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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Adams County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Adams County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Adams County, PA (1393) Cumberland County, PA (357) Franklin County, PA (210) York County, PA (377) Carroll County, MD (196) Frederick County, MD (548)  AdamsCounty(1393) Adams County (1393)  CumberlandCounty(357) Cumberland County (357)  FranklinCounty(210) Franklin County (210)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)  CarrollCountyMaryland(196) Carroll County (196)  FrederickCounty(548) Frederick County (548)
Gettysburg is the county seat for Adams County
Adjacent to Adams County, Pennsylvania
      Cumberland County (357)  
      Franklin County (210)  
      York County (377)  
      Carroll County, Maryland (196)  
      Frederick County, Maryland (548)  
 
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1Pennsylvania, Adams County, Abbottstown — John Abbott — 1976
On S Queen Street at E Fleet Street, on the right when traveling north on S Queen Street.
This old stone marked the grave of John Abbott, son of town’s founder. Since 1763, in a fence row at upper end of town at a site 128 ft east of Abbott Street 35 feet south of Water Street. Moved to this place in 1976 to make way for a parking lotMap (db m118927) HM
2Pennsylvania, Adams County, Abbottstown — The Beginning of the Lincoln Highway
On King Street (U.S. 30) at Queen Street (State Highway 194) on King Street.
The Lincoln Highway was the first coast-to-coast highway built in 1913. A group of visionary businessmen from the automotive industry, led by Henry B. Joy and Carl Fisher, formed the Lincoln Highway Association. The Association successfully . . . Map (db m167234) HM
3Pennsylvania, Adams County, Abbottstown — Veterans Memorial
On Center Square (U.S. 30) at King Street (U.S. 30), on the right when traveling north on Center Square.
Abbottstown, PA Honors and Remembers Our Veterans May God Bless YouMap (db m130307) WM
4Pennsylvania, Adams County, Arendtsville — Local History of the Area
On South High Street at Chambersburg Street, on the right when traveling south on South High Street.
Arendtsville serves as serves as a Gateway to South Mountain and its earliest history was connected to the Native American tribes who hunted its rich forestlands. Various artifacts and arrowheads can still be found along local streams in the . . . Map (db m159861) HM
5Pennsylvania, Adams County, Arendtsville — Pennsylvania Bread Basket: Feeding a Nation in Conflict
On South High Street north of Chambersburg Street, on the right when traveling south.
Agriculture has always been a part of the culture of the South Mountain area. Settlers were originally drawn to a wild land to cultivate the soils and raise crops, and today agricultural and community leaders to work together to inspire a new . . . Map (db m159876) HM
6Pennsylvania, Adams County, Arendtsville — South Mountain: The Bedrock Of Conservation… — …Yesterday And Today
On South High Street at Chambersburg Street, on the right when traveling south on South High Street.
"Don't let forest land area fall below 15 percent of the state's surface; save land with trees, for the air we breathe, to protect watersheds, and for future timber. Stop wasting and burning ripe trees." The rising hills you see . . . Map (db m159875) HM
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7Pennsylvania, Adams County, Arendtsville — Veterans Memorial
On South High Street at Chambersburg Street, on the right when traveling south on South High Street.
In honor of Arendtsville Veterans of the Armed Forces Past-Present-FutureMap (db m159879) WM
8Pennsylvania, Adams County, Arendtsville — Why are South Mountain and the Fruit Belt so important to the area and Pennsylvania?
On South High Street at Chambersburg Street, on the right when traveling south on South High Street.
The Historic South Mountain Fruit Belt encompasses about 20,000 acres and forms a fertile crescent (half moon shape) covering the southeastern slopes of South Mountain in the western half of Adams County. The soils are deep, well drained and . . . Map (db m159877) HM
9Pennsylvania, Adams County, Bendersville — Kidnapped
On South Main Street, on the left when traveling north.
In the early hours of July 24, 1845, five men left their horses at Myers' Tavern, got into a wagon, and proceeded north to Bear Mountain. There they entered the cabin where Kitty Payne and her children slept, forced them into the wagon at gunpoint, . . . Map (db m38972) HM
10Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — Biglerville
On Biglerville Road (Pennsylvania Route 34) south of E Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 394), on the right when traveling north.
Named for Gov. William Bigler. Founded 1817.Map (db m64409) HM
11Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — Biglerville
On East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 394) at Biglerville Trail, on the right when traveling east on East Hanover Street.
Named for Gov. William Bigler. Founded 1817.Map (db m192374) HM
12Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — POW and MIA Memorial
Near 4th Street at East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 392), on the right when traveling north.
