The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of Northern Virginia

General Robert E. Lee

         
   
   
         

In June Lee detached the Second Corps under Jubal Early to the Shenandoah Valley, hoping to repeat Jackson's performance of 1862 by diverting Union troops and attention from Richmond.

First Corps

Lt. Gen. Richard Anderson (LG on 6/4)

 

Field's Division

Major General Charles W. Field

 

Kershaw's Division

Maj. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw (MG 6/4)

 

Pickett's Division

Major General George E. Pickett

from Richmond defences

Reserve Artillery

Bde. Gen. Edward Porter Alexander

 

Second Corps

Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early

Detached 6/13 as Army of the Valley

Gordon's Division

Brigadier General John B. Gordon

 

Ramseur's Division

Maj. Gen. S. Dodson Ramseur (MG 6/1)

 

Rodes' Division

Major General Robert E. Rodes

 

Reserve Artillery

Brigadier General Armistead Long

 

Third Corps

Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill

 

Anderson's Division

Bde. Gen. Wiliam Mahone

 

Heth's Division

Maj. Gen. Henry Heth

 

Wilcox's Division

Maj. Gen. Cadmus Wilcox

 

Reserve Artillery

Colonel R. Lindsay Walker

 

Breckinridge's Division

Major General John Breckinridge

to Shenandoah Valley 6/7

Echols' Brigade

Bde. Gen. John Echols

 

Wharton's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Gabriel C. Wharton

 

Maryland Line

Colonel Bradley T. Johnston

 

King's Artilery Battalion

Lt. Colonel Floyd King

 

McLaughlin's Artillery Battalion

Major William McLaughlin

 

Hoke's Division

Major General Robert F. Hoke

from North Carolina; to Dep. NC & S. VA

Clingman's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Tomas L. Clingman

 

Colquitt's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Alfred Colquitt

 

Hagood's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Johnson Hagood

 

Martin's Brigade

Bde. Gen. James G. Martin

 

Read's Artillery Battalion

Major John P.W. Read

 

Cavalry Corps

no commander since the death of Stuart

 

Hampton's Division

Maj. Gen. Wade Hampton

 

Fitz Lee's Division

Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee

 

W.H.F. Lee's Division

Maj. Gen. William H.F. Lee

 

Gary's Command

Bde. Gen. Martin W. Gary

 

Stuart Horse Artillery

Major R. Preston Chew

 




 
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