Molly Pitcher's Story:
Molly Pitcher was a patriot who carried pitchers of water to solders thereby earning her nickname Molly Pitcher. Molly also helped out with cannon duty in the American Revolution's Battle Of Monmouth. After her husband collapsed during the battle, she took over the operation of his cannon. Molly was honored in 1822 for her bravery.
Real Name- Mary Ludwing.
Born- October 13, 1754
Died- January 22, 1832 in Carlisle PA
Battles/Wars- Americian Revolutionary War & Battle of Monmouth
Battle Of Monmouth
Molly pitcher is featured here holding a flag during a battle she was fighting.
The old statue of Molly Pitcher at the old graveyard on east south street in carlisle.
Molly Pitcher at the Battle of Monmouth