The Civil War in the East

C.S.A. - Army of the Valley

Ewell's Division

Major General Richard S. Ewell

         
   
   
         

Ewell's Division suffered relatively few casualties in the Battle of Cross Keys on June 8, but two brigade commanders were wounded. Arnold Elzey would soon return to command, but George Steuart, who had just taken over the Second Brigade, would not return to the army until the Gettysburg campaign. Most of the Second Brigade was merged into Elzey's Brigade, now temporarily under its senior colonel, James Walker.

Second (Steuart's) Brigade

Colonel W. C. Scott (6/1-6/2 & 6/8-6/9)

Brig. Gen. George H. Steuart (6/3-w 6/8)

dissolved 6/9

1st Maryland Infantry Regiment

Colonel Bradley T. Johnston

to Johnston's Maryland Line (below)

44th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel W. C. Scott

Major Norvel Cobb

to Elzey's Brig. (below)

52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel James H. Skinner

to Elzey's Brig. (below)

58th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Samuel H. Letcher

to Elzey's Brig. (below)

Fourth (Elzey's) Brigade

Brig. Gen. Arnold Elzey (w 6/8)

Colonel James A. Walker (6/8-6/30)

12th Georgia Infantry Regiment

Captain James G. Rodgers

 

13th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel James A. Walker (^ 6/8-6/30)

 

25th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel John C. Higginbotham

 

31st Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel John S. Hoffman

 

44th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Norvell Cobb

from Steuart's Brig. (above)

52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel James H. Skinner

from Steuart's Brig. (above)

58th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Samuel H. Letcher

from Steuart's Brig. (above)

Seventh (Trimble's) Brigade

Brig. Gen. Isaac Trimble

15th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Colonel James Cantey

 

21st Georgia Infantry Regiment

Colonel John T. Mercer

Major Thomas W. Hooper (w)

 

16th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Carnot Posey

 

21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel William W. Kirkland

 

1st North Carolina Sharpshooters

Major Rufus W. Wharton

organized from 21st NC

Eighth (Taylor's) Brigade

Brig. Gen. Richard Taylor

Colonel Isaac G. Seymour (k 6/27)

Colonel Leroy A. Stafford

6th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Isaac G. Seymour (^)

Lt. Colonel Henry B. Strong

 

7th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Harry T. Hays (w 6/9)

Major D. Penn

 

8th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Henry B. Kelly

 

9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Leroy A. Stafford

 

1st Special Louisiana Battalion

Major Chatham Roberdeau Wheat (k 6/27)

merged with 1st Louisiana Zouave Battalion

Charlottesville (Va.) Artillery

Captain J.M. Carrington

 

Maryland Line

Colonel Bradley T. Johnston

1st Maryland Infantry Regiment

Colonel Bradley T. Johnston

from Steuart's Brig. (above)

1st Maryland Cavalry, Co. I

 

 

Baltimore Maryland Artillery

Captain John B. Brockenbrough

 

Cavalry Brigade

Colonel Thomas T. Munford

 

2nd Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Colonel Thomas T. Munford

 

6th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Thomas Flournoy

 

Chew's Battery

Captain R. Preston Chew

 

Artillery

Colonel Stapleton Crutchfield

Baltimore Maryland Artillery

Captain John B. Brockenbrough

 

Henrico (Virginia) Artillery

Captain Captain A. R. Courtney

 

2nd Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery

Captain John A. M. Lusk

 

Lynchburg (Virginia) Artillery

Captain Charles I. Raine

 

Eigth Star (Virginia) Artillery

Captain William H. Rice

 




 
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