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Aaron, John Q. 1896 - 1970
Veteran of World War I

Agnew, John 1832 – 1922
Veteran of the Civil War
2nd and 56th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Allen, Asahel 1742 – 1825
Veteran of the Revolutionary War, Teamster

Allen Harvey 1789 – 1868
Veteran of the War of 1812, United States Army

Allen Jacob 1739 – 1777
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;
killed at Saratoga, during the Capture of Burgoyne

Allen, Phineas
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Allen, Pratt 1767 – 1857
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Anderson, Raymond O. 1921/22 - 1950
Veteran of the Korean War

Anderson, Robert Wilson 1830 - 1907
Veteran of the Civil War

Anthony, James Dowling 1840 – 1883
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company F, 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Archer, Bezaleel 1771 - 1831
Veteran of the War of 1812;
126th New York Volunteers Regiment

Archer, Holland Guy 1888 – 1981
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Arnold, Joseph Warren 1832 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
enlisted as a volunteer, served three years

Arthurs, John Frank, Jr. 1906 -
Major in United States Army

Avery, Andrew Meech 1884 - 1969
Veteran of World War I,
served two years in France as a Second Lieutenant

Avery, Thomas 1746 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Baird, William Earle 1843 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Baldwin, Perry
United States Air Force

Ball, Charles M. 1845 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company G, 15th Regiment, M. V. M.;
was shot through the head while on picket duty

Ball, Simeon E. 1853 - 1862
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company G, 15th Regiment, M. V. M.;
Battle of Bull Run

Banks, Joshua 1762 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Barnett, Joseph 1754 - 1838
Served Under General Potter during the Revolutionary War
1st Company, 4th Bn., Northumberland County, PA

Barrett, Joseph John 1908 - 1967
United States Army

Baxter, Franklin
Veteran of the War of 1812; United States Navy

Beach, Rice 1762 - 1818
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Beatty, John Marshall "Turk" 1937 -
United States Navy

Beatty, William C. 1838 - 1923
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
139th Pennsylvania Infantry

Beaty, William Henry 1841 - 1917
Veteran of the Civil War;
Served at Fortress Monroe, Virginia

Beckerdite, Pleasant F. 1832 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Confederacy
died at Elmira, New York Prison of War Camp

Bennett, Louis Albert 1894 -
Veteran of World War I

Bloom, Harold Francis 1896 - 1932
Veteran of World War I, United States Army
26th Company, 166th Depot Brigade
Company C, 12th Infantry

Bloom, Robert Leo 1920 -
Veteran of World War II, United States Navy
Station in and about Australia

Borden, James Cole
Veteran of the Civil War; Confederate Army; Captain

Borden, Peter 1762 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Bosworth, Peleg 1754 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Botnen, Henry Milton 1914 - 2003
Veteran of World War I, ACMM United States Navy

Bowley, Frederick L. "Skip" 1930 - 1972
Veteran of World War II

Bowley, George Leason 1895 - 1971
Veteran of World War I

Bowley, George Leason "Bud", Jr. 1926 - 1969
Veteran of World War II

Bowley, Joseph W. 1844 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company I, 148th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

Bowley, Paul M. 1928 - 1999
United States Army

Bowley, Ronald R., Sr. 1934 – 2011
Veteran of Korean War; United States Navy

Bray, Andrew J. 1843 – 1893
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company B, 4th Cavalry Regiment Iowa

Brayton, Borden 1760 – 1849
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
“on guard at the capture of General Prescott”

Brenton, Bernard D. 1912 - 1982
Veteran of World War II

Briggs, Arthur Clinton 1927 – 1986
Veteran of World War II and the Korean War
United States Army

Briggs, Elias 1798 - 1856
Veteran of the Black Hawk War
of the Odd Battalion of the Brigade of Mounted Rangers

Briggs, Thomas 1650 - 1720
Veteran of the Indian War;
member of Captain Peleg Sanford's Horse Troop

Brosius, Stewart R. 1918 - 1990
Veteran of World War II and the Korean War
United States Army Air Corps,
Served with the 309th Airdrome Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group,
in the Pacific Theater; He attained the Rank of Corporal.

Brown, Arthur E. 1921 – 1961
Veteran of World War II;
Battle of Normandy; Technician Fourth Class

Brown, James
United States Army

Brown, Nathaniel Bowman 1737 - 1806
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brown, Reverend Solomon 1757 - 1815
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brown, Brigadier-General Theron 1793 - 1859
Veteran of War of 1812; New York State Militia

Brownell, George 1711 - 1800
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Gideon 1746 - 1818
Veteran of the Revolutionary War,

Brownell, Jonathan 1719 - 1776
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Joseph 1744 - 1824
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Nathaniel 1751 - 1825
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Pardon 1745 - 1799
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Pearce 1715 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Stephen 1762 - 1858
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Brownell, Sylvester (Deacon ) 1757 - 1840
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Lieutenant in the Militia

Brownell, Thomas 1720 - 1808
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Captain

Brunner, John Harvey 1827 - 1905
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company B, 211th Regiment, a Private

Bullard, James Herbert 1842 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Bullard, William Augustus 1844 -
Veteran of the Civil War
Company F, 53rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers
Battles of Beasland on the Bayou Tech; Vicksburg; Port Hudson
he often assisted in carrying wounded from the field and caring for them

Burden, Charles Donald 1923 – 2006
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
Staff Sargent

Burden, John G. Sherman 1895 – 1973
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

Burdick, Alfred Demetrius 1832 - 1918
Veteran of Civil War;
Prisoner at Andersonville prison

Burdick, Alphonso Delos 1828 - 1907
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company K., 13th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers; Second Lieutenant.

Burdick, Charles Henry 1842 - 1904
Veteran of the Civil War;
Private in Company K, 13th Infantry, Wisconsin Volunteers,

Burdick, Elias 1732 - 1780
Apr 1761, Rhode Island, he was appointed Ensign in Col. John Whiting's
Reg. of 666 men raised in Rhode Island. for the Provincial Army that under
Gen. Moncton co-operatingwith Earl Rodney and Admiral Pocock's English Military
and Naval campaign against the Spanish in the West Indies.
The capture of Havana, Aug. 13, 1762, was the most brilliant achievement of the expedition.

