United States Army


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Commanded by Major General John Dix

On July 22, 1862 military forces within the Department of Virginia were designated the Seventh Corps. The Department of Virginia and Pope’s Army of Virginia were different organizations.

Fortress Monroe and Camp Hamilton
5th Maryland Infantry Regiment Colonel William L. Schley to Suffolk, Weber’s Brig.
1st New York Mounted Rifles Major Charles C. Dodge to Suffolk, Weber’s Brig.
7th New York Independent Battery Captain Peter C. Regan from 4 Corps, 2 Div. Artillery
99th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel David W. Wardop to Viele’s Command Norfolk (below)
11th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment Colonel Joseph Harlan to Division at Suffolk
4th United States Artillery, Battery D to Viele’s Command Norfolk (below)
4th United States Artillery, Battery L to Division at Suffolk
2nd Wisconsin Battery
4th Wisconsin Battery
Newport News
7th Massachusetts Independent Battery to Yorktown
3rd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Garrett W. Dyckman to Weber’s Brig.
4th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Joseph B. Carr to Weber’s Brig.
Viele’s Brigade Brigadier General Egbert L. Viele
58th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Garrett W. Dyckman
99th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel David W. Wardop
19th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
4th United States Artillery, Battery D
Division at Suffolk Brig. Gen. Joseph K.F. Mansifeld 
Weber’s Brigade Brig. Gen. Max Weber