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Order of Battle Chancellorsville Union High Command and Artillery Reserve

Order of Battle Chancellorsville
April 27-May 6 1863
Army of the Potomac

Major General Joseph Hooker

Chief of Artillery Henry Hunt
Chief Signal Officer: Captain Samuel Cushing
Chief Topographical Engineer: Brigadier General Gouverneur Warren

Headquarters Guard:

Oneida (New York) Cavalry: Captain Daniel Mann

Ordnance Detachment:

Lieutenant John Edie

Train Guard:

4th New Jersey Infantry (7 Companies):
Colonel William Birney
Capt. Robert Johnston

Provost Guard:
Brigadier General Marsena Patrick

93rd New York Infantry: Col. John S. Crocker
6th Pennsylvania Cavalry (2 Companies), E and I: Capt. James Starr
8th U.S. Infantry, (6 Companies), A, B, C, D, F, and G: Capt. E. W. H. Read
Detachment Regular Cavalry: Lieut. Tattnall Paulding

Patrick's Brigade:
Colonel William Rogers

21st New York Infantry: Lieut. Col. Chester Sternberg
23d New York Infantry: Col. Henry Hoffman
35th New York Infantry: Col. John G. Todd
80th New York Infantry (20th Militia): Col. Theodore B. Gates
12th Ohio Independent Light Artillery
Ohio: Capt. Aaron C. Johnson
Maryland Light Artillery, Battery B: Capt. Alonzo Snow

Engineer Brigade:
Brigadier General Henry Benham

15th New York Engineers: Col. Clinton G. Colgate
50th New York Engineers: Col. Charles B. Stuart
Battalion United States Engineers: Capt. Chauncey B. Reese

Artillery Reserve:
(1.) Captain William Graham
(2.) Brigadier General Robert O. Tyler

1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Battery B: Lieut. Albert Brooker
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Battery M: Capt. Franklin A. Pratt
5th New York Independent Light Artillery:
Capt. Elijah D. Taft
15th New York Independent Light Artillery:
Capt. Patrick Hart
29th New York Independent Light Artillery:
Lieut. Gustav von Blucher
30th New York Independent Light Artillery:
Capt. Adolph Voegelee
32nd New York Independent Light Artillery:
Lieut. George Gaston
1st United States Artillery, Battery K: Lieut. Lorenzo Thomas Jr
3rd United States Artillery, Battery C: Lieut. Henry Meinell
4th United States Artillery, Battery G: Lieut. Marcus P. Miller
5th United States Artillery, Battery K: Lieut. David H. Kinzie
32nd Massachusetts Infantry, (1 Company) Company C: Capt. Josiah C. Fuller

1st Corps.
2nd Corps.
3rd Corps.
5th Corps.

6th Corps.

11th Corps.

12th Corps.

Union Cavalry Corps.

Orders of Battle Page.

Did You Know?

Photo of dead in Sunken Road during Battle of 2nd Fredericksburg

The famous photo of the Sunken Road at Fredericksburg was taken on May 3, 1863 during the 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg. The dead are members of Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade.