The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of the Potomac

Organization of the 11th Corps of the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg.

The 11th Corps had 26 infantry regiments and 5 artillery batteries at Gettysburg, organized into 3 divisions of two brigades each and an artillery brigade.

11th Corps (monument)
Major General Oliver O. Howard (^ Battlefield commander July 1) (monument)
Major General Carl Schurz
strength: 9,190 men, 26 guns
casualties: 370 killed, 1,920 wounded, 1,510 missing, 3,800 total

Headquarters escort
1st Indiana Cavalry, Companies I&K
Captain Abram Sharra

8th New York Independent Infantry Company
Lieutenant Hermann Foerster

1st Division (monument)
Brigadier General Francis Barlow (wounded July 2) (monument)
Brigadier General Adelbert Ames
strength: 2,480 men
casualties: 120 killed, 680 wounded, 505 missing, 1,305 total

1st Brigade (monument)
Colonel Leopold Von Gilsa
strength: 1,135 men
casualties: 55 killed, 310 wounded, 165 missing, 530 total

41st New York Infantry Regiment (9 companies) (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Detleo von Einsiedel

54th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Major Stephen Kovacs (captured July 1)
Lieutenant Ernst Both

68th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Gotthilf Bourry

153rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Major John F. Frueauff

2nd Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Adelbert Ames (^ July 1)
Colonel Andrew L. Harris
strength: 1,335 men
casualties: 70 killed, 365 wounded, 345 missing, 780 total

17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fowler (killed July 1)
Major Allen G. Brady

25th Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Jeremiah Williams (captured July 1)
Captain Nathaniel J. Manning (wounded July 1)
Lieutenant William Maloney (wounded July 2)
Lieutenant Israel White

75th Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Andrew L. Harris (^ July 1)
Captain George B. Fox

107th Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Seraphim Meyer (wounded July 1)
Captain John M. Lutz

2nd Division (monument)
Major General Adolph Von Steinwehr
strength: 2,860 men
casualties: 105 killed, 505 wounded, 330 missing, 940 total

1st Brigade (monument)
Colonel Charles R. Coster
strength: 1,215 men
casualties: 55 killed, 230 wounded, 310 missing, 595 total

134th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Allen H. Jackson

154th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel B. Allen

27th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Lorenz Cantador

73rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Captain Daniel F. Kelley

2nd Brigade (monument)
Colonel Orland Smith
strength: 1,640 men
casualties: 50 killed, 280 wounded, 20 missing, 350 total

33rd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Adin B. Underwood

136th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel James Wood, Jr.

55th Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Charles B, Gambee

73rd Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Long

3rd Division (monument)
Major General Carl Schurz (^ July 1)
Brigadier General Alexander Schimmelfennig
strength: 3,110 men
casualties: 130 killed, 685 wounded, 660 missing, 1,475 total

1st Brigade (monument)
Brigadier General Alexander Schimmelfennig
strength: 1,680 men
casualties: 60 killed, 300 wounded, 450 missing, 810 total

82nd Illinois Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Frederick Hecker

45th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel George Amsberg (^ July 1)
Lieutenant Colonel Adolphus Dobke

157th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Philip P. Brown, Jr.

61st Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Stephen J. McGroarty

74th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Adolph von Hartung (wounded July 1)/
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander von Mitzel

2nd Brigade (monument)
Colonel Wladimir Krzyzanowski
strength: 1,420 men
casualties: 75 killed, 390 wounded, 205 missing, 670 total

58th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel August Otto (^ division Chief of Staff July 1)
Captain Emil Koenig

119th New York Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel John T. Lockman (wounded July 1)
Lieutenant Colonel Edward F. Lloyd

82nd Ohio Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel James S. Robinson (wounded July 1)
Lieutenant Colonel David Thomson

75th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment (monument)
Colonel Ffrancis Mahler (mortally wounded July 1)
Major August Ledig

26th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Hans Boebel (wounded July 1)
Captain John W. Fuchs

Artillery Brigade (monument)
Major Thomas W. Osborn
strength: 605 men, 26 guns
casualties: 7 killed, 53 wounded, 9 missing, 69 total

1st New York Artillery, Battery I (monument)
Captain Michael Wiedrich
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

13th New York Independent Battery (monument)
1st Lieutenant William Wheeler
4 3″ Ordnance Rifles

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery I (monument)
Captain Hubert Dilger
6 Napoleons

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery K (monument)
Captain Lewis Heckman
4 Napoleons

4th United States Artillery, Battery G (monument)
1st Lieutenant Bayard Wilkeson (mortally wounded July 1
1st Lieutenant Eugene A. Bancroft
6 Napoleons