Organization of the Armies

Organization of Union Forces

 

ARMIES IN NORTH CAROLINA COMMANDED BY

Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman (88,948)

                          

Headquarters Guard

7th Company Ohio Sharpshooters, Lt. James Cox

Engineers and Mechanics                

1st Michigan, Col. John B. Yates

1st Missouri (five companies), Lt. Col. William Tweeddale

Artillery

Bvt. Maj. Gen. William F. Barry

 

RIGHT WING (28,834)

(ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE)

Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard

Escort

5th Illinois Cavalry (Co. K), Capt. William Duncan

4th Company Ohio Cavalry, Capt. John L. King

Pontoon Train Guard

14th Wisconsin (Co. E), Capt. William I. Henry

 

FIFTEENTH ARMY CORPS (15,670)

Maj. Gen. John A. Logan

 

First Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Charles R. Woods

 

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. William B. Woods

126th Indiana, Col. Reuben Williams

26th Iowa, Maj. John Lubbers

27th Missouri, Col. Thomas Curly

31st/32nd Missouri (six companies), Lt. Col. Abraham J. Seay

76th Ohio, Lt. Col. Edward Briggs

Second Brigade, Col. Robert F. Catterson

26th Illinois, Lt. Col. Ira J. Bloomfield

40th Illinois, Lt. Col. Hiram W. Hall

103rd Illinois, Lt. Col. George W. Wright

97th Indiana, Lt. Col. Aden G. Cavins

100th Indiana, Maj. Ruel M. Johnson, Capt. John W. Headington

6th Iowa, Lt. Col. William H. Clune

46th Ohio, Lt. Col. Edward N. Upton

Third Brigade, Col George A. Stone

4th Iowa, Maj. Albert R. Anderson

9th Iowa, Maj. Alonzo Abernethy

25th Iowa, Lt. Col. David J. Palmer

30th Iowa, Lt. Col. Aurelius Roberts

31st Iowa, Lt. Col. Jeremiah W. Jenkins

Second Division, Maj. Gen. William B. Hazen

                   

First Brigade, Col. Theodore Jones

55th Illinois, Capt. Charles A. Andress

116th Illinois, Lt. Col. John E. Maddux, Capt. Necolas Geschwind

127th Illinois, Lt. Col. Frank S. Curtiss

6th Missouri, Lt. Col. Delos Van Deusen

30th Ohio, Lt. Col. Emerson P. Brooks

57th Ohio, Lt. Col. Samuel R. Mott

Second Brigade, Col. Wells S. Jones

111th Illinois, Col. James S. Martin

83rd Indiana, Capt. Charles W. White, Capt. William N. Craw

37th Ohio, Lt. Col. Louis von Blessingh

47th Ohio, Col. Augustus C. Parry

53rd Ohio, Maj. Preston R. Galloway

54th Ohio, Lt. Col. Israel T. Moore

Third Brigade, Brig. Gen. John M. Oliver

48th Illinois, Lt. Col. Thomas L. B. Weems

90th Illinois, Lt. Col. Owen Stuart

99th Indiana, Capt. Josiah Farrar

15th Michigan, Lt. Col. Frederick S. Hutchinson

70th Ohio, Lt. Col. Henry L. Philips

 

Third Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. John E. Smith

 

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. William Clark

63rd Illinois, Col. Joseph B. McCown, Capt. Joseph R. Stanford

93rd Illinois, Lt. Col. Nicholas C. Buswell

48th Indiana, Capt. Newton Bingham

59th Indiana, Lt. Col. Jefferson K. Scott, Maj. Thomas A. McNaught

4th Minnesota, Col. John E. Tourtellotte, Capt Leverett R. Wellman

18th Wisconsin, Lt. Col. Charles H. Jackson

Second Brigade, Col. Clark R. Wever, Col. John E. Tourtellotte

56th Illinois, Lt. Col. John P. Hall

10th Iowa, Lt. Col. William H. Silsby

17th Iowa (one company), Capt. William Horner

10th/26th Missouri (two companies), Lt. Theron M. Rice

80th Ohio, Lt. Col. Pren Metham, Maj. Thomas C. Morris

 

Fourth Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. John M. Corse

 

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Elliott W. Rice

52nd Illinois, Lt. Col. Jerome D. Davis

66th Indiana, Lt. Col. Roger Martin

2nd Iowa, Col. Noel B. Howard

7th Iowa, Lt. Col. James C. Parrott

Second Brigade, Col. Robert N. Adams

12th Illinois, Lt. Col. Hector Perrin

66th Illinois, Lt. Col. Andrew K. Campbell

81st Ohio, Maj. William C. Henry

Third Brigade, Col. Frederick J. Hurlbut

7th Illinois, Lt. Col. Hector Perrin

50th Illinois, Lt. Col. William Hanna

57th Illinois, Maj. Frederick A. Battey

39th Iowa, Lt. Col. Joseph M. Griffiths

Unassigned

29th Missouri Mounted Infantry, Col. Joseph S. Gage

110th U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. William C. Hawley, Capt. Thomas Kennedy, Capt. Zac. C. Wilson, Capt. Jacob Kemnitzer

Artillery, Lt. Col. William H. Ross

1st Illinois, Battery H, Capt. Francis DeGress, Lt.Robert S. Gray

1st Michigan, Battery B, Lt. Edward B. Wright

1st Missouri, Battery H, Capt. Charles M. Callahan

12th Wisconsin Battery, Capt. William Zickerick

 

SEVENTEENTH ARMY CORPS (13, 164)

Maj. Gen. Frank P. Blair Jr

11th Illinois Cavalry (Co. G), Capt. Stephen S. Tripp

 

First Division, Maj. Gen. Joseph W. Mower, Brig. Gen. Manning F. Force

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. John W. Fuller

64th Illinois, Ma. Joseph S. Reynolds

18th Missouri, Col. Charles S. Sheldon, Lt. Col. William H. Minter, Maj. William M. Edgar

