Abstract from returns of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, commanding for the month of June, 1864.
[Compiled mainly from subordinate reports.]
Present for duty Pieces of artil.
Command. Office Men. Aggre Aggreg Heavy Fiel
rs. gate ate d.
nt. t and
headquarters 26 - 26 27 - -
(Norton) 26 163 189 222 - -
(Graham) 23 624 701 845 - -
First New York
Engineers 8 136 313 782 - -
(Abbot) 62 1,452 1,613 1,926 33 31
Unattached troops 110 2,638 3,208 3,630 - 14
Tenth Army Corps
(Brooks) 556 11,719 15,38 28,592 - 52
Corps (Smith) 526 13,516 16,57 30,981 - -
(Kautz) 82 1,820 2,557 3,477 - 2
Eastern Virginia 179 5,492 6,699 10,747 - -
District of North
Carolina (Palmer) 311 6,039 7,846 9,328 85 50
Total 1,909 43,599 55,09 90,557 118 149
to department 1,889 42,842 54,21 80,431 116 181
Organization of troops in the Department of Virginia and North Carolina, commanded by Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, June 30, 1864.
Captain LEMUEL B. NORTON.
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.
13th New York Heavy Artillery, Company L, Captain Amaya L. Fitch.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company A, Lieutenant William G. Rohrman.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company B, Lieutenant Louis A. Grill.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company G, Captain Joseph W. Sanderson.
1st New York Major Joseph Walker.
Colonel HENRY L. ABBOT.
1st Connecticut Heavy, Colonel Henry L. Abbot.
13th New York Heavy, Companies A and H, Captain William Pendrell.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy, Company M, Captain Frederick Korte.
36th U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel Alonzo G. Draper.
38th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel Dexter E. Clapp.
1st New York Mounted Rifles, Colonel Benjamin F. Onderdonk.
13th Company Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Captain John Pickering, jr.
1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery E, Captain Thomas G. Orwig.
2nd U. S. Colored Light Artillery, Battery B, Captain Francis C. Choate.