Dedicated in honor of P.O.W.'s & M.I.A.'s of all warsMap (db m159884) WM
13Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — The Historic Thomas Bros. Country Store
On South Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 34) just south of East York Street (Pennsylvania Route 234), on the left when traveling south.
The Historic Thomas Bros. Country Store Biglerville, PA. Est. 1909 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. Map (db m159880) HM
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14Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — Veterans Memorial — Post 262 — Biglerville, PA —
On 4th Street just north of East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 394), on the right when traveling north.
This stone has been placed here to dedicate the memory and service to all the Veteran membership that are no longer with us.Map (db m159881) WM
15Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — Veterans Memorial
On 4th Street at East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 394), on the right when traveling north on 4th Street.
All gave some, some gave allMap (db m159883) WM
16Pennsylvania, Adams County, Biglerville — World War II Memorial
On 4th Street just north of East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 394), on the right when traveling north.
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." Winston Churchill Dedicated to all WWII VeteransMap (db m159882) WM
17Pennsylvania, Adams County, Bonneauville — St. Joseph's Church
On East Hanover Street.
To the Glory of God, St. John Neumann, then Bishop of Philadelphia, laid the original cornerstone of St. Joseph's Church on July 31, 1859. The church was completed the following year through the work of Rev. Basil A. Shorb, founding pastor. This . . . Map (db m130320) HM
18Pennsylvania, Adams County, Bonneauville — Veterans Memorial
On East Hanover Street (Pennsylvania Route 116) east of Maple Street, on the right when traveling east.
Dedicated to the men and women of the Bonneauville Area who served in the wars of this countryMap (db m130321) WM
19Pennsylvania, Adams County, Butler Township — October 24, 1794
On Biglerville Road (Pennsylvania Route 34) at Goldenville Road, on the right when traveling north on Biglerville Road.
George Washington returning from expedition to quell Whiskey Insurrection spent the night Ό mile west of here at Russell’s TavernMap (db m67676) HM
20Pennsylvania, Adams County, Butler Township — Penn State Fruit Research and Extension Center
On South University Drive, 0.4 miles north of West York Street (Pennsylvania Route 234), on the right when traveling north.
Founded in 1918, FREC was established in response to management challenges faced by Pennsylvania fruit growers. Originally located in Arendtsville, the center moved here in 1971. Groundbreaking research has been conducted at . . . Map (db m192372) HM
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21Pennsylvania, Adams County, Butler Township — Russell Tavern
On Biglerville Road (Pennsylvania Route 34) at Goldenville Road, on the left when traveling north on Biglerville Road.
The original building in which George Washington lodged in October, 1794, while engaged in quelling the Whiskey Rebellion is standing just west within view of this point.Map (db m63676) HM
22Pennsylvania, Adams County, Butler Township — Russell’s Tavern
On Goldenville Road at Russell Tavern Road, on the right when traveling west on Goldenville Road.
- This is the original building - George Washington spent the night here Oct. 24, 1794.Map (db m64297) HM
23Pennsylvania, Adams County, Conewago Township — Conewago Chapel
On Basilica Drive just south of Chapel Drive, on the right when traveling north.
The Catholic Faith was brought from Maryland about 1730 to Conewago which became an important Jesuit mission foundation. From here the faith spread over a great area of Pennsylvania and Western Maryland. A log chapel was built . . . Map (db m180227) HM
24Pennsylvania, Adams County, Conewago Township — Conewago Chapel Bell
On Basilica Drive just south of Chapel Road, on the right when traveling north.
When the church was constructed in 1787, there was only a weather vane on the roof. In 1830, a cupola was built, and a bell cast in 1816 in Belgium and weighing 300 pounds was installed. This bell was removed in 1891, sent first to . . . Map (db m159890) HM
25Pennsylvania, Adams County, Conewago Township — Stones from the Mass House
On Basilica Drive just south of Chapel Road, on the right when traveling north.
The stone used in the construction of this building are from the Robert Owings "Mass House," which was erected approximately one-half mile directly north of this site on a 500 acre tract of land granted to him in 1732 by Lord Baltimore. . . . Map (db m159893) HM
26Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — "…the most historic covered bridge in Pennyslvania…"
Near Water Works Road at Pumping Station Road, on the left when traveling south.
