Sunday, October 20, 2019

Union Order of Battle - Battle of Gettysburg

Union Order of Battle - Battle of Gettysburg Army of the Potomac Major General  George G. Meade General Staff and Headquarters Staff: Chief of Staff: Major General Daniel Butterfield (wounded) Assistant Adjutant General: Brigadier General Seth Williams Assistant Inspector General: Colonel Edmund Schriver Chief Quartermaster: Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls Commissaries and Subsistence: Colonel Henry F. Clarke Chief of Artillery: Brigadier General Henry J. Hunt Chief Ordnance Officer: Captain Daniel W. Flagler Chief Signal Officer: Captain Lemuel B. Norton Medical Director: Major Jonathan Letterman Chief of Engineers: Brigadier General Gouverneur K. Warren Bureau of Military Information: Colonel George H. Sharpe General Headquarters: Command of the Provost Marshal General: Brigadier General Marsena R. Patrick 93rd New York: Colonel John S. Crocker 8th United States (8 companies): Captain Edwin W. H. Read 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry: Colonel R. Butler Price 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry (Companies EI): Captain James StarrRegular Cavalry (detachments from 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th US Cavalry) Guards and Orderlies: Oneida (New York) Cavalry: Captain Daniel P. Mann Engineer Brigade: Brigadier General Henry W. Benham 15th New York (3 companies): Major Walter L. Cassin 50th New York: Colonel William H. Pettes US Battalion: Captain George H. Mendell I Corps Major General John Reynolds (killed) Major General Abner Doubleday Major General John Newton General Headquarters: 1st Maine Cavalry, Company L: Captain Constantine Taylor First Division - Major General James Wadsworth 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Solomon Meredith 19th Indiana: Colonel Samuel J. Williams (wounded), Lt. Colonel William W. Dudley (wounded), Major John M. Lindley (wounded) 24th Michigan: Colonel Henry A. Morrow (wounded), Lt. Colonel Mark Flanigan (wounded), Major Edwin B. Wight (wounded), Captain Albert M. Edwards 2nd Wisconsin: Colonel Lucius Fairchild (wounded/captured), Lt. Colonel George H. Stevens (mortally wounded), Major John Mansfield (wounded), Captain George H. Otis 6th Wisconsin: Lt. Colonel Rufus R. Dawes, Major John F. Hauser 7th Wisconsin: Colonel William W. Robinson, Lt. Colonel John B. Callis (wounded/captured), Major Mark Finnicum (wounded) 2nd Brigade - Brigadier General Lysander Cutler 7th Indiana: Colonel Ira G. Grover 76th New York: Major Andrew J. Grover (killed), Captain John E. Cook 84th New York  (14th Militia): Colonel  Edward B. Fowler 95th New York: Colonel George H. Biddle (wounded), Lt. Colonel James B. Post, Major Edward Pye 147th New York: Lt. Colonel Francis C. Miller (wounded), Major George Harney 56th Pennsylvania (9 companies): Colonel John W. Hofmann Second Division -  Brigadier General John C. Robinson 1st Brigade -  Brigadier General  Gabriel R. Paul  (wounded),   Colonel Samuel H. Leonard (wounded),  Colonel  Adrian R. Root  (wounded captured),  Colonel  Richard Coulter  (wounded), Colonel  Peter Lyle​16th Maine:  Colonel Charles W. Tilden (captured), Lt. Colonel Augustus B. Farnham 13th Massachusetts: Colonel Samuel H. Leonard, Lt. Colonel Nathaniel W. Batchelder, Major Jacob P. Gould 94th New York: Colonel Adrian R. Root, Major Samuel A. Moffett 104th New York: Colonel Gilbert G. Prey 107th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel James M. Thomson (wounded), Captain Emanuel D. Roath 2nd Brigade -  Brigadier General Henry Baxter 12th Massachusetts: Colonel  James L. Bates  (wounded), Lt. Colonel David Allen, Jr. 83rd New York (9th Militia): Lt. Colonel Joseph A. Moesch 97th New York: Colonel Charles Wheelock, Lt. Colonel John P. Spofford (captured), Major Charles Northrup 11th Pennsylvania:  Colone l Richard Coulter, Captain Benjamin F. Haines, Captain John B. Overmyer 88th Pennsylvania: Major Benezet F. Foust (wounded), Captain Henry Whiteside 90th Pennsylvania: Colonel Peter Lyle,  Major Alfred J. Sellers Third Division -  Major General Abner Doubleday, Brigadier General Thomas A. Rowley 1st Brigade -  Brigadier General Thomas