The monument to Garnett’s Artillery Battalion is southwest of Gettysburg on West Confedrate Avenue. (Tour map: West Confederate Avenue – Pt. 1)

The battalion was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John J. Garnett, a native of Virginia who after the war wrote a guide to the Gettysburg Cyclorama.

Monument to Garnett's Artillery Battalion of the Army of Northern Virginia at Gettysburg

From the monument:

C. S. A.
Army of Northern Virginia
Hills Corps Heth’s Division
Garnett’s Battalion
Grandy’sMoore’sLewis’s, and Maurin’s
Batteries
Four Napoleons, Two 10 pounder Parrotts
Seven 3 inch Rifles, Two 12 pounder Howitzers

July 1, 2, 3, 4 The Parrotts and Rifles took part in the battle in different position on each of the three days their most active service being on the second day in this position.

The Napoleons and Howitzers were in reserve and not actively engaged at any time. All withdrew from the field on the fourth day but not at the same hour nor by the same route.

Losses Wounded 5, missing 17. Total 22.

Horses killed or disabled 13.