Virginia Units in the Civil War

Virginia Units in the Civil War

Virginia provided the following units to the Virginia Militia and the Provisional Army of the Confederate States during the American Civil War.

Infantry Units (PACS)

Infantry Brigades

*1st Virginia Brigade (Stonewall Brigade)
*2nd Virginia Brigade Cdrs: John M. Jones
*3rd Virginia Brigade

Infantry Regiments

*1st Virginia Infantry (Old First)
*2nd Virginia Infantry (Innocents)
*3rd Virginia Infantry
*4th Virginia Infantry
*5th Virginia Infantry
*6th Virginia Infantry
*7th Virginia Infantry
*8th Virginia Infantry
*9th Virginia Infantry
*10th Virginia Infantry (Rockingham County)
*11th Virginia Infantry
*12th Virginia Infantry
*13th Virginia Infantry
*14th Virginia Infantry
*15th Virginia Infantry (Richmond)
*16th Virginia Infantry
*17th Virginia Infantry
*18th Virginia Infantry
*19th Virginia Infantry
*20th Virginia Infantry
*21st Virginia Infantry
*22nd Virginia Infantry
*23rd Virginia Infantry
*24th Virginia Infantry - Cdrs: Col Jubal Early
*25th Virginia Infantry
*26th Virginia Infantry Battalion
*27th Virginia Infantry
*28th Virginia Infantry Battalion
*29th Virginia Infantry (Carroll, Grayson, Russell, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise and Wythe Counties of VA)
*30th Virginia Infantry
*31st Virginia Infantry
*32nd Virginia Infantry (Lousey Reg)
*33rd Virginia Infantry
*34th Virginia Infantry
*35th Virginia Infantry (disbanded early 1861)
*36th Virginia Infantry
*37th Virginia Infantry
*38th Virginia Infantry
*39th Virginia Infantry
*40th Virginia Infantry
*41st Virginia Infantry
*42nd Virginia Infantry (Lynchburg, VA - June & July 1861)
*44th Virginia Infantry (Cos. A-K)
*45th Virginia Infantry
*46th Virginia Infantry
*47th Virginia Infantry
*48th Virginia Infantry
*49th Virginia Infantry (Extra Billy Smith's Boys)
*50th Virginia Infantry
*51st Virginia Infantry
*52nd Virginia Infantry
*53rd Virginia Infantry
*54th Virginia Infantry
*55th Virginia Infantry
*56th Virginia Infantry
*57th Virginia Infantry
*58th Virginia Infantry
*59th Virginia Infantry
*60th Virginia Infantry
*61st Virginia Infantry
*62nd Virginia Infantry
*63rd Virginia Infantry
*64th Virginia Infantry (Batts: Cohoon, French, Montague, Tomlin, University)

Infantry Battalions

* 5th Virginia Infantry Battalion (merged into 53rd Virginia Infantry in 1862)
* 9th Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 21st Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 22nd Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 23rd Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 25th Virginia Infantry Battalion (Richmond City Battalion)
* 26th Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 28th Virginia Infantry Battalion
* 30th Virginia Infantry Battalion (Sharpshooters)
* 44th Virginia Infantry Battalion (Petersburg City Battalion)
* 45th Virginia Infantry Battalion

* Cohoon's Battalion Virginia Infantry
* French's Battalion Virginia Infantry
* Montague's Battalion Virginia Infantry
* Tomlin's Battalion Virginia Infantry
* University Battalion Virginia Infantry

Cavalry Units (PACS)

Cavalry Brigades

* 2nd Virginia Cavalry Brigade
* 4th Virginia Cavalry Brigade (Laurel Brigade)- Cdrs: Col Turner Ashby, BGen Grumble Jones
* Stuart's Virginia Cavalry Brigade
* Wickham's Virginia Cavalry Brigade

