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Army of the Potomac
Gettysburg Campaign - Order of Battle

93,540 men
360 artillery pieces

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Maj. Gen. George Gordon Meade
Army of the Potomac Commanding General

Strength: 93,540 men, 360 guns
Casualties: 3,150 killed, 14,500 wounded, 5,150 missing, 22,800 total


Chief of Staff: Maj. General Daniel Butterfield (w)

Chief of Engineers: Brig. Gen. Gouverneur K. Warren (w)

Chief of Artillery: Brig. Gen. Henry J. Hunt (w)

Provost Marshal General: Brig. Gen. Marsena R. Patrick

Assistant Adjutant General: Brig. Gen. Seth Williams

Chief Quartermaster: Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls

Medical Director: Dr. Johnathan Letterman

Chief of Ordnance: Lt. John R. Edie (acting)

Provost Guard: 1,365

93rd NY, 371, Col. John S. Crocker​
2nd PA Cavalry, 489, Col. R. Butler Price (?)
6th PA Cavalry, Companies E,I, 81, Capt. James Starr​
8th US Cavalry, A-G, I, 401, Capt. Edwin W.H. Read (?)​
Detachments from 1st, 2nd, 5th, & 6th U.S. Cavalry, 18​
Guards & orderlies, Oneida NY Cavalry Company, 42, Capt. Daniel P. Mann (?)​

Engineer brigade: #, Brig. Gen. Henry W. Benham (?)
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-Not present at Gettysburg; maintaining pontoon bridges across the Potomac-

15th NY Engineers, Companies A-C, Maj. Walter L. Cassin (?)​
50th NY Engineers, Col. William H. Pettes (?)​
U.S. Engineer Battalion, Capt. George H. Mendell (?)​

Signal Corps: 36, Capt. Lemuel P. Norton (?)


1st Corps
Strength: 12,220 men, 28 guns
Casualties: 665 killed, 3,230 wounded, 2,160 missing, 6,055 total
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Maj. Gen. John F. Reynolds (k)

Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday

Maj. Gen. John Newton

Escort, 1st ME Cavalry L, 57, Capt. Constantine Taylor (?)​


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1st Division
, 3,857, Brig. Gen. James S. Wadsworth

1st Brigade (The Iron Brigade), 1,829, Brig. Gen. Solomon Meredith, Col. William W. Robertson
19th IN, 308, Col. Samuel J. Williams (?)​
24th MI, 496, Col. Henry A. Morrow (w), Capt. Albert M. Edwards​
2nd WI, 302, Col. Lucius Fairchild (w), Maj. John Mansfield (w), Capt. George H. Otis (?)​
6th WI, 344, Lt. Col. Rufus R. Dawes (?)​
7th WI, 364, Col. William W. Robinson (?), Maj. Mark Finnicum (?)​

2nd Brigade, 2,017, Brig. Gen. Lysander Cutler

7th IN, 434, Col. Ira G. Grover (?)​
76th NY, 375, Maj. Andrew J. Grover (?), Capt. John E. Cook (?)​
84th NY (14th Brooklyn Militia), 318, Col. Edward B. Fowler (?)​
95th NY, 241, Col. George H. Biddle, Maj. Edward Pye​
147th NY, 380, Lt. Col. Francis C. Miller (w), Maj. George Harney (?)​
56th PA, A-D, F-K, 252, Col. J. William Hofmann (?)​

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2nd Division
, 2,997, Brig. Gen. John C. Robinson

1st Brigade, 1,537, Brig. Gen. Gabriel R. Paul (w), Col. Samuel H. Leonard (w), Col. Adrian R. Root (w,captured), Col. Richard Coulter (w), Col. Peter Lyle, Col. Richard Coulter (w)

16th ME, 298, Col. Charles W. Tilden (c), Maj. Archibald D. Leavitt (?)​
13th MA, 284, Col. Samuel H. Leonard (w), Lt. Col. N. Walter Batchelder (?)​
9th NY, 411, Col. Adrian R. Root, Maj. Samuel A. Moffett​
104th NY, 286, Col. Gilbert G. Prey (?)​
107th PA, 255, Lt. Col. James MacThompson (?), Capt. Emanuel D. Roath​

2nd Brigade, 1,452, Brig. Gen. Henry Baxter

12th MA, 261, Col. James L. Bates (w), Lt. Col. David Allen Jr.​
83rd NY (9th Militia), 199, Lt. Col. Joseph A. Moesch (?)​
97th NY, 236, Col. Charles Wheelock, Maj. Charles Northrup​
11th PA (with the 1st Brigade July 1), 270, Col. Richard Coulter (w), Capt. Benjamin F. Haynes (w), Capt. John B. Overmeyer (?)​
88th PA, 274, Maj. Benezet F. Foust, Capt. Henry Whiteside​
90th PA, 208, Col. Peter Lyle, Maj. Alfred S. Sellers​
Provost Guard, 149th PA, Co. D, 60​

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3rd Division
, 4,701, Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday, Maj. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley, Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday

1st Brigade, 1,361, Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley, Col. Chapman Biddle(w), Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley

80th NY (20th Militia, Ulster Guard), 287, Col. Theodore B. Gates (?)​
121st PA, 363, Maj. Alexander Biddle, Col. Chapman Biddle, Maj. Alexander Biddle​
142nd PA, 363, Col. Robert P. Cummins (k), Lt. Col. A.B. McCalmont (?)​
151st PA (The Schoolteachers' Regiment), 467, Lt. Col. J.P. McFarland (w), Capt. Walter L. Owens, Col. Harrison Allen​
2nd Brigade (Bucktails), 1,317, Col. Roy Stone (w), Col. Langhorne Wister (w), Col. Edmund L. Dana
143rd PA, 465, Col. Edmund L. Dana, Lt. Col. John D. Musser​
149th PA (A-C,E-J), 450, Lt. Col. Walton Dwight (w), Capt. James Glenn​
150th PA (A-I), 400, Col. Langhorne Wister (w), Lt. Col. H.S. Huidekoper (?), Capt. Cornelius C. Widdis​

