Battle of Chancellorsville: Union Army
Chancellorsville Order of Battle (AoP)
Gen. JOSEPH HOOKER, Commanding
COMMAND OF THE PROVOST-MARSHAL-GENERAL
Brig. Gen. MARSENA R. PATRICK
93d New York Infantry, Col. John S. Crocker.
6th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Companies E and I, Capt.
8th U.S. Infantry, Companies A, B, C, D, F, and G, Capt. E. W. H. Read.
Detachment Regular Cavalry, Lieut.
Col. WILLIAM F. ROGERS
Maryland Light Artillery, Battery B, Capt. Alonzo Snow.
21st New York Infantry, Lieut. Col.
Chester W. Sternberg.
23d New York Infantry, Col. Henry C. Hoffman.
35th New York Infantry, Col. John G. Todd.
New York Infantry (20th Militia), Col. Theodore B. Gates.
Ohio Light Artillery, 12th Battery, Capt. Aaron C. Johnson.
Brig. Gen. HENRY W. BENHAM
15th New York, Col. Clinton G. Colgate.
50th New York, Col. Charles B. Stuart.
United States, Capt. Chauncey B. Reese.
Capt. SAMUEL T. CUSHING
Lieut. JOHN R. EDIE
GUARDS AND ORDERLIES
Oneida (N.Y.) Cavalry, Capt. Daniel P. Mann.
Brig. Gen. HENRY J. HUNT, Chief of Artillery
(1) Capt. WILLIAM M. GRAHAM
(2) Brig. Gen. ROBERT O. TYLER
1st Connecticut Heavy, Battery B, Lieut. Albert F. Brooker.
1st Connecticut Heavy, Battery M,
Capt. Franklin A. Pratt.
New York Light, 5th Battery, Capt. Elijah D. Taft.
New York Light, 15th Battery, Capt. Patrick
New York Light, 29th Battery, Lieut. Gustav von Blucher.
New York Light, 30th Battery, Capt. Adolph Voegelee.
York Light, 32d Battery, Lieut. George Gaston.
1st United States, Battery K, Lieut. Lorenzo Thomas, jr.
3d United States,
Battery C, Lieut. Henry Meinell.
4th United States, Battery G, Lieut. Marcus P. Miller.
5th United States, Battery K,
Lieut. David H. Kinzie.
32d Massachusetts Infantry, Company C, Capt. Josiah C. Fuller.
4th New Jersey (seven companies):
Col. William Birney.
Robert S. Johnston.
FIRST ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. JOHN R. REYNOLDS
1st Maine Cavalry, Company L, Capt. Constantine Taylor
Brig. Gen. JAMES S. WADSWORTH
Col. WALTER PHELPS, JR.
22d New York, Maj. Thomas J. Strong.
24th New York, Col. Samuel R. Beardsley.
New York, Col. William M. Searing.
84th New York (14th Militia), Col. Edward B. Fowler.
Brig. Gen. LYSANDER CUTLER
7th Indiana, Lieut. Col. Ira G. Grover.
76th New York, Col. William P. Wainwright.
York, Col. George H. Biddle.
147th New York, Col. John G. Butler.
56th Pennsylvania, Col. J. William Hofmann.
Brig. Gen. GABRIEL R. PAUL
22d New Jersey, Col. Abraham G. Demarest.
29th New Jersey, Col. William R. Taylor.
Jersey, Col. John J. Cladek.
31st New Jersey, Lieut. Col. Robert R. Honeyman.
137th Pennsylvania, Col. Joseph B. Kiddoo.
Brig. Gen. SOLOMON MEREDITH
19th Indiana, Col. Samuel J. Williams.
24th Michigan, Col. Henry A. Morrow.
Col. Lucius Fairchild.
6th Wisconsin, Col. Edward S. Bragg.
7th Wisconsin, Col. William W. Robinson.
Capt. JOHN A. REYNOLDS
New Hampshire Light, 1st Battery, Capt. Frederick M. Edgell.
1st New York Light, Battery L,
Capt. John A. Reynolds.
4th United States, Battery B, Lieut. James Stewart.
Brig. Gen. JOHN C. ROBINSON
Col. ADRIAN R. ROOT
16th Maine, Col. Charles W. Tilden.
94th New York, Capt. Samuel A. Moffett.
104th New York,
Col. Gilbert G. Prey.
107th Pennsylvania, Col. Thomas F. McCoy.
Brig. Gen. HENRY BAXTER
12th Massachusetts, Col. James L. Bates.
26th New York, Lieut. Col. Gilbert S. Jennings.
Pennsylvania, Col. Peter Lyle.
136th Pennsylvania, Col. Thomas M. Bayne.
Col. SAMUEL H. LEONARD
13th Massachusetts, Lieut. Col. N. Walter Batchelder.
83d New York (9th Militia), Lieut. Col.
Joseph A. Moesch.
