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lonel Charles Kingsbury, Jr., Adjutant-General. Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Howard, Chief-Quartermaster. Lieutenant-Colonel George H. Woods, Chief-Commissary of Subsistence. Surgeon Roger W. Pease, Medical Director. Captain Michael V. Sheridan, Aide-de-camp. Captain Thomas W. C. Moore, Aide-de-camp. escort. Sixth United States Cavalry, Captain Ira W. Claflin. first division. Brigadier-General Alfred T. A. Torbert. first brigade. Brigadier-General George A. Custer. First Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Stagg. Fifth Michigan, Colonel Russell A. Alger. Sixth Michigan, Major James H. Kidd. Seventh Michigan, Major Henry W. Granger. Second brigade. Colonel Thomas C. Devin. Fourth New York, Lieutenant-Colonel William R. Parnell. Sixth New York, Lieutenant-Colonel William H. Crocker. Ninth New York, Colonel William Sackett. Seventeenth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel James Q. Anderson. reserve brigade. Brigadier-General Wesley Merritt. Nineteenth New York (First Dragoons), Colonel Alfred G
e W. Taggart. artillery brigade: Captain Henry A. Du Pont. First Ohio Light Artillery, Battery L, Captain Frank C. Gibbs. First Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery D, Lieutenant William Munk. Fifth United States, Battery B, Captain Henry A. Du Pont. cavalry: Brigadier-General Alfred T. A. Torbert. escort: First Rhode Island, Major William H. Turner, Jr. first division: Brigadier-General Wesley Merritt. first brigade: Brigadier-General George A. Custer. First Michigan, Colonel Peter Stagg. Fifth Michigan, Major Smith H. Hastings. Sixth Michigan, Colonel James H. Kidd. Seventh Michigan, Major Melvin Brewer. Twenty-fifth New York, Major Charles J. Seymour. Second brigade: Colonel Thomas C. Devin. Fourth New York (1), Major August Hourand. Fourth New York (2), Major Edward Schwartz. Sixth New York, Major William E. Beardsley. Ninth New York, Lieutenant-Colonel George S. Nichols. Nineteenth New York (First Dragoons), Colonel Alfred Gibbs. Seventeenth Pennsylvania, Major
ut as not to require compliance with those portions relative to the railroads and to joining Sherman; so early on the 29th I moved my cavalry out toward Ream's Station on the Weldon road, Devin commanding the First Division, with Colonels Gibbs, Stagg, and Fitzhugh in charge of the brigades; the Third Division under Custer, Colonels Wells, Capehart, and Pennington being the brigade commanders. These two divisions united were commanded by Merritt, as they had been since leaving Winchester. Credical Director. Captain George L. Gillespie, Chief Engineer. Captain Ocran H. Howard, Chief Signal Officer. Army of the Shanandoah. Brigadier-General Wesley Merritt. first division. Brigadier-General Thomas C. Devin. first brigade: Colonel Peter Stagg. First Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel George R. Maxwell. Fifth Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel Smith H. Hastings. Sixth Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel Harvey H. Vinton. Seventh Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel George G. Briggs. Second brigade: Col
ose up. Before long the enemy's trains were discovered on this road, but Crook could make but little impression on them, they were so strongly guarded; so, leaving Stagg's brigade and Miller's battery about three miles southwest of Deatonsville — where the road forks, with a branch leading north toward the Appomattox — to harass tjoining Longstreet, waiting at Rice's Station, a corps of Confederate infantry under General Ewell, composed of Anderson's, Kershaw's, and Custis Lee's divisions. Stagg's brigade and Miller's battery, which, as I have said, had been left at the forks of the Deatonsville road, had meanwhile broken in between the rear of Ewell's coly might effect his escape toward Farmville — the general attack was begun. Seymour and Wheaton, moving forward together, assailed the enemy's front and left, and Stagg's brigade, too, which in the mean time had been placed between Wheaton's left and Devin's right, went at him along with them, Merritt and Crook resuming the fight <