Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, Revisits the Battlefield

25 08 2022

Manassas Junction
Sunday, April 6th 1862

Dear Father,

You no doubt will be surprised when you see this. We left Camp Franklin Thursday morning about 11 o’clock, marched to Alexandria & there took the cars for Manassas. Arrived all safe. As we came through the deserted camps of the Rebs, it was shameful to see the destruction of property. Locomotives & cars burnt right on the track.

Yesterday morning, Friday, I started for the old battle ground of the 21st of July last, arrived there about noon—it being about seven miles from where we are encamped. You cannot imagine my feelings when there & seeing the bones of our boys bleaching in the sun. It made my blood boil. There were a number of bones found of men belonging to our regiment which we buried over and there being a minister present, held a short service of the bones. His name was Parker. I went to the spot where Co. Ellsworth’s Fire Zouaves fought & there were the bones of nearly a dozen of them exposed to the gaze of the passers by. I helped cover them over again. I have now with [me] one of the ribs which was detached from the back bone & intend sending it home when convenient. I also have a piece of one of the Zouaves red shirts which I enclose in this and the girls can work it into a piece or needlework to keep in remembrance of those brave men.

I visited the old stone house where I carried John Clague. It looked natural—only has been torn to pieces pretty well. It still bears the mark of the cannon shot.

This is a rough sketch of the stone house. It was a tough sight to see these bones of our comrades thus exposed.

I suppose by the time you get this you will have received letters I sent by David Scott with the draft in. We expect to go on tomorrow towards the Rappahannock. The whole of McDowell’s Corps are now coming on. I will write again soon but you must answer this as soon as you get it. Give me all the news. So goodbye for the present. Your affectionate son, — John B. Edson

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Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Eve of Battle

24 08 2022

In camp 5 Miles beyond Fairfax Court House
and within 2 Miles of the Rebel Batteries
July 20th [1861]

My Dear parents,

I’m writing this under peculiar trials and circumstances as I’m seated in one of the camp wagons trying to write to you, my ever loved and to be loved parents.

We left Washington last Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock. The order for marching came very suddenly. We marched until 11 o’clock that night to a place 11 miles from Fairfax, there encamped until the next morning at 7 when we started on and such a march it beggars description—one of the hottest days I ever saw, if not the hottest. Men [were] falling out of the ranks at every step exhausted. I stood it until the last when men who had worked in the harvest fields at home in the morning said said if they had had another mile to march, should have dropped in the road. The rebels having poisoned several wells and destroyed others made it very bad for us.

We arrived at Fairfax at two o’clock. We expected to find a large secession force there but they had eloped. Consequently we were disappointed. We stayed in Fairfax from 12 o’clock of that day until 4 o’clock of the next day. We lived on the spoils taken from the secessionists. While there the boys took their guns and shot chickens, geese, pigs and even bullocks. One party went to a farmer’s house some two miles off and found 7 bottles of wine, pies, cakes, &c. No one at home. Fairfax was a deserted hole.

Started at 4 o’clock for this camp where we arrived at 7 o’clock [and] set our picket guard that night. That was a night indeed to me. I can assure you, I laid down upon the ground with a blanket over me [and] it commenced raining soon after and I was wet through. About 12 o’clock we were awakened by the firing upon our pickets. We all jumped up and seized our arms. During that hour volley after volley came pouring in. Such a sight! Men standing whispering to one another. Our Colonel came around and told us to lie down by our guns which we did only to be awakened by another alarm.

While I’m writing I hear the artillery booming in the distance towards the rebels’ batteries. I suppose you have heard of the battle on the 18th [see Battle of Blackburn’s Ford]. It was a small affair [paper creased] troops they having to retreat. The Colonel who led them on did so contrary to the orders of Scott. We lost some two hundred men. Gen. Scott is expected to be here this evening to plan the attack. It is this—to shell the batteries, then pour in shot until they are burned out, then bring on the infantry and give them the bayonet. We are waiting now for the shells to come on so we can proceed wit hthe battle. There will be severe fighting. We will in all probability be in Richmond some time next week. Our Colonel told our Orderly when he asked him for a sword that he would scarcely need one for we would all be home in three weeks. I tell you, it is tough. We will have all of Virginia in our possession before another month. I hope I shall live to see you all again. I often think of home and all its comforts. Tell all my friends if they write to direct to Washington.

John B. Edson, Company E, 27th Regt. N. Y. S. V., Washington D. C.

I wrote to you when in Washington but have received no answer. I will get it if you write. I have received no money yet. Probably will not until we are again in Washington. Let me know how you are getting along and what the people think of the movement of the army in Virginia. I hope to see you before many months are passed. It is very warm today. My love to all. Ever your affectionate son, — J. B. E.

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Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Death* of Pvt. John Clague

8 01 2021

From Capt. Wanzer’s Company.

Camp Anderson,
Washington, July 23d.

Dear Sir: – You no doubt have heard of the great battle fought on Sunday last. Our regiment was brought in to the hottest of the affray. I have a painful duty to perform. It is with a trembling hand I inform you of the death of your son John. He fell by my side mortally wounded in the right shoulder. He lived about two hours and a half. Myself and two others carried him to a stone building nearby, used as a Hospital by our troops while in action. I made him as comfortable as possible. He deemed to take everything very easy and died nobly. Our troops had to retreat, and consequently could not bring him off the field. We’ll try however, and obtain it by a flag of truce if the rebels will respect it. John was thought a great deal of in camp. He was quite and took everything very cool. I am in hopes of getting a furlough for a week or two, until our regiment is made up again, it having been terribly cut to pieces, and then will give you a full account of his death.

[To] William Clague.

J. B. Edson.

Rochester (New York) Evening Express, 7/26/1861

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Camp Anderson
Washington D. C.
July 25th [1861]

My dear sister Hattie,

After the eventful scenes of Sunday last, my mind is much disturbed. I have no appetite for the trash that is presented to us. If you had been anywhere near to have perceived our army as it wended its way through the streets of Washington—it was raining very hard & had been for some time. My jacket I threw away as an encumbrance just before entering the battlefield. O! such a scene. It baffles description. But I’m not sorry. The 27th [New York] Regiment has established a name that will live in history. They, next to the Fire Zouaves of New York, are warm in the hearts of the citizens of Rochester.

The evening of our arrival, Ladies flocked around and with their kindness and attention, ministered to our wants. The Ladies of this place give me a supper this evening.

I can hardly realize that I’m in the land of the living when thinking of that hour. There is a feeling of thankfulness comes over me.

Johnny Clague told me why lying on the field that he was glad the victory was ours. Poor boy. He little thought before the time the afternoon was over we would be on the retreat. He died nobly, cool and collected as if on parade. I was with him all the time until the rebels fired into the house where he was but he died before they had time to torture his body further.

I’m trying to obtain a furlough of a week’s respite to recruit my strength. I hope I may succeed. Give my love to Anna M. I often think of her, and all my friends. Has Father found work yet and where? Get Ann’s and your likeness and send them to me and oblige.

Your brother, — J B. Edson

Tell Ben Swift I will write him in a few days.

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Camp Anderson, Washington D. C.
August 2nd 1861

My dear Sister,

I received a letter from you, Mother & Annie last evening as I was preparing to send some money $10 in gold by our Lieut. [Charles S.] Baker. He is to leave it at Mr. Blackford’s with Albert. He will deliver it to Father. You can tell him that I received $15 only. I send him 10 as I would probably lose it if I had it with me.

My mind is so confused this morning that I can hardly write at all. There is one thing I wish you and the rest of our folks to understand—also my friends—that I wish no more of my letters to be published or any extracts of them. If I see any more of them in any of the papers, I shall immediately cease writing. I’m not joking now. It is not very pleasant for me. You do as I tell you and all will be well.

Your letter came just in time as I had began to have the blues. The letter I received last night from you was the only one I received from home since I returned from Bulls Run. I expect every day to hear of the order for the Grand Army to proceed across the river again under the command of a man though younger in years than our former one, understands his business a great deal better, and one who will lead us to victory. We never will return but with victory perched upon upon our banner. You never heard of victory being achieved when contending against such odds. 18,000 men engaging 80,000 and they behind batteries concealed and manned with rifled cannons. But I have said enough on this subject.

You wished to know whether John Clague (all honor be to his memory) died contented with his fate, or rather, did he die a christian. I was with him the most of the time which he lived after he fell. I thought of speaking to him on the subject, but he was in too much agony—his pain being intense. You could touch him no place just what it seemed to torture him. God, I trust, has taken care of him.

Tell Annie I will surely write her within two days. I have been very unwell for the last 3 or 4 days having had the neuralgia in my face. Have you seen Bill Lockhart since the fight at Bulls Run? I don’t believe I will be able to go home. If my health does not improve enough by the time we have to march again, I will apply for an honorable discharge. Our [Colonel] will in all probability be elected to a Brigadier Generalship. His name has appeared first on the list for that post. You no doubt saw a piece in the paper (the [Rochester Evening] Express) about him. Oh! he is a noble man.

I should like to see home before I go into another engagement as I have a strong presentiment if in another engagement, I shall not escape. I often think of Annie McMillan. I thought of her once on the field of battle. Would I be saying too much, Em, if I should say it was love. But it is really so—she is a lovely girl both in looks and disposition. But as you say, there is no chance for me there. Dare you question her on such a subject? Give her my love.

Tell Albert to write to me immediately. Goodbye. God bless you.

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27th New York Infantry Roster

*Per the regimental roster, John Clague mustered out with his company on 5/31/1863. Hospital steward Daniel Bosley of Co. E. reported Clague killed instantly. Pvt. Duncan Brown of Co. E reported Clague died after about an hour. Clague was however reported very much alive after the battle by Co. E’s Corp. W. H. Merrell in his account of his captivity after the battle. John Clague of Co. E died in 1921 per FindAGrave

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T. H. C., On the 2nd Vermont Infantry In the Battle

14 05 2020

Correspondence of the Journal
The Second Vermont Regiment.

“T. H. C.” writing from Washington, July 24, to the Burlington Times, furnishes additional particulars respecting the Vermont Regiment, from which it will be seen that they were not furnished with the new Enfield guns which were promised, but went into the battle with their old “smooth bores.” Some luck regiment undoubtedly had the nice rifled guns which we understand were offered to Vermont by parties in Canada, but refused. – The War Department had given no authority to purchase them, and of course it could not be done! We give the principal portion of the letter as follows:

Our men, wearied and fatigued by the long march in the sun, without breakfast and water, and being attacked at once upon their arrival, it will be seen they fought at great disadvantages. In fact it seems almost incredible that they could have endured it half the time they did. – The Vermont regiment was the first in the brigade, as I am informed, to commence the action, and were kept in the hottest of the battle most of the time, and were the last to leave the field, and never during the whole engagement did they exhibit any dissatisfaction, until the order came to retreat. With this they were very much displeased.

The enemy used the best rifled cannon, mostly, bringing their infantry and cavalry into action only when necessary to make a charge. It must be evident to every one that under these circumstances, armed as our regiment was with the poorest arms, they could not do great execution against an enemy thus protected, however brave and determined they might be. I have seen every captain and officer of our regiment since the engagement, and received from each their statement as to their particular commands, and the wonder is that they were not completely annihilated, and I have yet to see the first soldier who was not cool and fearless during the whole time, and who is not dissatisfied that they were called away. – The Battleboro Company, Captain Todd, being the Company carrying the flag, received the most injury, their captain receiving a ball through the throat in the early part of the action and was carried from the field.

While some companies were in worse positions than others and of course were called upon to do more, still there were none of them but what fought desperately and until the last moment.

