Abstract from return of the Department of the South, Major General John G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding, for month of June, 1864.
Command Present Present Aggrega Aggrega Pieces Pieces
. for for te te of of
duty. duty. present present artille artille
. and ry. ry.
Officer Men. Heavy. Field.
General 59 108 167 167 .. ..
Hilton 129 2,984 4,002 4,968 .. 2
Norther 229 6,003 7,098 8,025 95 8
Port 165 3,808 4,977 5,403 25 4
Distric 100 2,553 3,366 4,274 (*) (*)
Total 682 15,456 19,610 22,837 .. ..
Abstract from returns of the troops belonging to Department of the Gulf and serving in Florida, for the month of June, 1864.
Comman Presen Presen Aggreg Aggreg Pieces Pieces Headq
d. t for t for ate ate of of uarte
duty. duty. presen presen artill artill rs.
t. t and ery. ery.
Office Men. Heavy. Field.
Distri 88 2,067 2,847 3,158 127 6 Barra
ct of ncas.
Distri 37 702 1,766 2,786 (*) (*) Key
ct of West.
Total. 125 2,769 4,613 5,944 127 6
Troops belonging to the Department of the Gulf and serving in Florida.
DISTRICT OF WEST FLORIDA.
Brigadier General ALEXANDER ASBOTH.
First Brigade (Barrancas.)
Colonel WILLIAM C. HOLBROOK.
25th U. S. Colored Infantry, Companies A, D, F, G, I, and K, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick L. Hitchcock.
82nd U. S. Colored Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel George Tucker.
86th U. S. Colored Infantry, Colonel M. Wilson Plumly.
th Vermont, Companies A, B, E, and H, Captain Mahlon M. Young.
Lieutenant Colonel DAVID B. PECK.
7th Vermont, Companies C, G, and I, Captain Salmon Dutton.
Major HARVEY A. ALLEN.
25th U. S. Colored Infantry, Companies B, C, E, and H, Major James W. H. Reisinger.
7th Vermont, Company D, Captain George E. Croff.
7th Vermont, Company D, Captain Edgar N. Bullard.
7th Vermont, Company K, Lieutenant Henry Stowell.
1st Florida (five companies), Colonel Eugene von Kielmansegge.
14th New York, Company M, Captain Adolph Schmidt.
*Not borne on return.