The Civil War in the East

U.S. Army - 22nd Army Corps - Department of Washington

Abercrombie's Division

Brigadier General John J. Abercrombie

 

         
   
   
         

the original two brigades of the division are transferred to the Department of Virginia on April 17, 1863
and are replaced by the three brigades of Casey's Division

First Brigade

Colonel Francis Fessenden

 

25th Maine Infantry Regiment

 

from Casey's Div., 1st Bde.

27th Maine Infantry Regiment

 

Second Brigade(until 4/17)

Colonel B. Porter

 

22nd Connecticut Infantry Regiment

 

 

40th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

to Dept. Virginia 4/17

141st New York Infantry Regiment

 

16th West Virginia Infantry Regiment

 

 

Second Brigade(after 4/17)

Brig. Gen. George J. Stannard

 

12th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

 

13th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

 

14th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

15th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

 

16th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

 

Third Brigade(until 4/17)

Colonel William Gurney

 

127th New York Infantry Regiment

   

142nd New York Infantry Regiment

 

to Dept. Virginia 4/17

143rd New York Infantry Regiment

 

144th New York Infantry Regiment

   

Third Brigade(after 4/17)

Brig. Gen. Alexander Hays (to 4/26)

Colonel George L. Willard (after 4/26)

 

39th New York Infantry Regiment

 

 

111th New York Infantry Regiment

 

from Casey's Div., 3rd Bde.

125th New York Infantry Regiment

 

126th New York Infantry Regiment

 

 

Artillery

 

 

9th Massachusetts Battery

 

 

17th New York Independent Battery

 

 

2nd Connecticut Independent Battery

 

from Casey's Div. Artilery

11th Massachusets Independent Battery

 

from Casey's Div. Artilery

1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery H

 

from Casey's Div. Artilery

Keystone (Pennsylvania) Battery

 

from Casey's Div. Artilery

4th New York Heavy Artillery

 

to Defences South Potomac 1st Bde.




 
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