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Veterans in My Tree

Today is Veteran’s Day

In the past, I have honored my veteran ancestors with a special post.

This year, I decided to identify everyone in my genealogy file who had served in the military. To do this, I used the Fact List report found in RootsMagic to create a list of all of the people in my tree who have a military fact. Those individuals with multiple military facts have multiple lines in the table. However, their name only appears on the first line.

NameDateDescription/Place
Allen, Donald F.10 Sep 1942Fort Benjamin, Harrison, Indiana
Allen, Frank Fine26 Aug 1918 
 13 Dec 1918 
Allen, Gary James1953as a mechanic in the U.S. Army
 1955 
Allen, James Judd19 Jul 1960 
Allen, Wayde W.6 Dec 1945in the U.S. Army
 29 Feb 1960 
Anderson, Andrew1776–1780Virginia, United States; as Ensign, Lieutenant Captain Virginia State Troops in Revolution
 1794Colonel of militia
Banta, Abraham Perth Amboy, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States; in Capt. Hugh Campbell’s 2nd Battalion of York County, Pennsylvania militia and was stationed
Barnes, Lloyd WilliamFeb 1918 
Barnes, Stanley S17 Jun 1945 
Barrett, Williamabt 1844 
 20 Jun 1846New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States
 9 Feb 1847Matamoras, Mexico
 bet 1861 and 1865Iowa, United States; as a member of Co. I 156h Iowa Infantry
 1864Plymouth (historical), Plymouth, Iowa, United States
 14 Oct 1864Fort Dodge, Webster, Iowa, United States
   
Beatke, Herbert L11 Jul 1975U.S. Army
 10 Jul 1978U.S. Army
Beatke, Thomas Arthur19 Jul 1944Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth, Kansas, United States
Beckerdite, John T.  
Beggs, Eugene13 Feb 1943enlisted in the U.S. Army
 2 Nov 1945was discharged from the U.S. Army
Beggs, Walter1942Ensign, Gray, Kansas, United States
Beine, Emil F.30 Mar 1918Grand Forks, Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States; U.S. Army and served in the 163rd Depot Brigade as a private 1st class
 24 Jun 1919 
Bennett, Stanley Sheldon “Rudy”18 Jul 1969 
  in Vietname as a SSGT in the  US Army
Betzer, Anthony R.14 Aug 1862in Company F Iowa 24th Infantry
 3 Sep 1862was mustered in
 14 May 1863was wounded at Champion Hills MS
 19 Sep 1864severely wounded at Winchester, VA
 15 Feb 1865transferred to V. R. C.
 28 Jun 1865Washington, D. C.; mustered out
Bingham, Warren G. US Navy
Bleecker, Chester Vincent4 Nov 1942 
 14 Dec 1945 
Bleecker, Chester W.5 Jun 1917Scott City, Scott, Kansas, United States
 30 Sep 1921APP Seaman in the US Navy
 1942Scott City, Scott, Kansas, United States
Blythe, Alfred Eugene  
Briggs, Elisha Vancebet 7 Jul 1863 and 6 Jul 1865in Co. F 72nd Indiana
Briles, Alexander1864Kansas, United States; under Captain John Douglas in Company I of the Kansas State Militia
Briles, Branson1864Kansas, United States; under Captain John Douglass in Company I of the Kansas Militia
Briles, Edward Osmond5 Jun 1917Everett Township, Woodson, Kansas, United States; with the name of Osmond Edward Briles
 1942Emporia, Lyon, Kansas, United States; registered for the draft for World War II
Briles, Franklin Thomas25 Sep 1942Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States; a a Warrant Officer
Briles, Glen5 Jun 1917Liberty (Dutro), Woodson County, Kansas
 1942Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Briles, John F.1864Kansas, United States; under Captain John Douglass in Company I of the Kansas Militia
Briles, Lorin Orville24 Aug 1943 
 28 No 1945 
Briles, NathanSep 1863Shawnee, Kansas, United States; in Company H of the 15th Kansas Calvary
 2 Oct 1863Kansas, United States; mustered into Company H, 15th Cavalry
 22 May 1865mustered out
Briles, Noah Washington13 Jun 1861Ottumwa, Wapello, Iowa, United States; enlisted in Company I, 1st Regiment, Iowa Cavalry Volunteers
  as a private in Company I, 1st Regiment, Iowa Cavalry Volunteers
 1 Jan 1864re-enlisted as a veteran volunteer in Company I of the First Iowa Cavalry
 15 Feb 1866Austin, Travis, Texas, United States; mustered out
Briles, Owen Emmit19 Apr 1919Brest, Bretagne, France
 5 Aug 1917 
 11 May 1919Manhattan, Riley, Kansas, United States
Briles, Robert Amos18 Apr 1917enlisted in the U.S. Army
 19 Mar 1919was discharged from the U.S. Army
Briles, Walter Emery30 Mar 1942California, United States; enlisted in the U.S. Army
 23 Nov 1944was released from the U.S. Army
 24 Oct 1946re-enlisted in the U.S. Army
 31 May 1958was released from the U.S. Army
Brock, James Kenneth1 Jan 1946as General CG Morton aboard AP-138
 1 Oct 1945aboard the AP-138
 31 Dec 1944aboard the AP-138
 30 Sep 1944aboard the AP-138
Brock, James Kenneth12 Feb 1964U.S. Army
 11 Feb 1966from the U.S. Army
Brock, John Robert US Navy during Vietnam
Browning, Jeremiah Maryland, United States
Buckles, Robertbet 1758 and 1759Berkeley County, Virginia
Buckles, William1778as a Lieutenant in an expedition against the Indians
 24 Apr 1778Berkeley County, Virginia; was drafted with one hundred and thirty five men
Burke, John3 Nov 1814Tennessee Militia
 13 May 1815 
Burke, Thos Henry in the 7th Battalion, Tennesse Cavalry for the Confederate States of America
Burke, William Carrol31 Dec 1862Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee, United States; suffered a severe arm injury by serving the the Confederate Army
  Tennessee, United States; as a private in the 4th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry
Bushman, August Able1940Honolulu, Hawaii; as a private in the 3rd Field Artillery U.S. Army
Bushman, Milton Wayne as a corporal in the Army during the Korean War
Cei, Peter17 Apr 1941 
  Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army during World War II
 30 Jun 1947 
Colver, Lewelyn1867 
Colver, Samuelabt 1836 
Crandall, Hampton Lillibridge1812New York, United States; in Adams’ Regiment of the New York Volunteers
Crandall, Hampton Lillibridge1 Jan 1863by enlisting in the Iowa 7th Cavalry
 31 Jan 1865Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, United States; mustered out
Crandall, Horace Stanley20 Feb 1864as a private in Co. I 1st Iowa Cavalry. He was furloughed out sick. According to his muster out information, he died of disease.
