I suppose you could say that Cump, for a fight with 600,000 casualties! My folks were first in the Texas Brigade, under Hood, until after Antietam. (The Cornfield) Their CO, Col. W.T. Wofford, was in command of the Brigade at Antietam, Hood having been promoted. Reorganized into Cobb's Georgia Brigade in November 1862, they were behind the Stone Wall at Fredericksburg, doing their share of the slaughter of Burnside's men. Cobb was killed, and Woffod was promoted to Brigadier General. Thereafter, it was Wofford's Brigade, consisting of the 16th, 18th, and 24th Regiments with Cobb's and Phillips' Legions Georgia Infantry.
On the third day at Chancellorsville, McLaws Division, including Wofford's Brigade, were pulled from their attack on Hooker and sent to assist Early at Salem Church, west of Fredericksburg.
At Gettysburg, Wofford was first in the Peach Orchard, behind Barksdale, and moved south into the WheatField, below Little Round Top, on the second day. They just did not have the chance to meet any of their enemies socially! Stan