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INFANTRY

1st Battalion, Confederate Infantry (Forney's)
(Formed from re-enlistees of:
2nd Regiment, Alabama Infantry (12 Months, 1861-1862) &
Harman's Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.)

9th Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(AKA: 5th Regiment, Confederate Infantry &
5th Confederate Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.
Formerly: 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Walker's) &
21st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.
Subsequently: Company I, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Consolidated).)

1st Regiment, Chickasaw Infantry
(AKA: Hunter's Regiment, Indian Volunteers.)

Bailey's Regiment, Confederate Infantry (Consolidated)
(Temporary consolidation of: 49th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry,
55th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Brown's) &
7th Regiment, Texas Infantry.)

1st Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(AKA: 1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers.
Formerly: 36th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Villepigue's).)

Brooks' Battalion, Confederate Regular Infantry
("Galvanized" Union prisoners from Florence Stockade, Florence District, SC.)

2nd Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(Formerly: 25th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry.
Subsequently: Companies A, B & D, 1st Battalion, Mississippi Sharpshooters,
Companies A & D, 55th Regiment, Alabama Infantry,
Company K, 7th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry,
Company E, 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Artillery,
(2nd) Company C, 1st Regiment, Missouri Infantry &
(2nd) Company I, 9th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry.)

Lt. Haskell's Company, Confederate Infantry
(Early war recruits stationed at San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX.)

3rd Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(Formerly: (1st) Company K, 15th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry,
1st Battalion, Arkansas Infantry (Marmaduke's) &
18th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Marmaduke's).
Subsequently: (Part of) 1st Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Consolidated).)

Stirman's Regiment, Confederate Sharpshooters
(Temporary consolidation of: 1st Battalion, Arkansas Cavalry (Brooks'-Stirman's) &
Bridge's Battalion, Arkansas Sharpshooters.)

4th Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(AKA: 1st Regiment, Alabama, Tennessee & Mississippi Infantry.
Subsequently: (2nd) Companies A, C, D & I, 42nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry &
Companies C-H, 54th Regiment, Alabama Infantry.)

Tucker's Regiment, Confederate Infantry
(AKA: "1st Foreign Battalion" / "1st Foreign Legion".
"Galvanized " foreign born Union prisoners from prisons in
Richmond, VA, Salisbury Military Prison, Rowan Co., NC &
Florence Stockade, Florence District, SC.
)

8th Battalion, Confederate Infantry
(AKA: "2nd Foreign Battalion" / "2nd Foreign Legion".
"Galvanized" foreign born Union prisoners from
Salisbury Military Prison, Rowan Co., NC.
)

Capt. Wilkins' Company, Choctaw Infantry

CAVALRY

1st Battalion, Trans-Mississippi Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: 1st Battalion, Arkansas & Louisiana Cavalry.)

8th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Dearing's)
(Formerly: Companies A-C, 12th Battalion, North Carolina Cavalry,
Company L, 62nd Regiment, Georgia Cavalry,
Companies F & I, 7th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry &
Capt. Edward Graham's Company, Virginia Horse Artillery.
Subsequently: Companies I & K, 4th Regiment, North Carolina Cavalry,
Company G, 16th Battalion, North Carolina Cavalry,
Companies I & K, 24th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry,
Companies F & I, 7th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry,
(2nd) Company E, 10th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry &
Capt. Edward Graham's Company, Virginia Horse Artillery.)

1st Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Rifles (Drew's)

8th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Wade's)
(AKA: 2nd Regiment, Mississippi & Alabama Cavalry.
Formerly: Bell's Battalion, Alabama Cavalry,
Brewer's Battalion, Alabama Cavalry &
4th Battalion, Mississippi Cavalry (Baskerville's).)

1st Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Watie's)
(AKA: 2nd Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Rifles.)

10th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(Formerly: 5th Battalion (Cavalry), Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers &
19th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry.)

1st Regiment, Choctaw & Chickasaw Mounted Rifles
(Also called Cavalry, Riflemen, and Volunteers.)

14th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(Formerly: Cavalry Battalion, Miles' Legion, Louisana Volunteers,
Capt. Mullins' Company, Louisiana Scouts & Sharpshooters,
Garland's Battalion, Mississippi Cavalry &
Capt. Rhodes' Company, Mississippi Cavalry (Partisan Rangers).
Subsequently: Companies A, C, E & I, Ogden's Regiment, Louisiana Cavalry &
Companies C & H, 3rd, 14th & 38th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry (Consolidated).)

