The Civil War in the East

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

Cavalry Division

Major General Julius H. Stahel

 

         
   
   
         

Transferred to the Army of the Potomac, Cavalry Corps, as Third Division on June 26, 1863

First Brigade

Bde. Gen. J. T. Copeland

 

1st Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Bde.

5th Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Bde.

6th Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Bde.

7th Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Bde.

Second Brigade

Colonel R. Butler Price

 

1st Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

1st Ohio Cavalry Cos. A&C

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div. HQ

2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment

 

to Army Potomac Provost Guard

18th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Bde.

Third Brigade

Colonel O. DeForest

 

5tth New York Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Bde.

1st Vermont Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Bde.

1st West Virginia Cavalry Regiment

 

to Potomac, Cavalry Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Bde.

Artillery

 

 

1st Michigan Artillery, Battery I

 

to Army Potomac Horse Artillery, 1st Bde.




 
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