Confederate States Army Army of Northern VirginiaLongstreet’s Command

October 1862 • to November >

Commanded by Major General George E. Pickett

Pickett returned from convalescent leave to command a new division. Most of his brigades came from the division of D.R. Jones, which was dissolved as he left the army due to heart disease that would fatal in three months.

Armistead’s Brigade Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead
to Pickett’s Division
9th Virginia Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel James Skelton Gilliam from R.H. Anderson’s Division
14th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel James G. Hodges
38th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Edward Claxton Edmonds
53rd Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel William R. Aylett
57th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel David Dyer
Garnet’s Brigade Colonel Eppa Hunton
Brigadier General Richard B. Garnett
 
8th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Eppa Hunton from D.R. Jones’ Division
18th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert E. Withers
19th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel John B. Strange
28th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert C. Allen
56th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel William D. Stuart 
Jenkins’ Brigade Colonel Joseph Walker  
1st South Caroina Volunteers Colonel Daniel H. Hamilton from D.R. Jones’ Division
2nd South Caroina Rifle Regiment Colonel Robert A. Thompson
4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion Lieutenant W.T. Field
5th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Asbury Coward
6th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel John M. Steedman
Palmetto (S.C.) Sharpshooters Colonel Joseph Walker
Kemper’s Brigade Brigadier General James L. Kemper  
1st Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Lewis B. Williams from D.R. Jones’ Division
7th Virginia Infantry Regiment Captain Phillip S. Ashby
11th Virginia Infantry Regiment Major Kirkwood Otey
17th Virginia Infantry Regiment Captain Robert M. Mitchell
24th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel William R. Terry
Artillery Major James Dearing  
Lynchburg (Va.) Artillery Captain Joseph Blount  
Fauquier (Va.) Artillery Captain Robert M. Stribling  
Richmond (Va.) Fayette Artillery Captain Miles C. Macon