The Joan of Arc Chapel
In Wisconsin, United States
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Originally named "The Chapelle de St. Martin de Saysuel", and built in the 1500's, it was located in the little french village of Chasse, twelve miles south of Lyon. The chapel was first moved to the United States in 1926 after it was bought by Gertrude Hill Gavin, daughter of James J. Hill, the American railroad magnate, and moved to Long Island New York. In 1962 the Gavin estate it was on passed in to the possesion of Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Rojtman. Shortly before they were to move on to the premises, a fire gutted everything except for the chapel. Finally, in 1964, the chapel was donated to Marquette University, dismanteled, and moved to it's present location.
There is a head stone near the front (East) doorway. On it is a saying about hero's. In order to log this as a find, tell me where the tomb of a hero is located by finishing the sentence written on it. Use the "Message this owner" link provided under the cache name at the top of this page.
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Last Updated: on 2/22/2017 11:18:07 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:18 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum