The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 32, In Three Parts. Part 3, Correspondence, etc. Page: 238
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KY., SW. VA., TENN., MISS., ALA., AND N. GA. [CU. XLIV.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS, HDQRS. DEPT. OF THE CUMBERLAND,
No. 93. Chattanooga, April 2, 1864.
* * * * $ $
VIII. The following is announced as the organization of the cav-
alry of this department, to take effect April 1, 1864:
First Division, Col. Edward M. McCook, commanding:
First Brigade: Second Michigan Cavalry, First Tennessee Cavalry,
Eighth Iowa Cavalry.
Second Brigade: First Wisconsin Cavalry, Second Indiana Cav-
alry, Fourth Indiana Cavalry.
Third Brigade: Fourth. Kentucky Cavalry, Sixth Kentucky Cav-
alry, Seventh Kentucky Cavalry.
Lilly's Eighteenth Indiana Battery.
Second Division, Brig. Gen. K. Garrard, commanding:
First Brigade: Fourth U. S. Cavalry, Seventh Pennsylvania Cav-
alry, Fourth Michigan Cavalry.
Second Brigade: First Ohio Cavalry, Third Ohio Cavalry, Fourth
Third Brigade: Seventeenth Indiana Mounted Infantry, Seventy-
-second Indiana Mounted Infantry, Ninety-eighth Illinois Mounted
Infantry, One hundred and twenty-third Illinois Mounted Infantry.
Chicago Board of Trade Battery.
Third Division: Col. W. W. Lowe, Fifth Iowa Cavalry, command-
First Brigade: Fifth Iowa Cavalry, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry,
Third Indiana Cavalry (battalion).
Second Brigade: Eighth Indiana Cavalry, Second Kentucky Cav-
alry, Tenth Ohio Cavalry.
Third Brigade: Third Kentucky Cavalry, Fifth Kentucky Cav-
alry, Ninety-second Illinois Mounted Infantry.
The regiments of Tennessee cavalry, excepting the.First Tennessee,
will be organized in a division of two or more brigades under the
direction of Brig. Gen. A. C. Gillem, U. S. Volunteers.
Division and brigade commanders will organize their staff in ac-
cordance with department orders.
All companies and detachments, including clerks and orderlies, at
the headquarters of corps, division, brigade, and at depots will be
ordered, by the several officers under whose orders they are serving,
to join their respective regiments.
Details for escort and orderlies will be made from the troops of
the command of the general for whom they are required.
Horses and equipments will be provided by the quartermaster and
ordnance departments upon proper requisitions.
-The Fifteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry will be subject to the orders
of the major-general commanding the departnient.
The required reports and returns will be made to include March
31, 1864, in accordance with former organizations.
All reports and returns will be forwarded to the chief of cavalry.
By command of Major-General Thomas:
Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.
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