Built for the County by workers under David Stoner in 1852, the Sachs Bridge is an Adams County landmark. It was crossed by both armies during the battle of Gettysburg in 1863, and carried parts of the Army of Northern Virginia as it retreated. . . . Map (db m170489) HM
27Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — "Forward Men" — July 1, 10:00 am — Gettysburg National Military Park —
On South Reynolds Avenue, 0.1 miles north of Stone-Meredith Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
Union General John Reynolds rushed his First Corps to the aid of General John Buford's cavalry. Riding at the head of his command, he led the Midwesterners of the Iron Brigade into this woodlot as the advancing Confederates opened fire. Spurring his . . . Map (db m195834) HM
28Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — "Hold The Ground At All Hazards" — Colonel Strong Vincent & Colonel Joshua Chamberlain at Little Round Top on July 2nd, 1863. — July 2, 1863 - The Second Day —
On Sykes Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
On the afternoon of July 2, 1863 Union General Gouverneur K. Warren found Little Round Top undefended. He quickly sent his staff to find troops to defend this vital position. General George Sykes, commanding the 5th Corps, agreed to send a brigade . . . Map (db m181492) HM
29Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — "I Thought My Men Were Invincible"
Near West Confederate Avenue, 1.1 miles south of West Middle Street (Pennsylvania Route 116).
Confederate General Robert E. Lee gambled and lost. Pickett's Charge on July 3, a decisive defeat, ended three days of fighting. Total casualties of 51,000--23,000 Union and 28,000 Confederate--devastated both sides. Lee prepared for a Union attack . . . Map (db m196005) HM
30Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — …built for defense
On Sykes Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
This wall was built for defense July 3rd P.M., 1863Map (db m105519) HM WM
31Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 102 & 78th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade - 2nd Division — 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):102 & 78 N.Y. Infty July 2. & 3, 1863 3rd Brig. (Greene) 2nd Div. (Geary) 12th Corps (Slocum) (Back):78 & 102 N.Y. Infty Ground occupied during the battle by 102 N.Y. Regt. and 78 N.Y. skirmishers on grounds in front. Col. . . . Map (db m13960) WM
32Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 102nd Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division — 6th Corps —
On Crawford Avenue (Driveway to John Weikert Farm), on the right when traveling north.
(Front):102d Pennsylvania Infantry. 3d Brigade, 3d Division, 6th Corps. (Left): July 1. The Regiment was detailed at Manchester to guard trains to Westminster. At the latter place a detachment of 3 officers and 100 men was sent to . . . Map (db m16599) WM
33Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 104th New York Infantry — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 1st Corps —
On Robinson Avenue, on the left when traveling east.
(Front):104th New York Infantry, (Wadsworth Guards) First Brigade. Second Division. First Corps. (Right):Casualties; 11 killed. 81 wounded, 92 captured and missing. (Left):Regiment raised at Geneseo, and Troy, N.Y. Organized at . . . Map (db m15432) WM
34Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 105th Pennsylvania Infantry — 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 3rd Corps — Wildcat Regiment —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15) at United States Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Emmitsburg Road.
(Front):105th Pennsylvania Infantry 1st Brig. 1st Div. 3d Corps. July 2nd Position from 2 to 4 p.m. Moved across the Emmitsburg Road. Being outflanked the regiment changed front facing south and formed line along the lane at right angles to . . . Map (db m17419) HM WM
35Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 106th Pennsylvania Infantry — Philadelphia Brigade — 2nd Division, 2nd Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Around Upper Step):106th Pennsylvania Infantry Philadelphia Brigade 2d Brigade 2d Division 2d Corps (Front): Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Savage Station, Glendale, Malvern Hill, Flint Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, . . . Map (db m16175) HM WM
36Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 106th Pennsylvania Volunteers — 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division — 2nd Corps —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15), on the right when traveling north.
(Front):106 Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers 2d Brigade 2d Division 2d Corps July 2d and 3d 1863. Took into action 23 officers 263 men. Loss. Killed 1 officer 10 men. Wounded 10 officers 49 men. Missing 2 men. Total 11 officers 61 men. 72. . . . Map (db m17282) HM WM
37Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 107th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade — 1st Division - 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue at Geary Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Slocum Avenue.
(Front):3rd Brigade 1st Division 12th Corps 107th N.Y. Infantry (Back):Occupied this position On the morning of July 2d. Withdrawn at 4 p.m. and sent to near Little Round Top returning during the night found these works in possession . . . Map (db m13596) HM WM
38Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 107th Ohio Infantry — Ohio's Token of Gratitude
On Howard Avenue, 0.5 miles east of Carlisle Road (Pennsylvania Highway 34), on the right when traveling east.
