We are fortunate in the sense that the unit we represent is pretty well documented with records, research, images, and original items that exist. Without getting too… Read more “2ND MARYLAND INFANTRY ENLISTED UNIFORMS”
The 2nd Maryland Infantry was mustered into service in September of 1862. Initially, the unit was designated as the 1st Maryland Infantry Battalion.The 1st Battalion was formed around… Read more “HISTORY OF 2ND MARYLAND INFANTRY”
Below is the obituary of Company D 2nd Maryland’s Lieutenant Thomas McCullough. The clipping is from Staunton Spectator and Vindicator, Volume 74, Number 16, 22 April 1897.
Maryland Buttons: I have been asked several times about the Marylanders buttons and if they had a maker making them in the South during war. It is… Read more “MARYLAND BUTTONS”
Kepi Badges: Maryland historians tend to disagree on when and what was worn by the men of 2nd Maryland Infantry. As always, I try as much as… Read more “KEPI STATE SEAL BADGE”
Here is one of several references that I’ll be posting that talks about the “Maryland Quick Step” that was utilized by both 1st and 2nd Maryland. Our… Read more “MARYLAND STEP QUICK TIME”
Received these wonderful letters from family our Company adopted for Christmas 2016! I scanned in the card, letters, and drawing from our adopted Gettysburg family. Thank you… Read more “THANK YOU CARD FROM OUR CHRISTMAS ADOPTED FAMILY”
I’ve been busy uploading files of original Maryland newspapers from 1861-1865 to our webpage. Take a few minutes to check them out. Keep checking back as I’ll… Read more “Newspapers”