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18th Connecticut Infantry Regiment

The monument to the 18th Connecticut Infantry Regiment is in Winchester National Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia. (39° 11.024′ N, 78° 9.433′ W; see map) It was erected by the State of Connecticut.

 

The Cemetery entrance is on the south side of National Avenue (Business Virginia Route 7) two blocks west of Pleasant Valley Road. The monument is in the southwest section of the cemetery.

 

From the front of the monument:


18th. Conn.
Vol. Regt.

 

From the left Side:

Winchester
New Market
Piedmont

 

From the right Side:


Kernstown
Cedar Creek
Berryville

 

From the rear:


Lynchburg
Nicker's Ford
Winchester

 
 

See more about the 18th Connecticut Infantry Regiment during the Civil War


front of the monument to the 18th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment in Winchester National Cemetery
(above) front of the monument to the 18th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment in Winchester National Cemeter. (below) Rear and side views of the monument.

Rear view of the monument to the 18th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment in Winchester National Cemeter.

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