Crandall, John Nafus20 Feb 1864enlisted in Company G of the 3rd Iowa Cavalry
 9 Aug 1865Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia, United States
Crawford, Adams29 Apr 1812serving as a Corporal in Capt R Modrell’s Co., 17th U.S. Rangers
Crawford, AlexanderOct 1774 
Crawford, Andrew Joseph9 May 1812 
 9 May 1813 
Crawford, Clarence Clay  
 20 Jul 1940Golden, Jefferson, Colorado, United States; U.S. Army
 16 Jan 1946Fort Logan, Colorado, United States; the U.S. Army
Crawford, Daniel13 Sep 1862enlisted in Company A 36th Iowa Infantry
 27 Mar 1865Keokuk, Iowa, United States; discrached
Crawford, Esther Stellabet 1943 and 1945 
 1 Dec 1943U.S. Army
 23 Dec 1945from the U.S. Army
Crawford, Eugene David6 Feb 1945passed the Eddy Test and was technically qualified for Radio Technician training in the U.S. Navy
 15 Feb 1945Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States; enlisted in the United States Naval Reserves
 15 Feb 1945Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States; placed on active duty
 16 May 1945Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; was received
 20 May 1945Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States; was recalled to active duty
 21 May 1945Great Lakes, Lake, Illinois, United States; was transferred to the
 21 May 1945Great Lakes, Lake, Illinois, United States; reported for active duty
 9 Jul 1945Great Lakes, Lake, Illinois, United States; was granted recruit leave from 9 Jul 1945 to 14 July 1945
 20 Jul 1945Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States; was transferred to the Navy Training College for study of pre-radio material
 15 Aug 1945Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, United States; was transferred to the Naval Training School (EE & RM) for a course of instructions
 4 Sep 1945was discharged from class V-6 US Naval Reserve
 5 Sep 1945Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, United States; enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a seaman 1st class radio technician
 5 Sep 1945Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, United States; reported for active duty in the U.S. Navy
 23 Oct 1945Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, United States; was discharged this date for convenience of the government
 23 Oct 1945Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, United States; voluntarily enlisted in Class V6 US Naval Reserve
 4 Jan 1946Great Lakes, Lake, Illinois, United States; was transferred to the Naval Training Center
 1 May 1946Shoemaker, California; was transferred to receiving station
 20 May 1946was transferred for duty aboard the U.S.S. Oneida (APA-221)
 Jun 1946served outside the continental limits of the United States in the Pacific Ocean around Guam and Samar from 1 Jun 1946 to 16 July 1946 aboard the
 24 Jul 1946San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States; was transferred to the receiving station
 1 Aug 1946Norman, Cleveland, Oklahoma, United States; received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy as Seaman First Class V-6 USNR
Crawford, Hugh Judson15 Feb 1943Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, United States; U.S. Naval Reserves
 Mar 1943Williamsburg (city), Virginia, United States; went for six weeks of basic training
 May 1943Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States; went for six weeks of advanced training
  as a Carpenter’s Mate First Class in the Construction Battalion (Sea Bees)
 Aug 1943arrived at Attu in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska aboard the Carl S. Schurez
  was stationed on Shemya Island as part of a maintenance crew for the Naval Air Station where they built an air strip
 May 1944left Shemya Island returning to Attu and then going on to San Francisco
 Sep 1944left San Francisco and went to Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands as part of a base maintenance crew. While stationed at Dutch Harbor, the unit was split with one detail going to Cold Bay, Alaska to train Russians
  unit went to Kamchtka Peninsula in Siberia.
 30 Jul 1945California, United States; was released from active duty
Crawford, James  
Crawford, Jamesbet 1776 and 1780for 3 months under Capt. Wm Colbert and Col. Patrick Lockhart and 3 months under Capt. Alex Henley and Col. Morgan
 1778Botetourt, Botetourt, Virginia, United States
  for 3 mos. under Capt. Alex Henley and Col. Morgan
Crawford, James H.bet 1861 and 1865Co. F 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry as scout and assistant wagon master
 18 Oct 1883Leavenworth, Leavenworth, Kansas, United States; attended soldiers reunion
Crawford, James Lafayette12 May 1943enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II
 16 Jan 1946in the U.S. Navy and was discharged
Crawford, James Samuelabt 1861 in Company E 86th Regiment Indiana Volunteers during the civil war. He died of measles after being captured at Stone River Dec 31, 1862. He was last seen at West Point, Georgia, January 5, 1863.
Crawford, James Vawter served during World War
Crawford, JohnSep 1781Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
 Sep 1783Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
  Kentucky, United States
Crawford, John during Revolutionary War
 Jan 1781promotoed to first lieutenant on day after Battle fo the Cowpens
 Mar 1781Guilford, North Carolina, United States; during the Battle of the Guildford Courthouse
Crawford, John Maxwell9 Aug 1862St. Francois, Missouri Territory; enlisted as a Corporal in Company C 33rd Missouri Infantry
Crawford, Leon Russel26 Apr 1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; and was appointed wagoner 2nd class gunner 25th A.A. Battery 1st A.A. Sector
 from 31 Mar 1918 to 31 May 1918France; as a wagoner at St. Misner 2nd Battle of the Marne
 from 28 Jun 1918 to 8 Nov 1918France; as a wagoner in the outer defense of Paris
 20 Feb 1919Brest, Bretagne, France; U.S.S. Ohio
 15 Mar 1919Camp Stuart, Virginia, United States; Leon Crawford sent a telegram to his parents from Camp Stuart, VA on 15 March 1919 stating, “Arrived here all OK am well and have written.”
