Col. Hans C. Heg

© Photographed May 19, 2013 and May 27, 2018
Rededicated 1976, by Temple Lodge 96
Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin
42.805751, -88.171932
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AGED 33 YRS. 9 MO.
15th WIS. VOL.
WOUNDED SEPT. 19, 1863
DIED SEPT. 20, 1863

He has gone to the last long march,
To the Land where nevermore
Shall the bugle sound reveille
Or the dreadful canon roar,
He who dies for country, dies not,
But liveth, evermore.

Dedicated by Temple Lodge 96 in Bicentennial 1976

The statue is located at Heg Memorial Park at the intersection of Heg Park Road and South Loomis Road, across the street from the Norway Town Clerk, 6419 Heg Park Road, Town of Norway, Wisconsin 53185.

Wisconsin Historical Society: Col. Hans C. Heg

Wikipedia: Hans Christian Heg 

Wikipedia: Battle of Chickamauga

See also, Hans Christian Heg Statue, also at this location.

The marker is at the base of a statue of Col. Heg.

Portrait of Hans Christian Heg
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Battle of Chickmanuga
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The marker and statue (visible to the left)
are located in the Town of Norway, Wisconsin.

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