[APRIL 30, 1865- For organization of troops in the Department of North Carolina covering this date, see Part I, p. 56.]
Abstract from returns of the Department of the South, Major General A. Gillmore, U. S. Army, commanding, for April 30, 1865.
[Compiled mainly from subordinate returns.]
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate
General headquarters 62 91 153
First New York Engineers 7 528 572
First Separate Brigade 181 5,560 6,645
Second Separate Brigade 330 1,131 1,378
Third Separate Brigade 20 598 765
Fourth Separate Brigade 50 1,964 2,303
District of Savannah 162 4,176 5,269
Total 515 14,048 17,085
Command. Aggregate Pieces of
present and field
General headquarters 158 ---
First New York Engineers 584 ---
First Separate Brigade (Hatch) 9,427 10
Second Separate Brigade 2,232 7
Third Separate Brigade 999 ---
Fourth Separate Brigade 2,882 ---
District of Savannah (Grover) 6,625 ---
Total 22,907 17
Organization of troops in the Department of the South, commanded by Major General Quincy A. Gillmore, U. S. Army, April 30, 1865.
FIRST SEPARATE BRIGADE. *
Brigadier General JOHN P. HATCH.
4th Massachusetts Cavalry, Major Moses F. Webster.
54th Massachusetts, Colonel Edward N. Hallowell.
55th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Fox.
54th New York, Colonel Eugene A. Kozlay.
56th New York, Captain Francis Hines.
127th New York, Major Edward H. Little.
157th New York, Lieutenant Colonel James C. Carmichael.
25th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Nathaniel Haughton.
107th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John S. Cooper.
21st U. S. Colored Troops, Major Richard H. Willoughby.
35th U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel James C. Beecher.
102nd U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel Henry L. Chipman.
3rd New York Light Artillery, Battery B, Captain Thomas J. Mesereau.
3rd New York Light Artillery, Battery F, Captain Samuel C. Day.
3rd Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, First Battalion, Captain Augustus W. Colwell.
1st New York Engineers, Company G, Lieutenant Nahtaniel M. Edwards.
SECOND SEPARATE BRIGADE. +
Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM B. GUERNSEY. ++
26th U. S. Colored Troops, Major Ira Winans.
32nd U. S. Colored Troops (two companies), Colonel George W. Baird.
3rd Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Company A, Captain William H. Hammer.
2nd U. S. Colored Light Artillery, Battery G, Captain Jermiah S. Clark.
*Or Northern District.
+Or District of Beaufort.
++Temporarily commanding in absence of Brigadier General Edward E. Potter, commanding Provisional Division in the field.