27th Ohio, Maj. Isaac N. Gilruth

39th Ohio, Lt. Col. Daniel Weber

Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. John W. Sprague

35th New Jersey, Col. John J. Cladek

43rd Ohio, Maj. Horace Park

63rd Ohio, Maj. Oscar L. Jackson

25th Wisconsin, Lt. Col. Jeremiah M. Rusk

Third Brigade, Col. Charles H. DeGroat, Bvt. Brig. Gen. John Tilson

10th Illinois, Lt. Col. David Gillespie

25th Indiana, Lt. Col. James S. Wright

32nd Wisconsin, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Carleton, Maj. William H. Burrows

 

Third Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Mortimer D. Leggett

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Charles Ewing

20th Illinois, Capt. Henry King

30th Illinois, Lt. Col. William C. Rhoades, Capt. John P. Davis

31st Illinois, Lt. Col. Robert N. Pearson

45th Illinois, Maj. John O. Duer

12th Wisconsin, Col. James K. Proudfit

16th Wisconsin, Col. Cassius Fairchild

Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. Robert K. Scott

20th Ohio, Lt. Col. Harrison Wilson

68th Ohio, Lt. Col. George E. Welles

78th Ohio, Col. Greenberry Wiles, Lt. Col. Gilbert D. Munson

17th Wisconsin, Col. Adam G. Malloy

Fourth Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Giles A. Smith

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Potts

14th/15th Illinois Battalion, Col. George C. Rogers

53rd Illinois, Col. John W. McClanahan

32nd Ohio, Lt. Col. Jefferson J. Hibbets

 

Third Brigade, Brig. Gen. William W. Belknap

32nd Illinois, Capt. John J. Rider

11th Iowa, Lt. Col. Benjamin Beach

13th Iowa, Lt. Col. Justin C. Kennedy

15th Iowa, Maj. George Pomutz

16th Iowa, Maj. John H. Smith

Unassigned

9th Illinois Mounted Infantry, Lt. Col. Samuel T. Hughes

Artillery, Maj. Frederick Welker

1st Michigan, Battery C, Lt. William W. Hyzer

1st Minnesota Battery, Capt. William Z. Clayton

15th Ohio Battery, Capt. James Burdick

 

LEFT WING (28,063)

(ARMY OF GEORGIA)

Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum

 

Pontoniers

58th Indiana, Lt. Col. Joseph Moore

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS (15,098)

Bvt. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis

 

Provost Guard, Lt. Col. E. Hibbard Topping

110th Illinois (9 companies)

24th Illinois (Co. A)

First Division, Brig. Gen. Charles C. Walcutt

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Harrison C. Hobart

104th Illinois, Maj. John H. Widmer

42nd Indiana, Maj. Gideon R. Kellams

88th Indiana, Maj. Lewis J. Blair

33rd Ohio, Capt. Joseph Hinson

94th Ohio, Maj. William H. Snider

21st Wisconsin, Lt. Col. Michael H. Fitch

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. George P. Buell

13th Michigan, Capt. Silas A. Yerkes

21st Michigan, Lt. Col. Loomis K. Bishop

69th Ohio, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Brigham

Third Brigade, Col. Henry A. Hambright

38th Indiana, Capt. David H. Patton

21st Ohio, Lt. Col. Arnold McMahan

74th Ohio, Ma. Robert P. Findley

79th Pennsylvania, Capt. John S. McBride

 

Second Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. James D. Morgan

Provost Guard

110th Illinois (Co. B), Capt William R. Hester

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. William Vandever

16th Illinois, Capt. Herman Lund

60th Illinois, Maj. James H. McDonald

10th Michigan, Capt. William H. Dunphy

14th Michigan, Lt. Col. George W. Grummond

17th New York, Maj. Alexander S. Marshall

Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. John G. Mitchell

24th Illinois, Lt. Col. Peter Ege

78th Illinois, Lt. Col. Maris R. Vernon

98th Ohio, Maj. David E. Roatch

108th Ohio, Lt. Col. Joseph Good

113th Ohio, Capt. Otway Watson

121st Ohio, Maj. Aaron B Robinson

Third Brigade, Lt. Col. James W. Langley

85th Illinois, Capt. James R. Griffith

86th Illinois, Lt. Col. Allen L. Fahnestock

125th Illinois, Capt. George W. Cook

22nd Indiana, Capt. William H. Snodgrass

37th Indiana (one company), Lt. Socrates Carver

52nd Ohio, Maj. James T. Holmes

Third Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Absalom Baird

 

First Brigade, Col. Morton C. Hunter

82nd Indiana, Lt. Col. John M. Matheny

23rd Missouri (four companies), Maj. John H. Jolley

11th Ohio (detachment), Capt. Francis H. Loring

17th Ohio, Lt. Col. Benjamin H. Showers

31st Ohio, Capt. Michael Stone, Capt. Eli Wilkin

89th Ohio, Lt. Col. William H. Glenn

92nd Ohio, Lt. Col. John C. Morrow

Second Brigade, Col. Newell Gleason

75th Indiana, Lt. Col. William O’Brien

87th Indiana, Lt. Col. Edwin P. Hammond

101st Indiana, Lt. Col. Thomas Doan

2nd Minnesota, Lt. Col. Judson W. Bishop

105th Ohio, Lt. Col. George T. Perkins

Third Brigade, Lt. Col. Hubbard K. Milward, Brig. Gen. George S. Greene

74th Indiana, Lt. Col. Thomas Morgan

18th Kentucky, Maj. John J. Hall, Lt. Col. Hubbard K. Milward

14th Ohio, Lt. Col. Albert Moore

38th Ohio, Capt. Charles M. Gilbert

Artillery, Maj. Charles Houghtaling

1st Illinois, Battery C, Lt. Palmer F. Scovel

2nd Illinois, Battery I, Lt. Judson Rich

19th Indiana Battery, Lt. Clinton Keeler

5th Wisconsin Battery, Capt. Joseph McKnight, Lt. Elijah Booth Jr.