Rowley, Colonel Chapman Biddle 80th New York (20th Militia): Colonel Theodore B. Gates 121st Pennsylvania: Colonel Chapman Biddle, Major  Alexander Biddle 142nd Pennsylvania: Colonel Robert P. Cummins (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel Alfred B. McCalmont, Major Horatio N. Warren 151st Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel  George F. McFarland  (wounded), Captain Walter L. Owens, Colonel Harrison Allen 2nd Brigade -  Colonel Roy Stone (wounded), Colonel Langhorne Wister (wounded), Colonel Edmund L. Dana 143rd Pennsylvania: Colonel Edmund L. Dana, Lt. Colonel John D. Musser (wounded) 149th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Walton Dwight (wounded), Captain James Glenn 150th Pennsylvania: Colonel Langhorne Wister, Lt. Colonel  Henry S. Huidekoper  (wounded), Captain Cornelius C. Widdis Artillery Brigade -  Ã‚  Colonel Charles S. Wainwright Maine Light, 2nd Battery (B): Captain James A. Hall Maine Light, 5th Battery (E): Captain  Greenleaf T. Stevens  (wounded), Lieutenant Edward N. Whittier 1st New York Light, Batteries EL: Captain Gilbert H. Reynolds (wounded), Lieutenant George Breck 1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery B: Captain James H. Cooper 4th United States, Battery B: Lieutenant James Stewart (wounded), Lieutenant James Davison (wounded) II Corps Major General Winfield S. Hancock (wounded) Brigadier General John Gibbon (wounded) Brigadier General William Hayes General Headquarters: 6th New York Cavalry, Companies D and K: Captain Riley Johnson (Escort) 53rd Pennsylvania, Companies A, B and K: Major Octavus Bull (Provost Marshal 2nd Corps) First Division -  Brigadier General John C. Caldwell 1st Brigade -  Colonel Edward E. Cross (mortally wounded), Colonel H.Boyd McKeen 5th New Hampshire: Lt. Colonel Charles E. Hapgood, Major Richard E. Cross 61st New York: Lt. Colonel K. Oscar Broady 81st Pennsylvania: Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen, Lt. Colonel Amos Stroh 148th Pennsylvania: Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen,  Lt. Colonel Robert McFarlane, Major Robert H. Foster 2nd Brigade -  Colonel Patrick Kelly 28th Massachusetts: Colonel Richard Byrnes 63rd New York (2 companies): Lt. Colonel Richard C. Bentley (wounded), Captain Thomas Touhy 69th New York  (2 companies): Captain Richard Moroney (wounded), Lieutenant James J. Smith 88th New York (2 companies): Captain Denis F. Burke 116th Pennsylvania  (4 companies): Major St. Clair A. Mulholland 3rd Brigade -  Brigadier General  Samuel K. Zook  (mortally wounded),  Lt. Colonel Charles G. Freudenberg (wounded),  Colonel Richard P. Roberts (killed),  Lt. Colonel John Fraser 52nd New York: Lt. Colonel Charles G. Freudenberg (wounded), Major Edward Venuti (killed), Captain William Scherrer 57th New York: Lt. Colonel Alford B. Chapman 66th New York: Colonel Orlando H. Morris (wounded), Lt. Colonel John S. Hammell (wounded), Major Peter A. Nelson 140th Pennsylvania: Colonel Richard P. Roberts, Lt. Colonel John Fraser, Major Thomas Rodge 4th Brigade -  Colonel John R. Brooke (wounded) 27th Connecticut (2 companies): Lt. Colonel Henry C. Merwin (killed), Major James H. Coburn 2nd Delaware: Colonel William P. Bailey (wounded), Lt. Colonel David L. Stricker (wounded), Captain Charles H. Christman 64th New York: Colonel Daniel G. Bingham (wounded), Major Leman W. Bradley 53rd Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Richards McMichael 145th Pennsylvania  (7 companies): Colonel Hiram Loomis Brown (wounded), Captain John W. Reynolds (wounded), Captain Moses W. Oliver Second Division -  Brigadier General John Gibbon (wounded), Brigadier General William Harrow 1st Brigade -  Brigadier General William Harrow, Colonel Francis E. Heath 19th Maine: Colonel Francis E. Heath, Lt. Colonel Henry W. Cunningham 15th Massachusetts: Colonel George H. Ward  (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel George C. Joslin, Major Isaac H. Hooper 1st Minnesota: Colonel William Colvill, Jr.  (wounded), Captain Nathan S. Messick (killed), Captain Henry C. Coates 82nd New York (2nd Militia): Lt. Colonel James Huston (mortally wounded), Captain John Darrow 2nd Brigade -  Brigadier General Alexander S. Webb (wounded) 69th Pennsylvania: Colonel Dennis OKane (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel Martin Tschudy (killed), Major James M. Duffy (wounded), Captain William Davis 71st Pennsylvania: Colonel Richard P. Smith, Lt. Colonel Charles Kochersperger 72nd Pennsylvania: Colonel De Witt C. Baxter (wounded), Lt. Colonel Theodore Hesser, Major Samuel Roberts 106th Pennsylvania: Lt. Col onel William L. Curry, Major John H. Stover 3rd Brigade -  Colonel Norman J. Hall 19th Massachusetts: Colonel Arthur F. Devereux, Lt. Colonel Ansel D. Wass (wounded), MajorEdmund Rice (wounded) 20th Massachusetts: Colonel Paul J. Revere (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel George N. Macy (wounded), Captain Henry L. Abbott 7th Michigan: Lt. Colonel Amos E. Steele (killed), Jr, Major Sylvanus W. Curtis 42nd New York: Colonel James E. Mallon 59th New York (4 companies): Lt.Colonel Max A. Thoman (mortally wounded), Captain William McFadden Unattached Massachusetts Sharpshooters, 1st Company: Captain William Plumer, Lieutenant Emerson L. Bicknell Third Division - Brigadier General Alexander Hays 1st Brigade - Colonel Samuel S. Carroll 14th Indiana: Colonel John Coons, Lt. Colonel Elijah H. C. Cavins, Maj or William Houghton 4th Ohio: Lt. Colonel Leonard W. Carpenter, Major Gordon A. Stewart 8th Ohio: Lt. Colonel Franklin Sawyer (wounded) 7th West Virginia: Lt. Colonel Jonathan H. Lockwood (wounded) 2nd Brigade - Colonel Thomas A. Smyth (wounded), Lt. Colonel Francis E. Pierce 14th Connecticut: Major Theodore G. Ellis 1st Delaware: Lt. Colonel Edward P. Harris, Captain Thomas B. Hizar, Lieutenant William Smith, Lieutenant John T. Dent 12th New Jersey: Major John T. Hill 10th New York (battalion): Major George F. Hopper 108th New York: Lt. Colonel Francis E. Pierce 3rd Brigade - Colonel George L. Willard (killed), Colonel Eliakim Sherrill, Lt. Colonel James M. Bull, Colonel Clinton D. MacDougall (wounded), Colonel Eliakim Sherrill (mortally wounded) 39th New York (4 companies): Major Hugo Hildebrandt 111th New York: Colonel Cl inton D. MacDougall, Lt.Colonel Isaac M. Lusk (wounded), Captain Aaron P. Seeley 125th New York: Lt. Colonel Levin Crandell 126th New York: Colonel Eliakim Sherrill, Lt. Colonel James M. Bull Artillery Brigade - Captain John G. Hazard 1st New York Light, Battery B: Captain James M. Rorty (killed), Lieutenant Albert S. Sheldon (wounded), Lieutenant Robert E. Rogers 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery A: Captain William A. Arnold 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery B: Lieutenant Thomas F. Brown (wounded), Lieutenantt William S. Perrin 1st United States, Battery I: Lieutenant George A. Woodruff (wounded), Lieutenant Tully McCrea 4th United States, Battery A: Lieutenant Alonzo H. Cushing (killed), Lieutenant Samuel Canby (wounded), Lieutenant Joseph S. Milne (killed), Sergeant Frederick Fà ¼ger III Corps Major General Daniel Sickles (wounded) Major General David B. Birney First Division - Major General David B. Birney, Brigadier General J.H. Hobart Ward (wounded) 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Charles K. Graham (wounded/captured), Colonel Andrew H. Tippin, Colonel Henry J. Madill 57th Pennsylvania (8 companies): Colonel Peter Sides (wounded), Major William B. Neeper (wounded/captured), Captain Alanson H. Nelson (wounded) 63rd Pennsylvania: Major John A. Danks 68th Pennsylvania: Colonel Andrew H. Tippin, Lt. Colonel Anthony H. Reynolds (wounded), Major Robert E. Winslow (wounded), Captain Milton S. Davis 105th Pennsylvania: Colonel Calvin A. Craig 114th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Frederick F. Cavada (captured), Captain Edward R. Bowen 141st Pennsylvania: Colonel Henry J. Madill, Major Israel P. Spaulding (mortally wounded/captured) 2nd Brigade - Brigadier General J. H. Hobart Ward, Colonel Hiram Berdan 20th Indiana: Colonel John Wheeler (killed), Lt. Colonel William C. L. Taylor (wounded) 3rd Maine: Colonel Moses B. Lakeman, Major Samuel P. Lee (woun ded) 4th Maine: Colonel Elijah Walker (wounded), Major Ebenezer Whitcomb (mortally wounded), Captain Edwin Libby 86th New York: Lt. Colonel Benjamin L. Higgins (wounded), Major