The Civil War in the East

C.S.A. - Army of Northern Virginia

Whiting's Division

Brigadier General W.H.C. Whiting (sick leave 7/26)

Brigadier General John B. Hood

         
   
   
         

On July 13 Whiting's Division was returned from its temporary service with Jackson and was assigned to Longstreet's Command. On July 26 Whiting left on sick leave, and Brigadier General John B. Hood took command of the division. Although it technicaly remained Whiting's Division until October he would never return to command it, and it is usuallly referred to as Hood's Division after this time.

Hood's Brigade

Bde. Gen. John B. Hood

 

18th Georgia Infantry Regiment

 

 

1st Texas Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Philip A. Work

 

4th Texas Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colnel Benjamin. F. Carter

 

5th Texas Infantry Regiment

Colonel Jerome B. Robertson

 

Whiting's Brigade

Colonel Evander Law

4th Alabama Infantry Regiment

 

 

2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel John M. Stone

 

11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Philip F. Liddell

 

6th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

 

 

Reilly's North Carolina Battery

 

 

 



 
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