3rd Brigade (Paper Collar, arrived July 2), 1,950, Brig. Gen. George J. Stannard (w), Col. Francis V. Randall

12th VT#, Col. Asa P. Bluny​
13th VT, 636, Col. Francis V. Randall, Maj. Joseph J. Boynton, Lt. Col. William D. Munson (w)​
14th VT, 647, Col. William T. Nichols (?)​
15th VT#, Col. Redfield Proctor​
16th VT, 661, Col. Wheelock G. Veazey​

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Artillery Brigade
, 28 guns, 596 men, Col. Charles S. Wainwright

2nd ME Light, Battery B (6 3-inch rifles), 117, Capt. James A. Hall (?)​
5th ME Light, Battery E (6 12-pound Napoleons), 119, Capt. Greenleaf T. Stevens (?), Lt. Edward N. Whittier (?)​
1st NY Light Artillery, Batteries E & L (6 3-inch rifles), 124. Capt. Gilber H. Reynolds (?), Lt. George Breck​
1st PA Light Artillery, Battery B (4 3-inch rifles), 106, Capt. James H. Cooper​
4th US Artillery, Battery B (6 12-pound Napoleons), 124, Lt. James Stewart (?)​


2nd Corps
Strength: 11,350 men, 28 guns
Casualties: 795 killed, 3,195 wounded, 380 missing, 4,370 total
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Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock (w)

Brig. Gen. John Gibbon (w)

Brig. Gen. William Hays

Escorts: 164

6th NY Cavalry D,K, 64, Capt. Riley Johnston (?)​
17th PA Cavalry E,H, 100 (p)​
Provost Guard, 1st MN L, 48​


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1st Division
, 3,320, Brig. Gen. John C. Caldwell

Provost Guard, 116th PA B, 32; 53rd PA A-B, K, 70​

1st Brigade, 853, Col. Edward E. Cross (k), Col. H. Boyd McKeen

5th NH, 179, Lt. Col. Charles E. Hapgood​
61st NY, 104, Lt. Col. K. Oscar Broady (?)​
81st PA, 175, Col. H. Boyd McKeen, Lt. Col. Amos Stroh​
148th PA, 392, Lt. Col. Robert McFarlane​

2nd Brigade (The Irish Brigade), 532, Col. Patrick Kelly

28th MA, 224, Col. Richard Byrnes
63rd NY A-B, 75, Lt. Col. Richard C. Bentley (), Capt. Thomas Touhy (?)​
69th NY A-B, 75, Capt. Richard Moroney (?), Lt. James. J. Smith (?)​
88th NY A-B, 90, Capt. Denis F. Burke (?)​
116th PA A, C-D, 98, Maj. St. Clair A. Mulholland (?)​

3rd Brigade, 975, Brig. Gen. Samuel K. Zook (k), Lt. Col. John Fraser

52nd NY & detachment from 7th NY (15), 134, Lt. Col. C.G. Freudenberg (w), Capt. William Scherrer (?)​
57th NY, 175, Lt. Col. Alford B. Chapman (?)​
66th NY, 147, Col. Orlando H. Morris (w), Lt. Col. John S. Hammell (?), Maj. Peter Nelson (?)​
140th PA, 514, Col. Richard P. Roberts (k), Lt. Col. John Fraser​

4th Brigade, 851, Col. John R. Brooke (w)

27th CT A-B, 75, Lt. Col. Henry C. Merwin (k), Maj. James H. Coburn​
2nd DE, 234, Col. William P. Baily (?), Capt. Charles H. Christmas (?)​
64th NY, 204, Col. Daniel G. Bingham (?), Maj. Leman W. Bradley (?)​
53rd PA C-I, 135, Lt. Col. Richards McMichael​
145th PA, 202, Col. Hiram L. Brown, Capt. John W. Reynolds (w), Capt. Moses Oliver​

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2nd Division
, 3,608, Brig. Gen. John Gibbon (w), Brig. Gen. William Harrow

1st Brigade, 1,366 Brig. Gen. William Harrow, Col. Francis Heath
19th ME, 439, Col. Francis E. Heath, Lt. Col. Henry W. Cunningham (?)​
15th MA, 239, Col. George H. Ward (mw), Lt. Col. George C. Joslin​
1st MN A-K & 1st Co. MN Sharpshooters, 330, Col. William Colvill Jr. (w), Capt. Nathan S. Messick (k), Capt. Henry C. Coates​
82nd NY (2nd Militia), 355, Lt. Col. James Huston (?), Capt. John Darrow (?)​

2nd Brigade (The Philadelphia Brigade), 1,224 Brig. Alexander Webb (w)

69th PA, 284, Col. Dennis O'Kane (k), Capt. William Davis​
71st PA, 261, Col. Richard Penn Smith (?)​
72nd PA, 380, Col. De Witt C. Baxter, Lt. Col. Theodor Hesser​
106th PA, 280, Lt. Col. William L. Curry​

3rd Brigade, 922, Col. Norman Hall

19th MA, 163, Col. Arthur F. Devereux​
20th MA, 243, Col. Paul J. Revere (mw), Lt. Col. George N. Macy (w), Capt. Henry L. Abbott​
7th MI, 165, Lt. Col. Amos E. Steele Jr. (k), Maj. Sylvanus W. Curtis​
42nd NY (Tammany), 197, Col. James J. Mallon (?)​
59th NY, 152, Lt. Col. Max A. Thornton (?), Capt. William McFadden (?)​
Attached: 1st Co. MA Sharpshooters, 42, Capt. William Plumer (?), Lt. Emerson L. Bicknell​

