Capt. Milledge holds a rare distinction at Gettysburg. He told a fellow officer that he did not lose a horse or a man during the time he was engaged. His battery then consisted of two 3-inch Rifles and one 10-pounder Parrott. He fired only 48 rounds during the battle at Gettysburg, evidently on the third day. The Supplement to the Official Records, part II, vol. 5, serial no. 17, around pages 792-794 (published by Broadfoot) lists some of the battery's movements during that campaign: June 27 (1863): crossed Potomac river at Shepherdstown and camped near Carlisle, Pa. June 28: left Carlisle. July 1: marched on the Baltimore turnpike to Gettysburg. July 3: in action. July 10: part of the battery in action with a scouting party near Hagerstown.