The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley
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Order of Battle for the Battle of Cedar Creek

UNION FORCES: Army Of The Shenandoah

MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN

Escort: Detachment, 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry--- Major Weidner H. Spera and 6th U. S. Cavalry Regiment--- Captain Ira W. Claffin

VI CORPS

BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES B. RICKETTS (W)
BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON GETTY
MAJOR GENERAL HORATIO GOUVERNEUR WRIGHT Escort: Company "G", 1st Michigan Cavalry--- Lieutenant William H. Wheeler

1st Division - Brigadier General Frank Wheaton

1st Brigade - Colonel William Henry Penrose (W)

Lieutenant Colonel Edward L. Campbell
Captain Baldwin Hufty

K-17 W-129 M-19 = 165

2nd Brigade - Colonel Joseph Eeldridge Hamblin

Colonel Ronald Slidell Mackenzie (w)
Lieutenant Colonel Egbert Olcott

K-52 W-272 M-80 = 404

3rd Brigade * - Colonel Oliver Edwards

* At Winchester and not engaged in the battle 2nd Division - Brigadier General George Washington Getty

Brigadier General Lewis Addison Grant
Brigadier General George Washington Getty
1st Brigade - Colonel James Meech Warner

K-36 W-189 M-4 = 229

2nd Brigade - Brigadier General Lewis Addison Grant

Lieutenant Colonel Amasa S. Tracy
Brigadier General Lewis Addison Grant

K-34 W-209 M-41 = 284

3rd Brigade - Brigadier General Daniel D. Bidwell (K) Lieutenant Colonel Winsor B. French

3rd Division - Colonel William Emerson

1st Brigade -

2nd Brigade - Colonel William H. Ball Artillery - Colonel Charles H. Tompkins

XIX CORPS

BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. EMORY

1st Division - Brigadier General James Winning McMillan, Brigadier General William Dwight

1st Brigade - Colonel Edwin P. Davis

2nd Brigade - Colonel Stephen Thomas, Brigadier General James Winning McMillan 3rd Brigade * - Colonel Leonard D. H. Currie Artillery

5th Battery, New York Light Artillery--- Captain Elijah D. Taft

2nd Division - Brigadier General Cuvier Grover (W) Brigadier General Henry W. Birge

1st Brigade - Brigaider General Henry W. Birge Colonel Thomas W. Porter,

2nd Brigade - Colonel Edward L. Molineux 3rd Brigade - Colonel Daniel Macauley Lieutenant Colonel Alfred Neafle 4th Brigade - Colonel David Shunk Artillery

1st Battery, Maine Light Artillery--- Lieutenant Eben D. Haley Lieutenant John S. Snow
K-3 W-17 M-8 = 28
Artillery Reserve - Major Albert W. Bradbury

ARMY OF WEST VIRGINIA

BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE CROOK

1st Division - Colonel Joseph Thoburn (K), Colonel Thomas M. Harris
1st Brigade - Lieutenant Colonel Thomas F. Wildes

2nd Brigade * - Colonel William B. Curtis 3rd Brigade - Colonel Thomas M. Harris Colonel Milton Wells 2nd Division - Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes 2nd Brigade - Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin F. Coates Artillery Brigade - Captain Henry A. DuPont

Provisional Division - Colonel J. Howard Kitching (MW) (Composition Unknown) K-12 W-72 M-18 = 102

CAVALRY

BRIGADIER GENERAL ALFRED THOMAS ARCAMIDES TORBERT

Escort
1st Rhode Island Cavalry Regiment--- Major William H. Turner Jr.
1st Division - Brigadier General Wesley Merritt

1st Brigade - Colonel James H. Kidd

2nd Brigade - Colonel Thomas Casimer Devin Reserve Brigade - Colonel Charles Russell Lowell Jr. (K) Lieutenant Colonel Casper Crowningshield 2nd Division, (Department of West Virginia) - Colonel William Henry Powell

1st Brigade - Colonel Alpheus S. Moore

Detachment 8th Ohio Cavalry Regiment---

2nd Brigade - Colonel Henry Capehart Artillery
Battery "L", 5th U.S. Light Artillery--- Lieutenant Guilan V. Weir

3rd Division - Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer

1st Brigade - Colonel Alexander C. M. Pennington Jr.

2nd Brigade - Colonel William Wells Horse Artillery

Battery "B", 2nd U.S. Light Artillery--- Captain Charles H. Peirce

STRENGTH 43,000 CASUALTIES = Killed 644 Wounded 3,430 Missing 1,591 TOTALS 5,665 CONFEDERATE FORCES

LIEUTENANT GENERAL JUBAL ANDERSON EARLY

Ramseur's Division - Major General Stephen Dodson Ramseur (K)

Battle's Brigade - Brigadier General Cullen Andrews Battle, Lieutenant Colonel E. L. Hobson

Cook's Brigade - Brigadier General Philip Cook Grimes's Brigade - Brigadier General Bryan Grimes Cox's Brigade - Brigadier General William R. Cox Pegram's Division - Brigadier General John Pegram Godwin's Brigade Johnston's Brigade - Brigadier General Robert D. Johnston Pegram's Brigade - Colonel John S. Hoffman Gordon's Division - Brigadier General John B. Gordon Evans's Brigade - Brigadier General Clement Anselm Evans Hay's Brigade * Combined with 5th Louisiana Infantry Terry's Brigade - Brigadier General William Terry Stafford's Brigade * Consolidated with 1st Louisiana Infantry Kershaw's Division - Major General Joseph Brevard Kershaw Conner's Brigade - Brigadier General James Conner Major James M. Goggin Wofford's Brigade Humphreys's Brigade - Brigadier General Benjamin Grubb Humphreys Bryan's Brigade - Colonel James P. Simms Wharton's Division - Brigadier General Gabriel C. Wharton

Wharton's Brigade

Echol's Brigade Smith's Brigade - Colonel Thomas Smith Thomas's Legion--- Lieutenant Colonel James R. Lowe CAVALRY Lomax's Division - Major General Lunsford Lindsay Lomax Imboden's Brigade McCausland's Brigade - Brigadier General John McCausland B. T. Johnson's Brigade Jackson's Brigade - Brigadier General H. B. Davidson Rosser's Division - Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser Wickham's Brigade Rosser's Brigade Payne's Brigade

Artillery

Braxton's Battalion

Nelson's Battalion - Lieutenant Colonel William Nelson

King's Battalion - Lieutenant Colonel J. Floyd King

Horse Artillery

STRENGTH 17,288

CASUALTIES = 700 to 800 Killed and Wounded

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