Cavalry Regiments

* 1st Virginia Cavalry - Raised by W.E. “Grumble” Jones
* 2nd Virginia Cavalry - Commanded by Thomas T. Munford
* 3rd Virginia Cavalry
* 4th Virginia Cavalry (Black Horse Regiment)
* 5th Virginia Cavalry
* 6th Virginia Cavalry
* 7th Virginia Cavalry (Ashby's)
* 8th Virginia Cavalry
* 9th Virginia Cavalry (Johnson's)
* 10th Virginia Cavalry
* 11th Virginia Cavalry
* 12th Virginia Cavalry
* 13th Virginia Cavalry (1861–1862)
* 14th Virginia Cavalry
* 15th Virginia Cavalry
* 16th Virginia Cavalry
* 17th Virginia Cavalry
* 19th Virginia Cavalry
* 20th Virginia Cavalry
* 21st Virginia Cavalry
* 22nd Virginia Cavalry (Bowen's Mounted Riflemen)
* 23rd Virginia Cavalry
* 24th Virginia Cavalry
* 25th Virginia Cavalry
* 26th Virginia Cavalry
* 27th Virginia Cavalry
* 31st Virginia Cavalry
* 42nd Virginia Cavalry
* 44th Virginia Cavalry

Cavalry Battalions, Mounted Rifle Guards

* 1st Battalion Virginia Cavalry , Local Defense
* 2nd Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* 14th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (Burrough's)
* 15th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (Critcher's) (Northern Neck Rangers)
* 32nd Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* 35th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (White's Comanches)
* 39th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (Richardson's Battalion of Scouts, Guides, and Couriers)
* 40th Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* 41st Battalion Virginia Cavalry (White's)
* 46th Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* Caldwell's Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* Ferguson's Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* O'Ferrall's Battalion Virginia Cavalry

* 1st Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 2nd Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 3rd Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 4th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 5th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 8th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 9th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 11th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Patrol Guard
* 12th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* 13th Congressional District, Virginia Mounted Guard
* Varina Troop (Henrico Mounted Rangers)
* 64th Mounted Virginia Infantry

Irregular Warfare Units

* 18th Virginia Cavalry (aka 1st Regiment Virginia Partisan Rangers)
* 24th Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers
* 27th Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers
* 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers (Witcher's) (Virginia Mounted Rifles)
* 36th Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers
* 37th Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers(Dunn's)
* 43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry Partisan Rangers (Mosby's Rangers)
* 62nd Virginia Mounted Infantry (1st Partisan Rangers) - Cdr: Col John D. Imboden
* Smith's Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* Swann's Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* Baldwin's Squadron, Partisan Rangers
* Major Counts' Battalion Virginia Cavalry
* Captain McNeill's Virginia Partisan Rangers
* Captain Thurmond's Virginia Partisan Rangers

Artillery Units (PACS)

Virginia Artillery Regiments

* 1st Regiment, Virginia Artillery
* 2nd Regiment, Virginia Artillery
* 5th Regiment, Virginia Artillery

Virginia Artillery Battalions

* 1st Battalion (Hardaway's Moseley's)
* 10th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery (Allen's)
* 12th Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery
* 13th Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery
* 16th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery
* 18th Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery
* 18th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery
* 19th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery (Atkinson's)
* 20th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery
* 38th Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery (Read's)

