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the First Division, comprising three brigades, was commanded by Colonel Joseph Thoburn; the Second Division, containing two brigades, was commanded by Colonel Isaac H. Duval.
There were 22 regiments of infantry in the two divisions.
Colonel Thoburn was killed at Cedar Creek, the last battle in which the corps participated.
Colonel Duval was wounded at Opequon, whereupon Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes succeeded to the command of Duval's (2d) Division.
The field return of troops, dated September 10, 1864, shows that the Army of West Virginia — Crook's two divisions — had only 7,507 effective men.
At the battle of Winchester, however, July 24, 1864, Crook's command contamed three divisions, Sullivan's, Duval's. and Mulligan's. Colonel Mulligan, the hero of Lexington, was killed in that battle, and his division was cut up so badly that it was consolidated into one brigade, which was transferred to the First Division, where it became tlhe Third Brigade (Campbell's) of that division.