War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0573 Chapter LVIII. THE APPOMATTOX CAMPAIGN.

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NINTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General JOHN G. PARKE.

PROVOST GUARD.

79th New York, Major Andrew D. Baird.

FIRST DIVISION.

Bvt. Major General ORLANDO B. WILLCOX.

First Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL HARRIMAN.

8th Michigan, Major Richard N. Doyle.

27th Michigan, Colonel Charles Waite.

109th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Colwert K. Pier.

51st Pennsylvania, Colonel William J. Bolton.

37th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel John Green.

38th Wisconsin:

Colonel James Bintliff.

Major Robert N. Roberts.

Second Brigade.

Bvt. Colonel RALPH ELY.

1st Michigan Sharpshooters:

Lieutenant Colonel Asahel W. Nichols.*

Major Edwin J. Buckbee.

2nd Michigan, Captain John C. Boughton.

20th Michigan, Captain Albert A. Day.

46th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Adolph Becker.

60th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Martin P. Avery.

50th Pennsylvania, Major Samuel K. Schwenk.

Third Brigade.

Bvt. Colonel GILBERT P. ROBINSON.

Colonel JAMES BINTLIFF.+

3rd Maryland (four companies):

Captain Joseph F. Carter.

Bvt. Colonel Gilbert P. Robinson.

29th Massachusetts, Captain John M. Deane.

57th Massachusetts, Captain Albert W. Cook.

59th Massachusetts, Major Ezra P. Gould.

18th New Hampshire, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph M. Clough.

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

100th Pennsylvania, Major Norman J. Maxwell.

Acting Engineers.

17th Michigan, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick W. Swift.

SECOND DIVISION.

Bvt. Major General ROBERT B. POTTER.*

Brigadier General SIMON G. GRIFFIN.

First Brigade.

Bvt. Brigadier General JOHN I. CURTIN.

35th Massachusetts, Colonel Sumner Carruth.

36th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel Thaddeus L. Barker.

58th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel John C. Whiton.

39th New Jersey, Colonel Abram C. Wildrick.

51st New York, Captain Thomas B. Marsh.

45th Pennsylvania:

Captain Roland C. Cheeseman.*

Bvt. Colonel Theodore Gregg.

48th Pennsylvania:

Colonel George W. Gowan.++

Lieutenant Colonel Isaac F. Brannon.

7th Rhode Island, Bvt. Colonel Percy Daniels.

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*Wounded April 2.

+In command from April 2.

++Killed April 2.

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