(Front):107th Ohio Infantry 2nd Brigade 1st Division 11th Corps This memorial is dedicated by the surviving members of the regiment to their fallen comrades Ohio's Token of Gratitude (Back):The 107th Ohio Infantry left Emmittsburg . . . Map (db m61172) HM WM
39Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 107th Pennsylvania Infantry — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 1st Corps —
On Doubleday Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
(Front):107th Penna. Infantry 1st. Brig. 2d. Div. 1st Corps July 1. The Regiment fought here from 1 p.m. until the Corps retired and then took position on the left of Cemetery Hill. In the evening of the 2d. moved to the left to support the . . . Map (db m15406) HM WM
40Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 107th Regiment Pennsylvania Infantry
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
The 107th Regiment Pennsylvania Infantry occupied this position during a part of July 2nd 1863. Went into action July 1st with 255 officers and men lost during the three days in killed wounded and missing 165 officers and men.Map (db m14542) HM WM
41Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 108th New York Infantry — 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 2nd Corps
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front and around the last step):108th N.Y. Infty 2nd Brig. 3rd Div. 2nd Corps July 2 & 3. 1863 (Back):108th N.Y. InftyOccupied this position July 2 & 3 1863, supporting Battery I, 1 U.S. Art. during the artillery duel on the afternoon . . . Map (db m14537) HM WM
42Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 109th Pennsylvania Infantry — 2nd Brigade — 1st Division, 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue at Geary Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Slocum Avenue.
(Front):109th Panna. Infantry. 2d Brigade, 2nd Division, 12th Corps July 1. 2. 3. 1863 (Left): July 1st. The regiment arrived within two miles of Gettysburg about 5 p.m. and took position on the left of the Baltimore Pike. July 2d. . . . Map (db m13827) HM WM
43Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 10th Independent Battery New York Light Artillery — 1st Volunteer Brigade — Artillery Reserve —
On Wheatfield Road at Sickles Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Wheatfield Road.
10th Independent Battery New York Light Artillery 1st Volunteer Brigade Artillery Reserve July 2nd 1863. Attached to 5th Massachusetts Light Battery (E). Casualties Killed 2. Wounded 3. Organized as the 2nd Excelsior Battery. Mustered into U.S. . . . Map (db m13117) HM WM
44Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 10th Maine Battalion
On Baltimore Pike (State Highway 97), on the right when traveling north.
10th Maine Battalion, Provost Guard. 12th Corps Hd.qrs. Maj. Genl. Slocum.Map (db m17060) WM
45Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 10th Massachusetts Infantry — 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division — 6th Corps —
On Sedgwick Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):10th Massachusetts (Left):2nd Brigade. 3rd Division. 6th Corps. (Back):July 2nd 1863.Map (db m15918) WM
46Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 10th New York Infantry — (National Zouaves) — 2d Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):10th New York Infantry (National Zouaves) 2d Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps. July 3d 1863. (Back):Mustered In April 27th, 1861. At N.Y. City, For 2 Years. Mustered Out May 7th, 1863. Re-organized As 10th Battalion New York . . . Map (db m14865) HM WM
47Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 10th Pennsylvania Reserves — 39th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 5th Corps —
On South Confederate Avenue at Warren Avenue, on the right when traveling north on South Confederate Avenue.
(Front):10th Pennsylvania Reserves 39th Penna. Infantry 3d Brigade 3d Division 5th Corps July 2d occupied this line of stone fence and remained from 5 p.m. until close of the battle. Present at Gettysburg 28 officers 392 men Killed 2 men . . . Map (db m17780) HM WM
48Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 110th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 1st Division — 3rd Corps —
On DeTrobriand Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
(Front):July 2nd the Regiment fought on this line from 4 until 6 o'clock p.m. July 3rd supported batteries on Cemetery Hill 110th Panna. Infantry (Left):Present at Gettysburg 152 Killed and died of wounds 16 men Wounded 6 officers . . . Map (db m15639) HM WM
49Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 111th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division — 2nd Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):111th New York Infantry. 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division 2nd Corps. (Back):111th New York Infantry Arrived early morning July 2nd 1863, position near Ziegler's Grove. Went to relief of 3rd Corps in afternooon; took this position . . . Map (db m14566) HM WM
50Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 111th Pennsylvania Infantry — 2d Brigade, 2nd Division — 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue at Geary Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Slocum Avenue.
(Front):111th. Penna. Infantry 2d Brigade 2d Division 12th Corps (Left): The Regiment built these works. In the evening of July 2 it was withdrawn with the Brigade, and returning during the night found the enemy in the works. Assisted . . . Map (db m13706) HM WM
51Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 114th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry — Collis Zouaves — 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 3rd Corps —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15), on the right when traveling south.
