864iab: Confederate Forces Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia 1 September 1864

   

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in Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia

                       Confederate Forces
       Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia
                        1 September 18641 

Commanding Officer: General G.T.Beauregard

     1st Military District: Brigadier General H.A.Wise
               (176/2,593)
          Holcombe Legion: Cpt. A.B.Woodruff
               Stoney Creek (4 cos)
               Nottoway Bridge (4 cos)
               Rowanty Bridge (2 cos)
          Fort Clifton: Lt. Colonel H.T.Guion
               34th Virginia Infantry Regiment
               Det/10th North Carolina Artillery
          Hicksford: Colonel J.J.Garnett
               C.S.Zouaves
               Virginia Reserves
               62nd Georgia Cavalry, Company H
               Bradford's Section Artillery
          High Bridge (South Side Railroad)
               Virginia Reserves
          Mattox Station: Major W.S.Basinger
               18th Georgia Infantry Battalion
               Virginia Reserves
          Staunton River Bridge: Lt. Colonel B.L.Farinholt
               Virginia Reserves
          Danville, Virginia: Colonel R.E.Withers
               Virginia Reserves
          Petersburg, Virginia:
               44th Virginia Infantry Battalion
               Virginia Reserves
               Independent Signal Corps
               Operatives, Major W.H.Hood

     2nd Military District: Brigadier General L.S.Baker
               (210/3,706)
          Goldsborough, N.C.: Colonel S.D.Pool
               Battalion Senior Reserves
               Company Provost Guard
          Kinston, N.C.: Colonel J.N.Whitford
               67th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               1st North Carolina Sharpshooter Battalion
               Det/3rd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment
               6th North Carolina Cavalry Regiment
               Det/10th North Carolina Artillery, Company B
               13th North Carolina Artillery Battalion
          Wilmington, N.C.: Lt. Colonel J.C.Van Hook
               G/62nd Georgia Cavalry Regiment
               50th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (4 cos)
               Dets/10th North Carolina Artillery, Companies  B & G
               13th North Carolina Artillery Battalion, Company B
          Plymouth, N.C.: Colonel G.Wortham
               50th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               Spencer's and Pitts Companies Independent Cavalry
               Dets/10th North Carolina Artillery, Companies G & H
               Lee's Light Battery, Cpt.E.J.lee
          Welcon, N.C.:
               1st North Carolina Reserves
               Battalion North Carolina Reserves (1)
               Provost Guard
               15th Battalion North Carolina Cavarly
               Det/10th North Carolina Artillery
               Webb's Battery, Cpt. L.H.Webb
               Local Defense Company, Cpt. J.W.Strange

     3rd Military District: Major General W.H.C.Whiting
               (136/3,706)
          Fort Fisher: Colonel W.Lamb
               36th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               13th Battalion Light Artillery, Company D
          Fort Caswell: Colonel T.M.Jones
               1st Battalion North Carolina  (3 cos)
               3rd Battalion Heavy Artillery, Company C
               Sampson Artillery
          Fort Campbell: Colonel J.D.Taylor
               1st Battalion North Carolina (1 co)
               36th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (1 co)
               40th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (1 co)
               Coast Guards (1 co)
          Fort Holmes & Fort Pender: Colonel J.J.Hedrick
               B/3rd North Carolina Infantry Battalion
               40th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (8 cos)
               Det/10th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Fort Anderson:
               Det/1st Battalion North Carolina Infantry
               Det/40th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Battery Lamb:
               Det/1st Battalion North Carolina Infantry
               Det/40th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Masonborough Sound: Colonel G.Jackson
               4th & 8th Battalion Junior Reserves
               D/,F/7th C.S.Cavalry Regiment
               Paris' Battery, Cpt. A.B.Paris
               Southerland's Battery, Cpt. T.J.Southerland
          Kenanville, North Carolina:
               A/3rd North Carolina Infantry Battalion
               10th North Carolina Infantry Battalion (2 cos)
          City of Wilmington and River Defenses:
                    Colonel  G.A.Cunningham
               B/2nd North Carolina Infantry Battalion
               10th North Carolina Infantry Battalion (2 cos)
               10th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (2 cos)
               A/40th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               Buie's and Bass' Companies (unattached)
     Hoke's Division: (321/3,222)
          Martin's Brigade:
               17th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               42nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               50th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               60th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Clingman's Brigade:
               8th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               31st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               51st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               61st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Colquitt's Brigade:
               6th Georgia Infantry Regiment
               19th Georgia Infantry Regiment
               23rd Georgia Infantry Regiment
               27th Georgia Infantry Regiment
               28th Georgia Infantry Regiment
          Hagood's Brigade:
               7th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               11th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               21st South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               25th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               27th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
     Johnson's Division: (367/3,959)
          Ransom's Brigade:
               24th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               35th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               49th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
               56th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Elliott's Brigade:
               17th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               18th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               22nd South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               23rd South Carolina Infantry Regiment
               26th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
          Gracie's Brigade:
               23rd Alabama Infantry Battalion
               41st Alabama Infantry Regiment
               43rd Alabama Infantry Regiment
               59th Alabama Infantry Regiment
               60th Alabama Infantry Regiment
          Wise's Brigade:
               26th Virginia Infantry Regiment
               34th Virginia Infantry Regiment
               46th Virginia Infantry Regiment
               59th Virginia Infantry Regiment
     Artillery: Colonel H.P.Jones (52/809)
          Moseley's Battalion:
               Cummings' (North Carolina) Battery
               Miller's (North Carolina) Battery
               Slaten's (Georgia) Battery
               Pegram's (Virginia) Battery
               Young's (Virginia) Battery
          Read's Battalion:
               Blount's (Virginia) Battery
               Hampden (Virginia) Battery
               Macon's (Virginia) Battery
               Marshall's (Virginia) Battery
          Bogg's Battalion
               Martin's (Virginia) Battery
               Sturdivant's (Virginia) Battery
          Coit's Battalion:
               Wright's (Virginia) Battery
               Bradford's (Mississippi) Battery

     Cavalry: Brigadier General J.Dearing (84/1,407)
               7th Confederate Cavalry Regiment
               62nd Georgia Cavalry Regiment
               4th North Carolina Cavalry Regiment
               6th North Carolina Cavalry Regiment
               Horse Artillery
               Graham's (Virginia) Battery

     Drewry's Bluff: Colonel G.H.Terrett (16/154)
               Neblett Artillery
               Southside Artillery

(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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