Numbers 141. -Colonel Henry J. Madill, One hundred and forty-first Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 142. -Lieutenant Colonel William C. L. Taylor, Twentieth Indiana Infantry, Second Brigade.
Numbers 143. -Colonel Moses B. Lakeman, Third Maine Infantry.
Numbers 144. -Lieutenant Charles F. Sawyer, Fourth Maine Infantry.
Numbers 145. -Captain Edwing Libby, Fourth Maine Infantry.
Numbers 146. -Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin L. Higgins, Eighty-sixth New York Infantry.
Numbers 147. -Lieutenant Colonel Francis M. Cummins, One Hundred and twenty-fourth New York Infantry.
Numbers 148. -Major John W. Moore, Ninety-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 149. -Colonel Hiran Berdan, First U. S. Sharpshooters, commanding First and Second U. S. Sharpshooters.
Numbers 150. -Lieutenant Colonel Casper Trepp, First U. S. Sharpshooters.
Numbers 151. -Major Homer R. Stoughton, Second U. S. Sharpshooters.
Numbers 152. -Colonel P. Regis de Trobriand, Fifty-fifth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 153. -Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Merrill, Seventeenth Maine Infantry.
Numbers 154. -Lieutenant Colonel Edwin S. Pierce, Third Michigan Infantry.
Numbers 155. -Lieutenant Colonel John Pulford, Fifth Michigan Infantry.
Numbers 156. -Colonel Thomas W. Egan, Fortieth New York Infantry.
Numbers 157. -Major Isaac Rogers, One hundred and tenth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 158. -Brigadier General Andreaw A. Humphreys, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.
Numbers 159. -Brigadier General Henry Prince, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.
Numbers 160. -Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.
Numbers 161. -Lieutenant Colonel Clart B Baldwin, First Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 162. -Lieutenant Colonel Perter D. Tripp, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 163. -Captain Matthew Donovan, Sixteenth Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 164. -Colonel Robert McAllister, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 165. -Lieutenant John Schoonover, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 166. -Captain William B. Dunning, Eleventh New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 167. -Major Robert L. Bodine, Twenty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 168. -Lieutenant Colonel Milton Opp, Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 169. -Colonel William R. Brewster, Seventy-third New York Infantry commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 170. -Major William H. Hugo, Seventieth New York Infantry.
Numbers 171. -Colonel Henry L. Potter, Seventy-first New York Infantry.
Numbers 172. -Captain Abram L. Lockwood, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry.
Numbers 173. -Captain Abram L. Lockwood, One hundred and twentieth New York Infantry.
Numbers 174. -Colonel George C. Burling, Sixth New Jersey Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 175. -Colonel Edward L. Bailey, Second New Hampshire Infantry.
Numbers 176. -Captain Henry H. Woolsey and Colonel William J. Sewell, New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 177. -Lieutenant Colonel Stephen R Gilkyson, Sixth Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 178. -Major Frederick Cooper, Seventh New Jersey Infantry.
Numbers 179. -Brigadier General Washington L. Elliott, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division.
Numbers 180. -Colonel Benjamin F. Smith, One hundred and twenty-sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade.
Numbers 181. -Captain George E. Randolph, First Rhode Island Light Artilley, commanding Artilley Brigade, Third Army Corps.
Numbers 182. -Captain A. Judson Clark, Battery B, First New Jersey Light Artillery.
Numbers 183. -Captain George B. Winslow, Battery D, First New York Light Artillery.