Jacob A. Lansing 124th New York: Colonel Augustus van H. Ellis (killed), Lt. Colonel Francis M. Cummins (wounded), Major James Cromwell (killed) 99th Pennsylvania: Major John W. Moore (wounded), Captain Peter Fritz, Jr. 1st United States Sharpshooters: Colonel Hiram Berdan, Lt. Colonel Casper Trepp 2nd United States Sharpshooters (8 companies): Major Homer R. Stoughton 3rd Brigade - Colonel P. Rà ©gis de Trobriand 17th Maine: Lt. Colonel Charles B. Merrill, Major George W. West 3rd Michigan: Colonel Byron R. Pierce (wounded), Lt. Colonel Edwin S. Pierce, Major Moses B. Houghton 5th Michigan: Lt. Colonel John Pulford (wounded), Major Salmon S. Matthews (wounded) 40th New York: Colonel Thomas W. Egan, Lt. Colonel Augustus J. Warner (wounded) 110th Pennsylvania (6 companies): Lt. Colonel David M. Jones (wounded ), Major Isaac Rogers Second Division - Brigadier General Andrew A. Humphreys 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr (wounded) 1st Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Clark B. Baldwin (wounded), Major Gardner Walker (wounded) 11th Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Porter D. Tripp, Major Andrew N. McDonald (wounded) 16th Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Waldo Merriam (wounded), Captain Matthew Donovan 12th New Hampshire: Captain John F. Langley (wounded), Captain Thomas E. Barker 11th New Jersey: Colonel Robert McAllister (wounded), Major Philip J. Kearny (mortally wounded), Captain Luther Martin (killed), Lieutenant John Schoonover (wounded), Captain William H. Lloyd (wounded), Captain Samuel T. Sleeper, Lieutenant John Schoonover 26th Pennsylvania: Major Robert L. Bodine (wounded) 2nd Brigade - Colonel William R. Brewster 70th New York: Colonel John E. Farnum 71st New York: Colonel Henry L. Potter (wounded) 72nd New York: Colonel John S. Austin (wounded), Lt. Colonel John Leonard, Major Caspar K. Abell 73rd New York: Major Michael W. Burns 74th New York: Lt. Colonel Thomas Holt 120th New York: Lt. Colonel Cornelius D. Westbrook (wounded), Major John R. Tappen 3rd Brigade - Colonel George C. Burling 2nd New Hampshire: Colonel Edward L. Bailey (wounded), Lt. Colonel James W. Carr (wounded) 5th New Jersey: Colonel William J. Sewell (wounded), Captain Thomas C. Godfrey, Captain Henry H. Woolsey (wounded) 6th New Jersey: Lt. Colonel Stephen R. Gilkyson 7th New Jersey: Colonel Louis R. Francine (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel Francis Price (wounded), Major Frederick Cooper 8th New Jersey: Colonel John Ramsey (wounded), Captain John G. Langston 115th Pennsylvania: Major John P. Dunne Artillery Brigade - Captain George E. Randolph (wounded),   Captain A. Judson Clark 1st New Jersey Light, Battery B: Captain A. Judson Clark, Lieutenant Robert Sims 1st New York Light, Battery D: Captain George B. Winslow New York Light, 4th Battery: Captain James E. Smith 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery E: Lieutenant John K. Bucklyn (wounded), Lieutenant Benjamin Freeborn (w) 4th United States, Battery K: Lieutenant Francis W. Seeley (wounded), Lieutenant Robert James V Corps Major General George Sykes General Headquarters: 12th New York Infantry, Companies D and E: Captain Henry W. Rider 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Companies D and H: Captain William Thompson First Division - Brigadier General James Barnes (wounded) 1st Brigade - Colonel William S. Tilton 18th Massachusetts: Colonel Joseph Hayes (wounded) 22nd Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Thomas Sherwin, Jr. 1st Michigan: Colonel Ira C. Abbott (wounded), Lt. Colonel William A. Throop (wounded) 118th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel James Gwyn, Major Charles P. Herring 2nd Brigade - Colonel Jacob B. Sweitzer9th Massachusetts: Colonel Patrick R. Guiney32nd Massachusetts: Colonel George L. Prescott (wounded), Lt. Colonel Luther Stephenson, Jr. (wounded), Major James A. Cunningham4th Michigan: Colonel Harrison H. Jeffords (mortally wounded), Lt. Colonel George W. Lumbard62nd Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel James C. Hull, Major William G. Lowry (killed) 3rd Brigade - Colonel Strong Vincent (mortally