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3rd Division
, 3,644, Brig. Gen. Alexander Hays

Provost Guard: 10th NY Battalion, 82, Maj. George F. Hopper​

1st Brigade, 941, Col Samuel S. Carroll

14th IN, 191, Col. John Coons (?)​
4th OH, 299, Lt. Col. Leonard W. Carpenter​
8th OH, 209, Lt. Col Franklin Sawyer (w)​
7th WV, 235, Lt. Col. Jonathan H. Lockwood (?)​

2nd Brigade, 1,103, Col. Thomas A. Smyth (w), Lt. Col. Francis C. Pierce

Provost Guard, 36​
14th CT, 172, Maj. Theodor G. Ellis​
1st DE, 251, Lt. Col. Edward P. Harris (arrested by Gen. Hancock and removed from command), Capt. Thomas B. Hizar (?), Lt. William Smith (?), Lt. John T. Dent (?)​
12th NJ, 444, Maj. John T. Hill (?)​
108th NY, 200, Lt. Col. Francis E. Pierce (w)​

3rd Brigade, 1,508, Col. George L. Willard (k), Col. Eliakim Sherrill (k), Lt. Col. James M. Bull
39th NY (Garibaldi Guard) A-D, 269, Maj. Hugo Hildebrandt (?)​
111th NY, 390, Col. Clinton D. McDougall (?), Lt. Col. Isaac M. Lusk (?), Capt. Aaron P. Seeley (?)​
125th NY, 392, Lt. Col. Levin Crandell​
126th NY, 455, Col. Eliakim Sherrill (k), Lt. Col. James M. Bull​

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Artillery Brigade
, 28 guns, 605 men, Capt. John C. Hazard

1st NY Light Artillery, Battery B/14th NY Battery (4 10-pound Parrotts), 117, Lt. Albert S. Sheldon (?), Capt. James McKay Rorty (k), Lt. Robert Rogers (?)​
1st RI Light Artillery, Battery A (6 3-inch rifles), 117, Capt. William A. Arnold​
1st RI Light Artillery, Battery B (6 12-pound Napoleons), 129, Lt. T. Fred Brown (k), Lt. Walter S. Perrin (?)​
1st US Artillery, Battery I (6 12-pound Napoleons), 112, Lt. George A. Woodruff (k), Lt. Tully McCrea (?)​
4th US Artillery, Battery A (6 3-inch rifles), 126, Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing (k), Sgt. Frederick Fuger (?)​


3rd Corps
Strength: 13,000 men, 30 guns
Casualties: 590 killed, 3,030 wounded, 590 missing, 4,210 total
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Maj. Gen. Daniel E. Sickles (w)

Maj. Gen. David B. Birney (w)

Escort, 6th NY Cavalry A, 51​


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1st Division
, 5,095, Maj. Gen. David B. Birney (w), Brig. Gen. J.H. Hobart Ward

1st Brigade, 1,516, Brig. Gen. Charles K. Graham (w, c), Col. Andrew Tippin

57th PA A-C, E-F, H-K, 207, Col. Peter Sides (w), Capt. Alanson H. Nelson​
63rd PA, 246, Maj. John A. Danks​
68th PA, 320, Col. Andrew H. Tippin, Capt. Milton S. Davis​
105th PA, 274, Col. Calvin A. Craig (w)​
114th PA, 259, Lt. Col. Frederick F. Cavada, Capt. Edward R. Bowen​
141st PA, 209, Col. Henry J. Madill​

2nd Brigade, 2,188, Brig. Gen. J.H. Hobart Ward, Col. Hiram Berdan

20th IN, 401, Col. John Wheeler (k), Lt. Col. William C.L. Taylor (?)​
3rd ME, 210, Col. Moses B. Lakeman (?)​
4th ME, 287, Col. Eliajah Walker (w), Capt. Edwin Libby (?)​
86th NY, 287, Lt. Col. Benjamin L. Higgins (?)​
124th NY, 238, Col. A. Van Horne Ellis (k), Lt. Col Francis M. Cummins (w)​
99th PA, 277, Maj. John W. Moore​
1st US Sharpshooters, 313, Col. Hiram Berdan, Lt. Col. Casper Trepp (?)​
2nd US Sharpshooters, A-I, 169, Maj. Homer R. Stoughton​

3rd Brigade, 1,387, Col. P. Regis de Trobriand

17th ME, 350, Lt. Col. Charles B. Merrill (?)​
3rd MI, 237, Col. Bryan R. Pierce (w), Lt. Col. Edwin S. Pierce (?)​
5th MI, 216, Lt. Col. John Pulford​
40th NY, 431, Col. Thomas W. Egan
110th PA A-C, E, H-I, 152, Lt. Col. David M. Jones, Maj. Isaac Rogers (?)​

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2nd Division
, 4,924, Brig. Gen. Andrew A. Humphreys

1st Brigade, 1,718, Brig. Gen. Joseph B. Carr

1st MA, 321, Lt. Col. Clark B. Baldwin (w)​
11th MA, 286, Lt. Col. Porter D. Tripp​
16th MA, 245, Lt. Col. Waldo Merriam (w), Capt. Mathew Donovan​
12th NH, 224, Capt. John F. Langley (w)​
11th NJ, 275, Col. Robert McAllister (w), Capt. Luther Martin (?), Lt. John Schoonover (w), Capt. William H. Lloyd (w), Capt. Samuel T. Sleeper (?)​
26th PA, 365, Maj. Robert L. Bodine​
84th PA #, Lt. Col. Milton Opp​

