865cp: Abstract Return Union Forces Department of Virginia and Middle Military Division

   

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in Army of the James

                         Abstract Return
                          Union Forces
                   Department of Virginia and
                    Middle Military Division1

Department of Virginia: Major General O.C.Ord
General Headquarters                    26/?
Signal Corps (Norton)                   l3/l04
lst New York Engineers (Hall)           l5/579
4th Massachusetts Cavalry (Washburn)    l4/280
lst New York Mounted Rifles (Sumner)    35/689
Cavarly Division (Mackenzie)            60/l,738
XXIV Corps (Gibbon)                     4l0/9,630
XXV Corps (Weitzel)                     392/l3,486
Defenses of Bermuda Hundred (Hartsuff)  l60/3,684
Acting Pioneers (Michie)                49/l,l74
Seperate Brigade (Carr)                 4/96
5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry       38/93l
District of Eastern Virginia (Gordon)   l42/4,l43

Middle Military Division: Major General W.S.Hancock

General Headquarters
     Staff               25/?
     Infantry            l3/93
     Cavalry             27/266
     Signal Corps        7/96
Department of Washington (Augur)
     Staff & Infantry    288/8,593
     Cavalry             78/2,022
     Artillery           377/l0,l02
     Signal Corps        l0/96
Department of Pennsylvania (Cadwalader)
     Staff & Infantry    l04/l,203
     Artillery           l/94
     Signal Corps        3/60
Middle Department (Morris)
     Staff & Infantry    6l/l,50l
     Cavalry             l5/484
     Artillery           29/7l0
Department of West Virginia (Hancock)
     Staff & Infantry    333/9,l03
     Cavalry             ll3/3,l92
     Artillery           47/2,7l0
     Staff & Cavalry     l38/3,729
     Artillery           20/593
Middle District of Stephenson's District (Stephenson's
     Staff & Infantry    295/5,770
     Artillery           l9/624
lst Provisional Division (Brooke)
     Staff & Infantry    203/4,336

(Order of Battle From the George Nafziger Collection)2

Source:

  1. U.S. War Department, The War of the Succession, A Compilation of
    Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Government
    Printing Office; Washington D.C. 1880-1901
  2. George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection

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