862ad: Organization of Confederate Troops in the Department of Alabama and West Florida 1 February 1862

by Brett Schulte on May 18, 2010 · 0 comments

Back to the George Nafziger American Civil War Order of Battle Collection

                  Organization of Confederate  
                         Troops in the  
             Department of Alabama and West Florida
                         1 February 1862

Commanding General:  Major General Braxton Bragg

Army of Pensacola: Brigadier General Sam Jones
     1st Alabama Infantry Regiment
     17th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     1st Florida Infantry Regiment
     5th Georgia Infantry Regiment
     36th Georgia Infantry Regiment
     1st Louisiana Infantry Regiment
     5th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
     8th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
     9th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
     10th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
     27th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
     Independent Alabama Mounted Companies (2)
     Independent Florida Mounted Company
     Alabama State Artillery Company
     Robertson's Light Artillery Company
     Detachment of C.S. Marines

Army of Mobile: Brigadier General J.M.Withers
     2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment     
     18th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     19th Alabama Infantry Regiment     
     20th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     21st Alabama Infantry Regiment
     22nd Alabama Infantry Regiment
     23rd Alabama Infantry Regiment
     24th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     25th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     2nd Alabama Infantry (Battalion)
     Alabama Infantry (1 co)
     Battalion Mississippi Volunteers
     Mississippi Infantry (1 co)
     Alabama Mounted Volunteers (6 cos)
     1st Alabama Artillery Battalion
     2nd Alabama Light Artillery Battalion

U.S.  War Department,  The War of the Rebellion, 
A Compilation of Official Records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies,  Government Printing Office; 
Washington, D.C., 1882

Source: George Nafziger Order of Battle Collection


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