 

TWENTIETH ARMY CORPS (12,965)

Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams

Maj. Gen. Joseph A. Mower

 

First Division, Brig. Gen. Nathaniel J. Jackson, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams

 

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. James L. Selfrige

5th Connecticut, Lt. Col. Henry W. Daboll

123rd New York, Col. James C. Rogers

141st New York, Lt. Col. Andrew J. McNett

46th Pennsylvania, Maj. Patrick Griffith

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. William Hawley

2nd Massachusetts, Capt Edward A. Phalen

13th New Jersey, Lt. Col. Frederick H. Harris

107th New York, Col. Nirom M. Crane

150th New York, Col. Alfred B. Smith

3rd Wisconsin, Lt. Col. George W. Stevenson

Third Brigade, Brig. Gen. James S. Robinson          

82nd Illinois, Lt. Col. Edward S. Salomon

101st Illinois, Lt. Col. John B. LeSage

143rd New York, Col. Horace Boughton

82nd Ohio (comprising 61st and 82nd Ohio), Maj. James S. Crall

31st Wisconsin, Col. Francis H. West

 

Second Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. John W. Geary

First Brigade, Col. George W. Mindil, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Ario Pardee Jr.

5th Ohio, Lt. Col. Robert Kirkup

29th Ohio, Lt. Col. Jonas Schoonover

66th Ohio, Lt. Col. Eugene Powell, Capt. Theodoric G. Keller

28th Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. James Fitzpatrick

147th Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. John Craig

Second Brigade, Col. Patrick H. Jones

33rd New Jersey, Lt. Col. Enos Fourat, Maj. Nathaniel K. Bray

119th New York, Col. John T. Lockman

134th New York, Lt. Col. Allan H. Jackson

154th New York, Lt. Col. Lewis D. Warner

73rd Pennsylvania, Maj. Christian H. Goebel

Third Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Henry A. Barnum

60th New York, Lt. Col. Lester S. Wilson

102nd New York, Maj. Oscar J. Spaulding

137th New York, Lt. Col. Koert S. Van Voorhees

149th New York, Maj. Nicholas Grumbach

29th Pennsylvania, Col. Samuel M. Zulich

111th Pennsylvania (comprising 109th and 111th Pennsylvania), Col. Thomas M. Walker

 

Third Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. William T. Ward

 

First Brigade, Col. Henry Case, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Benjamin Harrison

102nd Illinois, Col. Franklin C. Smith

105th Illinois, LT. Col. Everell F. Dutton

129th Illinois, Lt. Col. Thomas H. Flynn, Col. Henry Case

70th Indiana, Lt. Col. Samuel Merrill

79th Ohio, Lt. Col. Azariah W. Doan

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Daniel Dustin

33rd Indiana, Lt. Col. James E. Burton

85th Indiana, Lt. Col. Alexander B. Crane

19th Michigan, Maj. David Anderson

22nd Wisconsin, Lt. Col. Edward Bloodgood

Third Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. William Cogswell

20th Connecticut, Lt. Col. Philo B. Buckingham

33rd Massachusetts, Lt. Col. Elisha Doane

136th New York, Col. James Wood Jr

5th Ohio, Maj. Charles P. Wickham

73rd Ohio, Maj. Thomas W. Higgins

26th Wisconsin, Maj. Francis Lackner

Artillery, Maj. John A. Reynolds, Capt. Charles E. Winegar

1st New York, Battery I, Capt. Charles E. Winegar, Lt. Warren L. Scott

1st New York, Battery M, Capt Edward P. Newkirk

1st Ohio, Battery C, Lt. Jerome B. Stephens

Pennsylvania Light, Battery E, Capt. Thomas S. Sloan

 

CENTER (26,392)

(ARMY OF THE OHIO)

Maj. Gen. John M. Schofield

 

Escort

7th Ohio Cavalry (Co. G), Capt. John A. Ashbury

Signal Corps, Capt. Edmund H. Russell

Engineers

15th New York (three companies), Maj. Henry V. Slosson

Artillery, Lt. Col. Terance J. Kennedy

 

TENTH ARMY CORPS (12,099)

Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry

 

Escort

20th New York Cavalry (Co. I), Capt John J. Carroll

 

First Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Henry W. Birge

 

(First Brigade at Morehead City and Second Brigade at Wilmington).

Third Brigade, Col. Nicholas W. Day

24th Iowa, Lt. Col. Edward Wright

38th Massachusetts, Lt. Col. James P. Richardson

128th New York, Capt. Henry H. Sincerbox

156th New York, Capt. Alfred Cooley

175th New York (five companies), Capt. Charles McCarthey

176th New York, Maj. Charles Lewis

Artillery

22nd Indiana Battery, Lt. George W. Alexander

 

Second Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Adelbert Ames

 

First Brigade, Col. Rufus Daggett

3rd New York, Lt. Col. Alfred Dunham

112th New York, Col. Ephraim A. Ludwick

117th New York, Capt. Edward Downer

142nd New York, Col. Albert M. Barney

Second Brigade, Col. William B. Coan, Col. John S. Littell

47th New York, Col. Christopher R. MacDonald

48th New York, Capt. Van Rensselaer K. Hilliard, Col. William B. Coan

76th Pennsylvania, Maj. Charles Knerr

97th Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. John Wainwright

203rd Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. Amos W. Bachman

Third Brigade, Col. G. Frederick Granger

13th Indiana, Lt. Col. Samuel M. Zent

9th Maine, Lt. Col. Joseph Noble

4th New Hampshire, Capt. John H. Roberts

115th New York, Lt. Col. Nathan J. Johnson

169th New York, Col. James A. Colvin

Artillery

16th New York Battery, Capt. Richard H. Lee

Third Division, Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine

 

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Delevan Bates

1st U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Giles H. Rich

30th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Hiram A. Oakman

107th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. William H. Revere Jr.