Probably the Bennington Company, Capt. Walbridge, did more execution than the others, from the fact that they were the only company to have Minnie muskets or rifles. In every instance, Capt. W. told me, whenever he came into fair action with a company of rebels, he silenced them after four rounds. The other companies fought at a great disadvantage, their muskets being a poor weapon to contend with the rifles of the enemy. – Every Captain gives his men much credit for their obedience to orders and bravery during the whole action, and our whole regiment came from the field to Centreville in perfect order. Lieut. Col. Stannard, (although not well when he came on to the field) and Major Joyce behaved most nobly, gallantly and bravely – being at their posts in the midst of a perfect shower of balls and shot, rallying their men, and issuing their orders with coolness and dispatch. The men are universal in their expressions of praise and admiration of the conduct of these officers, as well as that of Adjutant Ladd, who passed from company to company in the midst of the thickest fight. Assistant Surgeon Carpenter remained at the Hospital, some two miles from the battle field to take care of the sick and wounded as they were brought in, and so remained in active discharge of his duties until the general rout, when the hospital was fired into by the rebels and destroyed – the sick escaping in every possible way they could – Surgeon Carpenter was the last to leave it, and not until every man was away. No man upon the field was more cool in the performance of his duties than Surgeon Ballou. He took upon himself the duty of going upon the field with the ambulances, to pick up the wounded and take them to the hospital, which proved to be the most dangerous part of all.

The enemy firing on the ambulances, in a short time every one which Dr. Ballou had was shot to pieces, with the wounded in them, he narrowly escaping many times, and finally, when he came in with the last one, it was struck by a ball, separating it from the horses, and about the same time a charge was made by the Black Horse cavalry, of Alexandria, which created a stampede, when the Doctor, mounting one of the horses, left the field. – This was after the whole army was in retreat, and there was general consternation. He soon found a wounded soldier, whom he put on the horse, and being separated from the regiment, made his way back to Alexandria walking through the woods 30 miles.

I regret to say that there is dissatisfaction with Col. Whiting, whether justly or unjustly in not for me to say. If all reports are correct it is due to him, and to the brave sons of Vermont who have fought so gallantly, that the matter should be investigated. Every soldier who survived is ready and anxious to march to the battle-field again; but under their present impression respecting the Col. they will enter a battle with little confidence.

Col. Bowdish, Wm. G. Shaw, John B. Page, F. Chaffee and myself spent Friday and Saturday last with the army at Centreville, and left about six hours before they were ordered to prepare for battle. Yesterday Col. B. and myself spent at Alexandria, gathering a list of the missing, which as near as we can ascertain up to the hour of writing, is as follows:

Company A, Capt. Walbridge, Bennington.

Andrew J. Noyes – Flesh wound below hip, was in ambulance coming from the field.
Wm. E. Murphy – Left on the field to take care of Noyes.
Thomas Morissey – Sick before the battle and supposed to be a prisoner.

Company B, Capt. Hope, Castleton.

Warren Gifford, Danby – Wounded in the hand, left camp at Centreville.
Jeremiah Bolton, Hydeville – Flesh wound in thigh, last seen at hospital near field.
H. L. Breckensaid, Rutland – Killed.

Company C, Capt. Todd, Brattleboro’.

This is the only company which we have not full returns. The Capt. is at the National Hotel in this city and will soon be out. He says that about a dozen of his company are missing.

iCo. D, Capt. Dillingham, Waterbury.i

P. F. Flaherty – gave out on the field.
John Gwoing – wounded in the foot – last seen on the field.
John H. Murray, Duxbury, seen on field.
Dan. K. Stickey, Berling, seen on field.
These are supposed to be prisoners.

Co. E, Capt. Smith, Tunbridge.

Harrison Dewey, Royalton – last seen at Centreville, weary.
S. L. D. Goodale – last seen on retreat.
Edson Wiggins, Chelsea – last seen on retreat.
George A. Martin fell out before reaching the field.
A. Waldo, Royalton – left in the hospital at Centreville sick.

Co. F, Capt. Randall, Montpelier.

Victory Goodrich, Roxbury – Killed.
Benj. Taylor, Montpelier – last seen on the field.

Co. G, Capt. Drew, Burlington.

Capt. J.T. Drew was sick Saturday and when they were ordered to march insisted on going, and was last seen by Sergeant Bliss of Bennington Co. about 2 miles from the field at the hospital, probably prisoner.
Sergeant Geo. W. Woodward, Westford – last seen on retreat before the cavalry attack.
H. W. Conroe, South Hero – last seen on retreat before the cavalry attack.
Benj. Martin, South Hero – last seen on retreat before the cavalry attack.
John Redmond – last seen on field.
L. M. Wilson stopped at his fathers in Fairfax and probably Woodward may be with him.

Co. H, Capt. Burham, Fletcher.

Sergeant Woodbury, arm shot off and amputated, left the hospital near the field.
Geo. Streeter, Milton – wounded below knee pan in both legs, in Stone Church at Centreville.
Jehiel S. Bailey, Bakersfield – last seen on the field.
N. B. Lathrop, Cambridge – last seen on the field.
A. Paris, Fairfax – last seen on the field.
Eugene C. Sleeper, Fairfax – last seen on the field.

Co. I, Capt. Fullam, Ludlow.

John A. Leonard, Shrewsbury – wounded I the arm, last seen o the field.
Geo. H. Lewis, fifer, not seen since he went into the field.

Co. K, Capt. Eaton, Vergennes.

Henry Huntly, seen on retreat.

From this it will be seen there are but about 46 missing and but 8 known to be dead. Soldiers are constantly coming in, and as it is about 30 miles from the Potomac to the field of battle, and the country intervening being covered more or less with woods it will take some time for them to come in. I have no doubt the missing will be reduced to 20. I may ot be correct in all my account but have given from the best authority I could get.

Walton’s Daily Journal (Montpelier, VT), 7/29/1861

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Correspondence – USA Private

11 05 2008

Soldiers

“4th”, 4th Maine Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat, With Regimental Casualties

“A,” Co. I, 2nd Wisconsin, On the March, Blackburn’s Ford, Battle, and Retreat

Albert, Co. G, 3rd Maine Volunteer Infantry, On the Battle

G. S. A., Co, C, 3rd Maine Infantry, On the Capt. W. E. Jarvis in the Battle

G. W. B.,  Co. C, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Capt. William H. Baird, Co. H, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Maj. Sullivan Ballou, 2nd Rhode Island Volunteers, to his Wife

Capt. Henry Alanson Barnum, Co. I, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford (1)

Capt. Henry Alanson Barnum, Co. I, 12th New York Infantry, On the March and Blackburn’s Ford (2)

Capt. Henry Alanson Barnum, Co. I, 12th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat (3)

Surgeon Norman S. Barnes, 27th New York Infantry, On the Retreat

Pvt. William Barrett, U. S. Marine Battalion, On the Battle

Pvt. Edward H. Bassett, Co. G., 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Pvt. Edward H. Bassett, Co. G., 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Pvt. Caleb H. Beal, Co. H, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Leonard Belding, Co. K, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Dr. Luther V. Bell, Surgeon, 11th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Col. Hiram Berry, 4th ME Infantry, On the March to Manassas and the Battle

Lieutenant Lucius L. Bolles,  Co. A, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Pvt. Samuel Bond, Co. I, 71st New York State Militia, Last Letter

Hospital Steward Daniel W. Bosley, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Frank M. Boutelle, Co. I, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Corp. David A. Bower(s), Co. B, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. Augustus E. Bronson, Co. I, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Advance and Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. Duncan L. Brown, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. John Clay Brown, 14th Brooklyn, on his Return to the Battlefield

Pvt. George Coles Brown, Co. A, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Col. William H. Browne, 31st New York Infantry, On the Campaign

Sgt. Mark J. Bunnell, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Mark J. Bunnell, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Aftermath of the Battle

Lieut. William H. Burnett, Co. C, 14th NYSM, On the Battle

Corp. Alfred W. Burnham, Co. C, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle and His Wounding

Pvt. John W. Burrows, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Worcester Burrows, Co. C, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and the Retreat

Pvt. Robert Porter Bush, Co. D, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Byron, 13th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

“C”, Co. K, 27th New York Infantry, On the March and the Retreat

“C.”, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

A [?.] C., Co. A, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. Alexander Campbell, Co. F, 79th NY, Describes the Battle to His Wife

“Canonicus”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry (?), On the March to Manassas (1)

Pvt. Alexander Carolin, Co. A, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Pvt. James A. Coburn, Co. K, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle, Wounding, and Imprisonment

Pvt. Richard F. Cole, Co. H, 14th New York State Militia, On the Campaign

Pvt. Henry Harrison Comer, Co. A, 1st Ohio Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Wilbur D. Cook, Co. E, 13th New York Infantry, On the Return of the Regiment from the Field

Lt. George W. Cooney, Co. D, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John Alden Copeland, Co. G, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Col. Michael Corcoran’s Account of His Capture

Col. Michael Corcoran, 69th New York State Militia, On the Advance

Pvt. Jonathan Coward, Co. D, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

M. Crosbie, Co. E, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Pvt. John W. Day, Co. H, 1st Massachusetts, On the March, Blackburn’s Ford, and the Battle

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle (1)

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Sgt. Harrison Dewey, Co. E, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Campaign

Capt. Calvin S. DeWitt, Co. I, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Nicholas Taylor Dixon, Co. E, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Edward P. Doherty, Co. A, 71st New York State Militia, On the Battle, Capture, and Escape – With Casualty List

Pvt. John E. Donovan, Co. B, 2nd Wisconsin, On His Wounding In the Battle

Pvt. George W. Doty, Co. F, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. James P. Drouillard, Aide to Maj. George Sykes, U. S. Regular Battalion, On the Battle

H. J. E., 5th Maine, On the Battle

Ed, 12th New York Infantry, on Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Death of Pvt. John Clague

Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Eve of Battle

Pvt. John B. Edson, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, Revisits the Battlefield

Sgt. Robert E. Ellerbeck, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Charles N. Elliott, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

John Ellis and the 71st NY at Bull Run

Dr. P. W. Ellsworth, Connecticut Brigade, On the Battle

Pvt. Robert Alonzo Friend, Co. B, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Cpt. William Grosvenor Ely, Keyes’s Brigade Commissary, On Col. Keyes’s Conduct

Corp. Samuel J. English, Co. D, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Advance, Battle, and Retreat

J. J. F., 69th New York State Militia, On the Battle 

Pvt. Eugene H. Fales, Co. E, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. Charles W. Farrand, Co. F, 1st Michigan Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt George Field*, Co. H, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Capt. Richard Fitzgibbon, Co. H, 1st Connecticut Volunteers, On the Campaign

Sgt. Charles W. Fletcher, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Lt. Walter M. Fleming, Co. G (1st), 13th New York Infantry*, On His Brother’s Return to Washington

Sgt. William L. Fleming, Co. G (1st), 13th New York Infantry*, On the Battle

W. H. Foote, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Sgt. Abraham Ford, Co. H, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Col. Edward Brush Fowler, 14th New York State Militia, On Looting in Fairfax

Pvt. Frederick Fowler, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Frederick Frye, Infantry Co. D, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Lt. Eugene P. Fuller, Co. K, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Silas M. Fuller, Co. K, 4th Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Cpl. John Fulton, Co. L (Engineers), 14th New York State Militia, On the Campaign

“G.”, 2nd Connecticut Volunteers, On the 91Battle

J. H. G., Co. H, 71st NYSM, On the Battle (1)

J. H. G., Co. H, 71st NYSM, On the Battle (2)

Lt. James Gannon, Co. H, 69th New York State Militia, On His Captivity

Sgt. William H. Garrison, Co. I, 71st New York State Militia, On the Battle and Company Casualties

Pvt. Franklin E. Gates, Co. G, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

“Georgie,” Co. I, 71st New York State Militia, On the Battle and Retreat

Lt. Edwin S. Gilbert, Co. D, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Oliver S. Glenn, Co. A, 2nd Ohio Infantry (Regimental Band), On the Battle

Pvt. John Glennon (Glennen) Co. I, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Ezra C. Goodwin*, Co. D, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the March, Battle, and Retreat

Pvt. John E. Goundry, Co. B, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Thomas Green, Co. B, 11th Massachusetts Volunteers, On the Battle

Pvt. Ezra Greene, Co. H, 2nd Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry, On the Battle

Fifer Sherman Greig, Co. A 13th New York Infantry, On the Campaign

Capt. Simon Goodell Griffin, Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

