While doing my database work this morning, I noticed two regiments with very heavy losses (deaths, not overall casualties) and decided to check if there were any higher but there weren't. Seeing action at the Union positions of the Pickett-Pettigrew-Trimble Charge was the 111th NY Infantry which lost 95 of their number. That was the second highest death loss. Coming in first (a distinction no one wanted) in deaths was the 24th Michigan Infantry... the famed Iron Brigade. Their heaviest fighting occurred at McPherson's Woods (aka Herbst Woods and/or Reynold's Woods) with a loss of 98 men.