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


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


Daniel’s Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Junius Daniel
strength: 2,160 men
casualties: 230 killed, 580 wounded, 135 missing, 950 total

32nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Edmund C. Brabble

43rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Thomas S. Kenan (wounded and captured July 1)
Lt. Colonel William G. Lewis

45th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel Samuel H. Boyd (wounded and captured July 1)
Major John R. Winston (wounded and captured July 2)
Captain James A. Hopkins

53rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel William A. Owens

2nd North Carolina Infantry Battalion
Lt. Colonel Hezekiah L. Andrews (killed July 1)
Major John M. Hancock (wounded and captured July 1)
Captain Van Brown


Doles’ Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General George P. Doles
strength: 1,320 men
casualties: 45 killed, 105 wounded, 70 missing, 220 total

4th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel David R.E. Winn (killed July 1)
Major William H. Willis

12th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel Edward S. Willis

21st Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel John T. Mercer

44th Georgia Infantry Regiment
Colonel Samuel P. Lumpkin (wounded and captured July 1)
Major William H. Peebles


Iverson’s Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Alfred Iverson
strength: 1,380 men
casualties: 180 killed, 400 wounded, 320 missing, 900 total

5th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Captain Speight B. West (wounded July 1)
Major John S. Brooks (wounded July 1)
Captain Lewis T. Hicks

12th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel William S. Davis

20th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel Nelson Slough (wounded July 1)
Major John S. Brooks (wounded July 1)
Captain Lewis T. Hicks

23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Daniel H. Christie (mortally wounded July 1)
Lt. Colonel Robert D. Johnston (wounded July 1)
Major Charles C. Blacknall (wounded and captured July 1)
Captain Vines E. Turner


Ramseur’s Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Stephen D. Ramseur
strength: 1,030 men
casualties: 90 killed, 280 wounded, 150 missing, 520 total

2nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Major Daniel W. Hurtt (wounded July 1)
Captain James T. Scales

4th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Bryan Grimes

14th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Risden T. Bennett (wounded July 3)
Major Joseph H. Lambeth

30th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Colonel Francis M. Parker (wounded July 1)
Major William W. Sillers


O’Neal’s Brigade (monument)
Colonel Edward A. O’Neal
strength: 1,690 men
casualties: 90 killed, 420 wounded, 185 missing, 695 total

3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment
Colonel Cullen A. Battle

5th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Colonel Josephus M. Hall

6th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Colonel James N. Lightfoot (wounded July 1)
Captain Milledge L. Bowie

12th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Colonel Samuel B. Pickens

26th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Lt. Colonel John C. Goodgame


Carter’s Artillery Battalion (monument)
Lt. Colonel Thomas H. Carter
strength: 385 men, 16 guns
casualties: 14 killed, 25 wounded, 34 missing, 73 total

Jeff Davis (Alabama) Artillery (marker)
Captain W.J. Reese
4 3″ Rifles

King William (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain William P.P. Carter
2 10-pounder Parrott Rifles, 2 Napoleons

Morris (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Richard C.M. Page (wounded)
Lieutenant Samuel H. Pendleton
4 Napoleons

Orange (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Charles W. Fry
2 10-pounder Parrott Rifles, 2 3″ Rifles