2nd Brigade, 1,837, Col. William R. Brewster

70th NY, 288, Col. J. Egbert Farnum (?)​
71st NY, 243, Col. Henry L. Potter (?)​
72nd NY, 305, Col. John S. Austin (?), Lt. Col. John Leonard (?)​
73rd NY, 349, Maj. Michael W. Burns (?)​
74th NY, 266, Lt. Col. Thomas Holt (?)​
120th NY, 383, Lt. Col. Cornelius D. Westbrook (w), Maj. John R. Tappen​

3rd Brigade, 1,365, Col. George C. Burling

2nd NH, 354, Col. Edward L. Bailey (w)​
5th NJ, 206, Col. William J. Sewell, Capt. Thomas C. Godfrey, Capt. Henry H. Woolsey​
6th NJ, 207, Col. Stephen R. Gilkyson​
7th NJ, 275, Col. Louis R. Francine, Maj. Frederick Cooper​
8th NJ, 170, Col. John Ramsey, Capt. John G. Langston​
115th PA A-G, I-K, 151, Maj. John P. Dunne​

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Artillery Brigade
, 30 guns, 596 men, Capt. George E. Randolph (w), Capt. A. Judson Clark

1nd NJ Light Battery, Battery B (6 10-pound Parrotts), 131, Capt. A. Judson Clark, Lt. Robert Sims​
1st NY Light Artillery, Battery D (6 12-pound Napoleons), 116, Capt. George B. Winslow (?)​
4th NY Light Battery: Smith's (6 10-pound Parrotts), 126, Capt. James E. Smith​
1st RI Light Artillery, Battery E (6 12-pound Napoleons), 108, Lt. John K. Bucklyn (w), Lt. Benjamin Freeborn​
4th US Artillery, Battery K (6 12-pound Napoleons), 113, Lt. Francis W. Seeley (?), Lt. Robert James (?)​


5th Corps
Strength: 10,900 men, 26 guns
Casualties: 365 killed, 1,610 wounded, 210 missing, 2,185 total
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Maj. Gen. George Sykes

Escort, 7th PA Cavalry D,H, 78 (p)​

Provost Guard 12th NY D,E, 99​


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1st Division
, 3,417, Brig. Gen. James Barnes

1st Brigade, 655, Col. William S. Tilton

18th MA, 139, Col Joseph Hayes
22nd MA & 2nd Co. MA Sharpshooters, 137, Lt. Col. Thomas Sherwin Jr.​
1st MI, 145, Col. Ira C. Abbott (w), Lt. Col. William A. Throop (w)​
118th PA (The Corn Exchange Regiment), 233, Lt. Col. James Gwyn​

2nd Brigade, 1,422, Col. Jacob B. Sweitzer

9th MA, 411, Col. Patrick R. Guiney​
32nd MA, A-B, D-K, 242, Col. G.L. Prescott (w)4th MI, 342, Col. Harrison H. Jeffords (mw), Lt. Col. George W. Lumbard​
62nd PA, A-M, 426, Lt. Col. James C. Hull​

3rd Brigade, 1,336, Col. Stong Vincent (mortally wounded), Col. James C. Rice

20th ME, 501, Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain (slightlyw)​
16th MI & Brady's Co. MI Sharpshooters, 263, Lt. Col. Norval E. Welch​
44th NY, 391, Col. James C. Rice, Lt. Col. Freeman Conner​
83rd PA, 295, Capt. Orpheus S. Woodward​

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2nd Division
, 4,021, Brig. Gen. Romeyn B. Ayres

1st Brigade, 1,574, Col. Hannibal Day
3rd US B-C, F-G, I-K, 300, Capt. Henry W. Freedley (w), Capt. Rochard G. Lay (?)​
4th US, C,F,H,K, 173, Capt. Julius W. Adams Jr. (?)​
6th US, D-I, 196, Capt. Levi C. Bootes (?)​
12th US A-D, G, 1st Battalion: A, C, D; 2nd Battalion, 413, Capt. Thomas S. Dunn (?)​
14th US A-G; 1st Battalion, F, G; 2nd Battalion, 490, Maj. Grotius R. Giddings​

2nd Brigade, 958, Col Sydney Burbank

2nd US B, C, F, H-K, 201, Maj. Arthur T. Lee (w), Capt. Samuel A. McKee (?)​
7th US A, B, E, I, 116, Capt. David P. Hancock (?)​
10th US D, G, H, 93, Capt. William Clinton (?)​
11th US, B-G; 1st Battalion, 286, Maj. De Lancey Floyd-Jones (?)​
17th US A, C, D, G, H; 1st Battalion: A, B; 2nd Battalion, 260, Lt. Col. J. Durell Greene (?)​

3rd Brigade, Brig. Gen. Stephen H. Weed (k), Col. Kenner Garrard

140th NY, 447, Col. Patrick H. O'Rorke (k), Lt. Col. Louis Ernst (?)​
146 NY, 454, Col. Kenner Garrard , Lt. Col. David T. Jenkins (?)​
91st PA, 210, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Sinex​
155 PA, 424, Lt. Col. John H. Cain​

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3rd Division
, 2,853, Brig. Gen. Samuel W. Crawford

1st Brigade, 1,243, Col. William McCandless

1st PA reserves (30th PA), 377, Col. William C. Talley (?)​
2nd PA Reserves (31st PA), 232, Lt. Col. George A. Woodward​
6th PA Reserves (35th PA), 323, Lt. Col. Wellington H. Ent​
13th PA Reserves (42nd PA, "Bucktails"), 297, Col. Charles F. Taylor (k), Maj. William R. Hartshorne (?)​