 28 Mar 1919Camp Funston, Kansas; received an honorable discharge from the United States Army
 1930Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; Leon Crawford was enrolled as an ex-service man of the world war having served in the 25 Ante Aircraft Battery of the Army as a wagoner.
 1942Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
 22 Apr 1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; reported to the recruiting station to enlist
 22 Apr 1917Ft. Logan, Colorado
 Jun 1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; was honored by the Methodist Sunday School for serving in the military
 Nov 1917San Francisco, California, United States
 Jan 1918had a mailing address of 14th Co., Anti-Aircraft Bat. of San Francisco, American Expeditionary Forces, via New York
 10 Apr 1919Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; returned home from military service in France
Crawford, Marion Richmond23 Apr 1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; enlisted in U. S. Army serving with Battery D of the 13th Field Artillery
 1918Camp Green, Charlotte, North Carolina; with Battery D of the 13th Field Artillery
 Aug 1918France; fought in the Battle of the Argonne Forest as a member of the 13th Field Artillery
 18 Jul 1919Brest, Bretagne, France; U.S.S. Zeelandia
 6 Aug 1919Iowa, United States
 20 Apr 1917Ft. Logan, Colorado; recruited by the Dodge City recruiting office to serve in the coastal artillery and sent to
 Jun 1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; was honored by the Methodist Sunday School for serving in the U.S. military
 Jan 1918in Bat. D, 14th F. A., at Ft. Bliss, Texas
 14 Aug 1919Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; arrived home from military service
 31 Jul 1919arrived back in the United States after serving in France during World War I
Crawford, Nelson Garfield12 Sep 1918Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
 1942Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
Crawford, Patrick1756 
Crawford, Paul Williamabt 1917 
Crawford, Percy Ernest5 Jun 1917Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States; registered for the draft claiming exemption for Christian belief
 25 Apr 1918 U.S. Army
 20 Mar 1919was discharged from the U.S. Army
Crawford, Samuel1812in the War of 1812
  in the continental line
Crawford, Stanford Riley26 Oct 1861Arkansas, United States; as a private in Company D of the 1st (Stirman’s) Battalion, Arkansas Cavalry of the Confederate Troops
Crawford, Thompson1812Louisiana, United States; a private in Capt. Callaway’s Company of Mounted Riflemen in the Louisiana Mlitia
Crawford, Washington Marion3 Aug 1861began military service as a Sergt in Co. H 2nd  Regiment New York Cavalry Volunteers
 27 Aug 1861The  2nd New York Cavalry was better known as the “Harris Light Horse”
 30 Jun 1863last paid for military service
 bet Sep 1863 and Mar 1864Belle Isle, Lancaster County, Virginia; was imprisoned
 22 Sep 1863Liberty Mills, Orange, Virginia, United States; was captured
 bet Mar 1864 and Nov 1864Andersonville Prison, Macon County, Georgia; was imprisoned
 Nov 1864Charlesteon, South Carolina; imprisoned
 7 Dec 1864Florence, Florence, South Carolina, United States; paroled
 8 Apr 1865New York, New York, United States; was mustered out as a Sergeant
 25 Feb 1870Chambersburg; was granted a ‘Certificate to Disability of Soldier’
Crawford, William as a Colonel of the Scottish Royal Guards
Crawford, William Marionabt 1861Warren, Indiana, United States; in Co. E 86th Regiment Indiana Volunteers. He died at Camp Dennison in Ohio.
Creath, Robert1812Kentucky, United States; in the 2 Regiment (Jennings) Kentucky Volunteers
Crudge, Arnet Vance24 Aug 1918Hoopeston, Vermilion, Illinois, United States
Crudge, Arthur B.29 Sep 1917 
 29 Jul 1919 
 1916Hoboken, New Jersey; as a private in headquarters company, 35th regiment engineers departing from
  departed Bordeaux aboard the Santa Elisa having served as a private in Company 869 Transportation Corps
Crudge, Marion Jene4 Mar 1943US Army
 12 Feb 1946US Army
Currey, George Byron27 Feb 1856Oregon, United States; began military service as a 2nd Lieutenant in Co. D, 2nd Regiment for 90 days on Captain William’s Muster Roll
 26 May 1856Oregon, United States
 1857Oregon, United States; during the Indian War under Captain Williams
 abt 1861Wasco, Oregon, United States; raised Company E
 12 Nov 1861Oregon, United States; enlisted in First Oregon Infantry as 1st Lieutenant
 20 Mar 1862promoted to Captain of 1st Oregon Cavalry
 22 Mar 1865promoted to Lt. Colonel of 1st Oregon Cavalry
 24 Mar 1865promoted to Colonel of regiment
 Jul 1865placed in command of the department of the Columbia, which embraced all of the troops in the states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho
 14 Jul 1865appointed commander of California sub-District of Oregon
 20 Nov 1865 
 26 Jun 1866made Commander of the Department of the Columbia
Currey, Herbert Miles1942Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho, United States; registered for the draft
Currey, Herbert Miles1 Apr 1941Weiser, Washington, Idaho, United States; as a private in the field artillery branch of the Nationial Guard
Currey, Hiram M.4 Mar 1830Illinois, United States; commissioned major of Peoria battalion
 bet 16 Jun 1831 and 26 Jun 1831Illinois, United States; a private, served in Capt. Pike’s Co. of the Rock River Rangers in the IL Vol. Mil in the Sac & Fox War. Hiram M. Currey enrolled at Fort Armstrong
 1832Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States
 bet 23 Apr 1832 and 28 Jun 1832Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States; on the muster roll of Captain Abner Eads Company of Mounted Ranging Volunteers enrolled on an Order from Commander in Chief of the Militia of the State of Illinois to Brigadier General Isaiah Stillman for the service of the United States and served as Orderly Sergt. from May 17th to the 21st of May
