ARMY OF THE POTOMAC SECOND CORPS FIRST DIVISION Brig. General John C. Caldwell
First Brigade Col. Edward E. Cross Col. H. B. McKeen Second Brigade Col. Patrick Kelly Third Brigade Brig. Gen. Samuel K. Zook Lieut. Col. John Fraser Fourth Brigade Col. J. R. Brooke
July 2. Arrived about 7 A. M. and went into position on the right of the Third Corps on the line between the Cemetery and Round Top. The Second Division on the right. Between 5 and 6 P. M. went to the Wheatfield subject to orders of Gen. Sykes in support of Third line. The line previously occupied by Third Brigade First Division Third Corps. Was engaged with Anderson's Brigade Hood's Division until sunset with heavy losses including Col. Cross and Gen. Zook killed early in the engagement. Returned to former position in Second Corps line.
July 3. The Division formed in single line threw up breastworks and remained in position until close of the battle.
Casualties Killed 18 Officers 169 Men Wounded 82 Officers 798 Men Captured or Missing 6 Officers 202 Men Total 1275
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