1861 - 1865
(South face): To commemorate the services of the 15th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Colonel William H. Penrose, U.S.A., engaged two hours on this line of battle on the Federal side.
May 3rd, 1863.
41 killed, 109 wounded, 4 missing.
(East face): The survivors of the 15th New Jersey Regiment honor the memory of their comrades. Who bore themselves bravely in this contest, and bear witness to the valor of the men who opposed them on this field.
(North face): Dedicated to national unity and perpetual peace.
(West face): Erected by the State of New Jersey, under authority of an act of the legislature of 1908, introduced by Senator Joseph S. Frelinghuyser.
Commissioners appointed by Governeor John Franklin Fort. Honorable John F.Dryder, Chairman; Sergeant William H. Cawley; General Joseph W. Plume; Private Albert W. Whitehead; John S. Gibson. Private Henry H. Hoffman.
Sergeant William N. H. Wyckoff, Treas.
Private Stephen W. Gordon, Sec,y.
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