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The monument to the Third Volunteer Brigade of the Army of the Potomac’s Artillery Reserve is south of Gettysburg in the National Cemetery. (Tour map: National Cemetery)

Monument to the 3rd Volunteer Brigade, Artillery Reserve, Army of the Potomac

From the monument:

Army of the Potomac 
Artillery Reserve
Third Volunteer Brigade
Capt. James F Huntington 

1st New Hampshire Battery
Capt. Frederick M. Edgell
July 2 and 3. Engaged on Cemetery Hill.

1st Ohio Battery H
Lieut. George W. Norton
July 2 and 3. Engaged on Cemetery Hill.

1st Penna. Batteries F and G
Capt. R. Bruce Ricketts
July 2 and 3. Engaged on East Cemetery Hill.

West Virginia Battery C
Capt. Wallace Hill
J
uly 2 and 3. Engaged on Cemetery Hill.

Casualties Killed 10 Men Wounded 1 Officer 23 Men Captured or Missing 3 Men Total 37