The monument to the 73rd Ohio Volunteers is south of Gettysburg on Taneytown Road on the west side of the National Cemetery. (39.82042° N, 77.232745° W; Google map; Tour map: National Cemetery) It was erected in 1887 by the State of Ohio.

The 73rd Ohio was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Long, Jr.

The Medal of honor as it looked at the time of the Civil War Musician Richard Enderlin of Company B was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions when he “voluntarily took a rifle and served as a soldier in the ranks during the first and second days of the battle. Voluntarily and at his own imminent peril went into the enemy’s lines at night and, under a sharp fire, rescued a wounded comrade.”
11th Corps Headquarters Flag 11C-2D

Monument to the 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Gettysburg

From the front of the monument::

73d Ohio Infantry
2d Brigade, 2d Division, 11th Corps.

Erected by The State of Ohio

From the left side:

July 1, 2, 3, 1863.
Engaged 338
Killed 21
Mortally wounded 19
Additional wounded 104
Missing 1
Total loss 145

From the right side:

Organized at Chillicothe, Ohio
Mustered in Dec. 30, 1861
Mustered out July 20, 1865
Original strength 891
Total enrolled 1284
Killed 156
Wounded 568
Died 123

From the rear:

Principal Engagements
Bull Pasture Mountain
Cross Keys
Cedar Mountain
Mission Ridge
New Hope Church
Kenesaw Mountain
Peachtree Creek
March to the Sea

Monument to the 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Gettysburg

The 73rd Ohio is honored with a marker on the Second Bull Run battlefield at Manassas

See more on the 73rd Ohio Volunteers in the Civil War