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“Gosline Zouaves”

The monument to the 95th Pennsylvania is south of Gettysburg on Wheatfield Road east of Crawford Avenue. (39.795426 N, 77.236518 W; Google map; Tour map: Crawford Ave. & J. Weickert Farm) It was dedicated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1888.

Monument to the 95th Pennsylvania Infantry at Gettysburg

The 95th Pennsylvania was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Lieutenant Colonel Edward Carroll.

6th Corps Headquarters Flag 6C-1D

From the front of the monument:

95th Penna. Infantry
Gosline Zouaves
Occupied this position in reserve from evening of July 2nd to morning of July 5th.

2d Brigade, 1st Division 6th Corps

From the right side:

Organized in Philadelphia
Mustered in August 23, 1861
Re-enisted Dec. 27, 1863
Mustered out July 17, 1865

Tablet from the left side of the monument to the 95th Pennsylvania Infantry at Gettysburg

Tablet from the left side of the monument

From the left side:

Total Enrollment 1962
Present for duty at Gettysburg June 30, 1863
Officers               20
Enlisted men   336
Loss      Enlisted men Killed 1 wounded 1

Total Loss in Action    Officers  Men   Total
Killed                   9         109           118
Wounded          20         410          430
Captured or missing       76            76
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                                     29        595          624

Total Deaths       Officers  Men   Total
         Killed             9         109          118
Died of wounds     2         63             65
Of Disease                       70             70
Other causes                     5               5
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11        247          258

See more about the 95th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War