Friday, July 5, 2013

Confederate Order of Battle, Gettysburg

Gen. Lee is believed to have had about 75,000 men available at this battle---the largest the Army of Northern Virginia would ever be after the Seven Days battles in 1862.  He commands nine division of infantry organized into three corps, plus Stuart's five brigades of cavalry:

Army of Northern Virginia – CONFEDERATE
Order of Battle

General Robert Edward Lee, Commanding

General Staff:
    Chief of Staff and Inspector General: Col Robert H. Chilton
    Chief of Artillery: BG William N. Pendleton
    Medical Director: Dr. Lafayette Guild
    Aide de Camp and Asst. Adjutant General: Maj Walter H. Taylor
    Aide de Camp and Asst. Military Secretary: Maj Charles Marshall
    Aide de Camp and Asst. Inspector General: Maj Charles S. Venable
    Aide de Camp: Maj Thomas M. R. Talcott

General Headquarters
    Escort: 39th Virginia Cavalry Battalion (companies A & C)

I Corps
Lt. Gen. James Longstreet

McLaws' Division
     MG Lafayette McLaws

               Kershaw's Brigade
   BG Joseph B. Kershaw
    2nd South Carolina
    3rd South Carolina
    7th South Carolina
    8th South Carolina
    15th South Carolina
    3rd South Carolina Battalion

Barksdale's Brigade
   BG William Barksdale (mw); Col Benjamin G. Humphreys

    13th Mississippi:
    17th Mississippi
    18th Mississippi
    21st Mississippi

Semmes' Brigade
   BG Paul J. Semmes (mw); Col Goode Bryan
    10th Georgia
    50th Georgia
    51st Georgia
    53rd Georgia

Wofford's Brigade
   BG William T. Wofford

    16th Georgia
    18th Georgia
    24th Georgia
    Cobb's (Georgia) Legion
    Phillips' (Georgia) Legion
    3rd Georgia Sharpshooter Battalion

Cabell's Artillery Battalion
   Col Henry C. Cabell; Maj Samuel P. Hamilton
    1st North Carolina Artillery, Battery A
    Pulaski (Georgia) Artillery
    1st Richmond Howitzers
    Troup (Georgia) Artillery

Pickett's Division
     MG George E. Pickett

               Garnett's Brigade
   BG Richard B. Garnett (k); Maj Charles S. Peyton
    8th Virginia
    18th Virginia
    19th Virginia
    28th Virginia
    56th Virginia

Kemper's Brigade
   BG James L. Kemper (w&c); Col Joseph Mayo, Jr

    1st Virginia
    3rd Virginia
    7th Virginia
    11th Virginia
    24th Virginia

Armistead's Brigade
   BG Lewis A. Armistead (mw&c); Ltc William White (w); Maj Joseph R. Cabell; Col William R. Aylett

    9th Virginia
    14th Virginia
    38th Virginia
    53rd Virginia
    57th Virginia

Dearing's Artillery Battalion
   Maj James Dearing; Maj John P. W. Read (w)
    Fauquier (Virginia) Artillery
    Hampden (Virginia) Artillery
    Richmond Fayette (Virginia) Artillery
    Blount's (Virginia) Battery

Hood's Division
     MG John Bell Hood (w); BG Evander M. Law

               Law's Brigade
   BG Evander M. Law; Col James L. Sheffield
    4th Alabama
    15th Alabama
    44th Alabama
    47th Alabama
    48th Alabama

Robertson's Brigade
   BG Jerome B. Robertson (w); Ltc Philip A. Work

    3rd Arkansas
    1st Texas
    4th Texas
    5th Texas

Anderson's Brigade
   BG George T. Anderson (w); Ltc William Luffman (w)

    7th Georgia
    8th Georgia
    9th Georgia
    11th Georgia
    59th Georgia

Benning's Brigade
   BG Henry L. Benning
    2nd Georgia
    15th Georgia
    17th Georgia
    20th Georgia

Henry's Artillery Battalion
   Maj Mathias W. Henry; Maj John C. Haskell

    Branch (North Carolina) Battery
    Charleston German (South Carolina) Artillery
    Palmetto (South Carolina) Light Artillery
    Rowan North Carolina Artillery

Artillery Reserve
     Col James B. Walton

               Alexander's Artillery Battalion
   Col Edward P. Alexander (w)
    Ashland (Virginia) Artillery
    Bedford (Virginia) Artillery
    Brooks (South Carolina) Artillery
    Madison (Louisiana) Light Artillery
    Richmond (Virginia) Battery
    Bath (Virginia) Battery

Washington (Louisiana) Artillery Battalion
   Maj Benjamin F. Eshleman
    First Company
    Second Company
    Third Company
    Fourth Company