(Front):114. Penn'a Vols. Inf'y. Erected by the surviving members of 114. Regt. Penna. Vols. to mark the position held by that organization on the second day of the memorable battle fought on this field. The 1,2, & 3. days of July A.D. 1863 . . . Map (db m17435) HM WM
52Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 114th Regiment Pennsylvania Infantry — Collis Zouaves
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
114th Regiment Penna. Infantry Capt. Edward R. Bowen Commanding 1st Brigade, 1st Division 3d Corps July 3d 1863 3 p.m. Collis ZouavesMap (db m14866) WM
53Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 115th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division — 3rd Corps —
On DeTrobriand Avenue, on the left when traveling east.
(Front):July 2nd this Regiment detached from the Brigade engaged the enemy here at 4:30 p.m. July 3rd in position with Division on left centre of the line present at Gettysburg 182. Killed 3. Wounded 18. Missing 3. 115th Pennsylvania . . . Map (db m15668) HM WM
54Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 116th Pennsylvania Infantry — 2nd Brigade, 1st Division — 2nd Corps —
On Sickles Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
. . . Map (db m15744) HM WM
55Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 118th Pennsylvania Infantry — 1st Brigade, 1st Division — 5th Corps —
On Sickles Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front and on sides of Crown):Corn Exchange 118th. Penna. Infantry 1st Brigade 1st Division 5th Corps (Left):First Position July 2d July 3rd on Big Round Top Present at Gettysburg 332 Killed 3 Wounded 19 Captured or missing 3 . . . Map (db m15736) HM WM
56Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers — Corn Exchange Regiment — 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps —
Near South Confederate Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):118th Penna. Vol's Corn Exchange Reg't 1st Brigade 1st Division 5th Corps Army of the Potomac (Left):Engaged in advance of "Wheat Field" July 2, and held this position July 3, and 4, 1863. (Back):Mustered into service . . . Map (db m17833) HM WM
57Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 119th New York Infantry — 2nd Brigade. 3rd Division — 11th Corps —
On Howard Avenue at Carlisle Road (Pennsylvania Highway 34), on the right when traveling east on Howard Avenue.
(Front): 119th N.Y. Infty. 2nd Brig. 3rd Div. 11th Corps July 1, 1863 (Back):The State of New York dedicates this monument to the officers and soldiers of the 119th Regiment N.Y. Inf'ty. who, as patriotic citizens obeyed the summons of . . . Map (db m11170) WM
58Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 119th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 6th Corps
On Howe Avenue at Taneytown Road (Pennsylvania Road 194), on the right when traveling west on Howe Avenue.
(Front):Formed line afternoon of July 2nd in rear of ridge to right of little round top morning of the 3rd moved to this position afternoon marched to rear of left centre thence to face of Round Top. 119th. Penna. Infantry 3rd. Brig. 1st. . . . Map (db m9991) WM
59Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 119th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers
Near South Confederate Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):Erected by surviving members and friends Oct. 3, 1885. 119 Reg. P.V. (Right):After a continuous march of 37 miles, reached field afternoon of 2nd the Brigade 119th Penna. 6th Maine 49th Penna. 5th Wis. covered extreme infantry . . . Map (db m17836) HM WM
60Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Independent (Havelock) Battery — New York Light Artillery — 4th Volunteer Brigade, Artillery Reserve —
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
11th Independent (Havelock) Battery, New York Light Artillery, 4th Volunteer Brigade, Artillery Reserve, July 3rd 1863. Attached to Battery K, 1st New York Light Artillery. Casualties Woudned 5. Organized at Albany, New York. October 26th, 1861. . . . Map (db m14898) HM WM
61Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Massachusetts Infantry — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 3rd Corps —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15) at Sickles Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Emmitsburg Road.
1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 3rd Corps Upon this spot stood the 11th Mass. Regt. during the second day battle of Gettysburg July 2, 1863 26 were killed 93 were wounded and 10 missing. Assisted by the state and generous friends, the survivors of the . . . Map (db m17331) HM WM
62Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
On West Confederate Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
(Front):Davis' Brigade - Heth's Division A.P. Hill's Corps Army of Northern Virginia Confederate States of America Afternoon July 2 - July 4, 1863 (Back):The 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, under the command of Col. Francis M. . . . Map (db m11596) HM WM
63Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment(Within the flag relief):Manassas Seven Pines Gaines Farm Malvern Hill (Plaque):July 3, 1863The 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with its ranks growing thinner at every step, . . . Map (db m14550) HM WM
64Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th New Jersey Volunteers — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 3rd Corps —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15), on the right when traveling north.
