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September 1862 • to October >

“The Pennsylvania Reserves”

Commanded by
Brigadier General G. Meade (to September 17)
Brigadier General T. Seymour (September 17-29)
Brigadier General G. Meade

Transferred from the 3rd Division, 3rd Corps, Army of Virginia on September 12, 1862

First Brigade Brigadier General Truman Seymour (^ 9/12)
Colonel R. Biddle Roberts 
Brigadier General Truman Seymour
1st Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Richard B. Roberts (except 9/12 – 9/17)
Captain William C. Talley (9/17-9/29)
2nd Pennsylvania Reserves Captain James N. Byrnes
5th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Joseph W. Fisher
6th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel William Sinclair
13th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Hugh McNeil (mw 9/16)
Adjutant William Hartshorne
Second Brigade Colonel Albert L. Magilton
3rd Pennsylvania Reserves Lt. Colonel John C. Clark
4th Pennsylvania Reserves Major John Nyce
7th Pennsylvania Reserves Colonel Henry C. Bolinger (w 9/14)
Major Chauncey A. Lyman
8th Pennsylvania Reserves Major Silas M. Baily
Third Brigade Colonel Thomas F. Gallagher (w 9/14)
Lt. Colonel Robert Anderson
9th Pennsylvania Reserves Lt. Colonel Robert Anderson (^ 9/14)
Captain Samuel B. Dick
10th Pennsylvania Reserves Lt. Colonel Adoniram J. Warner (w 9/17)
Captain Jonathan P. Smith
11th Pennsylvania Reserves Lt. Colonel Samuel Jackson
12th Pennsylvania Reserves Captain Richard Gustin
Battery A, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Lieutenant John G. Simpson
Battery B, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Captain James H. Cooper
Battery G, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Lieutenant Frank P. Amsden
Battery C, 5th United States Artillery Captain Dunbar R. Ransom
Lieutenant Henry S. Gansevoort (9/17)