The monument to Union Captain Henry V. Fuller at Gettysburg is in the Rose Woods south of the Wheatfield. (39.794847° N, 77.245179° W; Google map; Tour map: Detrobriand Avenue – the Wheatfield) One of the least visited monuments on the battlefield, it was dedicated by the survivors of his company in 1894.
From the monument:
Captain Henry V. Fuller
Co. F. 64th New York Infantry
Killed July 2, 1863
Henry Fuller of Little Valey, New York was 22 years old at the time of his death at Gettysburg. He was a veteran of a dozen battles and skirmishes and had risen through the ranks from private to Orderly Sergeant to Second and First Lieuteant and finally to Captain and commander of Company F.
Fuller’s regiment, the 64th New York Infantry, had advanced with its brigade to the ridge west of Rose’s Run where the monument to the 64th New York Infantry now stands. But the brigade was attacked from the front and flank and had to withdraw back across the low-lying area along Rose’s Run.
As the regiment was withdrawing Captain Fuller was wounded in the leg. Private George Whipple came to his aid to try to help him to the rear, but Fuller was hit again, a mortal wound to his back. Whipple stayed with him as he died, and was captured by advancing Georgians.
Fuller’s body was recovered on July 4th and he was buried two weeks later in Little Valley Cemetery in New York. He left behind his wife, Adelaide, and their one year old son Henry.