The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of Northern Virginia


1st Corps (monument)
Lieutenant General James Longstreet (monument)
strength: 20,700 men, 87 guns
casualties: 1,580 killed, 4,100 wounded, 1,980+ missing, 7,660 total


Hood’s Division
Major General John B. Hood (wounded July 2)
Brigadier General Evander Law
strength: 7,380 men
casualties: 490 killed, 1,340 wounded, 540 missing, 2,370 total

McLaw’s Division
Major General Lafayette McLaws
strength: 6,900 men
casualties: 460 killed, 1,410 wounded, 350+ missing, 2,220+ total

Pickett’s Division
Major General George E. Pickett
strength: 5,475 men
casualties: 600 killed, 1,220 wounded, 1,080+ missing, 2,900+ total


Artillery Reserve
Colonel James B. Walton


Alexander’s Artillery Battalion (monument)
Colonel Edward Porter Alexander
strength: 575 men, 24 guns
casualties: 22 killed, 111 wounded, 6 missing, 139 total

Ashland (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Pichegru Woolfolk, Jr. (wounded July 2)
Lieutenant James Woolfolk
2 20-pounder Parrotts, 2 Napoleons

Bath (Virginia) Battery (marker)
Captain Osmond B. Taylor
4 Napoleons

Bedford (Virginia) Artillery (marker)
Captain Tyler C. Jordan
4 3″ Rifles

Brooks (South Carolina) Artillery (marker)
Captain William W. Fickling
4 Napoleons

Madison (Louisiana) Artillery (marker)
Captain George V. Moody
4 24-pounder Howizers

Parker’s (Virginia) Battery (marker)
Captain William W. Parker
3 3″ Rifles and 1 10-pounder Parrott


Eschleman’s Artillery Battalion (Washington Artillery; monument)
Major Benjamin F. Eschleman
strength: 340 men, 10 guns
casualties: 8 killed, 11 wounded, 11 missing, 30 total

Company 1 (marker)
Captain Charles W. Squires
1 Napoleon

Company 2 (marker)
Captain John B. Richardson
2 Napoleons, 1 12-pounder Howitzer

Company 3 (marker)
Captain Merrit B. Miller
3 Napoleons

Company 4 (marker)
Captain Joseph Norcom
2 Napoleons, 1 12-pounder Howitzer