16, 1862, was transferred east at the close of that year at his request, and Surg. J. M. Haden held the position at Shreveport, La., until May 1, 1864, when he was styled Chief of Medical Bureau.
Year ending December 31, 1862: Charles M. Taylor,hington, Ark.: William W. Newton, Johnsville, Ark., assistant surgeon General Dockery's command.
Elijah A. Shippey, Shreveport, La., assistant surgeon camp of instruction, Shreveport. Rufus Linthicum, Roseville, Ark., assistant surgeon Hill's ArkanShreveport. Rufus Linthicum, Roseville, Ark., assistant surgeon Hill's Arkansas cavalry.
Alf. M. Davidson, Campti, La., assistant surgeon. William Thompson, Waverly, Ark., surgeon Crawford's Arkansas cavalry.
Elijah Thigpen, Mansfield, La., assistant surgeon, ordered to Missouri division, Trans-Mississippi department, Willattery.
David Custeberry, Harrisonburg, La., assistant surgeon Second battery heavy artillery.
Harfield McCormick, Shreveport, La., assistant surgeon Sixth Louisiana dismounted cavalry. James G. Wiley, Lake Providence, surgeon Harrison's Third Lou