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12TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY PLAQUE

   

12TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

113TH OF THE LINE
4TH BRIGADE
CAVALRY DIVISION
RECRUITED IN PHILADELPIA.

SECOND MANASSAS
FISHER'S HILL
CLARKSBURG
SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN
MONOCACY
CHARLESTOWN
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
FREDERICK
MARYLAND HEIGHTS
ANTIETAM
NEWTOWN
HAMILTON
MOORFIELD
WINCHESTER 1-2-3
BUNKER HILL
WOODSTOCK
CEDAR CREEK
SMITHFIELD
SLEEPY CREEK
DUNNINGHAM CROSS ROADS
BOLIVAR HEIGHTS
SOLOMON'S GAP
CRAMPTON'S PASS
PLEASANT VALLEY
KERNSTOWN
HALLTOWN
EDENBURG
BOONSBORO

Virtue, Liberty and Independence
Erected by
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
         


   


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45TH PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

    2ND BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION 9TH CORPS    
THE REGIMENT ADVANCED 264 YARDS
NORTHWEST OF THIS POINT,
RETIRING TO THIS POSITION LATER IN THE DAY.



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
KILLED
WOUNDED
MISSING
-------
TOTAL
1
36
1
--
38

RECRUITED IN CENTRE, LANCASTER, MIFFLIN,
TIOGA AND WAYNE COUNTIES



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
  SECESSIONVILLE (NEAR CHARLESTON)
  SOUTH MOUNTAIN
ANTIETAM
FREDERICKSBURG
VICKSBURG
JACKSON
BLUE SPRINGS
CAMPBELL'S STATION
SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE
WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
NORTH ANNA
COLD HARBOR
PETERSBURG
THE CRATER

WELDON RAILROAD
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH
HATCHER'S RUN
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG


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48TH PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

    1ST BRIGADE 2ND DIVISION 9TH CORPS    
LOCATION 385 YARDS SOUTH 70 DEGREES EAST



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
KILLED
WOUNDED
MISSING
-------
TOTAL
8
51
1
--
60

ORGANIZED AUGUST SEPTEMBER 1861
MUSTERED OUT JULY 17TH 1865
RECRUITED IN SCHUYLKILL COUNTY



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
NEWBERN
SECOND BULL RUN
CHANTILLY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
ANTIETAM
FREDERICKSBURG
BLUE SPRINGS
CAMPBELL'S STATION
SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE
WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
NORTH ANNA
TOTOPOTOMOY
BETHESDA CHURCH
COLD HARBOR
PETERSBURG
WELDON RAILROAD
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH
BOYDTON PLANK ROAD
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG

DUG PETERSBURG MINE
COMMENCED JUNE 25
EXPLODED JULY 30 1864





JAMES NAGLE
ORGANIZER AND FIRST
COLONEL OF THIS REGIMENT

RECEIVED COMMISSION AS
BRIGADIER GENERAL OF VOLUNTEERS
ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF ANTIETAM
SEPTEMBER 17, 1862

CAPTAIN
COMPANY "B", 1ST PENN'S. REGIMENT
WAR WITH MEXICO
COLONEL
6TH, 48TH, 39TH, 149TH REGIMENTS
PENN'A. VOLUNTEERS
WAR OF THE REBELLION

BORN APRIL 5TH, 1822
DIED APRIL 22D, 1866

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50TH PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

    1ST BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION 9TH CORPS    
COLONEL BENJAMIN C. CHRIST



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
KILLED
WOUNDED
MISSING
-------
TOTAL
8
46
3
--
57

RECRUITED IN BERKS, SCHUYLKILL, BRADFORD,
SUSQUEHANNA, LANCASTER AND LUZERNE COUNTIES.



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
  COOSAW
POCOTALIGO
SECOND BULL RUN
CHANTILLY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
ANTIETAM
FREDERICKSBURG
VICKSBURG
JACKSON
BLUE SPRINGS
CAMPBELL'S STATION
SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE
WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
N.Y. RIVER
NORTH ANNA
BETHESDA CHURCH
COLD HARBOR
PETERSBURG
THE CRATER
WELDON RAILROAD
REAM'S STATION
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH
HATCHER'S RUN
FORT MCGILVERY
FORT STEDMAN
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG

   


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51ST
PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY

2ND BRIGADE 2ND DIVISION
9TH CORPS
LOCATION 385 YARDS SOUTH
70 DEGREES EAST



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
KILLED
WOUNDED
-------
TOTAL
21
99
---
120

RECRUITED IN MONTGOMERY
NORTHAMPTON UNION CENTRE,
LYCOMING AND SNYDER
COUNTIES



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
ROANOKE ISLAND
NEWBERN         CAMDEN
SECOND BULL RUN
CHANTILLY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
ANTIETAM
FREDERICKSBURG
VICKSBURG         JACKSON
CAMPBELL'S STATION
KNOXVILLE         WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
NORTH ANNA         COLD HARBOR
PETERSBURG         THE CRATER
REAM'S STATION
WELDON RAILROAD
HATCHER'S RUN
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG



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51ST
PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY

Erected
by the survivors of the
51st Regt. Pa. Vols.
To commemorate their comrades who
fell in taking this bridge in the
battle between the Federal and
Confederate forces.
September 17, 1862

The 51st Regt. P.V.
was organized Sept. 1861
by Colonel (afterwards)
Maj. Gen. John. F. Hartranft
its leader in many battles and
in this charge.
Mustered out July 1865
Engaged in 20 battles,
18 minor combats and
numerous skirmishes.