 23 Apr 1832Illinois, United States; as 2 Sergt in Capt. Eads’ Co. Mtd. Rangers, Stillman’s Batt’n, Ill. Mtd. Vols.
 28 Jun 1832Illinois, United States; having served as 2 Sergt. in Capt. Ead’s Co. Mtd. Rangers, Stillman’s Batt’n, Ill. Mtd. Volunteers
 6 Dec 1832Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States; sent a letter and petition to General Atkinson regarding burning of land and bridge by Winnebago Indians. The letter is signed Hiram M. Curry, major Peoria Add Battn of Ill Militia
 31 Dec 1842Illinois, United States; commissioned lieutenant colonel of 1st regiment
Currey, Hiram M.8 Oct 1864Atchison, Atchison, Kansas, United States; to Company B of the 12th Cavalry Regiment of the Kansas State Militia under Captain Samuel Hollister
 27 Oct 1864discharged
Currey, James1778 
 bet 11 Sep 1811 and 24 Nov 1811Indiana, United States
 aft 1811 
 7 Jan 1813Indiana, United States
Currey, John Russell3 Dec 1917Detroit, Michigan, United States; as a Private in the Motor Trans company
 29 Oct 1918to be appointed a commission
 30 Oct 1918as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Motor Transport company
 19 Jun 1919Washington, D. C.; an honorable discharge by direction of the President as a 1st Lieutenant
Currey, Providence Moyntz1812 
Currey, Thomas M.abt 1812 
Currey, Thomas Williamson1878Oregon, United States; as a special messenger for Gen. O. O. Howard during the Indian War
Curry, Georgebet 1812 and 1814Bladensburg
Curry, James1774Staunton, Augusta, Virginia, United States
 from 24 Jun 1777 to 23 Sep 1779as lieutenant in Eighth Virginia
 24 Jun 1777was commissioned First Lieutenant in Captain Robert Higgins’ Company, Colonel Abraham Bowman’s Eighth Virginia Regiment
 from 1779 to 1785as captain in Fourth Virginia
 23 Sep 1779commissioned Captain i Colonel John Neville’s Fourth Virginia Regiment
 12 May 1780 
 Jun 1781 
 Dec 1776Virginia; as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 8th Virginia militia
Curry, JamesMar 1776 
 27 Oct 1777 
 12 Feb 1778Ligonier, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, United States
 Jun 1778 
Curry, James Barnesbet 1861 and 1865 
 bet 1861 and 1865Missouri, United States
 29 Mar 1862Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, United States
 31 May 1863Sedalia, Pettis, Missouri, United States
Curry, James Leander26 Dec 1861Oregon, United States; in Company E of the 1st Cavalry
  along with Lt. Hobart commanded Oregon Cavalry as it cleared a road to Canyon City and thence to Ft. Boise
Curry, Johnbet 1775 and 1783Westmoreland City, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, United States
 from Mar 1776 to Dec 1776 
 May 1777 
 Feb 1778 
Curry, Robertfrom 22 Jul 1777 to 5 Sep 1777 
Curry, Thomas1779Loudoun, Virginia, United States
Curry, Williambet 1776 and 1780 
Curry, William1812 
Curry, William L.24 Apr 1861Ohio, Kentucky, United States; for a term of three months
 1 Sep 1861as a private in Company K, first Ohio Volunteer Cavalry and upon the organization of the company was appointed first sergeant
 16 Jun 1862promoted to second lieutenant
 25 Jul 1862Courtland, Alabama; captured
 Feb 1863remained a prisoner until
 3 Mar 1863first lieutenant
 4 Jan 1864Pulaski, Giles, Tennessee, United States; reenlisted
 14 Dec 1864promoted to captain
 30 Dec 1864Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States
Curry, William R.bef 1918 
 Jun 1918Limoges, France
 Mar 1919Trier, Germany
Davenport, Elmer1 Apr 1944U.S. Army
 16 Feb 1947US Army
 22 Oct 1944Prussia; was captured by Germany and held in Stalag 12A to 9B Limburg an Der Lahn Hessen-Nassaue
 1 Jun 1945was liberated from prisoner of war camp
Doolittle, George Lewis as aTec 5 US in the U.S. Army during World War II
Duggins, Henry1812 
Duggins, John F.30 Oct 1861enlisted for service in the Union army in Company C, Seventy-fifth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, under Captain Harris
 2 May 1863was taken prisoner at Chancellorsville and held for six weeks before being exchanged
 May 1864captured near Lake George, Florida
 bet 19 May 1864 and 26 Nov 1864in prison
 13 Jan 1865Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United States; discharged
Feeback, Kenneth W.2 Feb 1946aboard the YMS-125
 1 Jan 1946aboard the YMS-125
 30 Jun 1947aboard the Thomas Jefferson (APA-30)
Ferris, Thomas Vern29 Jan 1919 
Foskuhl, John Elmer1967U.S. Army
 1988 
Foster, Charles  
Foster, James Coke3 Jun 1853commissioned as captain of Company A, Fifty-ninth regiment of colored troops
 17 Oct 1861a private in Company F, Fifty-third Ohio Infantry
 1 Jan 1862promoted to second lieutenant
 Sep 1862transferred to Company I
 18 Jun 1864commissioned as major
 31 Jan 1866discharged
   
Foster, John13 Jul 1776Maryland, United States; under Capt. Peter Mantz
Foster, John1812Ross, Ohio, United States
Foster, Mary3 Aug 1861Mary Crawford’s husband, Washington Marion Crawford, enlisted as a Sergeant in Company H of the 2nd Regiment of the New York Cavlary, also known as “Harris LIght Horse”
 22 Sep 1863Mary Crawford’s husband, Washington Marion Crawford was captured at Liberty Milles in Orange County, Virginia. He was held prisoner at Belle Isle and Andersonville before being released in December of 1864.
