The next logical military objective for Grant was the crossroads style… Battle outcome: Last Confederate Victory in the Eastern Theater. The area of Hanover County, Va., covered by this map extends from Mechanicsville to the northwest, the Chickahominy River to the south and Cold Harbor to the east. Col Patrick Kelly, Col John R. Brooke (w) BG Joseph B. Kershaw[5], Col Lawrence M. Keitt (mw)              Col Thomas H. Carter[25], Maj Richard C. M. Page The area of Hanover County, Va., covered by this map extends from Mechanicsville to the northwest, the Chickahominy River to the south and Cold Harbor to the east.          Col Lewis O. Morris (k)    Cpt Addison W. Utterback, BG Thomas L. Rosser (w) MG Cadmus M. Wilcox, BG James H. Lane (w) Organization of the Army of Northern Virginia, Commanded by General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, Early in May, 1864. Lewis never assumed command of Pegram's Brigade, but continued in command of Hoke's Brigade. Col John D. Barry, Ltc Isaac F. Hunt[37]       Col Edward S. Bragg[42], BG Henry L. Eustis[59] From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Detached at Port Royal, Virginia; rejoined brigade June 5, 1864 (, Transferred to First Brigade June 5, 1864, The First Battalion joined from the VI Corps May 31, 1864, and the Second Battalion from the V Corps May 29, 1864, thus uniting the three battalions, Transferred to the 5th New York on June 2, 1864 (, 2nd Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters attached, Transferred to Ninth Corps on June 3, 1864 (, Brady's Company Michigan Sharpshooters attached, Transferred to Second Division June 2, 1864, Transferred to IX Corps on June 4, 1864 (, Assumed command June 2, 1864 and wounded June 3, 1864, 1st and 2nd Companies Michigan Sharpshooters attached, 9th and 10th Companies Ohio Sharpshooters attached, The two Horse Artillery brigades were consolidated under Captain Robertson on May 31, 1864 (, Sent to the Department of Washington on May 31, 1864 (, On June 1, 1864 the XVIII Corps was placed under Meade's command (, Organized temporarily May 30, 1864, and consisted of troops previously known as the Second and Third Divisions of the Tenth Corps, Assigned June 4, 1864, Brigadier General Devens being relieved on account of ill-health, Appointed Brigadier General June 9, 1864 with date of rank 12 May 1864, Veterans and recruits transferred to 5th Michigan June 9, 1864, The Fifth Corps was reorganized on June 5, 1864 (, For Companies F and E, 5th New York as Provost Guard, Was the Third brigade, Fourth Division, up to June 6, 1864, Was First Brigade, First Division, up to June 6, 1864, Was Third Brigade, Second Division, up to June 6, 1864, Was First Brigade, Second Division, up to June 6, 1864, Transferred to Second Brigade June 11, 1864, Was Second Brigade, Second Division, up to June 6, 1864, Organized from veterans and recruits from the 1st, 7th, 9th, two companies of the 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Reserve regiments (, Organized from veterans and recruits from the 2nd, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 10th Reserve regiments (, Relieved at his own request June 9, 1864 (, Transferred to the First Brigade, Second Division, Fifth Corps, June 10, 1864, Transferred to First Brigade, Second Division, June 9, 1864(, Transferred to Second Brigade, Third Division, June 9, 1864 (, Major General Sheridan with the 6th United States, the First and Second Division, and Batteries H and I (consolidated), 1st United States, Batteries B and L (consolidated), Battery D and Battery M, 2nd United States under Captain Robertson from the Horse Artillery Brigade detached on a Raid on June 7, 1864 which culminated in the, Temporarily attached to the Army of the Potomac, New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center - 5th Veteran Infantry Regiment, New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center - 12th Infantry Regiment, Pennsylvania in the Civil War - 21st Pennsylvania Cavalry, New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center - 10th Artillery Regiment, Pennsylvania in the Civil War - 190th Regiment, Pennsylvania in the Civil War - 191st Regiment, Spotsylvania Court House Union order of battle, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cold_Harbor_Union_order_of_battle&oldid=989103332, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Independent Company Oneida (New York) Cavalry, 15th New York Heavy Artillery, 1st and 3rd Battalions, 2nd Pennsylvania Provisional Heavy Artillery, This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 01:57. It was one of the final battles of Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Overland Campaign during the American Civil War, and is remembered as one of American history's bloodiest, most lopsided battles. The consolidation took place on May 28, 1864.       