The United States Army


< November • December 1863 • to January >

Eighteenth Corps

Commanded by Major General Benjamin Butler

Getty’s Division

Brigadier General George W. Getty
Second Brigade Brigadier General Edward Harland (to 12/29)
Colonel Francis Beech
8th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel John E. Ward
11th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel Griffin A. Stedman
15th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel Dexter R. Wright
16th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel Francis Beach
Third Brigade Colonel William H.P. Steere
10th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment Colonel Michael T. Donohoe
13th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment Colonel Aaron F. Stevens
4th Rhode Island Infantry Regiment Colonel William H.P. Steere
African Brigade Brigadier General Edward A. Wild
55th Massachusetts (Colored) Infantry
1st North Carolina Colored Infantry
2nd North Carolina Colored Infantry
3rd North Carolina Colored Infantry from Folly Island Dept. South
1st United States Colored Infantry Colonel John H. Holman from Defences Washington
5th United States Colored Infantry New Organization
10th United States Colored Infantry New Organization

Cavalry Brigade  Colonel N.B. Lord
5th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment from Yorktown
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment   Colonel Samuel P. Spear from Portsmouth
20th New York Cavalry Regiment New Organization
Artillery Brigade
3rd New York Artillery, Battery M from Newport News
13th New York Heavy Artillery New Organization
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery A from Portsmouth Getty’s Div.
4th Wisconsin Battery to Yorktown
4th United States Artillery, Battery D from unattached (below)
5th United States Artillery, Battery A from Portsmouth Getty’s Div.
Unattached
21st Connecticut Infantry Regiment
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Cos. F,G,M
7th New York Independent Battery
Battery D, 4th United States Artillery to Portsmouth Artillery (above)
Battery L 4th United States Artillery to Yorktown
Fortress Monroe
3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery
1st United States Colored Cavalry New Organization

U.S. Forces Yorktown

Brigadier General Isaac J. Wistar (to 12/22)
Colonel R.M. West
1st New York Mounted Rifles
139th New York Infantry Regiment
148th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel George M. Guion
5th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment to Norfolk Cav. Brig.
4th United States Colored Troops
6th United States Colored Troops
Artillery
8th New York Independent Battery
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery E
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery F
2nd Wisconsin Battery
4th Wisconsin Battery to Portsmouth
4th United States Atillery, Battrery L from Norfolk & Portsmouth

Norfolk & Portsmouth

Brigadier General James Barnes
27th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
148th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel William Johnson
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment
7th New York Independent Battery Captain Peter C. Regan
Artillery Brigade 
4th Wisconsin Battery from Getty’s Div. Artillery

Newport News

Brigadier General C.A. Heckman
21st Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel Arthur H. Dutton
23rd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
25th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
9th New Jersey Infantry Regiment
81st New York Infantry Regiment
96th New York Infantry Regiment
98th New York Infantry Regiment
118th New York Infantry Regiment
3rd New York Cavalry Regiment
3rd New York Heavy Artillery (Company H)
3rd New York Heavy Artillery (Company M)
16th New York Independent Battery

District of North Carolina

Major General John J. Peck
Subdistrict of the Albemarle Brigadier General Henry W. Wessels
85th New York Infantry Regiment
92nd New York Infantry Regiment
101st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
103rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
24th New York Independent Battery
12th New York Cavalry (detachment)
Subdistrict of Beaufort Colonel James Jourdan
2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Cos. A-D
158th New York Infantry Regiment from Defenses New Berne (below)
9th Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel Edward H. Ripley
23rd New York Cavalry Regiment
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery from Defenses New Berne (below)
1st United States Artillery, Battery C
Defences of New Berne Colonel T.J.C. Amory (to 11/7)
Brigadier General I.N. Palmer
17th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
99th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel David W. Wardop
132nd New York Infantry Regiment
158th New York Infantry Regiment to Subdist. Beufort (above)
19th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment Colonel Edward H. Ripley
12th New York Cavalry Regiment
2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
3rd New York Heavy Artillery (9 cos.)
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery F to Dist. St. Mary’s
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery to Subdist. Beufort (above)
Subdistrict of the Pimlico Colonel J.M. McChesney
1st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
58th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
23rd New York Independent Battery
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Co. G