• Fredericksburg Battlefield: Sunken Road, Stone Wall and Innis House sunrise

    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?

Fredericksburg National Cemetery Headstone

About 85% of the dead in the Fredericksburg National Cemetery are unknown. Most of the dead are from the Civil War, but about 100 are 20th century American soldiers and there are a few spouses of soldiers.