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The Army of Northern Virginia
Gettysburg Campaign - Order of Battle

69,915 men
280 artillery pieces
(Last Updated 2/8/2021)


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Gen. Robert E. Lee
Army of Northern Virginia Commanding General
Strength: 70,100 men, 280 guns
Casualties: 4,560 killed, 14,500 wounded, 5,700+ missing, 22,560 total


Chief-of-Staff & Inspector General: Col R. H. Chilton

Chief of Artillery: Brig. Gen. William N. Pendleton

Chief of Engineers (acting): Maj. Gen. Isaac Trimble (w)

Chief of Ordnance: Lt. Col. Briscoe G. Baldwin

Chief of Commissary: Lt. Col. Robert G. Cole

Chief Quartermaster: Lt. Col. James L. Corley

Judge Advocate: Maj. H. E. Young

Military Secretary (acting Assistant Chief of Artillery); A. L. Long

Aide-de-Camp and Assistant Military Secretary: Maj. Charles Marshall

Aide-de-Camp and Assistant Inspector General: Maj. Charles S. Venable

Staff Engineer: Capt. S.R. Johnson

Medical Director: Dr. Lafayette Guild

Headquarters and Staff, 17

Escort: 39th VA Cavalry Battalion C, 43, Maj. John H. Richardson​



First Corps
Strength: 20,700 men, 87 guns
Casualties: 1,580 killed, 4,100 wounded, 1,980+ missing, 7,660 total


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Lt. Gen. James Longstreet

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McLaws's Division
, 6,924, Maj. Gen. Lafayette McLaws

Kershaw's Brigade, Brig. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw, 2,183

2nd SC (Palmetto), 412, Col. John D. Kennedy (w), Lt. Col. F. Gaillard​
3rd SC, 406, Maj. Robert C. Maffett, Col. James D. Nance
7th SC A-M, 408, t. Col. Elbert Bland (w), Col. D. Wyatt Aiken​
8th SC A-M, 300, Col. John W. Henagan, Lt. Col. Axalla John Hoole, Maj. Donald Mc. McLeod (k), Col. S. G. Malloy​
15th SC, 488, Col. William D. De Saussure (k), Maj. William M. Gist​
3rd SC Battalion (James) A-G, 203, Lt. Col. William G. Rice​

Semmes's Brigade, 1,334, Brig. Gen. Paul Jones Semmes (mw), Col. Goode Bryan

10th GA, 303, Col. John B. Weems (w)​
50th GA, 302, Col. William R. Manning. Lt. Col. Francis Kearse (k), Capt. A. S. McGlashan, Maj. William O. Fleming​
51st GA, 303, Col. Edward Ball​
53rd GA, 422, Col. James P. Simms

Barksdale's Brigade, 1,620, Brig. Gen. William Barksdale (mw), Col. Benjamin G. Humphreys

13th MS, 481, Col. James W. Carter (k), Lt. Col. Kennon McElroy (w)​
17th MS, 469, Col. William D. Holder (w), Lt. Col. John C. Fiser (w)​
18th MS, 242, Col. Thomas M. Griffin (w), Lt. Col. William H. Luse (c), Maj. George B. Gerald​
21st MS A, C-L, 424, Col. Benjamin G. Humprheys, Maj. Daniel N. Moody​

Wofford's Brigade, 1,398, Brig. Gen. William T. Wofford

16th GA, 393, Col. Goode Bryan
18th GA, 302, Lt. Col. Solon Z. Ruff​
24th GA, 303, Col. Robert McMillan
Cobb's GA Legion A-G, 213, Lt. Col. Luther J. Glenn​
Phillip's GA Legion A-F, L, M, O, 273, Lt. Col. Elihu S. Barclay​

Division Artillery Batallion, 16 guns, 378 men, Col. Henry G. Cabell

Pulaski (GA) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 63, Capt. John C.Fraser (mw), Lt. William J. Furlong​
Troup County (GA) Light Battery (2 12-pound howitzers, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 94, Capt. Henry H. Carlton (w), Lt. Columbus W. Motes​
1st NC Artillery, Ellis Light, Battery A (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 131, Capt. Basil C. Manly​
1st Richmond (VA) Howitzer Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 90, Capt. Edward S. McCarthy​

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Pickett's Division
, 5,578 Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett

Garnett's Brigade, 1,459, Brig. Gen. Richard B. Garnett (k), Maj. Joseph R. Cabell, Maj. Charles S. Payton

8th VA, 193, Col. Eppa Hunton (w), Lt. Col. Norborne Berkeley (w, c). Maj. Edmund Berkeley (w), Lt. John Gray​
18th VA, 312, Lt. Col. Henry A. Carrington (w, c), Col. Robert E. Withers​
19th VA, 328, Col. Henry Gantt (w), Lt. Col. John T. Ellis (k), Maj. Charles S. Peyton (w)​
28th VA A-G, I-K, 333, Col. Robert C. Allen (k), Lt. Col. William Watts​
56th VA, 289, Col. William D. Stuart (mw), Lt. Col. P. P. Slaughter, Capt. JamesC. Wyatt (mw), Capt. Frank W. Nelson​

Kemper's Brigade, 1,634, Brig. Gen. James L. Kemper (w, c), Col. Joseph Mayo Jr. (w), Col. William R. Terry

