War of 1812 Memorial

War of 1812 Memorial (HMII9)

Location: Gibraltar, MI 48173 Wayne County
Country: United States of America

N 42° 5.075', W 83° 12.44'

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[First Tablet, Lower Tablet Facing East]:

War of 1812 Memorial
Dedicated on Aug. 5, 2006

Original monument was dedicated
In 1908 at W. Jefferson Ave.
Near Gibraltar Road by
Dr. Hal C. Wyman

Moved in 1958-1959 to
Parsons School in Gibraltar by
Gibraltar Rotary Club

Moved and restored at this
Site in 2005-2006 by
Brownstown Historical Society


[Second Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing East on East Cannon]:

This tablet
Erected by
Wayne County Medical Society
to Commemorate
Surgeons Roby and Allison
Officers in Van Horn's Command
Killed at Brownstown Aug. 5, 1812
Committee, Hal C. Wyman, M.D.
E.L. Shurley, M.D.
Fleminc Carrow, M.D.


[Third Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing North on East Cannon]:

Treaty of Brownstown
November 7, 1807
Pottawattomie Ottawa
Wyandotte
and Chippewa Indians
Ceded Lands to U.S.


[Forth Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing West on East Cannon]:

1812
Tecumseh the Savage
At Brownstown was made a
Brigadier General by
The British.


[Fifth Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing East on West Cannon]:

In Memory of
The Heroes who fell at
Battle of Monguagon
August 8, 1812


[Sixth Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing North on West Cannon]:

In Honored Memory of
Gen. Hull
Who commanded
American forces at
Detroit in War of 1812


[Seventh Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing West on West Cannon]:

This Ground
Stained with the blood of
American Heroes, and these
Momentoes are donated to
Wallace Post, G.A.R., #95,
by
Hal C. Wyman, Carrie S. Lamb,
Mary H. Hall, Frances Strong,
Charles E. Townsend M.C.,
Fred Hall, Carl Friese,
George Frier, Ernest Hall,
Eliza Quick, Luther Wood,
Britton Wyman


[Eighth Tablet, Lower Tablet Facing West]:

These Plaques duplicate the
Originals dedicated Aug. 8, 1908

Donated byHarold Thomas Wyman
In memory of
John Hal Carpenter Wyman Sr.
and Isabel Wyman Burger
Children of Britton Wyman
and Jennie L. Hutchins Wyman


[Ninth Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing South on West Cannon]:

1812 - 1814
This war ended
Scalpbuying
In North America


[Tenth Tablet, Upper Tablet Facing South on East Cannon]:

Battle of Brownstown
August 5, 1812

Details
HM NumberHMII9
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Year Placed2006
Placed ByBrownstown Historical Society
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 at 4:42am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17T E 317431 N 4661525
Decimal Degrees42.08458333, -83.20733333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 42° 5.075', W 83° 12.44'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds42° 5' 4.50" N, 83° 12' 26.40" W
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Area Code(s)734
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 30789-30799 S Gibraltar Rd, Gibraltar MI 48173, US
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