War of the Rebellion: Serial 077 Page 0371 Chapter LI. EXPEDITION TO OXFORD, Miss.

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Numbers 4. - Lieutenant Colonel Samuel R. Baker, Forty-seventh Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 5. - Colonel Joseph J. Woods, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, commanding THIRD Brigade.

Numbers 6. - Colonel Sylvester G. Hill, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry.

Numbers 7. - Colonel William T. Shaw, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry, commanding THIRD DIVISION.

Numbers 8. - Colonel Charles D. Murray, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 9. - Colonel Thomas J. Kinney, One hundred and nineteenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 10. - Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry.

Numbers 11. - Colonel James I. Gilbert, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 12. - Colonel Edward H. Wolfe, FIFTY-second Indiana Infantry, commanding THIRD Brigade.

Numbers 13. - Colonel Phineas Pease, Forty-ninth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 14. - Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Merriam, One hundred and seventeenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 15. - Major Robert McWilliams, One hundred and Seventeenth Illinois Infantry.

Numbers 16. - Captain Eli Mattocks, FIFTY-second Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 17. - Lieutenant John W. Lowell, Battery G, Second Illinois Light Artillery.

Numbers 18. - Brigadier General Benjamin H. Grierson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps.

Numbers 19. - Brigadier General Edward Hatch, U. S. Army, commanding First DIVISION.

Numbers 20. - Major Charles C. Horton, Second Iowa Cavalry, Second Brigade.

Numbers 21. - Colonel Joseph Karge, Second New Jersey Cavalry, commanding Second DIVISION.

Numbers 22. - Lieutenant Colonel Joseph C. Hess, Nineteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 23. - Colonel John W. Noble, THIRD Iowa Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 24. - Colonel William L. Duckworth, Seventh Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry.

Numbers 25. - Lieutenant Colonel David C. Kelley, Twenty-sixth Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry.

Numbers 26. - Captain Charles T. Biser, C. S. Army.

Numbers 1. Itinerary of the First DIVISION, SIXTEENTH Army Corps, commanded by Brigadier General Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army. *

August 1-3. - The DIVISION moved by railroad from Memphis to La Grange, Tenn.

August 9. - Marched to the Tallahatchie River; thence to Oxford, Miss. ; thence back to La Grange, Tenn., and moved to Memphis by railroad [, reaching there at end of month].

August 10. - Engaged in skirmish at the Tallahatchie.

August 14. - Skirmish at Hurricane Creek.

August 23. - Skirmish at Abbeville.

Distance marched, 106 miles.

Numbers 2. Report of Colonel De Witt C. Thomas, Ninety-THIRD Indiana Infantry, First Brigade.

[AUGUST, 1864.]

LIEUTENANT: I have the honor to report for the information of the colonel commanding brigade that on the morning of the 29th ultimo this regiment, together with the other regiments of the brigade, em-

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*From return for August, 1864.

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