Virginia Artillery Batteries

* 1st Regiment, Virginia Light Artillery (Pendleton's)
* 2nd Richmond Battery

* Albemarle Artillery
* Alleghany Rough Artillery (Light)
* Amherst Artillery (Light)
* Barr's Battery (Light)
* Bayley's Battery (Virginia Heavy Artillery)
* Bedford Artillery (Light)
* Bethel Artillery
* Botetourt Artillery (Heavy)
* Branch Field Artillery (Light)
* Bryan Artillery
* Campbell Battery
* Caroline Artillery (Light)
* Charlottesville Artillery (Light)
* Chesapeake Artillery
* Chew's Battery
* Crenshaw Battery
* Danville Artillery (Light)
* Dixie Artillery (Light)
* Everett Artillery
* Fluvanna Artillery (Light)
* Fredericksburg Artillery
* Giles Artillery (Light)(McComas Battery)
* Halifax Artillery
* Hanover Artillery (Light)
* Henrico Artillery
* Jackson Artillery (Light)
* James City Artillery
* Johnston Artillery (Heavy)
* Lee Battery
* Letcher Artillery (Light)
* Levi's or Barr's Battery
* Long Island Artillery (Light)
* Loudoun Artillery (Light)
* Lunenberg Artillery (Heavy)
* Magruder Artillery (Light)
* Manchester Artillery (Light)
* Marion Artillery (Wilkinson's Battery) (Virginia Heavy Artillery)
* Matthews Artillery (Light)
* Middlesex Artillery (Fleet's Battery)
* Montroe Artillery (Light)
* Nelson Artillery (Light)
* New Market Artillery (Light)
* Norfolk Light Artillery Blues
* Nottoway Artillery (Light)
* Orange Artillery (Light)
* Page's Battery
* Pamunkey Artillery (Heavy)
* Pittsylvania Artillery (Light)
* Portsmouth Artillery (Light), Grimes Battery
* Powhatan Artillery
* Purcell Artillery (Light)
* Richmond Flying Artillery (Light)
* Richmond Howitzers
* Rockbridge Artillery (Light)
* Salem Flying Artillery
* Saltville Artillery
* Southside Artillery
* Staunton Artillery (Light)
* Staunton Hill Artillery
* Surry Artillery (Light)
* Turner Artillery (Light)
* United Artillery
* Winchester Artillery (Cutshaw's Battery)
* Wise Artillery (Light)

Virginia Horse Artillery

* 1st Stuart's Horse Artillery (John Pelham Battery)
* 2nd Stuart's Light Horse Artillery
* Callahan's Horse Artillery
* Moorman's-Shoemaker's Battery
* Petersburg Artillery

Virginia Militia Units

Virginia State Line

Virginia State Line was transferred to the control of the Confederate States of America on March 31, 1861.

