A monument to Confederate soldiers will be taken out of a publicly owned cemetery. The Madison City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to remove the monument from Forest Hill Cemetery. The stone monument known as a cenotaph contained the names of 140 soldiers buried in the northern-most cemetery for Confederate forces. The soldiers died as prisoners of war at the Camp Randall military base. Before the vote, alderpersons debated three different options: Keeping the monument with an explanation plaque, remove half of the plaque and keeping the part with the names or remove the plaque entirely.