Item Description: Brigade report of the First Tennessee Calvary dated 10 January 1865.
Medical Headquarters, Tenn. Cav. Brigade
January 10, 1865
The Sanitary Condition of the Brigade is excellent, no disease prevailing
There are four Ambulances in the Brigades all of which are in good Condition.
The Brigade is Very imperfectly Supplied with “Medical Stores.
Names Rank Regiment Present Absent Remarks
David H. Dungan Surgeon 1st Tenn. Cav. ii Surgeon Dungan left the Command on the 6th Inst. for Augusta Ga. by Command of Col. Ashley. Approved at Corps HdQrts to procure Itch Medicines for the Brigade, as such articles Could Not be had from Purveyors
John Goodman Asst Surg. 1st Tenn. Cav. ii
William A. McCorkle Surgeon 2nd Tenn. Cav. ii Without leave Since August 24th 1864
Edward Chaffers Asst Surg 2nd Tenn. Cav. ii
Samuel H. Day Surgeon 5th Tenn. Cav. ii
James Wallace Asst Surg. 5th Tenn. Cav. ii
Joseph E. Dixon Surgeon 9th Tenn. Batt. ii
Five of the Medical Officers of the Brigade are present- two absent, whose absence is explained under head of “Remarks”
Jo. E. Dixon
Brigade Surg Tenn. Cav. Brigade