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Samuel A. Duncan          

4th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. George Rogers

5th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Giles W. Shurtleff

39th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Ozora P. Stearns

Third Brigade, Col. John H. Holman, Bvt. Brig. General Albert M. Blackman

6th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. John W. Ames

27th U. S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. John W. Donnellan

37th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Nathan Goff Jr.

Unattached

3rd U.S. Artillery, Battery E, Lt. John R. Myrick

 

TWENTY-THIRD ARMY CORPS (14,293)

Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox

 

Engineer Battalion

Capt. Oliver S. McClure

Provost Guard

9th New Jersey (Co. H), Capt. Edward S. Pullen

Artillery

Lt. Col. George W. Schofield

Capt. Giles J. Cockerill

 

First Division, Bvt. Maj. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger

 

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Israel N. Stiles

120th Indiana, Col. Allen W. Prather

124th Indiana, Col. John M. Orr

128th Indiana, Lt. Col. Jasper Packard

180th Indiana, Col. Willard Warner

Second Brigade, Col John C. McQuiston

123rd Indiana, Lt. Col. Dewitt C. Walters

129th Indiana, Col. Charles A. Zollinger

130th Indiana, Col. Charles S. Parrish

28th Michigan, Col. William W. Wheeler

Third Brigade, Col. Minor T. Thomas

25th Massachusetts, Lt. Col. James Tucker

8th Minnesota, Maj. George A. Camp

174th Ohio, Col. John S. Jones

178th Ohio, Col. Joab A. Stafford

Artillery

Elgin Battery (Illinois), Capt. Andrew M. Wood

 

Second Division, Maj. Gen. Darius N. Couch, Brig Gen. Joseph A. Cooper

 

First Brigade, Col. Orlando H. Moore, Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Cooper

26th Kentucky, Col. Thomas B. Farleigh

25th Michigan, Lt. Col. Benjamin F. Orcutt

132nd New York (with detachment of 99th New York), Col. Peter J. Claassen

52nd Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. John B. Conyngham

Second Brigade, Col. John. Mehringer

107th Illinois, Maj. Thomas J. Milholland

80th Indiana, Lt. Col. Alfred D. Owen

23rd Michigan, Col. Oliver L. Spaulding

111th Ohio, Lt. Col. Isaac R. Sherwood

118th Ohio, Lt. Col. Edgar Sowers

Third Brigade, Col. Silas A. Strickland

91st Indiana, Lt. Col. Charles H. Butterfield

50th Ohio, Capt. John S. Conahan

181st Ohio, Lt. Col. John E. Hudson, Col. John O’Dowd

183rd Ohio, Col. George W. Hoge

Artillery

109th Ohio Battery, Capt. Frank Wilson

 

Third Division, Brig. Gen. James W. Reilly, Brig. Gen. Samuel P. Carter

 

Provost Guard

100th Ohio (Co. F), Lt. John P. Denny

First Brigade, Col. Oscar W. Sterl

12th Kentucky, Lt. Col. Laurence H. Rousseau

16th Kentucky, Lt. Col. John S. White

100th Ohio, Capt. Frank Rundell

104th Ohio, Lt. Col. William J. Jordan

8th Tennessee, Capt. James W. Berry

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. John S. Casement

65th Illinois, Lt. Col. William S. Stewart

65th Indiana, Lt. Col. John W. Hammond

9th New Jersey, Col. James Stewart Jr.

103rd Ohio, Capt. Henry S. Pickands

177th Ohio, Lt. Col. William H. Zimmerman

Third Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Henderson

112th Illinois, Lt. Col. Emery S. Bond

63rd Indiana, Lt. Col. Daniel Morris, Maj. Frank Wilcox

140th Indiana, Col Thomas J. Brady

17th Massachusetts, Lt. Col. Henry Splaine

Artillery

1st Ohio, Battery D, Capt. Giles J. Cockerill, Lt. Cecil C. Reed

 

THIRD DIVISION- CAVALRY (5,659)

Bvt. Major Gen. Judson Kilpatrick

 

First Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Jordan

8th Indiana (with battalion of 3rd Indiana), Lt. Col. Fielder A. Jones

2nd Kentucky, Maj. Owen Star

3rd Kentucky, Lt. Col. Robert H. King

9th Pennsylvania, Lt. Col. David H. Kimmel

Second Brigade, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Smith D. Atkins

92nd Illinois Mounted Infantry, Lt. Col. Matthew Van Buskirk

9th Michigan, Col. George S. Acker

9th Ohio, Col. William D. Hamilton

10th Ohio, Col. Thomas W. Sanderson

McLaughlin’s (Ohio) Squadron, Capt. John Dalzell

Third Brigade, Col. Michael Kerwin, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Thomas T. Heath

1st Alabama, Maj. Sanford Tramel

5th Ohio, Maj. George H. Rader

13th Pennsylvania, Maj. George F. McCabe, Col. Michael Kerwin

Artillery

23rd New York Battery, Capt. Samuel Kittinger

 

[Source: OR 47(1): 43, 46-59]

 

 

 

ORGANIZATION OF CONFEDERATE FORCES

 

Abbreviations used for the unit stations at the time of the surrender:

 

BH= Bush Hill

BLOOM= Bloomington

CHAR= Charlotte

CHES= Chester, South Carolina

CONC= Concord

GRN= Greensboro

HP= High Point

HILLS= Hillsborough

JAMES= Jamestown

LEX= Lexington

SAL= Salisbury

TC= Trinity College

 

 

ARMY OF TENNESSEE (32,440)

Gen. Joseph E. Johnston (357) GRN

 

Escort

Holloway’s Cavalry Company (Alabama) (44)

Capt. E. M. Holloway

 

Second-In-Command

Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard (53) GRN

 

