Confederate States Army Army of Northern Virginia

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Commanded by Major General Thomas J. Jackson
promoted to lieutenant general on November 9

The Confederate Congress passed legislation at the end of October allowing the creation of army corps. The 2nd Army Corps was established from Jackson’s Command November 6, 1862.

Ewell’s Division Brigadier General Jubal Early
Early’s Brigade Colonel James A. Walker
Hays’s Brigade Brigadier General Harry T. Hays
Lawton’s Brigade Colonel Edmund N. Atkinson
Trimble’s Brigade Colonel Robert Hoke
Artillery Captain Joseph Latimer
A. P. Hill’s Division Major General Ambrose Powell Hill
Archer’s Brigade Brigadier General James J. Archer
Field’s Brigade Colonel John M. Brockenbrough
Gregg’s Brigade Brigadier General Maxcy Gregg
Lane’s (Branch’s) Brigade Brigadier General James H. Lane (as of 11/1)
Pender’s Brigade Brigadier General William Dorsey Pender
Thomas’ (J.R. Anderson’s) Brigade Brigadier General Edward L. Thomas (as of 11/1)
Artillery Lieutenant Colonel Reuben Lindsay Walker
D.H. Hill’s Division Brigadier General Daniel Harvey Hill
Ramseur’s (G.B. Anderson’s) Brigade Brigadier General Stephen D. Ramseur (as of 11/1)
Colquitt’s Brigade Brigadier General Alfred H. Colquitt
Iverson’s (Garland’s) Brigade Brigadier General Alfred Iverson (as of 11/1)
Doles’ (Ripley’s) Brigade Brigadier General George P. Doles (as of 11/1)
Rodes’ Brigade Brigadier General Robert E. Rodes
Artillery Major Hilary P. Jones
Jackson’s Division Brigadier General William B. Talliaferro
(Stonewall) Brigade Colonel Andrew J. Grigsby (to 11/5)
Brigadier General Elisha F. Paxton
Jones’ Brigade Brigadier General John R. Jones
Stark’s Brigade Colonel Edmund Pendleton
Talliaferro’s Brigade Colonel Edward T. H. Warren
Artillery Captain John B. Brockenbrough
Reserve Artillery Colonel Stapleton Crutchfield
1st Virginia Artillery Battalion Colonel J. Thompson Brown
Jones’ (VA) Artillery Battalion Major Hilary P. Jones
Nelson’s Artillery Battalion Major William Nelson
Sumter (GA) Artillery Battalion Lt. Colonel Allen S. Cutts