wounded), Colonel James C. Rice 20th Maine: Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain (wounded) 16th Michigan: Lt. Colonel Norval E. Welch 44th New York: Colonel James C. Rice, Lt. Colonel Freeman Conner, Major Edward B. Kn ox 83rd Pennsylvania: Captain Orpheus S. Woodward Second Division - Brigadier General Romeyn B. Ayres 1st Brigade - Colonel Hannibal Day 3rd United States (Companies B, C, E, G, I and K): Captain Henry W. Freedley (wounded), Captain Richard G. Lay 4th United States (Companies C, F, H and K): Captain Julius W. Adams, Jr. 6th United States (Companies D, F, G, H and I): Captain Levi C. Bootes (wounded) 12th United States (Companies A, B, C, D and G, 1st Battalion and Companies A, C and D, 2nd Battalion): Captain Thomas S. Dunn 14th United States (Companies A, B, D, E, F and G, 1st Battalion and Companies F and G, 2nd Battalion): Major Grotius R. Giddings 2nd Brigade - Colonel Sidney Burbank 2nd United States (Companies B, C, F, H, I and K): Major Arthur T. Lee (w), Captain Samuel A. McKee 7th United States (Companies A, B, E and I): Captain David P. Hancock 10th United States (Companies D, G and H): Captain William Clinton 11th United States (Companies B, C, D, E, F and G): Major DeLancey Floyd-Jones 17th United States (Companies A, C , D, G and H, 1st Battalion and Companies A and B, 2nd Battalion): Lt. Colonel James D. Greene 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Stephen H. Weed (killed), Colonel Kenner Garrard 140th New York: Colonel Patrick ORorke  (killed), Lt. Colonel Louis Ernst, Major Isaiah Force 146th New York: Colonel Kenner Garrard, Lt. Colonel David T. Jenkins 91st Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Joseph H. Sinex 155th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel John H. Cain Third Division - Brigadier General Samuel Crawford 1st Brigade - Colonel William McCandless 1st Pennsylvania Reserves (9 companies): Colonel William C. Talley 2nd Pennsylvania Reserves: Lt. Colonel George A. Woodward 6th Pennsylvania Reserves: Lt Colonel Wellington H. Ent 13th Pennsylvania Reserves: Colonel Charles F. Taylor (killed), Major William R. Hartshorne 3rd Brigade - Colonel Joseph W. Fisher 5th Pennsylvania Reserves: Lt. Colonel George Dare, Maj James H. Larrimer 9th Pennsylvania Reserves: Lt. Colonel James McK. Snodgrass 10th Pennsylvania Reserves: Colonel Adoniram J. Warner, Lt. Colonel James B. Knox 11th Pennsylvania Reserves: Colonel Samuel M. Jackson 12th Pennsylvania Reserves (9 companies): Colonel Martin D. Hardin Artillery Brigade - Captain Augustus P. Martin Massachusetts Light, 3rd Battery (C): Lieutenant Aaron F. Walcott 1st New York Light, Battery C: Captain Almont Barnes 1st Ohio Light, Battery L: Captain Frank C. Gibbs 5th United States, Battery D: Lieutenant Charles E. Hazlett (killed), Lieutenant Benjamin F. Rittenhouse 5th United States, Battery I: Lieutenant Malbone F. Watson (wounded), Lieutenant Charles C. MacConnell VI Corps Major General John Sedgwick General Headquarters: 1st New Jersey Cavalry, Company L and 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company H: Captain William S. Craft First Division - Brigadier General Horatio Wright 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Alfred T.A. Torbert 1st New Jersey: Lt. Colonel William Henry, Jr. 2nd New Jersey: Lt. Colonel Charles Wiebecke 3rd New Jersey: Colonel Henry W. Brown, Lt. Colonel Edward L. Campbell 15th New Jersey: Colonel William H. Penrose 2nd Brigade - Brigadier General Joseph J. Bartlett, Colonel Emory Upton 5th Maine: Colonel Clark S. Edwards 121st New York: Colonel Emory Upton 95th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Edward Carroll 96th Pennsylvania: Major William H. Lessig  Ã‚   3rd Brigade - Brigadier General David A. Russell 6th Maine: Colonel Hiram Burnham 49th Pennsylvania (4 companies): Lt. Colonel Thomas M. Hulings 119th Pennsylvania: Colonel Peter C. Ellmaker 5th Wisconsin: Colonel Thomas S. Allen Provost Guard 4th New Jersey (3 companies): Captain William R. Maxwell Second Division - Brigadier General Albion P. Howe 2nd Brigade - Colonel Lewis A. Grant 2nd Vermont: Colonel James H. Walbridge 3rd Vermont: Col onel Thomas O. Seaver 4th Vermont: Colonel