The Civil War in the East

U.S. Army

Military District of Washington (to 2/2)
Department of Washington, 22nd Army Corps

Major General Samuel P. Heintzelman

         
   
   
         

On February 2, 1863 the Military District of Washington was merged into the Department of Washington and designated the 22nd Army Corps.

Abercrombie's Division

Brigadier General J. J. Abercrombie

 

Provisional Brigade

Colonel Clarence Buell

 

Second Brigade

Brigadier General R. Cowden

 

Third Brigade

Colonel William Gurney

 

Casey's Division

Major General Silas Casey

 

First Brigade

Colonel Frank Fessenden

 

Second Brigade

Brigadier General E. H. Stoughton

 

Third Brigade

Brigadier General Alexander Hays

 

Defences North of the Potomac

Lt. Colonel J. A. Haskins

 

First Brigade

Colonel A.A. Gibson

 

Second Brigade

Colonel Lewis O. Morris

 

Third Brigade

Colonel W.R. Pease

 

Distict of Alexandria

Brigadier General John P. Slough

 

1st District of Columbia Infantry Regt.

 

 

26th Michigan Infantry Regiment

 

 

153rd New York Infantry Regiment

 

 

11th Rhode Island Infantry Regiment

 

 

Artillery, Distict of Alexandria

Brigadier General John Tyler

 

34th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

 

1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery

 

 

19th Connecticut Infantry Regiment

 

 

1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

 

 

2nd New York Heavy Artillery

 

 

3rd New York Heavy Artillery Battalion

 

 

1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

 

 

Whipple's Command

Brig. Gen. A. W. Whipple

 

1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

   

2nd New York Heavy Artillery Regiment

   

4th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment

   

11th New York Independent Battery

   

12th New York Independent Battery

   

1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

 

 

Grover's Brigade

Colonel A. B. Jewett

 

22nd Maine Infantry Regiment

 

 

23rd Maine Infantry Regiment

 

 

39th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment

 

 

14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment

 

 

10th Vermont Infantry Regiment

 

 

10th Massachusetts Battery

 

 

Cavalry Brigade

Colonel R. Butler Price

 

1st Michigan Cavalry Regiment

 

 

5th New York Cavalry Regiment

 

 

1st Ohio Cavalry, Cos. A & C

 

 

2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment

 

 

1st Vermont Cavalry Regiment

 

 

1st West Verginia Cavalry Regiment

 

 

Uassigned Infantry

2nd District of Columbia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Charles M. Alexander

to 22nd Corps

10th New Jersey Infantry Regiment

Colonel William R. Murphy

to 22nd Corps

26th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

 

to 22nd Corps

27th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company F

 

to 22nd Corps

135th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

Colonel James R. Porter

to Army Potomac, 1st Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Brig.

143rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

 

to Army Potomac, 1st Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Brig.

149th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

 

to Army Potomac, 1st Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Brig.

150th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

 

to Army Potomac, 1st Corps, 3rd Div., 2nd Brig.

151st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

 

to Army Potomac, 1st Corps, 3rd Div., 1st Brig.

Unassigned Artillery

 

9th New York Independent Battery

 

to Defences N. Potomac, 2nd Brig. (above)

16th New York Independent Battery

 

to 22nd Corps, Light Artillery Camp

19th New York Independent Battery

 

to 22nd Corps, Light Artillery Camp

27th New York Independent Battery

 

to 22nd Corps, Light Artillery Camp

West Virginia Artillery, Battery A

 

to 22nd Corps, Light Artillery Camp

Cavalry

 

11th New York Cavalry Regiment

Colonel James B. Swain

 




 
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