The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of Northern Virginia > 2nd Corps

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

Hays’ Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Harry T. Hays
strength: 1,300 men
casualties: 60 killed, 190 wounded, 85 missing, 650 total

5th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Major Alexander Hart (wounded)

6th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel Joseph Hanlon

7th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Colonel David B. Penn

8th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Colonel Trevanion D. Lewis (killed July 2)
Lt. Colonel Alcibiedes de Blan (wounded)
Major German A. Lester

9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Colonel Leroy A. Stafford

Hoke’s Brigade (monument)
Colonel Isaac E. Avery (mortally wounded July 2)
Colonel Archibald C. Godwin
strength: 1,240 men
casualties: 90 killed, 210 wounded, 110 missing, 410 total

6th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Major Samuel M. Tate

21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel William W. Kirkland

54th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (detached at Winchester, Virginia)
Colonel Kenneth M. Murchison

57th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Archibald C. Godwin (^ July 2)
Lt. Colonel Hamilton C. Jones

Gordon’s Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General john B. Gordon
strength: 1,810 men
casualties: 110 killed, 300 wounded, 130 missing, 540 total

13th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel Thomas M. Smith

26th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel Edmund M. Atkinson

31st Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel Clement A. Evans

38th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel William L. McLeod (killed July 1)

60th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Captain Walters B. Jones

61st Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel John H. Lamar

Smith’s Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General William Smith
strength: 800 men
casualties: 28 killed, 120 wounded, 35 missing, 183 total

13th Virginia Infantry Regiment (detached at Winchester, Virginia)
Lt. Colonel James B. Terrill

31st Virginia Infantry Regiment
Colonel John S. Hoffman

49th Virginia Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel Jonathan C. Gibson

52nd Virginia Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel James H. Skinner (wounded)

58th Virginia Infantry Regiment  (detached at Winchester, Virginia)
Colonel Francis H. Board

Jones’ Artillery Battalion (monument)
Lt. Colonel Hilary P. Jones
strength: 380 men, 16 guns
casualties: 2 killed, 6 wounded, 4 missing, 12 total

Charlottesville (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain James M. Carrington
4 Napoleons

Courtney (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain William A. Tanner
4 3″ Rifles

Louisiana Guard Artllery (marker)
Captain Charles A. Green
2 10-pounder Parrott Rifles, 2 3″ Rifles

Staunton (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Asher W. Garber
4 Napoleons