This is from "The Semirechensk Front in 1918: White Formations" by D. G. Simonov, which discusses the growth of the White formations from the start to the end of 1918 in some detail. The original is here.
|At the front|
|17th Semipalatinsk Regiment||32||494||–||–||12||–||–|
|3rd Siberian Cossack Regiment|
|- in the Semirechensk detachment||9||–||231||–||–||–||–|
|- on the way to Sergiopol||2||–||375||–||2||–||–|
|1st Semirechensk Cossack Regiment||29||–||910||–||4||–||–|
|Partisan Cossack Squadrons||11||35||286||–||–||–||–|
|2nd Separate Light Battery||–||–||–||–||–||2||–|
|Field telegraph office||1||–||–||10||–||–||–|
|1st Siberian Squadron||–||–||–||–||–||–||2|
|Total at the Front||108||529||2183||10||18||2||2|
|In the rear|
|19th Petropavlovsk Regiment||34||357||–||–||4||–||–|
|HQ Cable Section||2||–||–||52||–||–||–|
The Alash-Orda squadrons were those of: Urdzhar, Makanchi, Bakhty and Sergiopol.
The Partisan squadrons were those of: Sergiopol and Urdzhar.
The Annenkov Partisan Division was on its way to the Semirechensk front, but did not participate in combat operations until the end of December 1918, being in the rear reorganising. It consisted of an infantry brigade (two three-battalion regiments), a horse brigade (two four-squadron regiments), an artillery divizion (three batteries) and an engineering company, for a total at this time of 780 bayonets, 1,225 sabres, 8 guns, 25 machine guns.