If you have ever gone to the Gettysburg battlefield, or seen photos from the battlefield--even historic photos from the past 100 years or so--you cannot miss the monuments to the men from both the Federal and the Confederate armies who fought there. While most of the monuments on the field are for particular states, or regiments, there are also monuments to individuals who fought there--and at least one individual who is honored but was not there at the battle. But more on that later. While it is altogether fitting that regiments and the states they fought for should be represented with monuments both large and small, grandiose and dimple, it is something else for a particular individual to be monumented. There are, of course, the heavy-hitters: Lee, Meade, Longstreet, Hancock, and other not quite as well-known in pop culture officers like Sedgewick and Geary. But what about those men such as Sgt. Amos Humiston of the 154th NY, Major Joshua G.Palmer of the 66th Ohio, or Father William Corby of the 88th NY? They and other men who fought at the battle have their own individual markers, and a visitor to the battlefield may not even be aware of it. I'd like to start a thread about some of these individuals and their monuments, as well as their achievements on the battlefield and maybe info about their regiment. It's a monumental task, however (yes, the pun was intended), and I'd love help. Maybe you can add info and a photo of your favorite individual who is honored with a monument on the Gettysburg battlefield (or the National Cemetery, or the town), or perhaps one you feel doesn't get the notice it should. And in the meantime, I'll add mine!