Unit History – 1st Maryland Infantry

7 06 2022

Was assembled at Winchester, Virginia, during the early summer of 1861 with about 600 men. 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. Its commanders were Colonels Arnold Elzey, Bradley T. Johnson, and George H. Steuart, and Lieutenant Colonel Edward R. Dorsey.

From Joseph H. Crute, Jr., Units of the Confederate States Army, pp. 161-162


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