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Majob-Gekebal H. W. SLOCUM.

First Brigade. Second Brigade, Third Brigade.

Col. A. T. A. Torbeet. Col. J. J. Baetlett. Brig.-Gen. John Newtoh.

SECOND DIVISION.
Majoe-Gehebal wm. F. SMITH.
First Brigade. Second Brigade. Third Brigade.

Brig.-Gen. W. S. Ha»oook. Brig.-Gen. W.T. H. Bbooks. Col. W. H. Iewih.

COUCH'S DIVISION (Fourtll Corps).

Maooe-Geheeal D. N. couch.

First Brigade, Second Brigade. Third Brigade.

Brig.-Gen. Chas. Detehs. Brig.-Gen. A. P. HowB. Brig.-Gen. Johk Cooheank,



FIFTH ARMr CORPS.
Majoh-Genekal FITZ JOHN PORTER.

FIBST DIVISION.

Bbigacide-Genebai. GEOBGE MOBELL.

First Brigade. Second Brigade, Third Brigade.

Ool. James Baehes. Brig.-Gen. Cbaeles Geiffis. Col. T. B. W. Stooktoh.

SECOND DIVISION.
Beigadiee-Geneeai. GEOBGE SYKES.
First Brigade. Second Brigade. Third Brigade.

Lient-Col. B. C. Bdohahah. Lieat.-Col. Wa. Chapuan. Col. G. K. Waeben.

Ajjjutant-Genebal'b Oefioe, C. MoKBEVER,

Washington^ September 6, 1881. Assistant Adjutanx-Qeneral,



v.— 9



APPENDIX B.

OEGANIZATION' OF THE ABMT OF NOETHEBN
VIEGINIA, FEOM AUGUST 13 TO NOVEMBER
15, 1862, FEOM EEPOETS OF MILITARY OPER-
ATIONS DURING THE REBELLION, 1860-65,
WASHINGTON, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S PRINT-
ING OFFICE.

LONGSTEEBT'S (FIRST) CORPS, OR RIGHT WING,

MoLAWS'S DIVISION.!!

Barksdale^a Brigade, Kersftaw^s Briffode.

13th Mississippi, 3d South Carolina.

17th " Sd " "

18th " Tth " "

21st " 8th " "

Semmea''a Briffode. Cobble Brigade,

10th Georgia, Col. Sanders Com'd'g at Sharpsburg.

53d " Cobb'a Georgia Legion.

15th Virginio. 16th Georgia.

aM " 24th "

Maniy^s Battery. 15th North Carolina.
Bead^s Battery.

E. H. ANDERSON'S DIYISION."
Commanded by Gehehal WILLCOX.^
WiUc(Kc''3 Brigade. I'ryor^e Brigade, FeatheratorCe Brigade.

8th Alabama. 14th Alabama. Gen. Feathbrston and

9th " 3d Virginia. Col. Posbt Com'd'g.

10th " Bth Florida.4 2d Mississippi Battalion.

11th " 8th " 12th Mississippi.

16th "

19th

> Made up from reports, casualty sheets, organizrition table of July 23d, and
return of September 30th. The arrangement of divisions accords with the latter,
except in the case of D. H. Hill's division, which is there made to belong to Jack-
son's corps. Between these sources, and ownng to changes made during this cam-
paign, there are some discrepancies, and some organizations will be found to
appear twice, and an absolutely accurate table has been impossible.

^ These two divisions were under McLaws's command in Maryland campaign.

^ General Willcox, in his report, states that his division was composed of three
brigades (the first named), but the casualty sheet makes the division to consist of
six.

* I'ifth in report of Pryor, Second in Guild's report.



APPENDIX B.



195



WHghes Srigade.
Sd Georgia.
224 "
48th "
44th Alabama.
44th Georgia.



Armi>tea<Vs Brigade.
14th Virginia.
38th "
63d "

67th "
Dixie Battery (Chapman's).



