Pvt John Johnson

 © Photographed July 20, 2015
Erected by Janesville Patriotic Society*
Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin
42.692027,-89.03126
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JOHNSON
Pvt John
28 August 1893
Fredericksburg VA
Co D 2nd Wis Inf 
Citation: Conspicuous gallantry in battle in which he was severely wounded. While serving as cannoneer he manned the positions of fallen gunners.
The memorial is located Veterans Plaza at the north end of Traxler Park, and is accessible from Traxler Park Road, north of its intersection with Hyatt Street, Janesville, Wisconsin 53545.

*NOTE: Member organizations of Janesville Patriotic Society include American Legion Post No. 205, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1621, and Gold Star Mothers.

Janesville group to present plans for veterans memorial at Traxler Park (January 22, 2011)



John Johnson (March 25, 1842-April 3, 1907) served in the Union Army
during the American Civil War. He was awarded the Medal of Honor
for his actions during the Battle of Antietam and the Battle of Fredericksburg.
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Pvt John Johnson's memorial is third on the left.


 The memorial is part of Veterans Plaza / Medal of Honor Veterans Walkway.

The memorial is located at Traxler Park in Janesville, Wisconsin.

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