"Person ID","Last Name, Given Name(s)","Birth Date","Death Date","Military Service: Place","Military Service: Fact" "I21482","Riehl, Vernie Eugene","12 Apr 1923","6 Apr 2013","U.S. Army","In the spring of 1946, he entered service with the United States Army, serving with the Signal Corps as an instructor through January of 1948." "I12923","Ackley, Captain Ephraim","26 Feb 1751","Abt 1823","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I24120","Ackley, Lorenzo","23 Feb 1826","20 Jul 1894","Civil War, Union Army ","Pennsylvania Infantry, Third Regiment, Company A." "I12929","Ackley, Nathaniel","19 Apr 1740","2 Dec 1759","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I12935","Ackley, Private Warren","26 Oct 1758","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I17526","Adams, Albion S","4 Dec 1825","17 May 1889","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I26484","Adams, Alphonzo","20 May 1842","6 Apr 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in Company H, 12th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 23 Aug 1861. Killed at the Battle of Shiloh, 6 Apr 1862." "I17536","Adams, Bernard Lee Jr","Abt 1918","","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I18335","Adams, Charles Naylor","3 Aug 1840","18 Apr 1930","Civil War, Union Army ","Company C, 16th Regiment, Maine Volunteers. Honorably discharged due to disability from combat wound." "I17525","Adams, Jefferson Jeptha","6 Mar 1824","8 Jan 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Mustered into Company E, 13th Maine Volunteers on 10 December 1861 along side his brother Jonas. Died of disease at a field hospital in New Orleans while in the service of his country." "I17443","Adams, Jephthah Hill","10 Oct 1794","10 Sep 1872","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I17531","Adams, Jonas Green","28 May 1838","22 Jul 1912","Civil War, Union Army ","Company E, 13th Regiment, Infantry. Mustered in 10 December 1861 along side his brother Jefferson." "I17529","Adams, Josiah Green","3 Aug 1833","24 Sep 1914","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I26471","Adams, Lafayette","10 Oct 1838","20 Aug 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in Company I, Illinois 64th Infantry Regiment on 8 Mar 1864. Killed in action on 20 Aug 1864 at the Siege of Atlanta." "I17527","Adams, Nathaniel Russell","22 Apr 1828","8 Jun 1907","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I2172","Ames, Deacon Moses","4 Jun 1763","24 Jun 1825","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I7579","Andrychowski, Adolph","24 Aug 1915","25 Mar 1986","U.S. Army, WWII","Enlisted in the U.S. Army 7 Apr 1941. Released 10 Nov 1945." "I3437","Andrychowski, Michael J","4 Jan 1940","","U.S. Navy","" "I9609","Armstrong, William","26 Jul 1831","3 Nov 1908","Civil War, Union Army ","Company D, 107th Volunteer Infantry, Civil War. Participated in the Battle of Bean Station, 14 Dec 1863 and was seriously injured in the hip. Mustered out at Knoxville, Tennessee, 19 Jun 1865." "I1676","Atherton, Major General Humphrey","4 Sep 1608","17 Sep 1661","Continental Army","Humphrey Atherton was admitted as a freeman at Dorchester on May 2, 1638. He began his Massachusetts military career as a member of the artillery company in 1638, was promoted to Lieutenant in 1645, to Captain in 1650, to Major 1652,and to Major General in 1661." "I28126","Bachman, James T","15 Nov 1948","17 Apr 2009","U.S. Army, Vietnam","Sergeant First Class. U.S. Army Vietnam, 20 years in the Wisconsin National Guard. " "I15444","Backus, Elijah","23 Jul 1755","Abt 1835","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2767","Bailey, Lieutenant Silas Jr","22 Jul 1756","3 Oct 1840","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Private during the Lexington Alarm. Under Captain How and Houghton. He was promoted and served as a Lieutenant under Captain Marion." "I2396","Bailey, Lieutenant Timothy","9 Feb 1749","6 Dec 1780","Continental Army, American Revolution","He entered as a Private. He was promoted to Sargent under Captains Moore and Mirick. He was made an officer and served under Colonels Whitney, Sawyer, and Hallet. Died in service." "I10567","Baker, Daniel","29 Nov 1824","22 Jan 1908","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I5871","Baker, Donald Archie","10 Jan 1927","1996","U.S. Navy","" "I75","Baker, Harry Thomas","19 May 1888","30 May 1941","U.S. Army, WWI","Battery F, 40th Field Artillery, Camp Custer" "I65","Baker, James Jackson","14 Jan 1845","27 Oct 1919","Civil War, Union