The Armies at Gettysburg > The Army of the Potomac

Organization of the Artillery Reserve of the Federal Army of the Potomac during the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863.

Artillery Reserve (monument)
Brigadier General Robert O. Tylerstrength: 2,375 men, 114 guns
casualties: 43 killed, 187 wounded, 12 missing, 242 total

GHQ Guard
32nd Massachusetts Infantry, Company C
Captain Josiah C. Fuller

Ammunition Train Guard
4th New Jersey Infantry, Companies B,D,E,F,G,I&K (monument)
Major Charles Ewing

1st Regular Artillery Brigade (monument)
Captain Dunbar R. Ransom (wounded, July 2)
strength: 445 men and 24 guns
casualties: 13 killed, 53 wounded, 2 missing, 68 total

1st United States Battery H (monument)
1st Lieutenant Chandler P. Eakin (wounded July 2)
2nd Lieutenant Philip Mason
6 Napoleons

3rd United States Batteries F & K (monument)
1st Lieutenant John G. Turnbull
6 Napoleons

4th United States Battery C (monument)
1st Lieutenant Evan Thomas
6 Napoleons

5th United States Battery C (monument)
1st Lieutenant Gulian V. Weir
6 Napoleons

1st Volunteer Artillery Brigade (monument)
Lieutenant Colonel Freeman McGilvery
strength: 385 men and 22 guns
casualties: 17 killed, 71 wounded, 5 missing, 68 total

5th Massachusetts Battery (monument)
(10th New York Independent Battery attached – monument)
Captain Charles A. Philips
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

9th Massachusetts Battery (monument)
Captain John Bigelow (wounded July 2)
1st Lieutenant Christopher Ericson (killed July 2)
2nd Lieutenant Richard S. Milton
6 Napoleons

15th New York Independent Battery (monument)
Captain Patrick Hart (wounded July 2)
1st Lieutenant Andrew R. MacMahon
4 Napoleons

Pennsylvania Independent Batteries C&F (monument)
aptain James Thompson (wounded July 2)
Lieutenant J.L. Miller (mortally wounded July 2)
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

2nd Volunteer Artillery Brigade (monument)
Captain Elijah D. Taft
strength: 240 men and 12 guns
casualties: 1 killed, 5 wounded, 2 missing, 8 total

1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Battery B (not at Gettysburg – in reserve at Westminster, Md.)
Captain Albert F. Brooker
4 4.5″ Siege Rifles

1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Battery H (not at Gettysburg – in reserve at Westminster, Md.)
Captain Franklin A. Pratt
4 4.5″ Siege Rifles

2nd Connecticut Battery (monument)
Captain John W. Sterling
4 14-pounder James Rifles, 2 12-pounder Howitzers

5th New York Independent Battery (monument)
Captain Elijah D. Taft
6 20-pounder Parrott Rifles

3rd Volunteer Artillery Brigade (monument)
Captain James F. Huntington
strength: 430 men and 20 guns
casualties: 10 killed, 24 wounded, 3 missing, 37 total

1st New Hampshire Battery  (monument)
Captain Frederick M. Edgell
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery H  (monument)
Captain James F. Huntington (^)
Lieutenant George W. Norton
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Batteries F&G  (monument)
Captain Robert B. Ricketts
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

West Virginia Battery C  (monument)
Captain Wallace Hill
4 10-pounder Parrott Rifles

4th Volunteer Artillery Brigade (monument)
Captain Robert H. Fitzhugh
strength: 500 men and 28 guns
casualties: 3 killed, 34 wounded, 36 total

Maryland Battery A (monument)
Captain James H. Rigby
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles

6th Maine Battery (monument)
st Lieutenant Edwin B. Dow
4 Napoleons

1st New Jersey Battery (monument)
Lieutenant Augustin N. Parsons
6 10-pounder Parrott Rifles

1st New York Artillery, Battery G (monument)
Captain Nelson Ames
6 Napoleons

1st New York Artillery, Battery K (monument)
(11th New York Independent Battery attached – monument)
Captain Robert Fitzhugh
Captain John E. Burton
6 3″ Ordnance Rifles