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Southern Historical Society Papers.
NOTES TO PRECEDING ROSTER.
|*||Regiments thus designated, were counted in the return for May 31st, 1863, but were not at Gettysburg, to wit: the five regiments in Corse's brigade and three in my division.|
|†||Regiments thus designated were not counted in the return for May 31st, but were at Gettysburg, to wit: four in Pettigrew's brigade; the Twenty-fifth and Thirty-first Virginia; and the Forty-second Mississippi and Fifty-fifth North Carolina in Davis' brigade.|
|‡||Regiments thus designated were neither counted in the return of May 31, nor at Gettysburg, to wit: the five in Jenkins' brigade, four in Cooke's brigade, and one in Pettigrew's, and one regiment and the First Confederate battalion in Davis' brigade.|
|♯||This battalion, First North Carolina, containing two companies, was detached before the 20th of June, and assigned to duty as a provost guard at corps headquarters.|
|§||There were two First South Carolina regiments, one called volunteers and the other regulars, and there was a First South Carolina rifles. The First South Carolina regiment in this brigade was probably the regulars. The First Virginia battalion, under Major Bridgeford, was a provost guard at army headquarters.|
|Jenkins' brigade was transferred from Pickett's to Hood's division in October, 1863. Cooke's brigade did not join Heth's division until after the return from Pennsylvania. The Twenty-sixth Mississippi regiment did not join Davis' brigade until after the return from Pennsylvania.
The Forty-second North Carolina regiment was not with Pettigrew's brigade at Gettysburg, but was left in Virginia.
|Rank of Lieutenant-Generals—|
|2d.||R. S. EWELL.|
|3d.||A. P. HILL.|
|Rank of Major-Generals—|
|2d.||R. H. ANDERSON.|
|3d.||G. E. PICKETT.|
|4th.||JOHN B. HOOD. Promoted.|
|5th.||J. A. EARLY.|
|7th.||R. E. RODES.|
|9th.||W. D. PENDER. Died from wounds.|
|10th.||C. M. WILCOX. Appointed vice Pender.|
|11th.||C. W. FIELD. Appointed vice Hood.|