The Civil War in the East

C.S.A. - Army of Northern Virginia

First Army Corps

Lieutenant General James Longstreet (detached 2/17)

         
   
   
         

With the situation quiet on the Rappahannock River, Lt. General Longstreet was detached south of Richmond to the Suffolk campaign with Pickett's and Hood's Divisions. Until he returned Anderson's and McLaws' Divisions reported directly to General Lee.

Anderson's Division

Major General Richard H. Anderson

 

Mahone's Brigade

Bde. Gen. William Mahone

 

Perry's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Edward A. Perry

 

Posey's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Carnot Posey

 

Wilcox's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Cadmus Wilcox

 

Wright's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Ambrose R. Wright

 

Artillery

 

 

Hood's Division

Major General John B. Hood

detached 2/17

G. T. Anderson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. George T. Anderson

 

Law's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Evander M. Law

 

Robertson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Jerome B. Robertson

 

Toomb's Brigade

Colonel Henry L. Benning

 

Artillery

 

 

McLaws' Division

Major General Lafayette McLaws

Barksdale's Brigade

Bde. Gen. William Barksdale

 

Kershaw's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw

 

Semmes' Brigade

Bde. Gen. Paul J. Semmes

 

Wofford's Brigade

Bde. Gen. William T. Wofford

 

Artillery

Colonel Henry C. Cabell

 

Pickett's Division

Major General George E. Pickett

detached 2/17

Armistead's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Lewis A. Armistead

 

Corse's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Montgomery D. Corse

 

Garnett's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Richard B. Garnett

 

Jenkin's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Micah Jenkins

 

Kemper's Brigade

Bde. Gen. James L. Kemper

 

Artillery

 

 

Reserve Artillery

Colonel John B. Walton

Alexander's Battalion

Lt. Colonel Edward Porter Alexander

 

Washington (La.) Artillery

Colonel James B. Walton

 




 
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