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Couch's Division, Fourth Army Corps

5 AM 17 September to 9 AM 19 September

U.S.A.
COUCH'S DIVISION, FOURTH ARMY CORPS
Maj. Gen. D.N. Couch, Commanding.

(September 16-18, 1862.)
   On the 16th, Couch's Division was drawn up across Pleasant Valley near Rohrersville, observing McLaws' Command. On the morning of the 17th, the Division marched nearly to Harpers Ferry, then counter-marched and bivouacked that night on the Huffer Farm about a half mile south of Keedysville.

It reached the field about 11 A.M., on the 18th, Cochrane's Brigade relieved Irwin's Brigade of Smith's Division, Sixth Corps, behind the ridge east of the Hagerstown Pike and the Brigades of Devens and Howe formed in rear of Brooks' Brigade of Smith's Division, Sixth Corps and French's Division, Second Corps.

The Division was not engaged in the action.

Location:   north side of the Bloody Lane, near the Hagerstown Pike (Map 2)

Units described and/or located by this Tablet:

    1st Brigade, 1st Division, IV Corps
        10th Massachusetts Infantry
        7th Massachusetts Infantry
        36th New York Infantry
        2nd Rhode Island Infantry
    1st Division, IV Corps Artillery
        New York Light Artillery, 3rd Battery
        1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery C
        1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery D
        2nd United States Artillery, Battery G
    2nd Brigade, 1st Division, IV Corps
        62nd New York Infantry
        102nd Pennsylvania Infantry
        139th Pennsylvania Infantry
        93rd Pennsylvania Infantry
        98th Pennsylvania Infantry
    3rd Brigade,1st Division, IV Corps
        122nd New York Infantry
        65th New York Infantry
        67th New York Infantry
        23rd Pennsylvania Infantry
        61st Pennsylvania Infantry
        82nd Pennsylvania Infantry
1st Division, IV Corps



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