Pierce County Civil War Memorial

© Photographed July 13, 2015
Dedicated 1989 by Bob and Evelyn Young, Ellsworth Class
of 1939, Pierce County Posts, Chapters and Auxiliaries
Ellsworth, Pierce County, Wisconsin

1861   CIVIL WAR   1866
[click on photos below to read the names on the monument]

The memorial is located in front of the Pierce County Courthouse, located on westbound West Main Street / U.S. Route 10, east of its intersection with North Oak Street, at or near 414 West Main Street, Ellsworth, WI 54011.

See also, Pierce County Courthouse, also at this location. 

The Civil War Memorial is the first tablet on the left.

 Top half . . .

Bottom half . . .

The memorial is located at the Pierce County Courthouse.

Civil War Colonel Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth (April 11, 1837 – May 24, 1861),
was a law clerk and United States Army soldier, best known as the first conspicuous
casualty of the American Civil War. He was killed in the process of removing a
Confederate flag from the roof of a Virginia hotel.
Wikipedia: Elmer E. Ellsworth

Elmer E. Ellsworth (1861)
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The memorial is located in Ellsworth, Wisconsin.

New welcome sign June 2018.

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