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Confederate Order of Battle

Fredericksburg Campaign
Official Records of the War of the Rebellion

ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee (Library of Congress)
Gen. ROBERT E. LEE

FIRST CORPS
SECOND CORPS
CAVALRY

FIRST CORPS
Lieut. Gen. JAMES LONGSTREET

McLAWS' DIVISION
Maj. Gen. LAFAYETTE McLAWS

Kershaw's Brigade
Brig. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw

 

Barksdale's Brigade
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM BARKSDALE

  • 13th Mississippi
        Col. J. W. Carter
  • 17th Mississippi
        Col. John C. Fiser
  • 18th Mississippi
        Lieut. Col. W. H. Luse
  • 21st Mississippi
        Col. Benjamin G. Humphreys

 

Cobb's Brigade
(1.) Brig, Gen. T. R. R. COBB
(2.) Col. ROBERT MCMILLAN

  • 16th Georgia
        Col. Goode Bryan
  • 18th Georgia
        Lieut. Col. S. Z. Ruff
  • 24th Georgia
        Col. Robert McMillan
  • Cobb Legion
  • Phillips' Legion
        Col. B. F. Cook

 

Semmes' Brigade
Brig. Gen. PAUL J. SEMMES

  • 10th Georgia
  • 50th Georgia
  • 51st Georgia
  • 53d Georgia

 

Artillery
Col. H. C. CABELL

  • Manly's (North Carolina) battery
  • Read's (Georgia) battery
  • Richmond Howitzers (1st), McCarthy's battery
  • Troup (Georgia) Artillery (Carlton's battery)

 

ANDERSON'S DIVISION
Maj. Gen. RICHARD H. ANDERSON

Wilcox's Brigade
Brig. Gen. CADMUS M. WILCOX

  • 8th Alabama
  • 9th Alabama
  • 10th Alabama
  • 11th Alabama
  • 14th Alabama

 

Mahone's Brigade
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM MAHONE

  • 6th Virginia
  • 12th Virginia
  • 16th Virginia
  • 41st Virginia
  • 61st Virginia

 

Featherston's Brigade
Brig. Gen. W. S. FEATHERSTON

  • 12th Mississippi
  • 16th Mississippi
  • 19th Mississippi
  • 48th Mississippi (5 companies)

 

Wright's Brigade
Brig. Gen. A. R. WRIGHT

  • 3d Georgia
        Col. Edward J. Walker
  • 22d Georgia
  • 48th Georgia
        Capt. M. R. Hall
  • 2d Georgia Battalion
        Capt. C. J. Moffett

 

Perry's Brigade
Brig. Gen. E. A. PERRY

  • 2d Florida
  • 5th Florida
  • 8th Florida
        Capt. David Lang
        Capt. Thomas R. Love

 

Artillery

  • Donaldsonville (Louisiana) Artillery
        Capt. V. Maurin
  • Huger's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. Frank Huger
  • Lewis' (Virginia) battery
        Capt. John W. Lewis
    Norfolk (Virginia) Light Artillery Blues
        Lieut William T. Peet

 

PICKETT"S DIVISION
Maj. Gen. GEORGE E. PICKETT

Garnett's Brigade
Brig. Gen. RICHARD B. GARNETT

  • 8th Virginia
  • 18th Virginia
  • 19th Virginia
  • 28th Virginia
  • 56th Virginia

 

Armistead's Brigade
Brig. Gen. LEWIS A. ARMISTEAD

  • 9th Virginia
  • 14th Virginia
  • 38th Virginia
  • 53d Virginia
  • 57th Virginia

 

Kemper's Brigade
Brig. Gen. JAMES L. KEMPER

  • 1st Virginia
  • 3d Virginia
  • 7th Virginia
  • 11th Virginia
  • 24th Virginia

 

Jenkins' Brigade
Brig. Gen. M. JENKINS

  • 1st South Carolina (Hagood's)
  • 2d South Carolina (Rifles)
  • 5th South Carolina
  • 6th South Carolina
  • Hampton Legion
  • Palmetto Sharpshooters

 

Corse' s Brigade
Brig. Gen. MONTGOMERY D. CORSE

  • 15th Virginia
  • 17th Virginia
  • 30th Virginia
  • 32d Virginia

 

Artillery

  • Dearing's (Virginia) battery
  • Fauquier (Virginia) Artillery (Stribling's battery)
  • Richmond (Fayette) Artillery (Macon's battery)

 

