The monument to the 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment is north of Gettysburg on Howard Avenue. (39.843268° N, 77.230014° W; Google map; Tour map: Howard Avenue East) It was erected in 1887 by the State of Ohio.
There are also flank markers but no monument at the north entrance to the National Cemetery on Baltimore Pike.
The 82nd Ohio was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Colonel James S. Robinson. He was wounded on July 1, and Lieutenant Colonel David Thomson took command.
From the front of the monument:
The 82nd Ohio Infantry, arriving from Emmittsburg at noon, July 1, 1863, moved rapidly to the support of Dilger’s Battery near the Carlisle Road. At 3 p.m. changed front to the right and advanced to a position 125 yards in front of this monument, where, exposed both front and flank to a severe fire, it engaged the enemy then approaching from York. After an obstinate struggle, the regiment being outflanked on both sides, withdrew to Cemetery Hill, where it remained until the close of the battle.
82nd Ohio Infantry
Erected by the State of Ohio
2 Brigade 3 Division 11 Corps
From the left side:
11 Corps A. P.
82 Ohio Infantry
Gettysburg 1,2,3, 1863
Engaged 258 Lost 181
Killed 4 Wounded 14 Missing 2
Total Lost 20
Killed or Mortally wounded 14 Additional wounded 71 Missing 76
Total lost 161.
Krzyzanowski’s Brigade 11 Corps A. P.
Tyndale’s Brigade 11 Corps A. P.
From the right side:
20 Corps A. C.
Mustered in for 3 years at Kenton Ohio Dec. 31, 1861. Reenlisted for 3 years as a Veteran Regiment at Chattanooga, Tenn. Jan. 1864. Was mustered out at Louisville, Ky. July 24, 1865.
Robinson’s Brigade 20 Corps A. C.
Robinson’s Brigade 20 Corps A. G.
From the rear:
Bull Pasture Mountain Cross Keys
Cedar Mountain Freeman’s Ford
Waterloo Bridge Groveton
Wauhatchie Mission Ridge
Relief of Knoxville Resaca
New Hope Church Peach Tree-
Creek Atlanta Sandersville
Monteith Swamp Savannah
This Regiment served in
Schenck’s Brigade in the Mountain Department,
Milroy’s Brigade 1st Corps, Army of Virginia,
Krzyzanowski’s Brigade 11th Corps, Army of the Potomac,
Tyndale’s Brigade 11th Corps, Army of the Potomac,
Robinson’s Brigade 20th Corps, Armies of the Cumberland and Georgia.
Schenks’ Brigade Mount’in Dept.
Milroy’s Brigade 1 Corps A. V.
From the marker in the National Cemetery:
July 2, 3, 1863
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