War of the Rebellion: Serial 088 Page 0616 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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Third Brigade.

Brigadier General EDWARD S. BRAGG.

7th Indiana, Major Merit C. Welsh.

19th Indiana, Major William Orr.

24th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Albert M. Edwards.

6th Wisconsin, Captain Thomas Kerr.

7th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Mark Finnicum.

1st Battalion New York Sharpshooters (three companies).



Massachusetts Light, 3rd Battery (C), Lieutenant Aaron F. Walcott.

Massachusetts Light, 5th Battery (E), Lieutenant Joseph E. Spear.

Massachusetts Light, 9th Battery, Lieutenant Richard S. Milton.

1st New York Light, Battery B, Lieutenant Robert E. Rogers.

1st New York Light, Battery C, Captain Almont Barnes.

1st New York Light, Battery D, Lieutenant Lester I. Richardson.

1st New York Light, Battery E, Captain Angell Matthewson.

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

1st New York Light, Battery L, Lieutenant Charles L. Anderson.

New York Light, 15th Battery, Captain Patrick Hart.

1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery B, Lieutenant William C. Miller.

4th United States, Battery B, Lieutenant James Stewart.

5th United States, Battery D, Lieutenant William E. Van Reed.


Major General JOHN G. PARKE.


3rd New Jersey Cavalry (detachment), Lieutenant John S. Hough.


8th United States, Lieutenant Hanson E. Weaver.


Brigadier General JOHN F. HARTRANFT.

First Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH H. BARNES.

21st Massachusetts (three companies), Captain Orange S. Sampson.

29th Massachusetts, Captain Willard D. Tripp.

35th Massachusetts, Lieutenant George M. Farrington.

56th Massachusetts, Captain Abijah Hollis.

57th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Albert Doty.

59th Massachusetts, Major Joseph Colburn.

100th Pennsylvania, Captain Joseph H. Pentecost.

Second Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel GILBERT P. ROBINSON.

3rd Maryland (four companies), Captain David J. Weaver.

179th New York (seven companies), Lieutenant Colonel Franklin B. Doty.

14th New York Heavy Artillery, Major George M. Randall.