1st VA (Williams's Rifles), B-D, G-I, 209, Col. Lewis B. Williams Jr. (k), Lt. Col. Francis G. Skinner, Maj. Francis H. Lanhley (w), Capt. George F. Norton (w), Capt. Thomas Davis (w), Capt. Banjamin F. Howard​
7th VA, A-G, I-K, 335, Col. Waller T. Patton (mw, c), Lt. Col. C. C. Flowerree, Capt. Alphonso N. Jones​
11th VA, 359, Maj. Kirkwood Otey (w), Capt. James R. Hutter (w , c)​
24th VA, 395, Col. William R. Terry (w), Capt. William N. Bentley (w)​

Armistead's Brigade, 2,055, Brig. Gen. Lewis A. Armistead (k), Col. William R. Aylett (w)

9th VA A-G, I-K, 318, Maj. John C. Owens (mw), Capt. James J. Phillips​
14th VA, 422, Col. James G. Hodges (k), Col. William White (w)​
38th VA, 400, Col. Edward C. Edmonds (k), Lt. Col. Powhatan B. Whittle (w, c)​
53rd VA, 435, Col. William R. Aylett (w), Lt. Col. Rawley White Martin (w, c)​
57th VA, 476, Col. John Bowie Magruder (mw, c), Maj. Clement R. Fontaine​

Division Artillery, 18 guns, 419 men, Maj. James Dearing

Fauguier (VA) Battery (formerly 49th VA Infantry, Battery G) (4 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 134, Capt. Robert M. Stribling​
Lynchburg (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 96, Capt. Joseph G. Blount​
Richmond (Fayette, VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 90, Capt. Miles C. Macon​
Richmond (Hampden, VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 1 3-inch rifle,1 10-pound Parrott), 90, Capt. William H. Caskie​

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Hood's Division
, 19 guns, 7,375 men, Maj. Gen. John B. Hood (w), Brig. Gen. Evander McIver Law

Law's Brigade, 1,933, Brig. Gen. Evander McIver Law, Col. James L. Sheffield

4th AL, 308, Col. Pinckney D. Bowles, Col. Lawrence H. Scruggs​
15th AL A-L, 499, Col. William C. Oates, Capt. Blanton A. Hill​
44th AL, 363, Col. William F. Perry, Maj. George W. Cary​
47th AL, 347, Col. James W. Jackson, Lt. Col. Michael J. Bulger (w, c), Maj. James M. Campbell​
48th AL, 374, Col. James L. Sheffield, Capt. T. J. Eubanks​

The Texas Brigade, 1,743, Brig. Gen. Jerome B. Robertson (w), Lt. Col. Phillip A. Work

3rd AK, 479, Col. Vannoy H. Manning (w), Lt. Col. Robert S. Taylor​
1st TX A-M, 426, Lt. Col. Phillip A. Work, Maj. Frederick S. Bass​
4th TX, 415, Col. John C. G. Key (w), Lt. Col. Banjamin F. Carter (mw), Maj. John P. Bane​
5th TX, 409, Col. Robert M. Powell (w), Lt. Col. King Bryan (w), Maj. Jefferson C. Rogers​

Anderson's Brigade, 1,874, Brig. Gen. George T. Anderson (w), Lt. Col. William Luffman

7th GA, 377, Col. William W. White​
8th GA, 312, Col. John R. Towers (w), Capt. Dunlap Scott​
9th GA B-K, 340, Lt. Col. John C. Mounger (k), Maj. William M. Jones (w), Capt. George Hillyer​
11th GA, 310, Col. Francis H. Little (w), Lt. Col. William Luffman, Maj. Henry D. McDaniel (w, c), Capt. William H. Mitchell​
59th GA, 525, Col. William A. Jackson Brown (w, c), Maj. Bolivar H. Gee, Col. Maston G. Bass​

Benning's Brigade, 1,420, Brig. Gen. Henry L. Benning

2nd GA, 348, Lt. Col. William T. Harris (k), Maj. William S. Shephard​
15th GA, 368. Col. Dudley McIver DuBose
17th GA, 350, Col. Wesley C. Hodges​
20th GA, 350, Col. John A. Jones (k), Lt. Col. James D. Waddell​

Division Artillery, 19 guns, 403 men, Maj. Mathias W. Henry, Maj. John C. Haskell

1st NC Artillery (Rowan) Battery D (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts, & 2 3-inch rifles), 148, Capt. James Reilly​
3rd or13th? NC Artillery Battalion (Branch's) Battery F (1 6-pound & 1 12-pound howitzer, 3 12-pound Napoleons), 112, Capt. Alexander C. Latham​
Charleston (SC) "German" Light Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 71, Capt. William K. Bachman​
Palmetto (SC) Light Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons & 2 10-pound Parrotts),63, Capt. Hugh H. Garden​