II Corps
Lt. Gen. Richard S. Ewell

Early's Division
     MG Jubal A. Early

               Hays' Brigade
   BG Harry T. Hays

    5th Louisiana
    6th Louisiana
    7th Louisiana
    8th Louisiana
    9th Louisiana

Smith's Brigade
   BG William Smith

    31st Virginia
    49th Virginia
    52nd Virginia

Hoke's Brigade
   Col Isaac E. Avery (mw); Col Archibald C. Godwin

    6th North Carolina: Maj Samuel McD. Tate
    21st North Carolina: Col William W. Kirkland, Maj James Beall
    57th North Carolina: Col Archibald C. Godwin, Ltc Hamilton C. Jones

Gordon's Brigade
   BG John Brown Gordon
    13th Georgia
    26th Georgia
    31st Georgia
    38th Georgia
    60th Georgia
    61st Georgia

Jones' Artillery Battalion
   Ltc Hilary P. Jones
    Charlottesville (Virginia) Artillery
    Courtney (Virginia) Artillery
    Louisiana Guard Artillery
    Staunton (Virginia) Artillery

    35th Virginia Battalion: Ltc Elijah V. White

Johnson's Division
     MG Edward Johnson

               Steuart's Brigade
   BG George H. Steuart
    1st Maryland Battalion
    1st North Carolina
    3rd North Carolina
    10th Virginia
    23rd Virginia
    37th Virginia

Stonewall Brigade
   BG James A. Walker
    2nd Virginia
    4th Virginia
    5th Virginia
    27th Virginia
    33rd Virginia

Nicholls' Brigade
  Col Jesse M. Williams
    1st Louisiana
    2nd Louisiana
    10th Louisiana
    14th Louisiana
    15th Louisiana

Jones' Brigade
   BG John M. Jones (w); Ltc Robert H. Dungan

    21st Virginia
    25th Virginia
    42nd Virginia
    44th Virginia
    48th Virginia
    50th Virginia

Andrews' Artillery Battalion
   Maj Joseph W. Latimer (mw); Cpt Charles I. Raine

    1st Maryland Battery
    Alleghany (Virginia) Artillery
    Chesapeake (Maryland) Artillery
    Lee (Virginia) Battery

Rodes' Division
     MG Robert E. Rodes

               Daniel's Brigade
   BG Junius Daniel
    32nd North Carolina
    43rd North Carolina
    45th North Carolina
    53rd North Carolina
    2nd North Carolina Battalion

Doles' Brigade
   BG George P. Doles
    4th Georgia
    12th Georgia
    21st Georgia
    44th Georgia

Iverson's Brigade
   BG Alfred Iverson, Jr.
    5th North Carolina
    12th North Carolina
    20th North Carolina
    23rd North Carolina

Ramseur's Brigade
  BG Stephen D. Ramseur
    2nd North Carolina
    4th North Carolina
    14th North Carolina
    30th North Carolina

Rodes' (old) Brigade
   Col Edward A. O'Neal
    3rd Alabama
    5th Alabama
    6th Alabama
    12th Alabama
    26th Alabam

Carter's Artillery Battalion
   Ltc Thomas H. Carter
    Jefferson Davis (Alabama) Artillery
    King William (Virginia) Artillery
    Morris (Virginia) Artillery
    Orange (Virginia) Artillery

Artillery Reserve
     Col J. Thompson Brown

               First Virginia Artillery Battalion
   Cpt Willis J. Dance
    2nd Richmond (Virginia) Howitzers
    3rd Richmond (Virginia) Howitzers
    Powhatan (Virginia) Artillery
    Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery
    Salem (Virginia) Artillery

Nelson's Artillery Battalion
   Ltc William Nelson
    Amherst (Virginia) Artillery
    Fluvanna (Virginia) Artillery
    Milledge's Georgia Battery

III Corps
Lt. Gen. Ambrose Powell Hill

Anderson's Division
     MG Richard H. Anderson

               Wilcox's Brigade
   BG Cadmus M. Wilcox
    8th Alabama
    9th Alabama
    10th Alabama
    11th Alabama
    14th Alabama

Mahone's Brigade
   BG William Mahone
    6th Virginia
    12th Virginia
    16th Virginia
    41st Virginia
    61st Virginia

Wright's Brigade
   BG Ambrose R. Wright; Col William Gibson; BG Ambrose R. Wright

    3rd Georgia
    22nd Georgia
    48th Georgia
    2nd Georgia Battalion

Perry's Brigade
   Col David Lang
    2nd Florida
    5th Florida
    8th Florida

Posey's Brigade
   BG Carnot Posey (w); Col. Nathaniel Harris
    12th Mississippi
    16th Mississippi
    19th Mississippi
    48th Mississippi