MaTion^s Brigade.
Col. Parham command-
ing at Sharpsburg.
6th Virginia.
12th "
16th "
41st "



JONES'S (D. R.) DIVISION.
X«<terson"s ( S. r. ) Brigade. ' Toombs's Brigade. '



DraytorCs Brigade.^



Gen. Btans Com'd'g.
1st Georgia Begulars.
7th Georgia.
8th "
9tli "


Gen. Toombs, Com'd'g.

Col. Bekkihg Com'd'g

in Maryland.

2d Georgia.

15th "

17th "

20th "


15th South Carolina.
60th = "
61st a "


Kemper's Brigade.^
Col. C0B8£ Com'd'g at
battles of Groveton and
Manassas.

1st Virginia.
7th

11th "
17th "
24th "


IVcketfs (or Gametics)
Brigade.'
8th Virginia.
ISih "
19th "
28th "
B6th "

WAT,TrT!B'S DIVISION.


Jenkins's Brigade.*
Col. Walkeb Com'd'g.
1st South Carolina,
2d "
5th "

6th " "
Palmetto Sharpshooters.


Sansom's Brigade.


Walker's Brigade.


muing's Brigade.


24th North Carolina.

25th "

36th "

49th " , "

J. B. Branch's Batt«iy.


Col. Manning Com'd'g.
SOth Virginia.
46th North Carolina.
48th "
27th "
3d Arkansas.
French's Battery.


(See Hood's or Whiting's
Division.)



PICKETT'S DIVISION.'
Kemper's Brigade.' Pickett's (or Oametfa) Brigade.*



Ist Virginia.

7th

11th

17th

24th



8th Virginia.

18th

19th

28th

56th



' In Maryland campaign these three brigades formed a temporary diyision un-
der General Toombs.

^ Called Georgia in Guild's report.

3 Attached to this division in the Maryland campaign, previous to which it was
in Pickett's division.

* Attached to this division in the Maryland campaign ; belonged to Pickett's
division in Northeastern Virginia.

^ Jenkins's brigade was in this division in Northeastern Virginia.

• Belonged to D. E. Jones's division in Maryland campaign.



196



AKTIETAM AND PREDERICKSBURG.



HOOD'S (OR WHITING'S) DIVISION.



ffbod^a Brigade.
Col. WoFFOED Com'd'g.
18th Georgia.
1st Texas.
4th '^
Bth "
Hampton Le^on,



INFANTBT.

WhUing^s (LaWs) Brigade,
4th Alabama.
6th North Carolina.
3d Mississippi.
11th "



Eeilly's Battery.*
Garden's Battery.''
Bachman^B Battery.^



Evana^B Brigade. >
Gen. Etahs and Col. Ste-
vens Com'd'g.
ITth South Carolina.
18th "
22d " "

23d "

Holcombe Legion.
Boyce's Battery, Macbeth's
Artillery.



ABTUJiEBY.



Walton's Artillery Battalion, Washing-
ton Artillery, of Louisiana.
Lee^s Artillery Battalion.



JACKSON'S (SECOND) CORPS.

JACKSON'S DIVISION.
TALLAPBRRO, STARBJB, and J. R. JONES, Commanding.

INFAKTRT.

Winder''8 Brigade. J. R. Jone3''8 (or CampbelVa) Brigade.

OoIb. Batlos and Gbigsbt Oom^d'g. Jones, B. T. Johnson, and Sesdon,



2d Virginia.
4tli "
Bth

S7th "
38d "




Com'd'g.
ai6t Virginia.
42d
48th
let Virginia Battalion.


TaHaferro's Brigade.

CoIb.Taliapebbo and Waebbn Com'd'g.

23a Virginia.

47th Alabama.

48th

37th Virginia.
10th


Starkefs Brigade.
Starke, STAFroitD, and Pendleton,
Com'd'g.
1st Louisiana.
2d

9th 3 "
10th
15th
Coppen'B Louisiana Battalion.




Abtillebt.


, Major L. M.


SntrMAEEit Commanding.


Brockenbrougtfs Battery.

Wooding's Battery, Danville Artillery.

