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Commanded by:
Major General Thomas L. Crittenden (to 6/9)
Brigadier General James Ledlie

First Brigade Brigadier General J. H. Ledlie (^ 6/9)
Colonel Jacob P. Gould
21st Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel George P. Hawkes from 2 Brig. (below)
29th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment from 5 Corps, 1 Div. 3 Brig.
to 2nd Brig. (below)
56th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
57th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
59th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel Jacob P. Gould
3rd Maryland infantry Regiment from 2 Brig. (below)
179th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel William M. Gregg from 2 Brig. (below)
100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Matthew M. Dawson
4th United States Infantry Regiment to Grant’s HQ, City Point
10th United States Infantry Regiment to 5 Corps, 2 Div. 1 Brig.
Second Brigade Colonel J. M. Sudsburg (to 6/4)
Colonel E. W. Pierce to 6/17)
Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H. Barnes
3rd Maryland infantry Regiment consolidated to 4 co. battalion
to 1Brig. (above)
21st Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel George P. Hawkes to 1 Brig. (above)
29th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
179th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel William M. Gregg from Defenses Washington; to 2 Brig. (above)
14th New York Heavy Artillery from 3 Brig. (below)
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (prov.) from 3 Brig. (below)
100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Matthew M. Dawson to 1 Brig. (above)
Provisional (Third) Brigade Colonel E. G. Marshall became 3rd Brigade 6/11; discontinued 6/18
2nd New York Mounted Rifles
(dismounted)
to 2 Div. 1 Brig.
24th New York Cavalry (dismounted) to 3 Div. 2 Brig. 6/11
14th New York Heavy Artillery to 2 Brig. (above)
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (prov.) to 2 Brig. (above)
Engineers
35th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Major Nathaniel Wales
Artillery
2nd Maine Battery Captain Albert F. Thomas
14th Massachusetts Battery Captain Joseph W. B. Wright
27th New York Independent Battery from 9 Corps Artillery