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neteenth Corps, and two divisions from West Virginia. The Sixth Corps was commanded by Major-General Horatio G. Wright; its three divisions by BrigadierGenerals David A. Russell, Geo. W. Getty, and James B. Ricketts. The single division of the Nineteenth Corps had for its immediate chief Brigadier-General William Dwight, the corps being commanded by Brigadier-General Wm. H. Emory. The troops from West Virginia were under Brigadier-General George Crook, with Colonels Joseph Thoburn and Isaac H. Duval as division commanders, and though in all not more than one fair-sized division, they had been designated, on account of the department they belonged to, the Army of West Virginia. General Torbert's division, then arriving from the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac, represented the mounted arm of the service, and in the expectation that Averell would soon join me with his troopers, I assigned General Torbert as chief of cavalry, and General Wesley Merritt succeeded to the comman
Virginia, Captain Benjamin D. Boswell. Twelfth West Virginia, Captain Erastus G. Bartlett. Third brigade: Colonel Thomas M. Harris. Twenty-third Illinois (battalion), Captain Samuel A. Simison. Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania (1), Lieutenant-Colonel John P. Linton Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania (2), Major Enoch D. Yutzy. Tenth West Virginia, Major Henry H. Withers. Eleventh West Virginia, Lieutenant-Colonel Van H. Bukey. Fifteenth West Virginia, Major John W. Holliday. Second division: (1) Colonel Isaac H. Duval. (2) Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes. first brigade: (1) Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes. (2) Colonel Hiram F. Duval. Twenty-third Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel James M. Comly. Thirty-sixth Ohio (1), Colonel Hiram F. Duval. Thirty-sixth Ohio (2), Lieutenant-Colonel William H. G. Adney. Fifth West Virginia (battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel William H. Enochs. Thirteenth West Virginia, Colonel William R. Brown. Second brigade: (1) Colonel Daniel D. Johnson. (2) Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin