The Union Forces Engaged In The Richmond Campaign
Escort B,F,K 5th U.S. Cavalry Captain Julius W. Mason Army Of The Potomac Major General George G. Meade Command of the Provost Guard Brig. General Marsena R. Patrick C,D 1st Mass. Cavalry Captian Edward A. Flint 80th N.Y. Inf. Colonel Theodore B. Gates 3rd Pa. Cavalry Major James W. Walsh 68th Pa. Inf. Lieut. Colonel Robert W. Winslow 114th Pa. Inf. Colonel Charles H.T. Collis Volunteer Engineer Brigade Brig. General Henry W. Benham 15th N.Y. Engineers Major William A. Ketchum 50th N.Y. Engineers Lieut. Colonel Ira Spaulding Battalion U.S. Engineers Captain George H. Mendell Guards and Orderlies Oneida (N.Y.) Cavalry Captain Daniel P. Mann Second Army Corps Major General Winfield S. Hancock Escort M 1st Vt. Cavalry Captain John H. Hazelton First Division Brig. General Francis C. Barlow First Brigade Colonel Nelson A. Miles 26th Mich. Major Lemuel Saviers 61st N.Y. Lieut. Colonel K. Oscar Broady 81st Pa. Colonel H. Boyd McKeen 140th Pa. Colonel John Fraser 183rd Pa. Colonel George P. McLean Second Brigade Colonel Thomas A. Smyth 28th Mass. Lieut. Colonel George W. Cartwright 63rd N.Y. Major Thomas Touhy 69th N.Y. Captain Richard Moroney 88th N.Y. Captain Dennis F. Burke 116th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Richard C. Dale Third Brigade Colonel Paul Frank 39th N.Y. Colonel Augustus Funk 52nd N.Y. Major Henry W. Carples 57th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Alford B. Chapman 111th N.Y. Captain Aaron P. Seeley 125th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Aaron B. Meyer 126th N.Y. Captain Winfiel Scott Fourth Brigade Colonel John R. Brooke 2nd Del. Colonel William P. Bailey 64th N.Y. Major Leman W. Bradley 66th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel John S. Hammell 53rd Pa. Lieut. Colonel Richards McMichael 145th Pa. Colonel Hiram L. Brown Second Division Brig. General John Gibbon Provost Guard 2nd Co. Minn. Sharpshooters Captain Mahlon Black First Brigade Brig. General Alex S. Webb 19th Me. Colonel Seldon Conner 1st Co. Andrew (Mass.) Sharpshooters Lieut. Samuel G. Gilbreth 15th Mass. Major I. Harris Hooper 19th Mass. Major Edmund Rice 20th Mass. Major Henry L. Abbott 7th Mich. Major Sylvanus W. Curtis 42nd N.Y. Major Patrick J. Downing 59th N.Y. Captain William McFadden 82nd N.Y. (2nd Militia) Colonel Henry W. Hudson Second Brigade Brig. General Joshua T. Owen 152nd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel George W. Thompson 69th Pa. Major William Davis 71st Pa. Lieut. Colonel Charles Kochersperger 72nd Pa. Colonel De Witt C. Baxter 106th Pa. Captain Robert H. Ford Third Brigade Colonel Samuel S. Carroll 14th Conn. Colonel Theodore G. Ellis 1st Del. Lieut. Colonel Daniel Woodall 14th Ind. Colonel John Coons 12th N.J. Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. Davis 10th N.Y. (1) Captain George M. Dewey 108th N.Y. Colonel Charles J. Powers 4th Ohio Lieut. Colonel Leonard W. Carpenter 8th Ohio Lieut. Colonel Franklin Sawyer 7th W. Va. Lieut. Colonel J.H. Lockwood Third Division Brig. General Samuel W. Crawford First Brigade Colonel William McCandless 1st Pa. Colonel William C. Talley 2nd Pa. Lieut. Colonel Patrick McDonough 6th Pa. Colonel Wellington H. Ent 7th Pa. Major LeGrand B. Speece 11th Pa. Colonel Samuel M. Jackson 13th Pa. Major