Charles B. Stoughton 5th Vermont: Lt. Colonel John R. Lewis 6th Vermont: Colonel Elisha L. Barney 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Thomas H. Neill 7th Maine (6 companies): Lt. Colonel Seldon Connor 33rd New York (detachment): Captain Henry J. Gifford 43rd New York: Lt. Colonel John Wilson 49th New York: Colonel Daniel D. Bidwell 77th New York: Lt. Colonel Winsor B. French 61st Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel George F. Smith Third Division - Major General John Newton, Brigadier General Frank Wheaton 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Alexander Shaler 65th New York: Colonel Joseph E. Hamblin 67th New York: Colonel Nelson Cross 122nd New York: Colonel Silas Titus 23rd Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel John F. Glenn 82nd Pennsylvania: Colonel Isaac C. Bassett 2nd Brigade - Colonel Henry L. Eustis 7th Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Franklin P. Harlow 10th Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Joseph B. Parsons 37th Massachusetts: Colonel Oliver Edwards 2nd Rhode Island: Colonel Horatio Rogers, Jr. 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Frank Wheaton, Colonel David J. Nevin 62nd New York: Colonel David J. Nevin, Lt. Colonel Theodore B. Hamilton 93rd Pennsylvania: Major John I. Nevin 98th Pennsylvania: Major John B. Kohler 139th Pennsylvania: Colonel Frederick H. Collier (wounded), Lt. Colonel William H. Moody Artillery Brigade - Colonel Charles H. Tompkins Massachusetts Light, 1st Battery (A): Captain William H. McCartney New York Light, 1s t Battery: Captain Andrew Cowan New York Light, 3rd Battery: Captain William A. Harn 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery C: Captain Richard Waterman 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery G: Captain George W. Adams 2nd United States, Battery D: Lieutenant Edward B. Williston 2nd United States, Battery G: Lieutenant John H. Butler 5th United States, Battery F: Lieutenant Leonard Martin XI Corps Major General Oliver O. Howard Major General Carl Schurz General Headquarters: 1st Indiana Cavalry, Companies I and K: Captain Abram Sharra 8th New York Infantry (1 company): Lieutenant Hermann Foerster First Division - Brigadier General Francis Barlow, Brigadier General Adelbert Ames 1st Brigade - Colonel Leopold von Gilsa 41st New York (9 companies): Lt. Colonel Detlev von Einsiedel 54th New York: Major Stephen Kovacs (captured), Lieutenant Ernst Both 68th New York: Colonel Gotthilf Bourry 153rd Pennsylvania: Major John F. Frueauff 2nd Brigade - Brigadier General Adelbert Ames, Colonel Andrew L. Harris 17th Connecticut: Lt. Colonel Douglas Fowler (killed), Major Allen G. Brady (wounded) 25th Ohio: Lt. Colonel Jeremiah Williams (captured), Captain Nathaniel J. Manning (w), Lt William Maloney (wounded), Lt Israel White 75th Ohio: Col Andrew L. Harris, Captain George B. Fox 107th Ohio: Col Seraphim Meyer, Captain John M. Lutz Second Division - Brigadier General Adolph von Steinwehr 1st Brigade - Colonel Charles R. Coster 134th New York: Lt. Colonel Allan H. Jackson, Major George W. B. Seeley 154th New York: Lt. Colonel Daniel B. Allen, Major Lewis D. Warner 27th Pennsylvania: Lt. Co lonel Lorenz Cantador 73rd Pennsylvania: Captain Daniel F. Kelley 2nd Brigade - Colonel Orland Smith 33rd Massachusetts: Colonel Adin B. Underwood 136th New York: Colonel James Wood 55th Ohio: Colonel Charles B. Gambee 73rd Ohio: Lt. Colonel Richard Long Third Division - Major General Carl Schurz, Brigadier General Alexander Schimmelfennig 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Alexander Schimmelfennig, Colonel George von Amsberg 82nd Illinois: Lt. Colonel Edward S. Salomon 45th New York: Colonel George von Amsberg, Lt. Colonel Adolphus Dobke (wounded) 157th New York: Colonel Philip P. Brown, Jr., Lt. Colonel George Arrowsmith 61st Ohio: Colonel Stephen J. McGroarty, Lt. Colonel William H. H. Bown 74th Pennsylvania: Colonel Adolph von Hartung (wounded), Lt. Colonel Alexander von Mitzel, Captain Gustav Schleiter, Captain Henry Krauseneck 2nd Brigade - Colonel Wladimir Krzyzanowski 58th New York: Lt. Colonel August Otto, Captain Emil Koenig 119th New York: Colonel