Maryland State Monument
Battles engaged in: Harpers Ferry; Winchester; Front Royal; Cross Keys; Port Republic; Woodstock; Gaines' Mills; Malvern Hill; Bristoe Station; Cunningham's Ford; Groveton; Rappahannock; Second Mannassas; Antietam; Yellow Tavern; Carlisle; Gettysburg; Culpepper C.H.; Mine Run; Brandy Station; Chambersburg; Leestown; Frederick; OldTown; Waynesboro; Maurytown.
Officers Captain John B. Brockenbrough Captain William G. Griffin Lieut. William B. Beam Lieut. John McNulty Lieut. James T. Wilhelm Lieut. John w. Goodman
Battles engaged in: Harpers Ferry, Catlett's Station; Chantilly; South Mountain; Antietam; Harpers Ferry, July 27, 1863; Shady grove; Bethesda Church; Cold Harbor; Petersburg, June 18, 1864; Seige of Petersburg; Weldon Railroad; Popular Grove Church; Chapel House; Peeble's Farm.
Field Officers Colonel William H. Purnell Colonel William J. Leonard Colonel Samuel A. Graham Lieut. Col. John G. Johannes Lieut. Col. Benjamin L. Simpson Major William J. Taylor Major William T. Fulton Major Robert G. King
"Wolcott's" Battery "A" 8 Guns, First Maryland Light Artillery, U.S.A.
Battles engaged in: Seven Days Fighting Before Richmond; Deep Bottom; Second Bull Run; Crampton's Gap; Antietam; Frederickburg; Marye's Heights; Salem Heights; Gettsyburg.
Officers Captain John W. Wolcott Captain James H. Rigby 1st Lieut. Thomas Binyon 1st Lieut. Lowell A. Chamberlain 2nd Lieut. Edgar G. Taylor 2nd Lieut. Frank I. Witcher 2nd Lieut. Augustine McIntire 2nd Lieut. John F. Daneker
Fifth Regiment Maryland Infantry, U.S.A.
Battles engaged in: Antietam; Charlestown, Va.; Winchester, Va.; June 13, 14, 15,1863; Stephenson's Depot; Siege of Petersburg; Battle of the Crater; Fort Harrison; Siege of Richmond, 1864; Fair Oaks, October 27, 1864; Occupation of Richmond, April 3, 1865.
Field Officers Colonel William Louis Schley Colonel William W. Bamberger Lieut. Col. John G. Holland Lieut. Col. Charles A. Holton Lieut. Col. Salome Marsh Lieut. Col. Stephen P. Heath Major Leopold Blumenburg Major Henry G. Graham Major William H. Irving
First Maryland (Dement's) Battery C.S.A.
Battles engaged in: Mechanicsville; Gaines Mills; Malvern Hill; Groveton; Manassas; Harpers Ferry; Antietam; Fredericksburg, December, 1862, Mar. 1863; Gettysburg; Locust Grove; Payne's Farm; Cold Harbor; Petersburg; Appomattox.
Officers Captin R. Snowden Andrews Captain William F. Dement Lieut. John Gale Lieut. Hill
Third Regiment Maryland Infantry, U.S.A.
Battles engaged in: Cedar Mountain; Antietam; Chancellorsville; Gettysburg; Wilderness; Spotsylvania; North Anna; Cold Harbor; Petersburg; Battle of the Crater; Poplar Springs Church; Assault on Petersburg, April 3, 1865.
Field Officers Captain Alonzo Snow Captain Lucius A. Gerry 1st Lt. Theodore J. Vanneman 1st Lieut. James H. Kidd 2nd Lieut. John M. Bullock 2nd Lieut. Leonard S. Parker 2nd lieut. William Taylor 2nd Lieut. Enos T. Hall
Second Regiment Maryland Infantry, U.S.A.
Battled engaged in: Groveton; Bull Run; Chantilly; South Mountain; Antietam; Fredericksburg; Blue Springs; Campbell's Station; Siege of Knoxville; Spotsylvania; Totopotomoy; Cold Harbor; Petersburg; Battle of the Crater; Siege of Petersburg; Weldon Railroad; Poplar Springs Church; Hatcher's Run; Assault of Petersburg.
Command and Field Officers Colonel John Sommers, Oct. 8, 1861 to April 21, 1862 Brevet Brig. Gen. J. Eugene Duryee to Sept. 22, 1862 Colonel Thomas B. Allard to Jan. 19, 1864 Maj. David F. DeWitt Lieut. Colonel Henry Howard to July 30, 1864 Maj. Andrew B. Brunner Brevet Colonel Benj. F. Taylor to July 25, 1865 Maj. James H. Wilson
Antietam Battlefield Commision of Maryland
Erected by the State of Maryland to her Sons, Who on this field offered their lives in maintenance of their Principles
Did You Know?
The Maryland State Monument is the only monument at Antietam dedicated to both sides. Marylanders fought for both the Union and the Confederacy. 20,000 people attended the dedication on May 30, 1900. President William McKinley, a veteran of the Battle of Antietam, was the keynote speaker