for Sauk County, Wisconsin
Greenwood Cemetery - Graves of Veterans
Source: Reedsburg Times (Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wis.) 3 May 1907; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Lasting Markers Indicate the Graves of Soldier Dead – 1812, Seminole, Mexican, Civil and 1898 Soldiers
L. Ackermann – Co. F, 1 Wis. Cav.
Peter Brady – Co. A, 19th Wis.
Jas. Castle – Co. A, 19th Wis.
Aaron Chamberlain – Co. B, 146 N.Y.
Amos Cottington – Co. F, 51st Wis.
L. Curtis – Cpl., Co. B, 36th Wis.
J. W. Dickens – Co. B, 12th Wis.
H. B. Dorneck – 156 Ohio
A. P. Ellinwood – Capt. Co. A, 19th Wis.
Peter Emser – Co. A, 19th Wis.
John Fessey – Co. B, 12th Wis.
Joseph Fisher – Co. H, 23rd Wis.
Jas. Fordham – Co. E, 50th Wis.
Henry Fritscher – Co. A, 9th Ill. Cav.
H. Fuller – Co. F, 1 Wis. Cav.
C. Holeman – Co. D, 13th Wis.
W. W. Holeton – Co. A, 19th Wis.
G. M. Jones – 6th & 23rd Wis.
Chas. Keith – Quartermaster Sgt. 49th Wis.
W. H. Kipp – Co. K, 26th Wis.
Philo Lane – Co. B, 12th Wis.
R. Langley – Chap., 3rd Wis. Cav.
A. M. Lee – 1st Lt. Co. E, 31 Mass.
A. Loomis – 43rd Wis.
Henry Marksmann – 1st Wis. Cav.
George Mead – Co. A, 19th Wis.
Peter Geo. Meyer – Co. F, 49th Wis.
Wm. Miles – 1st Lt., 12th Wis. Art.
G. G. Morgan – 1st Heavy Artillery
J. L. Palmer
N. Parker – Co. F, 3rd Wis. Cav.
S. Richards – Co. B, 12th Wis.
W. H. Root – Co. E, 7th Wis.
S. M. Rudd – Co. B, 36th Wis.
A. G. Schuhkart – Co. L, 3rd Wis. Cav.
Henry Sigrist – 6th Wis. Battery
J. M. Sparkes – Co. A, 19th Wis.
C. H. Stone – Co. A, 19th Wis.
J. A. Stone – Capt. 157th N.Y.
Jas. Street – Co. E, 46th Wis.
R. M. Strong – Col. 19th Wis.
W. H. H. Swetland – Co. B, 44th Ill.
H. A. Tator – Capt. Co. A, 19th Wis.
A. Thayer – Co. A, 29th Wis.
H. H. Treadwell
R. A. Wheeler – Co. F, 3rd Wis. Cav.
W. W. Winchester – Co. K, 12th Wis.
M. Winnie – Co. A, 19th Wis.
War of 1812 Veterans
William Pace – Lake Erie Fleet
Jas. Priest (also a veteran of the Mexican War)
J. C. Young (father of W. H. Young of Reedsburg)
Seminole War Veterans
Geo. F. Lawson – 1st U.S. Art. 2nd Seminole War, 1835; father of Elizabeth, Lydia and George J. Lawson
W. H. Harms – Cpl., Co. L, 4th Inf., died in the Philippines
Copyright © Genealogy Trails