Numbers 112. - Lieutenant John W. Roder, Battery K. Fourth U. S. Artillery.
Numbers 113. - Lieutenant James Gilliss, Batteries C and I, Fifth U. S. Artillery, of operations June 12-30.
Numbers 114. - Major General Gouverneur K. Warren, U. S. Army, commanding Fifth Army Corps, of operations July 27-30.
Numbers 115. - Colonel William S. Tilton, Twenty-second Massachusetts Infantry, commanding First Brigade, First Division.
Numbers 116. - Lieutenant Colonel Joseph F. Ramsey, One hundred and eighty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 117. - Major Mason W. Burt, Twenty-second Massachusetts Infantry, Second Brigade.
Numbers 118. - Major James A. Cunningham, Thirty-second Massachusetts Infantry.
Numbers 119. - Major John D. Lentz, Ninety-first Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 120. - Colonel Alfred L. Pearson, One hundred and fifty-fifth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 121. - Major Oliver B. Knowles, Twenty-first Pennsylvania Cavalry (dismounted).
Numbers 122. - Major Ellis Spear, Twentieth Maine Infantry, Third Brigade, of operations June 12-21.
Numbers 123. - Captain Benjamin F. Meservey, Eighteenth Massachusetts Infantry, of operations June 12-July 20.
Numbers 124. - Lieutenant Colonel William A. Throop, First Michigan Infantry.
Numbers 125. - Captain Guy W. Fuller, Sixteenth Michigan Infantry.
Numbers 126. - Major Edward B. Knox, Forty-fourth New York Infantry.
Numbers 127. - Lieutenant Colonel De Witt C. McCoy, Eighty-third Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 128. - Lieutenant Colonel Charles P. Herring, One hundred and eighteenth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 129. - Colonel Samuel A. Graham, Purnell Legion, Maryland Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, Second Division, including operations June 5-August 20.
Numbers 130. - Colonel Richard N. Bowerman, Fourth Maryland Infantry.
Numbers 131. - Lieutenant Colonel Michael Wiedrich, Fifteenth New York Heavy Artillery, Third Brigade.
Numbers 132. - Brigadier General Samuel W. Crawford, U. S. Army, commanding third Division, of operations June 17.
Numbers 133. - Brigadier General Lysander Cutler, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division.
Numbers 134. - Major Merit C. Welsh, Seventh Indiana Infantry, First Brigade.
Numbers 135. - Colonel J. William Hofman, Fifty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade.
Numbers 136. - Captain James E. Baily, Third Delaware Infantry.
Numbers 137. - Lieutenant Colonel Charles E. La Motte, Fourth Delaware Infantry, of operations June 1-30.
Numbers 138. - Lieutenant Colonel John E. Cook, Seventy-sixth New York Infantry.
Numbers 139. - Major Robert W. Bard, Ninety-fifth New York Infantry.
Numbers 140. - Lieutenant Colonel George Harney, One hundred and forty-seventh New York Infantry.
Numbers 141. - Major John T. Jack, Fifty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry.
Numbers 142. - Colonel Charles s. Wainwright, First New York Light Artillery, commanding Artillery Brigade.
Numbers 143. - Lieutenant Robert E. Rogers, Battery B, First New York Light Artillery.
Numbers 144. - Lieutenant Lester I. Richardson, Battery D, First New York Light Artillery.
Numbers 145. - Lieutenant James B. Hazelton, Battery E, First New York Light Artillery, of operations July 11-30.
Numbers 146. - Captain Charles E. Mink, Battery H, First New York Light Artillery, of operations June 18-July 30.
Numbers 147. - Lieutenant Charles L. Anderson, Battery L, First New York Artillery.
Numbers 148. - Major Henry R. Dalton, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army, First Division, Sixth Army Corps, of operations June 12-July 9.