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Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia

Lieutenant General AMBROSE P. HILL, commanding.

Anderson's Division

General Richard H. Anderson, commanding.

Wilcox's Brigade

  • 8th Alabama
  • 9th Alabama
  • 10th Alabama
  • 11th Alabama.
  • 14th Alabama

Mahone's Brigade

  • 6th Virginia
  • 12th Virginia
  • 16th Virginia
  • 41st Virginia
  • 61st Virginia

Wright's Brigade

  • 3d Georgia
  • 22d Georgia
  • 48th Georgia
  • 2d GA Battalion

Perry's Brigade

  • 2d Florida
  • 5th Florida
  • 8th Florida

Posey's Brigade

  • 12th Mississippi
  • 16th Mississippi
  • 19th Mississippi
  • 48th Mississippi

Heth's Division

General Henry H. Heth, commanding.

Archer's Brigade

  • 5th Alabama Battalion
  • 13th Alabama
  • 1st Tennessee
  • 7th Tennessee
  • 14th Tennessee

Walker's Brigade

  • 40th Virginia
  • 47th Virginia
  • 55th Virginia
  • 22d VA Battalion

Davis's Brigade

  • 2d Mississippi
  • 11th Mississippi
  • 42d Mississippi
  • 55th North Carolina

Kirkland's Brigade

  • 11th North Carolina
  • 26th North Carolina
  • 44th North Carolina
  • 47th North Carolina
  • 52d North Carolina

Wilcox's Division

General Cadmus M. Wilcox, commanding.

Lane's Brigade

  • 7th North Carolina
  • 18th North Carolina
  • 28th North Carolina
  • 33d North Carolina
  • 37th North Carolina

McGowan's Brigade

  • 1st South Carolina
  • 12th South Carolina
  • 13th South Carolina
  • 14th South Carolina
  • Orr's Rifles (1st South Carolina Rifles)

Scales' Brigade

  • 13th North Carolina
  • 16th North Carolina
  • 22d North Carolina
  • 34th North Carolina
  • 38th North Carolina

Thomas' Brigade

  • 14th Georgia
  • 35th Georgia.
  • 45th Georgia
  • 49th Georgia

Cooke's Brigade [ unattached ]

General John R. Cooke, commanding.

  • 15th North Carolina
  • 27th North Carolina
  • 46th North Carolina
  • 48th North Carolina

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