Virginia Militia Regiments

* 2nd Regiment Militia
* 3rd Regiment Militia
* 4th Regiment Militia
* 5th Regiment Militia
* 6th Regiment Militia
* 7th Regiment Militia
* 8th Regiment Militia
* 9th Regiment Militia
* 12th Regiment Militia
* 13th Regiment Militia
* 14th Regiment Militia
* 15th Regiment Militia
* 16th Regiment Militia
* 17th Brigade Militia
* 19th Regiment Militia
* 21st Regiment Militia
* 25th Regiment Militia
* 26th Regiment Militia
* 29th Regiment Militia
* 31st Regiment Militia (Frederick County)
* 32nd Regiment Militia
* 33rd Regiment Militia
* 34th Regiment Militia
* 35th Regiment Militia (Wythe County)
* 36th Regiment Militia
* 37th Regiment Militia
* 38th Regiment Militia
* 39th Regiment Militia
* 40th Regiment Militia
* 41st Regiment Militia
* 42nd Regiment Militia
* 43rd Regiment Militia
* 44th Regiment Militia
* 46th Regiment Militia
* 47th Regiment Militia
* 49th Regiment Militia
* 51st Regiment Militia (Frederick County)
* 52nd Regiment Militia
* 53rd Regiment Militia
* 54th Regiment Militia
* 55th Regiment Militia
* 56th Regiment Militia
* 57th Regiment Militia
* 58th Regiment Militia
* 59th Regiment Militia
* 61st Regiment Militia
* 64th Regiment Militia
* 66th Regiment Militia
* 67th Regiment Militia
* 68th Regiment Militia
* 70th Regiment Militia (Washington County)
* 72nd Regiment Militia (Russell County)
* 74th Regiment Militia
* 77th Regiment Militia
* 78th Regiment Militia
* 79th Regiment Militia
* 82nd Regiment Militia
* 83rd Regiment Militia (Dinwiddie Co)
* 84th Regiment Militia
* 86th Regiment Militia
* 87th Regiment Militia
* 88th Regiment Militia
* 89th Regiment Militia
* 90th Regiment Militia
* 92nd Regiment Militia
* 93rd Regiment Militia
* 94th Regiment Militia
* 95th Regiment Militia
* 97th Regiment Militia (Spitler's)
* 105th Regiment Militia (Washington County)
* 108th Regiment Militia
* 109th Regiment Militia
* 110th Regiment Militia
* 111th Regiment Militia
* 112th Regiment Militia (Tazewell County)
* 114th Regiment Militia
* 115th Regiment Militia
* 116th Regiment Militia
* 117th Regiment Militia
* 120th Regiment Militia (Cabell County, now WV)
* 121st Regiment Militia
* 122nd Regiment Militia
* 127th Regiment Militia
* 129th Regiment Militia
* 130th Regiment Militia (Floyd Co)
* 132nd Regiment Militia
* 135th Regiment Militia
* 136th Regiment Militia
* 139th Regiment Militia
* 140th Regiment Militia
* 144th Regiment Militia
* 145th Regiment Militia
* 146th Regiment Militia
* 151st Regiment Militia
* 155th Regiment Militia
* 157th Regiment Militia
* 160th Regiment Militia
* 162nd Regiment Militia
* 164th Regiment Militia (Washington County)
* 166th Regiment Militia
* 167th Regiment Militia (Wayne County, now WV)
* 179th Regiment Militia
* 183rd Regiment Militia (Wythe County)
* 184th Regiment Militia
* 185th Regiment Militia
* 187th Regiment Militia
* 188th Regiment Militia (Tazewell County)
* 189th Regiment Militia
* 190th Regiment Militia (Wyoming County, now WV)
* 198th Regiment Militia
* Washington County Militia

Virginia Federal Units

* 1st Regiment Loyal Eastern Virginia Volunteers
* 1st Regiment, Virginia Infantry
* 16th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
* Dameron's Independent Company, Virginia Volunteers
* Loudoun Rangers

ee also

*Virginia in the Civil War
*Army of Northern Virginia

References

* Armstrong, Richard L., "Eleventh Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919689
* Alderman, John P., "Twenty Ninth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919661
* Ashcraft, John M., "Thirty First Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1988. ISBN 978-0930919597
* Cavanaug, Michael A., "Sixth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1988. ISBN 978-0930919573
* Chapla, John D., "Forty Eighth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919672
* Davis, James A., "51st Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 2nd edition, 1984. ISBN 978-0930919139
* Delauter, Roger U., "McNeill's Rangers (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1986. ISBN 978-0930919344
* Dickinson, Jack L., "Eighth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 2nd edition, 1986. ISBN 978-0930919283
* Driver, Robert J., "The First and Second Rockbridge Artillery (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 2nd edition, 1987. ISBN 978-0930919351
* Hearn, Chet, "The Civil War: Virginia". Salamander Books, Ltd., 2005. ISBN 978-1840655582
* Murphy, Terrence, "Tenth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919740
* O'Sullivan, Richard, "Fifty Fifth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919733
* Rankin, Thomas M., "37th Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1987. ISBN 978-0930919443
* Riggs, David F. "Thirteenth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1988. ISBN 978-0930919653
* Riggs, Susan A., "Twenty First Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1991. ISBN 978-1561900138
* Ruffner, Kevin Conley, "Forty Fourth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1987. ISBN 978-0930919474
* Scott, J. L., "Forty Fifth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1989. ISBN 978-0930919801
* Sherwood, W. Cullen, "The Nelson Artillery - Lamkin and Rives batteries (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1991. ISBN 978-1561900190
* Sublett, Charles W., "57th Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1986. ISBN 978-0930919245
* Trask, Benjamin H., "9th Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series)". H. E. Howard, 1st edition, 1984. ISBN 978-0930919108
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