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No. 3. Organization of the Union forces, commanded by Major General Philip H. Sheridan, U. S. Army, at the battle of Winchester [or the Opequon], Va., September 19.

HEADQUARTERS ESCORT.

6th U. S. Cavalry, Captain Ira W. Claflin.

SIXTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General HORATIO G. WRIGHT.

ESCORT.

1st Michigan Cavalry, Company G, LieutenantWilliam H. Wheeler.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General DAVID A. RUSSELL.

Brigadier General EMORY UPTON.

Colonel OLIVER EDWARDS.

First Brigade.

LieutenantColonel EDWARD L. CAMBELL.

4th New Jersey, Captain Baldwin Hufty.

10th New Jersey, Major Lambert Boeman.

15th New Jersey, Captain William T. Cornish.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General EMORY UPTON.

Colonel JOSEPH E. HAMBLIN.

2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Colonel Ranald

S. Mackenzie.

65th New York:

Colonel Joseph E. Hamblin.

Captain Henry C. Fisk.

121st New York, Captain John D. P. Douw.

95th Pennsylvania, * Captain Francis J.

96th Pennsylvania, * Randall.

Third Brigade.

Colonel OLIVER EDWARDS.

Colonel ISAAC C. BASSETT.

37th Massachusetts, LieutenantColonel George L. Montague.

49th Pennsylvania, LieutenantColonel Baynton J. Hickman.

82nd Pennsylvania, Colonel Isaac C. Bassett.

119th Pennsylvania, LieutenantColonel Gideon Clark.

2nd Rhode Island [battalion], Captain Elisha H. Rhodes.

5th Wisconsin [battalion], Major Charles W. Kempf.

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General GEORGE W. GETTY.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General FRANK WHEATON.

62nd New York, LieutenantColonel Theodore B.

Hamilton.

93rd Pennsylvania, LieutenantColonel John S.

Long.

98th Pennsylvania, LieutenantColonel John B.

Kohler.

102nd Pennsylvania, Major James H. Coleman.

139th Pennsylvania, Major Robert Munroe.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JAMES M. WARNER.

LieutenantColonel AMASA S. TRACY.+

2nd Vermont, Major Enoch E. Johnson.

3rd Vermont,

4th Vermont, Major Horace W. Floyd.

5th Vermont, Captain Addison Brown,jr.

6th Vermont, Captain Martin W. Davis.

11th Vermont [1st Heavy Artillery], Major

Aldace F. Walker.

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*Guarding trains and not engaged in the battle.

+Superintended a portion of the line.

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