Monumente - Gefallene / Verwundete (Nr. 45 bis 59 b)

Brig. Gen. Lewis Armistead (CSA) / Nr. 45
Webb Ave (The Angle)
Inschrift: Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead, C.S.A. fell here July 3, 1863
   

Capt. Jedediah Chapman (US) / Nr. 46
DeTrobriand Ave (The Wheatfield)
Inschrift: Here fell Jed. Chapman Capt. Co. H. 27th Conn. Vols.
    

Lieut. Alonzo Cushing (US) / Nr. 47
Hancock Ave (The Angle)
Inschrift: Erected in honor of Lt. A.H. Cushing And his 4th U.S. Battery A. by Col. R. Penn Smith and his Regiment 71st PA. Vol's.
   

Capt. Henry Fuller  (US) / Nr. 48
Brooke Ave (Rose Woods/Run)
Inschrift: Captain Henry V. Fuller Co. F. 64th New York Infantry Killed July 2, 1863
    

Maj. Gen. Winfield Hancock / Nr. 49
South Hancock Ave (Codori Grove)
 

Reverent Horatio S. Howell / Nr. 50
Christ Lutheran Church / Hospital (Downtown Gettysburg)
  

Lieut. Col. Henry Mervin (US) / Nr. 51
Wheatfield Road (The Wheatfield)
Inschrift: In Memory of Lt. Col. Henry C. Merwin 27th C.V. who fell mortally wounded where the monument of his regiment now stands.
Bild n.bek. / Marker folgt

Maj. J.G. Palmer (US) / Nr. 52
Culp's Hill (East Top)
 
Marker folgt

Maj. Gen. John F. Reynolds / Nr. 53
South Reynolds Ave (Reynolds Woods)
 

Maj. Gen. Daniel E. Sickles / Nr. 54
United States Ave (Trostle Barn)
Inschrift 
Major General Daniel E. Sickles wounded  July 2, 1863 
   

Col. Charles F. Taylor (US) / Nr. 55
Ayres Ave (Rose Woods)
Inschrift
Here fell Charles Frederick Taylor July 2, 1863 Age 23 years 4 months 26 days. Colonel of the "Bucktails" First Rifle Regiment P.R.V.C. Erected by his comrades and friends 1905
Charles Frederick Taylor - Born February 6 1840 - Enrolled May 16 1861 - Captain Co. H. 13th Penna. Reserves First Rifles May 28 1861 - Colonel March 1 1863 - Killed in action July 2 1863
    

Gen. Strong Vincent (US) / Nr. 56
Little Round Top
Inschrift

Gen. Strong Vincent wounded July 2, Died July 7, 1863 / 3rd Brigade, First Division, 5th Corps

    

Col. George H. Ward / Nr. 57
Emmitsburg Road (North of Codori Buildings)
Inschrift 

Here fell, mortally wounded July 2d 1863 George H. Ward, Colonel Commanding 15th Mass. Vols. His comrades and fellow citizens of Worcester raise this memorial of his valor and partiotism.

From the rear: 1st Brig. 2nd Div. 2nd Army Corps.
    
Monument folgt

Col. G.L.Willard (US) / Nr. 58
South Hancock Ave (Codori-Farm)
Inschrift

Colonel Willard 125th N.Y. Infantry was killed at this place on the evening of July 2nd 1863 while leading in a charge the 3d Brig. 3d Div. 2nd Corps

Erected by the survivors of  the 125th N.Y. Infantry, 1888
  
Marker folgt

Brig. Gen. Samuel K. Zook (US) / Nr. 59
Wheatfield Road (The Wheatfield)
Inschrift 
To the memory of Samuel Kosciusko Zook. Brevet Major General U.S. Vols. Who fell mortally wounded at or near this spot. while gallantly leading his brigade in battle July 2nd 1863. Erected by Gen. Zook Post. No 11 G.A.R. of Norristown, Pa. July 25th. 1882. 
     

Lieut. Col. W. Brooke Rawle / Nr. 59 a
Confederate Cavalry Ave, East Cavalry Field
    
Marker folgt

Women's Memorial / Nr. 59 b
Evergreen Cemetery
     

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