Organization of troops in the Department of the Ohio, Major General John G, Foster, U. S. Army, commanding, January 31, 1864.
NINTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General JOHN G. PARKE.
2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery E, Lieutenant William P. Graves.
6th Indiana Cavalry, Colonel James Biddle.
Signal Corps, Captain Nahum Daniels.
Brigadier General EDWARD FERRERO.
Colonel DAVID MORRISON.
36th Massachusetts, Major William F. Draper.
20th Michigan, Major Byron M. Cutcheon.
79th New York, Major William Simpson.
Colonel EBENEZER W. PEIRCE.
29th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H. Barnes.
2nd Michigan, Colonel William Humphrey.
17th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick W. Swith.
27th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Wright.
46th New York, Colonel George W. Travers.
50th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Overton, jr.
1st Rhode Island Light, Battery D, Captain William W. Buckley.
3rd United States, Batteries L and M, Lieutenant Erskine Gittings.
Brigadier General ORLANDO B. WILLCOX.
Colonel JOSEPH K. SIGFRIED.
21st Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel George P. Hawkes.
48th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Pleasants.
51st Pennsylvania, Major William J. Bolton.
Lieutenant Colonel MOSES N. COLLINS.
2nd Maryland, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Howard, jr.
35th Massachusetts, Captain George P. Lyon.
11th New Hampshire, Captain Sewall D. Tilton.
TWENTY-THIRD ARMY CORPS.
Brigadier General JACOB D. COX.
McLaughlin's Squadron Ohio Cavalry, Major Richard Rice.
Engineer Battalion, Captain Charles E. McAlister.
*Battery L, Second York Artillery, gone home for reorganization.
+The Fifteenth Indiana Battery relieved from duty with ninth Army Corps.
++On veteran furlough.