97th New York, Col. Charles Wheelock.
11th Pennsylvania, Col. Richard Coulter.
Lieut. Col. Louis Wagner.
Capt. DUNBAR R. RANSOM
Maine Light, 2d Battery (B), Capt. James A. Hall.
Maine Light, 5th Battery (E):
George F. Leppien.
Lieut. Edmund Kirby.
Greenleaf T. Stevens.
Pennsylvania Light, Battery C, Capt. James Thompson.
5th United States, Battery C, Capt. Dunbar
Maj. Gen. ABNER DOUBLEDAY
Brig. Gen. THOMAS A. ROWLEY
121st Pennsylvania, Col. Chapman Biddle.
135th Pennsylvania, Col. James R. Porter.
Col. Robert P. Cummins.
151st Pennsylvania, Col. Harrison Allen.
Col. ROY STONE
143d Pennsylvania, Col. Edmund L. Dana.
149th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Walton Dwight.
Pennsylvania, Col. Langhorne Wister.
Maj. EZRA W. MATTHEWS
1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery B, Capt. James H. Cooper.
1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery F,
Lieut. R. Bruce Ricketts.
1st Pennsylvania Light, Battery G, Capt. Frank P. Amsden.
SECOND ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. DARIUS N. COUCH
6th New York Cavalry, Companies D and K, Capt. Riley Johnson.
Brig. Gen. JOHN C. CALDWELL
5th New Hampshire: Col. Edward E. Cross.
Col. Charles E. Hapgood. 61st New York:
Col. Nelson A. Miles.
Col. K. Oscar Broady.
81st Pennsylvania, Col. H. Boyd McKeen.
James A. Beaver.
Maj. George A. Fairlamb.
Brig. Gen. THOMAS F. MEAGHER
28th Massachusetts, Col. Richard Byrnes.
63d New York, Lieut. Col. Richard C. Bentley.
New York, Capt. James E. McGee.
88th New York, Col. Patrick Kelly.
116th Pennsylvania (battalion), Maj. St. Clair A.
Brig. Gen. SAMUEL K. ZOOK
52d New York:
Col. Paul Frank.
Col. Charles G. Freudenberg.
57th New York, Lieut. Col. Alford B. Chapman.
66th New York, Col. Orlando H. Morris.
Pennsylvania, Col. Richard P. Roberts.
Col. JOHN R. BROOKE
27th Connecticut, Col. Richard S. Bostwick.
2d Delaware, Lieut. Col. David L. Stricker.
New York, Col. Daniel G. Bingham.
53d Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Richards McMichael.
145th Pennsylvania, Col. Hiram
Capt. RUFUS D. PETTIT
1st New York Light, Battery B, Capt. Rufus D. Pettit.
4th United States, Battery C, Lieut.
Brig. Gen. JOHN GIBBON
(1) Brig. Gen. ALFRED SULLY.
(2) Col. HENRY W. HUDSON.
Col. BYRON LAFLIN.
19th Maine, Col. Francis E. Heath.
15th Massachusetts, Maj. George C. Joslin.
Minnesota, Lieut. Col. William Colvill, jr.
34th New York:
Col. Byron Laflin.
Col. John Beverly.
82d New York (2d Militia):
Col. Henry W. Hudson.
Col. James Huston.
Brig. Gen. JOSHUA T. OWEN
69th Pennsylvania, Col. Dennis O'Kane.
71st Pennsylvania, Col. Richard P. Smith.
Col. De Witt C. Baxter.
106th Pennsylvania, Col. Turner G. Morehead.
Col. NORMAN J. HALL
19th Massachusetts, Lieut. Col. Arthur F. Devereux.
20th Massachusetts, Lieut. Col. George N.
7th Michigan, Capt. Amos E. Steele, jr.
49d New York, Col. James E. Mallon.
59th New York, Lieut. Col. Max
127th Pennsylvania, Col. William W. Jennings.
1st Rhode Island Light, Battery A, Capt. William A. Arnold.
1st Rhode Island Light,
Battery B, Lieut. T. Fred. Brown.
1st Company Massachusetts, Capt. William Plumer.
Maj. Gen. WILLIAM H. FRENCH
Col. SAMUEL S. CARROLL
14th Indiana, Col. John Coons.
24th New Jersey, Col. William B. Robertson.
28th New Jersey:
Col. John A. Wildrick.
Maj. Samuel K. Wilson.
4th Ohio, Lieut. Col. Leonard
8th Ohio, Lieut. Col. Franklin Sawyer.
7th West Virginia:
Lieut. Col. Jonathan H. Lockwood.
(1) Brig. Gen. WILLIAM HAYS
(2) Col. CHARLES J. POWERS
14th Connecticut, Maj. Theodore G. Ellis.
12th New Jersey:
J. Howard Willets.
Maj. John T. Hill.
108th New York:
Charles J. Powers.
Lieut. Col. Francis E. Pierce.
Maj. Joseph S. Jenkins.
(1) Col. JOHN D MACGREGOR
(2) Col. CHARLES ALBRIGHT
1st Delaware, Col. Thomas A. Smyth.
4th New York, Lieut. Col. William Jameson.
Lieut. Col. Joseph E. Shreve.
1st New York Light, Battery G, Lieut. Nelson Ames.
1st Rhode Island Light, Battery G,
Capt. George W. Adams.
1st United States, Battery I, Lieut. Edmund Kirby.
4th United States, Battery A, Lieut.
Alonzo H. Cushing.
THIRD ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. DANIEL E. SICKLES
Brig. Gen. DAVID B. BIRNEY
(1) Brig. Gen. CHARLES K. GRAHAM
(2) Col. THOMAS W. EGAN
57th Pennsylvania, Col. Peter Sides.
Col. William S. Kirkwood.
Capt. James F. Ryan.
68th Pennsylvania, Col. Andrew
Col. Amor A. McKnight.
Col. Calvin A. Craig.
Col. Charles H. T. Coilis.
Col. Frederick F. Cavada.
141st Pennsylvania, Col. Henry J. Madill.
Brig. Gen. J. H. HOBART WARD
20th Indiana, Col. John Wheeler.
3d Maine, Col. Moses B. Lakeman.
4th Maine, Col. Elijah
38th New York, Col. P. Regis de Trobriand.
40th New York, Col. Thomas W. Egan.
99th Pennsylvania, Col. Asher
Col. SAMUEL B. HAYMAN
Lieut. Col. Charles B. Merrill.
Thomas A. Roberts.
Col. Byron R. Pierce.
Col. Edwin S. Pierce.
Lieut. Col. Edward T. Sherlock.
1st New York, Lieut. Col. Francis L. Leland.
37th New York, Lieut. Col. Gilbert Riordan.
Capt. A. JUDSON CLARK
New Jersey Light, Battery B, Lieut. Robert Sims.
1st Rhode Island Light, Battery E, Lieut. Pardon
3d United States, Batteries F and K, Lieut. John G. Turnbull.
(1) Maj. Gen. HIRAM G. BERRY
(2) Brig. Gen. JOSEPH B. CARR
(1) Brig. Gen. JOSEPH B. CARR
(2) Col. WILLIAM BLAISDELL
1st Massachusetts, Col. Napoleon B. McLaughlen.
Lieut. Col. Porter D. Tripp.
16th Massachusetts, Lieut.
Col. Waldo Merriam.
11th New Jersey, Col. Robert McAllister.
Benjamin C. Tilghman.
Maj. Robert L. Bodine.
(1) Brig. Gen. JOSEPH W. REVERE
(2) Col. J. EGBERT FARNUM
70th New York:
Col. J. Egbert Farnum.
Col. Thomas Holt.
71st New York, Col. Henry L. Potter.
72d New York:
William O Stevens.
Maj. John Leonard.
73d New York, Maj. Michael W. Burns.
Lieut. Col. Wm. H. Lounsbury.
Henry M. Alles.
Capt. Francis E. Tyler.
120th New York, Lieut. Col. Cornelius
(1) Brig. Gen. GERSHOM MOTT
(2) Col. WILLIAM J. SEWELL
5th New Jersey:
Col. William J. Sewell.
Ashbel W. Angel
Capt. Virgil M. Healy.
6th New Jersey:
George C. Burling.
Lieut. Col. Stephen R. Gilkyson.
7th New Jersey:
Louis R. Francine.
Lieut. Col. Francis Price.
8th New Jersey:
Capt. John G. Langston.
2d New York:
Sidney W. Park.
Lieut. Col. William A. Olmsted.
Francis A. Lancaster.
Maj. John P. Dunne.
Capt. THOMAS W. OSBORN
1st New York Light, Battery D, Lieut. George B. Winslow.
New York Light, 4th Battery:
George F. Barstow.
Lieut. William T. McLean.
1st United States, Battery H:
Justin E. Dimick.
Lieut. James A. Sanderson.
4th United States, Battery K, Lieut.
Francis W. Seeley.
(1) Maj. Gen. AMIEL W. WHIPPLE
(2) Brig. Gen. CHARLES K. GRAHAM
Col. EMLEN FRANKLIN
86th New York:
Lieut. Col. Barna J. Chapin.
Jacob H. Lansing.
124th New York, Col. A. Van Horne Ellis.
122d Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Edward McGovern.
Col. SAMUEL M. BOWMAN
12th New Hampshire, Col. Joseph H. Potter.
84th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Milton Opp.
Col. James Crowthen.
David M. Jones.
Col. HIRAM BERDAN
1st U.S. Sharpshooters, Lieut. Col. Casper Trepp.
2d U.S. Sharpshooters, Maj. Homer R. Stoughton.