Army ","Member, G.A.R. Post No. 210, Albion, Michigan." "I5864","Baker, Keith Darel","7 Mar 1913","15 Nov 2003","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I12732","Baldwin, Captain Caleb","2 May 1723","6 Dec 1823","Continental Army, American Revolution","2nd Connecticut Regiment" "I11464","Bales, Thomas H","14 Nov 1917","8 Aug 1944","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","42nd Bomber Squadron, 11th Bomber Group. KIA. " "I10435","Ball, Isaac","31 Dec 1747","Abt 1790","Continental Army, American Revolution","Marched as a Private on the Lexington Alarm on 19 April 1775 in Captain Ichabod Dexter's Company, Colonel Doolittle's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. After serving 5 days, on 24 April 1775, he enlisted as a Private in Captain Dexter's Company, Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment." "I12520","Ballard, Captain Jeremiah","29 Mar 1697","1761","Continental Army, American Revolution","Company Commander at Valley Forge." "I1982","Ballard, John William","17 Jan 1653","7 Dec 1715","Continental Army, King Phillips War","He was in Captain Joseph Gardner's Company. " "I28360","Bardeen, George Edward Jr","4 Apr 1888","","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I22947","Bardeen, George Edward","10 Nov 1850","26 Jan 1924","Civil War, Union Army ","1st Massachusetts Infantry, Company F." "I12937","Barney, John","1785","10 Aug 1854","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I16251","Bascom, Charles Joseph","26 Feb 1824","1 May 1909","Civil War, Union Army ","Company C, 11th Michigan Infantry. Enlisted August 28, 1861, discharged February 25, 1863
" "I19330","Bates, Allen","","28 Nov 1927","Civil War, Union Army ","Company F, 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery" "I14094","Bates, Marion","22 Sep 1899","1919","","Headstone reads: Died In Service To Her Country" "I26216","Bedtelyon, Jacob","11 Jul 1836","26 Jul 1904","Civil War, Union Army ","4th Michigan Cavalry, Company K." "I6203","Bell Jr, William Robert","22 Jul 1920","7 Jun 1997","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Enlisted 21 August 1942." "I3818","Bigelow, Charles","22 Apr 1729","20 Nov 1782","Continental Army, American Revolution","Marched to Hadley as a private on 21 August 1777. Served three days." "I1953","Bigelow, Captain Joseph","1 Jan 1703","24 Jan 1783","Continental Army, American Revolution","He never actively served during the Revolutionary War. The title was awarded for his financial contributions to the war effort." "I1355","Bigelow, William","16 Dec 1807","","U.S. Navy","Was lost at sea." "I18536","Biglo, Joshua","5 Nov 1655","","Continental Army, King Phillips War","Soldier in Captain Ting's company and was wounded. In consideration of his services the General Court gave him a grant of land in Narragansett." "I24651","Blackman, Denver","2 Nov 1917","20 Apr 2009","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I12606","Blount, Sir Walter","Abt 1350","21 Jul 1403","","At the Battle of Shrewsbury he served as the royal standard bearer, was mistaken for the king and killed in combat." "I29838","Bowen, Verna Sarah","29 Jan 1917","30 Sep 1996","U.S. Army, WWII","Sergeant." "I20749","Boyer, Dennis Clark","28 Jul 1941","11 Oct 2009","U.S. Army, Vietnam","" "I20732","Boyer, William H","1829","29 Apr 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","17th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company K." "I28357","Brady, Gale O","6 Oct 1924","7 May 2000","U.S. Army, WWII","Also served in Korea. U.S. Army Veteran serving 4 years. U.S. Navy Veteran serving 7 years." "I11946","Breckinridge, Major-General Joseph Cabell Sr","14 Jan 1842","1920","Civil War, Union Army ","Officer in the Union Army and the regular army after the war." "I11628","Brewster, Private First Class Walter E","14 Dec 1920","26 Feb 1945","U.S. Army, WWII","Killed in Action" "I16327","Briggs, William Henry Jr","1920","2000","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I3017","Brigham, Aaron","22 Nov 1762","23 Mar 1831","Continental Army, American Revolution","A private in Captain Amasa Cranston's Company, Colonel Samuel Dennis' Regiment for a month in 1779. In 1780 he was in the Continental Army and discharged 13 Jan 1781." "I3852","Brigham, Captain Aaron","20 Oct 1797","16 Feb 1876","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I4228","Brigham, Aaron Augustus","27 May 1836","7 Dec 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Co. F, 8th Minn. Vols. Killed in the battle of Murfreesboro, 7 Dec, 1864.
