The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of Northern Virginia

General Robert E. Lee

         
   
   

 

The Battle of Gettysburg on July 1-3 was a major blow to the army. Although high level command was not seriously disrupted, overall the army lost about a third of its number and losses among field and company officers was crippling.

First Corps

Lieutenant General James Longstreet

Hood's Division

Major General John B. Hood (w 7/2)

Bde. Gen. Evander M Law (after 7/2)

 

McLaws' Division

Major General Lafayette McLaws

 

Pickett's Division

Major General George E. Pickett

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel James B. Walton

 

Second Corps

Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewell

Early's Division

Major General Jubal A. Early

 

Johnson's Division

Major General Edward Johnson

 

Rodes' Division

Major General Robert E. Rodes

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel John T. Brown

 

Third Corps

Lieutenant General Ambrose P. Hill

Anderson' Division

Major General Richard H. Anderson

 

Heth's Division

Major General Henry Heth

 

Pender's Division

Major General William D. Pender (mw 7/2)

Bde. Gen. James H. Lane (7/2 & after 7/3)

Maj. General Isaac R. Trimble (w&c 7/3)

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel Reuben L. Walker

 

Cavalry Division

Major General James E. B. Stuart

Hampton's Bde.

Bde. Gen. Wade Hampton III (w 7/3)

Colonel Laurence S. Baker (after 7/3)

 

Fitz Lee's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee

 

W. H. F. Lee's Brigade

Colonel John R. Chambliss

 

Jones' Brigade

Bde. Gen. William E. Jones

 

Jenkins' Brigade

Bde. Gen. Albert G. Jenkins

 

Robertson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Beverly H. Robertson

 

Imboden's Command

Bde. Gen. John Imboden

 

Stuart Horse Artillery

Major Robert F. Beckham

 




 
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