The Civil War in the East

Army of the Valley

Lomax's Cavalry Division

Major General Lunsford Lomax

         
   
   
         

After Wharton's Division was wiped out at the Battle of Waynesboro on March 2 and Rosser's Cavalry returned to the Richmond area along with McCausland's Brigade, the two remaining brigades of Lomax's Division were the only remnants of the Army of the Valley.

Imboden's Brigade

Colonel George H. Smith

18th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel George W. Imboden

 

23rd Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel Robert White

 

62nd Virginia Mounted Infantry

Colonel Goerge H. Smith

 

Jackson's Brigade

Colonel William L. Jackson

 

2nd Maryland Cavalry Battalion

Major Henry W. Gilmor

 

19th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel William L. Jackson (^)

 

20th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel William W. Arnett

 

26th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Joseph K. Kesler

 

37th Virginia Cavalry Battalion

Lt. Colonel Ambrose C. Dunn

 

McCausland's Brigade

Bde. Gen. John McCausland

14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel James Cochran

 

16th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel Milton J. Ferguson

 

17th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Captain James S.A. Crawford

 

21st Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel William E. Peters

 

22nd Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel Henry S. Bowen

 

Horse Artillery

 

Baltinmore (Md.) Artillery

Captain William H. Griffin

 

Charlottesville (Va.) Horse Artillery

Captain Thomas E. Jackson

 

Lurty's Battery

 

 

Staunton (Va.) Horse Artillery

Captain John H. McClanahan

 




 
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