864kac: Union Fortress Garrisons II Corps Army of the Potomac 3 November 1864

   

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                    Union Fortress Garrisons
                  II Corps Army of the Potomac
                         3 November 18641 

Fort
Stevenson      lllth New York Volunteers (430)
               7th New York Volunteers (200)

Blaisdell      52nd New York Volunteers (86)
               7th New York Volunteers (70)

Patrick Kelly  l25th New York Volunteers (l00)
               l26th New York Volunteers (57)

Bross          39th New York Volunteers (l64)
               43rd New York Volunteers (43)
               25th New York Volunteers (l25)

Battery No. 13 36th Wisconsin Volunteers (l50)

Haskill        l9th Maine Volunteers (250)

Battery No. 11 26th Massachusetts Volunteers (l00)

Stedman &      7th Michigan Volunteers (Total 300)
Battery No. 10 l9th Massachusetts Volunteers
               l52nd New York Volunteers
               lst Minnesota Volunteers 

Dunn House     l55th New York Volunteers (Total l00)
 Battery       l70th New York Volunteers 

Battery No. 9  69th New York Volunteers (Total l50)
               l64th New York Volunteers 

McGilvery      l4th Connecticut Volunteers (Total 300)
               l08th New York Volunteers 

Battery No. 4  7th West Virginia  Volunteers (Total l50)
               4th Ohio Volunteers 

Battery No. 5  69th Pennsylvania Volunteers (Total l50)
               l06th Pennsylvania Volunteers 

Sedgwick       99th Pennsylvania Volunteers (Total 830)
               ll0th Pennsylvania Volunteers
               86th New York Volunteers
               73rd New York Volunteers 

Rice           l7th Maine Volunteers (269)

Battery 24     l4lst Pennsylvania Volunteers (l50)

Alexander Hays lst Massachusetts Heavy Artillery (300)

Davis          5th Michigan Volunteers (Total 550)
               lst U.S. Sharpshooters

Morton         llth New Jersey Volunteers (400)

Meikel         5th New Jersey Volunteers (l50)

Battery 14     7th New Jersey Volunteers (Total l50)
               5th New Jersey Volunteers

(Order of Battle From the George Nafziger Collection)2

Source:

  1. U.S. War Department, The War of the Succession, A Compilation of
    Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Government
    Printing Office; Washington D.C. 1880-1901
  2. George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection

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