W.R. Hartshorn Third Brigade Colonel Joseph W. Fisher 5th Pa. Lieut. Colonel George Dare 8th Pa. Colonel silas M. Baily 10th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Ira Ayer, Jr. 12th Pa. Lieut. Colonel richard Gustin Fourth Division Brig. General James S. Wadsworth First Brigade Brig. General Lysander Cutler 7th Ind. Colonel Ira G. Grover 19th Ind. Colonel Samuel J. Williams 24th Mich. Colonel Henry A. Morrow 1st N.Y. Battalion Sharpshooters Captain Volney J. Shipman 2nd Wis. Lieut. Colonel John Mansfield 6th Wis. Colonel Edward S. Bragg 7th Wis. Colonel William W. Robinson Second Brigade Brig. General James C. Rice 76th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel John E. Cook 84th N.Y. Colonel Edward B. Fowler 95th N.Y. Colonel Edward Pye 147th N.Y. Colonel Francis C. Miller 56th Pa. Colonel J. William Hofmann Third Brigade Colonel Roy Stone 121st Pa. Captain Samuel T. Lloyd 142nd Pa. Major Horatio N. Warren 143rd Pa. Colonel Edmund L. Dana 149th Pa. Lieut. Colonel John Irvin 150th Pa. Captain George W. Jones Artillery Brigade Colonel Charles S. Wainwright 3rd Mass. Captain Augustus P. Martin 5th Mass. Captain Charles A. Phillips D 1st N.Y. Captain George B. Winslow E,L 1st N.Y. Lieutenant George Breck H 1st N.Y. Captain Charles E. Mink 2nd Battalion 4th N.Y. Heavy Major William Arthur B 1st Pa. Captain James H. Cooper B 4th U.S. Lieutenant James Stewart D 5th U.S. Lieutenant B.F. Rittenhouse Sixth Army Corps Major General John Sedgwick Escort A 8th Pa. Cavalry Captain Charles E. Fellows First Division Brig. General Horatio G. Wright First Brigade Colonel Henry W. Brown 1st N.J. Lieutenant Colonel William Henry, Jr. 2nd N.J. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Weibecke 3rd N.J. Captain Samuel T. Du Bois 4th N.J. Lieut. Colonel Charles Ewing 10th N.J. Colonel Henry O. Ryerson 15th N.J. Colonel William H. Penrose Second Brigade Colonel Emory Upton 5th Me. Colonel Clark S. Edwards 121st N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Egbert Olcott 95th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Edward Carroll 96th Pa. Lieut. Colonel William H. Lessig Third Brigade Brig. General David A. Russell 6th Me. Major George Fuller 49th Pa. Colonel Thomas H. Hulings 119th Pa. Major Henry P. Truefitt, Jr. 5th Wis. Lieut. Colonel Theodore B. Catlin Fourth Brigade Brig. General Alexander Shaler 65th N.Y. Colonel Joseph E. Hamblin 67th N.Y. Colonel Nelson Cross 122nd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Augustus D. Dwight 82nd Pa. (detachment) Second Division Brig. General George W. Getty First Brigade Brig. General Frank Wheaton 62nd N.Y. Colonel David J. Nevin 93rd Pa. Lieut. Colonel John S. Long 98th Pa. Colonel John F. Ballier 102nd Pa. Colonel John W. Patterson 139th Pa. Lieut. Colonel William H. Moody Second Brigade Colonel Lewis A. Grant 2nd Vt. Colonel Newton Stone 3rd Vt. Colonel Thomas O. Seaver 4th Vt. Colonel George P. Foster 5th Vt. Colonel John R. Lewis 6th Vt. Colonel Elisha L. Barney Third Brigade Brig. General Thomas H. Neill 7th Me. Colonel Edwin C. Mason 43rd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel John Wilson 49th N.Y. Colonel Daniel D. Bidwell 77th N.Y. Major Nathan S. Babcock 61st Pa. Colonel George F. Smith Fourth Brigade Brig. General Henry L. Eustis 7th Mass. Colonel Thomas D. Johns 10th