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                 Abstract Return of Union Forces
                   Operating Against Richmond
                      June 30, July 20 & 311 

Commanding General: Lieutenant General U.S.Grant

June 30

Army of the Potomac
                            Infantry    Cavalry   Artillery
Provost Guard                58/774     24/380
U.S.Engineer Bn               3/301
Artillery Park                2/108
II Army Corps               761/13,737    2/55     62/1,695
V Army Corps                819/15,187             32/1,171
VI Army Corps               682/14,194    2/47     36/1,391
IX Army Corps               621/13,575             33/1,061
Cavalry Corps                           594/11,344

Army of the James
X Army Corps                482/11,697    9/120    24/735
XVIII Army Corps            453/11,913             22/800
1st New York Engineers        6/136
Cavalry Division                         67/1,460   3/140
4th Massachusetts
               Cavalry                    8/65
1st Connecticut
       Heavy Artillery                             56/1,208
2nd U.S.Colored Art.,
             Battery B                              3/111
36th U.S.Colored Troops      15/646
37th U.S.Colored Troops      23/506

July  20

Army of the Potomac
                            Infantry    Cavalry   Artillery
Provost Guard                33/834     19/362
Guards & Orderlies                       3/74
Artillery Park                                     33/852
II Army Corps               683/10,641            142/2,854
V Army Corps                807/13,900             35/1,192
IX Army Corps               664/13,443   2/50      33/1,080
Cavalry Corps                          563/10,280  19/731 

Army of the James

X Army Corps                645/13,508   11/96     27/818
XVIII Army Corps            417/10,204             44/1,262
Cavalry Division                         78/1,880   3/133
1st Connecticut
       Heavy Artillery                             39/778
4th Massachusetts
       Cavalry                           9/157
1st New York Mounted
             Rifles                     16/381
1st New York Engineers        5/121
1st Pennsylvania Artillery
        Battery A                                   3/90
U.S.Colored Troops
   (at Point of Rocks)      72/2,258
37th New Jersey Infantry     33/573

July  31

Army of the Potomac
                            Infantry    Cavalry   Artillery
Provost Guard                52/733      8/156
Artillery Park                                     59/1,586
II Army Corps               767/10,941            125/2,779
V Army Corps                817/14,518             37/1,157
IX Army Corps               428/9,127    1/61      32/1,051
Cavalry Corps                          329/5,768

Army of the James

X Army Corps                587/11,741  17/261     26/730
XVIII Army Corps            411/9,688              40/1,194
Cavalry Division                        78/1,880
1st Connecticut
       Heavy Artillery                             43/762
1st New York Mounted Inf                16/361
1st Pennsylvania Artillery
             Battery  A                             3/111
U.S.Colored Troops
  (at Point of Rocks)        67/2,183
3rd New York Artillery,
             Battery E                              4/120

(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. 1882
  2. George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection

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