3rd Brigade, 1,605, Col Joseph W. Fisher

5th PA Reserves (34th PA), 284, Lt. Col. George Dare​
9th PA Reserves (38th PA), 320, Lt. Col. James McK. Snodgrass (?)​
10th PA Reserves (39th PA), 401, Col. Adoniram J. Warner (?)​
11th PA Reserves (40th PA), 327, Col. Samuel M. Jackson​
12 PA Reserves (41st PA) A-I, 272, Col. Martin D. Hardin

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Artillery Brigade
, 26 guns, 432 men, Capt. Augustus P. Martin

3rd Battery (C), MA Light Artillery (6 12-pound Napoleons), 115, Lt. AaronF. Walcott​
1st NY Light Artillery, Battery C (4 3-inch rifles), 62, Capt. Almontt Barnes​
1st OH Light Artillery, Battery L (6 12-pound Napoleons), 113, Capt. FrankC. Gibbs​
5th US Artillery, Battery D (6 10-pound Parrotts), 68, Lt. Charles E. Hazlett (k), Lt. Benjamin F. Rittenhouse (?)​
5th US Artillery, Battery I (4 3-inch rifles),71, Lt. Malbone F. Watson (?), Lt.Charles C. MacConnell (?)​

6th Corps
Strength: 13,600 men, 48 guns
Casualties: 27 killed, 185 wounded, 30 missing, 242 total
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Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick

Escort, 1st NJ Cavalry L, 38, Capt. William S. Craft​
Provost Guard, 1st PA Cavalry H, 54 (p), Capt. William S. Craft​


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1st Division
, 4,207, Brig. Gen. Horatio Wright

Provost Guard, 4th NJ A, C, H, 80, Capt. William R. Maxwell​

1st Brigade, 1,319, Brig. Gen. Albert T.A. Torbert

1st NJ, 253, Lt. Col. William Henry Jr.​
2nd NJ, 357, Col. Charles Wiebecke (?)​
3rd NJ, 281, Lt. Col. Edward L. Campbell​
15th NJ, 410, Col. William H. Penrose​

2nd Brigade, 1,322, Brig. Gen. Joseph J. Bartlett

5th ME, 293, Col. Clark S. Edwards (?)​
121st NY, 409, Col. Emory Upton​
95th PA, 308, Lt. Col. Edward Carroll​
96th PA, 308, Maj. William H. Lessig​

3rd Brigade, 1,480, Brig. Gen. David A. Russell, Brig. Gen. Joseph J. Bartlett (arrived July 3)

6th ME, 377, Col. Hiram Burham (?)​
49th PA, 275, Lt. Col. Thomas M. Hulings​
119th PA, 403, Col. Peter C. Ellmaker​
5th WI, 419, Col. Thomas S. Allen (?)​

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2nd Division
, 3,603, Brig. Gen. Albion P. Howe

2nd Brigade, 1,927, Col. Lewis A. Grant

2nd VT, 443, Col. James H. Walbridge​
3rd VT, 364, Col. Thomas O. Seaver​
4th VT, 380, Col. Charles B. Stoughton​
5th VT, 294, Col. John R. Lewis​
6th VT, 330, Col. Elisha L. Barney​

3rd Brigade, 1,733, Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Neill

7th ME B-D, F, I-K, 216, Lt. Col. Seldon Connor (?)​
33rd NY (detachment) , 60, Capt. Henry J. Gifford​
43rd NY, 370, Lt. Col. John Wilson​
49th NY, 358, Col. Daniel D. Bidwell​
77th NY, 367, Col. Winsor B. French (?)​
61st PA, 286, Lt. Col. George F. Smith (?)​

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3rd Division
, 4,731, Maj. Gen. John Newton, Brig. Gen. Frank Wheaton

1st Brigade, 1,766, Brig. Gen. Alexander Shaler

65th NY, 276, Col. Joseph E. Hamblin (?)​
67th NY, 349, Col. Nelson Cross (?)​
122nd NY, 395, Col. Silas Titus​
23rd PA, 466, Lt. Col. John F. Glenn​
82nd PA, 277, Col. Isaac C. Bassett​

2nd Brigade, 1,591, Col. Henry L. Eustis

7th MA, 319, Lt. Col. Franklin P. Harlow​
10th MA, 360, Lt. Col. Joseph B. Parsons​
37th MA, 564, Col. Oliver Edwards
2nd RI, 347, Col. Horatio Rogers Jr,​

3rd Brigade, 1,368, Brig. Gen. Frank Wheaton, Col. David J. Nevin

62nd NY, 237, Col. David J. Nevin, Lt. Col. Theodore B. Hamilton (?)​
93rd PA, 351, Maj. John I. Nevin​
98th PA, 351, Maj. John B. Kohler​
102nd PA, 103#, Col. John W. Patterson​
139th PA, 442, Col. Frederick H. Collier (w), Lt. Col. William H. Moody​

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Artillery Brigade
, 46 guns, 937 men, Col. Charles H. Tompkins

1st Battery, MA Light Artillery (6 12-pound Napoleons), 135, Capt. William H. McCartney​
1st Battery, NY Light Artillery (6 3-inch rifles), 103, Capt. Andrew Cowan​
3rd Battery, NY Light Artillery (6 10-pound Parrotts), 111, Capt. William A. Harn​
1st RI Artillery, Battery C (6 3-inch rifles), 116, Capt. Richard Waterman​
1st RI Light Artillery, Battery G (6 10-pound Parrotts), 126, Capt. George W. Adams​
2nd US Artillery, Battery D (4 12-pound Napoleons), 126, Lt. Edward B. Williston (?)​
2nd US Artillery, Battery G (6 12-pound Napoleons), 101, Lt. John H. Butler (?)​
5th US Artillery, Battery F (6 10-pound Parrotts), 116, Lt. Leonard Martin (?)​


