The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of the Potomac

General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard

         
   
   
         

General Beauregard arrived to take command at Manassas on June 1, 1862

First Brigade

Brig. Gen. Milledge L. Bonham (from 6/20)

 

1st South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Maxcy Gregg

 

2nd South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Joseph B. Kershaw

 

3rd South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel James H. Williams

from Richmond 6/22

7th South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Thomas G. Bacon

from Richmond 6/4

8th South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel E. B. C. Cash

from Richmond 6/15

Alexandria (Va.) Battery

Captain Delaware Kemper

 

1st Company Richmond Howitzers

Captain John C. Shields

 

30th Virginia Cavalry

Colonel R.C.W. Radford

 

Munford's Cavalry Squadron

Lt. Colonel Thomas T. Munford

 

Second Brigade

Colonel Richard S. Ewell (to Brig.Gen. 6/17)

5th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Colonel Robert E. Rodes

from Richmond 6/19

6th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Colonel John J. Seibels

from Lynchburg 6/15

6th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Isaac G. Seymour

from Richmond 6/14 & 16

Washington Artillery, 1st Company

Captain Thomas L. Rosser

from Richmond 6/25

Cavalry Battalion

Lt. Colonel Wiliam H. Jenifer

 

Third Brigade

Colonel David R. Jones (to Brig.Gen. 6/17)

17th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Winfirld S. Featherston

-

18th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Erasmus R. Burt

-

5th South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Micah Jenkins

-

Appomattox Rangers, 30th Va. Cav.

Captain Joel W. Flood

 

Washington Artillery, 2nd Company

Captain Merrit B. Miller

from Richmond 6/25

Fourth Brigade

Colonel G. H. Terrett

5th North Carolina State Troops

Lt. Colonel J.P. Jones

 

1st Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Patrick T. Moore

-

11th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Samuel Garland

-

17th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Montgomery D. Corse

-

Washington Artillery, 3rd Company

Lt. John J. Garnett

 

Amhearst Rangers, 30th Va. Cav.

Captain Edgar Whitehead

 

Fifth Brigade

Colonel Philip St. George Cocke

8th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Eppa Hunton

 

18th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Robert E. Withers

-

19th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel John B. Strange

-

28th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Robert T. Preston

-

49th Virginia Infantry Regiment (3 Cos.)

Colonel William Smith

 

Schaeffer's Virginia Infantry Battalion

Captain F. B. Schaeffer

 

Loudon (Va.) Battery

Captain Arthur L. Rogers

 

Lynchburg (Va.) Artillery

Captain H. G. Latham

 

Wise (Va.) Troop

Captain John S. Langhorne

 

Franklin (Va.) Rangers

Captain G. W. H. Hale

 

Bedford (Va.) Southside Dragoons

Captain J. Wilson

 

Sixth Brigade

Colonel Jubal A. Early

7th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Colonel Harry T. Hays

 

4th South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel J.B.E. Sloan

-

7th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel James L. Kemper

-

24th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel Peter Hairston

-

Washington Artillery, 4th Company

Lieutenant Charles W. Squire

 

Evan's Command

Colonel Nathan G. Evans

1st Louisiana Battalion

Major Chatham R. Wheat (w 7/21)

 

Campbell Rangers, 30th Va. Cav.

Captain John D. Alexander

 

Clay Dragoons, 30th Va. Cav.

Captain William R. Terry

 

Davidson's (Va.) Battery

Lieutenant G. S. Davidson

 

Reserve Brigade

Brigadier General Theophilus Holmes

1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment

Colonel James F. Fagan

 

2nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Colonel William Bate

 

Purcell (Va.) Artillery

Captain R. Lindsay Walker

 

Camp Pickens Battery

Captain Sterrett, C.S. Navy

 

 

 

 

Alexandria Riflemen

Captain M. Marye

to 17th Virginia 6/10

Mount Vernon Guards

Captain S.H. DeVaughn

to 17th Virginia 6/10

 

 

 




 
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