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View of Chattanooga, Tenn. from State Park on Lookout Mountain

Picture by Allan Wessel

This page is dedicated to the memory of those who served in the Civil War from Clark County, Wisconsin. After the war, veterans from many other counties and states came to Clark County. If you are looking for your Civil War Ancestor, look in our Index. We have over 500 names listed from the various census' and from the messages that have been posted on the Records Board. If we missed anyone, please email Allan Wessel and I will add them to the index. The information is provided free of charge for non-profit uses and may not be reposted on any other sites or copied without permission.

The Book Civil War Soldiers in the Heart of Clark Co., Wisconsin is a tribute to the civil war veterans from the heart of Clark County. The booklet is available by mail from Janet Schwarze.

Index of Veterans Who Lived in Clark County.

This index includes all of the Civil War Veterans that are listed in various messages as well as those in the various 1885, 1890 and 1895 Census. If I have missed anyone please email me the information you have and I will update the index to include that person. If anyone has biographies, obituaries, etc. of any of the Veterans I would like to include them. Records Email to Allan Wesseland I will post them and add links to the index.

Links to Civil War Burial Indexes
Civil War Veterans Index A through D
Civil War Veterans Index E through H
Civil War Veterans Index I through L
Civil War Veterans Index M through Q
Civil War Veterans Index R through T
Civil War Veterans Index U through Z
Thorp Civil War Soldiers by Harold Zander
Civil War Commemoration - Thorp, Wis. (2006)

John Eaton GAR Post, 1907

Picture Eaton GAR Post, 1907

(Courtesy of the Greenwood, WI Public Library)


From left, top row: William Oelig, Unit Unknown; Pascal Wallis, 47th Inf Reg, Co K; unknown Soldier; John Scovel, 49th Inf Reg, Co D; John Foust, 44th Inf Reg; John McCarty, 14th Inf Reg; Tom Vine, 14th Inf Reg, Co I..
Lower row: John Booth, 27th Inf Reg, Co G; Jess Crane, Unit Unknown; Paul Rossman 9th Inf Reg, Co A; Charles Richelieu, Unit Unknown; Charles Cummings, 30th Inf Reg, Co C.

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On-line GAR History


Civil War Burials A through B

Civil War Burials C

Civil War Burials D through F

Civil War Burials G through L

Civil War Burials M through R

Civil War Burials S

Civil War Burials T through Z

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Biographical Memoirs of our Civil War Soldiers

Andrus, James F.

Co E, 4th WI Cav

Personal Information

Ayers, Gustavus R.

CW Record


Babb, Moses


1885 Civil War Census Records

Baker, Josiah

Musician (Drummer), 37th Infantry, Company C,


Buker, Friedrich Herman Konrad

27th Wisc Inf Reg, Co C

Buker Diary;

Civil War Memories start on Page 7 of the diary.

Camden, Arkansas Expedition of the Red River Campaign.

1885 Civil War Census Records

Chase, Horace

1st Wisc Cav, Co A


1885 Civil War Census Records

Decker, Henry

27th Wisc Inf Reg, Co C

Enlistment-Decker, Henry

Pension Application- Decker, Henry

2nd Pension Affidavit - Decker, Henry

3rd Pension Affidavit - Decker Henry

1885 Civil War Census Records


Hartman Obituary

Hayett, F. S.

F. S. Hayett Obituary

Hill, George

4th Wisc Inf Reg, Co I


Hummel, Rudolph S.

Note: Also a R. S. Hommel, 10th Wisc Inf Reg, Co G. listed in 1885 Census, Eaton Township. Maybe the same person.

16th Wisc Inf Reg, Co G & 5th Wisc Inf Reg, Co G


Laflesh, Thomas Jefferson

2nd Wisc Cav, Co B




Lansworth, John J

15th Wisc Inf Reg, Co C


1885 Civil War Census Records

Perkins, Daniel Chapman

35th Wisc Inf Reg, Co B

Perkins Memorial Picture

Sheldon, C. H.

8th Wisc Inf Reg, Co A


1890 Hixon Townships Census

Sternitzky, William August

14th Wisc Inf Reg, Co. I.


Varney, Hiram W.

19th Maine Vol Inv, Co A


Wilms, Boyce A.


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News Clips

Pictures of CW Tribute Preparations

Clark County Press Article on CW Tribute Transcribed by Delores Mohr Kenyon

Greenwood Cemetery CW Veterans Remembered

Iron Brigade Interview - 1887

History of 11th Wisc Regiment

Photo Album of the July 4th Event Photos Courtesy of: Carol Mitte, Crystal Wendt, June (Braun) & Jack Whittwer, Ken Wood

Video of the July 4th Thorp Event from WEAU-TV, Eau Claire, WI

Thorp Courier Coverage of the July 4th Civil War Commemoration

Thorp Area Resident CW Soldiers Dedication, July 4, 2006

Program for Markham Dedication, 2006

Markham Dedication, Greenwood, Wi 2006

Neillsville Cemetery Civil War Monument Dedicated.

14th Wisconsin Inf, Co I, Clark Co. Enlistees

18th Wisconsin Inf History & Notes

History of Clark County Regiments 1918 Article

1899 Reunion of the Wisconsin 12th Infantry; contributed by Lani Bartlet.

1903 Civil War Veterans Reunion Article from Neillsville Newspaper. Transcribed by Ken Wood


Markham Stone Dedication - June 14, 2006

Loyal Township Civil War Survivors (1895)

If you can identify any of the men in this photo, please email Allan Wessel the information. I would like to put names to the faces. The photo is from the Loyal Tribune's Loyal Centennial 1870-1970.

Reference Section

Civil War Battle Site Pictures

This is an excellent site with over 4,000 pictures of various Civil War Battle Fields. Civil War Album is well designed and easy to use. It will take you on tours of many Civil War Sites that the author has visited.



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