Chickamauga Confederate order of battle

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The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Chickamauga of the American Civil War. The Union order of battle is listed separately. Order of battle compiled from the army organization[1] during the campaign.[2]

Abbreviations used[edit]

Military rank[edit]

Other[edit]

  • w = wounded
  • mw = mortally wounded
  • k = killed
  • c = captured

Army of Tennessee (September 19, 1863)[edit]

Gen Braxton Bragg, Commanding

Escort: Cpt Guy Dreux

  • Dreux's Company, Louisiana Cavalry: Lt O. De Buis
  • Holloway's Company, Alabama Cavalry: Cpt E. M. Holloway

Polk's Corps[edit]

LTG Leonidas Polk

Escort:

  • Greenleaf's Company, Louisiana Cavalry: Cpt Leeds Greenleaf (Corps headquarters)
  • Company G, 2nd Georgia Cavalry: Cpt Thomas M. Merritt (Cheatham's Division)
  • Lenoir's Company, Alabama Cavalry: Cpt T.M. Lenoir (Hindman's Division)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Cheatham's Division


     MG Benjamin F. Cheatham
  

Jackson's Brigade


   BG John K. Jackson

  • 1st Georgia (Confederate), 2nd Battalion: Maj James Clarke Gordon
  • 5th Georgia: Col Charles P. Daniel
  • 2nd Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Richard H. Whiteley
  • 5th Mississippi: Ltc W. L. Sykes, Maj John B. Herring
  • 8th Mississippi: Col John C. Wilkinson
Smith's Brigade[3]


   BG Preston Smith (k)
   Col Alfred J. Vaughan, Jr.

  • 11th Tennessee: Col George W. Gordon
  • 12th-47th Tennessee Col William M. Watkins
  • 13th-154th Tennessee: Col A. J. Vaughan, Ltc R.W. Pitman
  • 29th Tennessee: Col Horace Rice
  • Dawson's Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj J.W. Dawson, Maj William Green, Maj James Purl
Maney's Brigade


   BG George Maney

  • 1st-27th Tennessee: Col Hume R. Feild
  • 4th Tennessee (Provisional Army): Col James A. McMurry, Ltc Robert N. Lewis, Maj Oliver A. Bradshaw, Cpt Joseph Bostick
  • 6th-9th Tennessee: Col George C. Porter
  • 24th Tennessee Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Frank Maney
Wright's Brigade


   BG Marcus J. Wright

  • 8th Tennessee: Col John H. Anderson
  • 16th Tennessee: Col D. M. Donnell
  • 28th Tennessee: Col Sidney S. Stanton
  • 38th Tennessee: Col John C. Carter
  • 51st-52nd Tennessee: Ltc John G. Hall
  • 22nd Tennessee Battalion: Maj Thomas B. Murray
Strahl's Brigade


   BG Otho F. Strahl

  • 4th-5th Tennessee: Col Jonathan J. Lamb
  • 19th Tennessee: Col Francis Marion Walker
  • 24th Tennessee: Col John A. Wilson
  • 31st Tennessee: Col Egbert E. Tansil
  • 33rd Tennessee: Col Warner P. Jones
Artillery


   Maj Melancthon Smith

  • Carnes' (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt William W. Carnes
  • Scogin's (Georgia) Battery: Cpt John Scogin
  • Scott's (Tennessee) Battery: Lt John H. Marsh, Lt A. T. Watson, Cpt William L. Scott
  • Smith's (Mississippi) Battery: Lt William B. Turner
  • Stanford's (Mississippi) Battery: Cpt Thomas J. Stanford

Hindman's Division[4]


     BG Patton Anderson
     MG Thomas C. Hindman
  

Anderson's Brigade


   Col Jacob H. Sharp
   BG Patton Anderson

  • 7th Mississippi: Col W. H. Bishop
  • 9th Mississippi: Maj T. H. Lynam
  • 10th Mississippi: Ltc James Barr
  • 41st Mississippi: Col. W. F. Tucker
  • 44th Mississippi: Col J. H. Sharp, Ltc R. G. Kelsey
  • 9th Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj W. C. Richards
  • Garrity's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt James Garrity
Deas' Brigade


   BG Zach C. Deas

  • 19th Alabama: Col Samuel K. McSpadden
  • 22nd Alabama: Ltc John Weedon, Cpt Harry T. Toulmin
  • 25th Alabama: Col George D. Johnston
  • 39th Alabama: Col Whitfield Clark
  • 50th Alabama: Col John G. Coltart
  • 17th Alabama Battalion Sharpshooters: Cpt James F. Nabers
  • Dent's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt S. H. Dent
Manigault's Brigade


   BG Arthur M. Manigault

  • 24th Alabama: Col N. N. Davis
  • 28th Alabama: Col John C. Reid
  • 34th Alabama: Maj John N. Slaughter
  • 10th-19th South Carolina: Col James F. Pressley
  • Waters' (Alabama) Battery: Lt Charles W. Watkins

Hill's Corps[edit]

LTG Daniel H. Hill

Escort:

  • Sanders' Company Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt C. F. Sanders (Cleburne's Division)
  • Foules' Company, Mississippi Cavalry: Cpt H. L. Foules (Breckinridge's Division)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Cleburne's Division


     MG Patrick Cleburne
  

Wood's Brigade


   BG Sterling A. M. Wood

  • 16th Alabama: Maj John H. McGaughy, Cpt Frederick A. Ashford
  • 33rd Alabama: Col Samuel Adams
  • 45th Alabama: Col E. B. Breedlove
  • Gibson's (18th) Alabama Battalion: Maj John H. Gibson (attached to 33rd Alabama)
  • 32nd-45th Mississippi: Col Mark P. Lowrey
  • 15th Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj A. T. Hawkins, Cpt Daniel Coleman
Polk's Brigade


   BG Lucius E. Polk

  • 1st Arkansas: Col John W. Colquitt
  • 3rd-5th Confederate: Col J. A. Smith
  • 2nd Tennessee: Col William D. Robison
  • 35th Tennessee: Col Benjamin J. Hill
  • 48th Tennessee: Col George H. Nixon
Deshler's Brigade


   BG James Deshler

  • 19th-24th Arkansas: Ltc A. S. Hutchison
  • 6th-10th Texas-15th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col Roger Q. Mills, Ltc T. Scott Anderson
  • 17th-18th-24th-25th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col F. C. Wilkes, Ltc John T. Coit, Maj William A. Taylor
Artillery


   Maj Thomas R. Hotchkiss (w)
   Cpt Henry C. Semple

  • Calvert's (Arkansas) Battery: Lt Thomas J. Key
  • Douglas' (Texas) Battery: Cpt James P. Douglas
  • Semple's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt Henry C. Semple, Lt R. W. Goldthwaite

Breckinridge's Division


     MG John C. Breckinridge
  

Helm's Brigade


   BG Benjamin Helm

  • 41st Alabama: Col Martin L. Stansel
  • 2nd Kentucky: Ltc James W. Hewitt, Ltc James W. Moss
  • 4th Kentucky: Col Joseph P. Nuckols, Maj Thomas W. Thompson
  • 6th Kentucky: Col Joseph H. Lewis, Ltc Martin H. Cofer
  • 9th Kentucky: Col John W. Caldwell, Ltc John C. Wickliffe
Adams' Brigade


   BG Daniel W. Adams

  • 32nd Alabama: Maj John C. Kimbell, Col Randall L. Gibson
  • 13th-20th Louisiana: Col Leon von Zinken, Cpt E. M. Dubroca
  • 16th-25th Louisiana: Col Daniel Gober
  • 19th Louisiana: Ltc Richard W. Turner, Maj Loudon Butler, Cpt H. A. Kennedy
  • 14th Louisiana Battalion: Maj J. E. Austin
Stovall's Brigade


   BG Marcellus A. Stovall

  • 1st-3rd Florida: Col William S. Dilworth
  • 4th Florida: Col W. L. L. Bowen
  • 47th Georgia: Cpt William S. Phillips, Cpt Joseph S. Cone
  • 60th North Carolina: Ltc James M. Ray, Cpt James Thomas Weaver
Artillery


   Maj Rice E. Graves

  • Cobb's (Kentucky) Battery: Cpt Robert Cobb
  • Graves' (Kentucky) Battery: Lt S. M. Spencer
  • Mebane's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt John W. Mebane
  • Slocomb's (Louisiana) Battery: Cpt C. H. Slocomb

Buckner's Corps[edit]

MG Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.

Escort:

  • Clark's Company, Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt J. W. Clark (Corps headquarters)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Stewart's Division


     MG Alexander P. Stewart

Bate's Brigade


   BG William B. Bate

  • 58th Alabama: Col Bushrod Jones
  • 37th Georgia: Col A. F. Rudler, Ltc Joseph T. Smith
  • 4th Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj T. D. Caswell, Cpt B. M. Turner, Lt Joel Towers
  • 15th-37th Tennessee: Col Robert C. Tyler, Ltc R. Dudley Frayser, Cpt R. M. Tankesley
  • 20th Tennessee: Col Thomas B. Smith, Maj W. M. Shy
Brown's Brigade


   BG John C. Brown

  • 18th Tennessee: Col Joseph B. Palmer (w), Ltc William R. Butler, Cpt Gideon H. Lowe
  • 26th Tennessee: Col John M. Lillard, Maj Richard M. Saffell
  • 32nd Tennessee: Col Edmund C. Cook, Cpt Calaway G. Tucker
  • 45th Tennessee: Col Anderson Searcy
  • 23rd Tennessee Battalion: Maj Tazewell W. Newman, Cpt W. P. Simpson
Clayton's Brigade


   BG Henry De Lamar Clayton, Sr.

Artillery


   Maj John W. Eldridge

  • 1st Arkansas Battery: Cpt John T. Humphreys
  • T. H. Dawson's (Georgia) Battery: Lt R. W. Anderson
  • Eufaula Artillery (Alabama Battery): Cpt McDonald Oliver

Preston's Division


     BG William Preston

Gracie's Brigade


   BG Archibald Gracie, Jr.