Burdick, Elias 1755 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;
Private in Capt. Allen's Co. of Col. Christopher Smith's Regiment of Rhode Island troops,

Burfield, John Edward “Jack”
United States Army Air Force

Burgess, George
Died on a ship during the Revolutionary War

Burgess, Joseph
A mariner, impressed into the English navy, wounded in the Battle of the Nile,
 and after a long absence returned to Hk., where he was with some difficulty recognized.

Burgess, Thomas (Lieutenant) 1714 - 1792
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Burrough, Jehu
United States Navy

Butler, Guy Harold 1894 - 1918
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

Butler, James 1754 - 1813
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Calvary regiment from Connecticut

Butler, James Steele 1889 - 1950
Veteran of World War I

Cagley, Hugh E., Jr 1930 – 2002
United States Army

Cagley, John
United States Air Force

Capron, Joseph
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Carlson, David Lee
Veteran of Vietnam; United States Navy

Carlson, Captain Eric Frederick 1911 - 1972
Veteran of World War II;
United States Army Transport in the Alaskan Waters

Carlson, Frank Waldemar 1892 - 1962
Veteran of World War I,

Carlson, Theodore Conrad 1902 - 1946
Veteran of World War II, United States Marines
Washington Tec 4 3486 Ord Main Company

Carpenter, Joseph 1751 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Carr, Clinton Clair
Veteran of World War II

Carr, Robert, Jr.
United States Air Force

Caywood, Alfred Roland 1919 -
United States Navy

Chamberlain, Jacob
United States Army

Champlin, Henry
Veteran of the Civil War
died at Andersonville Prison

Champlin, Russell C. 1833 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
10th Regiment Company F and 5th Regiment

Chase, Eugene K. 1841 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War;
died from wound received in battle

Chesebro, Benjamin Pendleton, Jr. 1820 - 1881
Civil War Veteran

Clarke, Kenneth Robert 1926 -
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

Clover, Lieutenant George W. 1891 -
33rd United States Infantry
served in Corozal, Panama, South America

Cochran, Aaron
Veteran of World War I; United States Navy

Cochran, Clinton Floyd 1901 - 1934
Veteran of World War I,

Cochran, Earnest Montague 1872 - 1951
Veteran of World War I; Quartermaster Corp

Cochran, George Basil 1898 -
Veteran of World War I; “Rainbow Division”

Cochran, James 1831 -
Veteran of Civil War, Prisoner of War

Cole, Steve 1962 -
United States Air Force

Colton, Samuel Horton 1857 - 1913
United States Navy

Cook, Lieutenant F. A.
United States Navy

Cooke, Francis 1583 - 1665
Volunteered in Captain Prince's company for service in the Pequot War;
and military company of Plymouth

Cooke, Joel 1763 – 1796
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;

Cooke, Thomas
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Cooke, William III – 1782
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Cornet in Camptain Thomas’ Troop of Light Horse
was killed at Cedar Bridge December 27th 1782

Cooke, William II 1735 – 1814
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Cooper, Robert Moore 1923 - 1944
Veteran of World War II; died in France

Cory, Isaac 1746 - 1832
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Captain

Crandall, James Rogers 1832 - 1911
Civil War Veteran; Brevet Lieutenant New York Dragoons

Cyone, Arthur R. 1922 – 2003
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Cyone, Francis Donald 1924 - 2003
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
served in France and Germany

Cyone, Joseph A. 1917 - 1997
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
Military Police

Davis, Sylvester 1840 - 1932
Veteran of the Civil War; Company B. 13th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers
Second battle of Fredericksburg and in the operations on the Rapidan
Reenlisted, Company L, 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry,
with which he served under Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley

Day, Theodore Eugene 1930 - 1997
United States Marine Corps, Stationed In China

Deist, Kenneth William 1923 – 2007
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Diffenbaugh, Daniel Doner 1840 - 1919
Veteran of the Civil War; United States Army

Diffenbaugh, Dr. Willis Gleason 1908 - 1999
Veteran of World War II; Colonel in the Medical Corps,
Chief Surgeon at Verdun during The Battle Of The Bulge

Downer, Joshua 1735 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;
Surgeon in the 8thRegiment, Connecticut Militia at Fort Griswold

Duperis, Richard Ernest 1949 - 1985
United States Navy

Earl, Albert S. 1844 - 1869
Veteran of the Civil War; Company E. 6th Regiment Vermont Volunteers;
Navy as a fireman on the General Pillow on the Mississippi River;
Enlisted in Company G, 7th Vermont Volunteers .

Earl, Alfred S. 1844 - 1862
Veteran of the Civil War
Company G, 7th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers

Earl, Bryon C. 1834 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company F, 147thRegiment New York Volunteers

Earl, Samuel R. 1828 -
Veteran of the Civil War; died at Andersonville

Earl, Seth Clark 1809 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Colonel of Volunteers;
killed at the Battle of Jackson, Mississippi

Earl, William
Navy; died on board a Man-of-War

Earle, Alpheus 1785 -1849
Veteran of the Revolutionary War and was one of the Boston Tea Party

Earle, Amasa 1784 - 1813
Veteran of War of 1812-15; United States Army
was killed in an engagement with Indians, Chateauguay Woods, New York

Earle, Bryon C. 1838 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company F, 147th Regiment, New York Volunteers

Earle, Caleb 1752 -
Veteran of the Revolution War; United States Army
Battle of Bunker Hill

Earle, Charles Warrington 1845 - 1893
Veteran of the Civil War; 15th Illinois Volunteer Infantry;
with General Frémont in the Missouri campaign;
Was discharged in the fall of 1861 because of a disability;
1862, re-enlisted in the 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry;
Was a Prisoner of War from September 22, 1863 to February 9, 1864;
Escaped from Libby Prison
Brevetted Captain of the United States Volunteers for Gallantry and meritorious services in the
Battle of Chickamauga, Resaca, and Atlanta, Georgia, Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee.

Earle, Clark 1753 - 1814
Clark was one of Capt. Phinehas Moore's Company of Minute-Men
who marched from Paxton to Cambridge on the alarm of the 19th of April 1775.

