Official Records of the Rebellion

Official Records of the Rebellion: Volume Eleven, Chapter 23, Part 1: Peninsular Campaign: Reports

The Document

No. 1. [p.279]

Organization of the Army of the Potomac, commanded by Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, during the Siege of Yorktown, Va., April 5 to May 4, 1862.

[Compiled from the records of the Adjutant.General’s Office.]

AT GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

Provost Guard.

2d U. S. Cavalry.
Battalion 8th U. S. Infantry.
Battalion 17th U. S. Infantry.

Guards and Orderlies.

A and E 4th U. S. Cavalry.
Independent company Oneida Cavalry.
Sturges’ Rifles.

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SECOND ARMY CORPS.—Brig. Gen. Edwin V. SUMNER.

SEDGWICK’S DIVISION.

Brig. Gen. JOHN SEDGWICK.

Provost Guard.

K, 6th New York Cavalry.

Gorman’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WILLIS A. GORMAN.

1st Minnesota.
15th Massachusetts.
34th New York.
2d New York.
1st Company Mass. Sharpshooters.


Burns’ Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM W. BURNS.

69th Pennsylvania.
71st Pennsylvania.
72d Pennsylvania.
106th Pennsylvania.

 

Dana’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. N. J. T. DANA.

7th Michigan.
19th Massachusetts.
20th Massachusetts.
42d New York.

Artillery.

Col. CHARLES H. TOMPKINS.

A, 1st Rhode Island.
B, 1st Rhode Islaud.
G, 1st Rhode Island.
I, 1st. United States.

RICHARDSON’S DIVISION.

Brig. Gen. ISRAEL B. RICHARDSON.

Provost Guard.

D, 6th New York Cavalry.

Howard’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. OLIVER O. HOWARD.

5th New Hampshire.
61st New York.
64th New York.
81st Pennsylvania.

French’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM H. FRENCH.

52d New York.
57th New York.
66th New York.
53d Pennsylvania

Meagher’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. THOMAS F. MEAGHER.

63d New York.
69th New York.
88th New York.

Artillery.

Capt. George W. Hazzard.

B, 1st New York.
G, 1st New York.
A, 2d Battalion New York.
A, 4th United States.
C, 4th United States.

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CAVALRY.

Col. JOHN F. FARNSWORTH.

8th Illinois.

THIRD ARMY CORPS.—Brig. Gen. S. P. HEINTZNLMAN.

PORTER’S DIVISION

Brig. Gen. FITZ JOHN PORTER.

First Brigade.

Brig. Gen. JOHN H. MARTINDALE.

2d Maine.
18th Massachusetts.
22d Massachusetts.
13th New York.
25th New York.
2d Company Mass. Sharpshooters.

Third Brigade.

Brig. Gen. DANIEL BUTTERFIELD.

16th Michigan.
83d Pennsylvania.
12th New York.
17th New York.
44th New York.

Second Brigade.

Brig. Gen. GEORGE W. MORELL

4th Michigan.
9th Massachusetts.
14th New York.
62d Pennsylvania.

Artillery.

Capt. CHARLES GRIFFIN.

C, Massachusetts.
E, Massachusetts.
C, 1st Rhode Island.
D, 5th United States.

Unattached.

1st U. S. Sharpshooters.
A, 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

HOOKER'S DIVISION

Brig. Gen. JOSEPH HOOKER.

First Brigade.

Brig. Gen. CUVIER GROVER.

2d New Hampshire.
1st Massachusetts.
11th Massachusetts.
26th Pennsylvania.

Third Brigade.

Col. SAMUEL H. STARR.

5th New Jersey.
6th New Jersey.
7th New Jersey.
8th New Jersey.

Second Brigade.

Col. NELSON TAYLOR.

70th New York.
71st New York.
72d New York.
73d New York.
74th New York.

Artillery.

Maj. C. S. WAINWRIGHT.

D, 1st New York.
4th New York Battery.
6th New York Battery.
H, 1st United States.

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HAMILTON’S DIVISION.

(1.) Brig. Gen.CHARLES S. HAMILTON.
(2.) Brig. Gen. PHILIP KEARNY.

First Brigade.

Brig. Gen. C. D. JAMESON.

57th Pennsylvania.
63rd Pennsylvania.
105th Pennsylvania.
87th New York.

