864kao: Abstract Return Union Army of the Potomac and The Department of Virginia and North Carolina November 1864

   

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                         Abstract Return
                    Union Army of the Potomac
                               and
          The Department of Virginia and North Carolina
                          November 18641 

Union Army of the Potomac

Commanding General: Major General George C. Meade

General Headquarters                    (40/0)
Provost Guard (Patrick)                 (50/l,249)
Engineer Brigade (Benham)               (76/3,78l)
U.S. Engineer Battalion (Harwood)       (7/l82)
Artillery (Hunt)                        (36/l,4l4)
Guards & Orderies (Batchelder)          (l/32)
Signal Corps (Fisher)                   (l3/l26)
2nd Army Corps (Humphreys)              (826/l7,545)
5th Army Corps (Warren)                 (746/l6,l95)
9th Army Corps (Parke)                  (725/l5,3l6)
2nd Cavalry Division (Gregg)            (l95/5,994)

The Department of Virginia and North Carolina
Commanding General: Major General B.F.Butler

General Headquarters                    (23/0)
Signal Corps (Norton)                   (2l/l23)
Naval Brigade (Graham)                  (22/698)
lst New York Engineers (Serrell)        (8/l99)
l0th Army Corps (Terry)                 (497/l4,479)
l8th Army Corps (Weitzel)               (420/l3,304)
Cavalry Division (Kautz)                (94/2,7l6)
District of Eastern Virginia (Shepley)  (ll4/3,399)
District of North Carolina (Palmer)     (242/6,205)
Seperate Brigade (Carr)*                (43/l,066)
Defenses of Bermuda Hundred (Graham)    (l69/5,0ll)

*  Includes the forces at Harrison's Landing and Forts Pocahontas
and Powhatan.

(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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