2. (1 soldier) Near the curb of Monument Street (close to Court Lane) on the grounds of 20 Monument Square
19 April 1775
NEAR THIS SITE
SOLDIER OF THE
THE KING'S OWN REGt OF FOOT
WOUNDED AT NORTHBRIDGE
third soldier was wounded at the bridge and died in Concord.A house belonging to Mr. John Keyes was built
over the site (Ryan, DM, "Burial site of the third British soldier", Concord
Magazine, March-April 2000 (ezine)).This site was marked by the town of Concord around 2000, largely due
to the efforts of Mr. Ryan.At the time
of the burial, the land was part of the hill forming the adjacent cemetery and
would have been within the cemetery grounds.Therefore, this site may have been confused with site #3 in the past
(see below).In the 1790's, the side of
the hill was leveled in order to place buildings there.
3. (? soldiers) Junction of Bedford road and Court Lane
Grave Yard to the Left
of St. Bernard's Church in Concord.
graveyard is to the left.
is a cross on the map in "The Lexington-Concord Battle Road" marking a grave
here at the back of St. Bernard's Church.According to historian and author D. Michael Ryan, this marked site was
likely confused with the burial site of the third soldier (site #2).