This monument is in the cemetery in Macon Township.
Macon Cemetery is located on Mills-Macon Road, just north of Clinton-Macon Road.
This monument was dedicated May 30, 1892 at 2:30 on Decoration Day (Memorial Day).
Monument is made of granite.
This information is taken from: Gravestone Records of Lenawee County, Michigan
Inscription on the West Side reads:
Emmet Morgan 11 Mich. Inf. Died at Chattanooga Tenn. 1865 ae 21 ys.
Revilo Sage 3 Mich. Cav. Died at New Orleans LA. 1865 ae 26 ys.
Rufus Sage 11 Mich Inf. Died at Chattanooga Tenn. 1865 ae 22 ys.
Lyman Lewis 3 Mich Cav. Died at Browns Sta. Ark. 1865 ae 25 ys.
Edward Lewis 4 Mich Inf. Killed at Gettysburg PA 1863 ae 20 ys.
South Side inscription read:
Ichabod Burleson 6 Mich Inf. Died at New Orleans La. 1862 ae 23 ys.
Israel Pennington 30 Mich Inf. Died at Detroit Mich. 1865 ae 17 ys.
John A. Pennington Pvt. 310 Med Det A. E. F. Died 1918 France
(Note: It is obvious that John A. Pennington was probably not a Civil War Veteran,
North Side inscriptions read:
Neafie Hunt 4 Mich Cav Died Murfreesboro Tenn 1863 ae 44 ys.
Ransom Hendershot 3 Mich Cav Died at Duvalls Bluff Ark. 1864 ae 23 ys.
Liniaes Burdett 3 Mich Cav Died at Jackson Tenn 1862 ae 10 ys.
Four of these men do not appear to be buried at Macon: