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ROBERTSON'S BRIGADE

Brigadier-General Jerome Bonaparte Robertson 5 Staff and Field Officers

3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment

Colonel Vannoy Hartrog Manning 479 troops present for duty equipped

4th Texas Infantry Regiment

Colonel John Cotlett Garreff Key 415 troops present for duty equipped

1st Texas Infantry Regiment

Lieutenant-Colonel Phillip Alexander Work 426 troops present for duty equipped

5th Texas Infantry Regiment

Co/one/ Robert Michael Powell 409 troops present for duty equipped

BENNING'S BRIGADE

Brigadier-General Henry Lewis Benning 4 Staff and Field Officers

2nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry

Lieutenant-Colonel William Terrell Harris 348 troops present for duty equipped

17th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry

Colonel Wesley C. Hodges 350 troops present for duty equipped

15th Regiment Georgia 20th Regiment Georgia

Volunteer Infantry Volunteer Infantry

Colonel Dudley Mclver DuBose Colonel John Augustus Jones

368 troops present for duty equipped 350 troops present for duty equipped

Sharpsburg, neariy ten months earlier. It considered itself as the shock troops for the corps, if not for the entire army.

On July 1, Hood's Division, minus Law's detached brigade and a battery which were on picket duty at New Guildford, was in Greenwood, about 17 miles west of Gettysburg.

When the road finally cleared of Johnson's Division and Ewell's wagons at about 1600, the Division headed toward Gettysburg. It marched about 13 miles before halting around midnight at Marsh Creek, some three and one-half miles west of Gettysburg.

Divisional Artillery - Henry's Battalion of Artillery

Major Mathias Winston Henry 9 Staff and Field Officers

Company F 13th North Carolina Battalion Branch Artillery

Captain Alexander C. Latham (112 troops present for duty equipped) 5 pieces

German Artillery (South Carolina)

Captain William K. Bachman (71 troops present for duty equipped) 4 pieces

Palmetto Light Battery (South Carolina)

Captain Hugh Richardson Garden {63 troops present for duty equipped) 4 pieces

Company D 10th North Carolina State Troops Rowan Artillery

Captain James Reilly {148 troops present for duty equipped) 6 pieces

I CSA Corps Reserve Artillery

Colonel Walton's two-battalion artillery reserve came into existence following Lee's reorganisation of the army after the 1862 Seven Days' Battles. The same ten batteries served together at Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg and 3".ancellorsvllle. Thus, they had wide, cooperative experience. The Reserve also enjoyed fine commanders. At Gettysburg, Walton served as Chief of Artillery

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