Escort

Jeff Davis Legion, Co. A (Mississippi) (33) GRN

Lt. R. E. Conner

Provost Marshal-General

Detachment of Lewis’s Brigade and other units (241) GRN

Col. Martin H. Cofer

Signal Corps (36) GRN

Lt. Eli Duvall

 

HARDEE’S CORPS (8,260)

Lt. Gen. William J. Hardee (70) TC

 

Escort and Scouts

Raum’s Cavalry Company (Mississippi) (73) TC

Capt. William C. Raum

Stono Scouts Company (South Carolina) (58) TC

Capt. John B. L. Walpole, Lt. Paul T. Gervais

Brown’s Division (2,374)

Maj. Gen. William J. Hardee (70) TC

 

Smith’s Brigade (1, 241) HP, Brig. Gen. James A. Smith (7)

1st Florida Consolidated (comprising 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 7th Florida Infantry and 1st Florida Cavalry [Dismounted]) Lt. Col. Elisha Mashburn (402)

1st Georgia Consolidated (comprising 1st, 57th, and 63rd Georgia Infantry), Col. Charles H. Olmstead (447)

54th Georgia Consolidated (comprising 37th and 54th Georgia and 4th Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters), Col. Theodore D. Caswell (385)

Govan’s Brigade (1, 052) James

Brig. Gen. Daniel C. Govan (10)

1st Arkansas Consolidated (comprising 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 19th, and 24th Arkansas and 3rd Confederate), Col. E. A. Howell (635)1st Texas Consolidated (comprising 6th, 7th, 10th, and 15th Texas Infantry and 17th, 18th 24th, and 25th Texas Cavalry [Dismounted]), Lt. Col. William A. Ryan (407)

 

Hoke’s Division,

Maj. Gen. Robert F. Hoke (62)

 

Clingman’s Brigade (151) HP, Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Clingman (8)

8th North Carolina, Lt. Col. Rufus A. Barrier (25)

31st North Carolina, Lt. Col. Charles W. Knight (22)

36th/40th North Carolina (Consolidated), Lt. Selby Hardenburgh (36)

51st North Carolina, Capt. James W. Lippitt (46)

61st North Carolina, Capt. A. D. Lippitt (14), Col. William L. Devane

 

Colquitt’s Brigade (736) BLOOM, Brig. Gen. Alfred H. Colquitt (6)

6th Georgia, Maj. James M. Culpepper (152)

19th Georgia, Maj. William Hamilton (135)

23rd Georgia, Col. Marcus R. Ballenger (92)

27th Georgia, Col. Charles T. Zachry (229)

28th Georgia, Lt. Col. W. P. Crawford (122)

Hagood’s Brigade (378) HP, Lt. Co. James H. Rion (9), Col. Robert F. Graham

11th South Carolina, Capt. B.F. Wyman (65)

21st South Carolina, Col. Robert F. Graham (24), Capt. J.A.W. Thomas

25th South Carolina, Capt. E.R. Lesesne (41)

27th South Carolina, Capt. Thomas Y. Simons (59)

7th South Carolina Battalion, Capt William Clyburn (180), Lt. Col. James H. Rion

Kirkland’s Brigade (218) BH, Brig. Gen. William W. Kirkland (8)

17th North Carolina, Capt. Stuart L. Johnston (46)

42nd North Carolina, Col. John E. Brown (72)

50th North Carolina, Col. George Wortham (42)

66th North Carolina/10th North Carolina Battalion (Consolidated), Col John H. Nethercutt (50

First Brigade Junior Reserves (209) HP, Col. Frank S. Armistead (7)

1st North Carolina Reserves, Lt. Col. Charles W. Broadfoot (50)

2nd North Carolina Reserves, Col. John H. Anderson (100)

3rd North Carolina Reserves, Col. John W. Hinsdale (41)

1st (Millard’s) North Carolina Reserves Battalion, Capt. J.L. Eaves (11)

 

Cheatham’s Division (3,009), Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Cheatham (153)

Maj. Gen. William B. Bate (20)

 

Palmer’s Brigade (1,998) HP, Brig. Gen. Joseph B. Palmer (11)

1st Tennessee Consolidated (comprising 1st, 6th, 8th, 9th, 16th, 27th, 28th, and 34th Tennessee and 24th Tennessee Battalion),Lt Col. Oliver A. Bradshaw (384)

2nd Tennessee Consolidated (comprising 11th, 12th, 13th, 29th, 47th, 50th, 51st, 52nd, and 154th Tennessee), Lt. Col. George W. Pease (441).

3rd Tennessee Consolidated (Comprising 4th, 5th, 19th, 24th, 31st, 33rd, 35th, 38th, and 41st Tennessee), Col. James D. Tillman (473)

4th Tennessee Consolidated (comprising 2nd, 3rd, 10th, 15th, 18th, 20th, 26th, 30th, 32nd, 37th, and 45th Tennessee and 23rd Tennessee Battalion), Col. Anderson Searcy (689)

Gist’s Brigade (838) HP, Col. William G. Foster (5)

46th Georgia, Lt. Col. Abe Miles (227)

65th Georgia Consolidated (65th Georgia and 2nd and 8th Georgia Battalions), Lt. Col. Zachariah L. Watters (211)

16th/24th South Carolina Consolidated, Maj. B. Burgh Smith (395)

 

Artillery (921), Col. Ambrosio J. Gonzales (8)

 

Artillery Battalion (340) BH, Maj. Basil C. Manly (9)

Bridge’s Battery (Louisiana), Capt. William M, Bridges (98)

Atkins’s Battery (North Carolina), Capt George B. Atkins (15)

Walter’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt. George H. Walter (149)

Zimmerman’s Battery (South  Carolina), Capt William E. Zimmerman (39)

Paris’s Battery (Virginia), Lt. Thomas M. Tucker (30)

Reserve Artillery Battalion (573) Bloom, Lt. Col. Del. Kemper (35)

(There are no muster rolls for Bachman’s, Barnwell’s, Gaillard’s, and Maxwell’s Batteries, all of which were part of the Reserve Battalion as of April 10. These units probably were either Transferred to South Carolina or consolidated with the batteries listed below, which would explain the absence of muster rolls bearing their names).

