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Commanded by
Major General Philip Kearney (killed September 1)
Brigadier General David Birney (September 1 – September 3)
Brigadier General George Stoneman (after September 13)

First Brigade Brigadier General John C. Robinson
20th Indiana Infantry Regiment Colonel William L. Brown
87th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Stephen A. Dodge consolidated with 40th New York
63rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Alexander Hays (to 9/29)
Major William S. Kirkwood
105th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel William W. Corbet (res. 9/10)
Colonel Amor A. McKnight
141st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry J. Madill  from Washington
Second Brigade Brigadier General David Birney (9/1 & after 9/13)
Colonel J. H. H. Ward (9/1 – 9/13)
3rd Maine Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry G. Staples
4th Maine Infantry Regiment Colonel Elijah Walker
1st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Garrett W. Dyckman to 3 Brig. (below)
38th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel John H.H. Ward
40th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Thomas W. Egan
101st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel George F. Chester
57th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles T. Campbell
Third Brigade Colonel Orlando Poe
Brigadier General Hiram Berry
2nd Michigan Infantry Regiment
3rd Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel Stephen Champlin (w 9/30)
Major Byron R. Pierce (Lt. Col. 9/24)
5th Michigan Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel John Pulford
1st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Garrett W. Dyckman from 2 Brig. (above)
37th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Samuel B. Hayman
55th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Philippe Regis DeTrobriand from 4 Corps, 1 Div. 2 Bde.
99th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Asher Leidy
Artillery
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery E
3rd United States Artillery, Batteries F&K from 5 Corps Artillery Res.