The Civil War in the East

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

Defences North of the Potomac

Lt. Colonel J. A. Haskins (to July 8)

Brigadier General Martin D. Hardin

 

         
   
   
         

First Brigade

Colonel W. H. Hayward (to 7/6)

Colonel J.M.C. Marble

 

13th Michigan Independent Battery

 

to Fort Foote

14th Michigan Independent Battery

 

 

1st Co. New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

9th New York Heavy Artillery (4 cos.)

 

from 6th Corps Artillery Bde.

150th Ohio Infantry Regiment

 

to 2nd Bde. (see below)

151st Ohio Infantry Regiment

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

1st Pennsylvania Artillery Battalion

 

 

1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery D

 

to Middle Mil. Div., 19th Corps Res. Artillery

2nd United States Artillery, Battery I

 

from 2nd Bde. (see below)

3rd United States Artillery, Battery G

 

from 3rd Bde. (see below)

4th United States Artillery, Battery A

 

 

Second Brigade

Colonel J.M.C. Markle (to 7/6)

Colonel W.H. Hayward

 

150th Ohio Infantry Regiment

 

from 1st Bde. (see above)

151st Ohio Infantry Regiment

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

170th Ohio Infantry Regiment

 

to Dept. W.V. Reserve Div.

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery L

 

to Middle Mil. Div., 19th Corps, 1st Div.

1st Co. New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

2nd United States Artillery, Battery I

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

7th Veteran Reserve Corps

 

new

21st Veteran Reserve Corps

 

new

Third Brigade

Lt. Colonel J.H. Oberteuffer

 

Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, 8 Cos.

 

 

1st Pennsylvania Artillery Battalion

 

 

3rd United States Artillery, Battery G

 

to 1st Bde. (see above)

Fort Foote

 

 

13th Michigan Independent Battery

 

 

2nd Co. New Hampshire Hv. Artillery

 

 




 
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