Iola Veterans Memorial: American Civil War Memorial

© Photographed September 24, 2016
Erected 2015 by Sheveland-Taylor American Legion Post 14
Iola, Waupaca County, Wisconsin
44.509102,-89.130586
American Civil War

First Sergeant Joseph S. Burnham
Company B ~ 38th Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Iola, Wisconsin
Killed in Action in the Siege of Petersburg,
Battle of the Crater at Petersburg, Virginia on July 30, 1864
Buried at Popular Grove National Cemetery

Thomas Ginty
Company G ~ 21st Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Iola, Wisconsin
Killed in Action in the Battle of Resaca at
Resaca, Georgia on May 14, 1864
Buried at Battlefield

Peter O. Harstad
Company 1 ~ 15th Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Iola, Wisconsin
Killed in Action in the Battle of Resaca at
Resaca, Georgia on June 8, 1864
Buried at Battlefield

Soren Jacobson
Company D ~ 47th Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Scandinavia, Wisconsin
Died at Tullahoma,
Tennessee on April 12, 1865
Buried at Battlefield

Soren Johnson
Company 1 ~ 15th Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Iola, Wisconsin
Killed in Action in the Battle of Resaca at
Resaca, Georgia on May 15, 1864
Buried at Battlefield

Thomas Torstenson
Company A ~ 8th Regiment of Wisconsin ~ Union Army
Scandinavia, Wisconsin
Killed in Action in the Battle of Cornith at
Cornith, Mississippi on October 8, 1862
Buried at Cornith National Cemetery

The memorial plaque is part of the Gold Star Memorial located at Veterans Memorial Park on northbound Main Street / Wisconsin Highway 49 / 161, north of its intersection with Water Street, at or near 190 North Main Street, Iola, Wisconsin 54945.

Stevens Point Journal (June 13, 2015): Gold Star memorial to be dedicated June 14 in Iola

See also, Iola Veterans Memorial: Died as Prisoners of War (POW), a related marker, also at this location.

The memorial is part of the larger Iola Veterans Memorial.

The plaque is at the base of the Gold Star Memorial.

The memorial is part of the larger Iola Veterans Memorial.
The memorial is located at Veterans Memorial Park
in Iola, Wisconsin.

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