“H”, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John C. Hallock, Co. A, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Surgeon Frank Hamilton, 31st NY, to The American Medical Times

Lt. Samuel M. Harmon, Co. I, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. Samuel S. Hersey, Jr., Co. K, 4th Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Clarence D. Hess, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Louis. L. Hingle, Co. E, 14th N. Y. S. M., On the Battle

2nd Lt. Robert Hitchcock, USMC to His Parents on the Eve of Battle

Pvt. Anson Hobart, Co. G (1st) F, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. William P. Holden, Co. H, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Charles Henry Howard*, Col O. O. Howard’s Brigade Staff, On the Battle and Retreat

Col. Oliver O. Howard, On the Battle

Surgeon George H. Hubbard, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, Casualty List for the Regiment

Chaplain Thornidke Jameson, “Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (1)

Chaplain Thorndike Jameson, “Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (2)

Chaplain Thorndike Jameson, “Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (3)

Chaplain Thorndike Jameson, “Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Chaplain Thorndike Jameson, “Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle’s Toll

Capt. Robert B. Jordan, Co. A, 14th New York State Militia, On Lt. Col. Edward B. Fowler in the Battle

Major Charles Herbert Joyce, 2nd Vermont, On the Battle

“Juvenis,” Battery A (Reynolds), 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, On the Battle and Retreat

2nd Lt. Gustav Kast, Co. A, 2nd Michigan Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. James Kelley, Co. G, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Sgt. John S. King, Co. D, 18th New York Infantry, On the Campaign

Lt. Edward Burgin Knox Co. A, 11th New York at Bull Run

J. B. L., Co. F, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Harry Lazarus, Co. G, 11th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Joseph Leavitt, Co. G, 5th Maine, On the Battle (1)

Pvt. Joseph Leavitt, Co. G, 5th Maine, On the Battle (2)

Pvt. Henry W. Link, Co. E, 11th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Lincoln Litchfield, Co. A, 3rd Maine Volunteer Infantry, On the Campaign

Surgeon Charles W. Le Boutillier, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle and Captivity

Sgt. Frank L. Lemont, Co. E, 5th Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Asst. Quartermaster Ensign Jacob Leonard, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Surgeon David Little, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Capt. Milo W. Locke, Co. F, 12th New York Infantry, On the March and Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. Michael P. Long, Co. E, 3rd Michigan Infantry, On the Battle

C. A. M., Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Eve of the Campaign

Pvt. Perry Mayo, Co. C, 2nd Michigan Infantry, On the Campaign

Pvt. Edmund K. McCord, Co. C, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, On Preparations for the Campaign

Sgt. Charles McFadden, Co. K, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William H. McMahon, Co. G, 27th New York Infantry, On the Retreat

Pvt. Thomas McQuade, Co. F, 69th New York State Militia, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

Corp. William Howard Merrell, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On His Captivity (1)

Corp. William Howard Merrell, Co. E, 27th New York Infantry, On His Captivity (2)

Col. Dixon S. Miles, 5th Division, Defends His Actions

Lieut. Col. Stephen A. Miller, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Col. Stephen Miller, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the March to Centreville

Corp. George M. Morris, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Col. Thomas Ford Morris, 17th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Camp

Pvt. John H. Morrison, Co. H, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

J. C. N., 4th Maine Infantry, On the Retreat

Chaplain Reverend Edward D. Neill, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Chaplain Edward Duffield Neill*, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Regiment’s Casualties

Pvt. William Nixon, Co. A, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Adolph Nolte, Co. C, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Adolph Nolte, Co. C, 13th New York Infantry, On the March and Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. Thomas D. Norris, Co. A, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Sgt. Albert G. Northrup, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Observer, U. S. Marine Battalion, On the Battle

Pvt. John. W. Odlin, Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Campaign

Lt. Patrick O’Rorke’s Account of the Campaign

Lt. Patrick H. O’Rorke, ADC to Brig. Gen. Daniel Tyler, On the Aftermath, with Biographical Sketch

Pvt. Peter W. Ostrander, Engineer Corps, 14th N. Y. S. M., On the Battle

W. B. P., 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Maj. Buel Palmer, 16th New York Infantry, On the Battle

2nd Lieut. Charles E. Palmer, Co. F, 2nd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

2nd Lieut. Charles E. Palmer, Co. F, 2nd Connecticut Infantry, On the Advance and Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. Robert S. Parker, Co. G (1st)*, 13th New York Infantry, On the Death of Pvt. Ferdinand Willson

Lieut. Warren H. Parmenter, Co. D, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Lt. Joab N. Patterson, Co. H, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Delos Payne, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Albert Pendrell, Co. C, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Letter to Pvt. Albert Penno, Co. D, 1st RI

“Pequot,” 2nd New York State Militia, On the Campaign

Pvt. Edward F. Phelps, Co. G, 5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Campaign

Pvt. John T. Phillips, Co. A, 2nd Ct Infantry, On the Wounding of James F. Wilkinson 

Pvt. John T. Phillips, Co. A, 2nd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Randolph Phillips, Co. H, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Sgt. Arthur T. Pickett, Co. I, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Charles H. Pierce, Co. D, Marine Battalion, On the Eve of the Battle

Corp. William Pittenger, Company G, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, On the Campaign

Pvt. George Plaskett, Co. E, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. Leonard Powell, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

G. H. Price, 14th New York State Militia, On the Campaign

Private, Co. A*, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Private (2), Co. A, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Return to Washington and Incidents of the Battle

Lt. Israel H. Putnam, Co. G (1st), 13th New York Infantry*, On the Battle

“Q”, 5th Maine, On the Battle

“R”,  5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

“R.”, Co. K, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

“P. J. R.”, Co. D, 69th NYSM, On the Fight at Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

Pvt. Jeremiah Rathbun, Co. E, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William Boardman Reed, Co. C, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, On Preparations for the Campaign

Pvt. William Boardman Reed, Co. C, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Eve of Battle

Sgt. Hugh R. “Rennie” Richardson, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Bernard Reynolds, 69th NYSM. On the Battle and Captivity

Richard, 8th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. Harry Rockafeller, Co. F, 71st New York State Militia, On His Captivity

Lt. Nathaniel Rollins, Co. H, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Lt. Nathaniel Rollins, Co. H, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. James Rorty, Co. G, 69th NYSM, On the Battle, Imprisonment, and Escape

Capt. Jerome Rowe, Co. A, 32nd New York Infantry, On the Retreat

John Valentine Ruehle,  Co. A, 2nd Michigan Infantry, On the Campaign

Officers’ Clerk George L. Russell, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

J. S.*, Co. H, 14th N. Y. S. M., On the Battle

J. A. S., 11th New York Infantry, On the Campaign

“Sergeant”, 2nd Rhode Island Battery, On the Battle

Pvt. Mattison C. Sanborn, Co. A, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the March and Battle

Pvt. Joseph Sands, Co. A, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Sgt. George F. Saunders, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Pvt. Daniel A. Sharpe, Co. A, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Lieutenant John P. Shaw, Co. F, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Preparations to March (1)

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Preparations to March (2)

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Brother, On Preparations to March

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Blackburn’s Ford

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Brother, On Blackburn’s Ford

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On the Battle

2nd Lt. Fred W. Shipman, Co. F, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Henry Simpson, Co. B, 2nd New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. David Sloane, Co. E, 1st Connecticut Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Corporal Benjamin Freeman Smart, Co. D, 2nd Maine, on The Battle

Pvt. George L. Smith, Co. C, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Lyman H. Smith, Co. E, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Corp. William E. Smith, Co. E, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Thomas Snow, Co.F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (Casualty List)

“Soldier,” 16th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. Benjamin Franklin Spencer, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle

John Stacom, Co. E, 69th NYSM, On the Battle (1)

John Stacom, Co. E, 69th NYSM, On the Battle (2)

Capt. William L. B. Stears, Co. E, 14th New York State Militia, On Company Casualties

“Stephen”, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Major Josiah Stevens, Jr., 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Surgeon Dr. Jacob Henry Stewart, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Sudley Church Field Hospital, Treatment of Wounded, Capture, and Parole

Pvt. Mortimer Stimpson*, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. John H. Styles, Co. A, 14th New York State Militia, On the Fate of Col. Alfred M. Wood

Cpl. Joseph S. Sweatt, Co. E, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Cpl. Joseph S. Sweatt, Co. E, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Sgt. Eldon A. Tilden, Co. D*, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle, Retreat, and Sun-Stroke

Pvt. George William Thomas, Co. C, 4th Maine Infantry

“Trion,” Holmes’s Brigade, On the Battle

“Corporal Trim,” 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Advance

Pvt. George Trimble, Co. F, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Typo, Co. B, 5th Maine Volunteer Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Aide to Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell, On the Retreat

Unknown, 5th Maine, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. D, 5th Maine Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Unknown, Co. B, 5th Maine Volunteer Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Unknown, 5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. I,  5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 2nd NYSM, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. E, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 32nd New York Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. K, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 71st New York State Militia, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. C, 71st New York State Militia, On the Conduct of Capt. William J. Coles

Unknown, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle, Retreat, and Aftermath

Unknown, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

Unknown, 2nd Rhode Island Battery, On the Battle (1)

Unknown, Co. K, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Captain, 2nd New York State Militia, On the March to Manassas, the Battle, and the Retreat

Unknown Captain*, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Unknown Irishman, Co. B, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Unknown Officer, 1st Minnesota, On the Battle

Unknown Officer, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Officer, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

Unknown Officer , Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Officer, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Aftermath of Fighting on Matthews Hill

Unknown Officer, Co. G, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Pvt., 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Unknown Sgt., Co. K, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

J. A. V., 16th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John P. Victory, Co. L, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle and Retreat

Sgt. John Vliet, Co. D, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle and Retreat

“W”, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the March to Manassas

“W”, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Sets the Record Straight

“W”, Co. I, 5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

“W”, Co. E, 13th New York Infantry, On the Sick Left Behind in Camp

“W”, Co. G (1st), 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

E. T. W., 14th New York State Militia, On the Retreat and Aftermath

Lieut. Prentice B. Wager, Co. I, 32nd New York Infantry, On the Campaign

Col. Ezra L. Walrath, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford (1)

Col. Ezra L. Walrath, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford (2)

Sgt. James A. Ward, Co. E, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle and Company Casualties

Major Alexander Warner, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On Dr. John McGregor at the Battle

Lt . Luther C. Warner, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Cpl. Guilford Wiley Wells, Co. G, 27th New York Infantry, In the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. William Ray Wells, 12th NY, on Action at Blackburn’s Ford (1)

Pvt. William Ray Wells, 12th NY, on Action at Blackburn’s Ford (2)

Pvt. Thomas Westcott. Co. F, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. Alexander Whyte, Co. B, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Lieutenant Rinaldo B. Wiggin, Co. A, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Captain Alexander Wilkin, Co. A, 1st MN, On the Battle

Col. Orlando B. Willcox, On the March to Manassas

Chaplain Junius M. Willey, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Capt. Henry B. Williams, Co. H (1st), 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Charles Winters, Co. D, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Pvt. Miles O. Wright, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

2nd Lieut. Harrison D. F. Young, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Civilians

Charles Francis Adams, Jr., On the Consequences of the Defeat

S. A., Personal Secretary to Secretary of the Senate, On Washington After the Battle

Edward S. Barrett, Civilian, On the Battle (1)

Edward S. Barrett, Civilian, On the Battle (2)

Rev. Clement M. Butler, D. D., On the “Manacle” Story and Public Sentiment After the Battle

T. H. C., On the 2nd Vermont Infantry In the Battle

Andrew Carnegie’s Updates On the Battle

William Augustus Croffut, On Sudley Church Hospital During the Battle

Andrew E. Elmore, On the 2nd Wisconsin After the Battle

Uncle of E. J. Goodspeed, A Civilian’s Eyewitness Account of the Battle

Elizabeth Blair Lee on the Battle

George Palmer Putnam, Publisher, On the Retreat, With Incidents of the Battle

Senator, On the Wounding of Col. Gilman Marston, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry





Order of Battle – USA

5 01 2007

FIRST BULL RUN CAMPAIGN

ORDER OF BATTLE

Union

B = Biographical Sketch, D = Diary, I = Image, M = Memoir, MH = Medical History, MOH = Medal of Honor, News = Newspaper Account, OC = Official Correspondence, OR = Official Report, PC = Private Correspondence, R = Roster, T = JCCW Testimony, UH = Unit History

Bvt. Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott, General-in-Chief (News, T, OC)

McDowell’s Army

(Sometimes now called Army of Northeastern Virginia)

Estimated Strength = 40,476; Est Killed = 460; Est Wounded = 1,124; Est Missing =1,312

Total Est Casualties = 2,896 (7.37%)

Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell (B, OC, OR1, OR2, OR3, T1, T2)

General Staff = 21; Killed = 1

Acting Assistant Adjutant General (AAAG)

  • Capt. James B. Fry (M,OC)

Acting Assistant Quartermaster (AAQ)

  • Capt. O. H. Tillinghast (MW)

Commissary

  • Capt. H. F. Clarke, Chief of Subsistence Department (OR)
  • Lieut. George Bell, Acting Commissary Subsistence (OR)
  • Lieut. James Curtis(s), Acting Commissary Subsistence (OR)
  • Lieut. John P. Hawkins, Acting Commissary of Subsistence (OR)

Signal Officers

  • Maj. Albert Myer
  • Maj. Malcolm McDowell (Ass’t)

Engineers

  • Maj. J. G. Barnard, Chief (B, OR, T)
  • Capt. A. W. Whipple, Topographical Engineer
  • 2nd Lt. H. S. Putnam, Topographical Engineer

Medical

  • Surgeon W. S. King (OR)
  • Assist Surgeon Magruder

Artillery

  • Maj. W. F. Barry, 5th Artillery (OR, T)

Ordnance

  • Lt. Geo. C. Strong

Acting Inspector General (AIG)

  • Maj. W. H. Wood, (17th US Inf)

Aides-de-camp (ADC)

  • 1st Lt. Henry Walter Kingsbury, Fifth Artillery (B)
  • 2nd Lt. Guy V. Henry
  • Maj. Clarence S. Brown, New York Militia
  • Maj. James S. Wadsworth, New York Militia (T)
  • Unknown (PC)

First Division

Strength = 9,936 K = 167; W = 320; M = 525; Total = 1,012 (10.19%)

Casualties from here and here.

Brig. Gen. Daniel Tyler (B, OR1, OR2, T1, T2, OC)

Staff W = 2

  • Capt. A. Baird, AAAG
  • Capt. Merrill, AAQ
  • Capt. Barton Stone Alexander, Chief Engineer (OC, I)
  • 1st Lt. H. L. Abbot, Topographical Engineer/ADC
  • Lt. Joseph C. Audenried, ADC
  • Lt. D. C. Houston, ADC
  • Lt. Patrick H. O’Rorke, ADC (PC1, PC2)
  • Lt. Emory Upton, ADC

First Brigade

K = 19; W = 50; M = 154; Total = 223

Col. Erasmus D. Keyes (OR, T)

  • Lt. H. A. Hascall, AAAG
  • Lt. (H. C.?) Hodge(s?), AAQ
  • Capt. William G. Ely, Commissary (PC, I)
  • Lt. Gordon, ADC
  • Lt. Walter, ADC
  • Dr. P. W. Ellsworth, Surgeon of CT Brigade (PC)

2nd MEVI (UH) K = 13; W = 24; M = 118; Total = 155

  • Col. Charles D. Jameson (OR)
    • Lt. Col. Charles Wentworth Roberts (I)
      • Maj. George W. Varney W, C (I)
        • “Stephen” (PC)
          • Co. A (Bangor Light Infantry, 1st Maine Volunteer Militia) – Capt. H. Bartlett
            • Lt. Rinaldo B. Wiggin (PC)
          • Co. B (Castine Light Infantry, 12t Maine Volunteer Militia) – Capt. C. W. Tilden
            • Pvt. Robert Alonzo Friend (PC)
          • Co. C (Brewer Artillery, 1st Maine Volunteer Militia) – Capt. N. E. Jones
          • Co. D (Mio Artillery, 1st Maine Volunteer Militia) – Capt. J. S. Sampson
            • Cpl. Benjamin F. Smart (PC, I)
          • Co. E – Capt. L. Emerson
          • Co. F – Capt. D. Chaplin
          • Co. G Ex Tiger (Engine Company No. 6) and Armory (Engine Company No. 4) Associates) – D. F. Sargent
            • Pvt. James Kelley (PC)
          • Co. H (Gymnasium Company/Chasseurs) – Capt. F. Meinecke
            • Sgt. William P. Holden (PC)
              • Pvt. George Field (PC)
          • Co. I ((Gratton Guards, 1st Maine Volunteer Militia) – Capt. J. Carroll
          • Co K (Old Town Company) – Capt. F. C. Foss

1st CTVI (UH) W= 8; M = 9; Total = 17

  • Col. George S. Burnham (OR)
    • Lt. Col. John Speidel
      • Maj. Theodore Byxbee
        • Co. A. (Hartford Light Guards) – Capt. J. S. Comstock
          • Pvt. Charles H. Hayes (I)
        • Co. B – Capt. J. H. Chapman
        • Co. C – Capt. L. N. Hillman
        • Co. D (Waterbury City Guards) – Capt. M. Coon
        • Co. E (Wooster Guards) – Capt. E. E. Wildman
          • Pvt. David Sloane (PC)
        • Co. F (Meriden Light Guards)- Capt. G. W. Wilson
        • Co. G – Capt. F. W. Hart
        • Co. H – Capt. Richard Fitzgibbon (PC)
        • Rifle Co. A (Hartford Rifles) – Capt. J. R. Hawley
        • Rifle Co. B (Bridgeport Rifles) – Capt. J. Holzer

2nd CTVI (UH) K = 2; W = 5; M = 9; Total = 16

  • Col. Alfred H. Terry
    • Lt. Col. David Young
      • Maj. Ledyard Colburn
        • “G.” (PC)
        • Rifle Co. A (Buckingham Rifles) – Capt. F. S. Chester
          • Pvt. John T. Phillips. (PC1PC2)
          • Pvt. James F. Wilkinson
        • Rifle Co. B – Capt. H. Peale
        • Rifle Co. C (New London Rifles) – Capt. E. C. Chapman
        • Rifle Co. D (Clinton Guards/Clark Rifles) – Capt. J. W. Gore
        • Rifle Co. E – Capt. S. T. Cooke
        • Rifle Co. F – Capt. J. E. Durivage
          • 2nd Lt. Charles E. Palmer (PC1, PC2)
        • Infantry Co. A *Mansfield Guards) – Capt. D. Dickinson
        • Infantry Co. B – Capt. A. G. Kellogg
        • Infantry Co. C (New Haven Guards) – Capt. E. W. Osborn
        • Infantry Co. D Birmingham National Guards, Co. C) – Capt. G. D. Russell

3rd CTVI (UH) K = 4; W = 13; M = 18; Total = 35

  • Col. J. L. Chatfield (B, OR)
    • Lt. Col. A. G. Brady
      • Major Alexander Warner  (PC)
        • Surgeon John McGregor (I)
        • Chaplain Junius M. Willey (PC)
            • Unknown Pvt. (PC)
          • Infantry Co. A – Capt. D. Fowler
            • Lt. Lucius L. Bolles (PC)
              • Pvt. George Coles Brown (PC)
          • Infantry Co. B (New Haven City Guards) – Capt. D. Klein
          • Infantry Co. C (Union Reserved Guards) – Capt. J. E. Moore
            • G. W. B. (PC)
          • Infantry Co. D – Capt. Frederick Frye (PC)
          • Rifle Co. A (American Mechanic Rifles) – Capt. G. N. Lewis
          • Rifle Co. B *Meriden Rifles) – Capt. J. R. Cook
          • Rifle Co. C (New Haven Rifles)- Capt. S. J. Root
          • Rifle Co. D (Norwich City Rifles)- Capt. E. Harland
          • Rife Co. E (Hartford Invincibles) – Capt. J. A. Nelson
            • Pvt. Augusts E. Bronson (C) (PC, I)
          • Rifle Co. F (Stamford Rifles) – Capt. C. A. Stevens

Second Brigade

K = 21: W = 25; M = 52; Total Casualties = 98

Brig. Gen. Robert C. Schenck (OR1, OR2)

2nd NYSM (Later 82nd NYVI) (UH) K = 16; W = 15; M = 29; Total = 60

  • Col. G. W. B. Tompkins
      • Lt. Col. J. H. Wilcox
        • Maj. J. J. Dimock
          • Unknown Captain (PC)
            • Pequot (PC)
            • Unknown (PC)
          • Co. A – Capt. C. Graham
          • Co. B – Capt. T. M. Reid
            • Lt. Henry Simpson (PC)
          • Co. C – Capt. E. B. Stead
          • Co. D – Capt. J. Kennedy
          • Co. E – Capt. J. Huston
          • Co. F – Capt. J. Brady
          • Co. G – Capt. R. Barry
          • Co. H – Capt. D. De Courcey
          • Co. I – Capt. J. J. Delaney
          • Co. K – Capt. J. Darrow
          • Howitzer Corps – Capt. Thaddeus Phelps Motts
          • Engineer Corps – Capt. E. H. Sage

1st OHVI (3 Months) (UH) K = 1; W = 4; M = 7; Total = 12

  • Col. Alexander McD. McCook
    • Lt. Col. Edwin A. Parrott
      • Maj. John G. Hughes
        • Co. A (Lancaster Light Guards) – Capt. J. A. Stafford
          • Pvt. Henry Harrison Comer (PC)
        • Co. B *Lafayette Guards) – Capt. P. Dister
        • Co. C (Dayton Light Guards) – Capt. G. D. McKinney
        • Co. D (Montgomery Guards) – Capt. J. Crowe
        • Co. E (Cleveland Greys, First Brigade, Eighteenth Division, Ohio Militia)- Capt. J. Ensworth
        • Co. F (Franklin Blues) – Capt. J. Kell
        • Co. G (Portsmouth Guards) – Capt. G. B. Bailey
        • Co. H (Zanesville Guards) – Capt. J. C. Hazlett
        • Co. I (Mansfield Guards) – Capt. W. McGlaughlin
        • Co. K (Hamilton/Jackson Guards) – Capt. J Bruck

2nd OHVI (3 Month) (UH) K = 1; W = 2; M = 8; Total = 11

  • Col. Lewis Wilson
    • Lt. Col. Rodney Mason
      • Maj.  Augustus C. Perry
        • Co. A (Rover Guards) – Capt. G. M. Finch
          • Pvt. Oliver S. Glenn (PC)
        • Co. B (Columbus Videttes) – Capt. H. Thrall
        • Co. C (Columbus/State Fencibles) – Capt. A. O. Mitchell
        • Co. D (Zouave Guards) – Capt. J. G. Baldwin
        • Co. E (Lafayette Guards) – Capt. C. Haltenhof
        • Co. F (Springfield Zouave Cadets)- Capt. D. King
          • Pvt. Charles Morris McCook (N)
        • Co. G Pickaway Guards) – Capt. J. Q. Black
          • Corp. William Pittenger (PC, I)
        • Co. H (Steubenville Guards)- Capt. A. G. McCook
        • Co. I (Harris Guards) – Capt. L. A. Harris
        • Co. K Baldwin/Urbana Rifles)- Capt. W. Baldwin

Battery E, 2nd US Artillery (6 Guns) (UH) K = 3; W = 4; M = 8; Total = 15

  • Capt. J. H. Carlisle (OR)
    • Lt. John M. Wilson (OR)
    • Lt. Stephen C. Lyford (OR)
    • Lt. Edward B. Hill (OR)
    • Lt. William B. D. Fuller (OR)

Battery G, 1st US Artillery (1 Gun) (UH)