Mass. Lieut. Colonel Joseph B. Parsons 37th Mass. Colonel Oliver Edwards 2nd R.I. Lieut. Colonel S.B.M. Read Third Division Brig. General James B. Ricketts First Brigade Brig. General William H. Morris 14th N.J. Lieut. Colonel Caldwell K. Hall 106th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Charles Townsend 151st N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Thomas M. Fav 87th Pa. Colonel John W. Schall 10th Vt. Lieut. Colonel William H. Henry Second Brigade Brig. General Truman Seymour 6th Md. Colonel John W. Horn 110th Ohio Colonel J. Warren Keifer 122nd Ohio Colonel William H. Ball 126th Ohio Colonel Benjamin F. Smith 67th Pa. (1) Captain George W. Guss 138th Pa. Colonel Matthew R. McClennan Artillery Brigade Colonel Charles H. Tompkins 4th Me. Lieutenant Melville C. Kimball 1st Mass. Captain William H. McCartney 1st N.Y Captain Andrew Cowan 3rd N.Y. Captain William A. Harn 1st Battalion 4th N.Y. Heavy Major Thomas D. Sears C 1st R.I. Captain Richard Waterman E 1st R.I. Captain William B. Rhodes G 1st R.I. Captain George W. Adams M 5th U.S. Captain James McKnight Ninth Army Corps Major General Ambrose E. Burnside Provost Guard 8th U.S. Captain Milton Cogswell First Division Brig. General Thomas G. Stevenson First Brigade Colonel Sumner Carruth 35th Mass. Major Nathaniel Wales 56th Mass. Colonel Charles E. Griswold 57th Mass. Colonel William E. Bartlett 59th Mass. Colonel J. Parker Gould 4th U.S. Captain Charles H. Brightly 10th U.S. Major Samuel B. Hayman Second Brigade Colonel Daniel Leasure 3rd Md. Colonel Joseph M. Sudsburg 21st Mass. Lieut. Colonel George P. Hawkes 100th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Matthew M. Dawson Artillery 2nd Me. Captain Albert F. Thomas 14th Mass. Captain J.W.B. Wright Second Division Brig. General Robert B. Potter First Brigade Colonel Zenas R. Bliss 36th Mass. Major William F. Draper 58th Mass. Lieut. Colonel John C. Whiton 51st N.Y. Colonel Charles W. Le Gendre 45th Pa. Colonel John I. Curtin 48th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Henry Pleasants 7th R.I. Captain Theodore Winn Second Brigade Colonel Simon G. Griffin 31st Me. Lieut. Colonel Thomas Hight 32nd Me. Major Arthur Deering 6th N.H. Lieut. Colonel Henry H. Pearson 9th N.H. Lieut. Colonel John W. Babitt 11th N.H. Colonel Walter Harriman 17th Vt. Lieut. Colonel Charles Cummings Artillery 11th Mass. Captain Edward J. Jones 19th N.Y. Captain Edward W. Rogers Third Division Brig. General Orlando B. Wilcox First Brigade Colonel John F. Hartranft 2nd Mich. Colonel William Humphrey 8th Mich. Colonel Frank Graves 17th Mich. Colonel Constant Luce 27th Mich. Major Samuel Moody Mich. Sharpshooters (1st & 2nd co's) Major Samuel Moody 109th N.Y. Colonel Benjamin F. Tracey 51st Pa. Lieut. Colonel Edwin Schall Second Brigade Colonel Benjamin C. Christ 1st Mich. Sharpshooters Colonel Charles V. De Land 20th Mich. Lieut. Colonel Byron M. Cutcheon 79th N.Y. Colonel David Morrison 60th Ohio Lieut. Colonel James N. McElroy Ohio Sharpshooters (9th & 10th co's) Lieut. Colonel James N. McElroy 50th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Edward Overton, Jr. Artillery 7th Me. Captain Adelbert B. Twitchell 34th N.Y. Captain Jacob Roemer Fourth Division Brig. General Edward Ferrero First Brigade Colonel Joshua K. Sigfried 27th U.S.