Foster, Samuel Douglasbet 1861 and 1865as a major
Foster, William F.29 Sep 1864Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States; discharged from the military having served as a private in Company K of the 135th Indiana Infantry
 24 May 1864 
Foster, Woodford17 Aug 1950 
 23 Jul 1952 
Foster, Woodford L.11 Apr 1918U.S. Army
 16 Jun 1919U.S. Army
Gaskill, Claud E.1917Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
Gilmore, Josephbet 1861 and 1862in Company I of the 27th Indiana volunteers. He died from wounds received at Gettysburg.
Green, Gerald Roybet 1941 and 1944in the 751st tank battery in North Africa and Italy for three years during World War II
 abt 1948 
 abt 1951Korea
 bet 1952 and 1973as a CW3 in the US Army during World War II, Korea and Vietnam
 2 Mar 1943U.S. Army
 23 Oct 1945U.S. Army
 21 Oct 1950U.S. Army
 22 Nov 1951U.S. Army
Green, Jesse Albert4 Nov 1941enlisted in the U.S. Army
 29 Sep 1945was discharged from the U.S. Army
Green, Kenneth Maurice1 Aug 1946in the U.S. Army
 27 Aug 1947 
Green, Roy Vinton5 Jun 1917Coffey, Kansas, United States; registered for the draft
 1919as a Private 1st Class in Company C 353rd Infantry
Guin, Norman1846 
 19 Jun 1846 
Guthrie, James1778–1781 
Guthrie, James1778in Capt. William Harrod’s company, with Gen. George Rogers Clarke, in his campaign in the West against the British
 1781was discharged from service
Guthrie, Samuel Wilsonbet 1861 and 1865 
Guthrie, William Andersonabt 1917Indiana, United States; as vice prsident of food production and later as vice-president of the deep waterway commission
Guthrie, Wilyam Brownabt 1812 
Gutridge, Jesse1812Urbana Township, Champaign, Ohio, United States
Hadley, Samuel B15 Jun 1919Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States; aboard the Peerless arriving
 3 Jun 1919St. Nazaire, France
Hammond, Clyde NelsonMay 1898Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
 6 Sep 1918Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States
Hammond, Elijah9 May 1775Connecticut, United States
 17 Dec 1775 
 1776Connecticut, United States
 21 Aug 1776 
Hammond, George M.15 Jul 1861enlisted in the 5th Infantry Iowa Regiment
 30 Jul 1864Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States; mustered out
Hammond, Jason1779 
Hammond, Jehiel P.1861–1865Company B 72nd Illinois Infantry
Hammond, Nathanielbet 1776 and 1783Bolton, Tolland, Connecticut, United States
Hammond, Richmond Fisk25 May 1861Galesburg, Knox, Illinois, United States; enlisted as a private in Company E 17 Ills  Vols
 21 Aug 1861Missouri, United States; honorably discharged
 1 Mar 1862reenlistedin the 1st Illinois Cavalry Volunteers
 14 Jul 1862St. Louis (city), Missouri, United States; discharged from the 1st Illinois Cavalry Volunteers
 26 Jul 1862Galesburg, Knox, Illinois, United States; enlisted as a private in Company H of the 102nd Infantry
 29 Sep 1862enlisted as a private in Company D of the 14 Illinois Calvary
 3 Aug 1864captured near Atlanta, Georgia.
  Georgia, United States; was held prisoner
  Charleston, South Carolina; held as a prisoner
  Florence, South Carolina; held prisoner
 May 1865Benton, Missouri; stationed as part of a detachment of paroled prisioners
 1 Mar 1863was appointed Sergeant in company D 14 Illinois Cavalry
 12 May 1865Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States; was mustered out by telegram
 2 Sep 1862Knoxville, Knox, Illinois, United States; deserted
Hammond, Theodore1812Ohio, United States; in Capt. Rice’s Company, Col. Darrow’s Regiment of Ohio Militia
Harding, Abel Guilford9 Feb 1865Wisconsin, United States; enlisted in Company K of the 49th Infantry
 8 Nov 1865St. Louis (city), Missouri, United States
Harris, Daniel Virginia, United States; as a private under Capt. James Kearny and Cols. Thomas Hartly, Hubley during the revolutionary war for
Heintzelman, Hellen Marie31 Jul 1943U.S. Navy
 28 Sep 1945US Navy
Heintzelman, Roderick11 May 1943U.S. Army
 24 Feb 1947U.S. Army
 31 Oct 1945Corps of Military Police
Herold, Thomas Edward Germany
Hodge, Wm. W.bet 1861 and 1865in the 128th regiment Indiana Volunteers
Holman, Chester David10 Feb 1941U.S. Navy
 17 Dec 1945the U.S. Navy
 2 Sep 1950U.S. Navy
 11 Sep 1953U.S. Navy
Horton, Russell C.12 Oct 9145 
 bet 1942 and 1945served as a Master Sergeant in the 3600th Support Squadron of the U.S. Air Force
 13 Oct 1942 
 Nov 1942Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas, United States; at the air service base
Horton, Russell Clifton1941–1945in the U.S. Army as a Master Sergeant.
 27 Aug 1942 
 3 Oct 1945 
Hunt, Robert G.10 Dec 1861enlisting in Company E 35th Regiment Indiana Volunteers
 19 Jun 1862was discharged because of an injured knee
 15 Aug 1863enlisted in Co. B 7th Regimental Calvary
 18 Feb 1864was honorably discharged
Hutchinson, Albert30 Sep 1862Iowa, United States; Albert Hutchinson enlisted as a private in Company D of the 1st Regiment of the Iowa Cavalry Volunteers command by Captain Jinks.