1st Regiment, Choctaw Mounted Rifles
(AKA: 1st Choctaw War Regiment.
Formerly: 1st Battalion, Choctaw Cavalry (Battice's).)

15th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: 1st Regiment, Alabama & Florida Cavalry.
Formerly: Murphy's Battalion, Alabama Cavalry,
Capt. Arrington's Company A, Mobile City Troop,
Capt. Barlow's Company, Alabama Cavalry,
3rd Battalion, Florida Cavalry (Meyer's) &
Capt. Smith's Company, Florida Cavalry.)

1st Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: 6th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Claiborne's).
Formerly: 1st Battalion, Kentucky Cavalry (King's) &
Companies A & D, 4th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Murray's).)

20th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Lay's)
(AKA: Lay's Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry.)

1st Regiment, Confederate Regular Cavalry
(Escort for Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn & Brig. Gen. Frank Crawford Armstrong.)

Baxter's Battalion, Confederate Cavalry
(Subsequently: Company H, 10th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry,
Company A, Forrest's Regiment, Alabama Cavalry,
Companies A & C, 11th Alabama Cavalry.)

1st Regiment, Creek Mounted Volunteers
(AKA: 1st Regiment, Creek Mounted Rifles,
Creek Regiment, Mounted Indian Volunteers &
2nd Regiment, Arkansas Creeks.)

Burroughs' Battalion, Partisan Rangers
(AKA: "Princess Anne Partisan Rangers".)

1st Regiment, Seminole Mounted Volunteers
(Formerly: 1st Battalion, Seminole Mounted Volunteers.)

Clarkson's Battalion, Confederate Cavalry (Independent Rangers)
(Subsequently: 1st Battalion, Missouri Cavalry, 1st Indian Brigade &
Companies D, E, G & I, Clark's Regiment, Missouri Infantry.)

1st Squadron, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Holt's)

Gillum's Regiment, Confederate Mounted Infantry (Mounted Riflemen)
(Recruits raised from Union occupied areas of
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi & Tennessee.
)

2nd Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Adair's)
(AKA: 2nd Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Rifles.
Formerly: 1st Battalion, Cherokee Partisan Rangers (Bryan's).)

Mead's Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: "Mead's Partisan Rangers".
Subsequently: 25th Battalion, Alabama Cavalry &
27th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry.)

2nd Regiment, Creek Mounted Volunteers
(Formerly: 1st Battalion, Creek Cavalry.)

Murchison's Battalion, Confederate Cavalry

3rd Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Howard's)
(AKA: 11th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry &
13th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry.
Formerly: 11th Battalion, Alabama Cavalry (Estes') &
(Re-enlistees of) Capt. Thomason's Company,
2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Smith's).)

Powers' Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: Powers' Regiment, Mississippi & Louisiana Cavalry.
Subsequently: 18th Battalion, Louisiana Cavalry &
23rd Battalion, Mississippi Cavalry (Terry's).)

6th Battalion, Confederate Cavalry
(Formerly: Jessee's Battalion, Kentucky Mounted Riflemen &
MacFarlane's Squadron, Virginia Cavalry.
Subsequently: Companies E & F transferred and
became Companies I & H, 34th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry.)

Capt. Raum's Company, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: "Warren Dragoons".
Formerly: (1st) Company G, 1st Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry (Adams'-Wood's).
Permanently detached, ca. April 1862, and functioned as
escort for Lt. Gen. William Joseph Hardee.
)

7th Battalion, Confederate Cavalry (Prentice's)

Shecoe's Chickasaw Battalion, Mounted Volunteers
(Formerly: 1st Battalion, Chickasaw Cavalry.)

7th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: Claiborne's Regiment, Partisan Rangers.
Subsequently: Companies G & F, 8th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry (Dearing's),
Companies A, E, K & I, 10th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry &
Companies B-F, 16th Battalion, North Carolina Cavalry.)

Washington's Squadron of Indians, C.S.A.
(AKA:Reserve Squadron of Cavalry.
Served in Col. Roswell W. Lee's command on
Northwest Frontier of Indian Territory.
)

Wood's Regiment, Confederate Cavalry
(AKA: 1st Mississippi Cavalry (Adams'-Wood's))

ARTILLERY

1st Regular Battery, Confederate Light Artillery (Semmes'-Barnes')
(AKA: 1st Regular Battery, Louisiana Artillery.
Formerly: Recruits of Infantry School of Practice, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA.
Subsequently: Company A, 3rd Battalion, Field Artillery (Mounted).)

