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Commanded by Brigadier General William B. Franklin

Franklin’s Division became the 1st Division of the 1st Corps of the Army of the Potomac on March 3, 1862.

First Brigade Brig. Gen. Philip Kearney
1st New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Alfred T. A. Torbert
2nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Isaac M. Tucker
3rd New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel George W. Taylor
4th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel James H. Simpson
Second Brigade Brig. Gen. Henry P. Slocum
5th Maine Infantry Regiment Colonel Nathaniel J. Jackson
16th New York Infantry Regiment Col. Thomas Davies (to BG 3/7)
Colonel Joseph Howland
27th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Joseph J. Bartlett
96th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry L. Cake
Third Brigade Brig. Gen. J. Newton
18th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel William H. Young
31st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Calvin E. Pratt
32nd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Roderick Matheson
95th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel John M. Gosline
Cavalry and Artillery
1st Massachusetts Battery
Battery A, 1st New Jersey Artillery Captain William Hexamer
Battery F, 1st New York Artillery
Pennsylvania Independent Battery D Captain George W. Durell from McDowell’s Div.;
to Rappahannock, 1 Div.
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery D from McDowell’s Div.
Battery D, 2nd United States Artillery
Battery M, 2nd United States Artillery
1st New York Cavalry Regiment Colonel Andrew T. McReynolds