1st Corps Reserve Artillery, 34 guns, 918 men, Col. James B. Walton

Alexander's Artillery Battalion, 24 guns, 576 men, Col. E. Porter Alexander, Maj. Frank Huger​
Madison (LA) Battery (4 24-pound howitzers), 135, Capt. George V. Moody​
Brooks (SC) Light Battery (4 12-pound howitzers), 71, Capt. William W. Fickling, Lt. S. Capers Gilbert (w)​
Ashland (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts),103, Capt. Pichegru Woolfolk Jr. (w), Lt. James Woolfolk​
Bath (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 90, Capt. Osmond B. Taylor​
Bedford (VA) Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 78, Capt. Tyler C. Jordan​
Richmond (VA) Parker Battery (3 3-inch rifles, 1 10-pound Parrott), 90, Capt. William W. Parker, Lt. J. Thompson Brown, Lt. George E. Saville​
Washington (Louisiana) Artillery Battalion, 10 guns, 338 men, Maj. Benjamin F. Eshleman​
1st Co. (1 12-pound Napoleon), 77, Capt. Charles W. Squires, Lt. C. H. C. Brown(w, c)​
2nd Co. (2 12-pound Napoleons, 1 12-pound howitzer), 80, Capt. John B. Richardson​
3rd Co. (3 12-pound Napoleons), 92, Capt. Merritt B. Miller, Lt. Anrew Hero Jr.​
4th Co. (2 12-pound Napoleons, 1 12-pound howitzer), 80, Capt. Joseph Norcom, Lt. Henry A. Battles​


Second Corps
Strength: 20,700 men, 78 guns
Casualties: 1,270 killed, 3,680 wounded, 1,650+ missing, 6,600 total


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Lt. Gen. Richard S. Ewell

Escort, 39th VA Cavalry Battalion C, 31, Capt. William F. Randolph​

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Early's Division
, 16 guns, 5,460 men, Maj. Gen. Jubal A. Early

Hays's Brigade, 1,295, Brig. Gen. Harry T. Hays

5th LA, 196, Col. Henry Forno, Maj. Alexander Hart (w), Capt. Thomas H. Briscoe​
6th LA, 218, Col. Willia Monaghan, Lt. Col. Joseph Hanlon​
7th LA, 235, Col. Davidson B. Penn​
8th LA, 296, Col. Travanion D. Lewis (k), Lt. Col. Alcibiades de Blanc (w), Maj. German A. Lester​
9th LA A-I, 347, Col. Leroy A. Stafford​

Smith's Brigade, 806, Brig. Gen. William Smith

31st VA, 267, Col. John S. Hoffman​
49th VA A-F, H-K, 281, Lt. Col. Jonathan Catlett Gibson​
52nd VA, 254, Lt. Col. James H. Skinner (w), Lt. Col. John D. Ross​

Hoke's Brigade, 1,244, Col. Isaac E. Avery (mw), Col. Archibald C. Godwin

6th NC State Troops, 509, Lt. Col. Robert F. Webb, Maj. Samuel McD. Tate​
21st NC A, C,D, F-M, 436, Col. William W. Kirkland
57th NC, 297, Col. Archibald C. Godwin​

Gordon's Brigade, 1,813, Brig. Gen. John B. Gordon

13th GA, 312, Col. James M. Smith​
26th GA, 315, Col. Edmund D. Atkinson​
31st GA, 252, Col. Clement A. Evans (w)​
38th GA, 341, Capt. William L. McLeod (k)​
60th GA, 299, Capt. Water B. Jones​
61st GA, 288, Col. John H. Lamar

Division Artillery Battalion, 16 guns, 290 men, Lt. Col Hilary P. Jones, Capt. James McD. Carrington, Lt. Col. Hilary P. Jones

LA Guard Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 60, Capt. Charles Thompson (k), Capt. Charles A. Green​
Charlottesville (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 71, Capt. James McD. Carrington​
Richmond ("Courtney", VA) Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 90, Capt. William A. Tanner​
Staunton (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 60, Capt. Asher W. Gardner​

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Johnson's Division
, 6,433, Maj. Gen. Edward Johnson

Steuart's Brigade, 2,121, Brig. Gen. George H. Steuart

1st MD Battalion A-G, 400, Lt. Col. James R. Herbert (w), Maj. William C. Goldsborough (w, c), Capt. John W. Torsch, Capt. James P. Crane​
1st NC State Troops, 377, Lt. Col. Hamilton A. Brown​
3rd NC, 548, Maj. William A. Parsley​
10 VA A-L, 276, Col. Edward T. H. Warren
23rd VA, 251, Lt. Col. Simeon T. Walton​
37th VA A-F, G,I, H-K, 264, Maj. Henry C. Wood​

Nicholls's Brigade (Louisiana Tigers), 1,104, Col. Eugene Waggaman (w), Col. Jesse M. Williams

1st LA A-G, I-K, 172, Lt. Col. Michael Nolan, Capt. Thomas Rice, Capt. Edward D. Willett​
2nd LA, 236, Maj. Ross E. Burke (w, c)​
10th LA, 226, Maj. Thomas N. Powell​
14th LA, 281, Lt. Col. David Zable​
15th LA, 186, Maj. Andrew Brady​

The Stonewall Brigade, 1,323, Brig. Gen. James A. Walker

2nd VA, 333, Col. John Q. A. Nadenbousch​
4th VA A-I, L, 257, Maj. Williams Terry​
5th VA A, C-L, 345, Lt. Col. Hazael J. Williams Jr. (w), Maj. James W. Newton, Col. John H. S. Funk​
27th VA B-H, 148, Lt. Col. Daniel M. Shriver​
33rd VA, 236, Capt. Jacob B. Golladay​

Jones's Brigade, 1,520, Brig. Gen. John M. Jones (w), Lt. Col. Robert H. Dungan, Col. Bradley T. Johnson