Total death roll 314.

Omitted
Private Charles Keyser, Co. A
5th Sergt. Richard J. Williams, Co. B
8th Corp. George W. Bird, Co. B
Private David S. Hutman, Co. B
Private Henry G. Moore, Co. B

The following comrades were killed:
Lieut. Col. Thos. S. Bell
Private James Coulston, Co. A
Private William Somerlot, Co. A
1st Lieut. David Hunsicker, Co. C
Private David McKane, Co. C
Private Simon P. Emery, Co. C
Private George Mayberry, Co. D
Private John Hallowell, Co. C
Private William Comer, Co. F
Private Henry S. Lentz, Co. F
Private Henry Shultz, Co. F
Private James Dowling, Co. G
Private Miles Dillen, Co. G
Private William Wanrick, Co. G
Private Wallis Wiggins, Co. G
1st Sergt. Matthew Vandine,Co.G
1st Lieut. Jacob G.Beaver,Co. H
Private Isaac Beck, Co. H
Private Edward Bear, Co. H
Private Levi Marks, Co. H
Private Isaac Wittes, Co. H
Private Thomas P. DAvis, Co. I
Sergt. Albert Snyder, Co. K
And 84 others wounded.


   


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100TH
PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY

2ND BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION
9TH CORPS
LOCATION 495 YARDS NORTH
79 DEGREES WEST



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
WOUNDED
MISSING
-------
TOTAL
7
1
---
8

RECRUITED IN LAWRENCE, WASHINGTON,
BUTLER, BEAVER, MERCER
AND WESTMORELAND COUNTIES.



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
  COOSAW
LEGAREVILLE
SESSIONVILLE
SECOND BULL RUN
CHANTILLY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
  ANTIETAM
FREDERICKSBURG
VICKSBURG
JACKSON
BLUE SPRINGS
CAMPBELL'S STATION
SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE
WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
NORTH ANNA
COLD HARBOR
PETERSBURG
THE CRATER
WELDON RAILROAD
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH
  HATCHER'S RUN FORT STEDMAN
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG


Roundheads
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125TH
PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY

1ST BRIGADE 1ST DIVISION
12TH CORPS



 Color Sergeant
George A. Simpson
Killed at Antietam

125th Pennsylvania
Volunteer Infantry

1st Brigade 1st Division
12th Corps

Recruited in Blair, Huntingdon 
and Cambria Counties, Penna.

Moved at early dawn from bivouac 
on farm of George Line to East 
Woods near point where Gen. 
J.K.F. Mansfield was mortally 
wounded, from there to support 
Monroe's First Rhode Island 
Battery on Smoketown Road, 
then to woods that stood here 
September 17, 1862, was the 
first Union Regiment. Therein 
being far advanced and without 
sufficient support, it was 
outflanked by the enemy and 
retired behind batteries in 
field in rear and subsequently 
saved the guns of Monroe's 
Battery from capture. Remained 
in line until close of battle. 
Monument is near the left of its 
main line of battle.

Erected by
State of
Pennsylvania
and
Survivors
Association
1904
Casualties at Antietam
Killed   54
Wounded  91
Missing  84
Total   229

1st Brigade
1st Division
12th Corps

It was near this spot that the Regiment 
within Six Weeks after leaving home took 
an active part in this great battle.

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130TH
PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY

2ND BRIGADE 3RD DIVISION
2ND CORPS



This memorial marks the Regiment's right of line in Battle, its left extended to Roulette's lane below; it went into battle by way of the Roulette farm buildings, about 9:30 A.M., and driving back the enemy, maintained its position at and immediately Northeast of this point on the high ground overlooking Bloody Lane until 1:30 o'clock P.M. when withdrawn to replenish its exhausted ammunition, and then occupied the reserve line.


Casualties at Antietam
Killed in battle 32
Died from wounds 14
Non-fatal wounds 132
Total 178

Recruited in Cumberland, York, Montgomery,
Dauphin and Chester Counties.

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DURELL'S
INDEPENDENT
BATTERY "D"
PENNSYLVANIA
ARTILLERY

2ND BRIGADE 2ND DIVISION
9TH CORPS
LOCATION 375 YARDS SOUTH
70 DEGREES EAST



CASUALTIES AT ANTIETAM
WOUNDED         3
RECRUITED IN BERKS AND BUCKS COUNTIES



BATTLES PARTICIPATED IN
KELLY'S FORD
BRISTOE STATION
SECOND BULL RUN
CHANTILLY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
ANTIETAM
WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS
FREDERICKSBURG
VICKSBURG
JACKSON
WILDERNESS
SPOTSYLVANIA
PETERSBURG
THE CRATER
REAM'S STATION
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH
FORT STEDMAN
ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG
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