(1) Capt. ALBERT A. VON PUTTKAMMER
(2) Capt. JAMES F. HUNTINGTON
New York Light, 10th Battery, Lieut. Samuel Lewis.
New York Light, 11th Battery, Lieut. John
1st Ohio Light, Battery H, Capt. James F. Huntington.
FIFTH ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. GEORGE G. MEADE
Brig. Gen. CHARLES GRIFFIN
Brig. Gen. JAMES BARNES
2d Maine, Col. George Varney.
18th Massachusetts, Col. Joseph Hayes.
22d Massachusetts, Col.
William S. Tilton.
2d. Co. Massachusetts Sharpshooters, Lieut. Robert Smith.
1st Michigan. Col. Ira C. Abbott.
New York (battalion) Capt. William Downey.
25th New York, Col. Charles A Johnson.
118th Pennsylvania, Col. Charles M.
(1) Col. JAMES McQUADE
(2) Col. JACOB SWEITZER
9th Massachusetts, Col. Patrick R. Gurney.
32d Massachusetts, Lieut. Col Luther Stephenson.
Michigan, Col. Harrison H. Jeffords.
14th New York, Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Davies.
Jacob B. Sweitzer.
Lieut. Col. James C. Hull.
Col. THOMAS B. W. STOCKTON
20th Maine, Lieut. Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain.
Michigan Sharpshooters, Brady's Company.
16th Michigan, Lieut. Col. Norva1 E.
12th New York, Capt. William Huson.
17th New York, Lieut. Col. Nelson B. Bartram.
44th New York, Col.
James C. Rice.
83d Pennsylvania, Col. Strong Vincent.
Capt. AUGUSTUS P. MARTIN
Massachusetts Light, 3d Battery (C), Capt. Augustus P. Martin.
Massachusetts Light, 5th Battery
(E), Capt. Charles A. Phillips.
1st Rhode Island Light, Battery C, Capt. Richard Waterman.
5th United States, Battery
D, Lieut. Charles E. Hazlett.
Maj. Gen. GEORGE SYKES
Brig. Gen. ROMEYN B. AYRES
3d United States, Companies B, C, F, G, I, and K, Capt. John D. Wilkins.
4th United States,
Companies C, F, H, and K, Capt. Hiram Dryer.
12th United States, Companies A, B. C, D, and G (First Battalion), and A,
C, and D (Second Battalion), Maj. Richard S. Smith.
14th United States, Companies A, B, D, E, F, and G (First Battalion),
and F and G (Second Battalion), Capt. Jonathan B. Hager.
Col. SIDNEY BURBANK
2d United States, Companies B, C, F, I, and K:
Salem S. Marsh.
Capt. Samuel A. McKee.
6th United States, Companies D, F,
G, H, and I, Capt. Levi C. Bootes.
7th United States, Companies A, B, E, and I, Capt. David P. Hancock.
States. Companies D, G, and H. Lieut. Edward G. Bush.
11th United States, Companies B, C, D, E, F, and G (First Battalion),
and C and D (Second Battalion), Maj. DeL. Floyd-Jones.
17th United States, Companies A, C, D, G, and H (First Battalion),
and A and B (Second Battalion), Maj. George L. Andrews.
Col. PATRICK H. O'RORKE
5th New York, Col. Cleveland Winslow.
140th New York, Lieut. Col. Louis Ernst.
York, Col. Kenner Garrard.
Capt. STEPHEN H. WEED
1st Ohio Light, Battery L, Capt. Frank C. Gibbs.
5th United States, Battery I, Lieut.
Malbone F. Watson.
Brig. Gen. ANDREW A. HUMPHREYS
Brig. Gen. ERASTUS B. TYLER
Col. Edgar M. Gregory.
Col. Joseph H. Sinex.
126th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. David W. Rowe.
129th Pennsylvania, Col. Jacob G. Frick.
Pennsylvania, Col. Edward O'Brien.
Col. PETER H. ALLABACH
l23d Pennsylvania, Col. John B. Clark.
131st Pennsylvania, Maj. Robert W. Patton.
Pennsylvania, Col. Franklin B. Speakman.
155th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. John H. Cain.
Capt. ALANSON M. RANDOL
1st New York Light, Battery C, Capt. Almont Barnes.
1st United States, Batteries E and G, Capt.
Alanson M. Randol.
SIXTH ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. JOHN SEDGWICK
Maj. HUGH H. JANEWAY
1st New Jersey Cavalry, Company L. Lieut. Voorhees Dye.
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company
H, Capt. William S. Craft.
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM T. H. BROOKS
4th New Jersey Infantry, Companies A, C, and H. Capt. Charles Ewing.
(l) Col. HENRY W. BROWN
(2) Col. WILLIAM H. PENROSE
SAMUEL L. BUCK
(4) Col. WILLIAM H. PENROSE
1st New Jersey:
Col. Mark W. Collet.
