War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0325 EXPEDITION INTO WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA.

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complete. General Gillem, the immediate commander of the division, who is entitled to a full share of whatever is due, will make the detailed report of the expedition. The only casualty on my staff was Captain Robert Morrow, assistant adjutant-general, who, while gallantly assisting Major Keogh, my aide-de-camp, in leading the Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry into the fight at Salisbury, was, on his twentieth birthday, severely but not dangerously wounded in the left knee. These two young officers, as also Major Bascom, assistant adjutant-general, my chief of staff, Captain Chamberlain, my chief quartermaster, and Captain Ammen, assistant adjutant-general, I wish to bring to your especial attention, and through you to the attention of the General-in-Chief.

GEO. STONEMAN,

Major-General, Commanding.

Major General GEO. H. THOMAS,

Commanding Department of the Cumberland, Nashville, Tenn.

No. 2. Organization of Troops in the District of East Tennessee, commanded by Major General George Stoneman, U. S. Army, March 31, 1865.

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General ALVAN C. GILLEM.

First Brigade.

10th Michigan, Major John H. Standish.

12th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Bentley.

15th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. Betts.

Second Brigade.

11th Kentucky, Major Frederick Slater.

12th Kentucky, Major James B. Harrison.

11th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Charles E. Smith.

Third Brigade.

Colonel JOHN K. MILLER.

8th Tennessee, Colonel Samuel K. N. Patton.

9th Tennessee, Colonel Joseph H. Parsons.

13th Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel Brazilian P. Stacy.

Artillery.

1st Tennessee Light, Battery E, Lieutenant James M. Regan.

FOURTH DIVISION (DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND).

Brigadier General DAVIS TILLSON.

First Brigade.

Colonel CHAUNCEY G. HAWLEY.

2nd North Carolina Mounted Infantry (seven companies), Major Andrew J. Bahney.

3rd North Carolina Mounted Infantry, Colonel George W. Kirk.

4th Tennessee (eight companies), Major Thomas H. Reeves.

1st Ohio Heavy Artillery, Major Timothy S. Matthews.

1st U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Colonel John A. Shannon.

Indiana Light Artillery, Wilder Battery, Captain Hubbard T. Thomas.

Second Brigade.

Colonel HORATIO G. GIBSON.

34th Kentucky (nine companies), Colonel William Y. Dillard.

1st Tennessee (three companies), Lieutenant Wiley M. Christian.

2nd Tennessee Lieutenant Elisha Harbour.

7th Tennessee Mounted Infantry (eight companies), Lieutenant Colonel James J. Dail.

2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery, Major Daniel W. Hoffman.