List of officers on duty in the subsistence department in the Ninth Army Corps.
Stationed in the field. Accountable for funds, stores, and property.
Names Rank Regiment Brigade Division
J. Justice First 100th - First
lieutenant Pennsylvania Division
John Captain and - - Second
N. King commissary Division
Samuel First 7th Rhode First Do.
Fessenden lieutenant Island Brigade
John do... 6th New Second Do.
H. Varney Hampshire Brigade
John Lieutenant- - - Third
H. Coale colonel and Division
R. D. Captain 2nd Michigan First Do.
A. Jones First 50th Second Do.
lieutenant Pennsylvania Brigade
D. S. do... 27th Michigan Headquarte Do.
Asa Captain and - - Fourth
Gregory commissary Division
E. F. Emory First 36th First Do.
lieutenant Massachusetts Brigade
B. H. Stiles do... 23rd Second Do.
U. S. Colored Brigade
Parker D. Captain and 23rd Second Do.
Boyd commissary U. S. Colored Brigade.
W. Harrison do... - - Headquar
E. R. GOODRICH,
Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Com.of Sub.,9th Army Corps.
HEADQUARTERS NINTH ARMY CORPS, May 25, 1864-10.15 a.m.
Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Army of the Potomac:
Lieutenant Justice, commissary of the First Division, has a train load of supplies of some 50,000 rations at a point some 9 miles from here, and this side of Milford. These supplies are very necessary to this command, and I understand Captain Peirce refuses to allow this train to pass over the road. Can such supplies, with cattle as we have at or near Milford, be allowed to come up? Colonel Goodrich, chief commissary of subsistence of this corps, is now at Port Royal and cannot report in person. An order has been sent to him to report at these headquarters.
Very respectfully, yours,
A. E. BURNSIDE,
HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION, NINTH ARMY CORPS, In Camp, May 25, 1864.
Major General A. E. BURNSIDE:
I learned just not that General Warren was very near me. I have just sent word by Colonel Bankhead, of his staff, that I was to