In fact, some accounts refer to the 1862 battle as the First Battle of Cold Harbor, and the 1864 battle as the Second Battle of Cold Harbor. In the overland campaign of 1864, Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant with the Army of the Potomac battled General Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia for six weeks across central Virginia. The 21st Georgia rejoined the Brigade on May 21, 1864. The winner of Battle of Cold Harbor was the Confederate Army. Multiple commander names indicate command succession of command during the battle or the campaign. The Battle of Cold Harbor was one of the Civil War's most dramatic and decisive engagements. Cold Harbor,Battles.Battle Summaries. The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor (May 31–June 12, 1864) of the American Civil War.    The search that Union General Ulysses S. Grant would spend so much time and the lives of the men on, Lee’s right flank. Union soldiers were disturbed to discover skeletal remains from the first battle while entrenching. The Confederate order of battle is listed separately. Cold Harbor Confederate Order Of Battle. Order of battle compiled from the army organization during the battle and the reports.         BG Byron R. Pierce[11], BG Robert O. Tyler (w) [3], McLaws' (old) Division      (, The 1st Florida Battalion was merged into the 10th Florida on June 8, 1864 (, The 2nd Florida Battalion was merged into the 10th and 11th Florida on June 8, 1864 (, The 4th Florida Battalion was merged into the 11th Florida on June 8, 1864 (, The 6th Florida Battalion became the 9th Florida (, Gordon C. Rhea don't lists the 1st Confederate Battalion in Davis' Brigade. BG James Conner[38], BG Alfred M. Scales[39] (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 2, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Johnston's Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Gordon C. Rhea incorrectly lists Hoke's Brigade in Pickett's Division (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 2, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Pegram's Brigade on June 4, 1864. A documentary of History Channel about the battle of the battle of Cold Harbor in the spring of 1864. Col Orlando H. Morris (k) BG Romeyn B. Ayres[47], Third Division Many leave behind family and friends killed at this bloody encounter at the Battle of Cold Harbor. Col Frank A. Haskell (k) The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor (May 31–June 12, 1864) of the American Civil War. Jump to: navigation, search.           Cold Harbor Confederate order of battle. voir la définition de Wikipedia. It described two rural crossroads named for a hotel located in th…      They lost around 5,000 soldiers. The Union order of battle is listed separately. Col Joshua L. Chamberlain[47], Second Division Order of battle compiled from the army organization May 31, 1864,[1] army organization May 26-June 3, 1864,[2] the casualty returns[3] and the reports. Ltc Zina H. Robinson Col George H. Faribault, Wilcox's Division BG Samuel W. Crawford[47], Maj William R. Hartshorne Jan 24, 2018 - Explore Maddybriggs's board "Battle of Cold Harbor" on Pinterest. Order of battle compiled from the army organization[1] during the battle[2] and the reports. MG William H.F. Lee, BG Pierce M. B. Col James Carle[56], Col William W. Robinson The Battle of Cold Harbor was a devistating defeat for Grant and the North with about 7,000 soldiers slaughtered in the first 20 minutes of an ill-fated charge of Southern embankments. It was part of the Overland Campaign that also included battles at the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Court House. The 1st Confederate Battalion joined Davis' Brigade together with the 26th Mississippi before the, Promoted to rank of Brigadier General (Nominated May 14, 1864 with date of rank 24 May 1864), but was not formally assigned (temporary) until June 9, 1864 (, Hunt was promoted to Colonel on June 8, 1864 (, Promoted to Brigadier General (Nominated May 30, 1864 with date of rank 1 June 1864) and assigned to temporary command of McGowan's Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Sick during much of the campaign, frequently led by Colonel William L. J. Lowrance, Zimmerman's battery was transferred to the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida on June 4, 1864 (. Shortly after dawn on June 3, 1864, the Union Army of the Potomac launched a massive frontal assault against the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia at Cold Harbor, Virginia. The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor (May 31–June 12, 1864) of the American Civil War. BG Samuel W. Crawford[21], Third Division A massacre beyond the bloodiest imaginations of the most Gothic of writers could compare. For years the Cold Harbor National Cemetery was the only area set aside as a place of remembrance for the 1864 battle. MG Robert F. Hoke.    