864iad: Abstract Return Confederate Army of Northern Virginia 10 September 1864

   

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                         Abstract Return
              Confederate Army of Northern Virginia
                        10 September 18641 

Commanding Officer: General R.E.Lee

1st Army Corps (Anderson)
     Staff                                  11/0
     Pickett's Division                    305/4,542
     Field's Division                      440/4,046
     Kershaw's Division                    not reported

2nd Army Corps (Early)
     Staff                                  17/0
     Breckinridge's Division               233/2,172
     Rode's Division                       349/3,244
     Gordon's Division                     395/2,690
     Ramseur's Division                    213/2,010
     Carter's Artillery                     49/818

3rd Army Corps (Hill)
     Staff                                  16/0
     Heth's Division                       354/4,159
     Mahone's Division                     360/4,120
     Wilcox's Division                     389/4,211
     5th Alabama Battalion                  14/145 

Cavalry Corps (Hampton)
     Staff                                  12/0
     Hampton's Division                    206/2,736
     Fitz Lee's Division                   detached
     W.H.F.Lee's Division                  151/2,545
     Lomax's Division                      390/3,215
     Horse Artillery                        16/225
     Dearing's Brigade                      88/1,430

Artillery Corps  (Pendleton)
     Staff                                   4/10
     1st Corps Artillery                    74/1,463
     3rd Corps Artillery                   103/1,820
     Hardaway's Battalion, 2nd Corps        17/289
     Department of North Carolina &         55/904
        Southern Virginia

(Order of Battle From the George Nafziger Collection)2

Source:

  1. U.S. War Department, The War of the Succession, A Compilation of
    Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Government
    Printing Office; Washington D.C. 1882
  2. George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection

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