Martin's Battalion, Confederate Reserve Artillery (November 1863-April 1865)
(Embraced: Capt. Howell's Company, Georgia Light Artillery,
Capt. H.M. Bledsoe's Company, Missouri Light Artillery,
Capt. Ferguson's Company, South Carolina Light Artillery,
Capt. Cobb's Company, Kentucky Light Artillery &
Capt. Swett's Company, Mississippi Light Artillery.
Detached from the main body of Army of Tennessee following the fall of Atlanta
and left in reserve at Macon, Cobb Co., GA for the balance of the war.
)

Braxton's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(AKA: Battalion C, II Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
Formerly: Latimer's Battalion, Confederate Artillery &
Andrews' Battalion, Confederate Artillery.)

McIntosh's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(AKA: Battalion C, Reserve Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
Embraced: Capt. Hurt's Battery, Alabama Light Artillery,
Capt. Clutter's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Donald's Company, Virginia Light Artillery &
Capt. B.F. Price's Company, Virginia Light Artillery.)

Courtney's Battalion, Confederate Artillery

McLaughlin's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
Embraced: Capt. Lowry's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Bryan's Company, Virginia Artillery &
Capt. G.B. Chapman's Company, Virginia Light Artillery.)

Cunningham's Battalion, Confederate Artillery

Montague's Battalion, Confederate Heavy Artillery
(AKA: 4th Battalion, Confederate Heavy Artillery.
Formerly: Page's Battalion, Confederate Heavy Artillery.
Subsequently: 34th Regiment, Virginia Infantry.)

Cutshaw's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(Formerly: Jones' Battalion, Confederate Artillery &
Page's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.
The latter was merged with this command in early 1865.)

Nelson's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(AKA: 31st Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery &
3rd Battalion Reserve Artillery.
Embraced: Capt. Kirkpatrick's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Nelson's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Carrington's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Parker's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. (R.C.M.) Page's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Montgomery's),
Capt. Huckstep's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Ancell's Company, Virginia Light Artillery
Capt. (J.L.) Massie's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Snead's),
Capt. Marmaduke Johnson's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Clutter's) &
Capt. Milledge's Company, Georgia Light Artillery.)

Capt. Davis' Company, Confederate Light Artillery

Maj. R.C.M. Page's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(AKA: Carter's Battalion, Confederate Artillery &
Braxton's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.
Subsequently: Merged into Cutshaw's Battalion,
Confederate Artillery in early 1865.

DeGournay's Battalion, Confederate Heavy Artillery
(AKA: 12th Battalion, Louisiana Heavy Artillery.)

Palmer's Battalion, Confederate Artillery
(Formerly: 1st Battalion, Reserve Artillery, Army of Tennessee (Robertson's).)

Capt. Dent's Battery, Light Artillery, C.S.A.
(Formerly: Capt. Robertson's Company, Alabama Light Artillery.)

Poague's Battalion, Confederate Artillery

Haskell's Battalion, Confederate Artillery (September 1863-April 1865)
(Formerly: Henry's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.
Embraced: Capt. Latham's Company, North Carolina Artillery (Potts'-Flanner's)
(Formerly: (1st) Company H, 3rd Regiment, North Carolina Artilllery (40th NCST))
Subsequently: Company F, 13th Battalion, North Carolina Light Artillery),
Capt. Reilly's Company, North Carolina Artillery (Ramsay's)
(AKA: Company D, 1st Regiment, North Carolina Artillery (10th NCST)),
Capt. Garden's Company, South Carolina Light Artillery &
Capt. Lamkin's Company, Virginia Light Artillery

Richardson's Battalion, Confederate Light Artillery
(AKA: Battalion A, I Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
Formerly: Garnett's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.)

Huger's Battalion, Confederate Artillery (November 1863-April 1865)
(Formerly: E.P. Alexander's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.
Embraced: Capt. J.D. Smith's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Moody's Company, Louisiana Artillery,
Capt. Woolfolk's Company, Virginia Light Artillery,
Capt. Parker's Company, Virginia Light Artillery
Capt. Taylor's Company, Virginia Light Artillery &
Capt. Fickling's Company, South Carolina Artillery.)

Maj. F.W. Smith's Battalion, Confederate Heavy Artillery

Lewis' Battalion, Confederate Artillery (December 1861)
(Embraced: Capt. Jordan's Company, Virginia Light Artillery
(Subsequently:Capt. J.D. Smith's Company, Virginia Light Artillery),
Capt. Wm. Allen's Company, Virginia Artillery
(Previously: Company E, 1st Regiment, Virginia Artillery
Subsequently: Company D, 10th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery) &
Capt. Rambaut's Company, Virginia Artillery
(Subsequently: Company C, 18th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery).)

