The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of Northern Virginia

General Robert E. Lee

         
   
   
         

The Maryland Campaign culminated in the Battle of Sharpsburg, or Antietam, on September 17. The Army's heavy casualties included three brigadier generals killed or mortally wounded.

Longstreet's Command

Major General James Longstreet

Anderson's Division

Major General Richard Anderson (w 9/17)

Brigadier General Roger Pryor

 

Hood's Division

Major General John B. Hood

 

D. R. Jones' Division

Major Genral David R. Jones

 

McLaws' Division

Major General Lafayette McLaws

from the Peninsula

Walker's Division

Brigadier General John G. Walker

from Richmond

Evan's Independent Brigade

Brigadier General Nathan G. Evans

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel James B. Walton

 

Jackson's Command

Major General Thomas J. Jackson

Ewell's Division

Brigadier Genral A. R. Lawton (w)

Brigadier General Jubal Early

 

A. P. Hill's Division

Major General Ambrose P. Hill

 

D. H. Hill's Division

Major General Daniel H. Hill

from Department of Richmond

Jackson's Division

Brigadier General John R. Jones (w 9/17)
Brigadier General W.E. Starke (k 9/17)
Colonel Arnold J. Grigsby

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel Stapleton Crutchfield

 

Cavalry Division

Major General James E. B. Stuart

Hampton's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Wade Hampton

from Richmond

Lee's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee

 

Robertson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Beverly Robertson (to 9/5)

Colonel Thomas T. Munford

Robertson transferred to North Carolina 9/5

Stuart Horse Artillery

Captain John Pelham

 




 
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