  • 43rd Alabama: Col Young M. Moody
  • 1st Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc John H. Holt, Cpt George W. Huguley
  • 2nd Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc Bolling Hall, Jr., Cpt W. D. Walden
  • 3rd Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc John W. A. Sanford
  • 4th Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Maj John D. McLennan
  • 63rd Tennessee: Ltc Abraham Fulkerson, Maj John A. Aiken
3rd Brigade


   Col John H. Kelly

  • 65th Georgia: Col R. H. Moore
  • 5th Kentucky: Col Hiram Hawkins
  • 58th North Carolina: Col John B. Palmer
  • 63rd Virginia: Maj James M. French
Trigg's Brigade


   Col Robert C. Trigg

  • 1st Florida Cavalry (dismounted): Col G. Troup Maxwell
  • 6th Florida: Col J. J. Finley
  • 7th Florida: Col Robert Bullock
  • 54th Virginia: Ltc John J. Wade
9th Georgia Artillery Battalion


   Maj William A. Leyden

  • Company C: Cpt Andrew M. Wolihin
  • Company D: Cpt Tyler M. Peeples
  • Jeffress' (Virginia) Battery: Cpt William C. Jeffress
Corps Reserve Artillery


   Maj Samuel C. Williams

  • Kolb's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt R. F. Kolb
  • McCants' (Florida) Battery: Cpt Robert P. McCants
  • Darden's (Mississippi) Battery: Cpt Putnam Darden
  • Baxter's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt Edmund D. Baxter

Reserve Corps[edit]

MG William H. T. Walker

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Walker's Division


     MG William H. T. Walker

Ector's Brigade


   BG Matthew D. Ector

  • Stone's (Alabama) Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj T. O. Stone
  • Pound's (Mississippi) Battalion Sharpshooters: Cpt M. Pound
  • 29th North Carolina: Col William B. Creasman
  • 9th Texas: Col William Hugh Young
  • 10th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Ltc C. R. Earp
  • 14th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col J. L. Camp
  • 32nd Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col Julius A. Andrews
Wilson's Brigade


   Col Claudius C. Wilson

  • 25th Georgia: Ltc A. J. Williams
  • 29th Georgia: Ltc George R. McRae
  • 30th Georgia: Ltc James S. Bonton
  • 1st Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Arthur Shaaff
  • 4th Louisiana Battalion: Ltc John McEnery
Artillery

Liddell's Division


     BG St. John R. Liddell

Liddell's Brigade


   Col Daniel C. Govan

Walthall's Brigade


   BG Edward C. Walthall

  • 24th Mississippi: Ltc R. P. McKelvaine, Maj W. C. Staples, Cpt B. F. Toomer, Cpt J. D. Smith
  • 27th Mississippi: Col James A. Campbell
  • 29th Mississippi: Col William F. Brantley
  • 30th Mississippi: Col Junius I. Scales, Ltc Hugh A. Reynolds, Maj James M. Johnson
  • 34th Mississippi: Maj William G. Pegram (w), Cpt H. J. Bowen
Artillery


   Cpt Charles Swett

  • Fowler's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt William H. Fowler
  • Warren Light Artillery (Mississippi Battery): Lt H. Shannon

Longstreet's Corps[edit]

MG John B. Hood

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Johnson's Provisional Division


     BG Bushrod R. Johnson

Johnson's Brigade


   Col John S. Fulton

  • 17th Tennessee: Ltc Watt W. Floyd
  • 23rd Tennessee: Col R. H. Keeble
  • 25th Tennessee: Ltc R. B. Snowden
  • 44th Tennessee: Ltc John L. McEwen, Jr., Maj G. M. Crawford
  • Company E, 9th Georgia Artillery Battalion: Lt William S. Everett
Gregg's Brigade


   BG John Gregg

  • 3rd Tennessee: Col Calvin H. Walker
  • 10th Tennessee: Col William Grace
  • 30th Tennessee: Ltc James J. Turner, Cpt Charles S. Douglass
  • 41st Tennessee: Ltc James D. Tillman
  • 50th Tennessee: Col Cyrus A. Sugg, Ltc Thomas W. Beaumont, Maj Christopher W. Robertson, Col Calvin H. Walker
  • 1st Tennessee Battalion: Maj Stephen H. Colms, Maj Christopher W. Robertson
  • 7th Texas: Col Hiram B. Granbury, Maj K. M. Vanzandt
  • Bledsoe's (Missouri) Battery: Lt R. L. Wood
McNair's Brigade


   BG Evander McNair

Hood's Division


     BG Evander M. Law

Robertson's Brigade


   BG Jerome B. Robertson

  • 3rd Arkansas: Col Van H. Manning
  • 1st Texas: Cpt R. J. Harding
  • 4th Texas: Ltc John P. Bane, Cpt R. H. Bassett
  • 5th Texas: Maj J. C. Rogers, Cpt J. S. Cleveland, Cpt T. T. Clay
Law's Brigade


   Col James Sheffield

Benning's Brigade


   BG Henry L. Benning

  • 2nd Georgia: Ltc William S. Shepherd, Maj W. W. Charlton
  • 15th Georgia: Col Dudley M. Du Bose, Maj P. J. Shannon
  • 17th Georgia: Ltc Charles W. Matthews
  • 20th Georgia: Col J. D. Waddell

