Brigadier General SIMON G. GRIFFIN.
Colonel WALTER HARRIMAN.
Lieutenant Colonel Edward L. Getchell.*
Captain Ebenezer S. Kyes.
2nd Maryland, Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin F. Taylor.
Major Zabdiel B. Adams.
Colonel Stephen M. Weld, jr.+
6th New Hampshire, Lieutenant Colonel Phin P. Bixby.
9th New Hampshire, Captain John B. Cooper.
11th New Hampshire:
Colonel Walter Harriman.
Captain Hollis O. Dudley.
179th New York:
Colonel William M. Gregg.*
Major Albert A. Terrill.
186th New York:
Colonel Bradley Winslow.*
Lieutenant Colonel E. Jay Marsh.
Major Lyman E. Knapp.*
Colonel Francis V. Randall.
Bvt. Major General JOHN F. HARTRANFT.
Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM H. H. McCALL.
Colonel ALFRED B. McCALMONT.++
Major Jacob Rehrer.
Lieutenant Colonel William H. H. McCall.
208th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Mish T. Heintzelman.
209th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel George W. Frederick.
Colonel JOSEPH A. MATHEWS.
Major B. Mortimer Morrow.*
Captain Joseph G. Holmes.
207th Pennsylvania, Colonel Robert C. Cox.@
211th Pennsylvania, Colonel Levi A. Dodd.
Bvt. Brigadier General JOHN C. TIDBALL.
Maine Light, 7th Battery (G), Captain Adelbert B. Twitchell.
Massachusetts Light, 11th Battery, Captain Edward J. Jones.
New York Light, 19th Battery, Captain Edward W. Rogers.
New York Light, 27th Battery, Captain John B. Eaton.
New York Light, 34th Battery, Bvt. Major Jacob Roemer.
Pennsylvania Light, Battery D, Captain Samuel H. Rhoads.
2nd Pennsylvania, Colonel William W. Sanders.
Bvt. Brigadier General CHARLES H. T. COLLIS.
1st Massachusetts Cavalry (eight companies), Major John Tewksbury.
61st Massachusetts, Colonel Charles F. Walcott.
80th New York (20th Militia), Colonel Jacob B. Hardenbergh.
Colonel Andrew H. Tippin.#
Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Winslow.
Captain Henry M. Eddy.^
Captain John R. Waterhouse.
*Wounded April 2.
+In command from April 4.
++In command from April 3.
@In command of brigade parts of April 2 and 3.
#Disabled April 2.
^Mortally wounded April 2.