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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Maryland Confederate monument at Gettysburg. (search)
Corporal Robert M. Blundon, Sergeant William H. Pope, Private George T. Hollyday, Captain John B. Brown; the Second Maryland regiment; First Maryland Cavalry; a carriage containing Captain George Thomas, the orator of the day; Mr. Ridgely Howard and friends; the Maryland Line, Society of the Army and Navy, and other organizations. Nearly one thousand persons were in line. The veterans marched to the music of Latchford's Drum Corps, composed of sons of Federal veterans, the drum-major, Aquilla Jackson, having been a Federal soldier. The flags borne in the Maryland Line were carried by Messrs. John W. Chapman and T. W. Carey—the two battle-flags of the Second regiment, one presented by the ladies of Baltimore and the other by the ladies of Frederick. The Frederick flag, borne at the head of the line, is of blue silk, with the State arms on one side, and on the other the inscription, to the Frederick Volunteers by the Friends of Southern Rights. This company was raised by Captain