862ed: Union Forces Department of the South 31 July 1862

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                          Union Forces 
                     Department of the South
                          31 July 1862 

Commanding Officer: Major General David Hunter

Beaufort, South Carolina: Brigadier General J.M.Brannan 
               (134/2,996)
          6th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
          8th Maine Infantry Regiment
          4th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
          7th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
          47th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
          55th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
          1st Connecticut Battery
          1st U.S.Artillery, 3 Batteries
          1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment (3 cos)
          Det/1st New York Engineers

Hilton Head South Carolina: Colonel Robert Williams (188/4,919)
          7th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
          3rd New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
          47th New York Infantry Regiment
          76th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
          97th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
          1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment (9 cos)
          1st Rhode Island Artillery
          3rd U.S.Artillery, Battery E
          Det/1st New York Engineers

Pensacola Harbor, Florida: Brigadier General L.G.Arnold 
               (99/2,192)
          6th New York Infantry Regiment
          75th New York Infantry Regiment
          91st New York Infantry Regiment
          1st U.S. Artillery, Batteries A, F, & L.
          2nd U.S. Artillery, Batteries C & K

Fernandina, Florida: Colonel R. Rich (22/650)
          9th Maine Infantry Regiment

Fort Clinch, Florida: Cpt. J.E.Place (1/69)
          1st New York Engineers, Company C

Fort Jefferson, Florida: Colonel L.W.Tinelli (13/222)
          90th New York Infantry Regiment (4 cos)

Ford Old Town: Lt. H. Farrand (l/64)
          1st New York Engineers, Company E

Fort Pulaski, Georgia: Brigadier General A.H.Terry (30/78l)
          48th New York Infantry Regiment
          3rd Rhode Island Infantry Regiment
          Det/U.S. Engineers
Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida: Major C.G.Clark
         91st New York Infantry Regiment (4 cos)

Key West Barracks, Florida: Colonel J.S.Morgan 
         90th New York Infantry Regiment (4 cos)

Saint Augustine, Florida: Colonel L. Bell (17/465)
         4th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment (7 cos)



U.S.  War Department,  The War of the Rebellion, 
A Compilation of Official Records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies,  Government Printing Office; 
Washington, D.C., 1882

Source: George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection


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