  • Lt. Peter C. Hains

Third Brigade

K = 107; W = 205; M = 293; Total = 605

Col. W. T. Sherman (B, News, OR, OC, PC1, PC2PC3, PC4PC5, PC6)

  • Lt. A. Piper, AAAG
  • Lt. J. F. McQuesten, AAQ
  • Col. Coon, (WI), ADC
  • Lt. Bagley, ADC

13th NYVI (N) (UH) K = 11; W = 27; M = 20; Total = 58

  • Col. Isaac F. Quinby
    • Lt. Col. Carl Stephan
    • Maj. Oliver L. Terry
    • Surgeon David Little (PC)
      • Byron (PC)
      • Co. A – Capt. C. G. Putnam
        • A. [?.] C., (PC)
        • Pvt. Daniel A. Sharpe (PC)
        • Fifer Sherman Greig (PC)
      • Co. B – Capt. George Hyland, Jr.
        • Sgt. Mark J. Bunnell (PC1, PC2)
        • Corp. George M. Morris (PC)
        • Pvt. Clarence D. Hess (Band) (PC)
        • Pvt Miles O. Wright (PC)
      • Co. C – Capt. Adolph Nolte (PC1, PC2)
      • Co. D – Capt. L. Brown
        • Lt. Edwin S. Gilbert (PC, I)
      • Co. E – Capt. Francis A. Schoeffel
        • Unknown (PC)
        • W (PC)
          • Pvt. Wilbur D. Cook (PC)
      • Co. F – Capt. H. Smith
        • Pvt. George Trimble (PC)
        • Pvt. Thomas Westcott (PC)
      • Co. G (1st) – Capt. G. W. Lewis
        • Lt. Israel H. Putnam (PC)
        • Lt. Walter M. Fleming (PC1, I)
          • Sgt. William L. Fleming (PC)
          • W (PC)
          • Pvt. Anson Hobart (PC)
          • Pvt. Robert S. Parker (PC)
      • Co. H (1st) – Capt. Henry B. Williams (PC)
      • Co. I (1st) – Capt. W. F. Tully
        • Lt. Job C. Hedges (I)
      • Co. K (1st) – Capt. H. J. Thomas
        • Lt. Eugene P. Fuller (PC)

69th NYSM (UH, R) K = 37; W = 60; M = 95; Total = 192

  • Col. Michael Corcoran (W&C) (PC1, PC2, I)
    • Lt. Col. – Capt. J. Haggerty, Acting (K) (Lt. Col R. Nugent Injured)
      • Maj. – Capt. Francis T. Meagher, Acting (Maj. A. J. Bagley in New York) (M1, M2, M3)
        • Lt. Charles Graham Halpin(e) (I)
        • J. F. F (PC)
          • Co. A (Irish Fusiliers) – Capt. – Lt. T. Kelly, Acting (Capt. J. Haggerty acting Lt. Col.)
            • Pvt. Alexander Carolin (PC)
            • Pvt. Thomas D. Norris (PC)
            • Pvt. Bernard Reynolds (PC)
          • Co. B (Emmet Life Guards) – Capt. T. Lynch
          • Co. C (O’Mahony Guards) – Capt. J. C(K)avanagh
          • Co. D (Fitzgerald Guards) – Capt. T. Clarke
            • P. J. R. (PC)
            • Pvt. Hugh Francis O’Lone (I)
          • Co. E (Faig-a-Bealacs) – Capt. P. Kelly
          • Co. F (Shields Guards) – Capt. J. Breslin
            • Lt. P. Duffy (in Command after Breslin’s accidental wounding on the march)
              • Pvt. Thomas McQuade (PC)
          • Co. G (Irish Grenadiers/Mechanics Guards) – Capt. F. Duffy
            • Pvt. James Rorty (PC, I)
          • Co. H (Red Hand Guards) – Capt. J. Kelly (OR)
            • Lt. James Gannon (PC)
          • Co. I (National Cadets) – Capt. J. P. McIvor (C)
            • Pvt. Peter Kelly (I)
          • Co. K (Irish Zouaves) – Capt. – Lt. E. K. Butler (C), Acting (Capt. T. F. Meagher acting Maj.)
            • Sgt. William O’Donohue (I)
            • “R” (PC)
          • Engineer Corps. – Capt. J. Quinlan or Capt. J. B. Kirker
  • Col. James Cameron (K)
    • Lt. Col.  S. Mck. Elliot
      • Maj. D. McClellan
        • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. W. Manson
        • Co. B – Capt. J. A. Farrish
          • Pvt. Alexander Whyte (PC)
        • Co. C – Capt. T. Barclay
        • Co. D – Capt. D. Brown
        • Co. E – Capt. D. Morrison
        • Co. F – Capt. J. Christie
          • Pvt. Alexander Campbell (PC)
        • Co. G – Capt. J. Laing
        • Co. H – Capt. J. E. Coulter
        • Co. I – Capt. R. T. Shillinglaw
          • Pvt. John Glennon (Glennan) (PC)
        • Co. K – Capt. H. A. Ellis
          • Sgt. John Kane (T)
          • Sgt. Charles McFadden (PC)

2nd WIVI (UH, R) K = 23; W = 65; M = 63; Total = 151

  • Col. Park S. Coon
    • Lt. Col. H. W. Peck
      • Maj. D. McDonald
        • “C.” (PC)
        • Co. A (Citizen’s Guards) – Capt. G. H. Stevens
        • Co. B (La Crosse Light Guards) – Capt. Wilson Colwell (I)
          • Pvt John E. Donovan (PC, MH)
        • Co. C (Grant County Greys/Volunteers) – Capt. D. McKee
          • Pvt. Edmund H. McCord (PC)
          • Pvt. Harrison R. McKenzie (I)
          • Pvt. William Boardman Reed (PC1, PC2, I)
        • Co. D (Janesville Volunteers) – Capt. G. B. Ely
          • W. H. Foote (PC)
          • Sgt. George F. Saunders (PC)
            • Pvt. Leonard Powell (PC)
        • Co. E (Oshkosh Volunteers) – Capt. G. Bouck
          • Lt. Herman B. Jackson (M)
            • Sgt. Lyman H. Smith (PC)
        • Co. F (Belle City Rifles) – Capt. W. E. Strong
        • Co. G (Portage Light Guards) – Capt. J. Mansfield
        • Co. H (Randall Guards) – Capt. J. F. Mansfield
          • Lt. Nathaniel Rollins (PC1, PC2, I)
        • Co. I (Miner’s Guards) – Capt. Thomas S. Allen (M)
          • “A” (PC)
        • Co. K (Wisconsin Rifles) – Capt. J. Stahel

Battery E, 3rd US Artillery (Sherman’s Battery) (6 Guns) (News, UH) K = 6; W = 4; Total = 10 (includes casualties from 7/18)

  • Capt. R. B. Ayres (B, OR)
    • Lt. R. D. Ransom
    • Lt. G. W. Dresser
    • Lt. H. E. Noyes

Fourth Brigade

K = 18; W = 36; M = 26; Total = 80 Totals for 7/18 plus Btry M 2nd US from 7/21 minus Btry E 3rd US from 7/18 plus Brackett’s Squadron and Light Battalion

Col. Israel B. Richardson (OR1, OR2, T)

  • Lt. R. L. Eastman, AAAG
  • Lt. C. H. Brightly, AAQ
  • 1st Lt. Frederick E. Prime, Engineer
  • Cadet J. T. Meigs, ADC

1st MAVI (UH) K = 10; W = 8; M = 14; Total = 32

  • Col. Robert Cowdin
    • Lt. Col. George D. Wells
      • Maj. Charles P. Chandler
        • Co. A (1st Massachusetts Militia, Co. A) – Capt. E. A. Wild(e)
        • Co. B (Union Guards, 1st Massachusetts Militia, Co. B) – Capt. E. Pearl
        • Co. C (1st) (Greenough Guards) – Capt. J. H. Barnes
        • Co. C (2nd) (North End True Blues) – Capt. G. Walker
        • Co. D (Roxbury City Guards, 1st Massachusetts Militia, Co. D) – Capt. E. W. Stone, Jr.
        • Co. E (Pulaski Guards, 1st Massachusetts Militia, Co. E) – Capt. C. B. Baldwin
        • Co. F (National Guards, 1st Massachusetts Militia Co. F) – Capt. A. W. Adams
        • Co. G (Independent Boston Fusiliers) – Capt. H. A. Snow
        • Co. H (Chelsea Volunteer Light Infantry) – Capt. S. Carruth
          • Pvt. J. W. Day (PC)
        • Co. I (Boston Volunteers/Schouler Guards) – Capt. C. E. Rand
        • Co. K (Chadwick Light Infantry) – Capt. A. G. Chamberlain

12th NYVI (UH) K = 5; W = 19; M = 10; Total = 34

  • Col. Ezra L. Walrath (PC1, PC2)
    • Lt. Col. R. M. Richardson
      • Maj. John Lewis
      • Ed – (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. M. H. Church
          • W. B. C (PC)
        • Co. B – Capt. J. Brand
        • Co. C – Capt. D. Driscoll, Jr.
        • Co. D – Capt. G. W. Stone
          • Pvt. Robert Porter Bush (PC, I)
        • Co. E – Capt. J. M. Brower
          • Sgt. Robert E. Ellerbeck (PC)
        • Co. F – Capt. Milo W. Locke (PC)
        • Co. G – Capt. J. C. Irish
          • Pvt. Franklin E. Gates (PC)
          • Pvt. Randolph Phillips (PC)
        • Co. H – Capt. G. W. Cole
        • Co. I – Capt. Henry A. Barnum (PC1, PC2, PC3, I)
          • Pvt. William Ray Wells (PC1, PC2)
        • Co. K – Capt. Augustus J. Root

2nd MIVI (UH) W = 1; Total = 1

  • Col. Israel B. Richardson
    • Lt. Col. S. Larned
      • Maj. Adolphus W. Williams
      • Ass’t. Surgeon Henry F. Lyster (M)
      • Laundress/Nurse Jane Hinsdale (N)
        • Co. A (Scott Guards) – Capt. Louis Dillman
          • 1st Lt. John Valentine Ruehle (PC)
          • 2nd Lt. Gustav Kast (PC)
        • Co. B (Hudson Artillery) – Capt. R. A. Beach
        • Co. C (Battle Creek Artillery) – Capt. Cornelius Byington
          • Pvt. Perry Mayo (PC)
        • Co. D (Adrian Guards) – Capt. William Humphrey
        • Co. E (Niles Company) – Capt. R. M. Brethschneider (in command of battalion of light infantry composed of detached companies from regiments of the brigade)
          • Lt. B. Bromnell
        • Co. F (Flint Union Greys) – Capt. W. R. Morse
          • Pvt. Lyman E. Stowe (M, I)
        • Co. G (Constantine Union Guards) – Capt. J. A. Lawson
        • Co. H (East Saginaw Guards) – Capt. W. L. Whipple
        • Co. I (Kalamazoo Light Guards) – Capt. D. May
        • Co. K (Kalamazoo, No. 2) – Capt. C. S. May

3rd MIVI (UH) W = 0; Total = 0

  • Col. Daniel McConnell (I)
    • Lt. Col. Ambrose A. Stevens
      • Maj. Stephen G. Champlin (T)
        • Co. A (Valley City Guards) – Capt. S. A. Judd
        • Co. B (Grand Rapids Artillery) – Capt. B. Borden
        • Co. C (Grand Rapids German Rifles) – Capt. A. E. Birkenstock
        • Co. D (Boston Light Guards) – Capt. Moses B. Houghton
        • Co. E (Lyons Light Guards) – Capt. Edwin S. Pierce
          • Pvt. Michael P. Long (PC)
        • Co. F (Union Guards) – Capt. J. J. Dennis
        • Co. G (Williams Rifles) – Capt. J. R. Price
        • Co. H (Muskegon Rangers) – Capt. E. D. Bryant
        • Co. I (Lamont and Georgetown Rifles) – Capt. G. Weatherwax
        • Co. K – Capt. Byron R. Pierce