21st VA A, C-K, 236, Col. William P. Moseley​
25th VA, 280, Col. John C. Higginbotham (w), Lt. Col. John A. Robinson​
42nd VA, 265, Lt. Col. Robert W. Withers (w), Capt. Jesse M. Richardson (w), Capt. Samuel H. Saunders​
44th VA B-K, 227, Maj. Norvell Cobb (w), Capt. Thomas R. Buckner​
48th VA, 265, Col. Robert H, Dungan, Lt. Col. Oscar White, Col. Robert H. Dungan​
50th VA. 240, Lt. Col. Logan H. N. Salyer​

Division Artillery Battalion, 16 guns, 356 men, Lt. Col. R. Snowden Andrews (w), Maj. J.W. Latimer (mw), Capt. Charles I. Raine

1st MD Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 90, Capt. William F. Dement​
4th MD (Chesapeake) Battery (4 10-pound Parrotts), 76, Capt. William D. Brown (k), Lt. Charles S. Contee (w)​
Allegheny (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 91, Capt. John C. Carpenter, Lt. William T. Lambie, Capt. John C. Carpenter​
Lynchburg "Lee" (VA) Battery (1 3-inch rifle, 1 10-pound Parrott, 2 20-pound Parrotts), 90, Capt. Charles I. Raine, Lt. William W. Hardwicke​

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Rodes's Division
, 7,986, Maj. Gen. Robert E. Rodes

Daniel's Brigade, 2,162, Brig. Gen. Junius Daniel

32nd NC A,B, D-K, 454, Col. Edmund C. Brable​
43rd NC, 572, Lt. Col. Thomas S. Kenan (w, c), Lt. Col. William G. lewis​
45th NC, 570, Lt. Col. Samuel H. Boyd (w, c), Maj. John R. Winston (w, c), Capt. Alexander H. Galloway (w)​
53rd NC, A,B, D-K 322, Capt. William A. Owens​
2nd NC Battalion A,B, D-H, 240, Lt. Col. Hezekiah L. Andrews (k), Maj. John M. Hancock (w, c), Capt. Van Brown​

Iverson's Brigade, 1,384, Brig. Gen. Alfred Iverson, Capt. Donal P. Halsey

5th NC State Trrops, 473, Lt. Col. John W. Lea, Capt. Speight B. West (w), Capt. Benjamin Robinson (w)​
12th NC, 219, Lt. Col. William S. Davis​
20th NC, 372, Lt. Col. Nelson Slough (w), Capt. Louis T. Hicks​
23rd NC, 316, Col. Daniel H. Christie (mw), Lt. Col. Charles C. Blacknall (w, c), Capt. William H. Johnston (c)​

Doles's Brigade, 1,323, Brig. Gen. George Doles

4th GA, 341, Col. David R. E. Winn (k), Maj. William H. Willis​
12th GA, 327, Col. Edward Willis​
21st GA, 287, Col. John T. Mercer​
44th GA, 364, Col. Samuel P. Lumpkin (mw), Maj. William H. Peebles​

Ramseur's Brigade, 1,027, Brig. Gen. Stephen Dodson Ramseur

2nd NC State Troops, 243, Maj. Daniel W. Hurtt (w), Capt. James T, Scales​
4th NC State Troops, 196, Col Bryan Grimes
14th NC, 306, Col. R. Tyler Bennett (w), Maj. Joseph H. Lambeth​
30th NC, 278, Col. Francis M. Parker (w), Maj. Willia W. Sillers​

O'Neal's Brigade, 1,688, Col. Edward A. O'Neal

3rd AL A-L, 350, Lt. Col. Charles Forsyth, Col. Cullen A. Battle​
5th AL, 317, Col. Josephus M. Hall​
6th AL, 382, Col. James N. Lightfoot (w), Capt. Milledge L. Bowie​
12th AL, 317, Col. Samuel B. Pickens
26th AL, 319, Lt. Col. John C. Goodgame​

Division Artillery, 16 guns, 385 men, Lt. Col. Thomas A. Carter

Jefferson Davis (AL) (4 3-inch rifles), 79, Capt. William J. Reese​
King William (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 103, Capt. William P. Carter​
Morris (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 114, Capt. Richard C. M. Page (w), Lt. Samuel H. Pendleton​
Richmond "Orange" (VA) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 80, Capt. Charles W. Fry​

2nd Corps Reserve Artillery, 30 guns, 648 men, Col. J. Thompson Brown

1st VA Artillery Battalion, 20 guns, 367 men, Capt. Willis J. Dance​
Powhatan (VA) Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 78, Lt. John M. Cunningham​
2nd Richmond (VA) Howitzer Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 64, Capt. David Watson​
3rd Richmond (VA) Howitzer Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 62, Capt. Benjamin H. Smith Jr.​
1st Rockbridge (VA) Battery (4 20-pound Parrotts), 85, Capt. Archibald Graham​
Salem (VA) "Flying" Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 66, Lt. Charles B. Griffin​
Nelson's Artillery Battalion, 10 guns, 277 men, Lt. Col. William Nelson​
GA Regular Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 1 10-pound Parrott), 73, Capt. John Milledge Jr.​
Amherst (VA) Battery (3 12-pound Napoleons), 105, Capt. Thomas J. Kirkpatrick​
Fluvanna (VA) "Consolidated" Battery (3 12-pound Napoleons, 1 3-inch rifle), 90, Capt. John L. Massie​