 

Guerard’s Battery (Georgia), Capt. John M. Guerard (42)

Lumpkin’s Battery (Georgia), Capt. Edward P. Lumpkin (108)

1st Missouri Battery, Capt. A. W. Harris (77)

Charles’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt William E. Charles (23)

DePass’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt. Charles E. Kanapaux, Lt. Thomas J. Sistrunk (60)

Schulz’s Battery (Palmetto Light Artillery, Co. F., South Carolina), Capt Frederick C Schulz (66)

Wagener’s Battery (German Artillery, Cos. A and C, South Carolina), Capt. F. W. Wagener (57)

Huggins’s Battery (Tennessee), Capt. Almaria L. Huggins (51)

 

STEWART’S CORPS (8,175)

Lt. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart(108) GRN

 

Loring’s Division (3,599)

Maj. Gen. William W. Loring (15)

Featherston’s Brigade (1,249) JAMES, Brig. Gen. Winfield S. Featherson (5)

1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles Consolidated (comprising 1st and 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles [Dismounted], and 4th, 9th, and 25th Arkansas Infantry) Col. Henry G. Bunn (542)

3rd Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 3rd, 31st, and 40th Mississippi), Col. James M. Stigler (174)

22nd Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 1st, 22nd, and 33rd

Mississippi and 1st Mississippi Battalion), Col. Martin A. Oatis (376).

37th Mississippi Battalion, Maj. Q.C. Heidelberg (152)

Lowry’s Brigade (1,249) GRN, Brig. Gen. Robert Lowry (8)

29th Alabama, Maj. Henry B. Turner (117)

12th Louisiana, Lt. Col. E. M. Graham (288)

14th Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 5th, 14th, and 43rd Mississippi), Col. Robert J. Lawrence (416)

15th Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 6th, 15th, 20th, and 23rd Mississippi), Lt. Col. Thomas B. Graham (420)

Shelley’s Brigade (1,086) GRN, Brig. Gen. Charles M. Shelley (21)

1st Alabama Consolidated (comprising 1st, 16th, 26th, 33rd, and eight companies of 45th Alabama (Col. Robert H. Abercrombie (366)

27th Alabama Consolidated (comprising 27th, 35th, 49th, 55th, and 57th Alabama), Col. Edward McAlexander (352)

45th Alabama (Cos. C and H), Lt. G. P. Bledsoe (41) LEX

 

Anderson’s Division (1, 722), Maj. Gen. Patton Anderson (41)

 

Elliot’s Brigade (1,132) GRN, Lt. Col. J. Welsman Brown (4)

22nd Georgia Battalion, Maj. Mark J. McMullen (363)

27th Georgia Battalion, Maj. Alfred L. Hartridge (155)

2nd South Carolina Artillery, Maj. F. F. Warley (461)

Manigualt’s Battalion (South Carolina), Capt. Theodore G. Boag (149)

Rhett’s Brigade (549) GRN, Col. William Butler (6)

1st South Carolina (Regulars), Lt. Col. Warren Adams (259)

1st South Carolina Artillery (Regulars), Lt. Col. Joseph A. Yates (230)

15th South Carolina Battalion (Lucas’s Battalion), Capt. Theodore B. Hayne (54)

Walthall’s Division (2, 990)

Maj. Gen. Edward C. Walthall (74)

Harrison’s Brigade (1, 543) GRN, Col. George P. Harrison Jr (4)

1st Georgia Regulars, Col. Richard A. Wayne (457)

5th Georgia, Col. Charles P. Daniel (262)

32nd Georgia, Lt. Col. E. H. Bacon Jr. (516)

Kennedy’s Brigade (1, 373) GRN, Brig. Gen. John D. Kennedy (6)

2nd South Carolina Consolidated (comprising 2nd and 20th South Carolina and detachment of Blanchard’s Reserves), Col. William Wallace (508)

3rd South Carolina Consolidated (comprising 3rd and 8th South Carolina and detachment of Blanchard’s Reserves), Col. Eli. T. Stackhouse (423)

7th South Carolina Consolidated (comprising 7th and 15th South Carolina and detachment of Blanchard’s Reserves), Col. John B. Davis

Artillery Battalion (296+) GRN, Maj. Gen. Burnet Rhett (5)

Brooks Battery (Georgia), Capt. John W. Brooks (89)

LeGardeur’s Battery (Louisiana), Capt. Gustave LeGardeur Jr. (92)

Parker’s Battery (Marion Light Artillery, South Carolina), Capt.

Edward L. Parker (?)

Stuart’s Battery (Beaufort Light Artillery, South Carolina), Capt. Henry M. Stuart (110)

Wheaton’s Battery (Chatham Light Artillery, Georgia), Capt. John F. Wheaton (?)

 

LEE’S CORPS (6,191)

Lt. Gen. Stephen D. Lee (40) JAMES

Escort

Ragland’s Cavalry Company (Georgia) (76) JAMES, Capt. George G. Ragland

 

Hill’s Division (3,109)

Maj. Gen. D. H. Hill (22)

 

Sharp’s Brigade (1, 458) HP/JAMES, Brig. Gen. Jacob H. Sharp (22)

24th Alabama Consolidated (comprising 24th, 28th, and 34th Alabama), Col. John C. Carter (425)

8th Mississippi Consolidated Battalion (comprising 5th, 8th, and

32nd Mississippi and 3rd Mississippi Battalion), Lt. Col. J.R. Moore (273)

9th Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 7th, 9th, 10th, 41st, and

44th Mississippi and 9th Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters), Lt. Col. William C. Richards (420)

19th South Carolina Battalion (Consolidated) (comprising 10th and 19th South Carolina), Lt. Col. C. Irvine Walker (318)

