The monument to the Second Maine Battery is west of Gettysburg on Chambersburg Pike at its intersection with Stone Avenue near General Reynold’s statue. (39.837848° N , 77.251547° W; Google map; Monument map: Stone & Meredith Avenues)

A marker in the National Cemetery shows the battery’s position on July 2nd. (Monument map: National Cemetery)

The Second Maine Battery was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Captain James A. Hall. It was part of the 1st Corps Artillery Brigade, and brought 127 men to the field serving six Ordnance Rifles, suffering 18 wounded.

It was attached to the Artillery Brigade, 1st Army Corps.

Monument to the 2nd Maine Battery at Gettysburg

From the Chambersburg Pike momnument:

Hall’s 2nd Maine Battery

1st Brig. 2nd Div. 1st Corps
July 1, 1863

Marker for the 2nd Maine Battery at Gettysburg

From the National Cemetery marker:

Hall’s Battery
2nd Maine
July 2, 1863

Marker for the 2nd Maine Battery in the National Cemetery, overlooking the Baltimore Pike.

Marker for the 2nd Maine Battery in the National Cemetery, overlooking the Baltimore Pike.

See more on the 2nd Maine Battery in the Civil War