Additional time line information for Corse's brigade/Pickett's Division and 29th Virginia that would indicate this regiment was not assigned to Corse until March at the earliest.
Corse's brigade at Fredericksburg Dec 11-15, 1862
ADJT. AND INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 298.
Richmond, Va., December 20, 1862.
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XVI. Brigadier General R. E. Colston, Provisional Army, will report to Major General Arnold Elzey, commanding, &c., in this city, for duty in command of a brigade, to be composed of the following regiments, &c.:
Twenty-ninth Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Fiftieth Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Fifty-fourth Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Sixty-third Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Twenty-seventh Battalion Virginia Volunteers.
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By command of the Secretary of War:
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA,
February 14, 1863.
Honorable JAMES A. SEDDON, Secretary of War:
I have directed General Pickett's division to march to-morrow for Richmond and General Hood's division to be held in readiness.
Feb 21, 1863-Pickett's Division moves to camps near Petersburg from Richmond
Abstract from Field Return of Troops
commanded by Major General S. G. French, for February 28, 1863.
Forces on Blackwater.
Twenty-ninth Regiment Virginia Volunteers.
Major General G. E. PICKETT'S DIVISION.
(In camp near Petersburg, Va.)
And, as previously posted, the 29th Virginia is shown as part of French's command at Petersubrg as of March 10. 1863.