HOOD'S DIVISION
Maj. Gen. JOHN B. HOOD

Law's Brigade
Brig. Gen. E. M. LAW

  • 4th Alabama
  • 44th Alabama
  • 6th North Carolina
  • 54th North Carolina
        Col. J. C. S. McDowell
  • 57th North Carolina
        Col. A. C. Godwin

 

Robertson' s Brigade
Brig. Gen. J. B. ROBERTSON

  • 3d Arkansas
  • 1st Texas
  • 4th Texas
  • 5th Texan

 

Anderson's Brigade
Brig. Gen. GEORGE T. ANDERSON

  • 1st Georgia (Regulars)
  • 7th Georgia
  • 8th Georgia
  • 9th Georgia
  • 11th Georgia

 

Toombs' Brigade
Col. H. L. BENNING

  • 2d Georgia
  • 15th Georgia
  • 17th Georgia
  • 20th Georgia

 

Artillery

  • German (South Carolina) Artillery (Bachman's battery)
  • Palmetto (South Carolina) Light Artillery (Garden's battery)
  • Rowan (North Carolina) Artillery (Reilly's battery)

 

RANSOM'S DIVISION
Brig. Gen. ROBERT RANSOM, Jr.

Ransom's Brigade
Brig. Gen. ROBERT RANSOM, Jr.

  • 24th North Carolina
  • 25th North Carolina
        Lieut. Col. Samuel C. Bryson
  • 35th North Carolina
  • 49th North Carolina
  • Branch's (Virginia) battery

 

Cooke's Brigade
(1.) Brig. Gen. J. R. COOKE
(2.) Col. E. D. HALL

  • 15th North Carolina
  • 27th North Carolina
        Col. John A. Gilmer, Jr.
  • 46th North Carolina
        Col. E. D. Hall
  • 48th North Carolina
        Lieut. Col. Samuel H. Walkup
  • Cooper's (Virginia) battery

 

FIRST CORPS ARTILLERY

Washington ( Louisiana ) Artillery
Col. J. B. WALTON

  • 1st Company
        Capt. C. W. Squires
  • 2d Company
        Capt. J. B. Richardson
  • 3d Company
        Capt. M. B. Miller
  • 4th Company
        Capt. B. F. Eshleman

 

Alexander's Battalion
Lieut. Col. E. PORTER ALEXANDER

  • Bedford (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. Tyler C. Jordan
  • Eubank's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. J. L. Eubank
  • Madison Light Artillery (Louisiana)
        Capt. George V. Moody
  • Parker's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. William W. Parker
  • Rhett's (South Carolina) battery
        Capt. A. B. Rhett
  • Woolfolk's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. P. Woolfolk, Jr.

 

Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson
Lieutenant General T. J. “Stonewall” Jackson (National Archives)
SECOND CORPS

Lieut. Gen. THOMAS J. JACKSON

D. H. HILL'S DIVISION
Maj. Gen. DANIEL H. HILL

First Brigade
Brig. Gen. R. E. RODES

  • 3d Alabama
  • 5th Alabama
  • 6th Alabama
  • 12th Alabama
  • 26th Alabama

 

Second (Ripley's) Brigade
Brig. Gen. GEORGE DOLES

  • 4th Georgia
  • 44th Georgia
        Col. John B. Estes
  • 1st North Carolina
  • 3d North Carolina

 

Third Brigade
Brig. Gen. A. H. COLQUITT

  • 13th Alabama
  • 6th Georgia
  • 23d Georgia
  • 27th Georgia
  • 28th Georgia

 

Fourth Brigade
Brig. Gen. ALFRED IVERSON

  • 5th North Carolina
  • 12th North Carolina
  • 20th North Carolina
  • 23d North Carolina

 

Fifth (Ramseur's) Brigade
Col. BRYAN GRIMES

  • 2d North Carolina
  • 4th North Carolina
  • 14th North Carolina
  • 30th North Carolina

 

Artillery
Maj. H. P. JONES

  • Hardaway's (Alabama) battery
  • Jeff. Davis (Alabama) Artillery (Bondurant's battery)
  • King William (Virginia) Artillery (Carter's battery)
  • Morris (Virginia) Artillery (Page's battery)
  • Orange (Virginia) Artillery (Fry's battery)

 

A. P. HILLS DIVISION
Maj. Gen. AMBROSE P. HILL

First (Field's) Brigade
Col. J. M. BROCKENBROUGH

  • 40th Virginia
  • 47th Virginia
        Col. Robert M. Mayo
  • 55th Virginia
  • 22d Virginia Battalion
        Lieut. Col. E.P. Tayloe

 