(4) Lieut. Colonel Charles J. Wright 30th U.S.(4) Colonel Delavan Bates 39th U.S.(4) Colonel Ozora P. Stearns 43rd U.S.(4) Lieut. Colonel H. Seymour Hall Second Brigade Colonel Henry G. Thomas 30th Conn.(1) Captain Charles Robinson 19th U.S.(4) Lieut. Colonel Joseph Perkins 23rd U.S.(4) Lieut. Colonel Cleveland J. Campbell Artillery D Pa. Captain George W. Durell 3rd Vt. Captain Romero H. Start Cavalry 3rd N.J. Colonel Andrew J. Morrison 22nd N.Y. Colonel Samuel J. Crooks 2nd Ohio Lieut. Colonel George A. Purington 13th Pa. Major Michael Kerwin Reserve Artillery Captain John Edwards, Jr. 27th N.Y. Captain John B. Eaton D 1st R.I. Captain William W. Buckley H 1st R.I. Captain Crawford Allen, Jr. E 2nd U.S. Lieut. James S. Dudley G 3rd U.S. Lieut. Edmund Pendleton L,M 3rd U.S. Lieut. Erskine Gittings Provisional Brigade Colonel Elisha G. Marshall 24th N.Y. Cavalry(2) Colonel William C. Raulston 14th N.Y. Heavy Artillery Lieut. Colonel Clarence H. Corning 2nd Pa. Prov. Heavy Artillery Colonel Thomas Wilhelm Cavalry Corps Major General Philip H. Sheridan Escort 6th U.S. Captain Ira W. Claflin First Division Brig. General Alfred T.A. Torbert First Brigade Brig. General George A. Custer 1st Mich. Lieut. Colonel Peter Stagg 5th Mich. Colonel Russell A. Alger 6th Mich. Major James H. Kidd 7th Mich. Major Henry W. Granger Second Brigade Colonel Thomas C. Devin 4th N.Y.(guarding trains) Lieut. Colonel Willian R. Parnell 6th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel William H. Crocker 9th N.Y. Colonel William Sackett 17th Pa. Lieut. Colonel James Q. Anderson Reserve Brigade Brig. General Wesley Merritt 19th N.Y. Colonel Alfred Gibbs 6th Pa. Major James Starr 1st U.S. Captain Nelson B. Sweitzer 2nd U.S. Captain Theophilus F. Rodenbough 5th U.S. Captain Abraham K. Arnold Second Division Brig. General David McM. Gregg First Brigade Brig. General Henry E. Davies, Jr. 1st Mass. Major Lucius M. Sargent 1st N.J. Lieut. Colonel John W. Kester 6th Ohio Colonel William Stedman 1st Pa. Colonel John P. Taylor Second Brigade Colonel J. Irvin Gregg 1st Me. Colonel Charles H. Smith 10th N.Y. Major M. Henry Avery 2nd Pa. Lieut. Colonel Joseph P. Brinton 4th Pa. Lieut. Colonel George H. Covode 8th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Samuel Wilson 16th Pa. Lieut. Colonel John K. Robison Third Division Brig. General James H. Wilson Escort 8th Ill.(1) Lieut. William W. Long First Brigade Colonel Timothy M. Bryan, Jr.; Colonel John B. McIntosh 1st Conn. Major Erastus Blakeslee 2nd N.Y. Colonel Otto Harhaus 5th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel John Hammond 18th Pa. Lieut. Colonel William P. Brinton Second Brigade Colonel George H. Chapman 3rd Ind. Major William Patton 8th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel William H. Benjamin 1st Vt. Lieut. Colonel Addison W. Preston Artillery Brig. General Henry J. Hunt Artillery Reserve Colonel Henry S. Burton First Brigade Colonel J. Howard Kitching 6th N.Y. Heavy Lieut. Colonel Edmund R. Travis 15th N.Y. Heavy Colonel Louis Schirmer Second Brigade Major John A. Tompkins 5th Me. Captain Greenleaf T. Stevens 1st N.J. Captain William Hexamer 2nd N.J. Captain A. Judson Clark 5th N.Y. Captain Elijah D. Taft 12th N.Y. Captain George F. McKnight B 1st N.Y. Captain Albert S. Sheldon Third Brigade Major Robert H. Fitzhugh 9th