John T. Lockman (wounded), Lt. Colonel Edward F. Lloyd, Major Benjamin A. Willis 82nd Ohio: Colonel James S. Robinson (wounded), Lt. Colonel David Thomson 75th Pennsylvania: Colonel Francis Mahler (mortally wounded), Major August Ledig 26th Wisconsin: Lt. Colonel Hans Boebel (wound ed), Maj Henry Baetz (wounded), Captain John W. Fuchs Artillery Brigade - Major Thomas W. Osborn 1st New York Light, Battery I: Captain Michael Wiedrich New York Light, 13th Battery: Lieutenant William Wheeler 1st Ohio Light, Battery I: Captain Hubert Dilger 1st Ohio Light, Battery K: Captain Lewis Heckman 4th United States, Battery G: Lieutenant Bayard Wilkeson (mortally wounded), Lt Eugene A. Bancroft XII Corps Major General Henry Slocum Brigadier General Alpheus S. Williams Provost Guard: 10th Maine Battalion (3 companies): Captain John D. Beardsley First Division - Brigadier General Alpheus S. Williams, Brigadier General Thomas H. Ruger 1st Brigade - Colonel Archibald McDougall 5th Connecticut: Colonel Warren W. Packer 20th Connecticut: Lt. Colonel William B. Wooster, Major Philo B. Buckingham 3rd Maryland: Colonel Joseph M. Sudsburg, Lt. Colonel Gilbert P. Robinson 123rd New York: Lt. Colonel James C. Rogers, Captain Adolphus H. Tanner 145th New York: Colonel Edward L. Price 46th Pennsylvania: Colonel James L. Selfridge 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Thomas H. Ruger, Colonel Silas Colgrove 27th Indiana: Colonel Silas Colgrove, Lt. Colonel John R. Fesler, Major Theodore F. Colgrove 2nd Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Charles R. Mudge (killed), Major Charles F. Morse 13th New Jersey: Colonel Ezra A. Carman 107th New York: Colonel Nirom M. Crane 3rd Wisconsin: Colonel William Hawley, Lt. Colonel Martin Flood Second Division - Brigadier General John W. Geary 1st Brigade - Colonel Charles Candy 5th Ohio: Colonel John H. Patrick 7th Oh io: Colonel William R. Creighton, Lt. Colonel O. J. Crane 29th Ohio: Captain Wilbur F. Stevens (wounded), Captain Edward Hayes 66th Ohio: Lt. Colonel Eugene Powell, Maj Joshua G. Palmer (mortally wounded) 28th Pennsylvania: Captain John Flynn 147th Pennsylvania (8 companies): Lt. Colonel Ario Pardee, Jr., Major George Harney 2nd Brigade - Colonel George A. Cobham, Brigadier General Thomas L. Kane 29th Pennsylvania: Colonel William Rickards, Jr., Lt. Colonel Samuel M. Zulick 109th Pennsylvania: Captain Frederick L. Gimber 111th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Thomas M. Walker, Colonel George A. Cobham, Jr. 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General George S. Greene 60th New York: Colonel Abel Godard, Lt. Colonel John C. O. Redington 78th New York: Lt. Colonel Herbert von Hammerstein, Major William H. Randall (wounded) 102nd New York: Colonel James C. Lane (wounded), Captain Lewis R. Stegman 137th New York: Colonel David Ireland, Lt. Colonel Robert S. Van Vorhees 149th New York: Colonel Henry A. Barnu m (wounded), Lt. Colonel Charles B. Randall (wounded) Reporting DirectlyLockwoods Brigade - Brigadier General Henry H. Lockwood 1st Maryland, Potomac Home Brigade: Colonel William P. Maulsby 1st Maryland, Eastern Shore: Colonel James Wallace 150th New York: Colonel John H. Ketcham, Lt. Colonel Charles G. Bartlett, Major Alfred B. Smith Artillery Brigade - Lieutenant Edward D. Muhlenberg 1st New York Light, Battery M: Lieutenant Charles E. Winegar Pennsylvania Light, Battery E: Lieutenant Charles A. Atwell 4th United States, Battery F: Lieutenant Sylvanus T. Rugg 5th United States, Battery K: Lieutenant David H. Kinzie Cavalry Corps Major General Alfred Pleasonton Headquarters Guards: 1st Ohio, Company A: Captain Noah Jones 1st Ohio, Company C: Captain Samuel N. Stanford First Division - Brigadier General John Buford 1st Brigade - Colonel William Gamble 8th Illinois: Major John L. Beveridge 12th Illinois (4 companies) and 3rd Indiana (6 companies): Colonel George H. Chapman 8th New York: Lt. Colonel William L. Markell 2nd Brigade - Colonel Thomas Devin 6th New York (6 companies): Major William E. Beardsley 9th New York: Colonel William Sackett 17th Pennsylvania: Colonel Josiah H. Kellogg 3rd West Virginia, Companies A and C: Captain Seymour B. Conger 