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Commanded by Brigadier General Albion P. Howe

The Second Division did not have a First Brigade from March of 1863 until March of 1864.

Second Brigade Colonel Lewis A. Grant
26th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Andrew J. Morrison
Lieutenant Colonel Edward Martindale
2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel James H. Walbridge
3rd Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel Thomas O. Seaver
Lieutenant Colonel Samuel E. Pingree
4th Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles B. Stoughton
5th Vermont Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John R. Lewis
6th Vermont Infantry Regiment Colonel Elisha L. Barney
Third Brigade Brigadier General Thomas H. Neill
7th Maine Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Seldon Connor
21st New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Gilliam Van Houton (mw)
20th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Ernst Von Vegesack left for New York to muster out 5/6
33rd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert F. Taylor left for New York to muster out 5/14
43rd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Benjamn F. Baker from Light Division
49th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Daniel D. Bidwell
77th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Winsor B. French
61st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel George C. Spear (k 5/3)
Major George Dawson
Colonel George F. Smith
from Light Division
Artillery Major John Watts De Peyster
Maryland Artillery, Battery B Captain Alonzo Snow to Army Artillery Reserve
1st New York Independent Battery to 6th Corps Artillery
1st New York Artillery, Battery E Captain Charles C. Wheeler to 1st Corps Artilery
Battery F, 5th United States Artillery Lieutenant Leonard Martin to 6th Corps Artillery