Appendix 2: Confederate Order of Battle
The Battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1864

Army of the Valley, Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early, commanding

Breckinridge’s Corps, Major General John C. Breckinridge, commanding

Gordon’s Division, Major General John B. Gordon, commanding

Evans’ Brigade, Brigadier General Clement A. Evans, commanding

13th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Colonel J.H. Baker
26th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Colonel Edmund M. Atkinson
31st Georgia Infantry Regiment, Colonel John H. Lowe
38th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Major Thomas H. Bomar
60th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Captain Milton Russell
61st Georgia Infantry Regiment, Colonel John H. Lamar
12th Georgia Infantry Battalion, Captain J.W. Anderson

Consolidated Louisiana Brigade, Brigadier General Zebulon York, commanding

Hay’s Brigade (Early’s Division), Colonel William R. Peck

5th Infantry Regiment, Major Alexander Hart
6th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Hanlon
7th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Terry
8th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Captain Louis Prados
9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel John J. Hodges

Stafford’s Brigade (Johnson’s Division), Colonel Eugene Waggaman, commanding

1st Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Captain Joseph Taylor
2nd Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Michael A. Grogan
10th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Henry D. Monier
14th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel David Zable
15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, Captain H.J. Egan

Terry’s Brigade, Brigadier General William Terry, commanding

2nd, 4th, 5th, 27th, 33rd Virginia Consolidated Infantry Regiments (Stonewall Brigade, Colonel John H.S. Funk
21st, 25th, 42nd, 44th, 48th, 50th Virginia Consolidated Infantry Regiments (Jones’ Brigade), Colonel Robert H. Dungan
10th, 23rd, 37th Virginia Consolidated Infantry Regiments, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel H. Saunders

Breckinridge’s Division, Brigadier General John Echols, commanding

Echol’s Brigade, Colonel George Smith Patton

22nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Colonel George Smith Patton
25th Virginia Infantry Regiment
23rd Virginia Infantry Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Clarence Derrick
26th Virginia Infantry Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel G.M. Edgar

Wharton’s Brigade, Brigadier General Gabriel C. Wharton

30th Virginia Infantry Battalion, Major Peter J. Otey
45th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Edwin H. Harman
51st Virginia Infantry Regiment, Colonel Augustus Forsberg

Smith’s Brigade, Colonel Thomas Smith

36th Virginia Infantry Regiment
60th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Colonel Beuhring Hampden Jones
45th Virginia Infantry Battalion, Major Blake Lynch Woodson

Early’s Corps

Rodes’ Division, Major General Robert E. Rodes, commanding

Grimes’ Brigade, Brigadier General Bryan Grimes

2nd North Carolina Infantry Battalion
32nd, 43rd, 53rd, 45th North Carolina Infantry Regiments

Cook’s Brigade, Brigadier General Phillip Cook

4th, 12th, 21st, 44th Georgia Infantry Regiments

Cox’s Brigade, Brigadier General William R. Cox

1st North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel H.M. Brown
2nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel J.P. Cobb
3rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel S.D. Thurston
4th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel J.H. Wood
14th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel W.A. Johnston
30th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel F.M. Parker

Battle’s Brigade, Colonel Charles Pickens

3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment
5th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel E.L. Hobson
6th Alabama Infantry Regiment
12th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Colonel Charles Pickens
61st Alabama Infantry Regiment

Ramseur’s Division, Major General Stephen Dodson Ramseur, commanding

Lilley’s Brigade, Brigadier General Robert D. Lilley

13th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Major Charles Thomas Crittenden
31st Virginia Infantry Regiment, colonel John Stringer Hoffman
49th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Captain William D. Moffett
52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Colonel Augustus Forsberg
58th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Colonel Francis Howard Board

Johnston’s Brigade, Brigadier General Robert D. Johnston

5th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel John W. Lea
12th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel W.S. Davis
20th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel Thomas F. Toon
23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel Charles C. Blacknall

Lewis’s Brigade, Brigadier General William G. Lewis

6th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel S.M. Tate
21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Major William J. Pfohl
54th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Anderson Ellis
57th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Colonel Archibald C. Goodwin

Chief of Artillery, Brigadier General Armistead L. Long

Artillery: Lieutenant Colonel J. Floyd King

Nelson’s Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel William Nelson

Milledge’s Georgia Battery, Captain John Milledge
Amherst Virginia Artillery, Captain Thomas J. Kirkpatrick
Fluvanna Virginia Artillery, Captain John L. Massie

Braxton’s Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Carter Braxton

Alleghany Virginia Artillery, Captain John C. Carpenter
Stafford Virginia Artillery, Captain Raleigh L. Cooper
Lee Virginia Artillery, Captain W.W. Hardwicke

McLaughlin’s Battalion, Major William McLaughlin

Lewisburg Virginia Artillery, Captain Thomas A. Bryan
Wise Legion Artillery, Captain W.M. Lowry
Monroe Virginia Artillery, Captain George B. Chapman

Cavalry, Major General Robert Ramson, commanding

McCausland’s Brigade, Brigadier General John McCausland

14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Colonel James Cochran
16th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Colonel Milton J. Ferguson
17th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel W.C. Tavenner
22nd Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Colonel Henry Bowen

Parts of the following cavalry units were at Monocacy; the remainder stayed behind in Southwest Virginia. All of Vaughn’s cavalry were dismounted.

Vaughn’s Brigade, Brigadier General John C. Vaughn

12th and 16th Tennessee Cavalry Battalions
16th Georgia Cavalry Regiment
1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Colonel Carter
39th (or 31st) Tennessee Mounted Infantry Regiment, Major Robert McFarland
43rd and 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry Regiments, Captain Aiken Thomas’ Legion, Major William W. Stringfield


Source: National Park Service, Monocacy National Battlefield