Abstract from return of the Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, Bvt. Brigadier General James H. Wilson, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of April, 1865.
Present for duty.
Command. Office Men Aggregat Aggregat
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General headquarters 4 --- 4 8
Escort (O'Connell) 7 289 356 562
First Division (McCook) 138 3,269 3,840 6,500
Second Division (Minty) 142 4,234 5,320 7,668
Fourth Division (Upton) 135 3,244 3,700 5,834
Fifth Division (Hatch) 173 5,117 6,383 8,859
Sixth Division 140 3,571 4,259 5,927
Total 749 19,724 28,862 35,358
Command. Heavy Field Headquarters
General headquarters --- --- Macon, Ga.
Escort (O'Connell) --- --- Do.
First Division (McCook) --- 4 Do.
Second Division (Minty) --- 4 Do.
Fourth Division (Upton) --- 4 Do.
Fifth Division (Hatch) --- 4 Eastport, Miss.
Sixth Division (Johnson) --- 4 Pulaski, Tenn.
Total --- 20
Organization of troops in the Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, commanded by Bvt. Brigadier General James H. Wilson, U. S. Army, April 30, 1865.
4th U. S. Cavalry, Lieutenant William O'Connell.
Brigadier General EDWARD M. McCOOK.
Brigadier General JOHN T. CROXTON.
8th Iowa, Colonel Joseph B. Dott.
4th Kentucky Infantry (mounted), Colonel Robert M. Kelly.
6th Kentucky, Captain Edmund Penn.
2nd Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Johnston.
Colonel OSCAR H. LA GRANGE.
2nd Indiana (battalion), Captain Roswell S. Hill.
4th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Horace P. Lamson.
4th Kentucky, Colonel Wickliffe Cooper.
7th Kentucky, Major Andrew S. Bloom.
1st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Harnden.
Indiana Light, 18th Battery, Captain Moses M. Beck.
Colonel ROBERT H. G. MINTY.
Lieutenant Colonel FRANK WHITE.
98th Illinois, Captain William E. Hofman.
123rd Illinois, Captain Owen Wiley.
17th Indiana, Major John J. Weiler.
72nd Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Chester G. Thomson.
Lieutenant Colonel HORACE N. HOWLAND.
4th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin D. Pritchard.
3rd Ohio, Major Darius E. Livermore.
4th Ohio, Captain William W. Shoemaker.
7th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel James F. Andress.