Westerly Granite in

Babcock-Smith House Museum
124 Granite Street
Westerly, RI   02891

Gettysburg National Military Park

2nd Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment

2nd Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment
Gettysburg National Military Park

Contractor: William Van Amringe for the Smith Granite Company
Material: Blue Westerly granite; bronze
Cost: $1500
Date Ordered: October 9, 1889
Date Shipped: August 16, 1890
Date Dedicated:
Height: 9 feet 3 inches
Base:5 feet x 5 feet
Approximate weight:
Features: Moment draped with flag topped by Mltese cross
Statue Cutter:
Carver: James Broggini, Dennis Moore.
Letter Cutter:
Polisher: Tim McCarty.
Stonecutter: James Brogguri, John Mallon, John Carney, Rufus Pierce, John Gavitt, Martin Sweeney, James Pine, . William Norman, Frank Smith.
Location: Ayres Avenue
Map location: Monument @ F11
About the unit:

Smith Granite Company Book 6 Order 104
Nixon, page 242.


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