War of the Rebellion: Serial 045 Page 0451 Chapter XXXIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -UNION.

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Third Brigade*

Colonel CHARLES KLECKNER.

168th New York, Colonel William R. Brown.

172nd Pennsylvania, Liet. Colonel James A. Johnson.

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General GEORGE H. GORDON.

First Brigade

Colonel WILLIAM GURNEY.

127th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Stewart L. Woodford.

142nd New York, Colonel N. Martin Curtis.

143rd New York, Colonel Horace Boughton.

144th New York. Colonel David E. Gregory.

Second Brigade.

Colonel BURR PORTER.

22nd Connecticut, + Colonel Gorge S. Burnham.

40th Massachusetts, Major Joseph M Day.

141st New York, Lieutenant Colonel William K. Logie.

Artillery.

4th Wisconsin Battery, Captain John. F. Valee.

RESERVE ARTILLERY.

Captain JAMES McKNIGHT.

1st New York Light, Battery F, ++ Captain William R. Wilson.

1st New York Light, Battery H, Captain Charles E. Mink.

1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery H, Captain Andrew Fagan.

5st United States, Battery M, Captain James McKnight.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Independent Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M. WEST.

139th New York, Colonel Anthony Conk.

178th Pennsylvania, Colonel James Johnson.

179th Pennsylvania, Colonel William H. Blair.

Not Brigaded.

4th Delaware, Colonel Arthur H. Grimshaw.

6th New York Cavalry (3rd Battalion), Major William P. Hall.

5th Pennsylvania Cavalry, $ Lieutenant Colonel William Lewis.

SEVENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General JOHN A. DIX.

FIRST DIVISION.!

Brigadier General MICHAEL CORCORANN.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General HENNRY D. TERRY.

26th Michigan, Colonel Judson S. Farrar.

1st New York Battalion Sharpshooters, Captain Joseph S. Arnold.

130th New York, Colonel Alfred Gibbs.

152nd New York, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Thompson.

167th Pennsylvania, Colonel Joseph D. Davis.

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*Station not reported. Probably at Yorktown.

+Ordered to Yorktown.

++ Reported at Yorktown.

$Detachment reported with Second Brigade, First Division.

!The Third Brigade, Artillery Brigade, and the "attached" reported at Suffolk, under command of Brigadier-General Corcoran, who succeeded Major-General Peck in command, June 17. Terry's and Foster's brigades reported at White House.

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