Earle, Clifford 1813 - 1834
United Stated Navy
he died off Gibraltar

Earle, David 1748 - 1841
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; United States Army

Earle, David M. 1838 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
15th Regiment, Company F, Massachusetts Volunteers.
Battle of Ball's Bluff October 21, 1861;
Wounded in that of Antietam, September 17 1862;
was in Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862 and May 3, 1863,
Gettysburg, July 2 and 3, 1863.
Promoted to Sergeant July 24, 1862; to 1st Sergeant September 20, 1862;
2nd Lieutenant January 8, 1863; to 1st Lieutenant April 17, 1863;
Captain of Company A, September 9, 1863.
He was discharged at the expiration of service as Captain of Company F, July 28, 1864

Earle, Edward 1889 - 1945
Veteran of World War I ; United States Marine Corps,
Second Lieutenant after attending the First Officers' Training School at Quantico, Virginia.
U.S.S. Wyoming of the Sixth Battle Squadron of the British Grand Fleet on which he served as a batter officer.
Took part in the surrender of the German High Seas Fleet and the internment at Scapa Flow.
Resigning as a regular acting First Lieutenant in 1919 after further service in Cuba

Earle, Ethan 1798 - 1881
Veteran of the Civil War; Captain of Company F, 79th U.S. Colored Infantry,
He raised the first colored Kansas regiment.

Earle, Frederick 1759 - 1847
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Private in the company commanded by his father at the Battle of Bennington

Earle, George 1735 - 1806
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Commanded Company of Militia at the Battle of Bennington, Vermont

Earle, George Southgate 1845 - 1911
Veteran of the Civil War; Bugler in Company C, 8th Regiment Cavalry, Michigan Volunteers,
He performed active duty until severely wounded and was confined to the invalid corps at Camp Douglas.
While there a band was formed, known in history as the 'Silver Cornet Band of Camp Douglas', in which he was a bugler.
Young George was present at the capture of the Confederate Raider Morgan in the fall of 1863.
In April 1865, he took part with the military band, in one of the saddest scenes of the Civil War --
the funeral of the martyred President, Abraham Lincoln.

Earle, George W. 1842 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; 40th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers

Earle, Henry G. 1844 -
Veteran of the Civil War, 16th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers.
He was in the battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Bristow Station and The Wilderness.
He was with the army of General Grant until taken prisoner, June 22, 1864.

Earle, Israel C. 1840 -
Veteran of the Civil War, Private 46th Regiment, Company C, Massachusetts Volunteers;
He was in the Battles of Southwest Creek, Kinston, Whitehall, Gum Swamp and Cove Creek.

Earle, James 1757 - 1829
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Captain in the Massachusetts militia

Earle, James Henry 1864 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Earle, Oliver 1745 - 1819
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Private in the company of Minutemen,
who, under the command of Captain Phinehas Moore,
‘marched on the alarm, the 19th of April, 1775, from Paxton to Cambridge.’
He afterwards held the office of Lieutenant

Earle, Ralph III 1726 - 1808
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Governor Hutchinson sent Ralph a Captain’s Commission in the British Army,
dated June 17, 1776; Ralph Rejected this offer;
He received a similar commission from General Washington
He served in the American Army nearly the entire War
Commissioned Captain of the seventh company,
Worcester county militia, 1776, and 1777 served in Rhode Island

Earle, Ralph 1874 - 1939
Veteran of Spanish American War, World War I; World War II;
1896 graduated United States Naval Academy;
commissioned Ensign May 5, 1898; Lieutenant, junior grade, May 6, 1901;
Lieutenant, March 3, 1903; Lieutenant Commander, September 7, 1908; Commander July 1, 1915;
Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance with the Rank of Rear Admiral, December 23, 1916.
On May 5, 1920, he left the post of Chief Ordnance Officer for sea duty in command of the Connecticut, with the rank of Captain
He was promoted to Rear Admiral in September 1930.
His official retirement from active naval service occurred August 25, 1925.
Rear Admiral Earle was the Recipient of seven decoration:
United States Navy Distinguished Service Medal; the United States Army Distinguished Service Medal,
one of the few in naval service to be thus honored; the United States Sampon Medal for engagements in the Spanish War;
the United States West Indian Campaign; the United States Vera Cruz, Mexico Medal;
British Companion of the Bath; and the French Commandeur de Legion d'Honneur

Earle, Ralph 1900 -
Graduated United States Naval Academy 1922;
served on the U.S.S. New York and the Charles Osborn in the Mediterranean;
on the Helena in China; on the heavy cruiser New Orleans 1934-1935 on the East and West coasts;
on the Raleigh in the Mediterranean for the protection of Untied States nationals during the Spanish Civil War,
1936-1937. Shore duty, post graduate course at Annapolis;
Communications Officer at Seattle, Washington 1938-1939.
Stationed on the Trention at Lisbon, Portugal 1939-1940.

Earle, Robert 1792 - 1813
U. S. Army; died at Sackett's Harbor, New York

Earle, Royal F. 1846 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War,
While out with a scouting party was shot from his horse.

Earle, Rueben 1747 – 1822/23
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Private in the company of militia, under the command of Capt. Thomas Newhall,
marched from Leicester to Cambridge, on the alarm of the 19th April, 1775

Earle, Rufus L. 1822 -
Veteran of the Civil War; 106th Regiment New York Volunteers

Earle, Stephen Carpenter 1839 - 1913
Veteran of Civil War; Company C, 51st Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia
served under General Foster, in North Carolina;
He was Surgeon's Clerk and Ward Master;
He was in the Goldsboro expedition and the Battle of Whitehall.

Earle, Thomas 1823 - 1871
Veteran of the Civil War; Lieutenant
Captain Pickett's Company of the 25th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers

Earle, Timothy 1759 - 1777
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; United States Army

Earle, William H. 1839 - 1885
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company B, third Battalion Rifles, Massachusetts Volunteers

Echelberger, Robert 'Bob'
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Echelberger, Robert Douglas 1951 -
United States Armed Forces

Edwards, Havalin 1790 – 1850
Veteran of War of 1812
First Regiment, Bloom’s New York Militia

Fairbanks, Ambrose Earle 1896 -
Veteran of World War I; 830th Aero Squadron, attached to the 79th Division

Farnum, Jerome Bonaparte 1845 - 1902
Veteran of the Civil War; Tenth Regiment Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry

Farnum, John 1845 - 1902
Veteran of the Civil War; Tenth Regiment Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry

Fitzgerald, Francis Leo 'Pete', Sr. 1891 - 1972
Veteran Of World War I; United States Army

