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Battle of Gettysburg: Confederate OB

 UNITS OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, CSA
AT THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
July 1-3, 1863
 

Gen. Robert E. Lee, Commanding
ARMY HEADQUARTERS

Col. R.H. Chilton
chief of staff and inspector general

Lt. Col. Briscoe G. Baldwin
chief of ordnance

Maj. H.E. Young
judge advocate general

Maj. Charles S. Venable
aide de camp and asst inspector general

Brig. Gen. W.N. Pendleton
chief of artillery

Lt. Col. Robert C. Cole
chief of commissary

Col. A.L. Long
military secretary/ acting asst chief of artillery

Capt. S.R. Johnston
engineer

Dr. Lafayette Guild
medical director

Lt. Col. James L. Corley
chief quartermaster

Lt. Col. Walter H. Taylor
aide de camp and asst adjutant general

FIRST ARMY CORPS 
(Lieut. Gen. James Longstreet)

McLaws' Division 
(Maj. Gen. Lafayette McLaws)

Pickett's Division 
(Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett)

Hood's Division 
(Maj. Gen. John B. Hood)

Kershaw's Brigade (BG J.B. Kershaw)

Garnett's Brigade (BG R.B. Garnett)

Law's Brigade (BG E.M. Law)

2nd South Carolina
3rd South Carolina
7th South Carolina

8th South Carolina
15th South Carolina

8th Virginia
18th Virginia
19th Virginia
28th Virginia
56th Virginia

4th Alabama
15th Alabama
44th Alabama
47th Alabama
48th Alabama

Semmes' Brigade (BG P.J. Semmes)

Kemper's Brigade (BG J.L Kemper)

Robertson's Brigade (BG J.B. Robertson)

10th Georgia
50th Georgia

51st Georgia
53rd Georgia

1st Virginia
3rd Virginia
7th Virginia

11th Virginia
24th Virginia

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

Barksdale's Brigade (BG William Barksdale)

Armistead's Brigade (BG L.A. Armistead)

Anderson's Brigade (BG George T. Anderson)

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

9th Virginia
14th Virginia
38th Virginia

53rd Virginia
57th Virginia

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

Wofford's Brigade (BG W.T. Wofford)

Benning's Brigade (BG Henry L. Benning)

16th Georgia
18th Georgia
24th Georgia

2nd Georgia
15th Georgia
17th Georgia
20th Georgia

Artillery (Col. H.C. Cabell)

Artillery (Maj. James Dearing)

Artillery (Maj. M.W. Henry)

1st North Carolina Artillery, Battery A
Pulaski (Georgia) Artillery
1st Richmond Howitzers
Troup (Georgia) Artillery

Fauquier (Virginia) Artillery
Hampden (Virginia) Artillery
Richmond Fayette Artillery
Virginia Battery

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

SECOND ARMY CORPS
(Lieut. Gen. RICHARD S. EWELL)

Early's Division
(Maj. Gen. Jubal A. Early)

Johnson's Division
(Maj. Gen. Edward Johnson)

Rodes' Division
(Maj. Gen. R.E. Rodes)

Hays' Brigade (BG Harry T. Hays)

Steuart's Brigade (BG George H. Steuart)

Daniel's Brigade (BG Junius Daniel)

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

1st Maryland Battalion Infantry
1st North Carolina
3rd North Carolina
10th Virginia
23rd Virginia
37th Virginia

32nd North Carolina
43rd North Carolina
45th North Carolina
53rd North Carolina

Smith's Brigade (BG William Smith)

Nicholls' Brigade (Col. J.M. Williams)

Iverson's Brigade (BG Alfred Iverson)

31st Virginia
49th Virginia
52nd Virginia

1st Louisiana
2nd Louisiana
10th Louisiana
14th Louisiana (A-K)
15th Louisiana

5th North Carolina
12th North Carolina
20th North Carolina
23rd North Carolina

Hoke's Brigade (Col. Isaac E. Avery)

Stonewall's Brigade (BG James A. Walker)

Doles' Brigade (BG George Doles)

6th North Carolina (I)
21st North Carolina
57th North Carolina

2nd Virginia
4th Virginia
5th Virginia
27th Virginia
33rd Virginia (A-K)

4th Georgia (C)
12th Georgia (K)
21st Georgia
44th Georgia (C)

Gordon's Brigade (BG J.B. Gordon)

Jones' Brigade (Brig. Gen. John M. Jones)

Ramseur's Brigade (BG S.D. Ramseur)

13th Georgia
26th Georgia
31st Georgia
38th Georgia
60th Georgia
61st Georgia

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

2nd North Carolina
4th North Carolina
14th North Carolina
30th North Carolina

O'Neal's Brigade (Col. E.A. O'Neal)

