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By Brian Scott, September 19, 2015
Sturgis's Division, Ninth Army Corps Marker
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1Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 58 — Sturgis's Division, Ninth Army Corps
U.S.A. Sturgis' Division, Ninth Army Corps. Brig. Gen. Samuel G. Sturgis, Commanding. September 17, 1862. On the night of September 16th, Sturgis' Division bivouacked on the eastern slope of the ridge bordering the east bank of the Anitetam to . . . Map (db m6445) HM
2Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 68 — Ninth Army CorpsFerrero's Brigade, Sturgis' Division
U.S.A. Ninth Army Corps Ferrero's Brigade, Sturgis' Division. Brigadier General Edward Ferrero, Commanding. Organization. 51st New York Infantry, 51st Pennsylvania Infantry. 21st and 35th Massachusetts Infantry. September 17, 1862. On the . . . Map (db m6444) HM
3Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 69 — Ninth Army CorpsNagle's Brigade, Sturgis' Division
U.S.A. Ninth Army Corps, Nagle's Brigade, Sturgis' Division, Brigadier-General James Nagle, Commanding. Organization 2nd Maryland, 6th and 9th New Hampshire, and 48th Pennsylvania Infantry. (September 17, 1862.) At daylight of the 17th, Nagle's . . . Map (db m6417) HM
4Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 2nd Maryland Infantry
Maryland 2nd Md Infantry At 9:30 a.m. advanced on the stone bridge, defended by Toombs' Brigade and two batt- eries on high ground beyond. Charged to within 100 yards of the bridge when, checked by the severity of the enemy's fire it took . . . Map (db m6463) HM
5Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 21st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
(Front Face): 21st Mass. Vol. Inf'y 2nd Brig. 2nd Div. 9th A.C. Erected by 21st Regt. Mass. Vol. Association (Rear Face):The following Comrades were killed near this bridge: 2nd Lieut. Henry C. Holbrook Co. "D" Priv. Wm. B. . . . Map (db m6453) HM
6Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 51st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(Front Inscription): The 51st Regt. P. V. was organized Sept. 1861 By Col. afterwards, Maj. Gen. John F. Hartranft its leader in many battles and in this charge Mustered out July 1865 Engaged in 20 battles or minor combats and . . . Map (db m58219) HM
7Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 35th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
The Thirty-fifth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers Crossed this bridge with Ferrero's Brigade, Ninth Army Corps at noon, Sept. 17, 1862, and moved to the right up the hill where, at the lane, two hundred and fourteen of their . . . Map (db m6455) HM
8Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — Fifty-First New York Infantry
Shepard Rifles Col. Robert B. Potter 2d Brigade - Ferrero's 2d Division - Sturgis' 9th Army Corps - Burnside's Army of the Potomac Sept. 17, 1862 In compliance with orders received from General Burnside on the morning of September 17, . . . Map (db m6441) HM
9Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — Durell’s Independent Battery
Durell's Independent Battery "D" Pennsylvania Artillery 2nd Brigade 2nd Division 9th Corps Posted 375 yards south 70 degrees east ——— Casualties at Antietam Wounded 3 Recruited in Berks and Bucks Counties . . . Map (db m6664) HM
10Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 48th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(Front Inscription): 48th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry 1st Brigade 2nd Division 9th Corps Location 385 yards south 70 degrees east ————— Casualties at Antietam Killed 8 Wounded 51 Missing 1 Total 60 . . . Map (db m6665) HM
11Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 51st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
51st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry 2nd Brigade 2nd Division 9th Corps Location 385 yards South 70 Degrees East ——— Casualties at Antietam Killed 21 Wounded 99 Total 120 Recruited in Montgomery Northampton . . . Map (db m6661) HM
12Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 100 — Ninth Army CorpsFerrero's Brigade, Sturgis' Division
U.S.A. Ninth Army Corps Ferrero's Brigade, Sturgis' Division Brigadier General Edw. Ferrero, Commanding. Organization. 51st New York, 51st Pennsylvania, 21st and 35th Massachusetts Infantry. (September 17, 1862.) After Ferrero's Brigade carried . . . Map (db m6610) HM
13Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 124 — Ninth Army CorpsNagle's Brigade, Sturgis' Division
U.S.A. Ninth Army Corps, Nagle's Brigade, Sturgis' Division Brig. Gen. James Nagle, Commanding. Organization. 2nd Maryland Infantry, 9th New Hampshire Infantry, 6th New Hampshire Infantry, 48th Pennsylvania Infantry. (September, 17, 1862.) The . . . Map (db m6666) HM
14Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 107 — Battery E, 4th U.S. Artillery
U.S.A. Battery E, 4th U.S. Artillery. Capt. Joseph C. Clark Jr., U.S.A. Commanding. (September 17, 1862.) At daybreak Battery E, 4th U.S. Artillery, was in bivouac in rear of the high ground east of the Burnside Bridge. Soon after daybreak it . . . Map (db m6718) HM
 
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