Third Corps
Strength: 22,100 men, 84 guns
Casualties: 1,660 killed, 4,470 wounded, 1,870+ missing, 8,000 total


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Lt. Gen. Ambrose Powell Hill

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Heth's Division
, 7,461, Maj. Gen. Henry Heth (w), Brig. Gen. James J. Pettigrew (w)

1st Brigade, 2,584, Brig. Gen. James J. Pettigrew (w), Col. James K. Marshall (w, c), Maj. John T. Jones

11th NC, 617, Col. Collett Leventhorpe (w, c)​
26th NC, 843, Col. Henry K. Burgwyn Jr. (k), Lt. Col. John R. Lane (w), Maj. Jonh T. Jones, Capt. S. W. Brewer (w, c), Capt. H. C. Albright​
47th NC, 567, Col. G. H. Faribault (w), Lt. Col. John A. Graves (w, c), Maj. John T. Jones​
52nd NC, 553, Col. James K. Marshall (k), Col. Marcus A. Parks (w, c), Maj. John Q. A. Richardson (k), Capt. Nathaniel A. Foster​

2nd Brigade, 971, Col. J.M. Brockenbrough, Col. Robert M. Mayo

40th VA, 253, Capt. T. Edwin Betts (w, c), Capt. Robert Beale Davis​
47th VA A-G, H, I, 209, Col. Robert M. Mayo, Lt. Col. John W. Lyell​
55th VA A, C-M, 268, Col. W. S. Christian (c), Capt. Charles N. Lawson​
22nd VA Battalion A,B,D,E,G,H, 237, Lt. Col. Edwards P. Tayloe, Maj. John S. Bowles​

3rd Brigade, 1,197, Brig. Gen. James J. Archer (c), Col. Birkett D. Fry (w, c), Lt. Col Samuel G. Shepard

13th AL, 308, Col. Birkett D. Fry​
5th AL Battalion, 135, Maj. A. S. Van De Graaff​
1st TN (Tunney's, Provisional Army), 281, Lt. Col. Newton L. George (w, c), Maj. Felix G. Buchanan (w)​
7th TN, 249, Col. John A. Fite (c), Lt. Col. Samuel G. Shepard
14th TN A-E, G-L, 220, Lt. Col. James Lockert (w, c), Capt. B. L. Phillips​

4th Brigade, 2,305, Brig. Gen. Joseph R. Davis

2nd MS A-L, 492, Col. John M. Stone (w), Maj. John A. Blair (c)​
11th MS, 592, Col. Francis M. Green (w), Lt. Stephen Moore​
42nd MS, 575, Col. Hugh R. Miller (mw), Capt. Andrew Mc. Nelson​
55th NC, 640, Col. John K. Connally (w, c), Lt. Col. Maurice T. Smith (k), Maj. Alfred H. Belo (w), Lt. George A. Gilreath, Lt. M. C. Stevens​

Division Artillery Battalion, 15 guns, 396 men, Lt. Col. John J. Garnett, Maj. Charles Richardson

Donaldsville (LA) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 1 10-pound Parrott), 114, Capt. Victor Maurin​
Norfolk "Huger's" (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 1 3-inch rifle, 1 10-pound Parrott), 77, Capt. Joseph D. Moore​
Norfolk "Light Artillery Blues" (VA) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 12-pound howitzers), 106, Capt. Charles R. Grandy​
Pittsylvania (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 90, Capt. John W. Lewis​

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Pender's Division
, 6,735, Maj. Gen. William Dorsey Pender (mw), Brig. Gen. James H. Lane, Maj. Gen. Isaac Trimble (w, c), Brig. Gen. James H. Lane

McGowan's Brigade, 1,882, Col. Abner M. Perrin

1st SC (Priovisional Army) A-C, E-L, 328, Maj. Cornelius W. McCreary​
1st SC Rifles A-H, K, L, 366, Capt. William M. Hadden​
12th SC, 366, Col. John L. Miller​
13th SC, 390, Lt. Col. Benjamin T. Brockman​
14th SC, 428, Lt. Col. Joseph N. Brown (w), Maj. Edward Croft (w)​

Lane's Brigade, 1,734, Brig. Gen. James H. Lane, Col. Clarke M. Avery, Brig. Gen. James H. Lane (w), Col. Clarke M. Avery

7th NC, 291, Capt. John McLeod Turner (w, c), Capt. James G. Harris​
18th NC, 346, Col. John D. Barry​
28th NC, 346, Col. Samuel D. Lowe (w), Lt. Col. William H. A. Speer (w), Maj. Samuel N. Stowe (w)​
33rd NC, 368, Col. Clarke M. Avery​
37th NC, 379, Col. William M. Barbour​

Thomas's Brigade, 1,326, Brig. Gen. Edward Thomas

14th GA, 331, Col. Robert W. Folsom​
35th GA, 331, Lt. Col. William H. McCullohs​
45th GA, 331​
49th GA, 329, Col. S. T. Player, Capt. Charles Mc. Jones (k), Capt. Oliver H. Cooke​

Scales's Brigade, 1,405, Brig. Gen. Alfred M. Scales, Col. William J. Hoke, Brig. Gen Alfred M. Scales (w), Lt. Col. George T. Gordon, Col. William Lee J. Lowrance (w)

