June 1862 • to July >

“The Pennsylvania Reserves”

Commanded by
Brigadier General George A. McCall (wounded & captured 6/30)
Brigadier General Truman Seymour

McCall’s Division transferred from the 2nd Division, Department of the Rappahannock to become the 3rd Division of the 5th Corps on June 18, 1862. It was heavily engaged at The Battle of Glendale, the next to last of the Seven Days Battles, on June 30.

First Brigade Brig. Gen. John Reynolds (c 6/27)
Colonel S. G. Simmonds (6/27 – 6/30)
Colonel R. B. Roberts (after 6/30)
1st Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Richard B. Roberts
2nd Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel William McCandless
5th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Seneca Simmons (mw 6/30)
8th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel George S. Hays to 2 Brig. (below)
Second Brigade Brig. Gen. George Meade (w 6/30)
Colonel A. L. Magilton (after 6/30)
3rd Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Horatio G. Sickel
4th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Albert L. Magilton
7th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Elisha B. Harvey
8th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel George S. Hays from 1 Brig. (above)
11th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Thomas F. Gallagher
Third Brigade Brig. Gen. Truman Seymour (^ 6/30)
Colonel C. F. Jackson (after 6/30)
6th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel William Sinclair
9th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Conrad F. Jackson
10th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel John S. McCalmont
12th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel John H. Taggart
13th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Hugh McNeil
Artillery and Cavalry
Battery A, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery
Battery B, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Captain James H. Cooper
Battery G, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery
Battery C, 5th United States Artillery Captain Dunbar H. Ransom
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry Colonel George D. Bayard to Dept. Rapahannock, Shield’s Div.