• Sunken Road, Stone Wall and Innis House

    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

Wildreness Order of Battle: Confederate First Corps

Army of Northern Virginia:
General Robert E. Lee, Commanding

First Army Corps:
Lieutenant General James Longstreet

Kershaw’s Division:
Brigadier General Joseph Kershaw

Kershaw's Brigade:
Colonel John W. Henagan

2nd South Carolina:
Lieutenant Colonel Franklin Gaillard
3rd
South Carolina:
Colonel James D. Nance
7th
South Carolina:
Captain James Mitchell
8th
South Carolina:
Lieutenant Colonel Eli T. Stackhouse
15th
South Carolina:
Colonel John B. Davis
3rd
South CarolinaBattalion:
Captain B. M. Whitener

Wofford's Brigade:
Brigadier General William Wofford

16th Georgia
18th Georgia
24th Georgia
Cobb's (
Georgia) Legion
Phillips (
Georgia) Legion
3rd Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters

Humphreys' Brigade:
Brigadier General Benjamin Humphreys

13th Mississippi:
Major George Donald
17th Mississippi
18th
Mississippi:
Captain William H. Lewis
21st
Mississippi:
Colonel D. N. Moody

Bryan's Brigade:
Brigadier General Goode Bryan

10th Georgia:
Colonel Willis Holt
50th
Georgia:
Colonel Peter McGlashan
51st
Georgia:
Colonel Edward Ball
53d
Georgia:
Colonel James Simms

Field’s Division:
Major General Charles Field

Jenkins' Brigade:
Brigadier General Micah Jenkins

1st South Carolina:
Colonel James R. Hagood
2nd
South Carolina(Rifles):
Colonel Robert E. Bowen
5th
South Carolina:
Colonel A. Coward
6th
South Carolina:
Colonel John Bratton
Palmetto (
South Carolina) Sharpshooters:
Colonel Joseph Walker

Law's Brigade:
Brigadier General Evander Law

4th Alabama:
Colonel Pinckney Bowles
15th
Alabama
44th
Alabama:
Colonel William Perry
47th Alabama
48th
Alabama:
Lieutenant Colonel William Hardwick

Anderson's Brigade:
Brigadier General George T. Anderson

7th Georgia
8th Georgia
9th
Georgia
11th Georgia
59th Georgia:
Lieutenant Colonel Bolivar Gee

Gregg's Brigade (Texas Brigade):
Brigadier General John Gregg

3rd Arkansas:
Colonel Van Manning
1st
Texas
4th
Texas:
Colonel John Bane
5th
Texas
Lieutenant Colonel King Bryan

Benning's Brigade
Brigadier General Henry (Rock) Benning

2nd Georgia
15th Georgia:
Colonel Dudley Du Bose
17th
Georgia
20th
Georgia

First Corps Artillery:
Brigadier General Edward PORTER ALEXANDER

Huger's Battalion:
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Huger

Fickling's (South Carolina) Battery
Moody's (Louisiana) Battery
Parker's (Virginia) Battery
Smith's, J. D. (Virginia), Battery
Taylor's (Virginia) Battery
Woolfolk's (Virginia) Battery

Haskell's Battalion:
Major John Haskell

Flanner's (North Carolina) Battery
Garden's (South Carolina) Battery
Lamkin's (Virginia) Battery
Ramsay's (North Carolina) Battery

Cabell's Battalion:
Colonel Henry Cabell

Callaway's (Georgia) Battery
Carlton's (Georgia) Battery
McCarthy's (
Virginia.) Battery
Manly's (
North Carolina) Battery


Orders of Battle Page

Confederate 2nd Corps
Confederate 3rd Corps
Confederate Cavalry Corps

Did You Know?

Sketch depicting fighting at Spotsylvania's Muleshoe

If looked on as one campaign, the fighting at Wilderness and Spotsylvania resulted in more American casualties than any other campaign in history: 60,000 killed, wounded, or missing.