13th NC, 232, Col. Joseph H. Hyman (w), Lt. Col. Henry A. Rogers (w), Lt. Robert L.Moir (w), Adj. N. S. Smith​
16th NC B-K, M, 321, Capt. Leroy W. Stowe​
22nd NC A-M, 321, Col. James Conner​
34th NC, 311, Col. William Lee J. Lowrance (w), Lt. Col. George T. Gordon (w)​
38th NC, 216, Col. William J. Hoke (w). Col. John Ashford (w), Lt. John M. Robinson, Capt. William L. Thornburg (w), Lt. John M. Robinson, Capt. George W. Flowers​

Division Artillery Battalion, 16 guns, 377 men, Maj. William T. Poague

1st NC Artillery, Battery C (Charlotte Battery) (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 12-pound howitzers), 125, Capt. Joseph Graham​
Madison (MS) Battery (3 12-pound Napoleons, 1 12-pound howitzer), 91, Capt. George Ward​
Albermarle "Everett" (VA) (2 3-inch rifles, 1 10-pound Parrott, 1 12-pound howitzer), 94, Capt. James W. Wyatt​
Warrenton (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 12-pound howitzer), 58, Capt. J. V. Brooke, Lt. Addison W. Utterback​

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Anderson's Division
, 7,135, Maj. Gen. Richard H. Anderson

Wilcox's Brigade, 1,726, Brig. Gen. Cadmus M. Wilcox

8th AL, 477, Lt. Col. Hilary A. Herbert​
9th AL, 306, Capt. J. Horace King (w)​
10th AL, 311, Col. William H. Forney (w, c), LT. Col. James E. Shelley​
11th AL, 311, Lt. Col. John C. C. Sanders (w), Lt. Col. George E. Tayloe​
14th AL, 316, Col. Lucius Pinckard (w, c), Lt. Col. James A. Broome​

Mahone's Brigade, 1,542, Brig. Gen. William Mahone

6th VA, 288, Col. George T. Rogers​
12th VA, 348, Col. David A. Weisiger, Lt. Col. Everard M. Field​
16th VA A-G, 270, Col. Joseph H. Ham, Lt. Col. Richard O. Whitehead​
41st VA, 276, Col. William A. Parham​
61st VA, 356, Col. Virginius D. Groner​

Perry's (Florida) Brigade, 742, Col. David Lang

2nd FL A-M, 242, Col. William D. Ballantine (w, c), Maj. Walter R. Moore (w, c), Capt. C. Seton Fleming​
5th FL, 321, Capt. Richard N. Gardner (w), Capt. Council A. Bryan, Capt. John. W. Holleyman​
8th FL, 176, Lt. Col. William Baya

Wright's Brigade, 1,413, Brig. Gen. Ambrose R. Wright, Col. William Gibson (w, c), Brig. Gen. Ambrose R. Wright

3rd GA A-L, 441, Col. Edward J. Walker​
22nd GA, 400, Col. Joseph Wasden (k), Capt. Benjamin C. McMurry​
48th GA, 395, Col. William Gibson, Capt. Matthew R. Hall, Col. William Gibson (w, c)​
2nd GA Battalion, 173, Maj. George W. Ross (mw), Capt. Chares J. Moffett (w)​

Posey's Brigade, 1,322, Brig. Gen. Carnot Posey

12th MS, 305, Col. William H. Taylor​
16th MS, 385, Col. Samuel E. Baker​
19th MS, 372, Col. Nathaniel H. Harris​
48th MS, 256, Col. Joseph Mc. Jayne (w)​

Division Artillery Battalion (11th GA Artillery Battalion: The Sumpter Artillery), 17 guns, 384 men, Maj. John Lane

Co. A (1 12-pound howitzer, 1 12-pound Napoleon, 1 3-inch rifle, 1 10-pound Parrott), 130, Capt. Hugh M. Ross​
Co. B (4 12-pound howitzers, 2 12-pound Napoleons), 124, Capt. George M. Patterson​
Co. C (3 3-inch Navy rifles, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 121, Capt. John T. Wingfield (w)​
3rd Corps Reserve Artillery, 36 guns, 736 men, Col. R. Lindsay Walker, Maj. William T. Poague

McIntosh's Artillery battalion, 16 guns, 357 men, Maj. David G. McIntosh, 357​
Hardaway (AL) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 12-pound Whitworths), 71, Capt. William B. Hurt (w)​
Danville (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 114, Capt. R. Stanley Rice​
2nd Rockbridge (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 67,Capt. Samuel Wallace​
Johnson's Richmond (VA) Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 96, Capt. Marmaduke Johnson​
Pegram's Artillery Battalion, 20 guns, 375 men, Maj. William J. Pegram, Capt. Ervin B. Brunson​
Pee Dee (SC) Battery D (1st SC) (4 3-inch rifles), 65, Capt. Ervin B. Brunson (w), Lt. William E. Zimmerman (w)​
Fredericksburg (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 3-inch rifles), 71, Capt. Edward A. Marye​
Richmond "Crenshaw" (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 12-pound howitzers), 76, Capt. J. Hampden Chamberlayne (c), Lt. Andrew B. Johnston (w)​
Richmond "Letcher" (VA) Battery (2 12-pound Napoleons, 2 10-pound Parrotts), 76, Capt. Thomas A. Brander​
Richmond "Purcell" (VA) Battery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 89, Capt. Joseph McGraw​