Mass. Captain John Bigelow 15th N.Y. Captain Patrick Hart C 1st N.Y. Lieut. William H. Phillips 11th N.Y. Captain John E. Burton H 1st Ohio Lieutenant William A. Ewing E 5th U.S. Lieutenant John R. Brinckle Horse Artillery First Brigade Captain James M. Robertson 6th N.Y. Captain Joseph W. Martin B,L 2nd U.S. Lieutenant Edward Heaton D 2nd U.S. Lieutenant Edward B. Williston M 2nd U.S. Lieutenant A.C.M. Pennington A 4th U.S. Lieutenant Rufus King, Jr. C,E 4th U.S. Lieutenant Charles L. Fitzhugh Second Brigade Captain Dunbar R. Ransom E,G 1st U.S. Frank S. French H,I 1st U.S. Captain Alanson M. Randol K 1st U.S. Lieutenant John Egan A 2nd U.S. Lieutenat Robert Clarke G 2nd U.S. Lieutenant William N. Dennison C,F,K 3rd U.S. Lieutenant James R. Kelly Army Of The James Major General Benjamin F. Butler Tenth Army Corps Major General Quincy A. Gillmore First Division Brig. General Alfred H. Terry First Brigade Colonel Joshua B. Howell 39th Ill. Colonel Thomas O. Osborn 62nd Ohio Colonel Francis B. Pond 67th Ohio Colonel Alvin C. Voris 85th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Edward Campbell Second Brigade Colonel Joseph R. Hawley 6th Conn. Lieut. Colonel Lorenzo Mecker 7th Conn. Lieut. Colonel Daniel C. Rodman 3rd N.H. Lieut. Colonel Josiah I. Plimpton 7th N.H. Colonel Joseph C. Abbott Third Brigade Colonel Harris M. Plaisted 10th Conn. Colonel John L. Otis 11th Me. Lieut. Colonel Winslow P. Spofford 24th Mass. Colonel francis A. Osborn 100th N.Y. Colonel George B. Dandy Artillery 1st Conn. Captain Alfred P. Rockwell 5th N.J. Captain Zenas C. Warren M 1st U.S. Captain Loomis L. Langdon Second Division Brig. General John W. Turner First Brigade Colonel Samuel M. Alford 40th Mass. Colonel Guy V. Henry 3rd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Eldridge G. Floyd 89th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Thoephilus L. England 117th N.Y. Colonel Alvin White 142nd N.Y. Colonel N. Martin Curtis Second Brigade Colonel William B. Barton 47th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Christopher R. McDonald 48th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Dudley W. Strickland 115th N.Y. Major Ezra L. Walrath 76th Pa. Colonel John C. Campbell Artillery 4th N.J. Captain George T. Woodbury B 1st U.S. Captain Samuel S. Elder D 1st U.S. Lieutenant John S. Gibbs Third Division Brig. Genreal Adelbert Ames First Brigade Colonel Richard White 8th Me. Lieut. Colonel Henry Boynton 4th N.H. Colonel Louis Bell 55th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Frank T. Bennett 97th Pa. Colonel Henry R. Guss Second Brigade Colonel Jeremiah C. Drake 13th Ind. Colonel Cyrus J. Dobbs 9th Me. Colonel Sabine Emery 112th N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Elial F. Carpenter 169th N.Y. Colonel John McConihe Artillery 33rd N.Y. Captain Alger M. Wheeler C 3rd R.I. Captain Martin S. James E 3rd U.S. Lieutenant Joseph P. Sanger Unattached Troops 1st N.Y. Engineers (8 co's) Colonel Edward W. Serrell 4th Mass. Cavalry(1st Battalion) Captain Lucius Richmond Eighteenth Army Corps Major General William F. Smith First Division Brig. General William T.H. Brooks First Brigade Brig. General Gilman Marston 81st N.Y. Colonel Jacob J. De Forest 95th N.Y. Colonel Edgar M. Cullen 98th N.Y. Colonel Frederick F. Wead 139th N.Y. Colonel Samuel H. Roberts