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Commanded by Brigadier General William H. French

First Brigade Colonel S. S. Carroll
14th Indiana Infantry Regiment Colonel John Coons
24th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel William B. Robertson
28th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John A. Wildrick
Major Samuel K. Wilson
4th Ohio Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Leonard W. Carpenter
8th Ohio Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Franklin Sawyer
7th West Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Joseph Snider
Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Lockwood
Second Brigade Brigadier General William Hays (to 5/3)
Colonel Charles J. Powers (to 5/16)
Colonel T. J. Smythe
14th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Major Theodore G. Ellis
1st Delaware Infantry Regiment Major Thomas A. Smyth from 3 Brig. 5/16 (below)
12th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Howard Willets
10th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles J. Powers from 3 Brig. 5/16 (below)
108th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles J. Powers
130th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Levi Maish left for Harrisburg to muster out 5/14
132nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles Albright left for Harrisburg to muster out 5/14
Third Brigade Colonel J. D. Mc Gregor (to 5/2)
Colonel Charles Albright (k 5/23)
discontinued 5/16
1st Delaware Infantry Regiment Major Thomas A. Smyth to 2nd Brig. (above)
4th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel William Jameson (to 5/2)
Colonel John D. MacGregor
mustered out 5/25
10th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Marshall (to 4/27)
Colonel John E. Bendix
to 2nd Brig. (above)
Artillery and Cavalry
1st New York Artillery, Battery G Lieutenant Edmund Kirby to Artillery Reserve, 1st Volunteer Brig.
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery G Captain George W. Adams to Artillery Reserve, 4th Volunteer Brig.