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Abstract from return of the Department of Kentucky, Major General John M. Palmer, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of February, 1865.

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General headquarters 3 - 3 3 - -

First Division 167 3,629 4,829 6,633 - -

(Hobson)

Second Division 116 2,574 3,168 4,203 - -

(Ewing)

District of Western 95 2,224 3,071 3,562 - -

Kentucky (Meredith)

Post of Newport 10 250 328 343 - -

Barracks (Burbank)

Total 391 8,677 11,399 14,744 - -

Organization of troops in the Department of Kentucky, commanded by Major General John M. Palmer, U. S. Army, February 28, 1865.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General EDWARD H. HOBSON.

Bardstown.

23rd U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company B, Captain William H. Horton.

Campbellsville.

30th Kentucky,* Colonel Francis N. Alexander.

Camp Nelson.

Brigadier General SPEED S. FRY.

1st Kentucky Cavalry (three companies), Captain Philip Roberts.

5th U. S. Colored Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel L. Henry Carpenter.

Covington.

24th Kentucky (one company), Lieutenant James H. Wilson.

55th Kentucky,* Lieutenant Colonel Weden O'Neal.

1st Ohio Heavy Artillery (two companies), Captain William Carroll.

Frankfort.

30th Wisconsin (three companies), Major John Clowney.

Lexington.

46th Indiana, Colonel Thomas H. Bringhurst.

49th Indiana (six companies), Major James Leeper.

79th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (2nd Battalion), Lieutenant David G. Falconer.

1st Kentucky Light Artillery, Battery E, Captain Llewyllyn E. P. Bush.

1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery, Company B, Captain Charles W. Hyde.

Louisa.

Colonel DAVID A. MIMS.

14th Kentucky (four companies), Captain Henry G. Gardner.

39th Kentucky,* Lieutenant Colonel Stephen M. Ferguson.

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*Mounted infantry.

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