864jab: Union Forces Battle of Darbytown and New Market Roads 7 October 1864

   

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                          Union Forces
            Battle of Darbytown and New Market Roads
                         7 October 18641 

X Corps: Major General D.B.Birney
     1st Division: Bvt. Major General A.H.Terry
          1st Brigade: Colonel F.B.Pond
               39th Illinois Infantry Regiment
               62nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
               67th Ohio Infantry Regiment
               85th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
          2nd Brigade: Colonel J.C.Abbott
               6th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
               7th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
               3rd New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
               7th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment
               l6th New York Heavy Artillery (7 cos)
          3rd Brigade: Colonel  H.M.Plaisted
               10th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
               11th Maine Infantry Regiment
               24th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
               l00th New York Infantry Regiment
     Artillery Brigade: Lt. Colonel R.H.Jackson
               New Jersey Light Artillery, 5th Battery
               3rd Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery C
               1st U.S. Artillery, Batteries C & D
               3rd U.S. Artillery, Battery E
               4th U.S. Artillery, Battery D
Cavalry Division: Brigadier General A.V.Kautz
          1st Brigade: Colonel R.M.West
               3rd New York Cavalry Regiment
               5th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment
          2nd Brigade: Colonel S.P.Spear
               1st District of Columbia Cavalry Regiment
               11th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment
          Artillery: Lt. D.L.Noggel
               Wisconsin Light Artillery, 4th Battery
               1st U.S. Artillery, Battery B

(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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