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Commanded by 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 Brigade Colonel William C. Scott (to 6/2)
Brigadier General George H. Steuart (w 6/8)
Colonel William C. Scott (to 6/9)
dissolved 6/9
1st Maryland Infantry Regiment Colonel Bradley T. Johnston to Johnston’s Maryland Line (below)
44th Virginia Infantry Regiment Major Norvell Cobb to Elzey’s Brig. (below)
52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Michael G. Harman to Elzey’s Brig. (below)
58th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Samuel H. Letcher to Elzey’s Brig. (below)
Fourth Brigade Brigadier General Arnold Elzey (w 6/8)
Colonel James A. Walker
12th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel Zephanian T. Conner (arrested 5/30*)
Captain James G. Rodgers
13th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel James A. Walker (^ 6/8)
25th Virginia Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John C. Higginbotham
31st Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel John S. Hoffman
44th Virginia Infantry Regiment Major Norvell Cobb from 2 Brig. (above)
52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Michael G. Harman from 2 Brig. (above)
58th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Samuel H. Letcher from 2 Brig. (above)
Seventh Brigade Brigadier General 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 Brigade Brigadier General Richard Taylor
Colonel Isaac G. Seymour (k 6/27)
Colonel Leroy A. Stafford
6th Louisiana Infantry Regiment Colonel Isaac G. Seymour
Lieutenant 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 LA Zouave Bat.
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 Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Flournoy
Chew’s Battery Captain R. Preston Chew
Artillery Colonel Stapleton Crutchfield
Henrico (Virginia) Artillery Captain Captain Alfred 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