Poague'B Battery, Rockbridge Artillery.


Carpenter's Battery.
Caskie'e Battel?.
Eaine's Battery.



* Not attached to any division.

3 In battle of Sharpsburg.

' October 5th transferred to Hays's Brigade.



APPENDIX B.



197



EWBLL'S DIVISION.
EWBLL, LAWTON, and EAELT, Commanding.

iNFANTRr.

Lawton's SrtgaOe.^ Harlp's BrigaOe.

Lawtom and DonoLASs Oom'd'g.



lath Georgia.


xanu vixKiuia.

85th


31at


31st


60th "


44th "


61st


49th "




63d




58th » "


Sayfe BrigaOe.


TrirribUi's Brigade.


Gen. Hats and Cols. Fokno and


Tbimble, Walkee, and Beowk Oom'd'g;


Strong Com'd'g.


12th Georgia.


5th Louisiana.


Slst


6th


15th Alabama.


7th


20th North Carolina.'


8th


81st " "


Abtilleby.




Brown's Battery.


Latimer's Battery.


Dement's Battery.


Balthis' Battery (Lieut. Garber).


D'Aquln'i


! Battery.


A. P. HILL'S DIVISION.


INFAHTST.


BrancKs (or Lane's) Brigade.


Gregg's (or McGowan's) Brigade.


37th North Carolina.
7th " "


1st South Carolina Elfles (Orr's).
Ist South Carolina.


18th " "


12th "


S8th "


13th "


33d " "


14th " "


Field's Brigade.


Pender's Brigade.


Col. Bbockenbbottgh Com'd'g.


16th North Carolina.


65th Virginia.


22d " "


47th "


34th " "


ad " Battalion.


38th " "


40th




Archer's Brigade.


Thomas' Brigade.


1st Tennessee.


14th Georgia.


7th


19th ^ "


14th "


35th


19th Georgia.


45th


5th Alabama Battalion.


49th "



' On Guild's report, Twenty-sixth and Thirty-eighth. Georgia added.
" According to GuiWR report.

* See also Garland's Brigade, B. H. HilPs Division.

* See Guild's Beporfc.



198 ANTIETAM AND FREDERICKSBURG.

ASTILLEBT.

Major B. L. Waleeb CommandiDg.
Braxton's Batteiy. Mcintosh's Battery,

Latham's " Davidson's "

Crenshaw's ** Pegram'fl "

D. H. HILL'S DIVISION.'

IHFANTBT,

Garlaruef Brigade. Anderson's (Q. B.) Brigade,

GABtAND and MoBab Com'd'g. 2d North Carolina.

20th North Carolina.' 4th " "

3d a " " 13th " "

Ist' " " 14ih " "

5th " " sad " '"

SOth " "

Btplei/'s Brigade.* Colgultfs Brigade. Sodes's Brigade.

4th Georgia. 19th Georgia. 3d Alabama.

6th " 23d " 6th

21st " 27th " 6th "

44th " 28th " 12th "

13th Alabama. 26th "

ABTHiEBT.

Jones's Battery. Bondurant's Battery.

Lane's ** Hardaway's '*

King William Artillery. (Carter's) Cutts's Battalion.'

J. B. B. STUART'S CAVALRY DIVISION.
Soiertsoii's Brigade. Sampton's Brigade.

7th Virginia Cavaliy. Jeff. Davis Legion (10 companies).'

2d '* " Ist North Carolina Cavalry.

6th *' " Cavalry of Cobb's Legion (9 companies).'

12th " " 2d South Carolina Cavalry.

17th Virginia Cavalry Battalion.* Phillips's Legion (5 companies).'

Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade.
Ist Virginia Cavalry.
5th a " "

3d " "

4th " "

Stuart Horse Artillery.
White's Battalion Virginia Cavalry (independent). *

' Appears to have been independent of any corps, though in field rebuiii of Sep-
tember SOth it is included in Jackson's corps.

^ In Guild's report of Manassas the Twentieth North Carolina appears in Trim-
ble's brigade, Bwell's division, but in his Maryland campaign it appears here.

a From Ripley's report it would appear these were in his brigade.

