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Abstract from the return of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of April, 1865.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men Aggregate

present

General headquarters 23 --- 23

Headquarters troops 58 1,614 2,050

Fourth Army Corps 973 16,946 20,578

(Stanley)

District of Middle 1,068 26,248 31,807

Tennessee (Rousseau)

District of East 475 14,150 16,756

Tennessee (Stoneman)

District of West 389 10,910 13,252

Tennessee (Washburn)

District of the Etowah 623 16,637 20,261

(Steedman)

Artillery Reserve 48 1,441 1,581

(Mendenhall)

Unassigned infantry 30 1,067 1,397

Unassigned artillery 1 81 83

Signal Corps 4 32 36

(Hollopeter)

Total 3,692 89,126 107,824

Pieces of

artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy Field

present and

absent

General headquarters 23 --- ---

Headquarters troops 2,441 --- ---

Fourth Army Corps (Stanley) 31,442 --- 16

District of Middle 39,200 48 146

Tennessee (Rousseau)

District of East Tennessee 21,266 --- 52

(Stoneman)

District of West Tennessee 15,609 45 48

(Washburn)

District of the Etowah 25,461 17 119

(Steedman)

Artillery Reserve 1,829 --- 52

(Mendenhall)

Unassigned infantry 1,573 --- ---

Unassigned artillery 97 4 1

Signal Corps (Hollopeter) 126 --- ---

Total 139,067 114 434

Organization of troops in the Department of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, April 30, 1865.

HEADQUARTERS TROOPS.

9th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel William Wilkinson.

Merrill (Missouri) Horse, Colonel Lewis Merrill.

1st Ohio Cavalry, Company L,* Lieutenant Henry C. Reppert.

1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Charles A. Barton.

FOURTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General DAVIS S. STANLEY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General NATHAN KIMBALL.

First Brigade.

Colonel ISAAC M. KIRBY.

21st Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel James E. Calloway.

38th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Colyer.

31st Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel James R. Hallowell.

81st Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver P. Anderson.

90th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel N. Yeoman.

101st Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Bedan B. McDanald.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JESSE H. MOORE.

96th Illinois, Captain John K. Pollock.

115th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Poteet.

35th Indiana, Colonel Augustus G. Tassin.

21st Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel William R. Milward.

23rd Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Northup.

45th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Humphrey.

51st Ohio, Colonel Charles H. Wood.

Third Brigade.

Colonel LOUIS H. WATERS.

75th Illinois, Colonel John E. Bennett.

80th Illinois, Captain James Cunningham.

84th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Charles H. Morton.

9th Indiana, Colonel Isaac C. B. Suman.

30th Indiana (seven companies), Lieutenant Colonel Henry W. Lawton.

36th Indiana (one company), Lieutenant Calvin C. McLain.

84th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Martin B. Miller.

77th Pennsylvania, Colonel Thomas E. Rose.

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*Escort.

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