It was fought on June 3rd, 1864, at Cold Harbor, Virginia, northeast of Richmond. When Lee learned of Sheridan's movement, he ordered Lt. Gen. Richard H. Anderson, commander of the I Corps, to rtetake the crossroads early on June 1.         Casualties: Union: 12,737(1,844 killed) / CSA: 4,595( 83 killed) “Not War But Murder“…Cold Harbor 1864 by Ernest B. Furgurson The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor of the American Civil War. Col John W. Schall[27] (w) The Union order of battle is listed separately. Col William Ruffin Cox[20], Artillery[23] Col Joseph M. Sudsburg[28] Contents 1 Abbreviations used 1.1 Military Rank 2 Army of Northern Virginia          BG James H. Ledlie[61], BG James H. Ledlie The Confederate order of battle is listed separately. BG William T. H. Brooks, Second Division définition - cold harbor confederate order of battle.    The Union Army stood for Abraham Lincoln. On the other hand, the Union Army lost around 12,000 soldiers. BG Samuel W. Crawford, Col William S. Truex (w)    But the 26th Alabama was exchanged on February 12, 1864 for the 61st Alabama. BG Armistead L. Long[24] Multiple commander names indicate command succession of command during the battle or the campaign. Despite its name, Cold Harbor was not a port city. The main part of the assault would take slightly less than an hour and, according to some accounts, would c… Col William F. Perry, Pickett's Division[8] BG Orlando B. Willcox, First Division         The Battle of Cold Harbor was one of the bloodiest military engagements of the American Civil War. See more ideas about battle of cold harbor, american civil war, civil war history. Ltc Caldwell K. Hall Grant's campaign objective …       See more ideas about battle of cold harbor, civil war, american civil war. MG George E. Pickett, Early's Division Ltc Gideon Clark[41], First Division         The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor of the American Civil War. (, Artillery organisation for the Second Corps taken from, Commanded artillery division; also second in command (, Cutshaw was back in command of his own Artillery Battalion June 2, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Major General (Nominated June 1, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Anderson's Division on June 4, 1864, but declined commission as temporary Major General June 7, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 6, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to command of Perrin's Brigade (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 6, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) but the commission was cancelled because of lack of vacancy (, Perry's and Finegan's Brigade were consolidated under Finegan. MG John C. Breckinridge, Ltc J. Floyd King[55]      By reviewing this one battle in detail, one can get an understanding of trauma surgery during the latter part of …    Please consider these 10 facts to expand your knowledge and appreciation of the Civil War Trust's ongoing preservation efforts on the historic battlefield. Ltc Rufus Barringer[48], Breckinridge's Division[51] Ltc Richard H. Dulany, Fitzhugh Lee's Division MG Thomas L. Crittenden, Ltc Gilbert P. Robinson    BG Henry H. Lockwood[20]    By late May 1864, only two of these continued to advance: Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman's Atlanta Campaign and the Overland Campaign, in which Grant accompanied and directly supervised the Army of the Potomac and its commander, Maj. Gen. George G. Meade. Col Alexander Piper[38], Col James P. MacIvor The Civil War Trust's Battle of Cold Harbor page includes history articles, battle maps, helpful weblinks, and recommended books for this 1864 Civil War battle in Virginia. (, Gordon C. Rhea don't lists the 21st Georgia in Doles' Brigade.         