* See Garland's Brigade.

* Not known whether Cntts's battalion embraced any of the above batteries, or
was separate and distinct from them.

' Called Eleventh Virginia on return of October 24, 1862, and attached to an-
other biigade with Fifth, Ninth, White's Cavalry, and Scott's Bangers.
' From return of OctoDer 24, 1862.

* Return of October 24, 1862, makes Tenth Virginia in place of this Fifth Regi-
ment, which is assigned to another brigade with Ninth, Eleventh, White's Bat-
talion, and Scott's Bangers.

" Assigned to a brigade oa return of October 24, 1862.



APPENDIX C.

ORGANIZATION OF THE ABMY OP THE POTOMAC,
DECEMBEB, 1862, MAJOR-GENEBAL A. E. BUKN-
SIDE, COMMANDING.'

LEFT GRAND DIVISION.

Majob-Genebaij W. B. FBANKLIN Commandzng.

SIXTH CORPS.

Majok-Gbnekal W. F. smith Commanding.

pibst division.

Bbigadies-Oenebai. "W. 1. H. BROOKS COMHANOIHa.

Infantry

Firat Brigade.

Oolonel A. T, A. Tobbebt, 1st New Jersey Volunteers, Commanding.

1st New Jersey Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel M. W. Collet,



3d
4tli
IBth
23d



Colonsl Samuel L. Buck.
Colonel Henry W. Brown,
Colonel William B. Hatch.
Lieut.-Colonel E. L. Campbell.
Ineut.-Colouel H. O. Byerson.



Second Brigade,
Brigadier-General J. J. Babtlett Commanding.
27th New York Volunteers, Colonel A. D. Adams,
lalat " " Colonel Emory Upton.

Bth Malnd Volunteers, Colonel E, A. Scammon.
16th New York Volunteei-s, Lieut.-Colonel J. J. Seaver.
flfith Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel H. L. Cake.

Third Brigade.
Colonel G. W. Town, 95th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Commanding.
18th New York Volunteers, Colonel George R. Myers.
31st " " Lieut.-Colonel L. C. Newmann.

32d " " Captain Charles Hubbs.

95th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel B. Hall.

' From Reports o£ Military Operations During the Bebelllon, 1860-65. Wash-
ington, War Department Printing Office, 1877.



200 ANTIETAM AND FREDERICKSBURG.



Abthxeby.
Battery D, 2d TJ. S. Artillery, First Lieutenant B. B. Williston.
** A, 1st New Jersey Artillery, Captain W. Hexamer.
" A, 1st Massachusetts Artillery, Captain W. H. McCartney.
" A, let Maryland Artillery, Captain J. W. Woloott.



SECOND DIVISION.
bbiaasieb-genebai. a. f. howe comuandzhq.
Infantry.
First Brigade.
' Brigadier-General Caltin B. Peatt Commanding.
Bth Wisconsin Volunteers, Colonel Amasa Cobb.
49tli Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel William H. Irwin.
6th Maine Volunteers, Colonel Hiram Bumham,
43a New York Volunteers, Colonel B. P. Baker.
119th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel P. C. Ellmaker.

Second Brigade.
Colonel Hkney Whitiho, Sd Vermont Volunteers, Commanding.

2d Vermont Volunteers, Colonel .

3d " " Colonel B. N. Hyde.

4th " " Colonel C. B. Stoughton.

5th " " Colonel Lewis A. Grant.

6th " " Colonel N. Lord, Jr.

26th New Jersey Volunteers, Colonel A. J. Morrison.

Third Brigade.
Brigadier-General Francis L. Vintoh Commanding.
77th New York Volunteers, Colonel James B. McKean.
49th '• '• Colonel D. D. Bidwell.

20th " " Colonel B. Von Vegesack.

aSd " " Colonel Robert F. Taylor.

31st New Jersey " Colonel Gilliam Van Houten.

AbTILIiEBY.