Col. William Henry, jr..
2d New Jersey:
Col. Samuel L. Buck.
Col. Charles Wiebecke.
3d New Jersey, Maj. J. W. H. Stickney.
15th New Jersey:
William H. Penrose.
Lieut. Col. Edward L. Campbell.
23d New Jersey, Col. E.
Brig. Gen. JOSEPH J. BARTLETT
5th Maine, Col. Clark S. Edwards.
16th New York, Col. Joel J. Seaver.
27th New York,
Col. Alexander D. Adams.
121st New York, Col. Emory Upton.
96th Pennsylvania, Maj. William H. Lessig.
Brig. Gen. DAVID A. RUSSELL
18th New York, Col. George R. Myers.
32d New York, Col. Francis E. Pinto.
Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Hulings.
Lieut. Col. Elisha Hall.
Theodore H. McCalla.
119th Pennsylvania, Col. Peter C. Ellmaker.
Maj. JOHN A. TOMPKINS
Massachusetts Light, 1st Battery (A), Capt. William H. McCartney.
New Jersey Light, Battery
A, Lieut. Augustin N. Parsons.
Maryland Light, Battery A, Capt. James H. Rigby.
2d United States, Battery D, Lieut.
Edward B. Williston.
Brig. Gen. ALBION P. HOWE
Col. LEWIS A. GRANT
26th New Jersey:
Col. Andrew J. Morrison.
Col. Edward Martindale.
2d Vermont, Col. James H. Walbridge.
Thomas O. Scarer.
Lieut. Col. Samuel E. Pingree.
Col. Charles B. Stoughton.
5th Vermont, Lieut. Col. John R. Lewis.
6th Vermont, Col. Elisha L. Barney.
Brig. Gen. THOMAS H. NEILL
7th Maine, Lieut. Col. Selden Connor.
21st New Jersey:
Gilliam Van Houten.
Lieut. Col. Isaac S. Mettler.
20th New York, Col.
Ernst von Vegesack.
33d New York, Col. Robert F. Taylor.
49th New York, Col. Daniel B. Bidwell.
77th New York,
Lieut. Col. Winsor B. French.
Maj. J. WATTS DE PEYSTER
New York Light, 1st Battery, Capt. Andrew Cowan.
5th United States, Battery F, Lieut. Leonard
Maj. Gen. JOHN NEWTON
Col. ALEXANDER SHALER
65th New York, Lieut. Col. Joseph E. Hamblin.
67th New York, Col. Nelson Cross.
New York, Col. Silas Titus.
23d Pennsylvania, Col. John Ely.
82d Pennsylvania, Maj. Isaac C. Bassett.
(1) Col. WILLIAM H. BROWNE
(2) Col. HENRY L. EUSTIS
Col. Thomas D. Johns.
Col. Franklin P. Harlow.
10th Massachusetts, Lieut. Col. Joseph B. Parsons.
37th Massachusetts, Col. Oliver
36th New York, Lieut. Col. James J. Walsh.
2d Rhode Island, Col. Horatio Rogers, jr.
Brig. Gen. FRANK WHEATON
62d New York, Lieut. Col. Theodore B. Hamilton.
93d Pennsylvania, Capt. John S. Long.
Col. John F. Ballier.
Col. George Wynkoop.
102d Pennsylvania, Col. Joseph M. Kinkead.
139th Pennsylvania, Col. Frederick H. Collier.
Capt. JEREMIAH MCCARTHY
1st Pennsylvania Light, Batteries C and D, Capt. Jeremiah McCarthy.
2d United States,
Battery G, Lieut. John H. Butler.
Col. HIRAM BURNHAM
6th Maine, Lieut. Col. Benjamin F. Harris.
31st New York, Col. Frank Jones.
43d New York,
Col. Benjamin F. Baker.
Col. George C. Spear.
George W. Dawson.
5th Wisconsin, Col. Thomas S. Allen.
New York Light Artillery, 3d Battery, Lieut. William A. Ham.
ELEVENTH ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. OLIVER O. HOWARD
First Indiana Cavalry, Companies I and K, Capt. Abram Sharra.
(1) Brig. Gen. CHARLES DEVENS, Jr.
(2) Brig. Gen. NATHANIEL
Col. LEOPOLD VON GILSA
41st New York, Maj. Detleo von Einsiedel.
45th New York, Col. George von Amsberg.
Lieut. Col. Charles Ashby.
Col. Charles Glanz.
Col. Jacob Dachrodt.
(1) Brig. Gen. NATHANIEL C. McLEAN
(2) Col. JOHN C. LEE
Col. William H. Noble.
Allen G. Brady.
Col. William P. Richardson.
Col. John C. Lee.
Col. Charles B. Gambee.
Col. Robert Reily.
Col. Seraphim Meyer.
Col. Charles Mueller.
8th New York (one company), Lieut Herman Rosenkranz.