Second Brigade
(1.) Brig. Gen. MAXCY GREGG
(2.) Col. D. H. HAMILTON

  • 1st South Carolina (P. A.)
        Col. D. H. Hamilton
  • 1st South Carolina Rifles
  • 12th South Carolina
  • 13th South Carolina
  • 14th South Carolina
        Col. Samuel McGowan

 

Third Brigade
Brig. Gen. E. L. THOMAS

  • 14th Georgia
  • 35th Georgia
  • 45th Georgia
  • 49th Georgia

Fredericksburg, Virginia
View of Fredericksburg from the Rappahannock (Library of Congress)
 

Fourth Brigade
Brig. Gen. J. H. LANE

  • 7th North Carolina
        Lieut. Col. J. L. Hill
  • 18th North Carolina
        Col. Thomas J. Purdie
  • 28th North Carolina
        Col. S. D. Lowe
  • 33d North Carolina
        Col. Clark M. Avery
  • 37th North Carolina
        Col. W. M. Barbour

 

Fifth Brigade
Brig. Gen. J. J. ARCHER

  • 5th Alabama Battalion
        Maj. A. S. Van de Graaff
        Capt. S. D. Stewart
  • 19th Georgia
        Lieut. Col. A. J. Hutchins
  • 1st Tennessee (Provisional Army)
        Col. Peter Turney
        Lieut. Col. N.J. George
        Capt. M. Turney
        Capt. H. J. Hawkins
  • 7th Tennessee
        Col. John F. Goodner
  • 14th Tennessee
        Lieut. Col. J. W. Lockert

 

Sixth Brigade
(1.) Brig.Gen. WILLIAM D. PENDER
(2.) Col. A. M. SCALES

  • 13th North Carolina
        Col. A.M. Scales
  • 16th North Carolina
        Col. John S. McElroy
  • 22d North Carolina
        Maj. Christopher C. Cole
  • 34th North Carolina
  • 38th North Carolin

 

Artillery
Lieut. Col. R. L. WALKER

  • Branch (North Carolina) Artillery
        Lieut. J. R. Potts
  • Crenshaw (Virginia) Battery
        Lieut. J. Ellett
  • Fredericksburg (Virginia) Artillery
        Lieut. E. A. Marye
  • Johnson's (Virginia) battery
        Lieut. V. J. Clutter
  • Letcher (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. G. Davidson
  • Pee Dee (South Carolina) Artillery
        Capt. D. G. Mcintosh
  • Purcell (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. W. J. Pegram

 

EWELL'S DIVISION
Brig. Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY

Lawton's Brigade
(1.) Col. E. N. ATKINSON
(2.) Col. C. A. EVANS

  • 13th Georgia
        Col. J. M. Smith
  • 26th Georgia
        Capt. B. F. Grace
  • 31st Georgia
        Col. C. A. Evans
  • 38th Georgia
        Capt. William L. McLeod
  • 60th Georgia
        Col. W. H. Stiles
  • 61st Georgia
        Col. J. H. Lamar
        Maj. C.W. McArthur

 

Trimble' s Brigade
Col. R. F. HOKE

  • 15th Alabama
  • 12th Georgia
  • 21st Georgia
        Lieut. Col. Thomas W. Hooper
  • 21st North Carolina
  • 1st North Carolina Battalion

 

Early's Brigade
Col. J. A. WALKER

  • 13th Virginia
        Lieut. Col. J. B. Terrill
  • 25th Virginia
  • 31st Virginia
  • 44th Virginia
  • 49th Virginia
  • 52d Virginia
  • 58th Virginia

 

Hays' (First Louisiana) Brigade
Brig. Gen. HARRY T. HAYS

  • 5th Louisiana
  • 6th Louisiana
  • 7th Louisiana
  • 8th Louisiana
  • 9th Louisiana

 

Artillery
Capt. J. W. LATIMER

  • Charlottesville (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. J. McD
  • Carrington, Chesapeake (Maryland) Artillery
        Lieut. John E. Plater
  • Courtney (Virginia) Artillery
        Lieut. W. A. Tanner
  • First Maryland Battery
        Capt. William F. Dement
  • Louisiana Guard Artillery
        Capt. Louis E. D'Aquin
  • Staunton (Virginia) Artillery
        Lieut. Asher W. Garber

 

JACKSON'S DIVISION
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM B. TALIAFERRO