Reserve Artillery[edit]

Battalions Batteries
Robertson's Battalion


   Maj Felix H. Robertson

  • Lumsden's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt Charles L. Lumsden
  • Havis' (Georgia) Battery: Cpt Minor W. Havis
  • Massenburg's (Georgia) Battery: Cpt T. L. Massenburg
  • Le Gardeur's (Louisiana) Battery: Cpt G. Le Gardeur, Jr.
  • Barret's (Missouri) Battery: Cpt Overton W. Barret

Wheeler's Cavalry Corps[edit]

MG Joseph Wheeler

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Wharton's Division


     BG John A. Wharton

1st Brigade


   Col Charles C. Crews

  • Malone's (Alabama) Regiment: Col J. C. Malone, Jr.
  • 2nd Georgia: Ltc F. M. Ison
  • 3rd Georgia: Col R. Thompson
  • 4th Georgia: Col Isaac W. Avery
2nd Brigade


   Col Thomas Harrison

  • 3rd Confederate: Col W. N. Estes
  • 3rd Kentucky: Ltc J. W. Griffith
  • 4th Tennessee: Ltc Paul F. Anderson
  • 8th Texas: Ltc Gustave Cook
  • 11th Texas: Col G. R. Reeves
  • White's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt B. F. White, Jr.

Martin's Division


     BG William T. Martin

1st Brigade


   Col John T. Morgan

  • 1st Alabama: Ltc D. T. Blakey
  • 3rd Alabama: Ltc T. H. Mauldin
  • 51st Alabama: Ltc M. L. Kirkpatrick
  • 8th Confederate: Ltc John S. Prather
2nd Brigade


   Col Alfred A. Russell

Forrest's Cavalry Corps[edit]

BG Nathan B. Forrest

Escort:

  • Jackson's Company, Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt J. C. Jackson (Corps headquarters)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Armstrong's Division


     BG Frank C. Armstrong

Armstrong's Brigade


   Col James T. Wheeler

  • 3rd Arkansas: Col A. W. Hobson
  • 2nd Kentucky: Ltc Thomas G. Woodward
  • 6th Tennessee: Ltc James H. Lewis
  • 18th Tennessee Battalion: Maj Charles McDonald
Forrest's Brigade


   Col George G. Dibrell

  • 4th Tennessee: Col. William S. McLemore
  • 8th Tennessee: Cpt Hamilton McGinnis
  • 9th Tennessee: Col Jacob B. Biffle
  • 10th Tennessee: Col Nicholas Nickleby Cox
  • 11th Tennessee: Col Daniel Wilson Holman
  • Shaw's Battalion, O. P. Hamilton's Battalion, and R. D. Allison's Squadron (consolidated): Maj Joseph Shaw
  • Huggins' (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt A. L. Huggins
  • Morton's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt John W. Morton, Jr.

Pegram's Division


     BG John Pegram

Davidson's Brigade


   BG Henry B. Davidson

  • 1st Georgia: Col J. J. Morrison
  • 6th Georgia: Col John R. Hart
  • 6th North Carolina: Col George N. Folk
  • Rucker's Tennessee Legion: Col Edmund W. Rucker
    • 12th Tennessee Battalion: Maj G. W. Day
    • 16th Tennessee Battalion: Cpt John Q. Arnold
  • 10th Confederate: Col C. T. Goode (detached from Scott's Brigade)
  • Huwald's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt Gustave A. Huwald
Scott's Brigade


   Col John S. Scott

  • Detachment of John H. Morgan's command: Ltc R. M. Martin
  • 1st Louisiana: Ltc James O. Nixon
  • 2nd Tennessee: Col Henry M. Ashby
  • 5th Tennessee: Col George W. McKenzie
  • Robinson's (Louisiana) Battery (one section): Lt Winslow Robinson

Army of Tennessee (September 20, 1863)[edit]

Gen Braxton Bragg, Commanding

Escort: Cpt Guy Dreux

  • Dreux's Company, Louisiana Cavalry: Lt O. De Buis
  • Holloway's Company, Alabama Cavalry: Cpt E. M. Holloway

Right Wing[edit]

LTG Leonidas Polk

Escort:

  • Greenleaf's Company, Louisiana Cavalry: Cpt Leeds Greenleaf

Cheatham's Division[edit]

Escort:

  • Company G, 2nd Georgia Cavalry: Cpt Thomas M. Merritt
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Cheatham's Division[5]


     MG Benjamin F. Cheatham

Jackson's Brigade


   BG John K. Jackson

  • 1st Georgia (Confederate), 2nd Battalion: Maj James Clarke Gordon
  • 5th Georgia: Col Charles P. Daniel
  • 2nd Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Richard H. Whiteley
  • 5th Mississippi: Ltc W. L. Sykes, Maj John B. Herring
  • 8th Mississippi: Col John C. Wilkinson
Smith's Brigade[3]


   Col Alfred J. Vaughan, Jr.