 1 Jan 1864Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, United States; reenlisted
 14 Mar 1864Sumner Township, Buchanan County Iowa; was mustered in as a private in Iowa First Calvary Company D
 15 Feb 1866Austin, Travis, Texas, United States; discharged from the military
 31 Dec 1863Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, United States; was mustered out of Company D 1st Regiment of the Iowa Cavalry
 Jun 1864had 3rd installment bounty due withheld for being absent without leave from June 18, 1864 to June 30th, 1864
Hutchinson, Charles Kenneth10 Sep 1946serving as a CPL in the US Army during WWII and Korea
 24 Nov 1947 
 1 Oct 1950 
Hutchinson, David Wells  
Hutchinson, John WilliamJun 1917Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, United States
 4 Feb 1919 
Hutchinson, Ray Gillis5 Jun 1917Saint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, United States
Johnson, Ronald Dean15 Nov 1960 
 21 Oct 1966 
Jordan, Charles Robert1950 
Jordan, James Clark22 Jun 1944U.S. Navy
 4 Jun 1946US Navy
Kelly, Marion CJan 1953served in Korea as a sabre jet flier as a Captain in the Air Force
Kennedy, Barnesabt 1832Michigan, United States
Kress, Edwin Loren17 Dec 1940U.S. Army
 7 Sep 1945 
Kuithe, RobertJan 1952San Diego, San Diego, California, United States; appeared on the U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls as a recruit
 Apr 1952appeared on the montly auditing personnel roster as an E2 in the U.S. Marine Corps
 Jan 1954appeared on the monthly auditing personnel report as an E3 in the U.S. Marine Corps
Lighter, Aaron seaman first class U.S. Naval Reserve
Lighter, Chester Ellis23 Dec 1940Kansas, United States; in the National Guard
 bet 1941 and 1945 
Lighter, Fredrick Ellis as a seargeant in the US Army during World War I
 22 May 1917Army
 1 Jul 1919 
Lighter, John Ralston9 Dec 1918Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, United States; as a Corporal in Company D of the 3rd Engineer Batallion during WWI
Loman, Sammie Pat9 Sep 1954in the U.S. Army
 6 Sep 1957was discharged from the U.S. Army
Lonie, Richard J was wounded while serving as a PFC in the US Marine Corps
 5 Jun 1941 
 13 Sep 1945 
 Jan 1944was mustered as a private first class in the U.S. Marine Corps
Maden, Lawrence Elwin  
Marts, Lewis Irvinfrom Dec 1944 to Jan 1964as a Lt. Col in the U.S. Air Force during WWII, Korea and Vietnam
Maxwell, Bazeleel1775in Captain Shelby’s Company in expedition against the Indians
 1774in the Fincastle County Virginia Militia as a member of Capt. Doak’s Company
McCahon, Richard W12 Mar 1953U.S. Army
 11 Mar 1955U.S. Army
McNeil, Edgar Francis24 Mar 1943US Army
 21 Feb 1946US Army
Mentzer, Austin Maxwellton1945Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas, United States
Mentzer, Bruce as a chaplain in the United States Navy and inthe U.S. Navy Reserve and retired after 20 years of service
Mentzer, Charles Lewisabt 1863in the 3rd Massachusetts Cavalry Co D
Mentzer, Clarence Albert12 Sep 1918Iola, Allen, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, Delos Paulbet 1942 and 1965 
Mentzer, Donald Dumond1945 
 1946 
 bet 1948 and 1950 
Mentzer, Earnest Everett12 Sep 1918Woodson, Kansas, United States
 1942Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, Ernest Talmadgebet 1941 and 1945in the 443rd Airborne Division in Europe during World War II
 1945 
Mentzer, George25 Sep 1861Massachussetts, United States; enlisted in Company C Twenty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry
 25 Sep 1864George Mentzer’s term of service ended
 6 Jun 1890applied for a pension based on service in 24th  Massachusetts Infantry
Mentzer, George Edwardbet 1942 and 1945 
 10 Mar 1942 
 10 Mar 1942in the US Army
 23 Dec 1945 
Mentzer, Henry Arnold12 Sep 1918Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, Herbert Wells12 Sep 1918Neosho Falls, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, Ivan Emery5 Apr 1946 
 22 May 1944 
Mentzer, Japhet1864Kansas, United States; under Captain John Douglass in Company I of the Kansas Militia
Mentzer, Leslie George12 Sep 1918Neosho Falls, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, Loren Willis22 Mar 1943 
 2 Dec 1945 
Mentzer, Lovell Jennings6 Jun 1944 
 bet Jul 1944 and Apr 1945 
Mentzer, Merrill Burdette1945Los Angeles, California, United States; enlisted in the US Army Air Corp serving as a Tech Sgt
 21 Jul 1942as a warrant officer
Mentzer, Paul Emory5 Jun 1917Woodson, Kansas, United States; registered for the draft
 abt Sep 1918wounded when a 9 inch shell burst near him while serving in Co. E 139th Infantry A.E.F. He had shrapnel wounds in his chest and and on his left leg just above his knee. He also was burned by the powder from the shell and gassed.
 13 Jan 1919Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York, United States; sent a Niagara Falls postcard to his sister, Mrs. E. O. Briles, stating that he was on his way to Funston
 1942Springfield, Baca, Colorado, United States; registered for the draft
 1930Saline, Kansas, United States;  registered as a veteran of WWI
 25 Apr 1918New York, New York, United States; departed aboard the Caronia as part of the 139th Infantry
Mentzer, Philip Embry12 Sep 1918Woodson, Kansas, United States
Mentzer, RufusJun 1863listed as subject to mulitary duty
Mentzer, Willard Keith1945as Technician, Fourth Grade in the Army Aviation Engineers in the South Pacific
Merrill, James Abel9 Feb 191820th Engineers serving as a corporal
 12 Jul 1919 
Merry, Ebenezer19 Apr 1775Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, British Colonial America; marched in the Lexington alarm from
Merry, Whiting29 Jun 1812Lewiston, Niagara, New York, United States; as a private under Capt. Robert McKay company of Col. Daniel Davis
 10 Jul 1812was no longer paid for military service
Miller, Alen Cope1861enlisted in the confederate army
 abt 1863was taken prisoner
Minnick, Barbara Ellen9 Sep 1916Iowa, United States; filed for a widow’s pension after the death of her husband, Oliver Frink
Minnick, John W.Aug 1861John W. Minnick served as a private in Company A 42nd Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He was killed at the battle of Stone River.
