Civil War Veteran's
of Shawano County
This page is ongoing so please check back as we add the names and stories. If you have a story or a picture or email it to us and we will be happy to post it.
If you desire to have all the information we have on the soldier (not all things are posted online) mail or email me and I will gladly send you what we have found.
Or you can send me a letter
N2645 Rustic Circle
Clintonville, WI 54929
The Soldier's Cemetery Pictures G.A.R. Members, Shawano Post 81 Pension Records 1883 Civil War was Fought by Boys (Statistic's of the North) Roll of Honor 1911 Indian Alarms During the Civil War Memorial Day 2010 Our Accomplishment 150 Years Later Memorial Day 2011 Dedication Ceremony Woodlawn A letter from Abraham Lincoln Dedication Ceremony Red Springs
Researched by Cathe Ziereis, Jean Barkow, Sandy Jones & Anita Perez © 2011
Sources using the following; National Park Service; American Civil War Soldiers; 1885/1890 Census of Veteran's; Federal US Census; State Census 1885-1905; Wisconsin Volunteer's National Archives and Records; Soldiers and Citizens Album of Biographical Records; Local Newspapers and Cemetery records; Commemorative Biographical Record; Family Group Sheets; Soldiers and Citizens Album of Biographical Record, Pension Records; Obituaries; Tombstone readings; Sexton Records; Church Records; Court Records, Death Certificates and Local History.
If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in Battle; if the horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as results of wounds received in Battle; if the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.