  • 11th Tennessee: Col George W. Gordon
  • 12th-47th Tennessee Col William M. Watkins
  • 13th-154th Tennessee: Col A. J. Vaughan, Ltc R.W. Pitman
  • 29th Tennessee: Col Horace Rice
  • Dawson's Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj J.W. Dawson, Maj William Green, Maj James Purl
Maney's Brigade


   BG George Maney

  • 1st-27th Tennessee: Col Hume R. Field
  • 4th Tennessee (Provisional Army): Col James A. McMurry, Ltc Robert N. Lewis, Maj Oliver A. Bradshaw, Cpt Joseph Bostick
  • 6th-9th Tennessee: Col George C. Porter
  • 24th Tennessee Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Frank Maney
Wright's Brigade


   BG Marcus J. Wright

  • 8th Tennessee: Col John H. Anderson
  • 16th Tennessee: Col D. M. Donnell
  • 28th Tennessee: Col Sidney S. Stanton
  • 38th Tennessee: Col John C. Carter
  • 51st-52nd Tennessee: Ltc John G. Hall
  • 22nd Tennessee Battalion: Maj Thomas B. Murray
Strahl's Brigade


   BG Otho F. Strahl

  • 4th-5th Tennessee: Col Jonathan J. Lamb
  • 19th Tennessee: Col Francis M. Walker
  • 24th Tennessee: Col John A. Wilson
  • 31st Tennessee: Col Egbert E. Tansil
  • 33rd Tennessee: Col Warner P. Jones
Artillery


   Maj Melancthon Smith

  • Carnes' (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt William W. Carnes
  • Scogin's (Georgia) Battery: Cpt John Scogin
  • Scott's (Tennessee) Battery: Lt John H. Marsh, Lt A. T. Watson, Cpt William L. Scott
  • Smith's (Mississippi) Battery: Lt William B. Turner
  • Stanford's (Mississippi) Battery: Cpt Thomas J. Stanford

Hill's Corps[edit]

LTG Daniel H. Hill

Escort:

  • Sanders' Company Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt C. F. Sanders (Cleburne's Division)
  • Foules' Company, Mississippi Cavalry: Cpt H. L. Foules (Breckinridge's Division)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Cleburne's Division


     MG Patrick Cleburne
  

Wood's Brigade


   BG Sterling A. M. Wood

  • 16th Alabama: Maj John H. McGaughy, Cpt Frederick A. Ashford
  • 33rd Alabama: Col Samuel Adams
  • 45th Alabama: Col E. B. Breedlove
  • Gibson's (18th) Alabama Battalion: Maj John H. Gibson (mw) (attached to 33rd Alabama)
  • 32nd-45th Mississippi: Col Mark P. Lowrey
  • 15th Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj A. T. Hawkins, Cpt Daniel Coleman
Polk's Brigade


   BG Lucius E. Polk

  • 1st Arkansas: Col John W. Colquitt
  • 3rd-5th Confederate: Col J. A. Smith
  • 2nd Tennessee: Col William D. Robison
  • 35th Tennessee: Col Benjamin J. Hill
  • 48th Tennessee: Col George H. Nixon
Deshler's Brigade


   BG James Deshler (k)
   Col Roger Q. Mills

  • 19th-24th Arkansas: Ltc A. S. Hutchison
  • 6th-10th Texas-15th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col Roger Q. Mills, Ltc T. Scott Anderson
  • 17th-18th-24th-25th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col F. C. Wilkes, Ltc John T. Coit, Maj William A. Taylor
Artillery


   Cpt Henry C. Semple

  • Calvert's (Arkansas) Battery: Lt Thomas J. Key
  • Douglas' (Texas) Battery: Cpt James P. Douglas
  • Semple's (Alabama) Battery: Lt R. W. Goldthwaite

Breckinridge's Division


     MG John C. Breckinridge
  

Helm's Brigade


   BG Benjamin Helm (k)
   Col Joseph H. Lewis

  • 41st Alabama: Col Martin L. Stansel
  • 2nd Kentucky: Ltc James W. Hewitt, Ltc James W. Moss
  • 4th Kentucky: Col Joseph P. Nuckols, Maj Thomas W. Thompson
  • 6th Kentucky: Col Joseph H. Lewis, Ltc Martin H. Cofer
  • 9th Kentucky: Col John W. Caldwell, Ltc John C. Wickliffe
Adams' Brigade


   BG Daniel W. Adams (w & c)
   Col Randall L. Gibson

  • 32nd Alabama: Maj John C. Kimbell, Col Randall L. Gibson
  • 13th-20th Louisiana: Col Leon von Zinken, Cpt E. M. Dubroca
  • 16th-25th Louisiana: Col Daniel Gober
  • 19th Louisiana: Ltc Richard W. Turner, Maj Loudon Butler, Cpt H. A. Kennedy
  • 14th Louisiana Battalion: Maj J. E. Austin
Stovall's Brigade


   BG Marcellus A. Stovall

  • 1st-3rd Florida: Col William S. Dilworth
  • 4th Florida: Col W. L. L. Bowen
  • 47th Georgia: Cpt William S. Phillips, Cpt Joseph S. Cone
  • 60th North Carolina: Ltc James M. Ray, Cpt James Thomas Weaver
Artillery