Battery M, 2nd US Artillery (4 Guns) (UH) K = 1; Total = 1

  • Capt. H. J. Hunt (OR)
    • Lt. E. R. Platt
    • Lt. J. Thompson

Battery G, 1st US Artillery (2 Guns) (UH)

  • Lt. J. Edwards (OR)
    • Lt. S. N. Benjamin

Second Division

Strength = 7,392 K = 144; W = 348; M = 335; Total = 829; (11.21%)

Col. David Hunter (W) (OR); Col. Andrew Porter (OR)

  • Lt. S. W. Stockton, ADC
  • Capt. W.D. Whipple, AAAG
  • Capt. D. P. Woodbury, Engineer
  • Hon. J. W. Arnold, ADC
  • Lt. Cross, ADC
  • Lt. D. W. Flagler, ADC

First Brigade

Strength = 3700 K = 86; W = 177; M = 201 Total = 464 (12.54%)

Col. Andrew Porter (OR, T)

  • Lt. W. W. Averell, AAAG (T)
  • Lt. J. B. Howard, AAQ
  • Lt. Bache, ADC
  • Lt. Trowbridge, ADC

8th NYSM (N, UH) K = 8; W = 17; M = 13 Total = 38

  • Col. G. Lyons (OR)
    • Lt. Col. C. G. Waterbury
    • Maj. O. F. Wentworth
    • Asst. Surg. Frederic de Peyster III (I)
    • Richard (PC)
      • Co. A – Capt. J. O. Johnston
      • Co. B – Capt. T. Swan(e)y
      • Co. C – Capt. E. Burger
      • Co. D – Capt. E. D. Lawrence
      • Co. E – Capt. M. Griffin
      • Co. F – Capt. L. Buck
      • Co. G – Capt. W. S. Carr
      • Co. H – Capt. S. N. Gregory
      • Co. I (Washington Grey Troop/Varian’s Light Artillery) – Capt. Joshua M. Varian
      • Engineer Corp – Capt. W. M. Walton

14th NYSM (N1, N2, UH, R) K = 25; W = 48; M = 69 Total = 142

  • Col. Alfred M. Wood (W)
    • Lt. Col. Edward Brush Fowler (OR, PC, I)
      • Maj. James Jourdan
      • Surgeon J. M. Homiston (T)
      • Asst. Surgeon William F. Swalm (T)
      • E. T. W. (PC)
      • G. H. Price (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. Robert B. Jordan (PC, I)
          • Lieut. John H. Styles (PC)
            • Pvt. Joseph Sands (PC)
        • Co. B – Capt. G. Mallory
        • Corp. David A. Bower(s) (PC)
        • Co. C – Capt. D. Myers
          • Lieut. William H. Burnett (PC)
            • Pvt. Albert Pendrell (PC)
        • Co. D – Capt. Charles F. Baldwin
          • Sgt. John Vliet (PC)
          • Pvt. John C. Brown (B, PC)
        • Co. E – Capt. William L. B. Stears (PC)
          • Pvt. Eugene H. Fales (PC)
          • Pvt. Louis L. Hingle (PC)
          • Pvt. Joseph Marfing (POW) (Parole)
          • Pvt. George Plaskett (PC)
        • Co. F – Capt. A. G. A. Harneckel
        • Co. G – Capt. G. Plass
          • Pvt. Warren B. Raser (I)
        • Co. H – Capt. William H. DeBevoice
          • Pvt Caleb H. Beal (PC)
          • Pvt. Richard F. Cole (PC)
          • Pvt. J. S. (PC)
        • Co. I – Capt. A. W. H. Gill
          • Pvt. Lewis Francis (MH, T)
        • Co. K – Capt. C. H. Morris (Not present at battle)
        • Co. L (Engineers) – Cpl. John Fulton (PC)
          • Pvt. Peter W. Ostrander (PC)
          • Pvt. John P. Victory (PC)

27th NYVI (UH, R) K = 26; W = 44; M = 60 Total = 130

  • Col. Henry W. Slocum (W) (T)
    • Lt. Col. Joseph J. Chambers (Absent)
      • Maj. Joseph J. Bartlett (OR)
      • Surgeon Norman S. Barnes (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. W. M. Bleakely
        • Co. B – Capt. Alexander Duncan Adams
        • Co. C – Capt. E. L. Lewis
          • Pvt. Worcester Burrows (PC)
        • Co. D – Capt. H. C. Ro(d)gers
          • Sgt Albert G. Northrup (PC)
          • Pvt. Albert Armstrong (I)
          • Pvt. John W. Burrows (PC)
          • Pvt. Charles N. Elliott (PC)
          • Pvt. Frederick Fowler (PC)
          • Pvt. Delos Payne (PC)
          • Pvt. Benjamin Franklin Spencer (PC)
          • Pvt. Charles Winters (PC)
        • Co. E – Capt. George G. Wanzer
          • Corp. William Howard Merrell (M, PC1, PC2, I)
            • Hospital Steward Daniel W. Bosley (PC)
            • Pvt. Duncan L. Brown (PC)
            • Pvt. John B. Edson (PC1, PC2, PC3)
        • Co. F – Capt. P. Jay
        • Co. G – Capt. J. Perkins
          • Lt. Horatio Seymour Hall (M)
          • Cpl. Guilford Wiley Wells (PC, I)
          • Pvt. John Alden Copeland (PC)
          • Pvt. William H. McMahon (PC)
        • Co. H – Capt. C. E. Martin
        • Co. I – Capt. Curtis C. Gardiner
          • Lt. Samuel M. Harmon (IPC)
        • Co. K – Capt. H. L. Achilles, Jr.
          • “C” (PC)

US Infantry Battalion (8 Cos: C, G, 2nd US (UH); B, D, G, H, K, 3rd US (UH); G, 8th US (UH)) K = 13; W = 20; M = 30 Total = 63

  • Maj. G. Sykes (14th U. S. Infantry) (OR)
      • Aide-de-Camp – Lt. James P. Drouillard (PC, I)
    • Acting Maj. Capt. N. H. Davis (2nd U. S. Infantry)
      • 2nd U. S. Inf. Co. C – Lt. A. E. Latimer
      • 2nd U. S. Inf. Co. K – Capt. A. Beal
      • 3rd U. S. Infantry Co. B – Lt. J. F. Kent
      • 3rd U. S. Infantry Co. D, Lt W. H. Bell
      • 3rd U. S. Infantry Co. G – Lt. J. B. Williams
      • 3rd U. S. Infantry Co. H – Lt. Dangerfield Parker (M)
      • 3rd U. S. Infantry Co. K – Lt. W. H. Penrose
      • 8th U. S. Infantry Co. H – Cpt. R. I. Dodge

US Marine Corps Battalion (N) Strength = 353; K = 9; W = 19; M = 16 Total = 44

  • Maj. J. G. Reynolds (OR, N, I)
    • William Barrett (PC)
    • Observer (PC)
    • Co. A – Capt. J. Zeilen
    • Co. B – Capt. J. H. Jones
    • Co. C – Lt. A. Ramsey
      • 2nd Lt. Robert Hitchcock (B, PC)
    • Co. D – Lt. W. H. Carter
      • Charles H. Pierce (PC)

US Cavalry Battalion (7 Cos: A, E, 1st US (UH); B, E, G, I, 2nd US (UH); K, 2nd US Dragoons (UH)) W = 13; M = 5 Total = 18

  • Maj. I. N. Palmer (OR)
    • Surgeon Charles Carroll Gray (D)
    • Co. A, 1st U. S. Cav. – Lt. T. H. McCormick
    • Co. E, 1st U. S. Cav. – Lt. T. L’Hommedieu
    • Co. B, 2nd U. S. Cav. – Capt. J. E. Harrison
    • Co. E, 2nd U. S. Cav – Capt. W. W. Lowe
    • Co. G, 2nd U. S. Cav. – Lt. T. Drummond
      • 1st Lt. Manning Kimmel
      • 2nd Lt. George A. Custer (M1, M2, M3, I)
    • Co. I, 2nd U. S. Cav. – Capt. A. G. Brackett
    • Co. K, 2nd U. S. Dragoons – Capt. F. C. Armstrong

Company D, 5th US Artillery (6 Guns) (UH) K = 5; W = 16; M = 8 Total = 29

  • Capt. C. Griffin (OR, T)
    • Lt. Adelbert Ames (2nd U. S. Art.) (MOH)
    • Lt. Charles E. Hazlett (2nd U. S. Cav.) (T)
    • Lt. H. C. Hasbrouck (4th U. S. Art.)
    • Lt. Horatio B. Reed (T)

Second Brigade

Strength = 3,692 K = 58; W = 171; M = 134 Total = 363 (9.83%)

Col. Ambrose E. Burnside (OR, OC, I, I)

  • Lt. Merriman, AAAG
  • Capt. Anson, AAQ
  • Capt. Goohue, Commissary
  • Lt. Beaumont, ADC
  • Capt. Woodbury, ADC
  • Gov. William Sprague, ADC (I)

2nd NHVI (UH, R) K = 9; W = 35; M = 63 Total = 107

  • Col. Gilman Marston (W, I)
    • Lt. Col. Francis S. Fiske (OR, I)
        • Maj. Josiah Stevens, Jr (PC, I)
        • Surgeon George H. Hubbard (PC, I)
        • Chaplain Henry E. Parker
        • Mascot “Major” (I)
            •  “Corporal Trim” (PC)
          • Co. A – Capt. T. A. Barker
            • Pvt. Mattison C. Sanborn (PC)
          • Co. B – Capt. Simon Goodell Griffin (M, PC, I)
            • Pvt. John W. Odlin (PC)
            • C. A. M. (PC)
          • Co. C – Capt. James W. Carr
            • Corp. Alfred W. Burnham (PC)
          • Co. D – Capt. H. Rollins
            • Lt. Warren H. Parmenter (PC)
            • Pvt. Ezra C. Goodwin (PC, I)
          • Co. E – Capt. L. Drown
            • Cpl. Joseph S. Sweatt (PC1, PC2, I)
          • Co. F – Capt. Thomas Snow (PC, I)
            • 2nd Lt. Harrison D. F. Young (PC, I)
            • Unknown Officer (PC)
              • Sgt. Hugh R. Richardson (PC, I)
              • Sgt. Charles W. Fletcher (PC)
          • Co. G – Capt. Ephraim Weston (I)
            • Pvt. Alexander Lyle (I)
          • Co. H – Capt. I. Pearl
            • Lt. Joab N. Patterson (PC, I)
              • Pvt. Frank M. Boutelle (PC)
          • Co. I – Capt. Edward L. Bailey
          • Co. K – Capt. W. O. Sides

1st RIVI (UH, I, R) K = 13; W = 39; M = 30 Total = 82

  • Col. Ambrose E. Burnside (I, I)
    • Lt. Col. Joseph S. Pitman (Detached) (I)
      • Maj. Joseph P. Balch (In Command) (OR, I, I)
      • Chaplain Augustus Woodbury (I)
      • Capt. William Bowers, Commissary (I)
      • “DeW” (PC1, PC2, PC3)
      • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. A (National Cadets) – Capt. A. F. Dexter
          • Lieutenant George Frank Low (I)
          • Lt. Addison Hyde White (I)
            • Pvt. Amos Bowen (I)
            • Pvt. Charles E. Douglas (I)
        • Co. B (Providence Artillery) – Capt. N. Van Slyk
        • Co. C (First Light Infantry No. 1) – Capt. W. W. Brown
          • Lt. Luther C. Warner (PC)
          • Unknown Officer (PC1, PC2)
          • “H” (PC)
          • Unknown (PC1)
            • Pvt. Moses Brown Jenkins (I)
            • Pvt. Lewis Richmond (I)
        • Co. D (First Light Infantry No. 2) (I) – Capt. N. W. Brown
          • Pvt. William Chace (I)
          • Pvt. Jesse Comstock (MW) (I)
          • Pvt Albert Penno (PC)
        • Co. E (Pawtucket Light Guards) – Capt. S. R. Bucklin
        • Co. F (Newport Artillery) – Capt. G. W. Tew
          • Ensign James Henry Chappell (I)
            • Pvt. Joshua Perry Clarke (I)
            • Pvt. Theodore W. King W, C, (PC, I)
        • Co. G (Mechanic Rifles No. 1) – Lt. J. T. Pitman
        • Co. H (Mechanic Rifles No. 2) – Capt. C. W. H. Day
          • Kady Brownell (I)
        • Co. I (Westerly Rifles) – Capt. H. C. Card
        • Co. K (Woonsocket Guards) – Capt. P. Simpson, Jr. (I)
        • Unlettered Company (Carbineers) – Capt. F. W. Goddard