" "I1837","Brigham, Abel","25 Mar 1760","Aug 1844","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2251","Brigham, Lieutenant Abijah","26 Aug 1737","2 Apr 1814","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Lieutenant on the Sudbury muster roll of 1775; he marched on the Lexington alarm from Sudbury to Cambridge. He. was in Captain in. A. Wheeler's Company, Colonel. E. Howe's regiment, as 2d Lieutenant, commissioned 5 July, 1776; also, enlisted 20 Oct., 1779, as 2nd Lieutenant, in Captain. A. Cranston's Company., Colonel. Denny's regiment." "I3860","Brigham, Abner","19 Feb 1750","14 Mar 1800","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2784","Brigham, Abraham","25 Feb 1720","10 Nov 1788","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington alarm with Captain William. Brigham s Company, Colonel. Jonathan Ward's Regiment for service of 14 days." "I2498","Brigham, Addington Munroe","27 Mar 1837","2 Jan 1924","Civil War, Union Army ","Company E 5th Massachusetts Infantry" "I7665","Brigham, Agnes Abigail","","","","" "I2144","Brigham, Albert","11 Jul 1845","8 Jul 1887","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 25 Nov 1863 for three years. On 4 Jan 1864 he mustered into the 57th Regiment Company B Massachusetts Volunteers. He was wounded in left arm at the battle of Spottsylvania Virginia on 1 May 1864, and was discharged at Washington D.C, 10 Jun 1865, on account of disability caused by wound." "I929","Brigham, Alfred Milo","21 Oct 1828","15 Jun 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","He entered the Union Army in the fall of 1862 as a Corporal in the 39th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment. In September 1863 he took an examination and was commissioned lieutenant in the 4th Regiment Infantry U. S. Colored Troops. His first service was in Maryland and northern Virginia. After joining the Colored Regiments he served under General B. F. Butler on the Virginia Peninsula. He was hospitalized for a short time late in 1863, owing to a leg wound received when one of his soldiers accidentally discharged a musket. He was mortally wounded on June 15, 1864 in the attack on the Confederate lines near Petersburg." "I4478","Brigham, Captain Alfred Willard","19 Jun 1837","1907","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted on the eve of the firing on Fort Sumter, as Corporal, Co. B, 13th Mass Vols Wounded at Antietam and discharged. Re-enlisted as 1st Lieutenant Co C, 3d Mass Heavy Artillery, 1863 A.A.Q.M. 3d Brigade Hardin's Div, 22d A.C. from Apr to Oct, 1864. Captain, Co C, 3d Mass. Art., Oct., 1864; Judge Advocate Gen, Court Martial in Fort Stevens, D.C, Jun and Jul, 1865 commanded Fort Mahan, D.C, fall to spring, 1864-65 mustered out, Oct, 1865 retired, disabled by wounds." "I3887","Brigham, Alpheus","30 Apr 1746","Abt 1826","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I428","Brigham, Alvin Ozro","11 Feb 1824","25 Mar 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","He served in the 57th Massachusetts Volunteers under Captain Lawrence. He was on picket duty when he was killed During the attack on Fort Steadman Virginia." "I3468","Brigham, Amariah","18 Sep 1757","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1903","Brigham, Antipas","25 May 1740","20 Jun 1791","Continental Army, American Revolution"," He served under Captain Daniel Barnes, and Colonel Jonathan Ward." "I344","Brigham, Lieutenant Artemas","29 Sep 1739","25 Nov 1802","Continental Army, American Revolution","In 1775, he marched on the Lexington Alarm, and as