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March 1864 to April >

Commanded by Brigadier General Henry Prince

The Third Division of the Sixth Corps was recreated on March 24th, 1864 when the Third Corps was broken up and its Third Division was reassigned to the Sixth Corps.

First Brigade Colonel William H. Morris
14th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel William S. Truex from 3 Corps 3 Div. 1 Brig.
106th New York Infantry Regiment Major Andrew N. McDonald from 3 Corps 3 Div. 3 Brig.
151st New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Erwin A. Bowen from 3 Corps 3 Div. 1 Brig.
87th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel John W. Schall from 3 Corps 3 Div. 3 Brig.
10th Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel ALbert B. Jewett from 3 Corps 3 Div. 1 Brig.
Second Brigade Brigadier General David A. Russell
6th Maryland Infantry Regiment Colonel John W. Horn from 3 Corps 3 Div. 2 Brig.
110th Ohio Infantry Regiment Major Otho H. Binkley from 3 Corps 3 Div. 2 Brig.
122nd Ohio Infantry Regiment Colonel William H. Ball from 3 Corps 3 Div. 2 Brig.
126th Ohio Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel William H. Harlan from 3 Corps 3 Div. 3 Brig.
67th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment temporarily attached to 138 PA* from 3 Corps 3 Div. 2 Brig.
138th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Matthew R. McClennan from 3 Corps 3 Div. 2 Brig.

Note: The 67th Pennsylvania was on Veteran’s furlough during this time. 200 non veterans were attached to the 138th Pennsylvania until their enlistments were up.