Some Volunteer Regiments were organized under direct authority of the new Confederate Government and were never organized as State Troops. In April 1862, the Confederate Congress passed a conscription law and new companies and regiments were organized almost entirely of conscripted (drafted) men This is a list of North Carolina Confederate Civil War units. The list of North Carolina Union Civil War regiments is shown separately. Group portrait of the 60th North Carolina Infantry Regiment at the home of Lieutenant Colonel James Mitchell Ray for their 1889 reunion. From. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records.
1st Confederate Infantry (1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers) 2nd Confederate Infantry. 3rd Confederate Infantry (Marmaduke's 18th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, and additional Tennessee units) 4th Confederate Infantry (1st Regiment, Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi Infantry) 9th Confederate Infantry (5th Confederate Infantry; 5th. By the mid-war, most regiments averaged 300-400 men, with Confederate units slightly smaller on average than their U.S. counterparts. For example, at the pivotal Battle of Chancellorsville, the average U.S. Army infantry regiment's strength was 433 men, versus 409 for Confederate infantry regiments
25th Infantry Regiment [also called Eutaw Regiment] was organized and mustered into Confederate service in July, 1862. It was formed with men of the 11th Battalion who were from Charleston and the middle region of the state This is a list of Missouri Confederate Civil War units, or military units from the state of Missouri which fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.A border state with both southern and northern influences, Missouri attempted to remain neutral when the war began. However, this was unacceptable to the Federal government, and Union military forces moved against the capital to arrest.
list of regiments and battalions in the confederate STATES ARMY 1861-1865. NOTi.-The asterisk (*) opposite the name indicates that it has been taken from what purports to b A typical brigade would consist of between three and five regiments and be led by a brigadier general. Two or more brigades would be organized into a division. Divisions tended to be slightly smaller in the Union army--usually two or three brigades. Confederate divisions could include as many as five or six brigades Regimental Index. Union Regimental Information. Source - A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion by Frederick H. Dyer (Part 3) Compiled by a Civil War Veteran from The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and a variety of other sources, Dyer's Compendium offers the most complete list of organizations mustered by the State and Federal Governments for service in the Union Army The Civil War soldier's home away from home was his regiment. Regiments were often composed of men who had lived in the same neighborhoods and had known each other before the war. In some cases, regiments had a distinctive regional or ethnic character—Irish, German, Italian, Jewish, Indian, or black, among others
Virginia provided the following units to the Virginia Militia and the Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS) during the American Civil War.Despite the state's secession from the Union it would supply them with third most troops from a Southern state (next to Tennessee and North Carolina) along with the newly created West Virginia totaling at 22,000 The following Regiments will be sorted by the page of the selection screen from the Drill Camp map. Confederate units - War of Rights Wiki. Gamepedia. Help . Sign In. Register. Confederate units. From War of Rights Wiki. Jump to: navigation, search. Players can select a historical regiment to serve in Organized with 12 companies as the 12th Infantry Regiment Volunteers at Raleigh, Wake County, on July 11 1861. Companies C and D became Companies A, 28th, and A, 26th Infantry Regiments before the regiment was mustered in. Mustered into Confederate service for 12 months at Raleigh, Wake County, during the summer of 1861 1st Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry (Helms') (Confederate) Organized during the late summer of 1861 and its companies were mustered into Confederate service in October. Because of its difficult service in Kentucky during September and October, 1862, it was reduced to a battalion and assigned to the 3rd Kentucky Cavalry
One sound compilation gives for confederate's 1526 units including regiments, legions, battalions, companies, and batteries. By this count here were included 642 infantry regiments, 137 cavalry regiments, 16 artillery regiments, and 227 batteries. Of course, these figures do not give true numerical strength, any more than they do in federal. This is a List of Civil War regiments from Georgia, many of which were mustered in April 1861. 1 Infantry 2 Cavalry 3 Artillery 4 Legions 5 Other units 6 Artillery 7 Cavalry 8 Infantry 9 See also 10 External links 1st Infantry 1st (Consolidated) Infantry 2nd Infantry 3rd Infantry 4th Infantry 5th Infantry 6th Infantry 7th Infantry 8th Infantry 9th Infantry 10th Infantry 11th Infantry 12th. This is a list of Missouri Civil War Confederate Units, or military units from the state of Missouri which fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.A border state with both southern and northern influences, Missouri attempted to remain neutral when the war began. However, this was unacceptable to the Federal government, and Union military forces moved against the capital to arrest. 2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Confederate) Units of the Confederate States Army by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit. 2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (2nd Mounted Rifles) (Confederate) Organized in May, 1861. Although it was included in the surrender on June 2, 1865 it had previously been disbanded
