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1,854) Staff: 4 5th N. C. - Maj. William J. 552) 12th N. C. - Col. Henry E. 339) 20th N. C. Col. 472) 23rd N. C. - Col. 487) RAMSEUR'S BRIGADE Col. 1,835) Staff: 4 2nd N. C. - Col. William P. 510) 4th N. C. - Col. 465) 14th N. C. - Col. Risden T. 450) 30th N. C. - Col. Gen. 2,344) Staff: 4 4th Ga. - Col. 498) 44th Ga. - Col. John B. 486) 1st N. C. - Col. S. Stokes (576) 3rd N. C. - Col. W. L. DeRosset (780) Fry's Orange Va. Btty. - Cpt. Chas. W. 91) 1/3R; 1/12H; 3/6SB King William Va. Arty. - Cpt, Thomas H.
Law (NA) Staff: 4 4th Ala. - Col. Pickney D. 353) 6th N. C. - Col. Samuel McD. 519) 44th Ala. - Col. Chas. A. 363) 54th N. C. - Col. J. C. S. McDowell (NA) 57th N. C. - Col. A. C. Gen. James B. 1,736) Staff: 5 3rd Ark. - Col. Samuel G. 479) 1st Texas - Col. A. T. 427) 4th Texas - Col, J. C. G. 416) 5th Texas - Col. R. M. 409) HOOD'S DIVISION ARTILLERY - (c,282) German S. C. Artillery - Cpt. Wm. K. 71)4/12N Palmetto S. C. Light Artillery - Cpt. Hugh R. 63) 1/12H; 1/12N; 2/6SB Rowan N. C. Arty. - Cpt.
Engineers, the middle; and 1st Lt. Charles E. Cross of the regular army engineers, the lower ones. F 10 December 1862 The army would cross into Fredericksburg and sweep up from both Marye's Heights and Prospect Hill, going north to dislodge the Confederates. Sumner's Right Grand Division lay at Falmouth, occupying the heights and securing the right flank of Burnside's army. Once pontoons were laid, they would secure the town, and then take the heights. This constituted half Burnside's main thrust, as he elected not to use the fords north-northwest of the city because he felt this would telegraph his plans to Lee (unfortunately, his wagons, teamsters, and mules conveyed his plans anyway).