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Infantry

  • 1st Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Williams Rifles)
  • 1st Virginia Brigade
    AKA - Stonewall Brigade
  • 1st Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Regulars)(Irish Battalion)
  • 1st Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Ordnance Battalion) (Armory Battalion)
  • 2nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense(Waller's)(Quartermaster Battalion)
  • 2nd Virginia Brigade
  • 2nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 2nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense
  • 3rd Virginia Brigade
  • 3rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Henley's) (McAnerney's)
  • 3rd Kanawha Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 3rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 4th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 4th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 4th Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Naval Battalion) (Navy Department Battalion)
  • 5th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 5th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Wilson's) (Archer's)
  • 5th Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Arsenal Battalion)
  • 5th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 6th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 6th Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Tredegar Battalion)
  • 6th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 7th Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (1st Nitre Battalion)
  • 7th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 8th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 9th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Hansbrough's)
  • 9th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 10th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 12th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 13th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 14th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 15th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 16th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 17th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 18th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 19th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 19th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 20th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 20th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 21st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 21st Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 22nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 22nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry (1st Kanawha Regiment)
  • 23rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 23rd Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 24th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 25th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Heck's)
  • 25th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Richmond Battalion) (City Battalion)
  • 26th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Edgar's)
  • 26th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 27th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 28th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 28th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 29th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
    29th Infantry Regiment was authorized in November, 1861, and was to contain seven companies under Colonel A.C. Moore and three companies at Pound Gap. However, this organization never took place. Moore's five companies from Abingdon and companies raised in the spring of 1862 evidently made up the nine-company regiment. It was assigned to the Valley District, Department of Northern Virginia, then moved to Kentucky where it was engaged at Middle Creek. Later it saw action in Western Virginia and for a time served in North Carolina under General French. In March, 1863, it totalled 732 men. Attached to General Corse's Brigade the unit participated in Longstreet's Suffolk Expedition and during the Gettysburg Campaign was on detached duty in Tennessee and North Carolina. In the spring of 1864 it returned to Virginia and took its place in the Petersburg trenches north and south of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox. Many were lost at Sayler's Creek, and only 1 officer and 27 men surrendered on April 9, 1865. The field officers were Colonels James Giles and Alfred C. Moore; Lieutenant Colonels Alexander Haynes, William Leigh, and Edwin R. Smith; and Majors Ebenezer Bruster, William R.B. Horne, and Isaac White.
  • 30th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 31st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 32nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 33rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 34th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 35th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 36th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (2nd Kanawha Infantry)
  • 37th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 38th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Pittsylvania Regiment)
  • 39th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 40th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 41st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 42nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 43rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 44th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 44th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Petersburg City Battalion
  • 45th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 45th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 46th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 47th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 48th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 49th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 50th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 51st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 52nd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 53rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 54th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
    organized in October, 1861. It was soon ordered to Kentucky and took an active part in the engagement at Middle Creek. Later the unit was assigned to Trigg's, Reynolds', Brown's and Reynolds' Consolidated, and Palmer's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. It participated in many battles of the army from Chickamauga to Atlanta, endured Hood's winter operations, and fought in North Carolina. On April 9, 1865, it merged into the 54th Battalion Virginia Infantry. This regiment sustained 47 casualties at Chickamauga, totalled 390 men and 329 arms in December, 1863, andhad 128 present in December, 1864 and 212 in January, 1865. The field officers were Colonel Robert C. Trigg; Lieutenant Colonels Henry A. Edmundson, William B. Shelor, and John J. Wade; and Majors John S. Deyerle, Austin Harman, and James C. Taylor.
  • 54th Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • 55th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 56th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 57th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 58th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 59th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • 60th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (3rd Regiment, Wise Legion)
  • 61st Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Wilson's)
  • 62nd Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry
    62nd Regiment Mounted Infantry completed its organization in September, 1862. The unit was composed of infantry and cavalry until December when the cavalry companies united with other companies to form the 18th Regiment Virginia Partisan Rangers, and at times the 62nd Partisan Rangers, the 62nd Infantry, and Imboden's Partisan Rangers. The command was mounted during the latter part of 1863 and served in Imboden's Brigade. It fought in western Virginia, was active in the Gettysburg Campaign, then participated in various conflicts in the Shenandoah Valley. The regiment took part in Early's operations and disbanded in April, 1865. Its commanders were Colonels John D. Imboden and George H. Smith, Lieutenant Colonels Robert L. Doyle and David B. Lang, and Majors Houston Hall and George W. Imboden.
  • 63rd Regiment, Virginia Infantry (McMahon's)
    63rd Infantry Regiment was organized in May, 1862. It served in Western Virginia, then joined the Army of Tennessee. The unit was assigned to Kelly's, Reynolds', Brown's, and Reynolds' Consolidated, and Palmer's Brigade. It participated in the campaigns of the army from Chickamauga to Atlanta, moved with Hood to Tennessee, and was active in North Carolina. The 63rd lost about one-third of its force in the fight at Chickamauga, and in December, 1863, totalled 303 men and 188 arms. It contained 129 effectives in December, 1864, and on April 9, 1865, merged into the 54th Battalion Virginia Infantry. Few surrendered on April 26. The field officers were Colonels James M. French and John J. McMahon, and Lieutenant Colonels David C. Dunn and Connally H. Lynch.
  • 64th Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry
  • 68th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • Cohoon's Battalion, Virginia Infantry (6th Battalion, North Carolina Infantry)
  • French's Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • Gregory's Company, Virginia Infantry (High Hill Greys)
  • Hutter's Company, Virginia Infantry (Southern Guard)
  • Lyneman's Company, Virginia Infantry (Herbig's)
  • Mileham's Company, Virginia Infantry
  • Montague's Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • Smith's Regiment, Virginia Infantry
  • Tomlin's Battalion, Virginia Infantry
  • Virginia Reserve Infantry Corps
  • Wide Legion
    Organized as a temporary field organization with two companies in June 1861.
    Became 1st Companies A and B, 59th Infantry Regiment, on August 8, 1861.
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