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Molly Pitcher Grave & Statue

South Bedford and East South Streets,
Carlisle, PA 17013
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Molly Pitcher was renowned for her bravery during the Revolutionary War. She is well-known for assisting her husband at his gun station during the Battle on Monmouth. 

Discover this site with the Self-Guided Tour of Carlisle's Old Public Graveyard.

Historic Marker: A marker located on S. Hanover Street between Walnut and South Street reads: "Mary 'Ludwig' Hays McCauley, known as 'Molly Pitcher,' heroine at Battle of Monmouth, is buried in Old Graveyard just east of here. In this burial ground are graves of many distinguished citizens."

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