Maryland 1st Infantry Regiment






HISTORICAL NOTES:

The Maryland 1st Infantry Regiment was assembled at Winchester, Virginia, during the early summer of 1861, It fought in General Elzey's Brigade, then the Maryland Line, and was active at First Manassas , in Jackson's Valley Campaign, and the Seven Days' Battles. On August 11, 1862, the unit disbanded at Gordonsville, Virginia.

On line site dedicated to this regiment.


FIELD OFFICERS:

Colonels:
Arnold Elzey
Bradley T. Johnson
George H. Steuart

Lieutenant Colonel:
Edward R. Dorsey



Brig. Gen. George Hume Steuart

ASSIGNMENTS


General Elzey's Brigade The Maryland Line Jackson's Valley Campaign


BATTLES:

First Manassas
Seven Days' Battles


ROSTERS:

The rolls of this regiment contains the names of 1,141 men.

Field Staff and Band
Company A
Company B
Company C
Company D
Company E
Company F
Company G
Company H
Company I


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