Frank N. Fox Civil War Veterans Memorial

© Photographed June 6, 2015 and May 27, 2018
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

When the Civil War broke
out in 1861, enlisted in the
4th Reg. Wis. Col. Inf. Participated
in all the battles in which his
regiment was engaged.
Was wounded at the Battle of
Chicamauga GA, Sept. 19, 1863.
Again severly [sic] wounded at the Battle
of Resaca GA, May 14, 1864. Returned
to Milwaukee with his regiment
at the end of the war.

The memorial headstone is located just south of the eastbound  West Forest Home Avenue entrance to Forest Home Cemetery, located at 2045 Forest Home Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53215.

Forest Home Cemetery is the resting place of over 1,000 Civil War veterans, interred throughout 41 sections of the cemetery. A completed list of all the solders, including their muster-in date, their muster-out date, and the regiment they served with has been compiled and is available at the Cemetery offices. Forest Home Cemetery has more Civil War soldiers buried on its grounds than any other private cemetery in Wisconsin.

With the West Forest Home Avenue entrance visible to the right.

The memorial is located at Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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