   Maj Rice E. Graves (k)

  • Cobb's (Kentucky) Battery: Cpt Robert Cobb
  • Graves' (Kentucky) Battery: Lt S. M. Spencer
  • Mebane's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt John W. Mebane
  • Slocomb's (Louisiana) Battery: Cpt C. H. Slocomb

Reserve Corps[edit]

MG William H. T. Walker

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Walker's Division


     BG States R. Gist

Gist's Brigade [6]


   Col Peyton H. Colquitt (k)
   Ltc Leroy Napier

Ector's Brigade


   BG Matthew D. Ector

  • Stone's (Alabama) Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj T. O. Stone
  • Pound's (Mississippi) Battalion Sharpshooters: Cpt M. Pound
  • 29th North Carolina: Col William B. Creasman
  • 9th Texas: Col William Hugh Young (w)
  • 10th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Ltc C. R. Earp
  • 14th Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col J. L. Camp
  • 32nd Texas Cavalry (dismounted): Col Julius A. Andrews
Wilson's Brigade


   Col Claudius C. Wilson

  • 25th Georgia: Ltc A. J. Williams
  • 29th Georgia: Ltc George R. McRae
  • 30th Georgia: Ltc James S. Bonton
  • 1st Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj Arthur Shaaff
  • 4th Louisiana Battalion: Ltc John McEnery
Artillery [7]

Liddell's Division


     BG St. John R. Liddell

Liddell's Brigade


   Col Daniel C. Govan

Walthall's Brigade


   BG Edward C. Walthall

  • 24th Mississippi: Ltc R. P. McKelvaine, Maj W. C. Staples, Cpt B. F. Toomer, Cpt J. D. Smith
  • 27th Mississippi: Col James A. Campbell
  • 29th Mississippi: Col William F. Brantley
  • 30th Mississippi: Col Junius I. Scales, Maj James M. Johnson
  • 34th Mississippi: Ltc Hugh A. Reynolds[8] (mw)
Artillery


   Cpt Charles Swett

  • Fowler's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt William H. Fowler
  • Warren Light Artillery (Mississippi Battery): Lt H. Shannon

Left Wing[edit]

LTG James Longstreet

Hindman's Division[edit]

Escort:

  • Lenoir's Company, Alabama Cavalry: Cpt T.M. Lenoir
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Hindman's Division[5]


     MG Thomas C. Hindman (w)
     BG Patton Anderson
  

Anderson's Brigade


   BG Patton Anderson
   Col Jacob H. Sharp

  • 7th Mississippi: Col W. H. Bishop
  • 9th Mississippi: Maj T. H. Lynam
  • 10th Mississippi: Ltc James Barr
  • 41st Mississippi: Col. W. F. Tucker
  • 44th Mississippi: Col J. H. Sharp, Ltc R. G. Kelsey
  • 9th Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj W. C. Richards
  • Garrity's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt James Garrity
Deas' Brigade


   BG Zach C. Deas

  • 19th Alabama: Col Samuel K. McSpadden
  • 22nd Alabama: Ltc John Weedon, Cpt Harry T. Toulmin
  • 25th Alabama: Col George D. Johnston
  • 39th Alabama: Col Whitfield Clark
  • 50th Alabama: Col J. G. Coltart
  • 17th Alabama Battalion Sharpshooters: Cpt James F. Nabers
  • Dent's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt S. H. Dent
Manigault's Brigade


   BG Arthur M. Manigault

  • 24th Alabama: Col N. N. Davis
  • 28th Alabama: Col John C. Reid
  • 34th Alabama: Maj John N. Slaughter
  • 10th-19th South Carolina: Col James F. Pressley
  • Waters' (Alabama) Battery: Lt Charles W. Watkins

Buckner's Corps[edit]

MG Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.

Escort:

  • Clark's Company, Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt J. W. Clark (Corps headquarters)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Stewart's Division


     MG Alexander P. Stewart

Bate's Brigade


   BG William B. Bate

  • 58th Alabama: Col Bushrod Jones
  • 37th Georgia: Col A. F. Rudler, Ltc Joseph T. Smith
  • 4th Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters: Maj T. D. Caswell, Cpt B. M. Turner, Lt Joel Towers
  • 15th-37th Tennessee: Col Robert C. Tyler, Ltc R. Dudley Frayser, Cpt R. M. Tankesley
  • 20th Tennessee: Col Thomas B. Smith, Maj W. M. Shy
Brown's Brigade


   BG John C. Brown (w)
   Col Edmund C. Cook

  • 18th Tennessee: Col Joseph B. Palmer (w), Ltc William R. Butler, Cpt Gideon H. Lowe
  • 26th Tennessee: Col John M. Lillard, Maj Richard M. Saffell
  • 32nd Tennessee: Col Edmund C. Cook, Cpt Calaway G. Tucker
  • 45th Tennessee: Col Anderson Searcy
  • 23rd Tennessee Battalion: Maj Tazewell W. Newman, Cpt W. P. Simpson
Clayton's Brigade


   BG Henry De Lamar Clayton, Sr.

