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12th Corps, 1st Division, 2nd Brigade
Army USA
Corps 12
Division 1
Brigade 2
Commander Brig. Gen. Henry H. Lockwood
Location South Slocum Avenue, Culp's Hill
Brig. Gen. Henry H. Lockwood
1st Maryland Potomac Home Brigade
1st Maryland Eastern Shore
150th NewYork Infantry

July 2. The 1st Maryland Potomac Home Brigade and 150th New York arrived at 8 A. M. and went into position between Rock Creek and the Baltimore Pike on right of Division. Brig. Gen. Lockwood receiving orders direct from the General Commanding Corps. Late in the day the Brigade went with Division to support Third Corps line and advanced over the ground from which the Corps had previously been forced. The 150th New York drew off 3 abandoned guns of 9th Mass. Battery and returned about midnight.

July 3. Took part in the recapture of works which Major General Johnson's Division took possession of during the absence of Division the previous night. At about 8 A. M. 1st Maryland Eastern Shore arrived and joined Brigade. Ordered in the afternoon to Second Corps line near Cemetery to render support where needed. The Brigade was not assigned to the Division until July 5th.

Casualties Killed 3 Officers 32 Men Wounded 3 Officers 118 Men Captured or Missing 18 Men Total 174

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