Second Brigade Brig. General Hiram Burnham 8th Conn. Colonel John E. Ward 10th N.H. Lieut. Colonel John Coughlin 13th N.H. Colonel Aaron F. Stevens 118th N.Y. Colonel Oliver Keese, Jr. Third Brigade Colonel Horace T. Sanders 92nd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel Hiram Anderson, Jr. 58th Pa. Lieut. Colonel Montgomery Martin 188th Pa. Lieut. Colonel George K. Bowen 19th Wis. Lieut. Colonel Rollin M. Strong Artillery Brigade Major Theodore H. Schenck 4th Wis. Captain George B. Easterly L 4th U.S. Lieutenant John S. Hunt A 5th U.S. Lieutenant Charles P. Muhlenberg Second Division Brig. General Godfrey Weitzel First Brigade Brig. General Charles A. Heckman 23rd Mass. Colonel Andrew Elwell 25th Mass. Major Cornelius G. Atwood 27th Mass. Colonel Horace C. Lee 9th N.J. Colonel Abram Zabriskie Second Brigade Colonel Griffin A. Stedman 11th Conn. Lieut. Colonel William C. Moegling 2nd N.H. Colonel Edward L. Bailey 12th N.H. Major John F. Langley 148th N.Y. Colonel George M. Guion Artillery Brigade Captain Frederick M. Follett 7th N.Y. Captain Peter C. Regan E 3rd N.Y. Captain George E. Ashby F 1st R.I. Captain James Belger D 4th U.S. Lieutenant James Thompson Third Division Brig. General Edward W. Hinks First Brigade Brig. General Edward A. Wild 1st U.S. Colonel John H. Holman 10th U.S. Lieut. Colonel Edward H. Powell 22nd U.S. Colonel Joseph B. Kiddoo 37th U.S. Lieut. Colonel Abiel G. Chamberlain Second Brigade Colonel Samuel A. Duncan 4th U.S. Lieut. Colonel George Rogers 5th U.S. Colonel James W. Conine 6th U.S. Colonel John W. Ames Artillery K 3rd N.Y. Captain James R. Angel M 3rd N.Y. Captain John H. Howell B 2nd U.S.(colored) Captain Francis C. Choate Unattached Troops 1st N.Y. Mounted Rifles Colonel Benjamin F. Onderdonk Cavalry Division Brig. General August V. Kautz First Brigade Colonel Simon H. Mix 1st D.C. Lieut. Colonel Everton J. Conger 3rd N.Y. Lieut. Colonel George W. Lewis Second Brigade Colonel Samuel P. Spear 5th Pa. Lieut. Colonel christopher Kleinz 11th Pa. Lieut. Colonel George Stetzel Artillery 8th N.Y.(3) Lieutenant Peter Morton Unattached Troops 1st U.S. Colored Cavalry Major Harvey W. Brown 2nd U.S. Colored Cavalry Colonel George W. Cole 13th co. Mass Heavy Artillery Captain John Pickering, Jr. Notes: Union losses in the Richmond Campaign(5/5-6/15): (Does not include Army of the James losses) killed wounded captured total The Wilderness 2,246 12,037 3,383 17,666 Spotsylvania 2,725 13,416 2,258 18,399 North Anna 591 2,734 661 3,986 Cold Harbor 1,844 9,077 1,816 12,737 Sheridan's 1st Escapade 64 337 224 625 Sheridan's 2nd Escapade 150 741 625 1,516 Grand Total 7,620 38,342 8,967 54,929 The strength of the Union forces in the Wilderness was estimated as 118,000 effectives. The Army of the James numbered about 36,000 effectives. The losses suffered were (exclusive of W.F. Smith's at Cold Harbor which are included in the above losses): 634 killed, 3903 wounded, 1678 captured or missing total losses: 6215 Parenthetical one (1) denotes a battalion strength unit. Parenthetical two (2) denotes a dismounted cavalry unit. Parenthetical three (3) denotes a section strength unit. Parenthetical four (4) denotes U.S. Colored Troops unit.
The Union Army Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant
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