In 1863-64, when the Maryland Line was at Hanover Junction, she collected a library of good, instructive books for the use of the command, and encouraged the men to build, under her directions, a chapel, which was used alike by catholic and protestant, without regard to sect. Lt. Samuel McCullough, Co.D 2nd MD Inf

Pvt. Arthur McKevitt

Co.A 2nd Maryland Infantry

Original “Oath of Allegiance” of Pvt. McKevitt of Co. A 2nd MD Inf. He saw early war service in Co.F 1st MD Inf Regt. He was an immigrant from Ireland.