Revolutionary War Veteran (Pvt. Nathan Hatch)

© Photographed November 4, 2014
Presented by Hatch Descendents and Local Citizens
Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin
43° 4.982′ N, 88° 8.733′ W
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Buried here is PVT. NATHAN HATCH, patriot who fought four tours of duty in the Continental Army 1776-1781 Born 16 Nov. 1757 at Attleboro, MA, he first enlisted July 1776 in Capt. Isaac Hodges Co. as Pvt. He was discharged Nov. 1780. He moved to Wisconsin in 1843 and settled lands in Brookfield with two of his sons, Nathan Jr. who served in the War of 1812 and Edmund. Two of Edmund's sons have civil war markers here. Alanson and Nathan H. Hatch. Pvt. Hatch died 10 Nov. 1847 and here rests in peace. 
NOTE: This is a two-sided marker; see also Oak Hill Cemetery Brookfield Veterans Memorial.

The marker is located at historic Brookfield Oak Hill Cemetery on northbound North Brookfield Road, north of its intersection with West Beverly Hills Drive, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53045.

Two great-great-great grandsons of Revolutionary War veteran Nathan Hatch came to Brookfield for a ceremony . . .

Wisconsin Revolutionary War Patriots (click on "Patriot Book" for alphabetical listing and short biography of all 41 Wisconsin Revolutionary War veterans).

These markers are also at this location:

The flag at the top of the hill marks the burial site of Pvt. Nathan Hatch.

The marker is at the entrance to the cemetery.

 Side two of the marker; see also, Oak Hill Cemetery Brookfield Veterans Memorial.

 Headstone at the gravesite of Nathan Hatch.

Gravesites of Alanson and Nathan H. Hatch (grandsons of Nathan Hatch),
both of whom served in the Civil War.

 See also, Nathan Hatch Trail, also at this location

The marker is located at historic Brookfield Oak Hill Cemetery.

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