a sergeant in 1777, the town voted him 18 for volunteer service. He was assessor in 1778; selectman in 1788 and '89. " "I348","Brigham, Corporal Artemas","10 Jan 1753","Abt 4 Jan 1799","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private in Captain Caleb Wright's company of Minute Men which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He also served under Colonel John Brown." "I3326","Brigham, Major Asa","2 Dec 1721","6 Nov 1777","Continental Army, American Revolution","Served as a Major under Colonel Nichols. He served as Fitzwilliam town moderator, selectman, and treasurer of the committee of safety." "I2996","Brigham, Asa","9 Nov 1729","18 Nov 1806","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Private under Captain Sibley and Colonel Whitney." "I3909","Brigham, Asa Jr","10 Sep 1758","1839","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served in Rhode Island in 1778, in Colonel Josiah Whitney's Regiment." "I5212","Brigham, Azel Parkhurst","7 Sep 1832","21 Feb 1916","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in the army as a musician. Later he served in the Navy." "I1329","Brigham, Barnabas","29 Mar 1756","30 Jan 1817","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private in Captain Edmund Brigham's Company of Minute-men,Major General Ward's regiment, which marched on the alarm of April 19 1775. He was in Captain Todd's Company, Colonel Craft's Regiment of Artillery, from North Brookfield, from February 1 to May 8, 1776." "I3549","Brigham, Colonel Bela Brewster","4 Feb 1784","5 Dec 1870","","He was on the side of the British in the War of 1812." "I9979","Brigham, Corporal Ben Bule","10 Jul 1900","2 Dec 1957","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I9943","Brigham, Benjamin","21 Apr 1815","21 Apr 1836","","Died fighting for the independence of Texas at the Battle of San Jacinto." "I194","Brigham, Benjamin","19 Feb 1714","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2125","Brigham, Benjamin Franklin","24 Jun 1830","14 Apr 1895","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted as a Private on 5 August 1862 at the age of 32. He enlisted in Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 15 Aug 1862.Transferred into Company 9th, 2nd Battalion, Regiment U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps on 15 May 1864. He was wounded 15 May 1864 at Gettysburg and transferred out of Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 15 May 1864. He was discharged from Company 9th, 2nd Battn Regiment U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps on 6 Aug 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky." "I27389","Brigham, Bruce Alan","14 Jun 1924","","U.S. Army","" "I756","Brigham, Calvin Lloyd","30 Jul 1844","11 Jun 1902","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 23 Nov 1863 for three years. On 4 Jan 1864 he mustered into the 57th Regiment Company B Massachusetts Volunteers..He was wounded before Petersburg, 24 June 1864 in left foot, and was discharged at Worcester Massachusetts 26 June 1865, at the close of war." "I5912","Brigham, Doctor Carl Campbell","4 May 1890","","U.S. Army, WWI","He was commissioned as 1st Lieutenant in the Sanitary Corps, psychological service Oct. to Dec 1917 at Camp Dix. He was then assigned to Surgeon General's office in Washington DC with the group of psychologists revising army examinations. Jan to Mar 1918 he was at Camps Meade, Lee and Gordon, for psychological experiments. in Apr he was commissioned 1st Lieutenant in the Tank Corps, but did not go across to France.