New York Light, 13th Battery, Capt. Julius Dieckmann.
Brig. Gen. ADOLPH VON STEINWEHR
Col. ADOLPHUS BUSCHBECK
29th New York:
Lieut. Col. Louis Hartmann.
Alex. von Schluembach.
154th New York:
Col. Patrick H. Jones.
Col. Henry C. Loomis.
27th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Lorenz Cantador.
73d Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. William
Brig. Gen. FRANCIS C. BARLOW
33d Massachusetts, Col. Adin B. Underwood.
134th New York, Col. Charles R. Coster.
New York, Col. James Wood, jr.
73d Ohio, Col. Orland Smith.
1st New York Light, Battery 1, Capt. Michael Wiedrich.
Maj. Gen. CARL SCHURZ
Brig. Gen. ALEXANDER SCHIMMELFENNIG
Col. Frederick Hecker.
Ferdinand H. Rolshausen.
Capt. Jacob Lasalle.
68th New York, Col. Gotthilf
157th New York, Col. Philip P. Brown,jr.
61st Ohio, Col. Stephen J. McGroarty.
74th Pennsylvania, Lieut.
Col. Adolph von Hartung.
Col. W. KRZYZANOWSKI
58th New York:
Capt. Frederick Braun.
119th New York:
Col. Elias Peissner.
Col. John T. Lockman.
75th Pennsylvania, Col. Francis Mahler.
26th Wisconsin, Col. William. H. Jacobs.
82d Ohio, Col. James S. Robinson.
1st Ohio Light, Battery I, Capt. Hubert Dilger.
Lieut. Col. LOUIS SCHIRMER
New York Light. 2d Battery. Capt. Hermann Jahn.
1st Ohio Light, Battery K, Capt. William L.
1st West Virginia Light, Battery C, Capt. Wallace Hill.
TWELFTH ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. HENRY W. SLOCUM
10th Maine (battalion), Capt. John D. Beardsley.
Brig. Gen. ALPHEUS S. WILLIAMS
Brig. Gen. JOSEPH F. KNIPE
Col. Warren W. Packer.
Col. James A. Bette.
Maj. David F. Lane.
28th New York:
Col. Elliott W. Cook.
Maj. Theophilus Fitzgerald.
Capt. Edward L. Witman.
Joseph A. Mathews.
Maj. Cephas W. Dyer.
Col. SAMUEL ROSS
Lieut. Col. William B. Wooster.
Maj. Philo. B. Buckingham.
3d Maryland. Lieut. Col. Gilbert P. Robinson.
123d New York, Col. Archibald L. McDougall.
145th New York:
Capt. George W. Reid.
Brig. Gen. THOMAS H. RUGER
27th Indiana, Col. Silas Colgrove.
2d Massachusetts, Col. Samuel M. Quincy.
13th New Jersey:
Col. Ezra A. Carman
Capt. George A. Beardsley.
107th New York, Col. Alexander S. Diven.
3d Wisconsin, Col. William Hawley.
Capt. ROBERT H. FITZHUGH
1st New York Light, Battery K, Lieut. Edward L. Bailey.
1st New York Light, Battery M:
Charles E. Winegar.
Lieut. John D Woodbury.
4th United States, Battery F:
Lieut. Franklin B. Crosby.
Edward D. Muhlenberg.
Brig. Gen. JOHN. W. GEARY
Col. CHARLES CANDY
Lieut. Col. Robert L. Kilpatrick.
Henry E. Symmes.
7th Ohio, Col. William R. Creighton.
29th Ohio, Lieut. Col. Thomas Clark.
66th Ohio, Lieut. Col. Eugene Powell.
Lansford F. Chapman.
Capt. Conrad U. Meyer.
147th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col.
Ario Pardee, jr.
Brig. Gen. THOMAS L. KANE
29th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. William Rickards, jr.
Henry J. Stainrook
Capt. John Young, jr.
111th Pennsylvania, Col. George
A. Cobham, jr.
124th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Simon Litzenberg.
l25th Pennsylvania, Col. Jacob Higgins.
Brig. Gen. GEORGE S. GREENE
60th New York, Lieut. Col. John C. O. Redington.
78th New York:
Henry R. Stagg.
Capt. William H. Randall.
102d New York, Col. James C. Lane.
New York, Col. David Ireland.
149th New York:
Maj. Abel G. Cook.
Oliver T. May.
Lieut. Col. Koert S. Van Voorhis.
Capt. JOSEPH M. KNAP
Pennsylvania Light, Battery E:
Lieut. Charles A.
Lieut, James D. McGill.
Pennsylvania Light, Battery F:
Robert B. Hampton.
Lieut. James P. Fleming.
Brig. Gen. GEORGE STONEMAN
Brig. Gen. ALFRED PLEASONTON
COL. BENJAMIN F. DAVIS
8th Illinois, Lieut. Col. David R. Clendenin.
