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ORGANIZATION OF THE Army of the Tennessee At the Battle of Shiloh, TN, April 6 & 7, 1862. Records of the Union Armies with details on units from: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin References: 1. "Shiloh: Bloody April" by Wiley Sword 2. “Shiloh: The Battle That Changed The Civil War” by Larry J. Daniel 3. Shiloh Battlefield Map with Org Table 4. Hardin County (Tennessee) Historical Society This Organizational Table is listed by Division and Brigade, etc. The strength of each unit is listed next to the unit. The numbers appear to be rounded off to nearest hundreds. All Infantry units listed are assumed to be Regiments unless stated otherwise. COMMANDER Major General Ulysses S. Grant STRENGTH 46,427 men 1st Division (6540) Major General John A. McClernand 1st Brigade (2339) th Colonel Abraham M. Hare, 11 Iowa (w) Colonel Marcellus M. Crocker, 13th Iowa A. 8th Illinois Infantry (476) Captain James M. Ashmore (w) Captain William H. Harvey (k) Captain Robert H. Sturgess B. 11th Iowa Infantry (750) Lieutenant Colonel William Hall (w) C. 13th Iowa Infantry (713) Colonel Marcellus M Crocker D. 18th Illinois Infantry (400) Major Samuel Eaton (w) Captain Daniel H. Brush (w) Captain William J. Dillon (k) Captain Jabez J. Anderson 2nd Brigade (1754) th Colonel C. Carroll Marsh, 20 Illinois A. 11th Illinois Infantry (239) Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. G. Ransom (w) Major Garrett Nevins (w) Captain Lloyd D. Waddell B. 20th Illinois Infantry (526) Lieutenant Colonel Evan Richards (w) Captain Orton Frisbie C. 45th Illinois Infantry (562) Colonel John E. Smith D. 48th Illinois Infantry (427) Colonel Isham N. Haynie (w) Major Manning Mayfield 3rd Brigade (1787) rd Colonel Julius Raith, 43 Illinois (w-mortally) Lieutenant Colonel Enos P. Wood, 17th Illinois A. 17th Illinois Infantry (400) Lieutenant Colonel Enos P. Wood Major Francis M. Smith B. 29th Illinois Infantry (387) Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. Ferrell C. 43rd Illinois Infantry (500) Lieutenant Colonel Adolph Englemann D. 49th Illinois Infantry (500) Lieutenant Colonel Phineas Pease (w) Unattached (660) st A. 1 Illinois Light Artillery, Battery D (62) Captain Edward McAllister (w) (4x24pdr H) B. 2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery D (108) Captain James P. Timony (6xJR) C. 2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery E (78) Lieutenant George L. Nispel (2x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) D. 14th Ohio Light Artillery, Burrow’s Battery (108) Captain Jerome B. Burrows (w) (4x6pdr WR, 2x12pdr WR) E. 1st Battalion, 4th Illinois Cavalry (247) Lieutenant Colonel William McCullough F. Stewart’s Cavalry Company (IL) (57) Lieutenant Ezra King G. Carmichael’s Cavalry Company (IL) (??) Captain Eagleton Carmichael 2nd Division (8267) Brigadier General William H. L. Wallace (w-mortally) Colonel James M. Tuttle, 2nd Iowa 1st Brigade (1804) Colonel James M. Tuttle A. 2nd Iowa Infantry (490) Lieutenant Colonel James Baker B. 7th Iowa Infantry (383) Lieutenant Colonel James C. Parrott C. 12th Iowa Infantry (489) Colonel Joseph J. Woods (w & c) Captain Samuel R. Edgington (c) D. 14th Iowa Infantry (442) Colonel William T. Shaw (c) 2nd Brigade (2296) Brigadier General John McArthur (w) Colonel Thomas Morton, 81st Ohio A. 9th Illinois Infantry (600) Colonel August Mersy B. 12th Illinois Infantry (320) Lieutenant Colonel Augustus L. Chetlain Captain James R. Hugunin C. 81st Ohio Infantry (468) Colonel Thomas Morton D. 13th Missouri Infantry (450) Colonel Crafts J. Wright E. 14th Missouri Infantry (Birge’s Sharpshooters) (458) Colonel B. S. Compton 3rd Brigade (3632) nd Colonel Thomas W. Sweeny, 52 Illinois (w) Colonel Silas D. Baldwin, 57th Illinois A. 7th Illinois Infantry (546) Major Richard Rowett B. 8th Iowa Infantry (689) Colonel James L. Geddes (w & c) C. 50th Illinois Infantry (530) Colonel Moses M. Bane (w) D. 52nd Illinois Infantry (641) Major Henry Stark Captain Edwin A. Bowen E. 57th Illinois Infantry (613) Colonel Silas D. Baldwin Captain Gustav A. Busse F. 58th Illinois Infantry (613) Colonel William F. Lynch (c) Cavender’s