3rd Alabama
5th Alabama
6th Alabama
12th Alabama
26th Alabama

Artillery (Lt. Col. H.P. Jones)

Artillery (Maj. J.W. Latimer)

Artillery (Lt. Col. Thomas H. Carter)

Charlottesville (Virginia) Artillery
Courtney (Virginia) Artillery
Louisiana Guard Artillery
Staunton (Virginia) Artillery

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

Jeff. Davis (Alabama) Artillery
King Williams (Virginia) Artillery
Morris (Virginia) Artillery
Orange (Virginia) Artillery

THIRD ARMY CORPS
(Lieut. Gen. A.P. HILL)

Anderson's Division
(Maj. Gen. R.H. Anderson)

Heth's Division
(Maj. Gen. Henry Heth)

Pender's Division
(Maj. Gen. William D. Pender)

Wilcox's Brigade (BG Cadmus M. Wilcox)

First Brigade (BG J.J. Pettigrew)

First Brigade (Col. Abner Perrin)

8th Alabama
9th Alabama
10th Alabama
11th Alabama
14th Alabama

11th North Carolina
26th North Carolina
47th North Carolina
52nd North Carolina

1st South Carolina
1st South Carolina Rifles
12th South Carolina
13th South Carolina
14th South Carolina

Wright's Brigade (BG A.R. Wright)

Second Brigade (Col. J.M. Brockenbrough)

Second Brigade (BG James H. Lane)

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

40th Virginia
47th Virginia
55th Virginia

7th North Carolina
18th North Carolina
28th North Carolina
33rd North Carolina
37th North Carolina

Mahone's Brigade (BG William Mahone)

Third Brigade (BG James J. Archer)

Third Brigade (BG Edward L. Thomas)

6th Virginia
12th Virginia
16th Virginia
41st Virginia
61st Virginia

5th Alabama Battalion
13th Alabama
1st Tennessee
7th Tennessee
14th Tennessee

14th Georgia
35th Georgia
45th Georgia
49th Georgia

Perry's Brigade (Col. David Lang)

Fourth Brigade (BG Joseph R. Davis)

Fourth Brigade (BG A.M. Scales)

2nd Florida
5th Florida
8th Florida

2nd Mississippi
11th Mississippi
42nd Mississippi
55th North Carolina

13th North Carolina (B)
16th North Carolina
22nd North Carolina
34th North Carolina
38th North Carolina (B)

Posey's Brigade (Brig. Gen. Carnot Posey)

12th Mississippi
16th Mississippi
19th Mississippi
48th Mississippi

Artillery -Sumter Battalion (Maj. John Lane)

Artillery (Lt. Col. John J. Garnett)

Artillery (Maj. William T. Poague)

Company A
Company B
Company C

Donaldsonville (Louisiana) Artillery
Huger (Virginia) Artillery
Lewis (Virginia) Artillery
Norfolk Light Artillery Blues

Albemarle (Virginia) Artillery
Charlotte (North Carolina) Artillery
Madison (Mississippi) Artillery
Virginia Battery

CAVALRY
Stuart's Division 
(Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart)

Hampton's Brigade (BG Wade Hampton)

Robertson's Bgde (BG Beverly H. Robertson)

Jones' Brigade (BG William E. Jones)

1st North Carolina Cavalry
1st South Carolina Cavalry
2nd South Carolina Cavalry
Cobb's (Georgia) Legion
Jefferson Davis Legion
Phillips (Georgia) Legion

4th North Carolina Cavalry
5th North Carolina Cavalry

6th Virginia Cavalry
7th Virginia Cavalry
11th Virginia Cavalry

Fitz. Lee's Brigade (BG Fitz. Lee)

Jenkins' Brigade (BG A.G. Jenkins)

W.H.F. Lee's Brigade (Col. J.R. Chambliss, Jr.)

1st Maryland Battalion Cavalry
1st Virginia Cavalry
2nd Virginia Cavalry
3rd Virginia Cavalry
4th Virginia Cavalry
5th Virginia Cavalry

14th Virginia Cavalry
16th Virginia Cavalry
17th Virginia Cavalry
34th Virginia Cavalry
36th Virginia Cavalry

2nd North Carolina Cavalry
9th Virginia Cavalry
10th Virginia Cavalry
13th Virginia Cavalry

Stuart Horse Artillery (Maj. R.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
(Brig. Gen. J.D. Imboden)

18th Virginia Cavalry
62nd Virginia Infantry, Mounted
Virginia Partisan Rangers
Virginia Battery

Source: Coddington, Edwin B. The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1968. 

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