Artillery


   Maj John W. Eldridge

  • 1st Arkansas Battery: Cpt John T. Humphreys
  • T. H. Dawson's (Georgia) Battery: Lt R. W. Anderson
  • Eufaula Artillery (Alabama Battery): Cpt McDonald Oliver

Preston's Division


     BG William Preston

Gracie's Brigade


   BG Archibald Gracie, Jr.

  • 43rd Alabama: Col Young M. Moody
  • 1st Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc John H. Holt, Cpt George W. Huguley
  • 2nd Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc Bolling Hall, Jr., Cpt W. D. Walden
  • 3rd Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Ltc John W. A. Sanford
  • 4th Battalion, Hilliard's Alabama Legion: Maj John D. McLennan
  • 63rd Tennessee: Ltc Abraham Fulkerson, Maj John A. Aiken
3rd Brigade


   Col John H. Kelly

  • 65th Georgia: Col R. H. Moore
  • 5th Kentucky: Col Hiram Hawkins
  • 58th North Carolina: Col John B. Palmer
  • 63rd Virginia: Maj James M. French
Trigg's Brigade


   Col Robert C. Trigg

  • 1st Florida Cavalry (dismounted): Col G. Troup Maxwell
  • 6th Florida: Col J. J. Finley
  • 7th Florida: Col Robert Bullock
  • 54th Virginia: Ltc John J. Wade
9th Georgia Artillery Battalion


   Maj William A. Leyden

  • Company C: Cpt Andrew M. Wolihin
  • Company D: Cpt Tyler M. Peeples
  • Jeffress' (Virginia) Battery: Cpt William C. Jeffress
Corps Reserve Artillery


   Maj Samuel C. Williams

  • Kolb's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt R. F. Kolb
  • McCants' (Florida) Battery: Cpt Robert P. McCants
  • Darden's (Mississippi) Battery: Cpt Putnam Darden
  • Baxter's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt Edmund D. Baxter

Longstreet's Corps[edit]

MG John B. Hood (w)

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Johnson's Provisional Division


     BG Bushrod R. Johnson

Johnson's Brigade


   Col John S. Fulton

  • 17th Tennessee: Ltc Watt W. Floyd
  • 23rd Tennessee: Col R. H. Keeble
  • 25th Tennessee: Ltc R. B. Snowden
  • 44th Tennessee: Ltc John L. McEwen, Jr., Maj G. M. Crawford
  • Company E, 9th Georgia Artillery Battalion: Lt William S. Everett
Gregg's Brigade


   BG John Gregg (w)
   Col Cyrus A. Sugg

  • 3rd Tennessee: Col Calvin H. Walker
  • 10th Tennessee: Col William Grace
  • 30th Tennessee: Ltc James J. Turner, Cpt Charles S. Douglass
  • 41st Tennessee: Ltc James D. Tillman
  • 50th Tennessee: Col Cyrus A. Sugg, Ltc Thomas W. Beaumont, Maj Christopher W. Robertson, Col Calvin H. Walker
  • 1st Tennessee Battalion: Maj Stephen H. Colms, Maj Christopher W. Robertson
  • 7th Texas: Col Hiram B. Granbury, Maj K. M. Vanzandt
  • Bledsoe's (Missouri) Battery: Lt R. L. Wood
McNair's Brigade


   BG Evander McNair (w)
   Col David Coleman

  • 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles (dismounted): Col Robert W. Harper
  • 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles (dismounted): Col James A. Williamson
  • 25th Arkansas: Ltc Eli Hufstedler
  • 4th-31st Arkansas-4th Arkansas Battalion: Maj J. A. Ross
  • 39th North Carolina: Col David Coleman
  • Culpeper's (South Carolina) Battery: Cpt James F. Culpeper

Hood's Division


     BG Evander M. Law

Robertson's Brigade


   BG Jerome B. Robertson

  • 3rd Arkansas: Col Van H. Manning
  • 1st Texas: Cpt R. J. Harding
  • 4th Texas: Ltc John P. Bane, Cpt R. H. Bassett
  • 5th Texas: Maj J. C. Rogers, Cpt J. S. Cleveland, Cpt T. T. Clay
Law's Brigade


   Col James Sheffield

Benning's Brigade


   BG Henry L. Benning

  • 2nd Georgia: Ltc William S. Shepherd, Maj W. W. Charlton
  • 15th Georgia: Col Dudley M. Du Bose, Maj P. J. Shannon
  • 17th Georgia: Ltc Charles W. Matthews
  • 20th Georgia: Col J. D. Waddell

McLaws' Division


     BG Joseph B. Kershaw

Kershaw's Brigade


   BG Joseph B. Kershaw

  • 2nd South Carolina: Ltc Franklin Gaillard
  • 3rd South Carolina: Col James D. Nance
  • 7th South Carolina: Ltc Elbert Bland (k), Maj John S. Hard (k), Cpt E. J. Goggans
  • 8th South Carolina: Col John W. Henagan
  • 15th South Carolina: Col Joseph F. Gist
  • 3rd South Carolina Battalion: Cpt Joshua M. Townsend (k)
Humphreys' Brigade


