War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0427 Chapter XLVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Abstract from returns of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of My, 1864.*

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General 24 .............. 24

headquarters.

Signal Corps 25 121 150

(Norton).

Naval Brigade 17 377 418

(Graham).

Siege 59 1,302 1,418

Artillery

(Abbot).

Cavalry 221 5,347 6,637

Division

(Kautz).

13th Company 5 116 123

Massachusetts

Heavy

Artillery

(Pickering).

District of 286 5,755 7,623

North Carolina

(Palmer).

District of 78 2,146 2,595

Saint Mary's,

Md. (Draper).

District of 174 5,728 6,840

Eastern

Virginia

(Shepley).

Hinks' 247 5,627 6,600

division

(Hinks).

Tenth Army 264 6,480 8,186

Corps

(Gillmore).

Eighteenth 367 8,170 9,615

Army Corps

(Smith).

Unassigned 61 1,191 1,408

cavalry.

Total. 1,828 42,360 49,637

Total 1,710 39,302 48,097

according to

department

monthly

return.

Total 1,719 38,677 47,703

according to

department

tri-monthly

return.

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present and

absent.

General 25 ............. ..............

headquarters.

Signal Corps 175 ............. ..............

(Norton).

Naval Brigade 633 (+) (+)

(Graham).

Siege 1,658 (+) (+)

Artillery

(Abbot).

Cavalry 8,282 8 6

Division

(Kautz).

13th Company 152 ............. ..............

Massachusetts

Heavy

Artillery

(Pickering).

District of 9,475 129 46

North Carolina

(Palmer).

District of 3,222 (+) (+)

Saint Mary's,

Md. (Draper).

District of 10,521 ............. 16

Eastern

Virginia

(Shepley).

Hinks' 7,510 ............. 18

division

(Hinks).

Tenth Army 25,074 ............. 50

Corps

(Gillmore).

Eighteenth 17,149 ............. 6

Army Corps

(Smith).

Unassigned 1,712 .............. 5

cavalry.

Total. 85,588 ............. ..............

Total 81,246 ............. ..............

according to

department

monthly

return.

Total 82,503 ............. ..............

according to

department

tri-monthly

return.

Organization of troops in the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, commanded by Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, May 31, 1864.++

NAVAL BRIGADE.

Brigadier General CHARLES K. GRAHAM.

13th New York Heavy Artillery, Company I, Captain Warren Hallett.

13th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K, Captain John S. Gordon.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company A, Lieutenant William G. Rohrman.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company G, Captain Joseph W. Sadnerson.

SIEGE ARTILLERY.

Colonel HENRY L. ABBOT.

1st Connecticut Heavy, Colonel Henry L. Abbot.

3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company M, Captain Fredericks Korte.

SIGNAL CORPS.

Captain LEMUEL B. NORTON.

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General AUGUST V. KAUTZ.

First Brigade.

Colonel SIMON H. MIX.

1st District of Columbia, Lieutenant Colonel Everton J. Conger.

3rd New York, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Lewis.

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR.

5th Pennsylvania, Colonel Robert M. West.

11th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel George Stetzel.

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*Compiled mainly from subordinate returns.

+Not reported on returns.

++For organization of the Army of the Potomac for May 31, 1864, see Part I, p. 198.

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