The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of Northern Virginia


2nd Corps (monument)
Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewell
strength: 20,700 men
casualties: 1,270 killed, 3,680 wounded, 1,650+ missing, 6,600+ total


Early’s Division (monument)
Major General Jubal Early
strength: 5,460 men
casualties: 295 killed, 820 wounded, 360 missing, 1,475 total

Johnson’s Division (monument)
Major General Edward Johnson
strength: 6,430 men
casualties: 370 killed, 1,150 wounded, 410+ missing, 1,940+ total

Rodes’ Division (monument)
Major General Robert E. Rodes
strength: 7,980 men
casualties: 600 killed, 1,685 wounded, 830 missing, 3,115 total


Artillery Reserve
Colonel John Thompson Brown


1st Virginia Artillery Battalion (monument)
Captain Willis J. Dance
strength: 370 men, 20 guns
casualties: 3 killed, 21 wounded, 26 missing, 50 total

Powhattan (Virginia) Battery (marker)
Lieutenant John M. Cunningham
4 3″ Rifles

1st Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Archibald Graham
4 20-pounder Parrott Rifles

2nd Richmond (Virginia) Howitzers (marker)
Captain David Watson
4 10-pounder Parrott Rifles

3rd Richmond (Virginia) Howitzers (marker)
Captain Benjamin H. Smith, Jr.
4 3″ Rifles

Salem (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Lieutenant Charles B. Griffin
2 3″ Rifles


Nelson’s Artillery Battalion (monument)
Lt. Colonel William Nelson
strength: 280 men, 10 guns
casualties: 0 killed, 1 wounded, 23 missing, 24 total

Amherst (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Thomas J. Kirkpatrick
3 Napoleons, 1 3″ Rifle

Fluvanna (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain John L. Massie
3 Napoleons, 1 3″ Rifle

Georgia Regular Battery (marker)
Captain John Milledge, Jr.
1 10-pounder Parrott Rifle, 2 3″ Rifles