War of the Rebellion: Serial 059 Page 0556 KY., SW. VA., TENN., MISS., ALA., AND N. GA. Chapter XLIV.

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Third Brigade.

Colonel DAVID IRELAND.

60th New York, Colonel Abel Godard.

78th New York, Colonel Herbert von Hammerstein.

102nd New York, Colonel James C. Lane.

137th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Koert S. Van Voorhis.

149th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Charles B. Randall.

29th Pennsylvania, Colonel William Richards, jr.

111th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Walker.

Artillery.

Captain WILLIAM WHEELER.

New York Light, 13th Battery, Captain William Wheeler.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery E, Captain James D. McGill.

THIRD DIVISION.

Major General DANIEL BUTTERFIELD.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General WILLIAM T. WARD.

102nd Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel James M. Mannon.

105th Illinois, Colonel Daniel Dustin.

129th Illinois, Colonel Henry Case.

70th Indiana, Colonel Benjamin Harrison.

79th Ohio, Colonel Henry G. Kennett.

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL ROSS.

20th Connecticut, Colonel Samuel Ross.

85th Indiana, Colonel John P. Baird.

19th Michigan, Colonel Henry C. Gilbert.

22nd Wisconsin, Colonel William L. Utley.

Third Brigade.

Colonel JAMES WOOD, jr.

33rd Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Godfrey Rider, jr.

136th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Lester B. Faulkner.

55th Ohio, Colonel Charles B. Gambee.

73rd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Long.

26th Wisconsin, Major Frederick C. Winkler.

Artillery.

Captain MARCO B. GARY.

1st Michigan Light, Battery I, Captain Luther R. Smith.

1st Ohio Light, Battery C, Captain Marco B. Gary.

FOURTH DIVISION.*

(Organization incomplete.)

For composition of the First (Granger's) Brigade, see post of Nashville, p. 560; and for the artillery and unassigned infantry, see posts of Bridgeport, Clarksville, Fort Donelson, and Gallatin, District of Nashville, p. 560.