War of the Rebellion: Serial 104 Page 0539 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - UNION.

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CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General ALVAN C. GILLEM.

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM J. PALMER.

10th Michigan, Major John H. Standish.

12th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Bentley.

15th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. Betts.

Second Brigade.

Bvt. Brigadier General SIMEON B. BROWN.

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 Brazilliah P. Stacy.

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

DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE.

Major General CADWALLADER C. WASHBURN.

POST AND DEFENSES, MEMPHIS, TENN.

Brigadier General AUGUSTUS L. CHETLAIN.

FORT PICKERING.

Colonel IGNATZ G. KAPPNER.

11th U. S. Colored Troops (new), Colonel William D. Turner.

59th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Cowden.

88th U. S. Colored Troops, Colonel Edmund R. Wiley.

3rd U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Major Emil Smith.

UNASSIGNED.

113th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel George R. Clarke.

120th Illinois, Captain Samuel G. Parks.

63rd U. S. Colored Troops (detachment),

Captain James F. Watson.

69th U. S. Colored Troops (detachment),

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Bvt. Brigadier General EMBURY D. OSBAND.

First Brigade.

Colonel JOHN E. PHELPS.

2nd Arkansas, Major Jeremiah Hackett.

5th Illinois, Captain Lyman Clark.

7th Indiana, Major Samuel E. W. Simonson.

1st Mississippi Mounted Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel O. Shorey.

Second Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM THOMPSON.

12th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Hamilton B. Dox.

1st Iowa, Major John McDermott.

11th New York, Captain Joseph C. Hyatt.

Third Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel OTTO FUNKE.

4th Illinois (five companies), Major Anthony T. Search.

11th Illinois, Major Dennis S. Sheppard.

3rd U. S. Colored, Lieutenant Colonel Jeremiah B. Cook.

2nd Wisconsin, Major Newton De Forest.