Analyzing data from the Army tests he came to the conclusion that the white race was of superior intelligence. He wrote about this in his book; A Study of American Intelligence, Princeton University Press, 1923. Though he later retracted his views on the intellectual superiority and specifically disowned the book." "I1174","Brigham, Charles","21 Jun 1841","Jul 1925","Civil War, Union Army ","Company K, 5th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry" "I3404","Brigham, Captain Charles","27 Jul 1769","2 Dec 1847","","He was appointed fourth sergeant in captain Jonathan Wheeler's foot company, second regiment, second brigade and seventh division. He was promoted to captain. He resigned his commission as captain 20 Jan 1809." "I2795","Brigham, Colonel Charles","22 May 1799","22 Sep 1871","","He attained the rank of colonel of his regiment in the state militia." "I2485","Brigham, 2nd Lieutenant Charles Clayton","16 Aug 1898","","U.S. Army","He was a student at the Springfield, Massachusetts Y. M. C. A. College was recommended by the President of the College to receive training that he might become an instructor in the College in the fall of 1918. He enlisted in the U.S. Army July 28 1918 was sent to Plattsburg Barracks for instruction; while there was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. On September 20 he reported for duty at first station Student's Army Training Corps at Long Island College Hospital
Brooklyn, New York. He remained there until unit was disbanded Nov 8 1918. He received special orders to report without delay at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy New York on Nov 11. He was an instructor there until the Student's Army Training Corps was disbanded Dec 18, He was discharged Dec 23 1918." "I2056","Brigham, Captain Charles Elmer","14 Mar 1842","28 Jul 1877","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 14 July 1862, for three years. On 31 July 1862 He mustered into the 34th Regiment, Company C, Massachusetts Volunteers. He was promoted corporal. He was discharged, in the field, 14 Jan 1865 so that he might accept promotion to 1st lieutenant in 25th U. S. Colored Troops; and was afterward made captain." "I4179","Brigham, Lieutenant Charles Henry","14 Nov 1863","1951","U.S. Navy","He served in the Spanish War, on U. S. S. Prairie, as Senior Watch and Division Officer on blockade of Cuba and Porto Rico.. He was in engagement resulting in the destruction of Spanish S. S. Alphonso XII., near Mariel, 5 July, 1898. He was commissioned Lieutenant U. S. N., 23 April, 1898; resigned 28 Sept." "I4713","Brigham, Charles L","3 Jun 1843","22 Oct 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 14 Aug 1862, Company F, 9th New Hampshire Volunteers. Wounded 30 July 1864, in a mine explosion before Petersburg, Virginia. 28 pieces of buckshot were taken out of his body." "I4447","Brigham, Major Charles Olin","1 Dec 1836","24 Jun 1890","Civil War, Union Army ","Company G, 4th Connecticut Infantry " "I2133","Brigham, Charles Ruggles","1841","15 Dec 1886","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 29 1861 for three years. On 16 Jul 1861 he mustered into the 13th Regiment Company K Massachusetts Volunteers. He was discharged in the field, 23 May 1862, by reason of disability. Afterward he served 22 months in Brigade Band, Corps d'Afrique, stationed in Louisiana." "I707","Brigham, Charles William","12 Aug 1834","","Civil War, Union Army ","7th Massachusetts Infantry" "I7858","Brigham, Clare R","17 Nov 1920","23 Feb 1986","U.S. Army, WWII","Enlisted 22 Oct 1942." "I287","Brigham, Clarence L","18 Dec 1843","25 Jun 1918","Civil War, Union Army ","Company C, 30th Michigan Infantry" "I7698","Brigham, Major General Claude Ernest","14 Apr 1878","15 Jul 1968","U.S. Army","Coast Artillery Corps. He was appointed, Chief, Chemical Warfare Service." "I321","Brigham, Deacon Curtis","21 May 1793","24 Feb 1872","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I2033","Brigham, Doctor Daniel","12 Jun 1760","12 Jun 1837","Continental Army, American Revolution","Surgeon's Mate in Colonel John Rand's regiment. " "I2903","Brigham, Daniel","15 Nov 1760","7 Mar 1807","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Captains Morse Barnes and Pritchard and Colonels Read and Howe." "I3500","Brigham, Daniel","28 Apr 1735","1759","","Daniel was a soldier during the French-Indian Wars. He died during the Crown Point Expedition.

The following is excerpted from ""The Hundredth Town. Glimpses of Life in Westborough 1717-1817"" by Harriette Merrifield Forbes

This was just before the war of 1758. Daniel Brigham, a young man of twenty-three, was drafted into the army, and the most strenuous efforts of the family failed to procure a substitute. Just before leaving home, as he was going up the road for the cattle, late one afternoon, he was startled by seeing before him a man wrapped in an Indian blanket. He recognized the figure and face of the man as his own. It disappeared. His brother, standing in the doorway of the old house, also saw the form. He went to the war with the conviction that he should never return.

A few weeks after, he fell ill of a fever, at Crown Point. When near the point of death, an Englishman found him attended by a friendly Indian, and wrapped in an Indian blanket. Afterwards the Englishman brought back to Grafton this account of the realization of their fears.

