1883 Bull Run
BULL RUN. The Official Roster of 3IcI)OTTells Army at that Famous Battle. In view of the approaching: excursion to the field of Bull Run, we print herewith, fchis week, instead of our usual chronological table, (which, in our last issue, was given up to October 15, J the following roster of the organisation- of tho Union army at the time of this battle July 21, 1361, Brigadier-General Irvin, McDowell commanding: commanding: Staet. Captain James B. Fry, A. A. O. ilajor W. H. Wood, Seventeenth InL A.I. G. Captain O: IL TillinghastA. Q. IT. Captain H. F. Clarke, Chief C. S. Surgeon W. S. King. Assistant Surgeon D. I. Slagruder. Major J. G. Bornard. Chief Eng. lieutenant Fred. E. Prime, Ene:. Captain A. W. Whipple, Top. Eng. Lieutenant H. I. Abbot, Too. Engv "Lieutenant H. S. Putnam. Top. Eng. Lieutenant George C. Strong. Ord. Officer.. Major A. J. Myer, Signal Officer. Major Willmni F. Barry. Fifth Art, Chfefof Art Major James S. Wadsworth. VoL A. D. C. Major Clarence S. Brown, Vol. A. D. C Lieutenant H. W. Kingsbury. Fifth. Art., AJXCl Lieutenant Guy V. Henry, A. D. O. Major Malcolm McDowell, A. D. C. FlEST DlYTSXOCS. Brigadier-General Daniel Tyler. First brigade Colonel Erasmus D. Keyes 2 Second Maine, Colonel Charles D. Jameson., First Connecticut, Colonel George S. Bttmham. Second Connecticut, Colonel Alfred H. Terry.. Third Connecticut, Colonel John L. ChatSaJd. Second brigade Brigadier-General Robert CL Schenck i Second New York, (mlKtia.) Colonel George WV B. Tompkins. First Ohio, Colonel A. McD. 3IeCoofc. Second Ohio. Lirat enaat-Colonel itodey Macon. Company E. Second United States arnHary, Captain Captain J. H. Carlisle. Third brigade Colonel William T. Sherman: Thirteenth New York, Colonel feoao F. Qninby. Sixty-ninth New York, Colonel Miebael Corcoran, (wounded and captured.) Captain James Kelly. Seventy-ninth New York, Colonel James Cameron, Cameron, tkilled.) Second Wisconsion, IJeutennnt-Celonel Henry W.Peek. Company E, Third United States artillery, Captain Captain R. B. Ayree. Fourth brigade Colonel Israel B. Richardson s First Massachusetts, Colonel Robert CbwtBn. Twelfth New York. Colonel Earn L. Waitath. Second Michigan. Major ArfoIptHM W. Wttfcma. Third Michigan. Col. Daniel MeCeanell. Company G, First United States arifllery. Ueu- tenant John Edwards. Company M. Second United States artillery, Captain Captain Henry J. Han. Second Division. 8 .) Colonel David Hunter, wounded. J2) Colonel Andrew Porter. Pint brigade Colonel Andrew Fwrfeer: Eighth New York militia. CoL ftaoegs Lyons. Fourteenth New York mflttia. Colonel AlfredM. Wood.f wounded and captured, Lieutenant-Colonel E. B. Fowler. Twenty-seventh New York. CoL H. W. Steoum, (wounded,) Major J. J. fiactlett. Battalion United States infantry, Mai. Geo. Sykesv Battalion United States Masteek. Major John G. Reynolds. BaUalkmUnitedStates cavalry, MaL 1. NL Palmer. Company D, Fifth United Stated arttllery. Captain Captain Charles Griffin. Second brigade Colonel Ambrose E.Banid3r Second New Hampshire, Col. Gibaan Harston, (wounded,) Lieutenant-Colonel Fwnk S. Fieke. First Rhode Island, Major Joseph P. Bafeh. Second Rhode Islaad (with battesy)v Gefonel John SLSfoeum, (killed,) IJeet enent-Colon eiFranJi.,, When ton. Seventy-first New York (with two howJtecrsJ, Colonel Henry P. Martin. TaraD DmsMN. Colonel Samuel P. Heintaehnan, (wounded.); First brigade Colonel William B. Fnuiklia: Fifth Maseuehuactts, Colonel Samuel C Lawrence. Lawrence. Eleventh Massachusetts, Colonel Geecge, Chirk, Jr. First Minnesota, Colonel W. A. Genaa. Company I, First UaHed Slates artillery. Ghatain James B. Kickette, (wounded aad eaptawedj lieutenant lieutenant Eonutnd Kh-by. Second brigade Colonel Qriaado B. Wnleox, (wounded and captured,) Coloael J. H. Eobart Ward: Eleventh New York, LIeHtenna-CeleI Noah L. Fnrnbmn. Thirty-eighth New York, Colonel J. H. Hobart Ward. Lieutenant-Colonel Addison Farasworth. First Michigan, Major Aionzo F. Bidwatt. Fourth Michigan, Colonel Dwigrht A. Woodbury. Cominy D, Second United Stales artillery, Captain Captain Richard Arnold. Third brigade Colonel Oliver O. Howard: Third Mume, Major Henry G. Staples. Fourth Maine, Colonel Hiram G. Berry. Fifth Maine. Colonel Mack H. Bwinell. Second Vermont, Colonel Henry Whiting. Fourth iIvBaxRVK) Division-. Brigadier-General Theodore Bunyoo. First New Jersey, Colonel A. J. Johnson. Second Now Jersey ,t Colonel Henry M. Bakar. Third New Jetwsy.t Colonel WUbaw Napton. Fourth New Jecsey.t Colonel Matthew Miller. Jr. First New Jersey.! CoL Wm. K. Montgomery. Second New Je-ey,t Col. Geo. W. JfeLean. Third New Jersey4 Col. Geo. W. Ibylor. Forty-SrstNew Yorfc.J CoL Leopold von Gilsa. Fifth Division.! Colonel Dixon S. Miles. First brigade Coteno! Lewfe Bhmker: Eighth New York, i volunteers J LieateBant- Colonel Colonel Julius StaheL Twenty-ninth New York, Colonel Atfolph. voa Stchtwehr. Thirty-ninth New York, Colouel Fraderfek G. BUta9y. Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania, Colonel Max Einstein. Company A. Second United Stutee artillery, Cap-toin Cap-toin John C. TldbnK. Bookwood's Naw York battery. Captain. Charles Eookweod. Second brigade Colonel Thomas A. Daviear Sixteenth Now York, Lieu tenant-Cotenel SamncI Mardt. F.ighteenth New York, Col. Wm. A. Jackson. Thirty-flrst New York, Col. Culvin SL Pratt. Thirty-second New "i.ork,CoI.EorferickMiitho-son. "i.ork,CoI.EorferickMiitho-son. Company G. Second United States arilHeryvLia' tenant Oliver D. Greene. Not engaged. f Three months. militia. 1 Three years volunteers. ,, , 2 In reserve at Centrcvilleand not engaged in the battle proper; had some, skirmbhtag with, the enemy during the day and while covering ms retreat retreat of the army.