2nd RIVI (UH, R) K = 23; W = 49; M = 26 Total = 98

  • Col. John S. Slocum (K)
    • Lt. Col. Frank Wheaton (OR)
      • Maj. Sullivan Ballou (K) (PC)
        • Chaplain Thorndike Jameson (PC1, PC2, PC3, PC4, PC5)
        • Unknown Officer (PC)
        • “Canonicus” (PC1)
        • Co. A – Capt. C. G. Dyer
          • Pvt. Charles W. Gleason (I)
        • Co. B – Capt. J Wright
        • Co. C – Capt. Nelson Viall
          • Pvt. William J. Crossley (D)
        • Co. D (I) – Capt. William H. P. Steere (I)
          • Corp. Samuel J. English (PC, I)
        • Co. E (Narragansett Guards) – Capt. Isaac Peace Rodman (I)
          • Sgt. Nicholas Taylor Dixon (PC, I)
          • Sgt. James A. Ward (PC)
            • Corp. Patrick Lyons (D)
            • Corp. William E. Smith (PC)
              • Pvt. James Tefft Oately, Jr. (I)
              • Pvt. Jeremiah Rathbun (PC)
        • Co. F – Capt. Levi Tower (K) (I)
          • Lt. John P. Shaw (PC, I)
            • Sgt. George Kidder (I)
              • Corp. David Douglass (I)
              • Corp. Theodore Jenks (I)
              • Corp. George Wood (I)
              • Corp. Francis Ronien (I)
                • Pvt. (Joseph or Lewis) Barnes (I)
                • Pvt. Jonathan Davidson (I)
                • Pvt. William Frazier (I)
                • Pvt. Charles Godfrey (I)
                • Pvt. Benjamin Hughes (I)
                • Pvt, Robert Johnstone (I)
                • Pvt. John Manning (I)
                • Pvt. James Newell (I)
                • Pvt. John Newell (I)
                • Pvt. Samuel Newman (I)
                • Pvt. Francis Osgood (I)
                • Pvt. Thomas Potter (I)
                • Pvt. Robert Robertson (I)
                • Pvt. Smith Salisbury (I)
                • Pvt. Albert L. Smith (I)
                • Pvt. Peter Taylor (I)
                • Pvt. William Worger (I)
        • Co. G (I) – Capt. Nathan. Goff, Jr.
          • Unknown Officer (PC)
        • Co. H (Kentish Guards) – Capt. Beriah S. Brown (I)
          • Lt. Thomas Foy (I)
            •  Pvt. Ezra Greene (PC)
        • Co. I – Capt. S. J. Smith
          • Pvt. Charles E. Perkins (I)
          • Pvt. Samuel Wight (I)
        • Co. K – Capt. C. W. Turner
          • Leonard Belding (PC)
          • Pvt. Thomas H. B. Fales (I)

Battery A, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery (Reynolds’ Battery) of 6 13 lb. James Rifles (UH, R) K = 3; W = 8; M = 3 Total = 14

  • Capt. William H. Reynolds
    • Lt. John Albert Monroe (I)
    • Lt. John A. Tompkins
    • “Juvenis” (PC)
      • “Sergeant” (PC)
        • Cpl. Thomas Frederick “Fred” Brown (I)
          • Pvt. Benjamin Ham Child (I)
          • Pvt. Theodore Reichardt (D)
          • Unknown (1) (PC)

71st NYSM (N, UH) K = 10; W = 40; M = 12 Total = 62

  • Col. Henry P. Martin (OR)
    • Lt. Col. C. H. Smith
      • Maj. George A. Buckingham
        • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. A (Light Guard) – Capt. D. D. Hart
          • Pvt. Edward P. Doherty (PC, I)
        • Co. B – Capt. B. L. Trafford
        • Co. C – Capt. W. J. Coles
          • Pvt. Josiah Favill (D)
          • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. D – Capt. D. C. Meuschutt
        • Co. E – Capt. E. S. Wade
          • Pvt. William R. Murray (M)
        • Co. F – Capt. Julius L. Ellis (MW)
          • Pvt. John S. Ellis (PC)
          • Pvt. Harry Rockafeller (PC)
        • Co. G – Capt. W. S. Dunham
        • Co. H – Capt. A. F. Miller
          • J. H. G. (PC1, PC2)
          • Pvt. Robert Welch (M)
        • Co. I (Parmenter Rifles/Riflemen) – Capt. Augustus van Horne Ellis (2 Boat Howitzers) (I)
          • Sgt. William H. Garrison (PC)
            • Pvt. Samuel Bond (PC)
            • “Georgie” (PC)

Third Division

Col. Samuel P. Heintzelman (W) (D, OR, T)

  • Capt. Chauncey McKeever, AAAG
  • Capt. Horatio Wright, Chief Engineer
  • Lt. Fairbanks, ADC
  • Lt. F. U. Farquhar, ADC
  • Lt. George W. Snyder, ADC
  • Lt. Sweet, ADC

First Brigade

Col. William B. Franklin (OR, T)

  • Capt. Walworth Jenkins, AAG
  • Lt. Charles H. Gibson, AAG
  • Lt. Baker, ADC
  • Lt. Hartranft, ADC

5th MAVI (UH)

  • Col. Samuel C. Lawrence (W)
    • Lt. Col. George H. Pierson
      • Maj. James T. Boyd
        • “R” (PC)
        • Unknown (PC)
          • Co. A (Mechanic Light Infantry, 7th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. B) – Capt. E. H. Staten
          • Co. B (Richardson Light Guards, 7th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. E) – Capt. J. W. Locke
          • Co. C (Charlestown Light Infantry, 5th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. D) – Capt. W. R. Swan
          • Co. D (Haverhill Light Infantry/Hale Guards, 7th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. G) – Capt. C. P. Messer
          • Co. E (Lawrence Light Guards, 5th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. E) – Capt. J. Hutchins
          • Co. F (Wardwell Tigers) – Capt. David Kilburn Wardwell
          • Co. G (Concord Artillery, 5th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. A) – Capt. George L. Prescott
            • Pvt. Edward F. Phelps (PC)
          • Co. H (Salem City Guards, 7th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. H) – Capt. H. F. Danforth
          • Co. I (Somerville Light Infantry, 5th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. B) – Capt. G. O. Brastow
            • Unknown (PC)
            • “W” (PC)
          • Co. K (Charlestown City Guards, 5th MA (Volunteer) Militia, Co. H) – Capt. J. B. Norton

11th MAVI (UH)

  • Col. George Clark, Jr.
    • Lt. Col. William Blaisdell
      • Maj. George F. Tileson
      • Surgeon Luther V. Bell (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. M. Moore
        • Co. B (Paul Revere Guards) – Capt. J. H. Davis
          • Pvt. Thomas Green (PC, I, B)
        • Co. C (Clark Light Guards) – Capt. Porter D. Tripp
        • Co. D – Capt. J. W. Butters
        • Co. E (Boston Light Guards) – Capt. J. R. Bigelow
        • Co. F – Capt. L. Gordon
        • Co. G – Capt. W. C. Allen
        • Co. H (Sanford Light Guards) – Capt. S. Page
        • Co. I (Bunker Hill Volunteers) – Capt. B. F. Wright
        • Co. K. – Capt. B. Stone, Jr.

1st MNVI (UH, R)

  • Col. Willis A. Gorman (OR)
    • Lt. Col. Stephen A. Miller (PC, PC2, I)
      • Maj. William H. Dike
      • Chaplain Rev. Edward D. Neill (I, PC1, PC2)
      • Surgeon Dr. Joseph Howard Stewart (PC, I)
        • Asst. Surgeon Charles W. Le Boutillier (PC)
      • Unknown Officer (PC)
        • Co. A (Pioneer Guards) – Capt. Alexander Wilkin (PC)
          • Private (PC)
          • Private (2) (PC)
          • Pvt. William Nixon (PC)
        • Co. B (Stillwater Guards) – Capt. C. A. Bromley
          • Cpl. Gustaf E. Granstrand (I)
            • Pvt. John E. Goundry (PC)
        • Co. C (St. Paul Volunteers) – Capt. W. H. Acker
          • Pvt. Minor Atherton (I)
          • Pvt. George L. Smith (PC)
        • Co. D (Lincoln Guards) – Capt. H. R. Putnam
        • Co. E (St. Anthony Zouaves) – Capt. George N. Morgan
          • Sgt. William Lochern (M, I)
        • Co. F (Red Wing Volunteers) – Capt. William Colville (M, I)
        • Co. G (Fairbault Guards/Volunteers) – Capt. L. McKune
          • Pvt Edward H. Bassett (PC1, PC2)
          • Pvt. Mortimer Stimpson (PC)
        • Co. H (Dakota County Volunteers) – Capt. Charles Powell Adams
        • Co. I (Wabasha Volunteers) – Capt. J. H. Pell
        • Co. K (Winona Volunteers) – Capt. H. C. Lester
          • Pvt. Balthasar Best (I)
4th PAVI
  • Col. John Frederick Hartranft (MOH) (This regiment refused to advance on July 21, claiming its enlistments had expired.  Col. Hartranft joined the brigade staff.)

Company I, 1st US Artillery (6 Guns) (UH)

  • Capt. J. B. Ricketts (W&C) (PC, T1, T2)
    • Lt. Andrew Douglas (KIA) (I)
    • Lt. Edmund Kirby (OR)
    • Lt. W. K. Elderton

Second Brigade

Col. Orlando B. Willcox (W&C) (OR1, OR2PC); Col. John Henry Hobart Ward (OR)

  • Lt. Woodruff, AAAG
  • Lt. J. R. Edie, ADC
  • Lt. Francis H. Parker, ADC

11th NYVI (Fire Zouaves) (N, UH, R)

  • Col. Noah Lane Farnham (MW)
    • Lt. Col. John A. Gregier
      • Maj. Charles McK. Leoser
      • J. A. S. (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. J. Coyle
          • Lt. Edward Burgin Knox (PC)
        • Co. B – Capt. E. Byrnes
        • Co. C – Capt. M. C. Murphy
        • Co. D – Capt. J. Downey
        • Co. E – Capt. J. B. Loverich
          • Pvt. Henry W. Link (PC)
          • Pvt. Lewis H. Metcalfe (M)
        • Co. F – Capt. W. H. H. Burns
          • Corp. William F. Wilson (N)
            • Pvt. Hans J. Gladney (N)
        • Co. G – Capt. M. A. Tagan
          • Pvt. Harry Lazarus (PC)
        • Co. H – Capt. W. Hackett
        • Co. I – Capt. J. Wildey
        • Co. K – Capt. A. D. Purtell

38th NYVI (UH)

  • Col. John Henry Hobart Ward
    • Lt. Col. A. Farnsworth (OR)
      • Maj. J. D. Potter
        • Asst. Quartermaster/Ensign Jacob Leonard (PC)
        • Officers’ Clerk George L. Russell (PC)
          • Co. A – Capt. D. E. Gavitt
            • Pvt. John C. Hallock (PC)
          • Co. B – Capt. E. McGrath
          • Co. C – Capt. R. F. Allason
          • Co. D – Capt. J. T. Harrold
            • Lt. George W. Cooney (PC)
              • Pvt. Jonathan Coward (PC)
          • Co. E – Capt. A. O. Tilden
          • Co. F – Capt. H. McQuade
            • 2nd Lt. Fred W. Shipman (PC)
          • Co. G – Capt. G. F. Britton
          • Co. H – Capt. William H. Baird (PC)
            • Pvt. John H. Morrison (PC)
          • Co. I – Capt. Calvin S. DeWitt (PC)
            • Sgt. Arthur T. Pickett (PC)
          • Co. K – Capt. S. C. Dwyer
            • Unknown Sgt. (PC)
              • Pvt. James A. Coburn (PC)
              • Unknown (PC)

