The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of Northern Virginia


3rd Corps (monument)
Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill
strength: 22,100 men
casualties: 1,660 killed, 4,470 wounded, 1,870+ missing, 8,000 total


Anderson’s Division (monument)
Major General Richard H. Anderson
strength: 7,135 men
casualties: 345 killed, 1,140 wounded, 675 missing, 2,160 total

Heth’s Division (monument)
Major General Henry Heth
strength: 7,460 men
casualties: 780 killed, 1,935 wounded, 645+ missing, 3,360+ total

Pender’s Division (monument)
Major General William D. Pender
strength: 6,735 men
casualties: 520 killed, 1,340 wounded, 540 missing, 2,400 total


Artillery Reserve
Colonel R. Lindsay Walker


McIntosh’s Artillery Battalion (monument)
Major David G. McIntosh
strength: 360 men, 16 guns
casualties: 8 killed, 24 wounded, 16 missing, 48 total

Danville (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Robert S. Rice
4 Napoleons

Hardaway (Alabama) Artillery (marker)
Captain William B. Hurt
2 Whitworth Rifles, 2 3″ Rifles

Johnson’s (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Marmaduke Johnson
2 3″ Rifles and 2 Napoleons

2nd Rockbridge (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
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ieutenant Samuel Wallace
2 Napoleons and 2 or 4 3″ Rifles


Pegram’s Artillery Battalion (monument)
Major William R.J. Pegram
strength: 375 men, 20 guns
casualties: 12 killed, 36 wounded, 3 missing, 51 total

Crenshaw (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain William Crenshaw
2 Napoleons and 2 12-pounder Howitzers

Fredericksburg (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Edward A. Marye
2 Napoleons, 2 3″ Rifles

Letcher (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Thomas A. Brander
2 Napoleons, 2 3″ Rifles

Pee Dee (South Carolina) Artillery (marker)
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ieutenant William E. Zimmerman
4 3″ Rifles

Purcell (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Joseph McGraw
4 12-pounders