War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0798 KY., S.W.VA., TENN., N. & C.GA., MISS., ALA., & W.FLA.

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RESERVE BRIGADE.

Colonel HEBER LE FAVOUR.

9th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel William Wilkinson.

22nd Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Henry S. Dean.

ARTILLERY RESERVE.

Major JOHN MENDENHALL.

1st Illinois Light, Battery A, Lieutenant Edward P. Wilcox.

1st Illinois Light, Battery E, Lieutenant Orrin W. Cram.

Indiana Light, 13th Battery, Captain Benjamin S. Nicklin.

Indiana Light, 20th Battery, Lieutenant William J. Allen.

Kansas Light, 1st Battery, Captain Marcus D. Tenney.

1st Michigan Light, Battery H, Lieutenant Benjamin Kinney.

1st Michigan Light, Battery I, Captain Luther R. Smith.

1st Ohio Light, Battery E, Lieutenant Frank B. Reckard.

Ohio Light, 12th Battery, Captain Frank Jackson.

Ohio Light, 18th Battery, Captain Charles C. Aleshire.

5th United States, Battery K, Lieutenant David H. Kinzie.

Wisconsin Light, 6th Battery, Captain Thomas R. Hood.

UNASSIGNED INFANTRY.

1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Gershom M. Barber.

1st U. S. Veteran Volunteer Engineers, Colonel William E. Merrill.

UNASSIGNED ARTILLERY.

Indiana Light, 10th Battery, Captain William A. Naylor.

Indiana Light, 25th Battery, Captain Frederick C. Sturm.

1st Michigan Light, Battery E, Captain Peter De Vries.

SIGNAL CORPS.

Lieutenant JEHU L. HOLLOPETER.

Abstract from return of the Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, Bvt. Major General James H. Wilson, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of February, 1865.*

Present for duty Pieces of artillery

Command Offi Men Aggrega Aggrega Hea Fie Headqua

cers te te vy ld rters

present present

and

absent

General 9 - 9 9 - - Grave-

head- lly

quarters Springs

Ala.

Escort 7 292 356 588 - - Do.

[McIntyre]

First 128 3,568 4,340 6,711 - 4 Water-

Division loo,

[Croxton] Ala.

Second 172 4,560 5,752 7,647 - 4 Grave-

Division lly

[Long] Springs

Ala.

Fourth 113 3,160 4.280 5,883 - 4 Do.

Division

[Upton]

Fifth 119 3,505 4,679 7,087 - 4 East-

Division port,

[Stewart] Miss.

Sixth 154 3,421 4,235 6,575 - 4 Pulaski

Division Tenn.

[Johnson]

Seventh 120 3,027 3,815 5,480 - 4

Division

[Knipe] a

Total 822 21,623 27,466 39,980 - 24

a From return for the month of January.

For abstract of the Third division [Kilpatrick's], see XLVII, Part I, p.43.