3d Indiana, Col. George H. Chapman.
York, ----- -----.
9th New York, Col. William Sackett.
Col. THOMAS C. DEVIN
1st Michigan, Company L, Lieut. John K. Truax.
6th New York:
Col. Duncan McVicar.
Capt. William E. Beardsley.
8th Pennsylvania, Maj. Pennock
17th Pennsylvania, Col.Josiah H. Kellogg.
New York Light, 6th Battery, Lieut. Joseph W. Martin.
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM W. AVERELL
Col. HORACE B. SARGENT
1st Massachusetts, Lieut. Col. Greely S. Curtis.
4th New York, Col. Louis P. Di Cesnola.
Ohio, Maj. Benjamin C. Stanhope.
1st Rhode Island, Lieut. Col. John L. Thompson.
Col. JOHN B. MCINTOSH
3d Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Edward S. Jones.
4th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. William E. Doster.
Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Lorenzo D. Rogers.
2d United States, Battery A, Capt. John C. Tidball.
Brig. Gen. DAVID McM. GREGG
Col. JUDSON KILPATRICK
1st Maine, Col. Calvin S. Douty.
2d New York, Lieut. Col. Henry E. Davies, jr.
10th New York,
Lieut. Col. William Irvine.
Col. PERCY WYNDHAM
12th Illinois, Lieut. Col. Hasbrouck Davis.
1st Maryland, Lieut. Col. James M. Deems.
New Jersey, Lieut. Col. Virgil Brodrick.
1st Pennsylvania, Col. John P. Taylor.
REGULAR RESERVE CAVALRY BRIGADE
Brig. Gen. JOHN BUFORD
6th Pennsylvania, Maj. Robert Morris, jr.
1st United States, Capt. R. S.C. Lord.
States, Maj. Charles J. Whiting.
5th United States, Capt. James E. Harrison.
6th United States, Capt. George C. Cram.
Capt. JAMES M. ROBERTSON
2d United States, Batteries B and L, Lieut. Albert O. Vincent.
2d United States, Battery M,
Lieut. Robert Clarke.
4th United States, Battery E. Lieut. Samuel S. Elder.
(Related reading below.)
Source: Official Records of the Union
and Confederate Armies
Recommended Reading: Chancellorsville, by Stephen W. Sears. Description: Chancellorsville was one of the Civil War's pivotal
campaigns, a great victory for the South that also led directly to the death of top Confederate general Stonewall Jackson.
It hasn't generated the amount of literature devoted to most major Civil War battles, largely because John Bigelow's 1910
classic, The Campaign of Chancellorsville, seemed for years to offer the last word. But Sears, employing a mix of published
and unpublished primary accounts to buttress secondary studies, manages to offer more than one new word in a thoroughly engaging
text. Continued below...
is his use of Union military intelligence reports to show how General Joseph Hooker was fed a stream of accurate information
about Robert E. Lee's troops; conversely, Sears points out the battlefield communications failures that hampered the Union
army at critical times. He also examines the roles of Hooker and his corps commanders, finding that half of the latter poorly
served their commander during the campaign. Regarding the Confederate command, Sears analyzes Lee's faulty intelligence and
his relationships with his subordinates. Throughout, he highlights Lee's marvelous good luck, as well as his army's tenacious
fighting capability. One of the book's three appendices explores several of the battle's "romances", e.g., Jackson's
wounding, Alfred Pleasonton's false stories, while two other appendices present orders of battle and casualties. A model campaign
study, Sears's account of Chancellorsville is likely to remain the standard for years to
come… It also includes numerous previously non-published maps and photos.
Recommended Reading: Chancellorsville 1863: The Souls of
the Brave. Description: Ferguson's book about Chancellorsville
reads much like a vintage Stephen Sears book. Meticulous detail is crafted with primary accounts and combined with author
analysis, and the book has a detailed narrative with human elements. Reading these types of accounts concerning Civil War
battles is always enjoyable. Where Furgurson's book differs from Sears's book is, of course, the analysis of Joe Hooker's
management of the campaign. Continued below...
blames subordinates, most notably Howard, and points to Hooker's concussion, Furgurson mentions the exploding pillar incident,
adds soldier accounts of seeing Hooker looking drunk and unresponsive at headquarters and takes Hooker to task. Given Hooker's
pre-victory celebratory orders and his subsequent defeat, I think it's hard to let Hooker completely off the hook. Furgurson
also mentions near the end of the book that Jackson's death affected Gettysburg
and ultimately the war. Had Jackson lived and taken Culp's Hill on July 1 in place of the inactive
Ewell, the Union would have been forced to retreat, likely to the line of defense around
Pipe Creek that Meade was aiming for in the first place. Would the Confederates have won the battle of Gettysburg in that case?
