SECOND ARMY CORPS.
Major General DARIUS N. COUCH.
6th New York Cavalry, Companies D and K, Captain Riley Johnson.
Major General WINFIELD S. HANCOCK.
Brigadier General JOHN C. CALDWELL.
5th New Hampshire:
Colonel Edward E. Cross.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles E. Hapgood.
61st New York:
Colonel Nelson A. Miles.
Lieutenant Colonel K. Oscar Broady.
81st Pennsylvania, Colonel H. Boyd Mckeen.
Colonel James A. Beaver.
Major George A. Fairlamb.
Brigadier General THOMAS F. MEAGHER.
28th Massachusetts, Colonel Richard Byrnes.
63rd New York, Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Bentley.
69th New York, Captain James E. McGee.
88th New York, Colonel Patrick Kelly.
116th Pennsylvania (battalion), Major St. Clair A. Mulholland.
Brigadier General SAMUEL K. ZOOK.
52nd New York:
Colonel Paul Frank.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles G. Freudenberg.
57th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Alford B. Chapman.
66th New York, Colonel Orlando H. Morris.
140th Pennsylvania, Colonel Ricahrd P. Roberts.
Colonel JOHN R. BROOKE.
27th Connecticut, Colonel Richard S. Bostwick.
2nd Delawarle, Lieutenant Colonel David L. Stricker.
64th New York, Colonel Daniel G. Bingham.
53rd Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Richards McMichael.
145th Pennsylvania, Colonel Hiram L. Brown.
Captain RUFUS D. PETTIT.
1st New York Light, Battery B, Captain Rufus D. Pettit.
4th United States, Battery C, Lieutenant Evan Thomas.
Brigadier General JOHN GIBBON.
(1) Brigadier General ALFRED SULLY.
(2) Co. HENRY W. HUDSON.
(3) Colonel BYRON LAFLIN.
19th Maine, Colonel Francis E. Heath.
15th Massachusetts, Major George C. Joslin.
1st Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel William Colvill, jr.
34th New York:
Colonel Byron Laflin.
Lieutenant Colonel John Beverly.
82nd New York (2nd Militia):
Colonel Henry W. Hudson.
Lieutenant Colonel James Huston.
Brigadier General JOSHUA T. OWEN.
69th Pennsylvania, Colonel Dennis O'Kane.
71st Pennsylvania, Colonel Richard P. Smith.
72nd Pennsylvania, Colonel De Witt C. Baxter.
106th Pennsylvanlia, Colonel Turner G. Morehead.
*During the principal operations south of the Rappahannock, Colonel Edward E. Cross had temporary command of a force consisting of the Fifth New Hampshire, Eighty-eighth New York, and Eighty-first Pennsylvania. The Sixty-sixth New York, of the Third Brigade, served temporarily with the First Brigade.