CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA TROOPS
60th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (3rd Regiment, Wise Legion)
60th Infantry Regiment [also called 3rd Regient, Wise Legion] was organized in August,
1861. The unit served in Field's, McCausland's, and T. Smith's Brigade. It fought in the Seven
Days' Battles and reported 31 killed and 173 wounded. Later it was attached to the Department
of Western Virginia and East Tennessee and participated in numerous conflicts including the fight
at Piedmont. The 60th took part
in Early's operations in the Shenandoah Valley and fought its last battle at Waynesborough. During mid-April, 1865, it
disbanded. The field officers were Colonels Beuhring H. Jones and William H. Starke; Lieutenant
Colonels James L. Corley, William A. Gilliam, George W. Hammond, J.W. Spaulding, John C.
Summers, and W.A. Swank; and Majors William S. Rowan, James W. Sweeney, and Jacob N.
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