Cavalry Division
Strength: 6,600 men, 31 guns
Casualties: 40 killed, 111 wounded, 135 missing, 286 total


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Maj. Gen. James Ewell Brown Stuart

Hampton's Brigade, 1,751, Brig. Gen. Wade Hampton (w), Col. Lawrence S. Baker

Cobb's (GA) Cavalry Legion A-L, 330, Col. Pierce M. B. Young, Lt. Col. William B. Delony (w)​
Phillip's (GA) Cavalry Legion A-G, 238, Col. William B. Rich​
Jeff Davis's (MS) Cavalry Legion A-F, 246, Lt. Col. J. Frederick Waring, Maj. William G. Conner (k)​
1st NC Cavalry A-K, 407, Col. Laurence S. Baker, Lt. Col. James B. Gordon​
1st SC Cavalry A-K, 339, Col. John Logan Black (w), Lt. Col. John D. Twiggs, Maj. William A. Walker (w)​
2nd SC Cavalry A-K, 186, Col. M. Calbraith Butler, Maj. Thomas J. Lipscomb​

Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade, 1,913, Brig. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, Col. Thomas T. Munford

1st MD Cavalry Battalion A-E (with 2nd Corps), 310, Maj. Harry W. Gilmour, Maj. Ridgely Brown​
1st VA Cavalry A-K, 310, Col. James H. Drake (k)​
2nd VA Cavalry A-K, 385, Col. Thomas T. Munford, Lt. Col. James W. Watts (w), Maj. Cary Breckinridge​
3rd VA Cavalry A-K, 210, Col. Thomas H. Owen​
4th VA Cavalry A-H, K, 544, Col. William C. Wickham​
5th VA Cavalry A-K, 150, Col. Thomas L. Rosser​

William H. F. Lee's Brigade, 1,173, Brig. Gen. W. H. F. Rooney Lee (w, c), Col. John R. Chambliss Jr.

2nd NC Cavalry, A-K, 145, Col. Solomon Williams (k), Lt. Col. William H. F. Payne (c), Lt. Col. William G. Robinson, Capt. William A. Graham (w), Capt. James W. Strange, Lt. Joseph Baker, Maj. Clinton M. Andrews​
9th VA Cavalry, A-K, 490, Col. Richard L. T. Beale (w), Lt. Col. Meriwether Lewis (w)​
10th VA, 9 Companies, 236, Col. J. Lucius Davis (w, c), Maj. Robert A. Caskie​
13th VA, A-K, 298, Col. John R. Chambliss Jr., Lt. Col. Jefferson C. Phillipps (w), Maj. Joseph E. Gillette (w), Capt. Banjamin F. Winfield​
15 th VA#, Maj. Charles R. Collins​

Jenkins's Brigade, 2 guns, 1,126 men, Brig. Gen. Albert G. Jenkins (w), Col. James Cochran, Col. Milton J. Ferguson,

14th VA Cavalry A-L, 265, Col. James Cochran, Maj. Benjamin F. Eakle (w), Capt. Edwin E. Bouldin​
16th VA Cavalry A-L, 265, Col. Milton J. Ferguson, Maj. James H, Nounnan​
17th VA Cavalry A-K, 241, Col. William H. French​
34th VA Cavalry Battalion A-G, 352, Lt. Col. Vincent A. Witcher​
36th VA Cavalry Battalion A-E, 125, Maj. James W. Sweeney (w)​
Charlottesville (VA) Horse Artillery Battalion (2 12-pound howitzers), Capt. Thomas E. Jackson​

Robertson's Brigade #, Brig. Gen. Beverly H. Robertson

4th NC Cavalry A-H, Col. Dennis D. Ferebee​
5th NC Cavalry A-K, Col. Peter G. Evans (mw), Lt. Col. Stephen B. Evans, Lt. Col. James B. Gordon​

Jones's Brigade #, Brig. Gen. William E. "Grumble" Jones

6th VA Cavalry A-K, Maj. Cabell E. Flournoy, Lt. Nicholas Nolan​
7th VA Cavalry A-K, Lt. Col. Thomas Marshall​
11th VA Cavalry A-K, Col. Lunsford L. Lomax, Lt. Col. Oliver R. Funston Sr.​
12th VA Cavalry, Col. Asher W. Harman (w), Lt. Col. Thomas B. Massie, Col. Asher W. Harman (c)​
35th VA Cavalry Battalion (did go north from Virginia, cf. # above), 232, Lt. Col. Elijah V. White​
[Roberston's command, including Jones's Regiments: approx. 3,000]

Division Horse Artillery, 15 guns, 406 men, Maj. Robert F. Beckham

2nd Baltimore (MD) Light Artillery Battery (4 10-pound Parrotts), 106, Capt. William H. Griffin​
Ashby's (VA) (4 guns - type unknown)#, Capt. Robert Preston Chew​
1st Stuart (VA) Horse Artillery Battery (4 3-inch rifles), 106, Capt. James Breathed​
Lynchburg (VA) Horse Artillery Battery (4 guns - type unknown)#, Capt. Marcellus N. Moorman​
2nd Stuart (VA) Horse Artillery Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 12-pound Napoleons), 106, Capt. William M. McGregor​
Washington (SC) Battery (2 3-inch rifles, 2 12-pound Napoleons), 79, Capt. James F. Hart​