Stark's Battalion, Confederate Light Artillery
(AKA: Battalion B, I Corps Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia.
Formerly: Rosser's Battalion, Confederate Artillery.)

Capt. Marshall's Company, Confederate Artillery
(AKA: "Brown Horse Artillery".
A temporary organization created for the purpose of
manning guns that had been captured in the Battle of
Richmond, Madison Co., KY (29-30 August 1862).
)

Stuart's Horse Artillery

Capt. White's Battery, Horse Artillery
(Served in Wharton's & Forrest's Cavalry Brigade,
and Hamilton's Battalion, Wheeler's Cavalry Corps.
)

MISCELLANEOUS / MILITIA

1st Osage Battalion, C.S.A.
(Served in Col. Roswell W. Lee's command on
Northwest Frontier of Indian Territory.
)

Fort's Scouts, C.S.A.

1st Regiment, Confederate Engineer Troops

Infantry School of Practice
(Established in early 1861 at Baton Rouge Barracks, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA.
Most recruits subsequently served in other commands.
)

2nd Regiment, Confederate Engineer Troops

Invalid Corps, C.S.A.

3rd Regiment, Confederate Engineer Troops
(Formerly: Presstman's Battalion, Confederate Engineer Troops.)

Jackson's Company, C.S.A.

4th Regiment, Confederate Engineer Troops
(Formerly: 1st Battalion, Confederate Engineer Troops.)

Capt. Lillard's Company, Independent Scouts & Rangers
(AKA: "Nelson Rangers & Scouts".)

Bands, C.S.A.
(Including: Brigade Brass Band, 2nd Brigade, Price's Division, District of Arkansas,
Brigade Band, Finegan's Brigade, Florida Volunteers,
Florida Brigade Band,
Brigade Band, Brig. Gen. B.R. Johnson's Brigade,
Brass Band, Vaughn's Brigade &
Post Band, Camp Lee, VA.)

Lyon's Escort, Forrest's Cavalry, C.S.A.

Bell's Battalion, C.S.A.

Capt. Madison's Company, Mounted Spies & Guides (Phillips')

Blake's Scouts, C.S.A.

Martin's Escort, C.S.A.

Bradford's Corps, Scouts & Guards
(AKA: "Bradford's Battalion")

Capt. McDaniel's Company, Secret Service, C.S.A.

Brush Battalion, C.S.A.

Miscellaneous Indian Records, C.S.A.

Cherokee Regiment (Special Service)
(Formerly:1st Cherokee Battalion (Bryan's).)

Miscellaneous Records, C.S.A.

Lt. Click's Company, Ordnance Scouts & Guards, C.S.A.

Nitre & Mining Bureau, War Department, C.S.A.

Lt. Cunningham's Ordnance Detachment (Cuyler's)

Lt. W.B. Ochiltree's Detachment of Recruits
(Formerly: Lt. D.H. Todd's Detachment of Recruits.)

Capt. Davis' Company of Guides, C.S.A.

President's Guard, C.S.A.
(AKA: Lt. Lawson's Guard, Capt. Huckstep's Guard,
Lt. Dickinson's Company, President's Guard &
Capt. Coe's Company, President's Guard.
Formed in February 1864, from detailed disabled soldiers,
for purposes of guarding the Executive Mansion in Richmond, VA.
)

Deneale's Regiment, Choctaw Warriors
(AKA: Deneale's Confederate Volunteers.
Formerly:Deneale's Battalion, Choctaw Warriors.)

Sappers & Miners, C.S.A.

Engineers, C.S.A.

Signal Corps, C.S.A.

Exchanged Battalion, C.S.A
(AKA:"Trans-Mississippi Battalion" / "Western Battalion"
Temporary command of exchanged and paroled prisoners belonging
to units serving in Trans-Mississippi Department. Most re-enlisted in
other units or returned to their previous assignments.
)

Wheeler's Scouts, C.S.A. (Hawkins'-Carter's)
(AKA: 1st Tennessee Mounted Scouts)

Forrest's Scouts, C.S.A.
(Companies under Capt. Joseph T. Cobb, Capt. Thomas W. Elliott,
Capt. Addison Harvey, Capt. Thomas Henderson, Capt. Thomas N. Kizer &
Capt. Sanders, which served as scouts for
Maj. Gen. (later Lt. Gen.) Nathan Bedford Forrest.
)

Lt. Young's (5th) Company, Retributors
(Primarily comprised of escaped prisoners.
Made raid on St. Albans, Franklin Co., VT, 19 October 1864.
)

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