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The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the First Battle of Winchester of the American Civil War. The Union order of battle is listed separately.

Abbreviations used[]

Military rank[]

Other[]

  • w = wounded
  • mw = mortally wounded
  • k = killed
  • c = captured

Department of the Valley[]

MG Thomas J. Jackson

Forces at Winchester[]

MG Thomas J. Jackson

Division Brigade Regiment or Other

Jackson's Division
     MG Thomas J. Jackson

First (Stonewall) Brigade


   BG Charles S. Winder

Second (Campbell’s) Brigade


   Col J.A. Campbell (w)
   Col John M. Patton

Third (Taliaferro's) Brigade


   Col Samuel V. Fulkerson

Artillery


   Col Stapleton Crutchfield

  • Poague's Battery - Cpt William T. Poague
  • Wooding's Battery - Cpt George W. Wooding
  • Carpenter's Battery - Cpt Joseph Carpenter
  • Caskie's Battery - Cpt William H. Caskie
  • Carrington's Virginia Battery - Cpt Joseph Carrington
  • Cutshaw's Battery - Cpt Wilfred E. Cutshaw (w); Lt John Carpenter
Division Brigade Regiment or Other

Ewell's Division
     MG Richard S. Ewell

Second (Steuart's) Brigade


   Col W.C. Scott

Fourth (Elzey's) Brigade


   BG Arnold Elzey

Seventh (Trimble's) Brigade


   BG Isaac Trimble

  • 15th Alabama Infantry - Col James Cantey
  • 21st Georgia Infantry - Col John T. Mercer
  • 16th Mississippi Infantry - Col Carnot Posey
  • 21st North Carolina Infantry - Col William W. Kirkland (w)
Eighth (Taylor's) Brigade


   BG Richard Taylor

Independent Command

Artillery


   Col Stapleton Crutchfield

  • Brockenbrough’s Battery - Cpt John B. Brockenbrough
  • Courtney’s Battery - Cpt A. R. Courtney
  • Lusk’s Battery - Cpt John A. M. Lusk
  • Raine’s Battery - Cpt Charles I. Raine
  • Rice's Battery - Cpt William H. Rice
Cavalry Brigade


   BG George H. Steuart

References[]

This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors).
  • Cozzens, Peter. Shenandoah 1862: Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-8078-3200-4.
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