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Commanded by:
Brigadier General Christopher C. Augur (wounded August 9)
Brigadier General Henry Prince 
(captured August 9)
Brigadier General George Greene 
(after August 9)

The division was heavily engaged in the Battle of Cedar Mountain on August 9 and its losses required a reorganization.

Until August 9

First Brigade Brigadier General John W. Geary (w 8/9)
Colonel D.P. DeWitt
3rd Maryland Infantry Regiment  redesignated 2 Brig. (below)
after 8/9
102nd New York Infantry Regiment
109th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry J. Stainrook
111th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Matthew Schlaudecker
8th & 12th United States Infantry
Second Brigade Brigadier General Henry Prince (c 8/9)
Colonel J.A. Tate
3rd Delaware Infantry Regiment redesignated 3 Brig. (below)
after 8/9
1st District of Columbia Infantry Regt.
60th New York Infantry Regiment
78th New York Infantry Regiment
Purnell (Maryland) Legion Infantry
Artillery
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery L

After August 9

First Brigade Colonel Charles Candy
5th Ohio Infantry Regiment Colonel Samuel H. Dunning  from 1st Div. 2nd Brig.
7th Ohio Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel William Creighton
29th Ohio Infantry Regiment Colonel Lewis P. Buckley
66th Ohio Infantry Regiment
28th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Gabriel De Korponay
Second Brigade Colonel D.P. DeWitt (to 8/12)
Colonel M. Sclandecker (to 8/30)
Colonel T.P. Van Buren
3rd Maryland Infantry Regiment
102nd New York Infantry Regiment
109th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry J. Stainrook
111th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Matthew Schlaudecker
8th & 12th United States Infantry
Third Brigade Colonel J.A. Tate
3rd Delaware Infantry Regiment
1st District of Columbia Infantry Regt.
60th New York Infantry Regiment
78th New York Infantry Regiment
Purnell (Maryland) Legion Infantry
Artillery
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery L