(Army of the Potomac.)
Major General GEORGE CROOK.
Brigadier General HENRY E. DAVIES, Jr.
1st New Jersey:
Colonel Hugh H. Janeway.*
Major Walter R. Robbins.
10th New York, Colonel M. Henry Avery.
24th New York:
Colonel Walter C. Newberry.+
Lieutenant Colonel Melzer Richards.++
Major William A. Snyder.
1st Pennsylvania (five companies), Major Hampton S. Thomas.@
2nd U. S. Artillery, Battery A, Lieutenant James H. Lord.
Bvt. Brigadier General J. IRVIN GREGG.#
Colonel SAMUEL B. M. YOUNG.
4th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Alender P. Duncan.
8th Pennsylvania (eight companies), Lieutenant Colonel William A. Corrie.
Lieutenant Colonel John K. Robison.^
Major William H. Fry.
21st Pennsylvania, Colonel Oliver B. Knowles.
1st U. S. Artillery, Batteries H and I,** Lieutenant Chandler P. Eakin.
Bvt. Brigadier General CHARLES H. SMITH.
1st Maine, Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan P. Cilley.
2nd New York Mounted Rifles:
Major Paul Chadbourne.+
Colonel John Fisk.++
6th Ohio, Captain Matthew H. Cryer.
13th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Stephen R. Clark.
[See also Cavalry Division, Army of the James, p. 580.]
ARMY OF THE JAMES.
Major General EDWARD O. C. ORD.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company D, Captain Edwin A. Evans.
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Company I, Captain Osbourn Wattson.
1st New York, Bvt. Brigadier General James F. Hall.
3rd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Company I, Captain John Pickering, jr.
4th Massachusetts, Companies I, L, and M, Colonel Francis Washburn.++++
5th Massachusetts (colored), Colonel Charles F. Adams, jr.
7th New York (1st Mounted Rifles),@@ Colonel Edwin V. Sumner.
DEFENSES OF BERMUDA HUNDRED.
Major General GEORGE L. HARTSUFF.
Bvt. Major General EDWARD FERRERO.
Bvt. Brigadier General GILBERT H. McKIBBIN.
41st New York, Lieutenant Colonel Detleo von Einsiedel.
103rd New York, Captain William Redlick.
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Major Benjamin F. Winger.
104th Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Colonel Theophilus Kephart.
Colonel GEORGE C. KIBBE.
6th New York Heavy Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Baker.
10th New York Heavy Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel G. de Peyster Arden.
*Killed April 5.
+Wounded March 31.
++Mortally wounded April 5.
@Wounded April 5.
#Captured April 7.
^Wounded April 7.
**Detached with Artillery Brigade, Ninth Army Corps.
++In command from April 3.
++++Mortally wounded April 6.
@@On expedition into North Carolina.