The Civil War in the East

U.S. Army - Army of the Potomac - Ninth Army Corps

First Division

Major General Thomas L. Crittenden (until 6/9)

Brigadier General James Ledlie

 

         
   
   
         

First Brigade

Brigadier General J. H. Ledlie (until 6/9)

Colonel J. P. Gould

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

29th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

from 5th Corps, 1st Div., 3rd Bde.

to 2nd Bde. (see below)

 

 

57th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

 

59th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

 

3rd Maryland infantry Battalion

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

179th New York Infantry Regiment

Colonel William M. Gregg

from 3rd Bde. (see below)

100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

Colonel Daniel Leasure

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

4th United States Infantry Regiment

 

to Grant's Headquarters, City Point, Va.

10th United States Infantry Regiment

 

to 5th Corps, 2nd Div., 1st Bde.

Second Brigade

Colonel J. M. Sudsburg (until m.o. 6/4)

Colonel E. W. Pierce (6/4 - 6/17)

Lt. Colonel Joseph H. Barnes (after 6/17)

3rd Maryland infantry Regiment

 

consolidated to 4 co. battalion
to 1st Bde. (see above)

21st Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

29th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

from 1st Bde. (see above)

179th New York Infantry Regiment

Colonel William M. Gregg

from Defences of Washington

14th New York Heavy Artillery

 

from 3rd Bde. (see below)

2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (prov.)

 

from 3rd Bde. (see below)

100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

Colonel Daniel Leasure

to 1st Bde. (see above)

Provisional (Third) Brigade

Colonel E. G. Marshall

became 3rd Brigade 6/11, discontinued 6/18

2nd New York Mounted Rifles

 

to 2nd Div., 1st Bde.

24th New York Cavalry (dismounted)

 

to 3rd Div., 2nd Bde. 6/11

14th New York Heavy Artillery

 

to 2nd Bde. (see above)

2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (prov.)

 

to 2nd Bde. (see above)

Engineers

 

35th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

 

Artillery

 

2nd Maine Battery

 

 

14th Massachusetts Battery

 

 

27th New York Independent Battery

 

from Corps Artillery Reserve




 
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