War of the Rebellion: Serial 031 Page 0542 OPERATIONS IN N. VA.,W. VA.,MD.,AND PA. Chapter XXXIII.

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Major General AMBROSE P. HILL.

First (Field's) Brigade.


40th Virginia.

47th Virginia, Colonel Robert M. Mayo.

55th Virginia.

22nd Virginia Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel E. P. Tayloe.

Second Brigade.

(1.) Brigadier General MAXCY GREGG.

(2.) Colonel D. H. HAMILTON.

1st South Carolina (P. A.), Colonel D. H. Hamilton.

1st South Carolina Rifles.

12th South Carolina.

13th South Carolina.

14th South Carolina, Colonel Samuel McGowan.

Third Brigade.

Brigadier General E. L. THOMAS.

14th Georgia.

35th Georgia.

45th Georgia.

49th Georgia.

Fourth Brigade.

Brigadier General J. H. LANE.

7th North Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Hill.

18th North Carolina, Colonel Thomas J. Purdie.

28th North Carolina, Colonel S. D. Lowe.

33rd North Carolina, Colonel Clark M. Avery.

37th North Carolina, Colonel W. M. Barbour.

Fifth Brigade.

Brigadier General J. J. ARCHER.

5th Alabama Battalion:

Major A. S. Van de Graaff.

Captain S. D. Stewart.

19th Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel A. J. Hutchins.

1st Tennessee (Provisional Army):

Colonel Peter Turney.

Lieutenant Colonel N. J. George.

Captain M. Turney.

Captain H. J. Hawkins.

7th Tennessee, Colonel John F. Goodner.

14th Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Lockert.

Sixth Brigade.

(1.) Brigadier General WILLIAM D. PENDER.

(2.) Colonel A. M. SCALES.

13th North Carolina, Colonel A. M. Scales.

16th North Carolina, Colonel John S. McElroy.

22nd North Carolina, Major Christopher C. Cole.

34th North Carolina.

38th North Carolina.


Lieutenant Colonel R. L. WALKER.

Branch (North Carolina) Artillery, Lieutenant J. R. Potts.

Crenshaw (Virginia) Battery, Lieutenant J. Ellett.

Fredericksburg (Virginia) Artillery, Lieutenant E. A. Marye.

Johnson's (Virginia) battery, Lieutenant V. J. Clutter.

Letcher (Virginia) Artillery, Captain G. Davidson.

Pee Dee (South Carolina) Artillery, Captain D. G. McIntosh.

Purcell (Virginia) Artillery, Captain W. J. Pegram.