There are 5 known memorials in Tomah, WI:
|Type of Memorial||Memorial||Photo(s)||Location||GPS||Map(s)||Date Obtained|
|Aircraft||A-7D Corsair II||V.A. Hospital grounds||N 44° 00.087'
W 90° 29.725'
|Armor||M4A3 Sherman tank||Butts Park,
Hwy 12 - N Superior Ave.
|N 43° 59.565'
W 90° 30.269'
|Armor||M60A3 tank||V.A. Hospital grounds||N 44° 00.086'
W 90° 29.628'
|Markers||GAR Marker||see below||Oak Grove Cemetery||?||n/a||?|
|Markers||Bvt. Captain Thomas McCaul grave marker||see below||Oak Grove Cemetery||?||n/a||?|
GAR Marker & Bvt. Captain Thomas McCaul Grave marker
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Grand Army of the Republic Post #42
Civil War veterans buried in this plot:
D.F. Cleveland, Co. H, 10th Wisconsin
Sgt. Norton S. Cook, Co. C, 29th Wisconsin Vol. Inf.
Jas. Culbertson, Co. G, 5th Wisconsin Vol. Inf.
Frank McQuellen, Co. A, 186th New York Vol. Inf.
Peter Gray, Co. F, 36th Wisconsin Vol. Inf.
Sam'l. McClure, Co. H, 10th Wisconsin Vol. Inf.
Fred'k. Nass, Co. I, 40th Iowa Vol. Inf.
Also in this cemetery is the grave of a very distinguished veteran whose grave is across the road from the monument:
Bvt. Captain Thomas McCaul
Co. G, 1st US Sharpshooters
Jan. 18, 1838 - Oct. 24, 1926
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