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Commanded by
Major General John Sedgwick (to January 26)
Major General Oliver O. Howard

First Division

Brigadier General Winfield S. Hancock (to 1/24)
Brigadier General Samuel K. Zook
First Brigade Colonel George Von Schack
5th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment Colonel Edward E. Cross  
7th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Gaebel  
61st New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Nelson A. Miles  
64th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Daniel G. Bingham  
81st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen  
145th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Hiram L. Brown  
148th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel James A. Beaver  
Second (Irish) Brigade Brigadier General Thomas F. Meagher (to 12/20)
Colonel Patrick Kelly
28th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel Richard Byrnes  
63rd New York Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Richard C. Bentley  
69th New York Infantry Regiment Captain James Saunders  
88th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Patrick Kelly  
116th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Dennis Heenan (dis. 1/26)
Major St. Clair A. Mulholland
consolidated to battalion (see *note below)
Third Brigade Colonel Samuel K. Zook (^ 1/24)
Colonel R. P. Roberts
27th Connecticut Infantry Regiment Colonel Richard S. Bostwick  
2nd Delaware Infantry Regiment Colonel William P. Baily  
52nd New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Paul Frank  
57th New York Infantry Regiment Major Alford B. Chapman  
66th New York Infantry Regiment Captain Julius Wehle  
53rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel John R. Brooke   
140th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Richard P. Roberts (^ 1/24)  

Second Division

Brigadier General Oliver O. Howard (to 1/26)
Brigadier General J. T. Owen
First Brigade Colonel T. G. Morehead (to 1/25)
Colonel F. D. Sewell
19th Maine Infantry Regiment Colonel Frederick D. Sewall
Lt. Colonel Francis E. Heath
15th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment    
1st Minnesota Infantry Regiment    
34th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel James A. Sutter (res. 1/22)
Colonel Byron Laflin
2nd New York State Militia Lt. Colonel James Huston  
Second Brigade Brigadier General Joshua T. Owen (to 1/26)
Colonel DeWitt C. Baxter
69th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment    
71st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment    
72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel DeWitt C. Baxter (^ 1/26)  
106th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Turner G. Morehead  
Third Brigade Colonel John R. Brooke
19th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment    
20th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment    
7th Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel Norman J. Hall
42nd New York Infantry Regiment    
59th New York Infantry Regiment    
127th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel William W. Jennings  
Division Artillery and Cavalry    
Battery A, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Captain John A. Tompkins  
Battery B, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Captain John G. Hazard  

Third Division

Brigadier General Alfred Sully (to 1/10)
Major General William H. French
First Brigade Colonel William B. Robertson
14th Indiana Infantry Regiment Colonel William Harrow  
24th New Jersey Infantry Regiment    
28th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel E. A. L. Roberts  
4th Ohio Infantry Regiment    
8th Ohio Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Franklin Sawyer  
7th West Virginia Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Jonathan Lockwood  
Second Brigade Colonel R. C. Johnson (to 1/24)
Colonel Dwight Morris
14th Connecticut Infantry Regiment    
12th New Jersey Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert C. Johnson  
108th New York Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Charles J. Powers  
130th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry I. Zinn  
132nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Vincent M. Wilcox  
Third Brigade Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Marshall (to 1/5)
Colonel John D. Mc Gregor
1st Delaware Infantry Regiment Major Thomas A. Smyth  
4th New York Infantry Regiment Lieut. Colonel William Jameson  
10th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel John E. Bendix  
Division Artillery and Cavalry    
1st New York Artillery, Battery G Captain J.D. Frank  
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery G Captain C. D. Owen  

Corps Reserve Artillery

1st United States Artillery, Battery I Lieutenant Edmund Kirby  
4th United States Artillery, Battery A Lieutenant Rufus King, Jr.  

*Note: The 116th Pennsylvania Infantry was consolidated to a battalion of four companies. Colonel Heenan was honorably mustered out as no longer having a command due his rank. Lieutenant Colonel Mulholland took a cut in grade to major to be able to stay with the battalion.