11th Corps
Strength: 9,190 men, 26 guns
Casualties: 370 killed, 1,920 wounded, 1,510 missing, 3,800 total
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Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard

Maj. Gen. Carl Schurz

Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard

Escort, 1st IN Cavalry I-K, 50, Capt. Abram Sharra (?)​
Provost Guard, 17th PA Cavalry K, 36​

Headquarters Guard, 8th NY Independent Co., 40, Lt. Hermann Foerster (?)​


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1st Division
, 2,459, Brig. Gen. Francis Barlow (w), Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames

1st Brigade, 1,118, Col. Leopold von Gilsa

41st NY A-E, G-K, 218, Lt. Col. Detleo von Einsiedel (?)​
54th NY, 183, Maj. Stephen Kovacs, Lt. Ernst Both (?)​
68th NY, 226, Col. Gotthilf Bourry (?)​
153rd PA, 487, Maj. John F. Frueauff​

2nd Brigade, 1,337, Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames, Col. Andrew L. Harris

17th CT, 386, Lt. Col. Douglas Fowler (k), Maj. Allen G. Brady (w)​
25th OH, 220, Lt. Col. Jeremiah Williams (w), Capt. Nathaniel J. Manning, Lt.William Maloney, Lt. israel White​
75th OH, 269, Col. Andrew L. Harris (w)​
107th OH, 458, Col. Seraphim Meyer, Capt. John M. Lutz​

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2nd Division
, 2,775, Brig. Gen. Adolph von Steinwehr

1st Brigade, 1,156, Col. Charles R. Coster

134th NY, 400, Lt. Col. Allan H. Jackson (?)​
154th NY, 190, Col. D. B. Allen (?)​
27th PA A-E, G-K, 277, Lt. Col. Lorenz Cantador​
73rd PA, 284, Capt. D. F. Kelley​

2nd Brigade, 1,614, Col. Orlando Smith

33rd MA, 481, Col. Aldin B. Underwood​
136th NY, 473, Col. James Wood Jr. (?)​
55th OH, 321, Col. Charles B. Gambee​
73rd OH, 338, Lt. Col. Richard Long​

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3rd Division
, 3,079, Maj. Gen. Carl Schurz, Brig. Gen. Alexander Schimmelfennig

1st Brigade, 1,670, Brig. Gen. Alexander Schimmelfennig, Col. George von Amsberg, Brig. Gen. Alexander Schimmelfennig

82nd IL, 310, Lt. Col. Edward S. Salomon (?)​
45th NY, 375, Col. George von Amsberg, Lt. Col. Adolphus Dobke​
157 NY 409, Col. Phillip P. Brown Jr. (?)​
61st OH, 247, Col. Stephen J. McGroarty​
74th PA A, B, D-K, 326, Col. Adolph von Hartung (?), Lt. Col. Alexander von Mitzel (c), Capt. Gustav Schleiter (?), Capt. Henry Krauseneck (?)​

2nd Brigade, 1,403, Col. Wladimir Kryzanowski

58th NY, 193, Lt. Col. August Ottom Capt. Emil Koenig​
119th NY, 257, Col. John T. Lockman (w), Lt. Col. Edward F. Llloyd​
82nd OH, 312, Col. James S. Robinson (w), Lt. Col. David Thomson​
75th PA A-I, 208, Col. Francis Mahler, Maj. August Ledig​
26th WI, 435, Lt. Col. Hans Boebel (w), Capt. John W. Fuchs (?)​

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Artillery Brigade
, 26 guns, 604 men, Maj. Thomas W. Osborn

1st NY Light Artillery, Battery I (6 3-inch rifles), 141, Capt. Michael Wiedrich (?)​
13th Battery, NY Light Artillery (4 3-inch rifles), 110, Lt. William Wheeler (?)​
1st OH Light Artillery, Battery I (6 12-pound Napoleons), 127, Capt. Hubert Dilger​
1st OH Light Artillery, Battery K (4 12-pound Napoleons), 110, Capt. Lewis Heckman​
4th US Artillery, Battery G (6 12-pound Napoleons), 115, Lt. Bayard Wilkeson (mw), Lt. Eugene A. Bancroft (?)​


12th Corps
Strength: 10,700 men, 20 guns
Casualties: 205 killed, 810 wounded, 65 missing, 1,080 total
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Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum

Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams

Provost Guard, 10th ME A, B, D, 169, Capt. John D. Beardsley (?)​


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1st Division, 5,256, Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams, Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger

1st Brigade, 1,835, Col. Archibald L. McDougall

5th CT, 221, Col. W. W. Packer​
20th CT, 321, Lt. Col. William B. Wooster​
3rd MD (arrived July 2), 290, Col. Joseph M. Sudsburg​
123rd NY. 495, Col. James C. Rogers, Capt. Adolphus H. Tanner​
145th NY, 245, Col. E.L. Price (?)​
46th PA, 262, Capt. James L. Selfridge​

2nd Brigade, 1,818, Brig. Gen. Henry H. Lockwood

1st MD Eastern Shore, 532, Col. James Wallace​
1st MD Potomac Home Brigade, 674, Col. William P. Maulsby​
150th NY, 609, Col. John H. Ketchum (?)​

3rd Brigade, 1,598, Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger, Col. Silas Colgrove

27th IN, 339, Col. Silas Colgrove, Lt. Col. John R. Fesler (?)​
2nd MA, 316, Lt. Col. Charles R. Mudge (k), Maj. Charles F. Morse​
13th NJ, 347, Col. Ezra A. Carman​
107th NY. 319, Col. Nirom M. Crane​
3rd WI, 260, Col. William Hawley (?)​

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2nd Division
, 3,964. Brig. Gen. John W. Geary

Provost Guard, 28th PA B, 37​

1st Brigade, 1,798, Col. Charles Candy

5th OH, 302, Col. John H. Patrick​
7th OH, 282, Col. William R. Creighton​
29th OH, 308, Col. Wilbur F. Stevens (?), Capt. Edward Hayes​
66th OH, 303, Col. Eugene Powell​
28th PA A, C-K, 303, Capt. John Flynn (w)​
147th PA, 298, Lt. Col. Ario Pardee Jr.​

2nd Brigade, 700, Col. George A. Cobham Jr., Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Kane, Col. George A. Cobham Jr.

