Buker Civil War

In Clark County, Wisconsin........

 

The brave were

Buried Among Us

Updated DECEMBER 2015

Sources: History: Soldier Burials--Loyal, History: Soldier Burials--Mayville, History: Soldier Burials--Mentor, History: Soldier Burials--Sherman, History: Soldier Burials--Thorp Village (1928); Clark County G.A.R. records: #1 Clark Co., WI GAR, #2 Clark Co., WI GAR, #3 Clark Co., WI GAR,

VGR: L. A. Allen, of Neillsville, had charge of the veteran's graves registration when that work was a project, and followed up the work himself, after the government called off the project before its completion, as has been done with many another good projects. Among many others, Mr. Allen searched vigilantly for data on Capt. Joseph H. Finley, of the war of 1812.  News: Humbird - Locals (29 Jan. 1938)

 

 


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