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Memorial Town Hall

The Memorial Town Hall was built in 1897 to honor the town’s Civil War veterans. Located on the east side of the historic green, marble plaques mounted near the main entrance to the building list the names, rank and regimental affiliation of “Madison volunteers in the war for the Union 1861-1865.” Fallen soldiers from WWI are similarly remembered with marble plaques alongside the entrance.

An honor roll inside the building lists the names and dates of death of four residents who died in the American Revolution; forty-one who were killed in the Civil War; seven who were killed in World War I; nine in World War II; three in Korea; and three in Vietnam.Madison's Memorial-Town-Hall


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