First Brigade
Brig. Gen. E. F. PAXTON

  • 2d Virginia
        Capt. J. Q.A. Nadenbousch
  • 4th Virginia
        Lieut. Col. R. D. Gardner
        Maj. William Terry
  • 5th Virginia
        Lieut. Col. H. J. Williams
  • 27th Virginia
        Lieut. Col. J. K. Edmondson
  • 33d Virginia
        Col. Edwin G. Lee

 

Second Brigade
Brig. Gen. J. R. JONES

  • 21st Virginia
  • 42d Virginia
  • 48th Virginia
  • 1st Virginia Battalion

 

Third (Taliaferro's) Brigade
Col. E. T. H. WARREN

  • 47th Alabama
        Capt. James M. Campbell
  • 48th Alabama
        Capt. C. B. St. John
  • 10th Virginia
        Capt. W. B. Yancey
  • 23d Virginia
        Capt. A. J. Richardson
  • 37th Virginia
        Col. T. V. Williams

 

Fourth (Stark's) Brigade
Col. EDMUND PENDLETON

  • 1st Louisiana (Volunteers)
        Lieut. Col. M. Nolan
  • 2d Louisiana
        Maj. M. A. Grogan
  • 10th Louisiana
        Maj. John M. Legett
  • 14th Louisiana
        Capt. H. M. Verlander
  • 15th Louisiana
        Lieut. Col. McG. Goodwyn
  • Coppens' (Louisiana) battalion

 

Artillery
Capt. J. B. BROCKENBROUGH

  • Carpenter's (Virginia) battery
        Lieut. George McKendree
  • Danville (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. G.W. Weeding
  • Hampden (Virginia) Artillery
        Capt. W. H. Caskie
  • Lee (Virginia) Artillery
        Lieut. C. W. Statham
  • Lusk's (Virginia) battery

 

RESERVE ARTILLERY
Brig. Gen. W. N. PENDLETON

Brown's Battalion
Col. J. THOMPSON BROWN

  • Brooke's (Virginia) battery
  • Dance's battery, Powhatan Artillery
  • Hupp's battery, Salem Artillery
  • Poague's (Virginia) battery, Rockbridge Artillery
  • Smith's battery, Third Howitzers
  • Watson's battery, Second Howitzers

 

Cutts' (Georgia) Battalion

  • Lane's battery
  • Patterson's battery
  • Ross' battery
        Capt. H. M. Ross

 

Nelson's Battalion
Maj. WILLIAM NELSON

  • Kirkpatrick's (Virginia) battery, Amherst Artillery
  • Massie's (Virginia) battery, Fluvanna Artillery
  • Milledge's (Georgia) battery

 

Miscellaneous Batteries

  • Ells' (Georgia) battery
  • Nelson's (Virginia) battery, Hanover Artillery
        Capt. G. W. Nelson

 

CAVALRY
Maj. Gen. JAMES E. B. STUART

First Brigade
Brig. Gen. WADE HAMPTON

  • 1st North Carolina
        Col. L. S. Baker
  • 1st South Carolina
        Col. J. L. Black
  • 2d South Carolina
        Col. M. C. Butler
  • Cobb (Georgia) Legion
        Lieut. Col. P.M. B. Young
  • Phillips' (Georgia) Legion
        Lieut. Col. William W. Rich

 

Second Brigade
Brig. Gen. FITZHUGH LEE

  • 1st Virginia
        Col. James H. Drake
  • 2d Virginia
        Col. Thomas T. Munford
  • 3d Virginia
        Col. T. H. Owen
  • 4th Virginia
        Col. Williams C. Wickham
  • 5th Virginia

 

Third Brigade
Brig. Gen. W. H. F. LEE

  • 2d North Carolina
        Col. S. Williams
  • 9th Virginia
        Col. R. L. T. Beale
  • 10th Virginia
        Col. J. Lucius Davis
  • 13th Virginia
        Col. J. R. Chambliss, Jr.
  • 15th Virginia
        Col. William B. Ball

 

Fourth Brigade
Brig. Gen. W. E. JONES

  • 6th Virginia
        Col. John S. Green
  • 7th Virginia
        Col. R. H. Dulany
  • 12th Virginia
        Col. A. W. Harman
  • 17th Virginia Battalion
        Lieut. Col. O. R. Funsten
  • White's (Virginia) battalion
        Maj. E. V. White

 

Artillery
Maj. JOHN PELHAM

  • Breathed's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. J. Breathed
  • Chew's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. R. P. Chew
  • Hart's (South Carolina) battery
        Capt. J. F. Hart
  • Henry's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. M. W. Henry
  • Moorman's (Virginia) battery
        Capt. M. N. Moorman


Source:  "Official Records of the War of the Rebellion"
 

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