1st MIVI (UH, I, R)

  • Col. Orlando B. Willcox
  • (Acting Col.) Maj. Alonzo F. Bidwell (OR)
    • (Acting Lt. Col.) Capt. C. M. Lum
      • (Acting Maj.) Capt. W. H. Withington
        • Co. A (Detroit Light Guards) – Capt. C. M. Lum
          • Lt. William A. Throop (I)
            • Pvt. Francis Raymond Rice (I)
        • Co. B (Jackson Greys/Light Guards) – Capt. W. H. Withington
        • Co. C (Coldwater Cadets) – Capt. E. Butterworth
        • Co. D (Manchester Union Guards) – Capt. I. L. Jackson
        • Co. E (Steuben Guards) – Capt. W. F. Roth
        • Co. F (Michigan/Detroit Hussars) – Capt. H. S. Roberts
          • Pvt. Charles W. Farrand (PC)
        • Co. G (Burr Oak Guards) – Capt. I. C. Abbott
        • Co. H (Ypsilanti Light Guards) – Capt. F. W. Whittlesey
        • Co. I (Marshall Light Guards) – Capt. D. Hubbard
        • Co. K (Adrian/Hardee Cadets) – Capt. W. H. Graves

4th MIVI (not engaged – at Fairfax CH)

  • Col. Dwight A. Woodbury (OC, I)

Company D, 2nd US Artillery (4 Guns) (UH)

  • Capt. Richard Arnold (OR)
    • Lt. J. W. Barriger
    • Lt. C. B. Throckmorton

Third Brigade

Col. Oliver Otis Howard (OR, PC)

  • Capt. Burt, AAAG
  • Lt. Burt, AAQ
  • Lt. David H. Buel, ADC
  • Lt. Alfred Mordecai, Jr., ADC
  • Pvt. Charles H. Howard (IPC)

3rd MEVI (UH)

  • Col Oliver Otis Howard
  • (Acting Col.) Maj. Henry G. Staples (OR) (Lt. Col. Isaac N. Tucker not present)
    • (Acting Lt. Col.) Capt. W. E. Jarvis
      • Co. A (Bath City Greys) – Capt. R. Sawyer
        • Sgt. Lincoln Litchfield (PC)
      • Co. B – Capt. E. A. Bachelder
      • Co. C – Capt. Capt. W. E. Jarvis
        • G. S. A. (PC)
      • Co. D – Capt. C. A. L. Sampson
      • Co. E – Capt. J. M. Nash
      • Co. F – Capt. E. G. Savage
      • Co. G – Capt. F. S. Hesseltine
        • Albert (PC)
      • Co. H – Capt. W. S. Heath
      • Co. I – Capt. Moses B. Lakeman
      • Co. K – Capt. Capt. N. Strout

4th MEVI (UH, R)

  • Col. Hiram G. Berry (OR, PC)
    • Lt. Col. Thomas. H. Marshall
      • Maj. Frank S. Nickerson
      • “4th” (PC)
      • J. C. N. (PC)
        • Co. A (Belfast Artillery) – Capt. H. W. Cunningham
        • Co. B (Rockland City Guards) – Capt. Elijah Walker
        • Co. C – Capt. O. J. Conant
          • Pvt. George William Thomas (PC)
        • Co. D – Capt. L. D. Carver
        • Co. E (Damariscotta Granite Rifles) – Capt. S. C. Whitehouse
        • Co. F (Brooks Light Infantry) – Capt. O. Crowell
        • Co. G – Capt. Capt. E. M. Smith
        • Co. H -Capt. Capt. J. G. Burns
        •  Co. I – Capt. E. Whitcomb
        • Co. K (Belfast City Greys) – Capt. Silas M. Fuller (PC)
          • Pvt. Samuel S. Hersey, Jr. (PC)

5th MEVI (UH)

  • Col. Mark H. Dunnell (OR)
    • Lt. Col. Lt. Col. Edwin Illsley
      • Maj. Samuel C. Hamilton
      • H. J. E. (PC)
      • Q (PC)
      • Unknown (1) (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. J. Heald
        • Co. B – Capt. E. L. Goodwin
          • Typo (PC)
          • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. C – Capt. J. B. Noyes (not present)
          • Lt. D. S. Barrows (in command)
        • Co. D – Capt. E. W. Thompson (not present)
          • Lt. G. B. Kenniston (W, C)
          • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. E – Capt. E. W. Sawyer (not present)
          • Lt. A. S. Daggett
            • Sgt. Frank L. Lemont (PC)
        • Co. F – Capt. G. P. Sherwood (W)
          • Lt. N. Walker
        • Co. G (Portland City Greys) – Capt. H. G. Thomas
          • Lt. T. J. Sawyer
            • Pvt. Joseph Leavitt (PC1, PC2)
        • Co. H – (Portland Union Guards) – Capt. Edward A. Scammon
        • Co. I – (Bethel Rile Guards) – Capt. Clark L. Edwards (not present)
        • Co. K – Capt. W. A. Tobie (under arrest)
          • Lt. H. T. Bucknam (in command)

2nd VTVI (UH)

  • Col. Henry Whiting (OR)
    • Lt. Col. George J. Stannard
      • Maj. Charles. H. Joyce (PC)
        •  Unknown Captain (PC)
        • W (PC1, PC2)
          • Co. A (Bennington Union Guards) – Capt. James H. Walbridge
          • Co. B – Capt. J. Hope
            • Unknown Irishman (PC)
          • Co. C – Capt. E. A. Todd
            • Sgt. Nelson Cole (N)
          • Co. D – Capt. C. Dillingham
            • Sgt. Eldon A. Tilden (PC)
          • Co. E (Tunbridge Light Infantry)- Capt. R. Smith
            • Sgt. Harrison Dewey (PC)
          • Co. F (Capital Guards) – Capt. F. V. Randall
            • Pvt George W. Doty (PC)
            • J. B. L. (PC)
          • Co. G (Vermont Guards) – Capt. J. T. Drew
          • Co. H (Green Mountain Rifles) – Capt. W. T. Burnham
            • Sgt. Abraham Ford (PC)
          • Co. I – Capt. V. S. Fulham
          • Co. K (Winooski Volunteers) – Capt. J. L. Lonergan
            • Unknown (PC)

Fourth Division (Not Engaged)

Brig. Gen. Theodore Runyon (OC)

  • Capt. J. B. Mulligan, ADC (OC)

1st NJSM

  • Col. A. J. Johnson

2nd NJSM

  • Col. H. M. Baker

3rd NJSM

  • Col. W. Napton

4th NJSM

  • Col. M. Miller

1st NJVI

  • Col. W. R. Montgomery (OR)

2nd NJVI

  • Col. G. W. McLean

3rd NJVI

  • Col. G. W. Taylor

41st NYVI

  • Col. L. von Gilsa

Fifth Division

Col. Dixon S. Miles (OR, PC, OC)

  • Capt. T. M. Vincent, AAAG
  • Lt. John P. Hawkins, AAQ
  • 1st Lt. Frederick E. Prime, Engineer
  • Maj. Ritchie, ADC
  • Lt. A. H. Cushing, ADC
  • Lt. George H. Mendell, ADC
  • Lt. McMillan, ADC

First Brigade (Held in reserve at Centreville – covered retreat)

Col. Louis Blenker (OR, T)

8th NYVI

  • Lt. Col. J. Stahel

29th NYVI

  • Col. A. von Steinwehr

39th NYVI

  • Col. F. G. D’Utassy

27th PAVI

  • Col. M. Einstein

Company A, 2nd US Artillery (4 Guns) (UH)

  • Capt. J. C. Tidball (M)
    • Lt. A. S. Webb
    • Lt. A. C. M. Pennington, Jr.

Brookwood’s (Varian’s) New York Battery (6 Guns of the 8th NYSM, manned by men from the 8th & 29th NYVI) (N)

  • Capt. C. Brookwood

2nd Brigade

Col. Thomas A. Davies (OR1, OR2, T)

  • Lt. Cowdrey, AAAG
  • Lt. Hopkins, AAQ
  • Lt. Thomas C. Bradford, Commissary
  • Lt. Howland, ADC

16th NYVI (UH, R)

  • Col. T. A. Davies
    • Lt. Col. Samuel Marsh (in command) (OR)
      •  Maj. Buel Palmer (PC)
      • J. A. V. (PC)
      • “Soldier” (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. D. A. Nevin
        • Co. B – Capt. F. C. Tapley
        • Co. C (Plattsburgh Volunteers No. 1) – Capt. Frank Palmer
        • Co. D – Capt. G. Parker
        • Co. E (Plattsburgh Volunteers No. 2) – Capt. J. L. Stetson
        • Co. F – Capt. John C. Gilmore
        • Co. G – Capt. N. M. Curtis
          • 1st Sgt. John Henry Austin (I)
          • 2nd Sgt. Edwin O. Betts (I)
          • 3rd Sgt. Luther Lee Partridge (I)
          • 4th Sgt. Andrew Christie Bayne (I)
        • Co. H – Capt. W. Gibson
        • Co. I – Capt. Joel J. Seaver
        • Co. K – Capt. W. W. Wood

18th NYVI (UH)

  • Col. William A. Jackson
    • Lt. Col. William H. Young
      • Maj. George R. Myers
        • Co. A (Seward Volunteer Zouaves) – Capt. William S. Gridley
        • Co. B – Capt. J. Hastings
        • Co. C – Capt. H. Wiltsie, Jr.
        • Co. D (Wallkill Guards) – Capt. John C. Maginnis
          • Sgt. John S. King (PC)
        • Co. E – Capt. S. Traux
        • Co. F (Morgan Guards) – Capt. M. H. Donovan
        • Co. G – Capt. H. Faurot
        • Co. H – Capt. P. Hogan
        • Co. I (Albany City Volunteers) – Capt. T. J. Radcliff
        • Co. K (Ogensburgh Volunteers No. 2) – Capt. D. L. Bartlett

31st NYVI (UH)

  • Col. Calvin C. Pratt (OR)
    • Lt. Col. William H. Browne (PC)
      • Maj. Addison Dougherty (not present; Lt./Adjt. F. Jones acting)
      • Surgeon Frank Hamilton (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. J. J. S. Hassler
        • Co. B – Capt. Leopold C. Newman
        • Co. C – Capt. Alexander Raszewski
        • Co. D – Capt. M. O. McGarry
        • Co. E – Capt. A. Heiss
        • Co. F – Capt. H. Whittack (Not Present; Lt. F. Pross in command)
        • Co. G – Capt. E. Johnson (not present; Lt. O. J. Rogers in command)
        • Co. H – Capt. D. Lamb
        • Co. I – Capt. J. A. Rue
        • Co. K – Capt. J. H. Watts

32nd NYVI (UH)

  • Col. Roderick Matheson
    • Lt. Col. Francis E. Pinto
      • Maj. George F. Lemon
      • Unknown (PC)
        • Co. A – Capt. Jerome Rowe (PC)
        • Co. B – Capt. Charles Hubbs
        • Co. C – Capt. B. J. Hayes
        • Co. D – Capt. E. S. Young
        • Co. E – Capt. R. A. Fish
        • Co. F – Capt. J. H. Butler
        • Co. G – Capt. Russell Myers
        • Co. H (Tarrytown Chasseurs) – Capt. W. Chalmers
        • Co. I – Capt. J. Whitlock
          • Lieut. Prentice B. Wager (PC)
        • Co. K (Empire City Guards) – Capt. W. H. Robinson

Company G, 2nd US Artillery (4 Guns) (UH)

  • Lt. O. D. Greene (OR)
    • Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing
    • Lt. W. H. Harris

THANKS to friend Jonathan Soffe for providing company level information. For even more information on the commands, see his fine website.