From the Richmond Enquirer, 1/4/1864, p. 1, c. 1
Apportionment of General Hospitals in Department of Henrico, showing to which Hospital the sick and wounded of each State are sent:
For the information of the friends of the sick and wounded soldiers, we give below the different hospitals in which the soldiers from each State are placed, and their locations. It will be found accurate, as it has been kindly furnished by a distinguished surgeon in authority:
The soldiers from the States of Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri, are placed in Chimborazo Hospital, situated at the East terminus of Broad street.
Those from North Carolina, in General Hospital No. 24, corner of Main and 26th streets; and in 3d, 4th and 5th divisions, Winder Hospital, West terminus of Cary street.
Those from Georgia will be found in 1st and 2d divisions, Winder Hospital, West terminus of Cary street; and in 1st and 2d divisions, Jackson Hospital, near Hollywood Cemetery.
Those from Alabama, at the Alabama Hospital, Church Hill, Franklin street; and in 1st division, Howard’s Grove Hospital, Mechanicsville turnpike.
Those from Mississippi, in 2d division, Howard’s Grove Hospital, Mechanicsville turnpike.
Those from South Carolina, in 3d and 4th divisions, Jackson Hospital, near Hollywood Cemetery.
Those from Louisiana in 3d division, Jackson Hospital, near Hollywood Cemetery.
Those from Florida in General Hospital, No. 11, 19th street, between Main and Franklin.
Those from Texas at Howard’s Grove Hospital, Mechanicsville turnpike.
The following are Confederate Hospitals, with their locations: General Hospital No. 1, North terminus of 2d street; Henningsen Hospital, Wall street; Samaritan Hospital, Clay street, between 5th and 6th; Robertson Hospital, corner Main and 3d streets.
The commissioned officers are to be found in Confederate Hospital No. 10, corner of Main and 19th streets; and General Hospital No. 4, corner of 10th and Marshall streets.
The Small Pox Hospital – On the Mechanicsville turnpike, one mile from the city.
Officers in private Quarters; (Surgeon A. Y. P. Garnett,) Broad street, between 9th and 10th.
Receiving and Wayside Hospital – General Hospital No. 9, corner of 17th and Grace streets.
Prison Hospital, General Hospital No. 13, 20th street between Main and Franklin.
Hospitals for Federal Prisoners – General Hospital No. 21, corner of 25th and Cary streets, and three other buildings.
In addition to the above, Wayside Hospitals are established at Petersburg, Danville, Farmville, Lynchburg, Charlottesville, Liberty and Staunton, near the railroad depots, at which sick and disabled soldiers may have their wants supplied without expense.