(Right Side):11th New Jersey Vols. Col. Robert McAllister 1st Brig. 2d Div. 3d Corps July 2, 1863 Mustered in Aug. 18, 1862 Mustered out July 1865 Engaged in 29 battles erected by State of New Jersey 1888 (Left Side):This stone marks . . . Map (db m17334) HM WM
65Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Pennsylvania Infantry — 2d Brigade, 2d Division — 1st Corps —
On Doubleday Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
(Front):11th Pennsylvania Infantry. (Back):Present at Gettysburg 23 officers and 269 men killed & died of wounds 13 men wounded 8 officers. 54 men Captured or missing 57 men Total 132 Total enrollment 2096 Killed and died of wounds 12 . . . Map (db m15408) HM WM
66Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 11th Pennsylvania Reserves — 40th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 5th Corps —
On Ayres Avenue at Wheatfield Road, on the left when traveling south on Ayres Avenue.
(Front):11th. Pennsylvania Reserves 40th. Infantry 3d. Brigade 3d. Division 5th. Corps Mustered in May 9 - July 5. 1861 Mustered out June 13 1864 Recruited in Cambria, Indiana, Butler, Fayette Armstrong, Westmoreland, and Jefferson Counties. . . . Map (db m15765) HM WM
67Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 120th New York Infantry — 2rd Brigade, 2rd Division — 3rd Corps —
On Sickels Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front Plaque):The One Hundred and Twentieth New York Infantry Held This Part Of The Line, On The Second Day Of July, 1863. Present for Duty, 30 Officers, 397 Men. Total 427. Casualties, From The War Department, Killed In Battle, 6 Officers, . . . Map (db m17417) HM WM
68Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 121st New York Infantry — 2d Brigade, 1st Division — 6th Corps —
On Sykes Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):121st N.Y. Infantry. (Col. Emory Upton.) 2d Brig. 1st Div. 6th Corps. Held this position from evening of July 2d 1863 until close of battle. (Right):Organized in Herkimer and Otsego Co's. Mustered in Aug. 23, 1862. Officers 30, . . . Map (db m15030) HM WM
69Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 121st Pennsylvania Infantry — 1st Brigade, 3rd Division — 1st Corps —
On Reynolds Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):121st Penna. Infantry July 1st 1863 Occupied this position the extreme left of the Union line. July 2nd & 3rd on Cemetery Ridge. Present at Gettysburg 11 officers 286 men. Killed and died of wounds 20 men Wounded 5 officers 33 men . . . Map (db m15290) HM WM
70Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers — 1st Brigade, 3rd Division — 1st Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):Col. Chapman Biddle Brigade Commander July 1st 1863 P.V. 121 Reg't Maj. Alexander Biddle Commanding Reg't. 1st Brigade 3rd Division First Corps (Left):Extreme left of Union line, 1st day facing west. Occupied Cemetery Ridge . . . Map (db m16358) HM WM
71Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 122nd New York Infantry — 1st Brigade, 3rd Division — 6th Army Corps. —
On Slocum Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):122nd. N.Y. Inf'y. 6th Army Corps.(On the other facing of the "cap"):1st Brigade 3rd Division (Back):Assisted in repulsing the attack on the morning of July 3, 1863, Loss Killed 10; Wounded 34. . . . Map (db m13949) HM WM
72Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 123rd New York Infantry — 1st Brigade, 1st Division — 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
(Front):123rd. New York Infantry 1st. Brigade 1st. Division 12th. Corps Historic.The 123rd. N.Y. was enlisted in Washington Co. in Aug. 1862; Mustered into the U.S. service Sept. 4; joined the Army of the Potomac and was engaged in the . . . Map (db m13668) HM WM
73Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 124th New York Infantry — 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 3rd Corps
On Sickles Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):124th New York Infantry. 2nd Brigade 1st Division 3rd Corps July 2nd 1863. (Back):The Orange Blossoms went into action on this spot with 18 officers and 220 men. Lost in killed and wounded 7 officers and 85 men. . . . Map (db m15089) HM WM
74Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 124th New York Infantry — 2nd Brigade, 1st Division — 3rd Corps —
On Pleasonton Avenue at Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Pleasonton Avenue.
124th New York Infantry. (Orange Blossoms) 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 3rd Corps. Occupied this position during Pickett's Charge. July 3, 1863.Map (db m16471) HM WM
75Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 125th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 2nd Corps
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):125th New York Infantry, 3d Brig. 3d Div. 2d Corps. Recruited in Rensselaer Co. N.Y. Mustered in at Troy, N.Y. Aug. 27th 1862. Engaged in 23 battles. Mustered out at Albany, N.Y. June 5th 1865. (Back):George Lamb . . . Map (db m14767) HM WM
76Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 126th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division — 2nd Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):126th New York Infantry. 3d Brig. 3d Div. 2d Corps. July 3d 1863. (Back): The Regiment was in position two hundred yards at the left, July 2d until 7 p.m. when the Brigade was conducted thirteen hundred yards further to the . . . Map (db m14525) HM WM
77Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th and 44th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps
On Sykes Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front Left Side Plaque): The 44th N.Y. Infantry, Lieut. Colonel Freeman Conner commanding, held position about 100 feet in advance of this monument, designated by a marker, from about 3 p.m. July 2, to about 11 a.m. July 3, 1863.Number . . . Map (db m15048) HM WM
78Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Corps Headquarters — Army of the Potomac
On Baltimore Pike (State Highway 97), on the right when traveling south.
Army of the Potomac 12th. Corps Headquarters Major General Henry W. Slocum July 1, 2, 3, 4. 1863 Were located on Powers Hill 280 yards westerlyMap (db m17877) HM WM
79Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Illinois Cavalry — 1st Brigade, 1st Division — Cavalry Corps —
On Reynolds Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):12th Illinois Cavalry 1st Brig. 1st Div. Cav. Corps. First line of battle July 1, 1863 held until relieved by 1st Corps ————— One squadron picketing ridge east of Marsh Creek met enemy's left advance ————— Killed Ferdinand Ushuer . . . Map (db m203113) HM WM
80Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Massachusetts — 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division — 1st Corps —
On Hancock Avenue at Humphreys Avenue, on the left when traveling north on Hancock Avenue.
July 2, 1863 12th Massachusetts (Webster) Reg't. 2nd. Brig. 2nd. Div. 1st Corps.Map (db m15783) WM
81Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Massachusetts — 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, — 1st Corps —
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
July 3, 1863 12th Massachusetts Webster Reg't. 2nd. Brig., 2nd. Div., 1st. Corps.Map (db m16029) WM
82Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Massachusetts Volunteers — 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division — 1st Corps —
On Doubleday Avenue at Robinson Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Doubleday Avenue.
(Front):12th Mass. Vols. 2nd Brig. 2nd Div. 1st Corps. (Back):Erected by survivors of the Regiment aided by its friends and the State of Massachusetts 1885. (Back Facets):Webster 61 Bates 64 (Left): July 1, 1863. . . . Map (db m15417) HM WM
83Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th New Hampshire Volunteers — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 3rd Corps —
On Emmitsburg Road (Business U.S. 15), on the right when traveling north.
(Front):July 2, 1863. Engaged, 224. Killed, 20; Wounded, 73; Died of wounds, 6. Our union is river, lake, ocean, and sky; Man breaks not the medal, when God cuts the die. 12th N.H. Vol's. (Left and Right):1st Brig. 2nd Division. 3rd . . . Map (db m17343) HM WM
84Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th New Jersey Volunteers
Near Long Lane, on the left when traveling west.
(Front):Erected by the State of New Jersey A.D. 1888 in honor of the 12th Regiment of Volunteers a detachment of which in the afternoon of July 2, 1863. charged the Bliss house and barn here capturing the enemy's skirmish reserve of 7 . . . Map (db m16573) HM WM
85Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Pennsylvania Reserves — 41st Infantry — 3d Brigade, 3d Division, 5th Corps —
Near South Confederate Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):12th Pennsylvania Reserves 41st Infantry Mustered in May 30 - July 3, 1861 - Mustered out June 11, 1864 Recruited in Philadelphia, Wyoming, Bradford, Dauphin, Northampton, Westmoreland, York, Indiana, Huntingdon, and Franklin . . . Map (db m17838) HM WM
86Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 12th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers — 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 2nd Corps
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):In memory of the men of the Twelfth Regiment New Jersey Infantry Volunteers, who fell upon this field July 2d & 3d 1863, and who elsewhere died under the flag this monument is dedicated by their surviving comrades as an example to . . . Map (db m27592) HM WM
87Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 137th New York Infantry — 3d Brigade, 2d Division — 12th Corps —
On Slocum Avenue at Williams Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Slocum Avenue.
(Front):137th N.Y. Inf'y 3d Brig. 2d Div. 12th Corps (Left):The 137th Regiment of New York Infantry held this position July 2d 1863, and until the retreat of the Rebel Army. (Back):Casualties Killed 40, Wounded 87, Missing . . . Map (db m13944) HM WM
88Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 139th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division — 6th Corps —
On Crawford Avenue (Driveway to John Weikert Farm) at Wheatfield Road, on the right when traveling north on Crawford Avenue (Driveway to John Weikert Farm).
(Front):139th Pennsylvania Infantry. 3rd. Brigade, 3rd. Division, 6th. Corps. (Left): Left Manchester, Md at 8 p.m. July 1st and arrives at Rock Creek on the Baltimore Pike at 2 p.m. of the 2d. Towards evening the brigade moved rapidly . . . Map (db m16581) HM WM
89Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 139th Pennsylvania Volunteers — 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division — 6th Corps —
On Sickles Avenue at Wheatfield Road, on the right when traveling north on Sickles Avenue.
139th Penna. Vols 3rd Brigade 3rd Division 6th Corps July 2, 3, & 4. 1863 Advanced near this point driving the enemy the evening of July 3.Map (db m13166) HM WM
90Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Massachusetts Volunteers — 1st Brigade, 2nd Division — 1st Corps —
On Robinson Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):13th Mass. Vols. (Back):13th Mass. Vol's 1st Brig - 2nd Div - 1st Corps July 1st 1863Map (db m15434) WM
91Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th New Jersey Volunteers
On Carman Avenue (Colgrove Avenue), on the left when traveling north.
13th Regt. N.J. Vols. 3rd Brig. 1st Div. 12th Corps. Thirteenth Regiment N.J.V. reached this battlefield 5 p.m. July 1st 1863, and with the brigade went into position on the north side of Wolf Hill. During the night occupied a position in . . . Map (db m11436) HM WM
92Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Pennsylvania Reservers — 1st Brigade, 3rd Division — 5th Corps —
On Ayres Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
(Front):Bucktails (Right):13th Pennsylvania Reservers (1st Rifles) 42d Infantry 1st Brigade 3d Division 5th Corps Mustered in May 28 - June 11 1861 Mustered out June 11 1864 Recruited in Tioga, Perry, Cameron, Warren, Carbon, Elk, . . . Map (db m15595) HM WM
93Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Vermont — Third Position, Third Day
Near Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
13th Vt. F.V. Randall, Colonel, Right of Stannard's Brigade, 3d Position 3d Day Struck Pickett's flank here.Map (db m16253) HM WM
94Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Vermont
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
13th Vt. F.V. Randall, Colonel Right of Stannard's Brigade 1st Position 3d Day 2d 45 yds. in frontMap (db m16377) HM WM
95Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Vermont
On Hancock Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
13th Vt, F.V. Randall Colonel Right of Stannard's Brigade 2d position 3d day Next 200 yds to rightMap (db m16386) HM WM
96Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 13th Vermont Volunteer Infantry — 1862 - 1863
On Hancock Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
(Front):Thirteenth Vermont Volunteer Infantry 1862 - 1863 On this field the right regiment of Stannard's Vermont Brigade Third Brigade Third Division First CorpsJuly 2 Five companies under Lieut.-Colonel Wh. D. Munson supported batteries . . . Map (db m16385) HM WM
97Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 140th New York Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division — 5th Corps —
Near Sykes Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Around the Top of the Monument):Fraternity Valor Patriotism Duty (Right):140th N.Y. Infty. 3rd Brigade 2nd Division 5th Corps. July 2 & 3, 1863 (Left):Number engaged 526. Casualties. 26 killed. 89 wounded. 18 missing. (Front):col. . . . Map (db m14937) HM WM
98Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 140th Pennsylvania Infantry — 3rd Brigade, 1st Division — 2nd Corps —
On Sickles Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
(Front):140th Penna Infantry. 3rd Brig. 1st Div. 2d corps. The regiment engaged the enemy on this position late in the afternoon of July 2d succeeding 5th Corps troops and holding the right of the 1st Division 2d Corps. Supported battery . . . Map (db m15739) HM WM
99Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 140th Pennsylvania Infantry
On Sickles Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
140th Reg't. Penna. Vols. Col. R. P. Roberts Commanding. Zook's Brig., Caldwell's Div., Hancock's Corps. July 2nd 1863. (Succeeded 5, Corps Troops.) Carried into action. 29 officers and 560 enlisted men. Lost in action. 14 officers and 227 enlisted . . . Map (db m15748) HM WM
100Pennsylvania, Adams County, Cumberland Township — 141st Pennsylvania Infantry — 1st Bigade, 1st Division, 3rd Corps
On Wheatfield Road at Birney Lane, on the right when traveling east on Wheatfield Road.
(Front): Mustered in August and September 1862 Mustered out May 28, 1865 Recruited in Bradford, Susquehanna, and Wayne CountiesPresent at Gettysburg 9 offices and 200 men Killed and died of wounds 1 officer 41 men, total 42 Wounded 5 officers . . . Map (db m12977) HM WM

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