|ORDER OF BATTLE|
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ORDER OF BATTLE, US ARMY
Brig. Gen. George Henry Thomas - about 4400 effectives
NOTE: Numbers shown are from Battle, Perrin, and Kniffin, Kentucky: A History of the State.
Louisville: F.A. Battey, 1885, Part 1, p. 391.
US troops present at Logan’s Crossroads, but not directly engaged in the battle:
US reinforcements, arrived after the battle, engaged in the pursuit to Beech Grove:
1st Brigade - Brig.Gen. Albin Schoepf
|1st Brigade - Brig. Gen. Felix Kirk Zollicoffer (KIA)|
|15th Miss. Inf. - Lt. Col. Edward Cary Walthall||854 effectives|
|19th Tenn. Inf. - Col. David H. Cummings||676|
|20th Tenn. Inf. - Col. Joel Allen Battle||694|
|25th Tenn. Inf. - Col. Sidney Smith Stanton (w)||683|
|Tenn. Btty. - Capt. Arthur Middleton Rutledge - 6 guns||140|
|(four 6-pounders and two 12-pound howitzers; only the four|
|6-pounders used in the battle)|
|Tenn. Cav. Co. - Capt. William Scott Bledsoe||84|
|Tenn. Cav. Co. - Capt. Q. C. "Ned" Sanders/Saunders||71|
|Ky. Cav. Co. - Capt. B. E. Roberts (w/ Bledsoe & Sanders)||?|
|2nd Brigade - Brig. Gen. William Henry Carroll|
|16th Ala. Inf. - Col. William B. Wood||378|
|17th Tenn. Inf. - Lt. Col. Thomas C. H. Miller||338|
|28th Tenn. Inf. - Col. John Porry Murray||748|
|29th Tenn. Inf. - Col. Samuel Powell (w)||493|
|Tenn. Btty. (Caswell Artillery) - Capt. Hugh L. W. McClung
- 4 guns
(two 6-pounders and two 12-pound howitzers; only two guns
listed in the advance to Logan’s Crossroads; apparently
none actually used in the battle)
|4th Tenn. Cav. Bn. - Lt. Col. Benjamin M. Branner||336|
|5th Tenn. Cav. Bn. - Lt. Col. George R. McClellan||315|
NOTE: Numbers shown are from Zollicoffer's report of 7 Jan. 1862 (OR I, 7, p. 824).
Confederate forces present at Mill Springs (south side of the river), but not engaged in the battle:
- 37th Tennessee Infantry - Col. Moses White (crossed the river during the battle, and engaged in the defense of Beech Grove)
- 1st Tenn. Cav. Bn. - Lt. Col. Frank Nathaniel McNairy (may have been present at Beech Grove)
- 2 companies of the 3rd Tenn. Cav. Bn. - Lt. Col. William Brazleton
- Tenn. Btty. (Harding Artillery) - Capts. G. H. Monserratt and Ed Baxter (4 or 6 guns)
Reports in Official Records, Ser. I, Vol. 7, pp. 79-116; 824.
Battle, J.H., W.H. Perrin, and G.C. Kniffin, Kentucky: A History of the State. Louisville:
F. A. Battey, 1885, Part 1, p. 391.
Lindsley, John B., The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate: First Series. Nashville: J. M.
Lindsley & Co., 1886, pp. 794-795.
Reid, Whitelaw, Ohio in the War: Her Statesmen Generals and Soldiers. Vol. II. Columbus:
Eclectic Publishing Co., 1893, pp. 893, 895.
Witham, George, Shiloh, Shells and Artillery Units. Memphis: Riverside Press, 1980, pp. 81-84.
Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky: Confederate Kentucky Volunteers, War
1861-65. Vol. I. Frankfort, 1915, pp. 676-677.
York, Capt. Harrison B., Record of the 9th Independent Battery, Ohio Veteran Vol. Artillery.
Cleveland: Fairbanks, Benedict & Co., 1864.
Compiled by Geoffrey R. Walden, 1997; copyright © 1997-1999, Geoffrey R. Walden; all rights