The Civil War in the East

CSA Flag C.S.A. - Army of Northern Virginia - Third Corps

Heth's Division

Major General Henry Heth

         
   
   
         

Heth's Division opened the Battle of Gettysburg for the Army of Northern Virginia on July 1, then went on to take part in Pickett's Charge on July 3, suffering heavy casualties.

Archer's Brigade

Bde. Gen. James J. Archer (c 7/1)

Colonel Birkett D. Fry (w&c 7/3)

Lt. Colonel Samuel G. Shepard

attached to Pettigrew's Bde. 7/10

temporarily combined with Walker's Bde. 7/19

5th Alabama Infantry Battalion

Major Albert S. Van de Graaff

 

13th Alabama Infantry Regiment

Colonel Birket D. Fry (^ w&c 7/3)

Colonel James Aiken

 

1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Lt. Colonel J. George (c 7/3)

Major Felix G. Buchanan (w 7/3)

Captain J. B. Turney

 

7th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Colonel John A. Fite (c 7/3)

Lt. Colonel Samuel G. Shepard (^ 7/3)

Captain A.D. Norris

 

14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Captain Bruce L. Phillips

 

Davis' Brigade

Bde. Gen. Joseph R. Davis

2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel John M. Stone (w 7/1)

Major Joohn Blair (c 7/1)

Lt. Colonel David W. Humphries (k 7/3)

 

11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Francis M. Green (w 7/3)

Major Reuben D. Reynolds (w 7/1)

Lt. Daniel Featherston (k 7/3)

Lt. R. A. McDowell

 

42nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Colonel Hugh R. Miller (mw&c 7/3)

Captain Andrew M. Nelson

 

55th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel John K. Connally (w 7/1, c 7/5)

Lt. Colonel Maurice T. Smith (mw 7/1)

Major Alfred H. Belo (w 7/1)

Captain George A. Gilreath (k)

Captain E. Fletcher Satterfield

 

Heth's/Walker's Brigade

Colonel John M. Brockenbrough

Colonel Robert Mayo (7/3)

Bde. Gen. Henry Walker (after 7/19)

40th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Captain Thomas E. Betts (w&c)

Captain R. B. Davis

Colonel John M. Brockenbrough (after 7/19)

 

47th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel Robert M. Mayo

Lt. Colonel John W. Lyell

 

55th Virginia Infantry Regiment

Colonel William S. Christian (c 7/14)

Captain Charles N. Lawson

 

22nd Virginia Infantry Battalion

Major John S. Bowles

 

Pettigrew's Brigade

Bde. Gen. James J. Pettigrew (w 7/3, mw 7/14)

Colonel James K. Marshall (k 7/3)

Major John T. Jones (w)

11th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Collett Leventhorpe (w 7/1, c 7/10)

Major Egbert A. Ross (k 7/1)

Captain Albert Haynes (w&c 7/3)

Captain Francis W. Bird (7/3-7/15)

Lt. Colonel W.J. Martin (after 7/15)

 

26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel Henry K. Burgwyn (k 7/1)

Lt. Colonel John R. Lane (w)

Major John T. Jones (to 7/3)

Captain H. C. Albright

 

47th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel George H. Fairbault (w 7/1)

Lt. Colonel J. Owens Rogers

 

52nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Colonel James Marshall (^k 7/3)

Lt. Colonel Marcus Parks (w&c 7/3)

Major John Q. Richardson (mw&c 7/3)

Captain Nathaniel Foster

 

Garnett's Artillery Battalion

Lt. Colonel John J. Garnet

Donaldsonville (La.) Artillery

Captain Victor Maurin

 

Moore's Co. (Va.) Artillery

Captain Joseph D. Moore

 

Lewis (Va.) Artillery

Captain John W. Lewis

 

Norfolk (Va.) Blues Artillery

Captain Charles R. Grady

 




 
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