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Assigned to Longstreet’s Command 6/27 in General Orders Numbers 71

Commanded by Major General Ambrose Powell Hill

First (Field’s) Brigade Brigadier General Charles W. Field  
40th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel John M. Brockenbrough  
47th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert Mayo  
55th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel Francis Mallory  
60th Virginia Infantry Regiment Colonel William E. Starke (w)
Lieutenant Colonel Beuhring H. Jones
 
Purcell (Va.) Artillery Captain William R. J. Pegram  
Second (Gregg’s) Brigade Brigadier General Maxcy Gregg
 
1st South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Daniel H. Hamilton  
1st South Carolina Rifle Regiment Colonel Jehu Foster Marshall  
12th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Dixon Barnes (w 6/27)  
13th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Oliver E. Edwards  
14th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Samuel McGowan  
Third (J. R. Anderson’s) Brigade Brigadier General Joseph R. Anderson (w 6/30)
Colonel Edward Lloyd Thomas
 
14th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel Felix L. Price from Hampton’s Brig. Whiting’s Div.
35th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel Edward Lloyd Thomas (^ 6/30)
Lieutenant Colonel Bolling C. Holt
 
45th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel Thomas Hardeman, Jr.  
49th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel Andrew Jackson Lane  
Pee Dee (SC) Artillery Captain David G. McIntosh  
Fourth (Branch’s) Brigade Brigadier General L. O’Brien Branch
7th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Reuben P. Campbell (k 6/27)
Colonel Edward G. Haywood
 
12th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry P. Coleman to Mahone’s Brig., Huger’s Div.
18th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Robert Cowan  
28th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel James H. Lane  
33rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel C.M. Avery  
37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles Cochrane Lee (k 6/30)
Lieutenant Colonel William M. Barbour
 
Co. F, 13th North Carolina Artillery Captain Alexander C. Latham  
Fifth (Archer’s) Brigade Brigadier General James J. Archer From Whiting’s div. 6/11
5th Alabama Infantry Battalion Captain Thomas Bush from AL
19th Georgia Infantry Regiment Colonel W.W. Boyd
Captain Frank M. Johnston
from Hampton’s Brig. Whiting’s Div.
1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment Colonel Peter Turney from S.R. Anderson’s Brig.,Whiting’s Div.
7th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Colonel John F. Goodner
Major Samuel G. Shepard
14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Colonel William A. Forbes
Fredericksburg (VA) Artillery Captain Carter M. Braxton
Sixth (Pender’s) Brigade Brigadier General William D. Pender (w)
Lieutenant Colonel John McElroy
 
16th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John S. McElroy from Hampton’s Brig. Whiting’s Div.
22nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment Major Christopher C. Cole from Pettigrew’s Brig. Whiting’s Div.
34th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel Richard H. Riddick (k 6/27)
Lieutenant Colonel Hammarskold
from NC 6/24
38th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Colonel William J. Hoke (w 6/26)
Lieutenant Colonel Armfield (sick 6/30)
Major L.D. Andrews
from NC 6/14
22nd Virginia Infantry Battalion Lieutenant Colonel James C. Johnson created 5/62
Division Artillery Major Reuben Lindsay Walker  
 some batteries were temporarily assigned to the division’s infantry brigades
1st Maryland Battery Captain William Fendley Dement  
Charleston German (SC) Artillery Captain William Kunhardt Bachman  
Richmond Crenahaw (VA) Artillery Captain William G. Crenshaw  
Richmond Letcher (VA) Artillery Captain Greenlee Davidson  
Richmond Johnson (VA) Artillery Captain Marmaduke Johnson  
Branch (NC)  Artillery Captain Alexander C. Latham