Minnick, Wilson J.18 May 1864enlisted in Company H,  Illinois 134th Infantry
 25 Oct 1864Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States; mustered out of the military
Muzzall, Thomas G5 Jun 1917Crown Point, Lake, Indiana, United States
Myers, Jay Max12 Apr 1919as a private in Company C 137th Infantry and sailed aboard the U.S.S. Manchuria from Brest, France
Nidey, Reason5 Sep 1861Indiana, United States; enlisted in Company E of the 8th  Indiana Infantry
 26 Oct 1861Middletown, Indiana; listed as ‘deserted’ from Company E, 8th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Noll, Carl15 Jun 1942US Navy
 7 Oct 1945 
Odell, _____bet 1776 and 1781 
O’Rourke, Mary1917as 1st Lieutenant in the Army Nursing Corps
 17 Dec 1918Louisiana, United States; where she had been serving as an army nurse for the past three months
 8 Oct 1918Leavenworth, Kansas, United States; left for Red Cross nursing at Camp Beauregard
Oswald, Robert M.5 Jun 1943the U.S. Army
 10 Oct 1945 
Palmer, Elmer L1919St. Nazaire, France; as a private first class in Company D of the 362nd Infantry
Palmer, Glen Elvin11 Jun 1942–14 Dec 1945in the U.S. Navy
 2 Nov 1943U.S. Navy sailing from Brisbane, Australia to Palm Island, Australia aboard the U.S.S. San Pablo
Palmer, Samuel B.1 Sep 1862 
 1 Sep 1862 
Pate, Ralph E.23 May 1918Los Angeles, California, United States
 1942Beaumont, Riverside, California, United States
Peabody, Francis1759commanded a company in the French and Indian War participating in the attack on Ticonderoga
Peabody, William1676Capt. Joseph Gardner’s company from Salem during King Phillip’s war
Peake, Cleo Byron19443206 Quartermaster’s Service Corps
 1944as a private first class in the 3206th Quartermaster Survey Company
 28 Apr 1944was listed as missing in action
  was awarded the Purple Heart Medal
 3 Feb 1943U.S. Army
Peters, Charles Edward19 Oct 1940 
 29 Mar 1946 
Post, William Wycoff  
Poteet, William Lyman21 Apr 1945US Army
 30 Oct 1946US Army
Presnell, Marvin Gerald15 Sep 1942U.S. Army
 29 Oct 1945US Army
Quickle, Charles Milton3 Jul 1943Fort Benjamin, Harrison, Indiana
Ralston, Harold Grant11 Dec 1918 
Ralston, James McCormick1862in Company I of the 102nd Regiment of the Illinois Infantry
Ralston, John Nelson9 Aug 1862Oneida, Knox, Illinois, United States; as a private in Company I of the 102nd Regiment Illinois Infantry
Reed, Francis Marionfrom 23 Sep 1864 to 15 Aug 1865 
 15 Aug 1865Victoria, Victoria, Texas, United States
Reed, John C.from 11 Sep 1863 to 23 Jul 1864in Company K, 7th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry
Reynolds, Mary A.8 Jun 1928California, United States; applied for military pension based on husband, Richmond F. Hammond
Richardson, Howard Calvin1944 
Rickett, Calvin Kiowa21 May 1943Camp Dodge, Polk, Iowa, United States; U.S. Army
 14 Jun 1948 
Ricketts, Andrew Duncanbet 1861 and 1865veteran of the Union Army
Ricketts, Anthony A.Mar 1778Montgomery, Maryland, United States
Ricketts, BenjaminMar 1778Montgomery, Maryland, United States
Ricketts, Charles Desmond12 Sep 1918Vernon, Woodson, Kansas, United States
Ricketts, Edward (Edmund)bet 1775 and 1783Bedford, Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States
 bet 1776 and 1779 
 1781Pennsylvania, United States
Ricketts, Edward C.1779 
Ricketts, JacobAug 1864in Company D, 57th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry
 5 Jul 1865New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States; discharged
Ricketts, James MarshallNov 1863Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States; was reported absent sick and in hospital
 bet Dec 1864 and 19 Sep 1865in Company K 7th Indiana Cavalry
 19 Sep 1865Hempstead, Waller, Texas, United States; discharged from the military
 18 Aug 1863Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States; as a private in Co. K 7 Regiment of the Indiana Cavalry Volunteers
 17 Sep 1863mustered into Company K 7th Regiment Indiana Volunteers Cavalry
Ricketts, John19 Aug 1782Kentucky, United States
Ricketts, Nathanabt 1777 
Ricketts, Robertabt 1777 
 1782 
Ricketts, Thomas1779 
 1779 
Ricketts, Thomasbet 1776 and 1778Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
 Mar 1778Montgomery, Maryland, United States
Ricketts, William1665 
Roberts, John Wesley7 Sep 1862Lawrenceburg; mustered into Co. E 83 Regt. Indiana Volunteers
Rose, Daniel DeVinneyabt 1861–1865Michigan, United States; in the Michigan infantry
Roser, Albert Benjamin in both the Korean War and Vietnam War
 1975retired from U.S. Army as a staff sergeant
Ruark, Harrisonbet 1861 and 1865in the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry 45th Regiment
Ruggles, Thomas1864Kansas, United States; under Captain John Douglass in Company I of the Kansas Militia
Scofield, Todd Ashley1987in the U.S. Army
Sellers, Clay C.  
