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    Petersburg

    National Battlefield Virginia

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Please note that for each regimental entry the brigade, or battalion, the regiment was a part of is in brackets, followed by the division, and then the corps it belonged to. For example: 1st Delaware Infantry - (3)brigade, 2 division, II corps ; 12th Virginia Infantry - (Mahone's)brigade, Mahone's division, III corps.

To learn more about the actions the regiments took part, go to the Battles page.


Infantry
2nd (-), -, XVIII
June 15-18, 1864

3rd (2), 1, X
June 9, 1864 - Battle of the Old Men and Young Boys

4th (3), 2, X
June 15-18, 1864
July 30, 1864 - The Crater

5th (1), 1, II
June 15-18, 1864
June 22, 1864 - Jerusalem Plank Road
August 25, 1864 - Ream's Station
February 5, 1865 - Hatcher's Run

6th (2), 2, IX
June 15-18, 1864
July 30, 1864 - The Crater
August 18, 1864 - Weldon Railroad
September 30, 1864 - Peebles Farm
October 27, 1864 - Burgess Mill

7th (2), 1, X
June 9, 1864 - Battle of the Old Men and Young Boys
February 5, 1865 - Hatcher's Run
March 25, 1865 - Fort Stedman

9th (2), 2, IX
June 15-18, 1864
July 30, 1864 - The Crater
August 18, 1864 - Weldon Railroad
September 30, 1864 - Peebles Farm
October 27, 1864 - Burgess Mill

10th (2), 1, XVIII
June 15-18, 1864

11th (2), 2, IX
June 15-18, 1864
July 30, 1864 - The Crater
August 18, 1864 - Weldon Railroad
September 30, 1864 - Peebles Farm
October 27, 1864 - Burgess Mill

12th (2), 2, XVIII
June 15-18, 1864

13th (2), 1, XVIII
June 15-18, 1864

18th (3), 1, X


Artillery
1st Light, Company M (Artillery), -, II
June 15-18, 1864
June 22, 1864 - Jerusalem Plank Road
March 31, 1865 - White Oak Road


Cavalry
1st (2), 3, Cavalry

Did You Know?

Confederate Railroads in Virginia

Petersburg, Virginia was linked to Wilmington, North Carolina by the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. Wilmington was the Confederacy's chief destination for Confederate blockade runners loaded with European goods and supplies for citizens and soldiers alike. (Petersburg National Battlefield)