Col John Ramsey[42], Col Edward S. Bragg Promoted to temporary rank of Lieutenant General (Nominated May 31, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of the First Corps June 4, 1864 (, Promoted to Major General (Nominated June 1, 1864 with date of rank 18 May 1864) and assigned to permanent command of McLaws' old Division on June 4, 1864 (, Turned over command to Colonel Simms on June 2, 1864 (, Promoted to Brigadier General (Nominated June 1, 1864 with date of rank 6 May 1864), but was not formally assigned until June 27, 1864 (, Organisation of Pickett's Division taken from, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 10, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864), but was not formally assigned until June 27, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Lieutenant General (Nominated May 31, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of the Second Corps June 4, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Major General (Nominated May 31, 1864 with date of rank 1 June 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Early's Division on June 4, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 2, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864). Ltc Caldwell K. Hall, First Division Jul 30, 2018 - Explore Bobby Lawrence's board "Battle of Cold Harbor" on Pinterest. Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June3, 1864 is the final volume in Gordon Rhea’s brilliant series of four books describing the “Overland Campaign” of U.S. Grant and the Union Army of the Potomac against Robert E. Lee’s Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the spring and summer of 1864. Col John A. Baker BG Alfred T. A. Torbert, First Division    BG Adelbert Ames[37], Col Jeremiah C. Drake (mw) American Civil War and Battle of Cold Harbor are connected through Battle of Yellow Tavern, List of costliest American Civil War land battles, Bermuda Hundred campaign and more..      At the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna and Totopotomoy Creek, Lee repeatedly stalled, but failed to stop, Grant's southward progress toward Richmond. Col John W. Henagan, Field's Division      Intended to break the battered Confederate army and open the road to Richmond, the attack would serve as the conclusion and climax of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grants Overland campaign against General Robert E. Lee. BG Stephan D. Ramseur[13], Col R. Tyler Bennett (w) Cold Harbor Battle. The battle was fought in central Virginia, in what is now Mechanicsville, over the same ground as the Battle of Gaines' Mill during the Seven Days Battles of 1862. The Confederate army was already in place along the lowlands of the Chickahominy River when Grant's army arrived on June 1. Col Ebenezer W. Peirce[11], Third Division MAY 4-JUNE 12, 1864--Campaign from the Rapidan to the James River, Va. [4][5], Col Richard Byrnes (mw) Battle of Cold Harbor, (May 31–June 12, 1864), disastrous defeat for the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861–65) that caused some 18,000 casualties. BG William Mahone[27], BG William W. Kirkland (w) "The first general order..." Today in History: (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 2, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Hays' and Stafford’s Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Promoted to Brigadier General (Nominated May 28, 1864 with date of rank 19 May 1864) and assigned to permanent command of Daniel's Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Promoted to temporary rank of Brigadier General (Nominated June 2, 1864 with date of rank 31 May 1864) and assigned to temporary command of Ramseur's Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Gordon C. Rhea incorrectly lists the 26th Alabama in Battle's Brigade. Col William L. J. Lowrance[39], Ltc William T. Poague (w)      The Union order of battle is listed separately. Soldiers: Union-108,000 / CSA:-59,000.    Maj Wilfred E. Cutshaw[26], Anderson's Division    MG Charles W. Field, BG Evander M. Law (w)      In his gripping fourth volume on the spring 1864 Overland campaign -- which pitted Ulysses S. Grant against Robert E. Lee for the first time in the Civil War -- Gordon Rhea vividly re-creates the battles and maneuvers from the North Anna stalemate through the Cold Harbor offensive. Recommended Reading: Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June 3, 1864, by Gordon C. Rhea (Hardcover).Description: In his gripping volume on the spring 1864 Overland campaign--which pitted Ulysses S. Grant against Robert E. Lee for the first time in the Civil War--Gordon Rhea vividly re-creates the battles and maneuvers from the North Anna stalemate through the Cold Harbor offensive. BG John H. Martindale, Third Division[36] Order of battle compiled from the army organization May 31, 1864, army organization May 26-June 3, 1864, the casualty returns and the reports.      