Round Top hospitals
A Union 1st Division  field hospital was temporarily located at the Round Top farm of Levi and Mary Plank  which "E. Brickert" had owned in 1858. The farmhouse is located near the local crest of the Taneytown Rd, but in 1863 "on the morning of July 3 [the hospital] was moved to the M. Fissel Farm east of Rock Creek". The stone house on the road's west side (#921 Taneytown Rd), and the farm's barn was on the opposite side of the road (#920) until it burned in 1967. In 1916, the home was the site of an accidental shooting of the local blacksmith's daughter, aged 12, who survived with the cranial bullet  and became the Round Top schoolmarm.
The John & Harriet Group house along the road now named Sachs Rd was the field hospital where "General Taylor[specify] died in the house and was buried in [the] garden, but his body was removed several days later. Mrs. Barlow frequently visited the house" (General Francis C. Barlow had been taken to the house after being wounded at Barlow Knoll and initially being treated at the Josiah Benner farm near the Harrisburg Road bridge over Rock Creek. The farm of 34 acres (14 ha) was subsequently purchased by the Group's son, Jacob, in 1891.
- G. M. Hopkins survey (Library of Congress mapviewer) (Map). M.S. & E. Converse. 1858. Retrieved 2011-11-04.
- "Care of wounded after Battle of Gettysburg". July 14, 1986. p. 7. Retrieved 2011-02-23.
- "Public Sale of Real Estate" (Google News Archives). Gettysburg Compiler. June 27, 1899. Retrieved 2011-04-26.
- "Man Who Was Boy at Time of Battle is Dead" (Google News Archives). The Star and Sentinel. October 31, 1931. Retrieved 2011-03-04. Martin 2003 claims Barlow was instead subsequently taken to the John Crawford House and then Hoke's Toll House, citing "Francis C. Barlow letter to his mother, 7 July 1863.