Recommended Reading: Chancellorsville: The Battle
and Its Aftermath (Military Campaigns of the Civil War). Description: A variety of important but lesser-known dimensions of the Chancellorsville
campaign of spring 1863 are explored in this collection of eight original essays. Departing from the traditional focus on
generalship and tactics, the contributors address the campaign's broad context and implications and revisit specific battlefield
episodes that have in the past been poorly understood. Continued below...
was a remarkable victory for Robert E. Lee's troops, a fact that had enormous psychological importance for both sides, which
had met recently at Fredericksburg and would meet again at Gettysburg in just two months. But the achievement, while stunning,
came at an enormous cost: more than 13,000 Confederates became casualties, including Stonewall Jackson, who was wounded by
friendly fire and died several days later. The topics covered in this volume include the influence of politics on the Union
army, the importance of courage among officers, the impact of the war on children, and the state of battlefield medical care.
Other essays illuminate the important but overlooked role of Confederate commander Jubal Early, reassess the professionalism
of the Union cavalry, investigate the incident of friendly fire that took Stonewall Jackson's life, and analyze the military
and political background of Confederate colonel Emory Best's court-martial on charges of abandoning his men. Contributors:
Keith S. Bohannon, Pennsylvania State University; Gary W. Gallagher, Pennsylvania State University; A. Wilson Greene, Petersburg,
Virginia; John J. Hennessy, Fredericksburg, Virginia; Robert K. Krick, Fredericksburg, Virginia; James Marten, Marquette University;
Carol Reardon, Pennsylvania State University; James I. Robertson, Jr., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Recommended Reading: Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville: The Dare Mark Campaign (Great Campaigns of the Civil
War) (Hardcover). From Kirkus Reviews: A broadly researched, finely detailed, and well-written analysis of the connections
linking two pivotal battles in the early part of the Civil War, by Sutherland (Seasons of War; 1995, etc.). The author pairs
the battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, which took place on the southern side of the Rappahannock River in Virginia,
and refers to them jointly as the ``Dare Mark'' campaign. (A Confederate soldier referred to the Rappahannock
as the dare mark because Union armies dared not cross the river.) Sutherland combines minute strategic scrutiny with a deep
knowledge of the personalities involved, notably, Lee and Jackson for the South, and Halleck, Burnside, and Hooker for the
North. Continued below…
And he consults
a broad range of sources, ranging from soldiers letters and contemporary newspaper accounts to postwar memoirs. Thus armed,
Sutherland is able to place the battles in their broadest political and military contexts. Both battles led to Southern victories,
and he examines their consequences, including the accidental death of Thomas ``Stonewall'' Jackson
in his own troops crossfire, Lees inability to smash Hookers army, and Lees drive northward after his victory at Chancellorsville. Much attention is paid to the wars mismanagement by
Congress and by various Northern officers and to fascinating partisan efforts to control the Union military. Sutherland, a
professor of history at the University
of Arkansas, is a
deft writer. He identifies the facets of battle (and surrounding events) in a coherent fashion that will allow readers to
peer over his shoulder at the larger picture. Though far too detailed in its dealings with military strategy and, this is
nonetheless worthy of War-Between-the-States diehards. (7 illustrations, 7 photos, not seen). About the Author: Daniel E. Sutherland is a professor of history at the University of Arkansas. His books include The Confederate Carpetbaggers
and the award-winning Seasons of War: The Ordeal of a Confederate Community, 1861–1865.
Recommended Reading: Guide to the Battles of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg. Description: The battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville,
1862-63, were remarkable in several respects. Both revealed the problems of mounting a serious attack at night and provided
the first examples of the now-familiar trench warfare. Fredericksburg
featured street fighting and river crossings under fire. Chancellorsville was marked by Stonewall
Jackson's death and the rare instance of mounted cavalry attacking infantry. In addition, the latter battle also demonstrated
in striking fashion the profound influence of the commander on the battle. The Union committed
more soldiers, supplies, money, and better equipment than did the Confederacy, and yet Lee won. Continued below...
accounts by battle participants make these guides an invaluable resource for travelers and non-travelers who want a greater
understanding of five of the most devastating yet influential years in our nation's history. Explicit directions to points
of interest and maps--illustrating the action and showing the detail of troop position, roads, rivers, elevations, and tree
lines as they were 130 years ago--help bring the battles to life. In the field, these guides can be used to recreate each
battle's setting and proportions, giving the reader a sense of the tension and fear each soldier must have felt as he faced
Recommended Reading: Chancellorsville 1863 (Osprey
Trade Editions). Description: General Joseph Hooker's
attack was calculated to take his army to Richmond and end
the war. Faced with an army twice the size of his own, Robert E. Lee split his forces, leaving Early to fend off Hooker's
Fredericksburg attack, whilst ‘Stonewall’ Johnson
was sent to take the Federal right flank by surprise. The Bringing History to Life collection is made up of Osprey's all-time
favorite titles, re-released with striking new covers - selected titles also include visitor information sections.