Turner Hall Civil War Memorial

© Photographed October 26, 2014
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43° 2.63′ N, 87° 54.953′ W
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Turner Hall Civil War Memorial (written in German)
This mural contains the names of Turners who died while in service
during the Civil War, along with the places and dates of their deaths.
Many died "in hospital." For those killed in battle, the name of the
battleground is listed -- Chicamauga, Spottslyvania, the Wilderness, etc.
(Historical information provided by John Thielmann
of West Side Soldiers Aid Society, Inc.)

The marker is located at the top of the first floor landing inside Turner Hall, located on northbound North 4th Street, north of its intersection with West State Street / U.S. Highway 18, at 1034 North 4th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203.

Turner Hall & The Milwaukee Turners

History of the Milwaukee Turners

Turner Hall is a Milwaukee Designated Site and a National Historic Landmark; the property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Milwaukee.

Turner Hall was the site of the dedication celebration of the Wisconsin Soldiers' Home 1864-1867 historical marker. The dedication was held Sunday, October 26, 2014. The marker was erected by the West Side Soldiers Aid Society, Inc.

The left side of the memorial.

The right side of the memorial.

The names and places of death of all the Turner soldiers.

Historian John Thielmann, who provided the historical content for this post,
in his Civil War regalia at the October 26, 2014, dedication of the historical marker

The memorial is located inside historic Turner Hall.

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