29th PA, 357, Col. William Rickards Jr.​
109th PA, 149, Capt. F. L. Gimber​
111th PA, 191, Lt. Col. Thomas M. Walker, Col. George A. Cobham Jr., Lt. Col. Thomas M. Walker​

3rd Brigade, 1,424, Brig. Gen. George S. Greene

60th NY, 272, Col. Abel Godard (?)​
78th NY, 198, Lt. Col. Herbert von Hammerstein (?)​
102nd NY, 230, Capt. James C. Lane (?)​
137th NY, 423, Col. David Ireland (? but survived Gettysburg)​
149th NY, 297, Col. Henry A. Barnum (became ill, 7/2), Lt. Col. Charles B. Randall (?)​

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Artillery Brigade
, 20 guns, 391 men, Lt. Edward D. Muhlenberg

1st NY Light Artillery, Battery M (4 10-pound Parrotts), 90, Lt. Charles E.Winegar​
PA Light Artillery, Battery E (6 10-pound Parrotts), 139, Lt. Charles A. Atwell​
4th US Artillery, Battery F (6 12-pound Napoleons), 89. Lt. Sylvanus T. Rigg (?)​
5th US Artillery, Battery K (4 12-pound Napoleons), 77, Lt. David H. Kinzie (?)​


Cavalry Corps
Strength: 12,100 men, 52 guns
Casualties: 85 killed, 325 wounded, 200 missing, 610 total
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Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton


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1st Division, 4,544, Brig. Gen. John Buford

1st Brigade, 1,600, Col. William Gamble

Headquarters Guard, 6th NT Cavalry L, 35​
8th IL Cavalry, 470, Maj. John L. Beveridge​
12th IL Cavalry, E, F, H-I, 470, Col. George H. Chapman (?)​
3rd IN Cavalry G-M, 233, Col. George H. Chapman (?)​
8th NY Cavalry, 580, Lt. Col. William H. Markell (?)​

2nd Brigade, 1,148, Col. Thomas C. Devin

6th NY Cavalry B, C, E-G, I, M, 215, Maj. William E. Beardsley (?)​
9th NY Cavalry, 367, Col. William Sackett (?)​
17th PA Cavalry A-C, E-G, I-M, 464, Col. J.H. Kellogg​
3rd WV Cavalry A, C, 59, Capt. Seymour R. Conger (?)​

Reserve Brigade (arrived July 3; detached to 3rd Cavalry Division), 1,792, Brig. Gen. Wesley Merritt

6th PA Cavalry A-D, F-H, K-M, 242, Maj. James H. Haseltine (?)​
1st US Cavalry A-E, G-M, 362, Capt. Richard S.C. Lord (?)​
2nd US Cavalry, 407, Capt. T. F. Rodenbough (?)​
5th US Cavalry, 306, Capt. Julius W. Mason (?)​
6th US Cavalry, 475, Maj. Samuel H. Starr (w ,c), Lt. Louis H. Carpenter (?), Lt. Nicholas Nolan (?), Capt. Ira W. Claflin (?)​

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2nd Division
, 2,664, Brig. Gen. David McM. Gregg

Headquarters Guard, 1st OH Cavalry A, 37​

1st Brigade, 2 guns, 1,561 men, Col. John B. McIntosh

1st MD Cavalry A-L, 285, Lt. Col. James M. Deems​
Purnell (MD) Legion A, 66, Capt. Robert E. Duvall​
1st MA A-H, 250 (guarding army Headquarters), Lt. Col. Greely S. Curtis​
1st NJ Cavalry, 218, Maj. M. H. Beaumont​
1st PA Cavalry A-g, I-M, 355, Col. John P. Taylor​
3rd PA Cavalry, 335, Lt. Col. E. S. Jones​
3rd PA Heavy Artillery, Battery H (2 3-inch rifles), 52 (p), Capt. W. D. Rank​

2nd Brigade #, Col. Pennock Huey

2nd NY Cavalry, Col. Otto Harkhaus​
4th NY Cavalry, Lt. Col. Augustius Pruyn​
6th OH Cavalry A-E, G-L, Maj. William Stedman​
8th PA Cavalry, Capt. William A. Corrie​

3rd Brigade, 1,263, Col. J. Irvin Gregg

1st ME Cavalry A, B, D-K, M, 315, Lt. Col. Charles H. Smith (?)​
10th NY Cavalry, 333, Maj. M. Henry Avery (?)​
4th PA Cavalry, 258, Lt. Col. William E. Doster​
16th PA Cavalry, 349, Lt. Col. John K. Robison​

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3rd Division
, 3,902, Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick

Headquarters Guard, 1st OH Cavalry C, 40​

1st Brigade, 1,925, Capt. Elon Farnsworth (k), Col Nathaniel P. Richmond

5th NY Cavalry, 420, Maj. John Hammond​
18th PA Cavalry, 509, Lt. Col. William P. Brinton (?)​
1st VT Cavalry, 600, Col. Addison W. Preston​
1st WV Cavalry B-h, L-N, 395, Col. Nathaniel P. Richmond, Maj. Charles E. Capehart (?)​