Battery P, Bth U. S. Artillery, Captain E. B. Ayrea.
Battery B, Ist Maryland Artillery, Captain Alonzo Snow.
1st Battery, New York Light Ar^lery, Captain Andrew Cowan.
3d " " " Captain William Stewart.



THIRD DIVISION.
Bbigadibb-Genebal JOHN NEWTON CouuANDiito.

IKFASTKY.

First Brigade.
Brigadier-General John Coohbahe Commanding.
S2d Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel D. H. Wilhams,
23a " " Colonel T. H. NeUl.

eiat " " Colonel G. C. Spear.

66th New York Volunteers (1st U. S. Chasseurs), Colonel Alexander Shaler,
122d " " Colonel Silas Titus.

67th " " (1st Long lElana),Lient.-Colonel Kelson Cross.



APPENDIX C. 201



Second Brigade.
Brigadier-General Charles Devens Commanding.
Sd Rhode Island Volunteers, Colonel Frank Wheaton.
7th Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel D. A. Kussell.
10th " " Colonel H. L. Knstis.

S6th New York Volunteeis, Colonel W. H. Browne.
S7th Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel Oliver Edwards.

Tliird Brigade.
Colonel Thomas A. Bowley Commanding.
62d New York Volunteers, Colonel David I. Nevin.
93d Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel J. M, McCarter,
98th " " Colonel J. F. Ballier.

102d " " Lieut. -Colonel J. M. Kinkead.

139th " " Colonel F. H. Collier.

Artillery.
Battery C, Ist Pennsylvania Artillery, Captain J. McCarthy,
" G, 2d V. S. Artillery, Lieutenant J. H. Butler.

FIRST CORPS.
Bkigadibk-Genbbal J. F. REYNOLDS Commanding.

FIEST DIVISION.
Bbioasieb-Gehebai. a. DOTTBLEDAY Comuahdiho,
Ihfahtbt.
First Brigade.
Colonel Walteb Phelps, Jb., Commanding.
2d C S. Sharpshooters, Major H. B. Stoughton.
14th New York State Militia, Lieut-Colonel W. H. De Bevoise.
23d New York Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel J. McKee, Jr.
24th " " Major B. Oliver, Jr.

30th " " Lieut.-ColonelM. H.Chrysler.

Second Brigade.
Colonel James Gavin Commanding.
B6th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel J. W. Hofmann.
95th New York Volunteers, Lieut-Colonel J. B. Post.
7Bth " " Colonel W. P. Walnwright.

7th Indiana Volunteers, Lient.-Oolonel J. F. Cheek.

Third Brigade.
Brigadier-General G. R. Padl Commanding.
20th New York State Militia. Lieut. -Colonel J. B. Hardenbergh.
81st " Volunteers, Captain G. N. Layton.

S3d " " Colonel H. C. EoSmann.

35th " " Colonel N. B, Lord,

Fourth Brigade.
Colonel L. Cutler Oommandtng.
6th Wisconsin Volunteers, Lieut.-Oolonel B. S. Bragg,
gd " " Colonel L. Fairchild.

7th " " Lieut. -Colonel C. A. Hamilton.

19th Indiana Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel S. J. Williams.
24th Michigan Volunteers, Colonel H. A, Morrow.

9*



202 ANTIETAM AND FREDERICKSBURG.



Abtilt.eby.
Captain Gr. A. Gebbish Commanding.
Battery B, 4th TJ. S, Artillery, Lieutenant James Stewart.

" ,D, Ist Rhode Island Artillery, Lieutenant G. C. Harkness.
" D, 1st New Hampshire Artillery, Lieutenant F. M. Edgell.
" L, Ist New York Artillery, Captain J. A. Eeynolds.



SECOND DIVISION.
BBxaAJ>iB&-C£HBBAi. JOHN GIBBON Command iNQ.

Infantbt.
Mrst Brigade.
Colonel Adrian B. Boot Commanding.
94th New York Volunteers, Major John A. Kress.
104th " '* Major G. G. Prey.

105th " " Major D. A. Sharp.

