Numbers 62. -Colonel Longhorn Wister, One hundred and fiftieth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 63. -Colonel Edmund L. Dana, One hundred and forty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 64. -Lieutenant Colonel John D. Musser, One hundred and forty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 65. -Lieutenant Colonel Walton Dwight, One hundred and forty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 66. -Captain John Irvin, One hundred and forty--ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 67. -Lieutenant Colonel Henry S. Huidekoper, One hundred and fiftieth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 68. -Captain George W. Jones, One hundred and fiftieth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 69. -Brigadier General George J. Stannard, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 70. -Colonel Francis V. Randall, Thirteenth Vermont Infantry.
Numbers 71. - Colonel Charles S. Wainwright, First New York Light Artillery, Commanding Artillery Brigade, First Army Corps.
Numbers 72. -Captain James A. Hall, Second Maine Battery.
Numbers 73. -Lieutenant Edward N. Whittier, Fifth Maine Battery.
Numbers 74. -Lieutenant George Breck, Battery L, First New York Ling Artillery.
Numbers 75. -Captain James H. Cooper, Battery B, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery.
Numbers 76. -Major General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, Commanding Second Army Corps.
Numbers 77. -Brigadier General John C. Caldwell, U. S. Army, commanding First Division.
Numbers 78. -Colonel H. Boyd McKeen, Eighty-Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade.
Numbers 79. -Major Richard E. Cross, Fifth New Hampshire Infantry.
Numbers 80. -Lieutenant Colonel K. Oscar Broady, Sixty-First New York Infantry.
Numbers 81. -Lieutenant Colonel Amos Stroh, Eighty-first Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 82. -Colonel Patrick Kelly, Eighty-eighth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 83. - Colonel Richard Byrnes, Twenty-eighth Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 84. -Captain Thomas Touhy, Sixty-third New York Infantry.
Numbers 85. -Lieutenant James J. Smith, Sixty-ninth New York Infantry.
Numbers 86. -Captain Denis F. Burke, Eighty-eighth New York Infantry.
Numbers 87. -Major St. Clair A. Mulholland, One hundred and sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 88. -Lieutenant Colonel John Fraser, One hundred and fortieth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding regiment and Third Brigade.
Numbers 89. -Captain William Scherrer, Fifty-second New York Infantry.
Numbers 90. -Lieutenant Colonel Alford B. Chapman, Fifty-seventh New York Infantry.
Numbers 91. -Major Peter Nelson, Sixty-sixth New York Infantry.
Numbers 92. -Colonel John R. Brooke, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade.
Numbers 93. -Colonel William P. Baily, Second Delaware Infantry.
Numbers 94. -Major Leman W. Bradley, Sixty-fourth New York Infantry.
Numbers 95. -Lieutenant Colonel Richards McMichael, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 96. -Captain John W. Reynolds, One hundred and forty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 97. -Captain Moses W. Oliver, One hundred and forty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 98. -Brigadier General John Gibbon, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division of and Second Army Corps.
Numbers 99. -Brigadier General William Harrow, U. S. Army, commanding Seconds Division.
Numbers 100. -Colonel Francis E. Heath, Nineteenth Maine Infantry.