Confederate States ArmyArmy of Northern Virginia • Third Corps

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Commanded by:
Major General Henry Heth (w 7/1)
Brigadier General James J. Pettigrew (w 7/3, mw 7/14)
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 on both days.

Archer’s Brigade Brigadier General James J. Archer (c 7/1)
Colonel Birkett D. Fry (w&c 7/3)
Lieutenant Colonel Samuel G. Shepard

attached to Pettigrew’s Brig. 7/10
combined w/ Walker’s Brig. 7/19

5th Alabama Infantry Battalion Major Albert S. Van de Graaff  
13th Alabama Infantry Regiment Colonel Birkett T. Fry (^ 7/1)
Major Algernon S. Reaves
1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Newton 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)
Lieutenant Colonel Samuel G. Shepard (^ 7/3)
Captain A.D. Norris
14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Captain Bruce L. Phillips  
Davis’ Brigade Brigadier General Joseph R. Davis  
2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment Colonel John M. Stone (w 7/1)
Major John Blair (c 7/1)
Lieutenant Colonel David W. Humphries (k 7/3)
Lieutenant William C. Moody
lost 85-90% of its men from 7/1-7/14;
232 surrendered 7/1 in the Railroad Cut
11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment Colonel Francis M. Green (w 7/3)
Major Reuben D. Reynolds (w 7/1)
Lieutenant Daniel Featherston (k 7/3)
Lieutenant 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)
Lieutenant 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 Brigade Colonel John M. Brockenbrough (to 7/3)
Colonel Robert Mayo (to 7/19)
Brigadier General Henry Walker 
temp. combined with Archer’s Brig. 7/19
40th Virginia Infantry Regiment Captain Thomas E. Betts
Captain R. B. Davis (to 7/19)
Colonel John M. Brockenbrough
47th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert M. Mayo (^ 7/3)
Lieutenant Colonel John W. Lyell (to 7/19)
Colonel Robert M. Mayo
55th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel William S. Christian (c 7/14)
Major Charles N. Lawson
22nd Virginia Infantry Battalion Major John S. Bowles  
Pettigrew’s Brigade Brigadier General James J. Pettigrew (^ 7/1)
Colonel James Marshall (k 7/3)
Major John T. Jones (w 7/3)
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 (to 7/15)
Lieutenant Colonel W.J. Martin 
26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry K. Burgwyn (k 7/1)
Lieuteant Colonel John R. Lane (w)
Major John T. Jones (^ 7/3)
Captain H. C. Albright
47th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel George H. Fairbault (w 7/1)
Lieutenant Colonel J. Owens Rogers
52nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel James Marshall (^ 7/1)
Lieutenant Colonel Marcus Parks (w&c 7/3)
Major John Q. Richardson (mw&c 7/3)
Captain Nathaniel Foster
Garnett’s Artillery Battalion Lieutenant Colonel John J. Garnet  
Donaldsonville (La.) Artillery Captain Victor Maurin  
Norfolk (Va.) Artillery Captain Joseph D. Moore  
Norfolk (Va.) Blues Artillery Captain Charles R. Grady  
Pittsylvania (Va.) Artillery Captain John W. Lewis