Third Brigade.

Brig. Gen. HIRAM G. BERRY.

2d Michigan
3d Michigan
5th Michigan
37th New York

Second Brigade.

Brig. Gen. DAVID B. BIRNEY.

3d Maine.
4th Maine.
38th New York.
40th New York.

Artillery.

Capt. JAMES THOMPSON.

B, 1st New Jersey.
E, 1st Rhode island.
G, 2d United States.

CAVALRY

Col. WILLIAM W. AVERELL.

3d Pennsylvania.

FOURTH ARMY CORPS.—Brig. Gen. ERASMUS D. KEYES.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brig. Gen. DARIUS N. COUCH

Briggs’ Brigade.

Col. HENRY S. BRIGGS.

2d Rhode Island.
7th Massachusetts.
10th Massachusetts.
36th New York.

Graham’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. L. P. GRAHAM.

23d Pennsylvania.
31st Pennsylvania.
61st Pennsylvania.
65th New York.
67th New York.

Peck’ s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. JOHN J. PECK.

55th New York.
62d New York.
93d Pennsylvania.
98th Pennsylvania.
102d Pennsylvania.

Artillery.

Maj. R. M. WEST.

1st Pennsylvania.
1st Pennsylvania.
1st Pennsylvania.
1st Peiinsylvania.

SMITH'S DIVISION.

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM F. SMITH.

First Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK.

5th Wisconsin.
6th Maine.
43d New York.
49th Pennsylvania.

Second Brigade.

Brig. Gun. W. T. H. BROOKS.

2d Vermont.
3d Vermont.
4th Vermont.
5th Vermont.
6th Vermont.

[p.283] Third Brigade.

Brig. Gen. JOHN W. DAVIDSON.

7th Maine.
33d New York.
49th New York.
77th New York.

Artillery.

Capt. R. B. AYRES.

1st New York Battery.
3d New York Battery.
E, 1st New York.
F, 5th United States.

CASEY’S DIVISION.

Brig. Gen. SILAS CASEY.

First Brigade.

Brig. Gen. HENRY M. NAGLEE.

52d Pennsylvania.
104th Pennsylvania.
56th New York.
100th New York.
11th Maine.

Third Brigade.

Brig. Gen. I. N. PALMER.

81st New York.
85th Now York.
92d New York.
93d New York.
98th New York.

Second Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM H. KEIM.

85th Pennsylvania.
101st Pennsylvania.
103d Pennsylvania.
96th New York.

Artillery.

Col. G. D. BAILEY.

A, 1st Now York.
H, 1st New York.
7th New York Battery.
8th New York Battery.

BRIGADE REGULAR INFANTRY.

Brig. Gen. GEORGE SYKES.

2nd United States
3rd United States
4th United States
6th United States
10th United States

11th United States
12th United States
14th United States
17th United States
5th New York

CAVALRY RESERVE.

Brig. Gen. P. ST. GEORGE COOKE

Emory’s Brigade.

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM H. EMORY.

5th United States.
6th United States.
6th Pennsylvania.

Blake’s Brigade.

Col. GEORGE A. H. BLAKE

1st United States.
5th Pennsylvania.
McClellan Dragoons.

ARTILLERY RESERVE.

Col. HENRY J. HUNT.

E, 1st United States.
G. 1st United States.
K, 1st United States.
A, 2d United States.
B, 2d United States.
E, 2d United States.
M, 2d United States.
C, 3d United States.
F, 3d United States.
G, 3d United States.
K, 3d United States.
L, 3d United States.
M, 3d United States.
G, 4th United States.
K, 4th United States.
A, 5th United States.
I, 5th Luited States.
K, 5th United States.
A, 1st Battalion New York.
B, 1st Battalion New York.
0, 1st Battalion New York.
D, 1st Battalion New York.
5th New York Battery.

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CAVALRY

9th New York

SIEGE TRAIN

Col. R. O. TYLER

1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery

VOLUNTEER ENGINEER BRIGADE

Brig. Gen. D. P. WOODBURY

15th New York
50th New York

BATTALION UNITED STATES ENGINEERS

Capt. J. C. DUANE

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Official Records of the Rebellion: Volume Eleven, Chapter 23, Part 1: Peninsular Campaign: Reports, pp.279-284

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