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Organization of the army of the Valley District August 20, 1864.1

[compiled by war record's Office.]

Rodes' division.2

Major-General R. E. Rodes.

Grimes' brigade.

Brigadier-General Bryan Grimes.

Thirty-second North Carolina.

Forty-third North Carolina.

Forty-fifth North Carolina.

Fifty-third North Carolina.

Second North Carolina Battalion.

Cox's brigade.

Brigadier-General W. R. Cox.

First North Carolina.

Second North Carolina.

Third North Carolina.

Fourth North Carolina.

Fourteenth North Carolina.

Thirtieth North Carolina.

Cook's brigade.

Brigadier-General Phil. Cook.

Fourth Georgia.

Twelfth Georgia.

Twenty-first Georgia.

Forty-fourth Georgia.

Battle's brigade.

Brigadier-General C. A. Battle.

Third Alabama.

Fifth Alabama.

Sixth Alabama.

Twelfth Alabama.

Sixty-first Alabama.

Gordons division.

Major-General John B. Gordon.

Hays' brigade.3

Colonel William Monaghan.

Fifth Louisiana, Major A. Hart.

Sixth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Hanlon.

Seventh Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel T. M. Terry.

Eighth Louisiana, Captain L. Prados.

Ninth Louisiana, Colonel William R. Peck.

Stafford's brigade.4

Colonel Eugene Waggaman.

First Louisiana, Captain Joseph Taylor.

Second Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel M. A. Grogan.

Tenth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel H. D. Monier. [327]

Fourteenth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel David Zable.

Fifteenth Louisiana, Captain H. J. Egan.

Evans' brigade.

Colonel E. N. Atkinson.

Thirteenth Georgia, Colonel John H. Baker.

Twenty-sixth Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel James S. Blain.

Thirty-first Georgia, Colonel John H Lowe.

Thirty-eighth Georgia, Major Thomas H. Bomar.

Sixtieth Georgia, Captain Milton Russell.

Sixty-first Georgia, Captain E. F. Sharpe.

Twelfth Georgia Battalion, Captain James W. Anderson.

Terry's brigade.5

Brigadier-General William Terry.

Colonel J. H. F. Funk.

Second Virginia.

Fourth Virginia.

Fifth Virginia.

Twenty-seventh Virginia.

Thirty-third Virginia.

Colonel R. H. Dungan.

Twenty-first Virginia.

Twenty-fifth Virginia.

Forty-second Virginia.

Forty-fourth Virginia.

Forty-eighth Virginia.

Fiftieth Virginia.

Lieutenant-Colonel S. H. Saunders.

Tenth Virginia.

Twenty-third Virginia.

Thirty-seventh Virginia.

Ramseur's division.6

Major General S. D. Ramseur.

Pegram's brigade.

Brigadier-General John Pegram.

Thirteenth Virginia.

Thirty-first Virginia.

Forty-ninth Virginia.

Fifty-second Virginia.

Fifty-eighth Virginia.

Johnston's brigade.

Brigadier-General R. D. Johnston.

Fifth North Carolina.

Twelfth North Carolina.

Twentieth North Carolina.

Twenty-third North Carolina.

Godwin's brigade.

Brigadier-General A. C. Godwin.

Sixth North Carolina.

Twenty-first North Carolina.

Fifty-fourth North Carolina.

Fifty-seventh North Carolina.

First North Carolina Battalion.

1 as shown by inspection reports; cavalry and artillery not accounted for.

2 regimental commanders not indicated on inspection report.

3 these brigades united under command of Brigadier-General Zebulon York.

4 these brigades united under command of Brigadier-General Zebulon York.

5 composed of the fragmentary remains of fourteen of the regiments of Edward Johnson's division, most of which was captured by the enemy May 12, 1864.

6 regimental commanders not indicated on inspection report.

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