862gl: Union Forces Department of the South 31 October 1862

by Brett Schulte on May 31, 2010 · 0 comments

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                          Union Forces
                     Department of the South
                         31 October 1862 



Commanding Officer: Brigadier General J.M.Branna
HQ: Hilton Head, South Carolina

Hilton Head and Fort Seward, S.C.: 
          Brigadier General A.H.Terry
               3rd New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
               47th New York Infantry Regiment
               76th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
               97th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
               Rhode Island Light Artillery, 3rd Battery
               3rd U.S. Artillery, Battery E
               1st New York Engineers
Graham's Plantation:
               Det/1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment
(Total - 134/3,508)
Beaufort, S.C.: Colonel T.H.Good
               6th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
               7th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
               8th Maine Infantry Regiment
               4th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
               47th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
               55th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
               1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment (1 bn)
               1st Connecticut Light Battery
               C/1st New York Engineer Regiment
(Total - 133/3,556)

Fort Pulaski, Georgia:
               48th New York Infantry Regiment
               3rd Rhode Island Artillery, Battery G
Fort Clinch, Florida:
               C/1st New York Engineers
Old Town, Florida:
               E/1st New York Engineers
Key West, Florida:
               90th New York Infantry Regiment
Fernandia, Florida:
               9th Maine Infantry Regiment
Saint Augustine,Florida:
               7th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
(Total - 110/2,682)               


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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