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Dubuque County: Dubuque
GPS Coordinates: 42.524033 by -90.662000

Colonel David Henderson Burial
Col. Henderson was noted for his service in the Civil War and later for serving as Speaker of the House of Representatives. He was a Lieutenant in the Iowa 12th and was wounded at Ft. Donelson and Corinth, where his foot was amputated. Later he was appointed Colonel of the Iowa 46th at the age of 24. There are two statues of him in Fayette County - see the listing in Fayette County for more information about him. He is buried in Linwood Cemetery in Dubuque with this large stone with a Scottish Cross. At the entrance to Linwood Cemetery, take Kruse Drive - the stone is to the right of Kruse Drive just past the Day Mausoleum. Linwood Cemetery is off Windsor Avenue in the north central part of the City. The first photo was taken 6/17/17 the others on 10/27/09.

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