Cutt's Artillery Battalion
   Maj John Lane
    Company A
    Company B
    Company C

Heth's Division
     MG Henry Heth (w); BG James J. Pettigrew (w)

               Pettigrew's Brigade
   BG James J. Pettigrew; Col James K. Marshall (k); Maj John T. Jones (w)
    11th North Carolina:
    26th North Carolina
    47th North Carolina
    52nd North Carolina

Heth's (old) Brigade
   Col John M. Brockenbrough; Col Robert M. Mayo
    40th Virginia
    47th Virginia
    55th Virginia
    22nd Virginia Battalion

Archer's Brigade
   BG James J. Archer (w&c); Col Birkett D. Fry (w&c); Ltc Samuel G. Shepard
    13th Alabama
    5th Alabama Battalion
    1st Tennessee (Provisional Army)
    7th Tennessee
    14th Tennessee

Davis' Brigade
   BG Joseph R. Davis (w)
    2nd Mississippi
    11th Mississippi
    42nd Mississippi
    55th North Carolina

Garnett's Artillery Battalion
   Ltc John J. Garnett
    Donaldsonville (Louisiana) Artillery
    Huger (Virginia) Artillery
    Lewis (Virginia) Artillery
    Norfolk (Virginia) Blues Artillery

Pender's Division
     MG William D. Pender (mw); BG James H. Lane; MG Isaac R. Trimble (w&c); BG James H. Lane

               McGowan's Brigade
   Col Abner M. Perrin
    1st South Carolina (Provisional Army)
    1st South Carolina Rifles
    12th South Carolina
    13th South Carolina
    14th South Carolina

Lane's Brigade
   BG James H. Lane; Col Clark M. Avery
    7th North Carolina
    18th North Carolina
    28th North Carolina
    33rd North Carolina
    37th North Carolina

Thomas' Brigade
   BG Edward L. Thomas
    14th Georgia
    35th Georgia
    45th Georgia
    49th Georgia

Scales' Brigade
   BG Alfred M. Scales (w); Ltc George T. Gordon; Col William L. J. Lowrance
    13th North Carolina
    16th North Carolina
    22nd North Carolina
    34th North Carolina
    38th North Carolina

Poague's Artillery Battalion
   Maj William T. Poague
    Albemarle (Virginia) Artillery
    Charlotte (North Carolina) Artillery
    Madison (Mississippi) Artillery
    Brooke's Virginia Battery

Artillery Reserve
     Col Reuben L. Walker

               McIntosh's Artillery Battalion
   Maj David G. McIntosh
    Danville (Virginia) Artillery
    Hardaway (Alabama) Artillery
    2nd Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery
    Johnson's Virginia Battery

Pegram's Artillery Battalion
   Maj William R. J. Pegram; Cpt Ervin B. Brunson
    Crenshaw (Virginia) Battery
    Fredericksburg (Virginia) Artillery
    Letcher (Virginia) Artillery
    Pee Dee (South Carolina) Artillery
    Purcell (Virginia) Artillery

Cavalry Division
Maj. Gen. James Ewell Brown Stuart

               Hampton's Brigade
   BG Wade Hampton (w)
    1st North Carolina
    1st South Carolina
    2nd South Carolina
    Cobb's (Georgia) Legion
    Jeff Davis (Mississippi) Legion
    Phillips (Georgia) Legion

Robertson's Brigade  (not present at Gettysburg)
   BG Beverly H. Robertson
    4th North Carolina
    5th North Carolina

Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade
   BG Fitzhugh Lee
    1st Maryland Battalion
    1st Virginia
    2nd Virginia
    3rd Virginia
    4th Virginia
    5th Virginia

Jenkins' Brigade
   BG Albert G. Jenkins (w); Col Milton J. Ferguson
    14th Virginia
    16th Virginia
    17th Virginia
    34th Virginia Battn.
    36th Virginia Battn.
    Jackson's (Virginia) Battery
William H. F. (Rooney) Lee's Brigade
   Col John R. Chambliss, Jr.
    2nd North Carolina Cavalry
    9th Virginia
    10th Virginia
    13th Virginia

Jones' Brigade
   BG William E. Jones
    6th Virginia
    7th Virginia
    11th Virginia

Stuart's Horse Artillery
   Maj Robert F. Beckham

    Breathed's (Virginia) Battery
    Chew's (Virginia) Battery
    Griffin's (Maryland) Battery
    Hart's (South Carolina) Battery
    McGregor's (Virginia) Battery
    Moorman's (Virginia) Battery

Imboden's Command
   BG John D. Imboden
    18th Virginia
    62nd Virginia
    McNeill's Company (Virginia)

    Staunton (Virginia) Battery

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