Alan J. PittsJackson's Division order of battleTue Mar 6 17:08:33 2001
Forrest had ordered all Tennessee regiments to be consolidated into six regiments. In some cases Tennesseans from other commands were placed in consolidated companies. For instance, all Tennesseans from the 12th Kentucky Cav. were reorganized into one company. These regiments were placed in brigades led by Brig.Gens. Tyree H. Bell and Alexander H. Campbell.Bell's Brigade10th (DeMoss's) Tennessee Cav. Regt.\11th (Holman's) Tennessee Cav. Regt./18th (Newsom's) Tennessee Cav. Regt. \20th (Russell's) Tennessee Cav. Regt./21st (Wilson's) Tennessee Cav. Regt. \22nd (Barteau's) Tennessee Cav. Regt./19th (Biffle's) Tennessee Cav. Regt.Campbell's Brigade14th (Neely's) Tennessee Cav. Regt. \15th (Stewart's) Tennessee Cav. Regt. \21st (N. W. Carter's) Tennessee Cav. Regt./22nd (Nixon's) Tennessee Cav. Regt. /7th (Duckworth's) Tennessee Cav. Regt.In addition the 26th Tenn. Cav. Battn. had been consolidated with the 12th (Richardson's) Tenn. Cav. Regt. However, I don't know its brigade assignment. Note that six regiments already appear in Campbell's and Bell's brigades. Also, remnants of the 1st Confederate probably shold be in this order of battle. Biffle's regiment was consolidated to seven companies so I don't know why it should appear as a single regiment when at least one other command could have been consolidated with it. A final note: Bell was by far the more experienced field commander of the two brigadiers and therefore may have been assigned more troops for that reason.Finally, Morton's Battery was assigned to this division.