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We are deeply grateful for the generosity of our sponsors. Without their help, this project would not have come to fruition


Unknown Soldier
Tree #1: Triumph Elm
 
This tree is a symbolic dedication to all service members whose remains have not been identified.
HERE RESTS IN HONORED GLORY AN AMERICAN SOLDIER KNOWN BUT TO …


The Sycamore Grove will be entirely funded by private donations. Your efforts will make it possible to tell our American story.

Contributions to the Sycamore Grove are tax-deductible to the extent …


Below is a list of the fallen soldiers from Sycamore, IL.  If you know of anyone absent from this list, please contact us.

Civil War:
Leonard L. Clawson
Andrew J. Green
Thomas …


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Sycamore Veterans  Grove
The Sycamore Grove links the past to the present. It preserves the memory of those who served and recognizes the sacrifice of those who died, fought, or were affected by …


To learn more about Sycamore Veterans Grove, please contact Mayor Curt Lang.

I would be happy to meet with you and tell you why this project is so important to me and so many of the other veterans …


Sycamore has a proud history of citizens serving the United States of America. Creating the “Sycamore Grove, a Tribute to Veterans” is an opportunity to honor the many veterans that have represented …