War of the Rebellion: Serial 076 Page 0319 Chapter L. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Ohio, Major General John M. Schofield, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of July, 1864.

[Compiled mainly from subordinate returns.]

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General 46 ....... 46

headquarters......

twenty-third Army

Corps (Schofield):

Headquarters..... 14 62 76

First Division*.... ....... ....... .......

Second Division 291 5,141 6,523

(Hascall)......

Third Division (Cox) 314 6,943 8,193

Fourth Division 161 3,689 5,071

(Ammen)........

Fifth Division# 428 8,414 10,512

(Burbridge).......

Cavalry Corps## 214 4,490 5,425

(Stoneman)......

Heavy artillery 44 1,314 1,587

(Gibson).....

Engineer troops@ ........ ........ ......

(McClure).....

Total Twenty-thirds 1,466 30,053 37,387

Army Corps.

Grand total 1,512 30,053 37,433

Department of the

Ohio.

Grand total 1,430 29,755 36,969

according to monthly

return of the

department.

Pieces of

artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Headquarters

present .

and

absent.

General 46 ..... ..... In the

headquarters...... Field, Ga.

Twenty-third Army

Corps (Schofield):

Headquarters..... 77 ..... ..... In the

Field, Ga.

First Division*.... ....... ..... ....

Second Division 11,902 ..... .... Near

(Hascall)...... Atlanta, Ga.

Third Division (Cox) 13,688 ..... ..... In the

Field, Ga.

Fourth Division 7,331 ..... 89 Knoxville,

(Ammen)........ Tenn.

Fifth Division# 15,116 16 70 Lexington,

(Burbridge)....... Ky.

Cavalry Corps## 7,619 ..... ..... In the

(Stoneman)...... Field, Ga.

Heavy artillery 1,818 ..... ..... Cleveland,

(Gibson)..... Tenn.

Engineer troops@ ....... ..... .....

(McClure).....

Total Twenty-thirds 57,551 16 159

Army Corps.

Grand total 57,597 16 159

Department of the

Ohio.

Grand total 56,220 (//) (//)

according to monthly

return of the

department.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present .

General ....... ........ ........

headquarters.......

First Division

(McLean):

Headquarters..... 3 ........ 3

First Brigade 100 1,930 2,200

(Hobson).........

Second Brigade (J. 52 972 1,139

M. Brown)

Third Brigade 54 1,459 1,982

(Hanson)........

Fourth Brigade 60 1,236 1,600

(Ratiff).........

Camp Nelson, Ky. 76 1,035 1,316

(Fry).........

Pieced of artillery ........ ........ ........

^.......

Total First Division 345 6,632 8,240

Second Division

(Ewing):

Headquarters...... 2 ........ 2

First Brigade 52 1,199 1,475

(Faireigh)......

Second Brigade 29 583 795

(Grider)......

Total Second 83 1,782 2,272

Division........

Total District of 428 8,414 10,512

Kentucky.

Pieces of

artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field. Headquarters

present .

and

absent.

General ....... .... ..... Lexington,

headquarters....... Ky.

First Division

(McLean):

Headquarters..... 4 ..... ...... Lexington,

Ky.

First Brigade 2,727 ..... 2 Lebanon, Ky.

(Hobson).........

Second Brigade (J. 1,492 ..... ..... Lexington,

M. Brown) Ky.

Third Brigade 2,673 ..... 8 Mount

(Hanson)........ Sterling Ky.

Fourth Brigade 2,417 8 7 Lexington,

(Ratiff)......... Ky.

Camp Nelson, Ky. 1,501 ..... .....

(Fry).........

Pieced of artillery ...... 71 32

^.......

Total First Division 10,814 79 49

Second Division

(Ewing):

Headquarters...... 2 ..... ..... Louisville,

Ky.

First Brigade 2,761 4 27 Louisville,

(Faireigh)...... &c., Ky.

Second Brigade 1,539 4 26 Bowling

(Grider)...... Green, Ky.

Total Second 4,302 8 53

Division........

Total District of 15,116 87 102

Kentucky.

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* Troops temporarily assigned to Second and Third Division, Twenty-third Army Corps.

# District of Kentucky. No return of District found. Only returns of First and Second division.

##Complied from tri-monthly report of July 20.

@ Composed of infantry details, and accounted for with their regiments.

// Pieces of artillery not accounted for.

^ In fortifications at Covington, Camp Nelson, Frankfort, Paris, and Louis, Ky.

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