War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0149 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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Numbers 111.-Captain George E. Randolph, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery.

Numbers 112.-Brigadier General David B. Birney, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, with congratulatory orders.

Numbers 113.-Lieutenant Michael Sheehan, Twentieth Indiana Infantry, Ambulance Officer.

Numbers 114.-Brigadier General Charles K. Graham, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 115.-Colonel Peter Sides, Fifty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 116.-Captain James F. Ryan, Sixty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 117.-Colonel Andrew H. Tippin, Sixty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 118.-Lieutenant Colonel Calvin A. Craig, One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 119.-Colonel Charles H. T. Collis, One hundred and fourteenth Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 120.-Colonel Henry J. Madill, One hundred and forty-first Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 121.-Brigadier General J. H. Hobart Ward, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 122.-Colonel John Wheeler, Twentieth Indiana Infantry.

Numbers 123.-Colonel Samuel B. Hayman, Thirty-seventh New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.

Numbers 124.-Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Merrill, Seventeenth Maine Infantry.

Numbers 125.-Colonel Byron R. Pierce, Third Michigan Infantry.

Numbers 126.-Major John Pulford, Fifth Michigan Infantry.

Numbers 127.-Lieutenant Colonel Francis L. Leland, First New York Infantry.

Numbers 128.-Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert Riordan, Thirty-seventh New York Infantry.

Numbers 129.-Major William DeLacy, Thirty-seventh New York Infantry.

Numbers 130.-Captain A. Judson Clark, First New Jersey Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery.

Numbers 131.-Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.

Numbers 132.-Captain John S. Poland, Second U. S. Infantry, Acting Assistant Inspector-General and Chief of Staff.

Numbers 133.-Lieutenant William J. Rusling, Fifth New Jersey Infantry, Ambulance Officer.

Numbers 134.-Colonel William Blaisdell, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry, commanding First Brigade.

Numbers 135.-Colonel Napoleon B. McLaughlen, First Massachusetts Infantry.

Numbers 136.-Lieutenant Colonel Porter D. Tripp, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry.

Numbers 137.-Lieutenant Colonel Waldo Merriam, Sixteenth Massachusetts Infantry.

Numbers 138.-Colonel Robert McAllister, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 139.-Major Robert L. Bodine, Twenty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry.

Numbers 140.-Brigadier General Joseph W. Revere, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.

Numbers 141.-Colonel J. Egbert Farnum, Seventieth New York Infantry, commanding regiment and Second Brigade.

Numbers 142.-Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Holt, Seventieth New York Infantry.

Numbers 143.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry L. Potter, Seventy-first New York Infantry.

Numbers 144.-Major John Lenard, Seventy-second New York Infantry.

Numbers 145.-Major Michael W. Burns, Seventy-third New York Infantry.

Numbers 146.-Captain Francis E. Tyler, Seventy-fourth New York Infantry.

Numbers 147.-Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius D. Westbrook, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry.

Numbers 148.-Colonel William J. Sewell, Fifth New Jersey Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.

Numbers 149.-Captain Virgil M. Healy, Fifth New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 150.-Lieutenant Colonel Stephen R. Gilkyson, Sixth New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 151.-Colonel Louis R. Francine, Seventh New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 152.-Lieutenant Colonel Francis Price, jr., Seventh New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 153.-Captain John G. Langston, Eighth New Jersey Infantry.

Numbers 154.-Lieutenant Colonel William A. Olmsted, Second New York Infantry.

Numbers 155.-Major John P. Dunne, One hundred and fifteenth Pennsylvania Infantry.