The monument to Beckham’s Stuart Horse Artillery is east of Gettysburg on the East Cavalry Battlefield on Confederate Cavalry Avenue. (East Cavalry Battlefield – north tour map)
From the monument:
July 3. These batteries were not permanently attached to the cavalry brigades but were sent to them when needed Breathed’s Battery with Brig. General W. H. F Lee’s Brigade. Chew’s Battery Brig. General W. E. Jones’ Brigade. Griffin’s Battery with the Second Army Corps. Hart’s Battery attached to the Washington Artillery with the Army Trains. McGregor’s Battery with Brig. Gen. Wade Hampton’s Brigade. Moorman’s Battery no report.
Casualties not reported.
Stuart’s horse artillery was commanded by Major Robert F. Beckham, a Virginian who had graduated from West Point (USMA 1859) just before the war. He would go on to become the commander of the artillery of Hood’s Army of the Tennessee, where he would be mortally wounded in the November, 1864 Battle of Franklin.