War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0701 Chapter XLIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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CAVALRY BRIGADE.

Colonel CHARLES R. LOWELL, Jr.

2nd Massachusetts, Colonel Charles R. Lowell, jr.

13th New York, Colonel Henry S. Gansevoort.

16th New York, Colonel Henry M. Lazelle.

Abstract from return of the Department of West Virginia, Major General David Hunter, U. S. Army, commanding, for month of June, 1864.

Present for duty

Command. Officers Men Aggregate

present

General headquarters 14 ..... 14

Signal Corps (Town) 13 96 112

First Infantry Division 200 5,623 6,363

(Sullivan)

Second Infantry Division 237 5,865 6,785

(Crook)

First Cavalry Division 120 2,820 4,329

(Duffie)

Second Cavalry Division* 112 3,188 3,715

(Averell)

Reserve Division (Sigel) 365 9,246 11,042

Artillery Brigade (Du Pont) 14 469 538

Frederick, Md. (Drysdale) 1 28 68

Wheeling, W. Va. (Over) 3 73 81

Total+ 1,079 27,408 33,047

Pieces of artillery

Command. Aggregate present Heavy Field

and absent

General headquarters 17 ... ...

Signal Corps (Town) 112 ... ...

First Infantry 8,208 ... ...

Division (Sullivan)

Second Infantry 9,607 ... ...

Division (Crook)

First Cavalry Division 7,792 ... ...

(Duffie)

Second Cavalry 6,301 ... ...

Division* (Averell)

Reserve Division 14,135 34 44

(Sigel)

Artillery Brigade (Du 644 ... ...

Pont)

Frederick, Md. 70 .. ...

(Drysdale)

Wheeling, W. Va. 82 ... ...

(Over)

Total+ 46,968 ... ...

Troops in the Department of West Virginia, Major General David Hunter, U. S. Army, commanding, June 30, 1864.

SIGNAL CORPS.

Captain FRANKLIN E. TOWN.

FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION.+

Brigadier General JEREMIAH C. SULLIVAN.

First Brigade.

Colonel AUGUSTUS MOOR.

18th Connecticut, Colonel William G. Ely.

2nd Maryland Eastern Shore, Colonel Robert S. Rodgers.

28th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Gottfried Becker.

116th Ohio, Colonel James Washburn.

123rd Ohio, Colonel William T. Wilson.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOSEPH THOBURN.

34th Massachusetts, Captain George W. Thompson.

5th New York Heavy Artillery (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Edward Murray.

1st West Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Weddle.

12th West Virginia, Colonel William B. Curtis.

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*Does not account for the 5th and 7th West Virginia Cavalry.

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+The only piece of artillery reported on original are those in the Reserve Division.

#According to department monthly return, but a return of the First Brigade shows it to have consisted at this date of the 34th Massachusetts, battalion 5th New York Heavy Artillery, and the 116th and 123rd Ohio, Colonel George D. Wells commanding.