War of the Rebellion: Serial 102 Page 0262 LOUISIANA AND THE TRANS- MISSISSIPPI. Chapter LX.

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SIEGE TRAIN.

Brigadier General JAMES TOTTEN.

1st Indiana Heavy Artillery, Companies B, C, F, H, I, K, L, and M, Colonel Benjamin F. Hays.

Abstract from return of the Military Division of the Missouri, Major General John Pope, U. S . Army, commanding, for the month of April, 1865.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters 15 13 28

Department of the

Northwest (Curtis):

Staff 40 33 86

Infantry 28 939 1,422

Cavalry 73 2,339 3,223

Artillery 3 140 177

Orderly sergeants and . . . . . . 5

hospital stewards

Total 144 3,451 4,913

Department of Arkansas

(Reynolds):

Staff 40 . . . 41

Infantry 463 12,550 15,946

Cavalry 244 5,854 8,023

Artillery 39 1,350 1,519

Total 786 19,754 25,529

Department of the

Missouri (Dodge):

Staff 78 . . . 80

Infantry 191 6,509 7,968

Cavalry 349 10,190 13,183

Artillery 20 939 1,124

Signal Corps 2 33 36

Total 640 17,671 22,391

Grand total 1,585 40,889 52,861

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregge Heave Field. Headquarter

present y. s.

and

absent.

General headquarters 28 . . . . . . Saint

Louis, Mo.

Department of the Milwaukee,

Northwest (Curtis): Wis.

Staff 87 . . . . . .

Infantry 1,475 . . . 9

Cavalry 3,539 . . . 20

Artillery 177 . . . 8

Orderly sergeants and 5 . . . 14

hospital stewards

Total 5,283 . . . 51

Department of Little

Arkansas (Reynolds): Rock, Ark.

Staff 43 . . . . . .

Infantry 20,604 7 9

Cavalry 9,895 . . . 2

Artillery 1,811 11 64

Total 32,353 18 75

Department of the Saint

Missouri (Dodge): Louis, Mo.

Staff 86 . . . . . .

Infantry 9,629 . . . . . .

Cavalry 17,812 4 27

Artillery 1,299 4 55

Signal Corps 51 . . . . . .

Total 28,877 8 82

Grand total 66,541 26 208

Organization of troops in the Military Division of the Missouri, Major General John Pope, U. S. Army, commanding, April 30, 1865.

DEPARTMENT OF THE NORTHWEST.

Major General SAMUEL R. CURTIS.

DISTRICT OF IOWA.

Brigadier General ALFRED SULLY.

FORT BERTHOLD, DAK. TER.

6th Iowa Cavalry (one Company), Captain Scott Shattuck.