The monument to Battery L of the 1st Ohio Light Artillery is south of Gettysburg on Little Round Top. (39.793588° N, 77.236384° W; map; Tour map: Little Round Top) It was dedicated by the State of Ohio in 1887.
Battery L was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Captain Frank C. Gibbs. It brought 121 men to the field serving six 12-pounder Napoleons, and lost two wounded.
From the front of the monument:
Captain F. C. Gibbs
L First Ohio Light Artillery
Artillery Brigade, Fifth Corps
From the back:
1st Ohio Light Artillery
July 2. 3. 1863
Arriving on the field at 8 a.m. July 2, went into position under a brisk skirmish fire on the extreme right of Wolf Hill. Afterwards moved to north slope of Little Round Top, and there became hotly engaged with Longstreet’s Corps then trying to turn the left. Held same position July 3.
This battery was recruited at Portsmouth Ohio, in the Autumn of 1861 by Captain L.N. Robinson. Was mustered out July 4. 1865. Took part in 12 important battles.
Erected by the State of Ohio