The Civil War was the first war in American history in which a substantial proportion of the adult male population participated. Almost every American would have known friends, family members, or neighbors who marched off to war, many never to return. The service records of these men, North and South, are contained in the Civil War Soldiers and. Tennesseans in the Civil War: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel. 1964. Mayberry, Robert. Letter to Mary. May 19, 1863. Thirtieth Infantry. Civil War Centennial Commission. Tennesseans in the Civil War: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel. 1964 . Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit. 54th Regiment, Alabama Infantry 54th Infantry Regiment [also called 50th Regiment] was organized in October, 1862, by adding four Alabama companies of Walker's 5th Confederate Regiment to the 4th Confederate Regiment 10th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Confederate) Was assembled at Harper's Ferry during the late spring of 1861. Four companies of the 4th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, a militia unit, were united with other volunteer companies to make up the regiment. An eleventh company was added to the command in April, 1862 Tennesseans in the Civil War: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel. 1964. Mayberry, Robert. Letter to Mary. May 19, 1863. Thirtieth Infantry. Civil War Centennial Commission. Tennesseans in the Civil War: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel. 1964
. 1st Regiment Militia. 1st Battalion Home Guards. 1st Regiment Junior Reserves. 1st Battalion Junior Reserves. 2nd Regiment Infantry. 2nd Battalion Infantry. 2nd Regiment Militia Gordon's Regiment Cavalry. Gunter's Battalion Cavalry. Harrell's Battalion Cavalry. Hindman's Regiment Cavalry. Hooker's Company Mounted Volunteers (30 days, 1861) Independent Arkansas Cavalry. Jackman's Regiment Cavalry. Leve's Regiment Cavalry. Logan's Regiment Cavalry
Confederate Cavalry Units. Taken from Tennesseans in the Civil War, this section gives a descriptive history of the Tennessee Confederate Cavalry Units. Captain D. F. Alexander's Independent Cavalry Company. Captain Robert D. Anderson's Cavalry Company. Captain J. W. Clark's Independent Cavalry Company Ohio. Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 7th Regiment, USA. Pennsylvania. 53rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, USA. 71st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, USA. South Carolina. Kershaw's Brigade (Army of Northern Virginia, CSA) 1st South Carolina (Martin's) Mounted Militia, CSA This is because there are over 30 First Georgia Units. Tracking Georgia Confederates is no easier. It is possible for a single soldier to have served in multiple regiments and battalions. I created this site to help researchers trying to understand the organization of Georgia Confederate Units
Superb Confederate letter. Invites further research inasmuch as Lowry mentions numerous names, any one of which may provide a clue as to his and other confederate regiments present at Petersburg during the 1864 siege.. In protective sleeve. [JP] [ph:L] ~~~~ This regiment was one of the first organized in northern West Virginia, April-June 1861, and was under the command of Col. George Porterfield. Half of the regiment was lost when it was surrendered by Lt.-Col. John. Pegram after the battle at Rich Mountain. The 9th Battalion and a company
Confederate State Rangers. Debbie Carpenter. 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery. 1st La Heavy Artillery Regiment. Aug 1998. Jon Crane. 5th La Cavalry Regiment. Morehouse Parish Soldiers. Oct 1998 This is a list of Kentucky Civil War Confederate Units. 1 Infantry 2 Cavalry 2.1 Mounted Rifles 2.2 Mounted Infantry 2.3 Partisan Rangers 3 Artillery 3.1 Horse Artillery 3.2 Artillery 4 Brigades 5 See also 1st Infantry Battalion (Taylor's) 1st Infantry Regiment 2nd Infantry Regiment 3rd Infantry.. The Uniforms of the Confederate States military forces were the uniforms used by the Confederate Army and Navy during the American Civil War, from 1861 to 1865. The uniform initially varied greatly due to a variety of reasons, such as location, limitations on the supply of cloth and other materials, State regulations that were different from the standard regulations, and the cost of materials. On July 18, 1863, the 54th Massachusetts stormed Fort Wagner, which guarded the Port of Charleston, in South Carolina. It was the first time in the Civil War that Black troops led an infantry.
