The Thirty-fifth Regiment
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 officers
and men were killed or wounded.
Gloria est Pro Patria Mori
Erected by Lieut. Col. Albert A. Pope, as a
memorial of his dead comrades.
Up until the early 1960s the 35th Massachusetts Infantry Monument was mounted on the corner of the Burnside Bridge. When the Bridge was restored and auto traffic re-routed to a bypass, the monuments were moved to the east bank.