The 69th March from Taneytown, Md to Gettysburg  
                  1863 - 2017
  In late June 1863 the 69th Pa with the 2nd Corps rushed  North
 pursuing Lee's army. On the night of June 30th the  lads made camp
 in Uniontown, Md.  The next morning they marched to Taneytown,
 Md to await orders. There  they rested at the Swope farm until
 about noon. Orders  from General Hancock then came to march to
 Gettysburg. The 69th  then made the 14 mile march to a farm along
 Taneytown Road where they slept and would be placed into battle line.
 This year to commemorate the 154th anniversary of the
 Taneytown to Gettysburg march of the 69th Pa, 19 young lads
 reproduced the march of 14 miles ending at the 69th monument.
Gettysburg 2017
     Lined up at Gettysburg before the march
       The grave of G.W. Sandoe
               Start of the March
 Rest Stop at Mt Joy Church
   Mount Joy Church Graveyard
     Our amazing auto team
      More than half way there
Marchers assembled at the Meade Headquarter Barn
Taking position at the stone wall
              1863   OR   2017  ?
   At the 69th monument; the stone wall and the "copse of trees"