The regiment got it's name for its gallant and inexorable advance against Confederate forces during combat at Turner's Gap, a prelude to the bloody fighting at Antietam. But in addition to having a well earned reputation as hard-asses, the brigade had another moniker as well - The Black Hat Brigade (or sometimes just The Black. The 10th, along with her sister regiment the 9th Mississippi Infantry, were accepted into Confederate service in April 1861, becoming the first units from the state to do so. In late February 1862, the 10th Mississippi was ordered to Corinth, Mississippi, where i . They provide details on the organization and achievements of a particular unit, often focusing on wartime activities. This finding aid focuses on Civil War regimental histories located in the Library's general collections and is arranged by Union and Confederate state units
1st Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry (Helms') 1st Cavalry Regiment was organized during the late summer of 1861 and its companies were mustered into Confederate service in October. It served in the Central Army of Kentucky and the Department of East Tennessee and fought in various engagements in Kentucky and Tennessee 109.9.4 Records of Confederate mobile units. Textual Records: Company books, registers of sick and wounded, clothing account books, rosters, quartermaster records, order books, letter books, descriptive lists, and other records of regiments, battalions, and companies of the Confederate Army raised in the states of AL, AR, GA, KY, LA, MS, MO,. Civil War Rosters (hosted at Tennessee State Library and Archives) Confederate Army. Following (hosted at Couch GenWeb) Adams' Regiment Arkansas Infantry. Borland Regiment. Battle of Mark s Mill. Crawford's Arkansas Infantry Battalion. First Battalion Arkansas Infantry. 1st Arkansas Infantry Rolls show that Co. A to F of the regiment were ordered into the. service of the Confederate States on Sept. 10, 1861 by Brig. Gen. James Boggs, and. the companies enlisted a few days later for six months; reported as serving in the 18th. Brigade, Third Division, during this period. Many of the members are found to have Confederate regiments were organized in generally the same manner as the Federal, although some had battalions (e.g., the 55th Ala.) and the 7th Ala. had two cavalry companies initially. In the Union Army an infantry company had a maximum authorized strength of 101 officers and men, and a minimum strength of 83. The company was allowed to.
. The Irish infantry brigade regiments consisted mostly of Irish Americans and recent immigrants from Ireland who had served in the Union Army in the American Civil War. The 69th NY Infantry or Fighting 69th Irish brigade regiment continued in later wars It sustained 116 casualties at Murfreesboro, 132 at Chickamauga, and 189 at Chattanooga. For a time it was consolidated with the 27th Regiment and in December, 1863, totalled 491 men and 354 arms. At Resaca the unit lost 24 killed and 28 wounded, and at Ezra Church the 24th/27th had 11 killed and 67 wounded and missing of the 430 engaged
TEXAS . Texas General Information. Texas Cities/Counties [Civil War muster rolls, genealogical, and other information, recorded in the TX GenWeb]Texas Regimental Field Officers [Name and unit]Texas Regimental Nicknames [Local designations]Texas Artillery Units. 1st Heavy Artillery (28 Apr 62-26 May 65 Alabama. Alabama Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls. Baldwin County. Historic Blakely State Park. Siege of Fort Blakeley, Alabama. Fort Blakeley, AL -The Last Battle of the Civil War. Military Units Participating in 1865 Mobile Campaign. The Mobile Campaign, Battle of Fort Blakely and Spanish Fort. Hawkins' Division of 6,000 Black Troops Alabama Regiments and Batteries in Virginia. Confederate Regiments & Batteries. Infantry Regiments. 3rd • 4th • 5th • 6th • 8th • 9th • 10th • 11th • 12th • 13th. 14th • 15th • 26th • 43rd • 44th • 47th • 48th • 61st. Infantry Battalion. 5t The Confederate unit history narratives are taken from Units of the Confederate States Army by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. BATTLE HISTORIES. The unit histories are linked to summaries of the 384 most significant Civil War battles compiled as part of a report to Congress in 1993 by the Civil War Sites Advisory Committee
