The 2nd Maryland uniform is from Lefferts. It is based on issues
much earlier than those worn at Camden.
For all of the Maryland Line (and probably the Delawares), the
uniform was probably overalls, linen waistcoast, shirts (a little variety
here is likely), blue coat with red facing, and military tricorn. This is
based on the uniform issue they received in Mar/April 1780, just before
heading south. It was supplemented due to shortage of wagons, but issuing
more shirts at Petersburg.
They were armed with French muskets and probably had the French
I am not certain that they had garters or stocks. these do not
appear in any post Camden inventories . The buttons on these men were USA
buttons. The Delaware variants were gold tape on the hats where the
Marylanders wore white tape. The Delaware [enlisted men] may have had DR pewter buttons
based on battlefield finds. The officers had yellow metal DR buttons. The
Maryland officers were supposed to have the number of their regiment and the
letter M on their buttons.