Sellers, John Crawford1812 
 abt 1813 
 19 Nov 1813 
Sellers, John L.4 Sep 1862in Company L of the 45th Regiment of the 3rd Indiana Cavalry
Sellers, Joseph Brownabt 1861in Company I of the 27th Indiana Volunteers
 2 May 1864was wounded in right leg in Battle of Chancellorsville
 15 May 1864was in battle at Resaca (New Hope Church) where he lost his left leg
Sellers, Nathan A.1780as a private in Capt. William Kirk’s Company from Chester County Pennsylvania during the revolution
Sellers, Nathan Finleybet 1861 and 1865in civil war
Sheets, Austin1861Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, United States; as a member of the Frontier Guards
Sherman, Arthur F. as aSecond Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps
Sherman, Arthur Judson1918 
 1921 
 1919Norfolk, Norfolk (city), Virginia, United States; as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st Marine Aviation Force
Sherman, Frederick Marion12 Sep 1918Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, United States
  CM1 US Naval Reserves during World War II
 6 Jan 1942Seattle, King, Washington, United States
 3 Aug 1945Seattle, King, Washington, United States
Sherman, Robert F. as Seaman second class in the U.S. Navy
Simkins, Frank Vern1918Hoboken, New Jersey
Simkins, James Bailey9 Aug 1862serving in Company H, 102nd Illinois Infantry
 6 Jun 1865Washington, D. C.; mustered out of the military
Smalling, Cleobet 14 Apr 1944 and 13 Dec 1945U.S. Navy
 Oct 1944was promoted to sergeant 1st class
Smart, John23 Dec 1941as a lieutenant commander in the Coast Guard
 15 Aug 1945 
Smart, Marion Dean12 Mar 1945 
 17 Oct 1945 
 28 Jan 1941Indiana, United States
Smart, William Glen12 Sep 1918Morocco, Newton, Indiana, United States
 1942Morocco, Newton, Indiana, United States
Smith, George W1862enlisted in Company K Thirty-Third indiana Volunteers
Smith, Orval Chauncey8 May 1944serving in the US Army
 8 Nov 1945was discharged from the U.S. Army
Southwick, Earnest as a private in Company C of the 22nd Engineers
Southwick, George1902Waverly, Bremer, Iowa, United States
Sparks, Dorwin David22 Mar 1946Ft. Logan, Colorado
Spragg, Edward Vernon21 Jul 1918serving in the 58th Co. 164th Depot Brigade
 2 Dec 1918 
Spragg, Fred13 Aug 1862in Company C, Iowa 27th Infantry Regiment
Spragg, William Harold1 Feb 1943 
 12 Jun 1944 
Stoner, Nelson Crawford12 May 1864Fidelity, Jersey, Illinois, United States; Company H of the 133rd Illinois Infantry serving as a corporal
 31 May 1864Butler, Montgomery, Illinois, United States; mustered in
 24 Sep 1864Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States; mustered out
Stoops, Charles Irvin2 Jan 1942 
 4 Mar 1946 
Stotler, Bruce Edwin12 May 1945enlisted in the U.S. Army
 27 Oct 1946was discharged from the U.S. Army
Strahan, Samuel Parker20 Apr 1861Winchester, Randolph, Indiana, United States; enlisted and later recruited the fifty-fourth Indiana Infantry
 8 Dec 1863was wounded and discharged from the military
 Aug 1864re-enlisted
Thompson, Daniel GSep 1862Company K, Forty-Second Indiana Regiment and was elected Captain
 Dec 1863was discharged by reason of ill-health
Thompson, Francis Marion13 Aug 1862enlisted in Company D 29th Iowa Volunteer Infantry
 10 Aug 1865discharged
  in Company D 29th Iowa Infantry
Thompson, James Allen13 Aug 1862as a private in Company D of teh 29th Regiment Iowa Infantry
Thompson, John E.22 Apr 1864in the 29th Iowa Infantry
Thompson, John L.13 Aug 1862in Company D 29th Iowa Infantry
Thompson, Waddy1832as a Brigadier General in the South Carolina Militia
Tolle, Carl Wendell14 Aug 1943 
 25 Dec 1945 
Tuthill, Charles Burke1965United States Air Force
Ulven, Allan Hary7 Apr 1942U.S. Army
 9 Dec 1945U.S. Army
Van Valkenberg, Honore Eliza13 Apr 1911applied for Albert Hutchinson’s military pension
Vawter, Beverly1812as a Sargent in Capt. Elisha Golay’s Company during War of 1812
Vawter, Philemonabt 1777 
Walters, Claude Arnold PFC 91st Infantry 10th U.S. Army
Walters, Joseph Louis1917North Kansas City, Clay, Missouri, United States
 6 Sep 1918enlisted in the US Army
 4 Jan 1919was discharged from the U.S. Army
Walters, Louis Elwyn16 Sep 1944in the U.S. Army
 13 Apr 1946from the U.S. Army
Weide, Ralph Lee7 Aug 1945U.S. Navy
 30 Mar 1946 
Wells, Clayton Arber  
Wells, Fern C.9 Jul 1942U.S. Army
 1 Feb 1946U.S. Army
Wells, Gerald Arthur22 Jul 1949in the U.S. Air Force
 19 Dec 1952 
Wells, Jesse Hall1917 
 25 Apr 1918New York, New York, United States; aboard the Baltic as a private in the 137th Infantry from
Wells, Nathaniel6 May 1775New London, Hartford County, Connecticut
 10 Dec 1775 
 1787Suffolk, New York, United States
 abt 1783New York, United States
Wells, William O.Aug 1862Calhoun, Michigan, United States; enlisted in company A of the 25th Michigan Infantry
 1865 
Weymer, Jack I1 Dec 1945as a pilot in the Pacific theater
Whittredge, Ed as a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps during Vietnam
Williams, Freddie Lloyd as a CPL in the US Army during WWII
Williams, George Wesley28 Sep 1942 
 Feb 1946 
Wilson, John Wesley1861enlisted in the northern army during the Civil War
 1864was honorably discharged
Wilson, Parker Cummings in Company E 30th Iowa Infantry
Worley, Jack Arthur4 May 1944 
 9 Nov 1945 
Wuthrich, Donald John7 Jul 1941Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States; as a warrant officer in the US Army
Yoho, Charles Desmond20 Aug 1953 
 Jul 1955 
Young, Barzillaabt 1861in the civil war
Young, James Howard Thomas1955–1956in the U.S. Army
Young, Richard Corwine Ricketts10 Aug 1861Iowa, United States; in Company 8 of the Iowa Infantry
Young, Thomas Kent2 Nov 1861enlisted as a private in Company I, Iowa 13th Infantry Regiment
 1 Nov 1864mustered out of Company I, Iowa 13th Infantry Regiment

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