21st Mississippi Infantry Regiment. Confederate Regiments & Batteries > Mississippi. 1861. October. Organized at Manassas from 1st Mississippi Infantry Battalion and mustered into Confederate service under Colonel William L. Brandon. 1862. April. The regiment mustered 684 men when it was reorganized. June 25-July 1 .S. Army and another 19,000 served in the Navy. Nearly 40,000 black soldiers died over the course of the war—30,000 of infection or disease. Black soldiers served in artillery and infantry and performed all noncombat support functions. This is the second preview for the coming update of the American Civil War Mod: Revived. In this article we will reveal six new Confederate regiments, discuss their history, and how they look and perform in the mod. Posted by King85 on Sep 8th, 202 Flags of the Confederate States Navy. Confederate Flags at Sea. Department of the Treasury: Revenue Service Ensign . Flags of the Confederate States Armed Forces: Starting in late November, 1861, the new battle flags were then presented to the Confederate units at Centreville and into December for other units in nearby parts of Northern Virginia
Guide to Missouri Confederate Units, 1861-1865 (The Civil War in the West) [McGhee, James E.] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Guide to Missouri Confederate Units, 1861-1865 (The Civil War in the West The State Archives holds Civil War regimental records only for Pennsylvania units, including those regiments of U.S. Colored Troops formed in the Commonwealth. Muster rolls, descriptive rolls, deserter lists, orders and correspondence are available for most units. Civil War Muster Rolls and Related records, 1862-1864. Opens In A New Window
Captain Burt's Independent Company, Dixie Guards. Camp of Instruction Guards, Brookhaven and Enterprise. Captain Berry's Reserve Company, Merwin Guards) Captain Clayton's Company, Jasper Defenders. Captain Comfort's Company. Captain Condrey's Company, Blue Mountain Invincible. Captain Cooper's Company 11th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry - Casualty List. Roster of the Twenty Second Regiment , Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Union Army. 30th Kentucky Mounted Infantry , Union Army. 37th Kentucky Mounted Infantry Regiment , Union Army. 3rd Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry Regiment Muster Roster Civil War in Arkansas [Confederate unit information] Arkansas Artillery. Woodruff's (Marshall's) Light Artillery [Muster roll] Arkansas Cavalry. Davie's Battalion, Cavalry [Brief notes, muster roll] Gipson's Battalion, Cavalry [Brief notes, partial muster roll] McGehee's Regiment, Cavalry [Muster roll] Nave's Battalion, Cavalry [Muster roll Units and Unit Histories. An ordinance passed by the Secession Convention on 17 April 1861 called into service volunteers to be organized into regiments, brigades, and divisions. On June 6, 1861, Governor John Letcher issued a proclamation transferring all the volunteer forces in Virginia to the Confederate States of America Confederate Units-Artillery. Capt. Stephen Adam's Battery Virginia Light Artillery (Raleigh) a.k.a. Gauley Artillery This company enlisted on June 22, 1861, and was captured at Fort Donelson, TN, Feb. 16, 1862. After its exchange the company was reorganized Aug. 24, 1862, and was assigned.