Imboden's Command
approx. 2,000 men


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Brig. Gen. John D. Imboden #


18th VA Cavalry # A-K, Col. George W. Imboden​
62nd VA Mounted Infantry # A-M, Col. George H. Smith​
VA Partisan Rangers, MacNeil's Co. #, Capt. John Hance McNeill​
Staunton (VA) Horse Artillery Battery # (6 12-pound Napoleons), Capt. John H. McClanahan​
 
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Here are my sources, this may not be a full and complete, exhaustive list....​
 
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A long time ago, I resolved to do something about it. I started a wiki, but it wasn't working the way I wanted. I was creating stuff, and for a time I thought it was what I wanted, but it was just more of the same old stuff.​
Recently, the forum has become capable of doing many of the things I've only dreamed of doing, and so now I'm doing those things! I've been transferring many of my profiles, and with the help of Genlemanrob and many other members I've been adding new profiles for artillery and other offerings, and the Order of Battle is just the first of many more interconnected things I'd like to create for you!​
I think this will give you a great resource for research, and also give you simple navigation with the menu and links, as well as visual indicators like the flags!​

Why is there a (?) or a (w) next to that General's name?

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(?) = unknown/undetermined casualty status
(c) = captured
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(k) = killed
(p) = only a portion of unit present
# = not present at the battle

Can I trust all these facts and figures? Can you guarantee they 100% correct?

Actually, I already know there are mistakes in here. I've seen them. I know the artillery listed in here has mistakes and problems and will need work. I'm pretty sure I have spelling mistakes, and probably math errors, and it's likely I've forgotten some person or unit, or included a person or unit who doesn't belong, I wouldn't be surprised. Feel free to post corrections in the reply box below!​

Is this Order of Battle "Incomplete" then?

Technically, yes, I'll continue editing it, and I'll post a "Last Updated" message at the top so you'll know I've made adjustments! I may also keep a change log starting now, so you'll know what I've changed.​

What are your sources for the information contained in this Order of Battle?

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This is a list of all Regiments of Infantry the did not fight at Gettysburg but were with the army or unattached in Richmond under Elzey, French and D. H. Hill.

Headquarters: 1st Virginia Battalion

First Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Pickett's Division:
Corse's Brigade: 15th, 17th, 30th and 32nd Virginia
Jenkins' Brigade: 1st, 2nd Rifles, 5th, 6th, Hampton’s Legion and Palmetto South Carolina Sharpshooters
Unattached: 29th Virginia

Second Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Early's Division:
Smith's Brigade: 13th and 58th Virginia
Hoke's/Avery's Brigade: 54th and 1st North Carolina Sharpshooters Battalion

Third Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Heth's Division:
Pettigrew's Brigade: 44th North Carolina

Unattached:
Cooke's Brigade 15th, 27th, 46th and 48th North Carolina
Ransom’s Brigade: 24th, 25th, 35th, 49th and 56th North Carolina
Wise’s Brigade: 26th, 46th, 59th Virginia, Holcobe’s South Carolina Legion and 4th Virginia Heavy Artillery and 34th Virginia Cavalry Battalion
 

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2nd MS A-L, 492, Col. John M. Stone (w), Maj. John A. Blair (c)
2nd MS A-L, 492, Col. John M. Stone (w), Maj. John A. Blair (c), Lt. Col. David W. Humphreys (k)

Lt. Col. Humphreys was absent on July 1st, commanding a detail guarding the divisional trains. Although Col. Stone was present with the regiment on July 3rd, he had been painfully wounded on July 1st, so Lt. Col. Humphreys led the much-reduced regiment during Pickett's Charge, where he was KIA'd, probably falling in the area between the Emmitsburg Road and the Brian (Bryan) Barn. His body was removed along with many of the Confederate dead many years after the war and he was re-interred in the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.
 

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This is a list of all Regiments of Infantry the did not fight at Gettysburg but were with the army or unattached in Richmond under Elzey, French and D. H. Hill.

Headquarters: 1st Virginia Battalion

First Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Pickett's Division:
Corse's Brigade: 15th, 17th, 30th and 32nd Virginia
Jenkins' Brigade: 1st, 2nd Rifles, 5th, 6th, Hampton’s Legion and Palmetto South Carolina Sharpshooters
Unattached: 29th Virginia

Second Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Early's Division:
Smith's Brigade: 13th and 58th Virginia
Hoke's/Avery's Brigade: 54th and 1st North Carolina Sharpshooters Battalion

Third Corps, Army of North Virginia:

Heth's Division:
Pettigrew's Brigade: 44th North Carolina

Unattached:
Cooke's Brigade 15th, 27th, 46th and 48th North Carolina
Ransom’s Brigade: 24th, 25th, 35th, 49th and 56th North Carolina
Wise’s Brigade: 26th, 46th, 59th Virginia, Holcobe’s South Carolina Legion and 4th Virginia Heavy Artillery and 34th Virginia Cavalry Battalion
Should note:
The elements of Second and Third Corps listed would have been on the march with the army, but were detached to garrison towns like Winchester and Carlisle.
The 29th Virginia would have been in the southwest panhandle of Virginia, as it was part of the Department of East Tennessee/Southwest Virginia until late 1863 when it joined Pickett's Division, reforming from Gettysbrug.
 

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