War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0107 THE MOBILE CAMPAIGN.

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Third Brigade.

Colonel CONRAD KREZ.

33rd Iowa, Colonel Cyrus H. Mackey.

77th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel William E. Stevens.

27th Wisconsin, Captain Charles H. Cunningham.

28th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Edmund B. Gray.

Artillery.

New York Light, 21st Battery, Captain James Barnes.

New York Light, 26th Battery, Lieutenant Adam Beattie.

SIXTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General ANDREW J. SMITH.

PONTONIERS.

114th Illinois, Major John M. Johnson.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General JOHN McARTHUR.

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM L. McMILLEN.

33rd Illinois, Colonel Charles E. Lippincott.

26th Indiana, Colonel John G. Clark.

93rd Indiana, Colonel De Witt C. Thomas.

10th Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel P. Jennison.

72nd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Charles G. Eaton.

95th Ohio, Lieutenant Jefferson Brumback.

Second Brigade.

Colonel LUCIUS F. HUBBARD.

47th Illinois:

Major Edward Bonham.

Colonel David W. Magee.

5th Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Gere.

9th Minnesota, Colonel Josiah F. Marsh.

11th Missouri, Major Modesta J. Green.

8th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Britton.

Third Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM R. MARSHALL.*

12th Iowa, Major Samuel G. Knee.

35th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Keeler.

7th Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel George Bradley.

33rd Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel William H. Heath.

Artillery.

Indiana Light, 3rd Battery, Captain Thomas J. Ginn.

Iowa Light, 2nd Battery, Captain Joseph R. Reed.

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General KENNER GARRARD.

First Brigade.

Colonel JOHN I. RINAKER.

119th Illinois, Colonel Thomas J. Kinney.

122nd Illinois:

Lieutenant Colonel James F. Drish.+

Major James F. Chapman.

89th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Hervey Craven.

21st Missouri, Captain Charles W. Tracy.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General JAMES I. GILBERT.

117th Illinois, Colonel Risdon M. Moore.

27th Iowa, Major George W. Howard.

32nd Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Gustavus A. Eberhart.

10th Kansas (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Hills.

6th Minnesota, Lieutenant Colonel Hiram P. Grant.

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*Wounded March 25.

+Wounded April 9.

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