ELEVENTH ARMY CORPS. *
Major General Oliver O. Howard.
1st Indiana Cavalry, Companies I and K, Captain Abram Sharra.
8th New York Infantry (one company), Lieutenant Herman Foerster.
FIRST DIVISION. Brigadier General Francis C. Barlow. Brigadier General Adelbert Ames.
First Brigade. Colonel Leopold von Gilsa.
1st New York (nine companies), Lieutenant Colonel Detleo von Einsiedel. 54th New York: Major Stephen Kovacs. Lieutenant Ernst Both [?].
68th New York, Colonel Gotthilf Bourry.
153rd Pennsylvania, Major John F. Frueauff.
Second Brigade. Brigadier General Adelbert Ames. Colonel Andrew L. Harris. 17th Connecticut: Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fowler. Major Allen G. Brady. 25th Ohio:Lieutenant Colonel Jeremiah Williams Captain Nathaniel J. Manning. Lieutenant William Maloney. Lieutenant Israel White.
75th Ohio: Colonel Andrew L. Harris. Captain George B. Fox.
107th Ohio: Colonel Seraphim Meyer. Captain John M. Lutz.
SECOND DIVISION. Brigadier General Adolph von Steinwehr.
First Brigade. Colonel Charles R. Coster.
134th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Allan H. Jackson.
154th New York, Lieutenant Colonel D. B. Allen.
27th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel LOrenz Cantador.
73rd Pennsylvania, Captain D. F. Kelly. Second Brigade. Colonel Orland Smith.
33rd Massachusetts, Colonel Adin B. Undervood.
136th New York, Colonel James Wood, jr. 55th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Long.
Major General Carl. Schurz.
Brigadier General Alex Schimmelfennig. Colonel George von Amsberg.
82nd Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Edward S. Salomon.
45th New York: Colonel George von Amsberg. Lieutenant Colonel Adolphus Dobke. 157th New York, Colonel Philip P. Brown, jr.
61st Ohio, Colonel Stephen J. McGroarty.
74th Pennsylvania: Colonel Adolph von Hartung. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander von Mitzel. Captain Gustav Schleiter. Captain Henry Krauseneck.
Second Brigade. Colonel W. Krzyzanowski.
58th New York: Captain Emil Koenig.
119th New York: Colonel John T. Lockman. Lieutenant Colonel Edward F. Lloyd. 82nd Ohio: Colonel James S. Robinson. Lieutenant Colonel David Thomson.
75th Pennsylvania: Colonel Francis Mahler. Major August Ledig.
26th Wisconsin: Lieutenant Colonel Hans Boebel. Captain John W. Fuchs.
*During the interval betwen the death of General Reynolds and the arrival of General Hancock, on the afternoon of July 1, all the troops on the field of battle were commanded by General Howard, General Schurz taking command of the Eleventh Corps, And General Schimmelfennig of the Third Division.