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                  Union Army of the Mississippi 
                         Engaged Around
                       Corinth Mississippi 
                        28 September 1862 

Commanding General: Major General W.S.Roscrans

2nd Division: Brigadier General T.A. Davies
     1st Brigade: Colonel J.W.Fuller
          27th Ohio Infantry Regiment
          39th Ohio Infantry Regiment
          43rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
          63rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
          1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery M
          Wisconsin Light Artillery, 8th Battery (l section)
          2nd U.S.Artillery, Battery F   
     2nd Brigade: Colonel Joseph A. Mower 
          29th Illinois Infantry Regiment
          47th Illinois Infantry Regiment
          8th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
          Iowa Light Artillery, 2nd Battery
          Michigan Light Artillery, 3rd Battery
3rd Division: Brigadier General C.S.Hamilton
     1st Brigade: Colonel J.B.Sanborn
          48th Indiana Infantry Regiment
          5th Iowa Infantry Regiment
          16th Iowa Infantry Regiment
          4th Minnesota Infantry Regiment
          26th Missouri Infantry Regiment
          Ohio Light Artillery, 11th Battery
     2nd Brigade: Brigadier General J.C.Sullivan
          10th Iowa Infantry Regiment
          17th Iowa Infantry Regiment
          10th Missouri Infantry Regiment
          24th Missouri Infantry Regiment
          80th Ohio Infantry Regiment
          Wisconsin Light Artillery, 12th Battery     
Cavalry Division: Colonel J.K.Mizner
          2nd Iowa Cavalry Regiment
          3rd Michigan Cavalry Regiment
          7th Kansas Cavalry Regiment
          Illinois Cavalry, Jenk's Company

U.S.  War Department,  The War of the Rebellion, 
A Compilation of Official Records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies,  Government Printing Office; 
Washington, D.C., 1882

Source: George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection

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