ARMY OF THE POTOMAC FIRST CORPS THIRD DIVISION THIRD BRIGADE Brig. Gen. George J. Stannard Col. Francis V. Randall 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th Vermont Infantry The 12th and 15th were guarding Corps Trains
July 1. Arrived at dusk and took position on right of Third Corps.
July 2. Joined the Corps and went into position at the left and rear of the Cemetery. Just before dusk a detachment advanced to the Emmitsburg Road and captured about 80 prisoners and recovered 4 abandoned Union guns.
July 3. In position on left of Second Division Second Corps at the time of Longstreet's assault. The 13th and 16th advanced against Major Gen. Pickett's Division changed front forward and attacked its right throwing it into contusion and capturing many prisoners. The 16th and part of 14th then went to the left and attacked the advancing Brigades of Brig Gen. Wilcox and Perry (Col. Lang) and captured three flags and many prisoners.
Casualties Killed 1 Officer 44 Men Wounded 12 Officers 262 men Captured or Missing 32 Men Total 351
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