War of the Rebellion: Serial 084 Page 0969 Chapter LIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Artillery.

Delaware Light, 1st Battery, Lieutenant Charles G. Rumford.

UNATTACHED ARTILLERY.

Connecticut Light, 2nd Battery, Lieutenant Walter S. Hotchkiss.

Massachusetts Light, 2nd Battery (B), Lieutenant William Marland.

Ohio Light, 17th Battery,* Captain Charles S. Rice.

CAVALRY BRIGADE.

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN M. CREBS.

87th Illinois Infantry (mounted), Major George W. Land.

1st Louisiana, Major Algernon S. Badger.

2nd New York Veteran, Lieutenant Colonel Asa L. Gurney.

1st Texas, Lieutenant Colonel Jesse Stancel.

2nd Texas (five companies), Lieutenant Colonel George W. Paschal.

RESERVE ARTILLERY.

Captain BENJAMIN NIELDS.

Indiana Light, 1st Battery, Lieutenant John W. Gerhardt.

New York Light, 21st Battery, Captain James Barnes.

1st Indiana Heavy, Company A, Captain Abram W. Simmons.

1st Indiana Heavy, Company G, Captain Benjamin S. Harrower.

Massachusetts Light, 15th Battery, Captain Timothy Pearson.

ENGINEER BRIGADE.

Captain PETER C. HAINS.

81st U. S. Colored Troops (new),+ Lieutenant Colonel Arthur F. Wrotnouski.

96th U. S. Colored Troops,* Colonel John C. Cobb.

97th U. S. Colored Troops,* Captain James G. Hill.

99th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel Uri B. Pearsall.

Kentucky Engineers and Mechanics (one company), Captain William F. Patterson.

1st Company Pontoniers, Lieutenant Archelus M. Conrad.

U. S. FORCES, MOBILE BAY, ALA.

Brigadier General GEORGE H. GORDON.

Troops at Mobile Point.

Bvt. Brigadier General JOSEPH BAILEY.

Second Brigade.

Colonel HENRY BERTRAM.

94th Illinois, Colonel John McNulta.

20th Iowa, Captain Edward Coulter.

38th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph O. Hundnutt.

20th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Henry A. Starr.

Third Brigade, Second Division, Nineteenth Army Corps.

Colonel JOSHUA J. GUPPEY.

161st New York, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Kinsey.

23rd Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Edgar P. Hill.

Connecticut Light, 2nd Battery (detachment), Lieutenant Saul R. Strayer.

Ohio Light, 17th Battery (detachment), Lieutenant Frank H. Whiting.

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*At Mobile Bay, Ala.

+Formed by the consolidation of the Eighty-seventh and Ninety-fifth U. S. Colored Troops; forward charged to Eighty-seventh U. S. Colored Troops (new).

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