3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Wesley Merritt 6th Pennsylvania: Major James H. Haseltine 1st United States: Captain Richard S. C. Lord 2nd United States: Captain Theophilus F. Rodenbough 5th United States: Captain Julius W. Mason 6th United States: Major Samuel H. Starr (wounded), Lieutenant Louis H. Carpenter, Lieutenant Nicholas M. Nolan, Captain Ira W. Claflin (wounded) Second Division - Brigadier General David McM. Gregg 1st Brigade - Colonel John B. McIntosh 1st Maryland (11 companies): Lt. Colon el James M. Deems Purnell (Maryland) Legion, Company A: Captain Robert E. Duvall 1st Massachusetts: Lt. Colonel Greely S. Curtis 1st New Jersey: Major Myron H. Beaumont 1st Pennsylvania: Colonel John P. Taylor 3rd Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel Edward S. Jones 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Section, Battery H: Captain William D. Rank 2nd Brigade - Colonel John I. Gregg 1st Maine (10 companies): Lt. Colonel Charles H. Smith 10th New York: Major M. Henry Avery 4th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel William E. Doster 16th Pennsylvania: Colonel John K. Robison Third Division - Brigadier General Judson Kilpatrick 1st Brigade - Brigadier General Elon J. Farnsworth (killed), Colonel Nathaniel P. Richmond 5th New York: Major John Hammond 18th Pennsylvania: Lt. Colonel William P. Brinton 1st Vermont: Colonel Addison W. Preston 1st West Virginia (10 companies): Colonel Nathaniel P. Richmond, Major Charles E. Capehart 2nd Brigade - Brigadier General George A. Custer 1st Michigan: Colonel Charles H. Town 5th Michigan: Colonel Russell A. Alger 6th Michigan: Colonel George Gray 7th Michigan: (10 companies): Colonel William D. Mann Horse Artillery 1st Brigade - Captain James M. Robertson 9th Michigan Battery: Captain Jabez J. Daniels 6th New York Battery: Captain Joseph W. Martin 2nd United States, Batteries B and L: Lieutenant Edward Heaton 2nd United States, Battery M: Lieutenant Alexander C. M. Pennington, Jr. 4th United States, Battery E: Lieutenant Samuel S. Elder 2nd Brigade - Captain John C. Tidball 1st United States, Batteries E and G: Capt ain Alanson M. Randol 1st United States, Battery K: Captain William M. Graham, Jr. 2nd United States, Battery A: Lieutenant John H. Calef Artillery Reserve Brigadier General Robert O. Tyler Headquarters Guard: 32nd Massachusetts Infantry, Company C: Captain Josiah C. Fuller 1st Regular Brigade - Captain Dunbar R. Ransom 1st United States, Battery H: Lieutenant Chandler P. Eakin (wounded), Lieutenant Philip D. Mason 3rd United States, Batteries F and K: Lieutenant John G. Turnbull 4th United States, Battery C: Lieutenant Evan Thomas 5th United States, Battery C: Lieutenant Gulian V. Weir (wounded) 1st Volunteer Brigade - Lt. Colonel Freeman McGilvery Massachusetts Light, 5th Battery (E): Captina Charles A. Phillips Massachusetts Light, 9th Battery: Captain John Bigelow (wounded), Lieutenant Richard S. Milton New York Light, 15th Battery: Captain Patrick Hart (wounded), Lieutenant Andrew R. McMahon Pennsylvania Light, Batteries C and F: Captain James Thompson (wounded) 2nd Volunteer Brigade - Captain Elijah D. Taft 1st Connecticut Heavy, Battery B: Captain Albert F. Brooker 1st Connecticut Heavy, Battery M: Captain Franklin A. Pratt Connecticut Light, 2nd Battery: Captain John W. Sterling New York Light, 5th Battery: Captain Elijah D. Taft 3rd Volunteer Brigade - Captain James F. Huntington New Hampshire Light, 1st Battery: Captain Frederick M. Edgell 1st Ohio Light, Battery H: Lieutenant George W. Norton 1st Pennsylvania Light, Batteries F and G: Captain R. Bruce Ricketts West Virginia Light, Battery C: Captain Wallace Hill 4th Volunteer Brigade - Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh Maine Light, 6th Battery (F): Lieutenat Edwin B. Dow Maryland Light, Battery A: Captain James H. Rigby New Jersey Light, 1st Battery: Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons 1st New York Light, Battery G: Captain Nelson Ames 1st New York Light, Battery K: Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh Train Guard 4th New Jersey Infantry (7 companies): Major Charles Ewing

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