War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0169 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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Third Brigade.

Brigadier General GEORGE S. GREENE.

60th New York, Lieutenant Colonel John C. O. Redington.

78th New York:

Major Henry R. Stagg.

Captain William H. Raudall.

102nd New York, Colonel James C. Lane.

137th New York, Colonel David Ireland.

149th New York:

Major Abel G. Cook.

Captain Oliver T. May.

Lieutenant Colonel Koert S. Van Voorhis.

Artillery.

Captain JOSEPH M. KNAP.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery E:

Lieutenant Charles A. Atwell.

Lieutenant James D. McGill.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery F:

Captain Robert B. Hampton.

Lieutenant James P. Fleming.

CAVALRY CORPS.*

Brigadier General GEORGE STONEMAN.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General ALFRED PLEASONTON.+

First Brigade.

Colonel BENJAMIN F. DAVIS.

8th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel David R. Clendenin.

3rd Indiana, Colonel George H. Chapman.

8th New York,

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9th New York, Colonel William Sackett.

Second Brigade.

Colonel THOMAS C. DEVIN.

1st Michigan, Company L, Lieutenant John K. Truax.

6th New York:

Lieutenant Colonel Duncan McVicar.

Captain William E. Beardsley.

8th Pennsylvania, Major Pennock Huey.

17th Pennsylvania, Colonel Josiah H. Kellogg.

Artillery.

New York Light, 6th Battery, Lieutenant Joseph W. Martin.

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General WILLIAM W. AVERELL.

First Brigade.

Colonel HORACE B. SARGENT.

1st Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Greely S. Curtis.

4th New York, Colonel Louis P. Di Cesnola.

6th Ohio, Major Benjamin C. Stanhope.

1st Rhode Island, Lieutenant Colonel John L. Thompson.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOHN B. McINTOSH.

3rd Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Edward S. Jones.

4th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel William E. Doster.

16th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Lorenzo D. Rogers.

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*The Second and Third Divisions, First Brigade, First Division and the Regular Reserve Brigade, with Robertson's and Tidball's batteries, on the "Stoneman Raid," April 29-May 7.

+Assumed command of First and Second Divisions, May 4.

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