10?th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel T. P. McCoy.
16th Maine Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel C. W. Tilden.

Second Brigade.
Colonel P. Ltle, 90th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Commanding.
S6th New York Volunteers, Colonel B. H. Bichardson.
12th Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel J. L. Bates.
90th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Licnt.-Colonel W. A. Leech.
136th " " Colonel Thomas M. Bayne.

Third Brigade.
Brigadier-General Nelson Taylor Commanding.
83d New York Volimteers, Colonel John W. Stiles.
97th " " Colonel Charles Wheelock.

13th Hassachnsetts Volunteers, Colonel S. H. Leonard.
11th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel Richard Coulier.
88th " '* Colonel G. P. McLean,

Artillbrt.
Captain George P. Lepfien Commanding.
Battery P, 1st Pennsylvania. Lieutenant R. B. Ricketts.
Independent Battery, Pennsylvania, Captain J. Thompson.
Battery £, Maine, Captain G. P. Leppien.
" B, Maine, Captain J. A. Hall.



THIRD DIVISION.
Bbigadieb-Genebal GEORGE G. MEADE Comuanding.
Infantbt.
First Brigade.
Colonel William Sinclair, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves, Commanding.
1st Rifles, Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, Captain D. McGee.
iRt Infantry, " '* " Captain "W. C. Talley.

2d " " " " Colonel W. McOandleBB.

6th " " « « Major W. H. Ent.

ISlat Penniylvania Volunteers, Colonel C. Biddle.



APPENDIX C. 203

Second Brigade.
Colonel A, L. MAOiLTONf 4ch Pennsylvania Beserves, Commanding.
3d Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, Colonel H. G-. Sickle,
4th " " " Lieut.-ColonelE. H. Woolworth,

7tll " " " Colonel H. 0. Bolinger.

8th " " " Major S. M. Bailoy.

143d " Volunteers, Colonel B. P. Cununins.

Third Brigade.
Brigadier-General C. Feger Jaceson Commanding.
Bth Pennsylvania Beserve Corps, Colonel J. W. Fisher.
9th " " " Lieut.-Colonel B. Anderson.

10th " " " Lieat.-Colonel A. J. Warner.

11th " " " Colonel T. F. Gallagher.

18th " " " Colonel M. D. Hardin.

Abtillebt,
Battery A, 1st Pennsylvania, Lieutenant J. G. Simpson.
" B, " Captain J. H. Cooper.

•' G, " CaptamP. P.Amadon.

" C, Bth U. S. Artillery, Captain D. E. Bansom.

Line of JExtra Caiaaons.
Captain J. M. Clabk, Co. F, 2d Pennsylvania Eeserve Corps, Commanding.

CaYAIiBY Bbigade.
Brigadier-General Geohge D. Bayaed Commanding.
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Colonel Owen Jones.
10th New York Cavalry," Lieut. -Colonel William Irvine.
2d " " Major H. B. Davies.

Ist New Jersey " Lieiit.-Oolonel Joseph Earge.

Artillery.
Battery C, 3d IT. S. Artillery, Captain H, G. Gibson.



CENTEE GEAND DIVISION.

Majoe-Gbneeal JOSEPH HOOKEE Commandino.

THIRD CORPS.

BsiGADiBS-GENEEAii GEORGE STONEMAN Commahdino.

FIEST DIVISION.
Bbigasieb-Gehebai. D. B. BIBNEY Coumandinq.
Infantry.
IHrst Brigade.
Brigadier-General John C. Kobinsok Commanding.
20th Indiana Volunteers, Colonel John Van Valkenburg.
63a Pennsylvania Volunteers, Major J. A. Danks.
105th " " Colonel A. A. MoKnight

114th " " Colonel C. H. T. Collis.

14lBt " " Colonel H. J. Madill.

68th " " Colonel A. H. Tippin.



204 ANTIETAM AIJTD FREDERICKSBURG.



Second Brigade.
Brigadier- General J. H. Hobabt Ward Commanding.
57th Pennsj-lvania Volunteers, Colonel C. T. Campbell,
99tli " " Colonel A. S. Leidy.

