Tour the Gettysburg battlefield > NorthCentralSouthE. Cavalry Field

Stone and Meredith Avenues are named for after Colonel Roy Stone and Brigadier General Solomon Meredith, brigade commanders in the Union 1st Corps whose men fought on this ground in the opening hours of the battle on July 1. Stopne Avenue heads south (one way) from Chambersburg Pike (US 30) and turns into Meredith Avenue. They are not part of the National Park Auto Tour, but can be reached by turning left from Reynolds Avenue South onto US 30 (Chambersburg Road). Meredith Avenue loops back to Reynolds Avenue South to rejoin the Auto Tour.

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Tour map of Stone and Meredith Avenues on the Gettysburg battlefield

monuments to individuals
Major General John Reynolds
 • Brigadier General John Buford • John Burns

1st Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Corps • 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 1st Corps • Archer’s Brigade, Heth’s Division, 3rd Corps

regimental and battery monuments
19th Indiana
 • 24th Michigan • 2nd Wisconsin • 7th Wisconsin • 149th Pennsylvania • 150th Pennsylvania • 2nd Maine Battery • 14th New York State Militia  • 95th New York • 2nd United States, Battery A  • 26th North Carolina

battlefield farms
McPherson Farm