Troy Grove, Illinois is best known as the birthplace of James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok. On the other end of the park where there is a Wild Bill bust and marker is a monument for the men and women of the tiny LaSalle County village who served in our military--which was dedicated in 2012.
There are dozens of names listed at the site including a couple of Hickoks--Ogden and Robert--but not Wild Bill, who served as a scout for the Union army in the Civil War. Admittedly this is more of a Veterans Day monument, but Ogden Hickok passed away in 1976.
I&M Canal NHC at 30: Wild Bill Hickok
August 2, 1876: Dead man's hand and the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok