Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Department of Richmond, Lieutenant General R. S. Ewell commanding, for July 31, 1864; headquarters Richmond, Va.
Present for duty
Command Officers Men Effective Aggregate
General staff 12 - - 12
25th Virginia 25 447 447 587
1st Virginia 20 265 306 366
Total 45 712 753 953
Cavalry Brigade 54 985 981 1,500
Artillery 121 2,231 2,661 3.058
Grand total 2232 3,928 4,395 5,523
Command Aggregate Pieces of Aggregate Offi Men
present field present cers
and artillery and absent
General staff 12 - 10 - -
25th Virginia 861 - 868 1 13
1st Virginia 743 - - - -
Total 1,604 - 868 1 13
Cavalry 2,659 - 2,518 7 155
Artillery 3,393 50 3,304 3 4
Grand total 7,668 50 6,700 11 172
Organization of troops in the Department of Richmond, commanded by Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewell, C. S. Army, July 31, 1864.
1st Regiment Virginia Reserves, Lieutenant Colonel Richard T. W. Duke.
Brigadier General MARTIN W. GARY.
Hampton Legion, - -.
7th South Carolina, - -.
24th Virginia, - -.
25th Virginia Battalion Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel Wyatt M. Elliott.
Lieutenant Colonel JOHN C. PEMBERTON.
First Division [Inner Line].
Lieutenant Colonel JOHN W. ATKINSON.
10th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery,
Major James O. Hensley.
19th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery,
Major N. R. Cary.
Second Division [Inner Line].
Lieutenant Colonel JAMES HOWARD.
18th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery,
Major Mark B. Hardin.
20th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery,
Major James E. Robertson.
Louisiana Guard Artillery, Captain Charles A. Green.
Lieutenant Colonel CHARLES E. LIGHTFOOT.
Caroline [Virginia] Artillery, Captain
Thomas R. Thornton.
2nd Nelson [Virginia] Artillery, Captain J.
Surry [Virginia] Artillery, Captain James
Lieutenant Colonel JOHN M. MAURY.
Stark's Battalion, Light Artillery.
Major ALEXANDER W. STARK.
Mathews [Virginia] Artillery, Captain Andrew
McComas [Virginia] Artillery, Captain
David A. French.