Verona sent 68 men into the service during the Civil War. The honor roll of those who died during the conflict are:

  John Butler, killed May 22, 1863 (Possible match)
  James Cook, died of wounds from Shiloh, Corinth, Miss.
  James Mosier, died August 27, 1864
--- (NOTE: Co A 23rd WI, Enlisted 12/31/64, Date Out 8/27/64, Died of disease) 
  Josiah Nye, died September 5, 1863

  Rodrick Park, died November 25, Helena, Ark.
  George Pierce, died June 20, 1863
  Joseph Shuman, died July 18, 1864
  Monroe Silver, died October 21, 1862
  Charles Thomas, died July 10, 1862
  David Vroman, died April 23 (24?), 1863, Pvt, Co A 23rd WI    

The following were officers from Verona:

  Robert Henry, 1st Lieut.
  William Charlton, Capt.
  Jacob Leffler, Capt.

From the publication   "Souvenir VERONA CENTENNIAL August 16-17 (1847 - 1947), Page 33-34

Wisconsin 23rd Infantry Regiment

In all, Wisconsin provided more than 91,000 soldiers to 56 regiments: 77,375 to the infantry, 8,877 to the cavalry, and 5,075 to the artillery. They fought in every major battle of the Civil War. New recruits were trained in Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, Racine, and Madison. Camp Randall, Wisconsin's major training facility in Madison, also housed Confederate prisoners of war.