Fitzsimons, James
killed in the service of his Country

Fitzsimons, Richard 1836 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Member of Stewart’s Battalion, Army of the Potomac

Fitzsimons, Thomas
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Fletcher, Bernerd Francis 1921 - 1957
Veteran of World War II and the Korean War; United States Navy

Flint, William 1835 - 1862
Veteran of the Civil War; United States Army; died in service

Fones, Joseph 1699
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
had the distinction of being the oldest Ensign so far recorded in the Revolutionary War;
he responded to an Alarm, July 30, 1778, in this 79th year

Foust, Jacob 1843 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Company H, 105th PA Volunteers;
Battles of Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, taken prisoner at Bull Run;
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg where he lost an arm

Foster, Thomas Ruggles 1817 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Franklin, Asa
Captain in the French and Indian wars
Ensign, First Light Infantry, of Providence county (Providence colonial records);
Ensign, in June1769, Second Company, Providence Militia;
Ensign, in May, 1770; Ensign in August 1774, Light Infantry; Providence county,
Lieutenant in May 1789; September, 1790; May 1791; June 1792 and May 1793

Frier, James Henly 1871 -
United States Army Veteran

Fuller, Ebenezer 1760 - 1840
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; served in General Waterbury's Brigade;
and in Col Oliver Smith's Regiment and General John Tyler's Brigade

Fuller, John 1751 - 1813
Veteran of Revolutionary

Fuller, Luther Elderkin 1783 - 1863
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Gailey, Robert Inglais 1894 - 1961
Veteran of World War I

Gayley, Francis Matthew 1871 - 1941
Veteran of World War I

Gayley, Henry 1917 -
Veteran of World War II

Gayley, James Andrew 1917 - 1944
Veteran of World War II; Allied Invasion of France

Gayley, James John 1840 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Corporal in Company I of the 148th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Captured by Confederate soldiers, he was a prisoner of war in Libby Prison in Richmond, VA.
During a prisoner of war exchange in 1864, he returned to Camp Parole in Annapolis, Maryland,
where he died in the U.S. General Hospital as a result of his wounds and malnutrition.
His grave (Tombstone No. 912) is in the U.S. Ash Grove Cemetery which later became the Annapolis National Cemetery.

Gayley, Matthew Thornton 1833 - 1917
Veteran of the Civil War;
Private Company B, 211th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry

Gayley, Richard Thornton 1931 -
United States Air Force, Commission 2nd Lt

Gayley, William George 1843 - 1879
Veteran of the Civil War; Army of the Potomac
On May 31, 1864, he was shot through the left shoulder and lung by a musket ball and
suffered partial paralysis of his hand and arm. 

Geist, Andrew
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Geyen, Norman J. 1918 -
Veteran of World War II; United States Calvary

Ghiorsi, Reno Angelo  1927 - 1970
Technician 5th Grade 1639th Engineer Utilities Detachment Army of the United States
Served with Corps of Engineers in Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations for 13 months, in Yokohama, Japan
Citations: Army of Occupation Medal, Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal

Godding, Emulus
Veteran of the Civil War

Gooch, Delbert Earl 1925 – 2003
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy
served on U.S.S. Darby

Gore, Avery 1765 - 1847
Ensign, Lieutenant and Captain in various military groups in Pennsylvania

Gore, Daniel 1746 - 1809
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Lieutenant in the Connecticut Militia

Gore, Elijah 1831 - 1861/1865
Veteran of the Civil War; Confederate, Company C, 1st Louisiana Cavalry

Gore, George 1756 - 1778
Veteran of the Indian Wars

Gore, Hollis C. 1835 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Company I, 50th Regiment, New York Engineers

Gore, John 1822 - 1865
Veteran of the Civil War; Company H, 50th Pennsylvania Volunteers;

Gore, Obadiah 1744 - 1821
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Lieutenant

Gore, Samuel 1756 - 1834
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Gore, Samuel W. 1820 - 1862
Veteran of the Civil War; Company H, 57th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Killed at the Battle of Fredericksburg

Gore, Silas 1829 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War
Killed at the Battle of Gettysburg

Graham, John - 1813
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Continental Army

Greeley, Harry B. "Dick" 1923 - 2002
Veteran of World War II; United States Army; Pacific Theater

Groves, Thomas Drummond 1844 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Guffy, Richard A. 1836 - 1871
Veteran of the Civil War

Hannah, Grover Cleveland 1893 - 1966
Veteran of World War I

Hannah, Henry Luke 1926 - 1985
Veteran of World War II and the Korean War

Harvard, Valery 1857 -
United States Army

Hastings, Benjamin 1728 – 1806
Veteran of the French and Indian Wars and the Revolutionary War;

Hastings, Jonathan 1738 -
Veteran of the French and Indian Wars and the Revolutionary War

Hastriter, Michael Wayne 1945 -
United States Army; Major

Haugh, Daniel Harvey 1848 -
Veteran of the Civil War
First Pennsylvania Battalion;
57th Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Regiment  of Infantry

Hennings, Dennis James 1948 -
United States Navy; in Special Services

Hennings, James August
Veteran of World War II; Merchant Marines

Hennings, William Mark 1953 -
United States Marines; M.P. and served with a special squad as Presidential Escort for
President Richard M. Nixon when he was in the southern California Area

Hewitt, Henry Stewart 1825 - 1873
Veteran of the Civil War; United States Army
Brevetted Colonel in March 1865

Hewitt, Stanton 1788 - 1847
Veteran of the War of 1812; Colonel in the Cavalry

Hickey, James Albert 1887 - 1942
Veteran of World War I; United States Army officer

Highfield, John Joseph 1833 – 1922
Veteran of the Civil War

Hinderliter, Donald Eugene 1927 -
United Stated Navy

Hines, Captain John Fore 1869 -
United States Navy

Hines, John Fore, Jr. 1906 -
Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, Class of 1927.
served aboard the Battleship Florida; on destroyers Sands and Williamson on the Atlantic coast until 1932;
on the Asiatic station aboard the Ashville and Edsall until 1934; on the heavy cruiser Pensacola in 1935;
instructor in the French at the Naval Academy until 1937,on the Aircraft Carrier Lexington;
1939-1940 as Executive Officer and Navigator of the Roper
carrying out duties of neutrality patrol along the east coast of the United States

Hoffman, William Richard
Veteran of the Civil War

Hosfield, Bernard James 1924 - 1987
Veteran of World War II; Sergeant United States Army

Huff, James Clair 1894 -
Veteran of World War I; United States Army;
Company B, 8th Ohio Infantry

Huff, Samuel R. 1892 -
United States Army; Company C, 28th Infantry. Sergeant

Hunting, John W. 1841 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; United States Army, 25th Regiment, Company I;
Captured at Drewry's Bluff 15 May 1864,
Died in Andersonville prison 29 Jul 1864

Hurd, Floyd Alvin 1917 - 2005
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Hurd, Frank Leroy 1914 - 1978
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Hurd, Gerald "Jerry" Dennis 1928 - 1985
Veteran of World War II, United States Army
Member of the Military Government at Fulishmoi Japan

Hurd, Jess 1897 - 1966
Veteran of World War I, United States Army
161st Depot Brigade

Hurd, John Oliver 1891 - 1981
National Guard, Battery E

Hurd, Luther Eugene 1924 - 2009
United States Army

Hurd, William Conrad "Bill", Sr. 1933 - 2006
United States Navy, Petty Officer 3rd Class.
Served aboard the William Mitchell,
the Arnold J. Isabelle, and the USS Yorktown.

Irwin, Samuel 1817 - 1898
Veteran of the Civil War; 67th Regiment
injured in the Neck in Virginia

Jakeway, William Thomas 1920 – 1952
Veteran of World War II; Cannon Company, 246th Infantry

Jones, Jared 1830 - 1906
Veteran of the Civil War;
Private Co. 18 Pennsylvania Volunteer Corp in Company B 57

Katterhagen, Louis Frank 1919 - 2005
Veteran of World War II; United States Army Staff Sergeant;
Battle of the Bulge

Kelso, Captain Joseph Chambers 1835 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company B, 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Kiffer, John 1840 - 1862
Veteran of the Civil War; killed

King, Arthur William
Royal Australian Infantry Corps

Klepfer, Charles
Veteran of the Civil War;
105th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry

Klugman, George Horton 1898 - 1958
United States Army Artillery, Sgt.

Knapp, Burton Delaine "Burt"  1932 - 1967
Veteran of the Korean War; 7 Company & 7 Calvary Regiment

Knapp, Moses Levi 1832 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Knapp, Samuel Lee  1916 - 1977
Veteran of World War II; United States Army;
wounded in the Normandy Invasion and lost his leg

Knapp, Walter
United States Army

Knight, Ronald Eugene 1949 - 1969
Veteran of Vietnam; died near De Nang

Krapf, Nicholas 1835 - 1886
Veteran of the Civil War; 105th Pennsylvania Infantry

Kriner, Gerald Solomon 1926 - 1970
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
in Okinawa and Saipan

Kriner, Kenneth Lee 1947 -
United States Navy Air Corps; Petty Officer Second Class

Kuhn, Thomas McConnell
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company D, 62nd Regiment Infantry

Lent, Hiram Bird 1839 - 1913
Veteran of the Civil War; Company D, New York Cavalry

Lent, William J. 1815 - 1907
Captain of the Militia

Lindermuth, David L. 1946 - 1982
United States Air Force; Staff Sergeant;
stationed in Tonsonut and Saigon, South Vietnam

Lindermuth, David William 1917 - 1970
Veteran of World War II; recipient of the Bronze Star

Lindermuth, Glenn F. "Bog" 1921 - 1989
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Lombard, Darrell Edward, Sr. 1935 -
United States Marine Corp; Sergeant

London, Irvin M. 1895 - 1933
Veteran of World War I; United States Army,
111th Infantry, 28th Division

Long, Irvin R.
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company H, 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers
‘died at his home in Pine Creek of camp fever contracted at Camp Jamieson, Virginia’

Loux, Andrew 1807 - 1888
Veteran of the Civil War; Corporal in Company C, 62nd Regiment, 
Wounded Malvern Hill Battle front on June 30, 1862

Loveland, William Earl 1898 -
Veteran of World War I; United State Marine Corps

Lyle, Charles 1838 -
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company F, 105th Pennsylvania Regiment

Lyle, Isaac 1830 - 1907
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company C, 2nd Regiment of Berdan Sharpshooters
1864 transferred to the 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Lyle, Marlin Edward 'Nicky' 1912 - 1994
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

Lyle, Reuben B. 1843 - 1926
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company I, 148th Pennsylvania Volunteers
wounded May 3, 1862 at Battle of Chancellorsville
in the back of the head and lay unconscious 3 days

Mardis, Francis A. 1840 - 1905
Veteran of the Civil War; Company C, 51st

Martin, Benjamin 1746 – 1821
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Ensign

Martin, James Oscar 1830 – 1900
Veteran of the Civil War; Confederate Army

Martin, John 1748 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; 2nd Lieutenant

Martin, William 1750 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; 2nd Lieutenant

Martz, Elias 1823 - 1897
Veteran of the Civil War;
Company H, 58th Pennsylvania Infantry

Matthews, William H., Jr. 1842 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
 died while in service

Mays, Gil Ray 1929 – 1982
Veteran of World War II

McFadden, Jacob, Jr. 1812 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

McFadden, Jonathan R. 1843 - 1905
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company B 135th Pennsylvania Volunteers;
re-enlisted in Company L, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry

McFadden, Levi 1938 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
11th Pennsylvania Reserves; died while in service

McFadden, Reed P. 1840 - 1912
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

McFadden, Shannon 1836 - 1875
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company I, 8th Pennsylvania Volunteers,
re-enlisted in Company L, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry 

McMahon, Stanley Francis Calder 1906 - 1992
Veteran of World War II, US Army Transport
served on the small ships in Australian Waters

McManigle, Alexander 1823 - 1875
Drafted from Rose Township in March 1865

McManigle, Arthur Lawrence 1914 - 1982
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

McManigle, David Duncan "Dick" 1921 - 1960
Veteran of World War II; United States Air Force

McManigle, David E. 1948 -
United States Army

McManigle, David James 1936 – 2011
United States Army;
stationed in Anchorage, Alaska during the time
Alaskan Territory became the 49th  State

McManigle, Dennis Luellen "Pat" 1928 - 1989
United States Army

McManigle, Donald Eugene "Bounce" 1928 - 1988
Veteran of World War II; United States Army 
Assigned to the Italian Theatre of Operations

McManigle, Frank S. 1892 - 1988
Veteran of World War I; United States Navy

McManigle, James, Jr. 1820 - 1890
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company I, 148th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers
James was wounded three times on May 3rd 1963
Buckshot in the left arm 2 inches below the shoulder; a shot in the left foot removed
the top of his little toe and the one next to it;
a minnie ball struck his right shin, shattering the bone, and came out of the calf.

McManigle, James Charles 1896 - 1958
Veteran of World War I

McManigle, James Frederick 1920 - 2001
Veteran of World War II; United States Army; Corporal

McManigle, Jason R.
United States Marine Corps (2010)

McManigle, John R. 1944 - 2003
United States Air Force

McManigle, Joseph White 1895 - 1968
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

McManigle, Josiah Alex "Pat" 1895 - 1981
Veteran of World War I; United States Navy

McManigle, Larry Gene 1932 -
United States Army

McManigle, Leonard Monroe 1925 – 2007
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

McManigle, Leroy F. 1920 - 1980
Veteran of World War II; United States Air Force
TrB, 121st Cal.

McManigle, Robert Arnold 1923 – 2007
Veteran of World War II; Battle of the Bulge

McManigle, Robert Ellsworth 1925 – 1995
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

McManigle, Robert W. 1929 – 2008
United States Army

McManigle, Sheldon L. 1927 - 1945
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy;
Rank Seaman 2nd Class;
Status: Missing; Awards: Purple Heart Medal

McManigle, Solomon Ellsworth 1830 - 1912
Veteran of Civil War; Union Army
Company B, 105th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

McManigle, Theodore Orving "Ted" 1922 - 1981
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
Philippines in the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre

McManigle, Wayne Irvin 1924 - 1973
Veteran of World War II; Sergeant, Motor Transportation

McManigle, Willis C. 1924 – 2011
Veteran of World War II; United States Army Air Corp

McNeil, Alan Russell 1945 -
United States Army

McNeil, Carol Eugene 1924 -
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

McNeil, Curtis Wayne 1922 -
Veteran of World War II; Seabees

McNeil, Glenn Cecil 1899 - 1976
Veteran of World War I;
Coast Defense Battery on the western U.S. Coast

McNeil, James M. 1926 -
Veteran of World War II; United States Air Force
served in the Philippines

McNeil, James Oren 1899 – 1987
Veteran of World War II
34th Air Depot Group in
North Africa, Sicily and Italian Campaigns

McNeil, John L. 1842 -
Veteran of the Civil War

McNeil, Keith 1931 -
United States Army

McNeil, Lloyd Donald 1920 - 1944
Veteran of World War II; United States Air Force,
Alaska and the Aleutian Islands; gunner
Lincoln Air Force Base, Nebraska taking off from the Air Base,
the plane crashed and he was killed.

McNeil, Raymond Earl 1932 - 1959
Veteran of World War I; United States Navy

McNeil, Thorton B. 1922 - 1993
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

McNeil, William Benton 1840 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
135th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers
died at the Battle of Bull Run

McNeil, William Elder 1896 - 1984
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

Moore, David 1837 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company H, 78th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Moore, Dr. George Colton 1876 -
Veteran of the Spanish American War
Battery A, Light Artillery Connecticut Volunteers

Morgan, James 1607 – 1685
Veteran of Pequot War

Morris, Robert Lewis 1942 -
United States Air Force; Retired

Mudge, Ezra 1780 - 1855
Active in establishing the Lynn Artillery Company;
Lieutenants at the time of organization and Captain in 1813

Mudge, John 1654 - 1733
Soldier in the Narragansett or King Philip War of 1675
Captain Moseley's company

Mudge, Joseph 1716 - 1796
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Mudge, Nathan 1756 - 1831
In Capt. Simon Brown's Co., Jacob Gerrish's Regt. at Winter Hill
Name appears in the Ticonderoga Rolls

Mudge, Samuel 1738/39 - 1758
French and Indian War - Served under General Amherst

Mudge, Samuel 1759 - 1785
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Mumford, Bernard William 1929 - 1995
Veteran of the Korean War; United States Army, Corporal

Mumford, James R. 1919 - 1989
Veteran of World War II; United States Army; Gunner;
Purple Heart and three Bronze Service Stars in
the Normandy Invasion with the 8th Division

Mumford, Richard "Dick" 1925 - 1998
Veteran of World War II; United States Army Air Corps;
China-India-Burma Theater of Operations

Mumford, Theodore H. 1922 - 1944
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
killed in action

Mumford, Theodore Harrison 1843 - 1909
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company B, 18th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Cavalrymen

Murdock, Joshua
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
‘was of the Boston Tea Party’

Murphy, Ira 1826 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Neese, Jacob
Veteran of the Civil War

Neese, John 1834 - 1913
Veteran of the Civil War

Nelson, Norman Ingamar 1927 – 2006
Veteran of World War II, United States Army

Nichols, William Ellsworth, Jr. 1928 - 1996
Veteran of the Korean War; United States Army

Oaks, Edwin Kenneth 1914 - 1981
Veteran of World War II; United States Army, PFC

Oaks, George Washington 1831 - 1913
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
8th Regiment, Company K.

Oaks, Hudson 1840 - 1886
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Unit 5, Pennsylvania Artillery, Private

Oaks, Walter H. 1915 - 1981
Veteran of World War II; United States Army, Sergeant 

O'Brien, Joseph 1918 - 2001
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Olson, Arthur M. 1891 - 1971
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

Ormsby, Daniel Orson 1819 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Ozman, Roscoe Conkling 1877 -
Veteran of the Spanish American War;
Company C, Beatrice, Nebraska

Ozman, William L. 1837 – 1924
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company G, 109th Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry
Battle of the Wilderness; Battle of Petersburg, April 2, 1965

Park, Frederick 1764 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;  Fifer

Park, James 1764 – 1781
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Park, Jonathan 1752 - 1776
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;
died at White Plane near New York of the Camp, Distemper, 

Park, Nathaniel – 1718
Veteran of King Philip’s War

Parke, John 1656 - 1716
Veteran of King Philips War; Captain

Parkhurst, Hiram N. 1840 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
 Sergeant of Company D, 25th Reg. Massachusetts Volunteers

Parkhurst, Veranus P. 1828 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Captain of a Templeton company of Volunteers

Petry, Dr. William 1733 - 1806
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Pettibone, Stephen Noah 1839 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company C, 11th Michigan Volunteers

Phelps, William A. 1831 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Pilloud, Theodore 1838 -
Veteran of the Civil War

Pope, Lawrence Alfred “Larry”
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

Potter, Edwin 1791 - 1863
Veteran of the War of 1812

Pugh, Louise Kemon 1900 - 1989
Veteran of World War I; United States Women's Corp; Yoemanette

Rader, James F. 1892 - 1976
Veteran of World War I; 319th Infantry

Ransom, Samuel 1844 - 1926
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Private, Company "I" 148th Regiment Pennsylvania

Reames, Harry J., Jr. 1924 -
Veteran of World War II and the Korean War

Redick, Albert A. 1848 – 1934
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company A, 3rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Company D, 41st Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Reed, Charles Eugene 1923 - 1999
Veteran of World War II; United States Army,
Third Armor Division, 455th AAA Battalion

Reed, Daniel Lawrence 1941 -
Veteran of Vietnam; United States Army,

Regel, Lloyd
Veteran of World War II; United States Navy

Richards, John 1780 -
Veteran of the War of 1812, Battle of Lake Erie

Richardson, William King Sr., 1914 - 2000
Veteran of World War II, 82nd Airborne Division
Purple Heart Recipient

Rishell, Raymond B. “Ming” 1930 – 2007
Veteran of Korean War; United States Air Force

Robinson, Irwin
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Rockey, W. H. B. 1846 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company C, 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers
wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 2, 1863

Rowley, James William 1835 – 1902
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company D, 4th Iowa Volunteer Cavalry
transferred to Company H, 4th Regiment Iowa Cavalry

Royer, Eugene B. 1911 - 1973
Veteran World War I

Russell, John
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Connecticut

Sampson, Lyle Day, Jr. “Bud” 1925 – 2008
Veteran of World War II; United States Coast Guard
served on U.S.S. Bath

Sargent, Jonathan 1752 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;
He was wounded in battle, and died on his way home

Satterlee, Howard Theron 1916 - 1987
Veteran of World War II

Scheckler, Frederick
Veteran of the Civil War; killed in action

Schenck, Casper
Pay Director, United States Navy

Schenck, Rear Admiral James Finlay 1807 - 1882
Rear Admiral; United States Navy

Scott, Richard 1607 – 1680/1
From December, 1675, to August, 1676, he and his son Richard fought in King Philip's War,
he being described as a 'Cornet.' The son Richard was doubtless slain in battle.
Another son, John, who also served, came home at the close of the war,
but soon after was shot and killed by an Indian as he was standing on his own doorstep

Scott, Ronald D. 1938 - 1998
United States Air Force

Sellers, Edmond B. 1922 - 1943
Veteran of World War II

Sereno, Sidney 1917 – 1973
Veteran of World War II

Shea, Martin Phalen “Mick” 1895 – 1949
Veteran of World War I; Corporal

Sheasley, John
Veteran of the Civil War; died while serving

Shilling, Donald Ray 1938 -
United States Reserves

Shilling, George 1830 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
8th Battalion Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Shilling, James Henry 1842 - 1908
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company H, 57th Pennsylvania Militia 

Shilling, Mathias 1837 - 1901
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Shilling, Samuel 1845 - 1931
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company E, 148th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers
Wounded in battle on July 3, 1863;
Captured and became prisoner (Saulsburg Prison) on Aug 25, 1863

Shilling, William Edward 1927 - 1989
United States Navy

Shobert, John
Veteran of the War of 1812

Siar, Wade C. 1924 - 1977
Veteran of World War II and Veteran of the Korean War; United States Army

Sinsel, Thomas Jr. 1931 – 2003
United States Air Force

Skinner, Earl Wayne
United States Army

Slagle, Henry Dietrich 1841 - 1866
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company I, 62nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry 

Slagle, Peter Dietrich 1835 - 1917
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
First Sergeant, Wildcat Regiment, 105th Pennsylvania Volunteers.
He received two gunshot wounds

Slagle, William Dietrich 1833 - 1896
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company G, 105th Regiment

Slagle, William James 1920 -
T-5 Second Ranger Battalion Company A

Smith, Earl G. - 2001
Veteran of World War II; United States Marine Corps

Smith, Michael 1942 -
United States Marine Corp, Retired

Snow, Capt. Zerubbabel 1741 - 1795
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Captain

Southgate, John 1738 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
John was the Adjutant of the Regiment of Minutemen commanded by
Col. William Henshaw and marched to Cambridge on Alarm April 19, 1775;
September 1776, commissioned as 2nd Officer in an Artillery Company

Southwick, Nathan Marshall, Jr. 1905 - 1992
Rhode Island National Guard; Second Lieutenant

Southworth, Charles Albert 1895 - 1985
Veteran of World War I; United States Signal Corps,

Spaulding, Oliver 1739 - 1796
Veteran of the "Old French War,"; Connecticut troops in New York in 1759
Veteran of the Revolution; marching on the Alarm of Lexington, in April 1775,

Spencer, Earl (Captain )
United States Air Force

Spooner, William 1650/1660 – after 1735
Served in the militia with the rank of Lieutenant

Sprague, Lester
United States Navy

Sprague, Theodore S.
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Third Maine Calvary; died while in Service

Sprague, William
United States Navy

Stahlman, James Reid, Jr. 1932 - 1986
United States Navy

Stahlman, Robert Dean 1930 -
United States Air Force

Stancliffe, Almanzo B. 1844 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
died at Andersonville Prison

Stephenson, Charles Gayley
United States Army Intelligence Corps

Stevens, Lieutenant John Franklin
Veteran of World War I;
Class of 1915 West Point Military Academy
1916-1917 served with 6th Cavalry United States Army in Mexico and Texas;
1918 promoted to Captain and sailed for France;
1920 promoted to Major

Stephenson, John Alston
United States Navy, Lt. J/G on U.S.S. Kearsarge Carrier

Stitt, Andrew 1789 - 1870
Veteran of the War of 1812

Stitt, William, Jr. 1755 - 1836
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; The Continental Army
Veteran of the War of 1812

Stout, Barry 1949 - 2004
United States Navy

Strong, Lorenzo 1839 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Ninth New York Cavalry;
killed at Brandy Station, Virginia September 16, 1863

Studley, Benjamin 1730 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War,
Private on the Lexington Alarm Roll of Captain Robert Lenthall Ellis' company, of South Hanover,
under the direction of the field officers of the Second Plymouth County Regiment;
first Lieutenant of Captain Joseph Stetson's Company;
Colonel Dike's Regiment in the service from December 1, 1776 to March 1, 1777;
stationed at Dorchester Heights during the siege of Boston.

Studley, John Moore 1829 - 1903
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Captain of Fifteenth Massachusetts Infantry;
promotion Lieutenant-Colonel of 51st Massachusetts Volunteer Militia.

Taft, Lafayette C. 1895 – 1963
Veteran of World War I; United States Army
Battle of the Meuse-Argonne

Thompson, Matthew Adelbert 1893 – 1982
Veteran of World War I; United States Army

Thompson, Thomas Gayley 1898 – 1987
Veteran of World War I;

Uplinger, Carl William 1920 - 1998
Veteran of World War II; United States Army
82nd Combat Engineer Battalion;
service in England, France, Germany and Africa

Vietor, Carlisle
Veteran of World War II; United States Army

Voorhies, John Nelson 1835 - 1928
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company E, First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics

Voorhies, Richard LeRoy 1896 - 1972
Veteran of World War I; United States Army,
Supply Company 78th F.A. 6th Division in France

Waite, John 1743 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Waite, Paine 1745 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Colonel

Walburn, Terry Eugene 1946 -
United States Air Force

Waldschmidt, Paul Michael
United States Nave aboard the U.S.S. Ranger as an Aviation Bolsun Mate

Walker, Kathy Jo 1967 -
United States Army

Walton, Charles 1835 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Waterman, Resolved 1772 -
Major and afterwards Colonel of Militia

Watson, Edward 1925 -
United States Navy

Webster, George 1838 - 1866 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Webster, John 1845 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Wells, Calvin D. – 1951
Veteran of Korean War; United States Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Divion
killed in action February 14, 1951

Wells, James 1792 - 1870
Veteran of the War of 1812

Wells, William Washington 1830 - 1903
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army; Sgt.
G.A.R. Marker, Company D, 3rd Ohio Infantry,
Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio

White, William 1843 - 1861/1865
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
killed while in Service

Whiteman, Banks Harrison 1920 - 2001
Veteran of World War II; United States Army Air Corps;
North African Theater

Whiteman, Franklin M. 1843 - 1894
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company I, 148th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

Williams, Charles A. 1852 -
West Point graduate; United States Army;
Battle of Clearwater during the Nez Percés Indian War in 1877

Williams, Captain Daniel 1728 - 1818
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Witherspoon, David P. 1828 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Prisoner of War

Witherspoon, William P. 1831 - 1864
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Prisoner of War

Witter, Honorable Asa 1744 – 1792
Asa Witter was a member of the Committee of Correspondence,
which had branches in all the colonies
for the purpose of transmitting secret information in the patriot cause,
and was one of those who deliberated on the framing of the
Constitution of the United States

Witter, Charles Henry 1829 - 1865
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army;
Prisoner of War and died at Andersonville Prison

Witter, Captain Ebenezer, Sr. 1732 - 1817
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Captain of a Preston Company
Marched from Connecticut on the Alarm of Lexington in April 1775;
among the soldiers sent to re-enforce Washington on
Long Island and in other parts of New York,
as part of the Fourth Battalion, Wadsworth's Brigade, under Colonel Selden

Witter, Ebenezer, Jr. 1761 - 1838
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
Acted as his father, Captain Ebenezer Witter's, waiter in the Revolution for some months in 1776
and was later a private in his father's company. He was also a private in Captain William Whitney's company
Colonel Oliver Smith's Connecticut regiment, and was in the Battle of Newport
as a member of General Sullivan's Rhode Island expedition.
In the spring of 1779 he enlisted as a private in Captain Boseman's and
Captain Ebenezer Witter's companies, under Colonel William Ledyard at Fort Griswold.
February, 1780, he again entered service as a gunner on board the Massachusetts ship of war, "Discovery,"
commanded by Captain Francis Brown, and in October following was in a severe battle with two English vessels
near the coast of France. After eight months' service, he entered the French naval service
in which he continued until the close of the Revolution, when he returned home to Preston

Witter, Dr. Ebenezer 1839 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company D; 1st Connecticut Cavalry

Witter, Eugene Robert 1841 - 1918
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company C, 3rd Infantry Regiment Wisconsin;
discharged 28 May 1863 from wounds received May 4, 1863.
Shot in the shoulder; Prisoner of War

Witter, Corporal Frederick 1752 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Connecticut Militia

Witter, John 1744 – bef. 1790
Veteran of the Revolutionary War
September 1768, in Jun 1769 and in May, 1770.
Ensign of the Hopkinton Company, in the Regiment of King's County (Washington)

Witter, John E. 1839 - 1863
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
First Michigan Artillery
Went to Nashville, Tennessee and died in May

Witter, Jonah 1759 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War;

Witter, Joseph
Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Ensign
Hopkinton Company in the King’s County Regiment

Witter, Josiah 1741 -
Veteran of the Revolutionary War

Witter, Judah L. 1834 - 1906
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army

Witter, Ray Charles 1896 – 1983
United States Navy
Serving Great Lakes, Illinois Naval Radio School
aboard U.S.S. Wisconsin

Witter, William Clitus 1842 -
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company K, Tenth Rhode Island Regiment

Wohlmacher, William August 1882 -
National Guard. First Regiment, Company A

Woollett, Francis Hutton 'Frank' Egerton 1896 - 1968
Flight Lieutenant Royal Australian Air Force

Woolman, Elwood 1838 – 1862
Veteran of the Civil War;
died while in service December 31, 1862 in Tennessee

Wright, Harrison 1893 -
Veteran of World War I; 32nd Division; Second Lieutenant;
Captain Infantry, United States National Guard 1928;

Yeager, Wallace Hillis 1901 - 1959
Master Sergeant in United States Army Air Corps.

Yeoman, Thomas Jefferson 1847 – 1912
Veteran of the Civil War; Union Army
Company E, 146th Regiment Illinois Infantry

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