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Confederate Order of Battle

Battle of Perryville

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Braxton Bragg (Library of Congress)

ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI
Gen. BRAXTON BRAGG, commanding

ESCORT

  • 3rd Tennessee Cavalry (4 companies)
        Capt. W. C. Bacot
  • 13th Battalion Tennessee Cavalry, Company I
        Capt. William W. Lillard

 

RIGHT WING
LEFT WING

RIGHT WING
Maj. Gen. LEONIDAS K. POLK

FIRST DIVISION
Maj. Gen. BENJAMIN F. CHEATHAM

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. DANIEL SMITH DONELSON

  • 8th Tennessee
        Col. William Lawson Moore
  • 15th Tennessee
        Col. Robert C. Tyler
  • 16th Tennessee
        Col. John Houston Savage (wounded)
  • 38th Tennessee
        Col. John Carpenter Carter (wounded)
  • 51st Tennessee
        Col. John Chester
  • Carnes' Tennessee Battery (The Steuben Artillery)
        Capt. William Carnes

 

2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. ALEXANDER P. STEWART

  • 4th Tennessee
        Col. Otho French Strahl
  • 5th Tennessee
        Col. Calvin D. Venable (wounded)
  • 24th Tennessee
        Lieut. Col. Hugh L. W. Bratton
  • Leonidas Polk
    Leonidas Polk (Library of Congress)
    31st Tennessee
        Col. Egbert E. Tansil
  • 33rd Tennessee
        Col. Warner P. Jones
  • Stanford's Mississippi Battery
        Capt. Thomas J. Stanford

 

3rd Brigade
Brig. Gen.  GEORGE EARL MANEY

  • 41st Georgia
        Col. Charles A. McDaniel (mortally wounded)
  • 1st Tennessee
        Col. Hume R. Field
  • 6th Tennessee
        Col. George C. Porter
  • 9th Tennessee
        Lieut. Col. John W. Buford (wounded)
  • 27th Tennessee
        Lieut. Col. William Frierson
  • Turner's Mississippi Battery
        Lieut. William B. Turner

 

4th Brigade
Brig. Gen. PRESTON SMITH

  • 12th Tennessee
        Col. Tyree H. Bell
  • 13th Tennessee
        Col. Alfred J. Vaughn, Jr.
  • 47th Tennessee
        Col. Munson R. Hill
  • 154th Tennessee Senior
        Col. Michael Magevney, Jr.
  • 9th Texas
        Col. William H. Young
  • Scott's Tennessee Battery
        Capt. William L. Scott

 

Wharton's Cavalry Brigade
Col. JOHN AUSTIN WHARTON

  • 2nd Georgia Cavalry (5 companies)
        Lieut. Col. Arthur Hood
  • 1st Kentucky Cavalry (4 companies)
        Capt. Thomas A. Ireland
  • 4th Tennessee Cavalry (5 companies)
        Maj. Baxter Smith
  • Davis's Tennessee Cavalry Battalion (4 companies)
        Maj. John R. Davis
  • 8th Texas Cavalry (aka Terry's Texas Rangers)
        Lieut. Col. Thomas Harrison

 

William Joseph Hardee
Lieutenant General William J. Hardee (Library of Congress)

LEFT WING
Maj. Gen. WILLIAM J. HARDEE

ESCORT

  • Raum's Mississippi Cavalry Company
        Capt. William Cyrus Rippey Raum

  

SECOND DIVISION
Brig. Gen. JAMES PATTON ANDERSON

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. JOHN CALVIN BROWN (wounded)

  • 1st Florida
        Col. William Miller
  • 3rd Florida
        Col. Daniel B. Bird
  • 41st Mississippi
        Col. William Feinster Tucker (wounded)
  • Battery A, 14th Georgia Battalion Light Artillery
        Capt. Joseph Palmer

 

2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. DANIEL WEISIGER ADAMS

  • 14th Battalion Lousianna Sharpshooters
        Maj. John Edward Austin
  • 13th Louisiana
        Col. Randall Lee Gibson
  • 16th Louisiana
        Col. Daniel C. Gober
  • 20th Louisiana
        Col. August Reichard
  • 25th Louisiana
        Col. Stewart W. Fisk
  • 5th Company, Washington Artillery (Louisiana)
        Capt. Cuthbert H. Slocomb

