Order of Battle

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England

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Commander Lt. Gen. Charles, Earl Cornwallis, commanding

Headquarters

Staff
17th Light Dragoons
Marines

Artillery

Royal Regiment of Artillery
(plus detachments of sailors manning guns from scuttled ships

British Infantry

Brigade of Foot Guards
Brig. Gen. Charles O'Hara

Two battalions

>Light Infantry Brigade
Lt. Col. Robert Abercromby, 38th Foot

1st Battalion
(Light companies from the 4th, 15th, 17th, 23rd, 27th, 33rd, and 38th Foot)
2nd Battalion
(Light companies from the 37th, 40th, 43rd, 45th, 49th, 55th, 63rd, and 71st Foot)
82nd Foot

1st Brigade
Lt. Col. John Yorke, 22nd Foot

17th Foot
23rd Foot
33rd Foot
71st Foot, 2nd Battalion

2nd Brigade
Lt. Col. Thomas Dundas, 80th Foot

43rd Foot
76th Foot
80th Foot

German Infantry

Ansbach-Bayreuth Contingent
Col. August von Voigt

1st Regiment
2nd Regiment
Artillery company

Hesse-Kassel Contingent
Lt. Col. Matthew von Fuchs

Erb Prinz (Prince Hereditaire) Regiment
von Bose Regiment
Jaeger Company
Artillery Company

 

Loyalists

Queen's Rangers
British Legion
North Carolina Volunteers
Detachments
Pioneers

 

 

American

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Commander Gen. George Washington, commanding

Headquarters

4th Continental Light Dragoons
Armand's Legion

Artillery
Brig. Gen. Henry Knox

1st Continental Artillery (1 company)
2nd Continental Artillery (9 companies)
4th Continental Artillery (3 companies)
Sappers and miners (4 companies)

Infantry

Light Division
Maj. Gen. Marquis de Lafayette

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. Peter Muhlenberg
Col. Vose’s Battalion
(8 Massachusetts light infantry companies)
Lt. Col. Gimat’s Battalion
(5 Connecticut, 2 Massachusetts, and 1 Rhode Island light infantry companies)
Lt. Col. Barber’s Battalion
(2 New Hampshire, 2 New Jersey, and Canadian Regiment light infantry companies and 3 New Jersey line companies)
2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. Moses Hazen
Lt. Col. Scammell’s battalion[1]
(2 New Hampshire, 3 Massachusetts, and 3 Connecticut light infantry companies)
Lt. Col. Hamilton’s Battalion[1]
(2 New York light infantry companies; 2 New York and 2 Connecticut provisional light infantry companies)
Hazen’s Canadian Regiment

2nd Division
Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. James Clinton
1st New York
2nd New York
2nd Brigade
Col. Elias Dayton
1st New Jersey
2nd New Jersey
Rhode Island Regiment

3rd Division
Maj. Gen. Baron von Steuben

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. Anthony Wayne
1st Pennsylvania Battalion
2nd Pennsylvania Battalion
2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. Mordecai Gist
3rd Maryland
4th Maryland

Virginia Militia
General Thomas Nelson

1st Brigade
Brig. Gen. George Weedon
2nd Brigade
Brig. Gen. Robert Lawson
3rd Brigade
Brig. Gen. Edward Stevens
Dabney’s State Legion

 

  1. ^ a b Reorganized on October 1 after Scammell was mortally wounded. All the Connecticut companies were grouped under Lt. Col. John Laurens in Scammell's Battalion. All of the Massachusetts companies were sent to Hamilton.
 

