The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of the Potomac > 2nd Corps


1st Division (monument)
Brigadier General John C. Caldwell
strength: 3,320 men
casualties: 185 killed, 880 wounded, 210 missing, 1,275 total


1st Brigade (monument)
Colonel Edward E. Cross (mortally wounded July 2)
Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen
strength: 855 men
casualties: 55 killed, 260 wounded, 15 missing, 330 total

5th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Charles E. Hapgood

61st New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel K. Oscar Broady

81st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen (temporarily transferred to 148th Pennsylvania on June 30)
Lieutenant Colonel Amos Stroh

148th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Henry Boyd McKeen (temporarily transferred from 81st Pennsylvania on June 30, ^ July 2)
Lieutenant Colonel Robert MacFarlane


2nd Brigade (monument)
Colonel Patrick Kelly
strength: 530 men
casualties:30 killed, 110 wounded, 60 missing, 200 total

28th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Richard Byrnes

63rd New York Infantry Battalion (2 Companies)  (monument)
Captain Thomas Touhy

69th New York Infantry Battalion (2 Companies) (monument)
Captain Richard Moroney (wounded July 2)
1st Lieutenant James J. Smith

88th New York Infantry Battalion (2 Companies) (monument)
Captain Denis F. Burke

116th Pennsylvania Infantry Battalion (4 Companies) (monument)
Major St. Claire A. Mulholland


3rd Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Samuel K. Zook (killed July 2) (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Charles G. Freudenberg (wounded July 2)
Colonel Patrick Roberts (killed July 2)
Lieutenant Colonel John Fraser
strength: 975 men
casualties: 50 killed, 225 wounded, 80 missing, 355 total

52nd New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Charles G. Freudenberg (^ July 2)
Major Edward Venuti (killed July 2)
Captain William Scherrer

57th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Alfred B. Chapman

66th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Orlando H. Morris (wounded July 2)
Lieutenant Colonel John S. Hammell (wounded July 2)
Major Peter A. Nelson

140th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Patrick Roberts (^ July 2)
Lieutenant Colonel John Fraser (^ July 2)
Major Thomas Rodgers


4th Brigade (monument)
Colonel John R. Brooke (wounded July 2)
strength: 1,060 men
casualties: 55 killed, 285 wounded, 50 missing, 390 total

27th Connecticut Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Henry C. Merwin (killed July 2) (monument)
Major James H. Coburn

2nd Delaware Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel William P. Baily

64th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Daniel G. Bingham (wounded July 2)
Major Leman W. Bradley

53rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Richards McMichael

145th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Hiram L. Brown (wounded July 2)
Captain John W. Reynolds (wounded July 2)
Captain Moses W. Oliver