The 4th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment has a small monument south of Gettysburg on Granite Schoolhouse Lane and Blacksmith Shop Road. The regiment is also honored with other New Jersey regiments on the New Jersey Brigade monument along Sedgwick Avenue.
Major Charles Ewing commanded the 4th New Jersey at Gettysburg. It brought 386 men to the field, and suffered no casualties. The 4th was detached from the brigade during the Battle of Gettysburg. Companies A, C, and H acted as Provost Guard and the remainder of the regiment guarded the Reserve Artillery train.
From the monument:
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Location of the monument to the 4th New Jersey at Gettysburg
The monument is south of Gettysburg on the south side of Granite Schoolhouse Lane. It is 300 yards southwest of Baltimore Pike. (39°48’17.1″N 77°13’04.8″W)
See more about the history of the 4th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War.