Artillery Battalion (181) Major J. S. Cavender A. 1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery D (60) Captain Henry Richardson (4x20pdr PR) B. 1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery H (61) Captain Frederick Welker (2x10pdr PR, 2x20pdr PR) C. 1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery K (60) Captain George H. Stone (4x10pdr PR) Unattached (354) st A. 1 Illinois Light Artillery, Battery A (110) Lieutenant Peter P. Wood (4x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) B. 2nd Illinois Cavalry (Companies A & B) (126) Captain John R. Hotaling (Company A) Captain Thomas J. Larison (Company B) C. 2nd U.S. Cavalry (Company C) (50) ?? D. 4th U.S. Cavalry (Company I) (68) Lieutenant James Powell 3rd Division (7564) Major General Lew Wallace 1st Brigade (1998) th Colonel Morgan L. Smith, 8 Missouri A. 11th Indiana Infantry (631) Colonel George F. McGinnis B. 24th Indiana Infantry (694) Colonel Alvin P. Hovey C. 8th Missouri Infantry (673) Lieutenant Colonel James Peckham 2nd Brigade (2236) st Colonel John M. Thayer, 1 Nebraska A. 1st Nebraska Infantry (549) Lieutenant Colonel William D. McCord B. 23rd Indiana Infantry (633) Colonel William L. Sanderson C. 58th Ohio Infantry (630) Colonel Valentine Bausenwein D. 68th Ohio Infantry (not engaged) (424) Colonel Samuel H. Steadman 3rd Brigade (2541) th Colonel Charles Whittlesey, 20 Ohio A. 20th Ohio Infantry (491) Lieutenant Colonel Manning F. Force B. 56th Ohio Infantry (701) Colonel Peter Kinney C. 76th Ohio Infantry (714) Colonel Charles R. Woods D. 78th Ohio Infantry (635) Colonel Mortimer D. Leggett Unattached (789) A. 9th Indiana Light Artillery, Thompson’s Battery (112) Lieutenant George R. Brown (4x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) B. 1st Missouri Light Artillery, Buel’s Battery (118) Lieutenant Charles H. Thurber (4x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) C. 3rd Battalion, 5th Ohio Cavalry (not engaged) (283) Major Charles S. Hayes D. 3rd Battalion, 11th Illinois Cavalry (not engaged) (276) Major James F. Johnson 4th Division (6690) Brigadier General Stephen A. Hurlbut 1st Brigade (2323) rd Colonel Nelson G. Williams, 3 Iowa (w) Colonel Isaac C. Pugh, 41st Illinois A. 3rd Iowa Infantry (560) Major William M. Stone (c) Lieutenant George W. Crosley B. 28th Illinois Infantry (558) Colonel Amory K. Johnson C. 32nd Illinois Infantry (652) Colonel John Logan (w) D. 41st Illinois Infantry (553) Colonel Isaac C. Pugh Lieutenant Colonel Ansel Tupper (k) Major John Warner Captain John H. Nale 2nd Brigade (2583) th Colonel James C. Veatch, 25 Indiana A. 14th Illinois Infantry (722) Colonel Cyrus Hall B. 15th Illinois Infantry (500) Lieutenant Colonel Edward F. W. Ellis (k) Captain Louis D. Kelley Lieutenant Colonel William Camm, 14th Illinois C. 25th Indiana Infantry (651) Lieutenant Colonel William H. Morgan (w) Major John W. Foster D. 46th Illinois Infantry (710) Colonel John A. Davis (w) Lieutenant Colonel John J. Jones 3rd Brigade (1522) Brigadier General Jacob G. Lauman A. 31st Indiana Infantry (594) Colonel Charles Cruft (w) Lieutenant Colonel John Osborn B. 44th Indiana Infantry (478) Colonel Hugh B. Reed C. 17th Kentucky Infantry (250) Colonel John H. McHenry, Jr. D. 25th Kentucky Infantry (200) Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin H. Bristow Major William B. Hall (w) Captain B. T. Underwood Colonel John H. McHenry, Jr., 17th Kentucky Unattached (262) nd A. 2 Michigan Light Artillery, Battery B (84) Lieutenant Cuthbert W. Laing (2x6pdr S, 4x10pdr PR) B. 13th Ohio Light Artillery, Mann’s Battery (89) Captain John B. Myers (2x6pdr S, 4xJR) C. 1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery C (89) Lieutenant Edward Brotzmann (2x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) D. 1st & 2nd Battalions, 5th Ohio Cavalry (??) Colonel William H. H. Taylor 5th Division (7904) Brigadier General William T. Sherman (w) 1st Brigade (1930) th Colonel John A. McDowell, 6 Iowa (d) A. 6th Iowa Infantry (632) Captain John Williams (w) Captain Madison M. Walden B. 40th Illinois Infantry (597) Colonel Stephen G. Hicks (w) Lieutenant Colonel James W. Boothe C. 46th Ohio Infantry (701) Colonel