2nd Brigade (July 3 with 2nd Cavalry Division), 934, Brig. Gen. George A. Custer

1st MI Cavalry, 427, Col. Charles H. Town​
5th MI Cavalry, 646, Col. Russell A. Alger​
6th MI Cavalry, 477, Col. George Gray​
7th MI Cavalry A-K, 383, Col. William D. Mann​

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1st Horse Artillery Brigade, 28 guns, 492 men, Capt. James M. Robertson

9th MI Battery (6 3-inch rifles), 111, Capt. Jabez J. Daniels​
6th NY Battery (6 3-inch rifles), 103, Capt. Joseph W. Martin​
2nd US Artillery, Batteries B & L (6 3-inch rifles), 99, Lt. Edward Heaton (?)​
2nd US Artillery, Battery M (6 3-inch rifles), 117, Lt. A. C. M. Pennington Jr. (?)​
4th US Artillery, Battery E (4 3-inch rifles), 60, Lt. Samuel S. Elder (?)​

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2nd Horse Artillery Brigade
, 12 guns, 272 men, Capt. John C. Tindall

1st US Artillery, Batteries E & G (4 3-inch rifles), 82, Capt. Alanson M. Randol (?)​
1st US Artillery, Battery K (6 3-inch rifles),114, Capt. William M. Graham (?)​
2nd US Artillery, Battery A (6 3-inch rifles), 74, Lt. John H. Calef (?)​
3rd US Artillery, Battery C (6 3-inch rifles)#, Lt. William D. Fuller​


Artillery Reserve
Strength: 2,375 men, 110 guns
Casualties: 43 killed, 187 wounded, 12 missing, 242 total
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Brig. Gen. Robert O. Tyler


Headquarters Guard, 32nd MA C, 45, Capt. Josiah C. Fuller​

Train Guard, 4th NJ B, D-G, I-K, 272, Maj. Charles Ewing (?)​


1st U.S. Regular Brigade, 24 guns, 445 men, Capt. Dunbar R. Ransom (w)

1st US Artillery, Battery H (6 12-pound Napoleons), 129, Lt. Chandler P. Eakin (?), Lt. Philip D. Mason (?)​
3rd US Artillery, Batteries F & K (6 12-pound Napoleons), 115, Lt. John G. Turnbull (?)​
4th US Artillery, Battery C (6 12-pound Napoleons), 95, Lt. Evan Thomas (?)​
5th US Artillery, Battery C (6 12-pound Napoleons), 104, Lt. Gulian V. Weir (?)​

1st Volunteer Brigade, 22 guns, 385 men, Lt. Col. Freeman McGilvery

5th Battery, MA Light Artillery/19th NY Battery (6 3-inch rifles), 104, Capt. Charles A. Phillips​
9th Battery, MA Light Artillery (6 12-pound Napoleons), 104, Capt. John Bigelow (w), Lt. Richard S. Milton​
15th Battery, NY Light Artillery (4 12-pound Napoleons), 70, Capt. Patrick Hart (?)​
PA Light Artillery, Batteries C & F (6 3-inch rifles), 105, Capt. James Thompson (w)​

2nd Volunteer Brigade, 12 guns, 241 men, Capt. Elijah D. Taft

1st CT Heavy Artillery, Battery B (4 4.5-inch rifles)#, Capt. Albert F. Broker​
1st CT Heavy Artillery, Battery M (4 4.5-inch rifles)#, Capt. Franklin A. Pratt​
2nd Battery, CT Light Artillery (4 12-pound James, 2 12-pound howitzers), 93, Capt. John W. Sterling​
5th Battery, NY Light Artillery (6 20-pound Parrotts), 146, Capt. Elijah D. Taft​

3rd Volunteer Brigade, 22 guns, 431 men, Capt. James F. Huntington

1st Battery, NH Light Artillery (6 3-inch rifles), 86, Capt. Frederick M. Edgell​
1st OH Light Artillery, Battery H (6 3-inch rifles), 99, Lt. George W. Norton​
1st PA Light Artillery, Batteries F & G (6 3-inch rifles), 144, Capt. R. Bruce Ricketts (?)​
WV Light Artillery, Battery C (4 10-pound Parrotts), 100, Capt. Wallace Hill (?)​

4th Volunteer Brigade, 24 guns, 499 men, Capt. Robert H. Fitzhugh

6th Battery (F), ME Light Artillery (6 12-pound Napoleons), 87, Lt. Edwin B. Dow (?)​
MD Light Artillery, Battery A (6 3-inch rifles), 106, Capt. James H. Rigby​
1st Battery, NJ Light Artillery (6 10-pound Parrotts), 98. Lt. Augustin N. Parsons​
1st NY Light Artillery, Battery G (6 12-pound Napoleons), 84, Capt. Nelson Ames​
1st NY Light Artillery/11th NY Battery (K) (6 3-inch rifles), 128, Capt. Robert H. Fitzhugh​
 
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CivilWarTalk Gettysburg Campaign - Order of Battle

Why do we need or want another Order of Battle?

I don't know about you, but I hated the straight text flat file versions of orders of battle, it was easy to get lost in them. You'd start scrolling, and soon you'd have no idea what you were looking at, or how it related to the battle, or who all these people were, or what type of equipment these artillery units had...​
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?

Those are indicators to tell you what I've discovered about the status of that individual after the battle. The indicators mean:​
(?) = unknown/undetermined casualty status
(c) = captured
(w) = wounded
(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?

Here are my sources, this may not be a full and complete, exhaustive list....​
 
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