Sd Maine Volunteers, Colonel M. B. Lakeman.
4th " " Colonel :E. Walker.

55th New York Volunteers, Colonel R. De Trobriand.
38th " " Lieut. -Colonel William Birney.

40th ** " Lieut.-Colonel N. A. Gesner.

Tlitrd Brigade.
Brigadier-General H. G. BERRr Commanding.
Eth Michigan Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel John Gilluly.
37th Uew York Volunteers, Colonel S. B. Hayman.
101st " " Colonel G. F. Chester.

17th Maine Volunteers, Colonel T. A. Roberts,
1st New York Volunteers, Colonel J. Frederick Pierson.
Sd Michigan Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel Byron R. Pierce.

Aetillery.

Captain G. E. Randolph Commanding.

Batteries "K. and F, 3d TT. S, Artillery, Captain L. L. Livingston.

Battery E, 1st Rhode Island Artillery, Lieutenant P. S. Jastram.



SECOND DIVISION.
bbifiasibb-gbneral daniel e. sickles cohuandino.
Infantry.
First Brigade.
Brigadier-General Joseph B. Carb Commanding.
11th Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel W. Elaisdell.
16th " " Colonel T. R. Tannatt.

1st " " Lieut.-Colonel C. B, Baldwin.

26th Pennsylvania '* Lieut. -Colonel B. C. Tilghman.

11th New Jersey " Colonel R. McAllister,

Sd New Hampshire *^ Colonel G. Mai-ston.

Second Brigade.
Colonel Geobgb B. ttat.t. Commanding.

70th (1st Excelsior) New York Volunteers, Colonel J. Egbert Famum.
71st (2d Excelsior) ** *" Major Thomas Rafferty.

73d (3d Excelsior) *' " Colonel William O. Stevens.

73d (4th Excelsior) " " Colonel William R. Brewster.

74th (Bth Excelsior) " *' Lieut.-Colonel W. H. Louusbuiy.

iSOth New York Volunteers, Colonel George H. Sharp.

Third Brigade.

BrigadiCT-General J. W. Beteee Commanding.

Bth New Jersey Volunteers, Colonel William J. Sewell.

7th " " Colonel Louis R. Frandne.

Aktilleby.
Battery K, 4th IT. S. Artillery, Lieutenant F. W. Seeley.
Battery H, Ist TJ. S. Artillery, Lieutenant J. E. Dimick.
Battery B, 1st New Jersey Artillery, Captain A, J. Clark.
4th Battery, New York AxtlUery, Captain James E. Smith.



APPENDIX C. 205

THIRD DIVISION.

Beigadieb-Genebal a. W. WHIPPLE Commakding.

Infantry.

First Brigade.

Brigadier-General A. Sandeks Piatt Commanding,

124th New York "Volunteers, Colonel A. V. Ellis.

86th " » Lieut. -Colonel B. I. Chapin.

122d Pennsylvania " Colonel Emlen Franklin.

Second Brigade.
Colonel 3. S. Cabboi.i. Commanding.
84th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel S. M. Bowman,
110th " " Lieut-Colonel J. Crowther.

163d New York Volunteers, Major J. J. Byrne,

Independent Command.
Colonel J. H. Potteb Commanding.
Twelfth New Hampshire Volunteers.

Abtillebt.
11th Battery, New York Artillery, Captain A. A. Von Pattkammer,
Sd Battery (Excelsior), New York Artillery, Captain J. T. Bruen.
Battery H, 1st Ohio Artillery, Lieutenant G. W. Norton.

FIFTH CORPS.
Bbigadier-Geneeal DANIEL BUTTERPIELD CoMMANDiNa

FIKST DIVISION.
Bbzgasieb-Genebal CHABLES GEIFFIN COMMANDIHra.
Infantby.
First Brigade.
Colonel Jaiies Babnes, l^th Massachusetts Volunteers, Commanding.
18th MasBachusetts Volunteers, Lieut.-Oolouel J. Hayes,
S5th New York Volunteers, Captain P. Connelly.
13th ** " Colonel E. G. Marshall.