Brantly’s Brigade (1, 362) GRN, Brig. Gen. William F. Brantly (9)

22nd Alabama Consolidated (comprising 22nd, 25th, 39th, and 50th Alabama), Col. Harry T. Toulmin (522)

37th Alabama Consolidated (comprising 37th, 42nd, and 54th Alabama), Col. John A. Minter (384)

24th Mississippi Consolidated (comprising 24th, 27th 29th, 30th, and 34th Mississippi), Col. R. W. Williamson (328)

58th North Carolina (Consolidated) (comprising 58th and 60th North Carolina), Lt. Col. Thaddeus Coleman (119)

 

Detachment, Army of Northern Virginia (267)

JAMES, Lt. Col. A.C. McAlister (1)

 

Contingent from Lane’s Brigade (154)

7th North Carolina, Maj. James S. Harris

Contingent from Cooke’s and Grimes’s Brigades (112)

15th North Carolina (Cos. B, F, and I)

27th North Carolina (Cos. C, F, and G)

32nd North Carolina (Cos. E and K)

43rd North Carolina (Co. F)

45th North Carolina  (Co. I)

46th North Carolina (Cos. B, D, G, and I)

48th North Carolina (Cos. A and B)

55th North Carolina (Cos. A. and K)

 

Stevenson’s Division (2,856)

Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson (53)

 

Henderson’s Brigade (1,402) HP, Brig. Gen. Robert J. Henderson (7)

1st Confederate (Georgia) Consolidated Battalion (comprising 1st Confederate, 25th, 29th, 30th, and 66th Georgia, and 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters), Capt W. J. Whitsitt (345)

39th Georgia Consolidated (comprising 34th and 39th Georgia and detachments of 52nd and 56th Georgia), Col. Charles H. Phinizy (365)

42nd Georgia Consolidated (comprising 36th and 42nd Georgia and detachments of 34th and 56th Georgia), Lt. Col. L. P. Thomas (398)

40th Georgia Consolidated Battalion (comprising 40th, 41st, and

43rd Georgia), Lt. Col. S.D. Clements (287)

Pettus’s Brigade (1,401)SAL, Brig. Gen. Edmund W. Pettus (9)

19th Alabama, Col. M. L. Woods (405)

20th Alabama, Lt. Col. James K. Elliot (455)

23rd Alabama, Lt. Col Osceola Kyle (399)

27th Alabama (Co. B), Lt. Robert G. Hampton (39)

54th Virginia (Consolidated) Battalion (comprising 54th and 63rd Virginia), Lt. Col. Connally H. Lynch (94)

Artillery (11) JAMES, J.T. Kanapaux’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt. J.T. Kanapaux

 

Independent Naval Contingent

Naval Regiment, Flag Off. French Forrest (64) GRN

 

Naval Brigade (239) GRN, Rear Adm. And Brig. Gen. Raphael Semmes (53)

1st Regiment (90)

2nd Regiment (96)

 

Unattached Artillery

 

Artillery Battalion (307) GRN, Maj. Joseph Palmer (1)

Havis’s Battery (14th Battalion, Co. A., Georgia Light Artillery), Capt. M. W. Havis (90)

Anderson’s Battery (14th Battalion, Co. D, Georgia Light Artillery), Capt. Ruel Wooten Anderson (119)

Yates’s Battery (Mississippi), Capt. James H. Yates (74)

Moseley’s Battery (Sampson Artillery, North Carolina), Capt. Abner A. Moseley (23)

Independent Batteries

Abell’s Light Artillery (Florida), Capt Henry F. Abell (122) GRN

Swett’s Battery (Mississippi), Lt. H. Shannon (56) GRN

Artillery, Lt. Col. Joseph B. Starr (9)

 

10th North Carolina (1st Artillery), (96) GRN

Darden’s Battery (Co. C), Lt. Alfred M. Darden (18)

Southerland’s Battery (Co. I), Capt. Thomas L. Southerland (78)

 

3rd North Carolina Battalion (134) GRN, Maj. John W. Moore (6)

Ellis’s Battery (Co. A), Capt. A. J. Ellis (45)

Badham’s Battery (Co. B)., Capt. William Badham (63)

Sutton’s Battery (Co. C), Capt. John M. Sutton (20)

13th North Carolina Battalion (139) GRN

Cumming’s Battery (Co. C), Capt. James D. Cumming (42)

Dickson’s Battery (Co. E. ), Capt. Henry Dickson (97) CHES

Kelly’s Battery (Chesterfield Artillery, South Carolina), Capt. James I. Kelly (95) GRN

 

CAVALRY CORPS (4,772)

Lt. Gen. Wade Hampton (62)

Maj. Gen. Mathew C. Butler GRN

 

Butler’s Division (1, 483), Brig. Gen. Evander M. Law, Maj. Gen. Matthew C. Butler (90)

Logan’s Brigade (206) GRN, Brig. Gen. Thomas M. Logan (6)

1st South Carolina Cavalry, Lt. J.A. Ratchford (44)

4th South Carolina Cavalry, Capt. O. Barber (32)

5th South Carolina Cavalry, Capt. George Tupper (44)

6th South Carolina Cavalry, Lt. J.A. Tagart (61)

19th South Carolina Cavalry Battalion, Lt. W. Ha. Pagett (19)

 

Young’s Brigade (1,010), Col. Gilbert J. Wright (6) GRN

Cobb’s Legion Cavalry (Georgia), Capt. R. Bill Roberts (317)

Phillips Legion Cavalry (Georgia), Maj. Wesley W. Thomas (254)

10th Georgia Cavalry, Capt. Edwin W. Moise (178)

Jeff Davis Legion (Mississippi), Col. J. Fred. Waring (255)

 

Horse Artillery (177)

Earle’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt William E. Earle (72) HP

Halsey’s Battery (South Carolina), Capt. E. Lindsey Halsey (105) GRN

 

Wheeler’s Cavalry Contingent (3, 227)

(Formerly Wheeler’s Cavalry Corps, Army of Tennessee)

Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler

Brig. Gen. William W. Allen (6) CONC

 

Escort

1st Alabama Cavalry, Co. G (50) CONC

Lt. James M. Smith

 

Scout Company

Shannon’s Special Scouts (55) GRN

Maj. A. M. Shannon

Engineer Troop (24) CONC

Lt. L.C. Anderson

 

Allen’s Division (1,738)

Brig. Gen. William W. Allen, Col. Charles C. Crews (17)

(When General Allen assumed command of Wheeler’s cavalry, he placed Colonel Crews in command of his division- evidently because General Anderson was on detached service with his brigade at Hillsborough).