A website developed for persons researching Ohio's Civil War soldiers and regiments. Histories and extensive bibliographies for all Ohio Units Another regiment was formed by Ross's rival, Stand Watie. The Watie regiment was largely por-Confederate, whereas many of Drew's soldiers, though fighting for the Confederate cause, were secretly members of a pro-Union, antislavery society known as the Keetoowahs CIVIL WAR: WEST VIRGINIA - Union Lives Lost: Civil War Letters of Lt. Milton B. Campbell: MAJOR GEORGE C. TRIMBLE - A Soldier's Life Revisited: Carlin's Battery D - 1st W. Va. Lt. Art'y Website : IN MY COLLECTION: Captain Andrew Grubb, 5th W. Va. Cavalry: Wheeling's Harrison Family In The Civil War: Uriah W. Halsted, - Killed in Battl This Chart shows more examples of the hundreds of different Unit flags used by the Northern Armies during the Civil War. By no means is inconclusive of all the flags, colours, and standards that survive or once existed
About U.S., American Civil War Regiments, 1861-1866 The American Civil War Research Database is an historic effort to compile and link all available records of common soldiers in the Civil War. This database makes it easier than ever before to find information on ancestors who fought in the Civil War Georgia-Native American Units. Kentucky-Mississippi. Missouri-South Carolina. Tennessee. Texas. Virginia-West Virginia. You may also visit Union Army Regimental Histories, or Civil War Naval Forces. Assistance in posting new regimental histories, or advice of non-working links is appreciated. Email email@example.com These regiments, with later additions, remained in Bell's Brigade until the end. The regiment was with General Forrest in his running battle with the force under Major General William Sooy Smith, which ended in the latter's total defeat in the Battle of Tishomingo Creek, or Brice's Crossroads, February 20-21-22, 1864
The regiment was also one of the many Union regiments at the forefront of the Union leadership's changing policy toward the Confederate populace and war making industry. In this role the regiment witnessed the impact of President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation The first chapter examines the patterns of desertion both across the state and in Virginia's infantry, cavalry, and artillery regiments. This chapter has three specific aims. First, calculates how many soldiers deserted from Virginia's Confederate units during the Civil War The units listed below are just a few of the Confederate Units being researched by the men of SCV Camp 1399. Most roster data below is from Lillian Henderson's work, Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865 and Joseph H. Crute, Jr.'s Units of the Confederate States Army, Confederate staff officers, 1861-1865 Consisted of 2-4 divisions (commonly 3) Union army corps commanded by a major general. Confederate army corps commanded by a lieutenant general. Confederate army division size similar to that of Union army corps. Corps not adopted by Confederate army until after Maryland campaign/Battle of Antietam
When the Confederate capitol, Richmond, fell to Union forces in early April 1865, soldiers from Companies C and G of the 29th were among the first to enter the city. When the war ended, the 29th went to Texas, where the regiment remained on duty until mustered out of service on October 24 Most of the papers relate to Orsell C. Brown's service in the Quartermasters Department of the 44th New York Volunteers, Regiment of Infantry, during the Civil War, 1861-1865. This regiment was known as Ellsworth's Avengers and saw action at Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Petersburg Enlarge Engineers of the 8th New York State Militia in front of a tent, 1861. Local Identifier: 111-B-499. National Archives Identifier: 524918. View in National Archives Catalog Introduction The Civil War was the first large and prolonged conflict recorded by photography. During the war, dozens of photographers--both as private individuals and as employees of the Confederate The Compendium of Civil War Regiments by Sifakis identifies 171 units, but my list below shows 191 units. I believe this number is pretty accurate. From the State of South Carolina, the following units were formed for service in the Civil War: 33 regiments, and 2 battalions of infantry 7 regiments and 1 battalion of cavalr Calvin Shedd letters. Acadians in Gray POWs. Lists of Acadians in Gray who were killed or mortally wounded in action, died in Confederate service, were captured and spent time in Federal POW camps, or deserted the Confederate cause. Ohio Prisoners at Andersonville, Ga., and Salisbury, N.C., Prisons, 1864. A - B C - F G - I K - M N - S T - W
About 2.75 million soldiers fought in the Civil War — 2 million for the North and 750,000 for the South. The Average Soldier. According to historian Bell I. Wiley, who pioneered the study of the Civil War common soldier, the average Yank or Reb was a 'white, native-born, farmer, protestant, single, between 18 and 29.' Yeah, the Irish Brigade definitely deserves a place on the Civil War's most lauded units list, if only for the casualties they suffered. They lost 4,000 men killed and wounded in their four years of service. At Antietam they lost 650 men (out of 1,400), and Fredericksburg, 450 (out of 1,200) Thomas' Legion, also known as Thomas' Legion of Indians and Highlanders, was the largest single military unit raised in North Carolina during the American Civil War (1861-1865).The legion consisted of infantry, cavalry, artillery, an Indian battalion, and it fired the Last Shot of the Civil War east of the Mississippi