   BG Benjamin G. Humphreys

  • 13th Mississippi: Ltc Kennon McElroy
  • 17th Mississippi: Ltc John C. Fiser
  • 18th Mississippi: Cpt W. F. Hubbard
  • 21st Mississippi: Ltc D. N. Moody

Reserve Artillery[edit]

Battalions Batteries
Robertson's Battalion


   Maj Felix H. Robertson

  • Lumsden's (Alabama) Battery: Cpt Charles L. Lumsden
  • Havis' (Georgia) Battery: Cpt Minor W. Havis
  • Massenburg's (Georgia) Battery: Cpt T. L. Massenburg
  • Le Gardeur's (Louisiana) Battery: Cpt G. Le Gardeur, Jr.
  • Barret's (Missouri) Battery: Cpt Overton W. Barret

Cavalry[edit]

Wheeler's Corps[edit]

MG Joseph Wheeler

Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Wharton's Division


     BG John A. Wharton

1st Brigade


   Col Charles C. Crews

  • Malone's (Alabama) Regiment: Col J. C. Malone, Jr.
  • 2nd Georgia: Ltc F. M. Ison
  • 3rd Georgia: Col R. Thompson
  • 4th Georgia: Col Isaac W. Avery
2nd Brigade


   Col Thomas Harrison

  • 3rd Confederate: Col W. N. Estes
  • 3rd Kentucky: Ltc J. W. Griffith
  • 4th Tennessee: Ltc Paul F. Anderson
  • 8th Texas: Ltc Gustave Cook
  • 11th Texas: Col G. R. Reeves
  • White's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt B. F. White, Jr.

Martin's Division


     BG William T. Martin

1st Brigade


   Col John T. Morgan

  • 1st Alabama: Ltc D. T. Blakey
  • 3rd Alabama: Ltc T. H. Mauldin
  • 51st Alabama: Ltc M. L. Kirkpatrick
  • 8th Confederate: Ltc John S. Prather
2nd Brigade


   Col Alfred A. Russell

Forrest's Cavalry Corps[edit]

BG Nathan B. Forrest

Escort:

  • Jackson's Company, Tennessee Cavalry: Cpt J. C. Jackson (Corps headquarters)
Division Brigade Regiments and Others

Armstrong's Division


     BG Frank C. Armstrong

Armstrong's Brigade


   Col James T. Wheeler

  • 3rd Arkansas: Col A. W. Hobson
  • 2nd Kentucky: Ltc Thomas G. Woodward
  • 6th Tennessee: Ltc James H. Lewis
  • 18th Tennessee Battalion: Maj Charles McDonald
Forrest's Brigade


   Col George G. Dibrell

  • 4th Tennessee: Col. William S. McLemore
  • 8th Tennessee: Cpt Hamilton McGinnis
  • 9th Tennessee: Col Jacob B. Biffle
  • 10th Tennessee: Col Nicholas Nickleby Cox
  • 11th Tennessee: Col Daniel Wilson Holman
  • Shaw's Battalion, O. P. Hamilton's Battalion, and R. D. Allison's Squadron (consolidated): Maj Joseph Shaw
  • Huggins' (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt A. L. Huggins
  • Morton's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt John W. Morton, Jr.

Pegram's Division


     BG John Pegram

Davidson's Brigade


   BG Henry B. Davidson

  • 1st Georgia: Col J. J. Morrison
  • 6th Georgia: Col John R. Hart
  • 6th North Carolina: Col George N. Folk
  • Rucker's Tennessee Legion: Col Edmund W. Rucker
    • 12th Tennessee Battalion: Maj G. W. Day
    • 16th Tennessee Battalion: Cpt John Q. Arnold
  • 10th Confederate: Col C. T. Goode (detached from Scott's Brigade)
  • Huwald's (Tennessee) Battery: Cpt Gustave A. Huwald
Scott's Brigade


   Col John S. Scott

  • Detachment of John H. Morgan's command: Ltc R. M. Martin
  • 1st Louisiana: Ltc James O. Nixon
  • 2nd Tennessee: Col H. M. Ashby
  • 5th Tennessee: Col George W. McKenzie
  • Robinson's (Louisiana) Battery (one section): Lt Winslow Robinson

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Multiple commander names indicate command succession of command during the battle or the campaign.
  2. ^ Official Records, Series I, Volume XXX, Part 2, pages 11-20
  3. ^ a b Dawson's Battalion Sharpshooters composed of two companies from the 11th Tennessee, two from the 12th and 47th Tennessee (consolidated) and one from the 154th Senior Tennessee
  4. ^ Anderson commanded the division on September 19th until the evening, then Hindman took over
  5. ^ a b of Polk's Corps
  6. ^ General Gist mentioned in his report [1] that the 16th South Carolina arrived on September 23, 1863.
  7. ^ General Gist mentioned in his report [2] that Ferguson's Battery arrived on September 23, 1863.
  8. ^ Lieutenant Colonel Reynolds from the 30th Mississippi commanded the 34th Mississippi on the second day of the Battle

References[edit]