 

3rd Brigade
Col. SAMUEL POWELL

  • 45th Alabama
        Col. James Graham Gilchrist
  • 1st Arkansas
        Col. John W. Colquitt
  • 24th Mississippi
        Col. William F. Dowd
  • 29th Tennessee
        Col. Horace Rice
  • Barret's Missouri Battery
        Capt. Overton W. Barret

 

4th Brigade
Col. THOMAS M. JONES

  • 27th Mississippi
        Lieut. Col. James L. Autry
  • 30th Mississippi
        Col. Gilbreath F. Neill
  • 34th Mississippi
        Col. Samuel Benton (wounded)
  • Lumsden's Alambama Battery
        Capt. Charles L. Lumsden

 


THIRD DIVISION
Maj. Gen. SIMON BOLIVAR BUCKNER

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. St. JOHN R. LIDDELL

  • 2nd Arkansas
        Col. John Gratiot
  • 5th Arkansas
        Col. Lucius P. Featherston
  • 6th Arkansas
        Col. Alexander T. Hawthorn
  • 7th Arkansas
        Col. D. A. Gillespie
  • 8th Arkansas
        Col. John Herbert Kelly
  • Swett's Mississippi Battery
        2nd Lieut. Tom Havern

 

Patrick Cleburne
Major General Patrick Cleburne (Library of Congress)

2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. PATRICK R. CLEBURNE

  • 13th & 15th Arkansas
        Col. Lucius Eugene Polk (wounded)
  • 2nd Tennessee
        Capt. C. P. Moore
  • 35th Tennessee
        Col Benjmain J. Hill
  • 48th Tennessee
        Col. George H. Nixon
  • Calvert's Arkansas Battery
        2nd Lieut. Thomas J. Key

 

3rd Brigade
Brig. Gen. BUSHROD R. JOHNSON

  • 5th Confederate (8 companies)
        Col James A. Smith
  • 17th Tennessee
        Col Albert S. Marks
  • 23rd Tennessee (8 companies)
        Lieut. Col. Richard H. Keeble
  • 25th Tennessee
        Col. John M. Hughes
  • 37th Tennessee
        Col. Moses White
  • 44th Tennessee
        Col. John S. Fulton
  • Darden's Mississippi Battery
        Capt. Putnam Darden

 

4th Brigade
Brig. Gen. STERLING ALEXANDER MARTIN WOOD (wounded)

  • 3rd Georgia Cavalry (Detachment)
        Capt. Reuben L. Hill
  • 16th Alabama
        Col. William Basis Wood
  • 33rd Alabama
        Col. Samuel Adams (wounded)
  • 3rd Confederate
        Lieut. Col. Henry V. Keep
  • 15th Mississippi Sharpshooters Battalion
        Maj A. T. Hawkins
  • 32nd Mississippi
        Col. Mark Perrin Lowrey (wounded)
  • 45th Mississippi
        Col. Aaron Bascom Hardcastle
  • Semple's Alabama Battery
        Capt. Henry C. Semple

 

Joe Wheeler
Joseph Wheeler (Library of Congress)

2nd Cavalry Brigade
Col. JOSEPH WHEELER

  • 1st Alabama Cavalry
        Col. William Wirt Allen (wounded)
  • 3rd Alabama Cavalry
        Col. James Hagan
  • 6th Confederate Cavalry
        Lieut. Col. James Pell
  • 8th Confederate Cavalry
        Col W. B. Wade
  • 2nd Georgia Cavalry (5 companies)
       Maj. C. A. Whaley
  • Smith's Georgia Cavalry Battalion
       Col. John R. Hart
  • 1st Kentucky Cavalry (5 Companies)
       Maj. John W. Caldwell
  • 6th Kentucky Cavalry (3 Companies)
        Col. J. Warren Grigsby
  • 9th Tennessee Cavalry
        Col. James D. Bennett
  • 12th Tennessee Cavalry
        Lieut. Col. T. W. Adrian
  • Hanley's Section, Calvert's Arkansas Battery
        2nd Lieut. S. G. Hanley

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