Tuscola, MI, Civil War Volunteers
Orders of Battle, #2
Presented by Mr. Kim Leese

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Orders of Battle, #2

Orders of Battle, Army of the Potomac September 8th, 1861 to March 13th, 1862

Stone's Division 2nd Brigade

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Brigadier General Frederick West Lander until October 29th, 1861
Brigadier General Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh Dana -

19th Massachusetts

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20th Massachusetts

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7th Michigan

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42nd New York

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Army of the Potomac March 13th, 1862 until March 24th, 1864
2nd Army Corps  
3rd Brigade {3rd Brigade Commanded by}Brigadier General Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh Dana until August 5th, 1862
Colonel W.L. Tidball, 59th New York until September 7th, 1862
Brigadier General Naploleon Jackson Dana until September 17th, 1862
Colonel Norman J. Hall 7th Michigan until July 18th, 1863
Colonel J.E. Mallon 42nd New York, killed October 15th, 1863
Lt. Colonel A.D. Wass 19th Massachusetts until October 19th, 1863
Colonel T. G. Morehead 106th Pennsylvania -
Note: Some of these Regiments were not always in the brigade, but served in the 3rd Brigade with the 7th during the period stated. Same for the period of March 24th, 1864 to July 5th, 1865

19th Massachusetts

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20th Massachusetts

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7th Michigan

42nd New York

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59th New York

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127th Pennsylvania

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Army of the Potomac 2nd Army Corps - 2nd Division March 24th, 1864 until July 5th, 1865
1st Brigade{1st brigade commanded by} Brigadier General Alexander Stewart Webb until May 24th, 1864
Colonel H.B. McKean 81st Pennsylvania killed June 3rd, 1864
Colonel F.A. Haskell 36th Wisconsin killed June 3rd, 1864
Brigadier General Byron Root Pierce until June 22nd, 1864
Major W.F. Smith, 1st Delaware until June 27th, 1864
Lt. Colonel F.E. Pierce, 59th New York until August 13th, 1864
Colonel George N. Macy, 20th Massachusetts until August 14th, 1864
Lt. Colonel H. P. Rugg, 59th New York until August 27th, 1864
Brigadier General Thomas Wilberforce Egan until September 4th, 1864
Colonel J.M. Willetts, 8th New York Heavy Artillery until January 19th, 1865
Colonel W.L. Olmstead, 59th New York until March 1st, 1865
Colonel G.W. West, 17th Maine until March 14th, 1865
Colonel W.L. Olmstead, 59th New York  -

19th Maine

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15th Massachusetts

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20th Massachusetts

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1st Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters

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7th Michigan

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1st Minnesota

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2nd Company Minnesota Sharpshooters

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42nd New York

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59th New York

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82nd New York

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152nd New York

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184th Pennsylvania

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36th Wisconsin

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