Over forty monuments at Gettysburg are dedicated to individuals. Eight are equestrian statues which honor the major generals who commanded the Armies and Army Corps. (Some regimental monuments at Gettysburg include a statue to an individual, but they are listed under the unit headings. The exception is Robert E. Lee’s equestrian statue, which is part of the State of Virginia monument but is also included here.) Bronze statues of standing figures are mostly division commanders, but they also include a Chaplain and a local citizen who picked up his musket and went out to defend his country. Other monuments honor individuals with a bronze tablet or a name carved in stone.