The Civil War in the East

U.S. Army

22nd Army Corps, Department of Washington

Major General C. C. Augur (except 6/7 - 6/25)

Major General John G. Parke (6/7 - 6/25)

         
   
   
         

Defences North of the Potomac

Brigadier General Martin D. Hardin

 

First Brigade

Colonel C.H. Long

Colonel E.G. Marshall

 

Second Brigade

Colonel W.S. Abert

 

Third Brigade

Major G.S. Worcester

Colonel R.B. Shepherd

 

Defences South of the Potomac

Bde. Gen. G. A. DeRussy

 

First Brigade

Colonel J.N.G. Whistler

 

Second Brigade

Colonel Charles Barnes (to 6/26)

Colonel J. Hubbard

 

Third Brigade

Lt. Colonel S.C. Hart (to 6/15)

Major H.T. Lee (6/15 - 6/30)

Colonel J.C. Tidball (after 6/30)

 

Fourth Brigade

Colonel C.C. Meservey (to 6/28)

Major J. Dieckmann

 

1st Separate Brigade

Colonel William Gamble (to 6/22)

Bde. Gen. William Wells

brigae discontinued

8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

 

mustered out

16th Massachusetts Independent Battery

 

mustered out

13th New York Cavalry Regiment

 

to 3rd New York Provisional Cavalry

16th New York Cavalry Regiment

 

to 3rd New York Provisional Cavalry

5th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery

 

mustered out

202nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery

 

mustered out

District of Alexandria

Major General John G. Parke (to 6/5)

Brig. Gen. John P. Slough

 

26th Michigan Infantry, Company F

 

mustered out

3rd United States Artillery, Battys. L&M

 

 

District of Washington

Colonel G. W. Gile

 

150th Pennsylvania Infantry, Co. K

 

 

Light Artillery Camp Camp Berry

Bde. Gen. A. P. Howe

 

Baltimore Maryland Battery

 

mustered out

30th New York Independent Battery

 

mustered out

1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery G

 

mustered out

Pennsylvania Independent Battery H

 

mustered out

1st West Virginia Artillery, Battery E

 

mustered out

3rd United States Artillery, Battery I

 

 

4th United States Artillery, Battery A

 

 

4th United States Artillery, Batteries F&H

 

 

4th United States Artillery, Battery G

 

 

5th United States Artillery, Battery I

 

 

5th United States Artillery, Battery M

 

 




 
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