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Abstract from returns of the District of Kentucky (or Fifth Division, Twenty-third Army Corps), Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding, for the mouth of April, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General 4 .. 4

headquarters

First Division

(Hobson):

Headquarters 4 .. 4

First Brigade 53 1,391 1,625

(Gallup)

Second 77 1,521 1,832

Brigade (True)

Third Brigade 48 1,084 1,291

(Hanson)

Fourth Brigade 87 1,711 2,107

(J. M. Brown)

Second

Division

(Ewing):

Headquarters 5 .. 5

First Brigade 93 1,652 2,798

(S. D. Bruce)

Second 74 1,695 2,062

Brigade (C.

Maxvell)

Total* 445 9,054 11,728

Pieces of

artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy Field Headquarters

present

and absent

General 4 .. .. Lexington,

headquarters Ky.

First Division Lexington,

(Hobson): Ky.

Headquarters 4 .. ..

First Brigade 1,929 .. 8 Do.

(Gallup)

Second Brigade 2,356 .. .. Louisa, Ky.

(True)

Third Brigade 1,563 .. .. Mount

(Hanson) Sterlling,

Ky.

Fourth Brigade 3,361 .. .. Irvine, Ky.

(J. M. Brown)

Second Division Lexington,

(Ewing): Ky.

Headquarters 5 .. ..

First Brigade 3,711 4 27 Munfordville,

(S. D. Bruce) Ky.

Second Brigade 2,215 30 .. Louisville,

(C. Maxvell) Ky.

Total* 15,121 34 35 Bowling

Green, Ky.

Troops in the Department of the Ohio, Major General John M. Chofield, U. S. Army, commanding, April 340, 1864.

TWENTY-THIRD ARMY CORPS.+

Major General JOHN M. SCHOFIELD.

HEADQUARTERS.

Engineer Battalion, Captain Charles E. McAlester.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General ALVIN P. HOVEY.

First Brigade.

Colonel RICHARD F. BARTER.

120th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Allen W. Prather.

124th Indiana, Colonel James Burgess.

128th Indiana, Colonel Richard P. De Hart.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOHN C. McQUISTON.

123rd Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel William A. Cullen.

129th Indiana, Colonel Charles Case.

130th Indiana, Colonel Charles S. Parrish.

Artillery.++

23rd Indiana Battery, Lieutenant Luther S. Houghton.

24th Indiana Battery, Lieutenant Henry W. Shafer.

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*Included in strength of the department, p. 569.

+Reorganized under Special Orders, Numbers 101, headquarters Department of the Ohio, April 11, 1864.

++Lieutenant Colonel George W. Schofield, chief of corps artillery.

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