The following Union Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor (May 31–June 12, 1864) of the American Civil War. The battle began when Sheridan's cavalry occupied the crucial crossroads of Old Cold Harbor. Col Jacob P. Gould[61], Col Alexander Piper[72] The Confederate army was already in place along the lowlands of the Chickahominy River when Grant's army arrived on June 1. Grant hoped that one more attack might finally break Lee's outnumbered Army of Northern Virginia. Charles Calrow July, 1933 : The student of the Civil War will remember the battle fought at Cold Harbor, Virginia, as one that featured an overwhelming Federal defeat.         The entire wiki with photo and video galleries for each article      BG Charles Devens, Jr. He became the president on 4th March 1861 until 15th April 1865. Order of battle compiled from the army organization during the battle and the reports. The following Union Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cold Harbor (May 31–June 12, 1864) of the American Civil War. The battle of Cold Harbor was the scene of a crime.      Col N. Martin Curtis, Forces operating against Richmond May 31-June 5, 1864, Forces operating against Richmond June 6-12, 1864.    Maj Wade H. Gibbes[56], Hoke's Division[60] Col James P. McIvor, Second Division Facts about Cold Harbor 3: Abraham Lincoln.      Young (w)           MG Fitzhugh Lee, William H. F. Lee's Division       Lilley was in command 2 June 1864.      The Battle of Cold Harbor was fought May 31-June 12, 1864 as part of Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Overland Campaign and saw Union troops mount several bloody, failed … By June 2, both armies were on the field, forming on a seven-mile front that extended from Bethesda Church to the Chickahominy River. Grant's Overland Campaign was one of a series of simultaneous offensives the newly appointed general in chief launched against the Confederacy. Wikipedia. Plan of Battle of Cold Harbor, Va. : June 1st and 3rd 1864. Col James A. Beaver, Col H. Boyd McKeen (k) The veterans who returned to walk the fields and woods where they once fought naturally made a stop at the cemetery a part of their visit.      MG Thomas L. Crittenden[60] The Battle of Cold Harbor was fought from May 31 to June 12, 1864, with the most significant fighting occurring on June 3. Recommended Reading: Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June 3, 1864, by Gordon C. Rhea (Hardcover).Description: In his gripping volume on the spring 1864 Overland campaign--which pitted Ulysses S. Grant against Robert E. Lee for the first time in the Civil War--Gordon Rhea vividly re-creates the battles and maneuvers from the North Anna stalemate through the Cold Harbor offensive. The Union order of battle is listed separately. Late on June 1, the Union VI and XVIII Corps reached Cold Harbor and assaulted the Confederate works with some success. For the Washington Artillery Battalion see: Major General Hampton with Fitzhugh Lee's and his own Division and Griffin's, Hart's, Thomson's and Shoemaker's Batteries and one section of Johnston's Battery from the Horse Artillery under Major Chew and Major Breathed detached angainst Sheridan's Raid on June 8, 1864, which culminated in the, The 7th Georgia was assigned to Young's Brigade on June 7, 1864 (, The 20th Georgia Battalion was ordered to join the Army of Northern Virginia on May 25, 1864 (, The 1st Maryland Cavalry was assigned to Lomax's Cavalry Brigade and Griffin's Battery was assigned to Breathed's Horse Artillery Battalion (, Promoted to Brigadier General (Nominated May 30, 1864 with date of rank 1 June 1864) and assigned to permanent command of Gordon's Brigade on June 4, 1864 (, Breckinridge's Division (except King's Artillery Battalion and the Maryland Line) was ordered back to the, Organisation of McLaughlin's Artillery Battalion taken from, Kings's Artillery Battalion was also known as the 13th Virginia Artillery Battalion (, Organisation of Kings's Artillery Battalion taken from, Lieutenant Colonel King was ordered to accompanied Breckinridge to the Shenandoah Valley on May 10, 1864 (, Major Gibbes was assigned to King's Artillery Battalion on June 10, 1864 (, Temporarily attached to Breckinridge's Division, Assigned to Pegram's Battalion, Artillery, Third Corps on June 3, 1864 (, Hoke's Division joined the Army of Northern Virginia on May 31, 1864 (, Read's Artillery Battalion was also known as the 38th Virginia Artillery Battalion, 2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Chapter 5, Note 113, Spotsylvania Court House Confederate order of battle, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cold_Harbor_Confederate_order_of_battle&oldid=997381388, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1st North Carolina Battalion Sharpshooters, 47th North Carolina: Col George H. 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