 

 

France

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Commander Lt. Gen. Comte de Rochambeau, commanding

Artillery

Lt. Col. Comte d'Aboville

Auxonne Regiment
Metz Regiment

Infantry

Maj. Gen. Baron de Viomenil's Division

Brigade Bourbonnois
Col. Marquis de Laval
Bourbonnois Regiment
Royal Deux-Ponts Regiment

Maj. Gen. Vicomte de Viomenil's Division

Brigade Soissonois
Col. Marquis de St. Maime
Soissonois Regiment (2 battalions)
Saintonge Regiment (2 battalions)

Maj. Gen. Marquis de St. Simon's Division

Brigade Agenois
Col. Marquis d'Audechamp
Agenois Regiment (2 battalions)
Gatinois Regiment
Brigade Touraine
Col. Vicomte de Pondeux
Touraine Regiment (2 battalions)

Detachment at Gloucester

Brig. Gen. Marquis de Choisy

Marines
Lauzun's Legion
(2 squadrons of hussars from the compagnie generale and 2 eme Legion, 4 companies of infantry and detachment of gunners, 2 eme Legion)

The Count de Rochambeau Lieutenant General
The Baron deViomenil Marechal de Camp (Major General)
Chevalier de Chatellux Marechal de Camp (Major General)
Marquis de St. Simon Marechal de Camp (Major General)
Count de Vio-menil Marechal de Camp (Major General)
De Choisy Brigadier (Brigadier General)
Duke de Lauzun Brigadier (Brigadier General)
De Beville Brigadier (Brigadier General)
De Custine Brigadier (Brigadier General)

TROOPS

Men

Thirteenth Regiment of Bourbonnais 1000
Forty-first Regiment of Soissonnaisi 1000
Thirty-fourth Regiment of Touraine 1000
Sixteenth Regiment of Agenois 1000
Eighty-fourth Regiment of Saintonge 1000
Eighteenth Regiment of Gatinaisi 1000
One hundred and fourth Regiment of Royal Deux Fonts 1000
Legion of Lauzun 600
Volunteers of St. Simon 300
Detachments of the fleet 800
Artillery, miners, and workmen 600
Total of French Army 9300

French Navy

Count de Grasse General Officers
De Barras General Officers
De Montreuil General Officers
Bougainville General Officers
Warships 36
Frigates 8
War Sloops 6
Transports 26

Artillery

24 pounders 12
16 pounders 10
12 pounders 10
12" Mortars 8
Howitzers 8
Total Ordnance 90 pieces.

 


 


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French Army

The French forces at Yorktown came from two separate sources. The larger force, under the command of Lieutenant General the Comte de Rochambeau, landed at Newport, Rhode Island in 1780, and marched overland to join Washington's army outside New York in the summer of 1781. These troops marched with Washington's army from New York to Yorktown. More of the French troops were transported by boat on the Chesapeake than Americans, due to the French fleet commanders' preferences for transporting their own. The second source for French troops was the Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue, where Admiral de Grasse picked up more than 3,000 troops under the command of Major General the Marquis de St. Simon before departing for North America. The land forces were also supplemented by a number of marines provided by de Grasse in support of the siege.

Commander Lt. Gen. Comte de Rochambeau, commanding

Artillery
Lt. Col. Comte d'Aboville

Auxonne Regiment
Metz Regiment

Infantry
Maj. Gen. Baron de Viomenil's Division

Brigade Bourbonnois
Col. Marquis de Laval
Bourbonnois Regiment
Royal Deux-Ponts Regiment

Maj. Gen. Vicomte de Viomenil's Division

Brigade Soissonois
Col. Marquis de St. Maime
Soissonois Regiment (2 battalions)
Saintonge Regiment (2 battalions)

Maj. Gen. Marquis de St. Simon's Division

Brigade Agenois
Col. Marquis d'Audechamp
Agenois Regiment (2 battalions)
Gatinois Regiment
Brigade Touraine
Col. Vicomte de Pondeux
Touraine Regiment (2 battalions)

Detachment at Gloucester
Brig. Gen. Marquis de Choisy

Marines
Lauzun's Legion
(2 squadrons of hussars from the compagnie generale and 2 eme Legion, 4 companies of infantry and detachment of gunners, 2 eme Legion)