Thomas Worthington 2nd Brigade (1310) th Colonel David Stuart, 55 Illinois (w) Lieutenant Colonel Oscar Malmborg, 55th Illinois (t) Colonel T. Kilby Smith, 54th Ohio A. 54th Ohio Infantry (400) Colonel T. Kilby Smith Lieutenant Colonel James A. Farden B. 55th Illinois Infantry (400) Lieutenant Colonel Oscar Malmborg C. 71st Ohio Infantry (510) Colonel Rodney Mason 3rd Brigade (1833) th Colonel Jesse Hildebrand, 77 Ohio A. 53rd Ohio Infantry (646) Colonel Jesse J. Appler Lieutenant Colonel Robert A. Fulton B. 57th Ohio Infantry (542) Lieutenant Colonel Americus V. Rice C. 77th Ohio Infantry (645) Lieutenant Colonel Wills De Hass Major Benjamin D. Fearing 4th Brigade (2107) nd Colonel Ralph P. Buckland, 72 Ohio A. 48th Ohio Infantry (606) Colonel Peter J. Sullivan (w) Lieutenant Colonel Job R. Parker B. 70th Ohio Infantry (854) Colonel Joseph R. Cockerill C. 72nd Ohio Infantry (647) Lieutenant Colonel Herman Canfield (k) Colonel Ralph P. Buckland Taylor’s Artillery Battalion (330) Major Ezra Taylor A. 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery B (112) Captain Samuel E. Barrett (4x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) B. 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery E (103) Captain Allen C. Waterhouse (w) Lieutenant Abial R. Abbott (w) Lieutenant John A. Firch (4x3.5in JR, 2x4.5in JR) C. 6th Indiana Light Artillery, Morton’s Battery (115) Captain Frederick Behr (k) (4x6pdr S, 2x12pdr H) Unattached (394) A. 2nd & 3rd Battalions, 4th Illinois Cavalry (291) Colonel T. Lyle Dickey B. Illinois Cavalry Squadron (2 companies) (103) Captain Christian Thielemann 6th Division (7460) Brigadier General Benjamin M. Prentiss (c) 1st Brigade (2790) th Colonel Everett Peabody, 25 Missouri (k) A. 12th Michigan Infantry (832) Colonel Francis Quinn B. 16th Wisconsin Infantry (827) Colonel Benjamin Allen (w) C. 21st Missouri Infantry (617) Colonel David Moore (w) Lieutenant Colonel H. M. Woodyard D. 25th Missouri Infantry (514) Lieutenant Colonel Robert T. Van Horn 2nd Brigade (2509) th Colonel Madison Miller, 18 Missouri (c) A. 16th Iowa Infantry (785) Colonel Alexander Chambers (w) Lieutenant Colonel Addison H. Sanders B. 18th Wisconsin Infantry (735) Colonel James S. Alban (k) C. 61st Illinois Infantry (437) Colonel Jacob Fry D. 18th Missouri Infantry (552) Lieutenant Colonel Isaac V. Pratt (c) Unattached (2161) th A. 15 Iowa Infantry (782) Colonel Hugh T. Reid (w) B. 23rd Missouri Infantry (490) Colonel Jacob T. Tindall (k) Lieutenant Colonel Quin Morton (c) C. 1st Minnesota Light Artillery, Munch’s Battery (126) Captain Emil Munch (w) Lieutenant William Pfaender (2x12pdr H, 4xJR) D. 5th Ohio Light Artillery, Hickenlooper’s Battery (137) Captain Andrew Hickenlooper (2x6pdr S, 4xJR) E. 1st & 2nd Battalions, 11th Illinois Cavalry (626) Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll Unattached th (2002) A. 14 Wisconsin Infantry (750) Colonel David E. Wood B. 15th Michigan Infantry (750) Colonel John M. Oliver C. 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery H (83) Captain Axel Silfversparre (4x20pdr PR) D. 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery I (83) Captain Edward Bouton (6xJR) E. 2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery B (112) Captain Relly Madison (5x24pdr SG) F. 2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery F (112) Captain John W. Powell (w) (6x6pdr S) G. Ohio Light Artillery, 8th Battery (112) Captain Louis Markgraf (6x30pdr PR) Key: Artillery listings, in green, are in the following format: (<number guns>x<gun size> gun type) S = Smoothbore H = Howitzer JR = James Rifles WR = Wiard Rifles PR = Parrott Rifles SG = Siege Guns Leader status listings, in red are used in the following way: w = Wounded w-mortally = Mortally wounded k = Killed c = Captured d = Disabled t = Temporarily commanding Note: On all of the OOB’s which I have seen dealing with the Army of the Tennessee, the total manpower is listed as 47,721 men. I come up with a total of 46,427 men. As most unit strengths appear to either be rounded off or guessed at anyway, this is probably close to the actual number engaged.
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