118th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel J. Gwyn.
Ist Michigan Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel I. C. Abbott.
22d Massachusetts Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel W. S. Tiltou.
Sd Maine Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel G. Varney.

Second Brigade.
Colonel J. B. Sweitzee Commanding.
14th New York Volunteers, Lieut.-Colonel T. M. Davies.
4th Michigan Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel G. W. Lumbard.
9th Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel P. B. Guiney.
63d Pennsylvania *' Lieut.-Colonel J. C. Hull.

32d Massachusetts " Lieut.-Colonel G. L. Prescott.

Third Brigade.
Colonel T. B. W. Stockton Commanding.
12th New York Volunteers, Lieut. -Colonel R. M. Richardson,



17th

44th

16th Michigan

20th Maine

83d Pennsylvania



Captain John Vickers.
Lieut.-Colonel P. Conner-
Lieut. -Colonel N. B. Welch.
Colonel Adelbert Ames.
Colonel Strong Vincent.



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Abtilleet.
Captain A. P. MABTiy, Battery C, Massachusetts Artillery, Commanding.
Battery C (3d), Massachufletts Artillery, First Lieutenant V. M. Drum.
" E (5th), " " Captain C. A. Phillips.

SECOND DIVISION.
BEiOADrEB-GBirEBAi, GBOBGB SYKES Commandihg.

iMfAKTIlY.

Mrse Brigade.
Lieut.-Colonel B. C. Buohanan, 4th U. S. Infantry, Commanding,
3d v. S. Infantry, Captain John D. WllkinB.
4th " " Captain Hiram Dryer,

Ist Battalion, 12th U. S. Infantry, Captain M. M. Blunt.
Sd " 12th '• " Captain T. M. Anderson.

Ist " 14th " " Captain J. D. O'ConnelL

2d " 14th " " Captain G. B. Overton.

Second Brigade.
Major Geobge L. Audbews, 17th TJ. S. Infantry, Commanding.
11th TJ. S. Infantry, Captain C. S. Russell.
Sattalion of 1st and Sd IT. S. Infantry, Captain Salem S. Marsh.
" of 6th U. S. Infantry, Captain Levi C. Bootes.
" of 7th " " Captain D. P. Hancock.

" of lOth " " Captain H. B. Maynadier.

" of 17th and 19th V. S. Infantry, Captain J. P. Wales.

Third Hrlgade.
Brigadier-General G. K. Wakeen Commanding.
6th New York "Volunteers, Colonel 0. Winslow.
140th " " Colonel P. H. O'Eorke.

146th " " Colonel K. Garrard.

AxtTILLEnY.

Pirst Lieutenant M. F. Watson, 5th U. S. Artillery, Commanding.
Battery I, 5th IT. S. Artillery, Lieutenant M. P. Watson.
** L, 1st Ohio Artillery, First Lieutenant P. Dorries.

THIRD DIVISION.

BEIGADIEE-GEHEaAl, A. A. HUMPHREYS COMMAKDINQ.
INFAITTKY.

I^rsi Brigade.
Brigadier- General E. B. Ttleb Commanding.
91st Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel E. M. Gregory.
134th " " Lieut-Colonel E. O'Brien.

128th " " Colonel James G. Elder.

129th " " Colonel J. G. Friok.

Second Brigade.
Colonel P. H. Allabaob, 131st Pennsylvania Volunteers, Commanding.
131st Pennsylvania Volunteers, Lieut-Colonel W. B. Shunt
123d " " Colonel J. B. Clark.

l&3d " " Colonel B. P. Speakman.

155tli " " Colonel E. J. AUen.



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AbtHiIiBkt.
Csptain A. M. Eahdol, Ist TJ. S. Artillery, Commanding.
Battery H, 1st U. S. ArtiUcry, Captain A. M. Kaiidol.
Section of Battery 0, let New York Artillery, Lieutenant W. H. Phillips.


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