The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of the Valley District

Major General Thomas J. Jackson

         
   
   
         

On March 23 Jackson attacked Union forces south of Winchester in the Battle of Kernstown. It was Jackson's only defeat, but it caused Washington to divert tens of thousands of men from the Peninsula Campaign.

Garnett's Brigade

Brig. Gen. Richard B. Garnett

2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel James W. Allen

 

4th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Charles A. Ronald

Major A.G. Pendleton

 

5th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel William Harman

 

27th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel John Echols (w 3/23)

Lt. Colonel Andrew J. Grigsby

 

33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Arthur C. Cummings

 

Alleghany Battery

Captain Joseph Carpenter

 

Rockbridge Artillery

Captain William McLaughlin

 

Burks' Brigade

Colonel Jesse S. Burks (w 3/23)

 

1st Virginia Battalion

Captain D.B. Bridgford

 

21st Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel J.M. Patton

 

42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel D.A. Langhorne

 

48th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel John A. Campbell

 

Hampden Artilley .

Captain Lawrence S. Marye

 

West Augusta Artillery

Captain James Waters

 

Pleasant's (Virginia) Battery

Lieutenant James Pleasants

 

Fulkerson's Brigade

Colonel Samuel V. Fulkerson

 

23rd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Alexander G. Talliaferro

 

37th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel R.P. Carson

 

Danville Artillery

Lieutenant A.C. Lanier

 

Valley Cavalry

Colonel Turner Ashby

 

7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

 

 

Chew's Battery

Captain R. Preston Chew

 




 
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