 

Anderson’s Brigade (871), Brig. Gen. Robert H. Anderson (14) HILLS

3rd Confederate Cavalry (Georgia), Col. P. H. Rice (114)

8th Confederate Cavalry (Georgia), Lt. Col. John S. Prather (186)

10th Confederate Cavalry (Georgia), Capt. W. H. Brazier (258)

5th Georgia Cavalry, Col. Edward Bird (299)

 

Crew’s Brigade (504+), Col. Charles C. Crews, Col. John R. Hart (1+) SAL

1st Georgia Cavalry, Lt. Col. George T. Watts (151)

2nd Georgia Cavalry, Lt. Col. F. M. Ison (124)

3rd Georgia Cavalry, Lt. Col. J.T. Thornton (122)

6th Georgia Cavalry, Col. John R. Hart (47)

12th Georgia Cavalry, Capt. James H. Graham (59)

 

Hagan’s Brigade (346), Col. David T. Blakely (16) CONC

1st Alabama Cavalry, Lt. Col. Augustus H. Johnson (112)

3rd Alabama Cavalry, Capt. A.P. Forney (10)

9th Alabama Cavalry, Lt. Asl. Blansit (75)

12th Alabama Cavalry, Capt. A.D. Bennett (11)

51st Alabama Cavalry, Col. M. L. Kirkpatrick (122)

 

Humes’s Division (1,300)

Col. Henry M. Ashby (14)

 

Ashby’s Brigade (1,107), Col. James T. Wheeler (12) CHAR

1st (or 6th) Tennessee Cavalry, Lt. Col. James H. Lewis (403)

2nd Tennessee Cavalry, Lt. Col. John H. Kuhn (213)

5th Tennessee Cavalry, Col. George W. McKenzie (300)

9th Tennessee cavalry Battalion, Maj. James H. Akin (179)

Harrison’s Brigade (179+), Col. Baxter Smith (5) CHAR

3rd Arkansas Cavalry, Maj. William H. Blackwell (174)

4th Tennessee Cavalry (Smith’s)

8th Texas Cavalry

11th Texas Cavalry

 

Dibrell’s Division (800?)

Brig Gen. George C. Dibrell

(Served with Wheeler’s cavalry until April 15, 1865 when it was detached for special service as President Jefferson Davis’s escort. Dibrell’s Division therefore is not included in the tally for Wheeler’s cavalry).

 

Breckenridge’s Brigade, Col. William C.P. Breckenridge

1st (or 3rd) Kentucky Cavalry

2nd Kentucky Cavalry

9th Kentucky Cavalry

McLemore’s Brigade, Col. William S. McLemore

4th (or 8th) Tennessee Cavalry (McLemore’s)

13th Tennessee Cavalry

Shaw’s Battalion (Tennessee)

 

Post of Greensboro (717)

Brig. Gen. Alfred Iverson, Brig. Gen. John D. Kennedy

 

Includes the following commands:

Detachment of Lewis’s Brigade (2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 9th Kentucky

Mounted Infantry), Lt. J.M. McGuire (36)

Buckner Guards (2nd Kentucky Cavalry Battalion, Co. B, and 4th

Tennessee Cavalry, Co. C), Lt. Isaiah Yokum (46)

Tucker’s Regiment Confederate Infantry (Pioneer Troops), Col. Julius G. Tucker (72)

Invalid Corps (North Carolina), Col. Frank Parker (9)

Troops from various commands (154)

Maj. Gen. Lunsford L. Lomax and staff and unattached officers and men of the Army of Northern  Virginia (27)

All others (including Brig. Gen. John Echols and staff) (373)

 

Post of Salisbury (679)

Brig. Gen. Bradley T. Johnson (98)

 

(Among those serving at General Johnson’s headquarters were twelve officers and men from the 2nd Maryland Infantry and the 1st Maryland Cavalry.)

Includes the following commands:

Freeman’s Battalion (North Carolina)

Salisbury Prison Guard (Co. A), Capt. C.D. Freeman (49)

Salisbury Prison Guard (Co. B), Capt. H.P. Allen (24)

Salisbury Prison Guard (Co. C), Sgt. W.J. Whitaker (18)

1st Regiment Detailed Men (North Carolina) (14)

All others (excluding hospital personnel, hospitalized troops, and units

Already listed elsewhere) (476)

 

Post of Charlotte (1,081)

Col. William J. Hoke

(Excludes hospital and nonmilitary personnel, hospitalized troops, and units already listed elsewhere).

 

[Sources: OR 47 (1): 1061-66; OR 47 (3): 774-774, 781-82, 844; Muster Rolls and Lists of Confederate Troops Paroled in North Carolina, M1781, Rolls 1-7 (mf), RG 109, NA; Given Campbell Journal, LC; Herriot, “At Greensboro, N.C., in April, 1865,” 101; Harris, Seventh North Carolina, 61; Joseph Mullen Jr. Diary, April 16, 1865, Diary Collection, MOC; Walter Clark, Histories, 1: 386, 3:79.]

 

Special Thanks to Mark Bradley, Author of This Astounding Close, The Road To Bennett Place.

 

 

 

 

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