The exact spot where this apparition was seen has for many generations been pointed out to the children of the family. It is not far beyond the Brigham homestead, now owned by Mr. E. A. Brigham, on the "" old road,"" just after passing the ""dry bridge.""" "I2593","Brigham, David","4 Apr 1745","27 Sep 1824","Continental Army, American Revolution","he was in Captain Ross Wyman's Artillery Company, Colonel Jonathan Ward's Regiment which marched on the Lexington Alarm; in 1777, marched on an alarm at Bennington in Captain John Maynard's Company, Colonel. Job Cushing's Regiment." "I15101","Brigham, David C","6 Jun 1838","20 Jun 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","POW, Co. D. 22nd Michigan Infantry. Captured at the battle of chickamauga. Died at Andersonville Prison, GA." "I18389","Brigham, David Conant Sr.","26 Sep 1924","22 Aug 2009","U.S. Air Force, Korea","Fighter Pilot" "I887","Brigham, Dexter","25 May 1786","22 Dec 1870","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I4443","Brigham, Dexter","28 Oct 1829","1854","","He went to sea in 1848, and became an officer in the merchant marine. He was in the U. S. Navy stationed on the African coast to intercept the slave trade in 1853. He was an officer of the ""USS Albany,"" which, in 1854, was lost at sea with all on board." "I2153","Brigham, Dexter Pierpont","14 Oct 1843","1 Jun 1911","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 11 Jul 1862 for three years. On 31 Jul 1862 he mustered into the 34th Regiment Company C Massachusetts. Volunteers. He was engaged in sixteen battles. He was wounded in left foot at battle of Stickney's Farm Virginia on 13 Oct 1864. He was promoted to corporal. He was discharged at Richmond Virginia 15 Jun 1865, at the close of war." "I355","Brigham, Don Alphonso","7 Nov 1845","18 Mar 1866","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I2678","Brigham, Don Carlos","21 Feb 1764","27 Mar 1843","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1252","Brigham, Ebenezer","3 Mar 1761","15 Dec 1839","U.S. Army, War of 1812","Captain of Infantry." "I3070","Brigham, Ebenezer","28 Apr 1789","14 Sep 1861","U.S. Army, Blackhawk War","He served as a colonel in the Wisconsin Territorial Militia. Fort Blue Mounds was later built near his home, where he and his neighbors took refuge there during the conflict. He successfully defended the post against several raids by the Sauk and Fox." "I3050","Brigham, Captain Edmund","12 Aug 1733","29 Jun 1806","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as Captain in Major General Ward's Regiment. From ""The History of the Brigham Family Vol 1"" Capt. Edmund was also deacon; he settled near Chauncey Pond in the northeast part of Westboro, and was an important citizen. He was warden in 1774; member of a committee of vigilance and correspondence, '77 and '78; selectman, '79, '87, '88, '91, 93. Was also Captain of the Company of Minute Men who marched on the Lexington Alarm'. He took 18 men to the Northern Army, (who each had a bounty of 9), and at the surrender of Burgoyne he had command of a company of volunteers. Was kicked by a horse, which incapacitated him for further service in the army. British prisoners, destined for Boston, under charge of officers, accompanied him on his journey home, and were encamped on his grounds for a night, as they passed through Westboro. During the halt, a Hessian prisoner drew a map of Capt. Brigham's fine farm as the one he intended to draw for his service in conquering the country. This map was discovered, about 1800, by a citizen from the vicinity of Westboro, hanging upon the wall of an inn in Germany, and recognized. Up to this time, his descendants have failed to find the grave of this Revolutionary hero." "I2135","Brigham, Edmund","19 Oct 1758","22 Apr 1840","Continental Army, American Revolution","A solder of the Revolution. He was a private." "I2027","Brigham, Edward","21 May 1754","5 May 1838","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a Private and Corporal under Captains Wheelock and Brigham, and as a Sergeant under Captain Houghton and Colonels Ward and Jonathan Smith." "I4714","Brigham, Edward H","27 Mar 1845","22 Oct 1880","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 9 Dec 1861, Company M, 1st New Hampshire Volunteer Cavalry. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 1864 wounded and captured 29 June, 1864, in Ream's Station Virginia. Released from Libby Prison, 30 June, 1865." "I4486","Brigham, Doctor Edwin Howard","27 Sep 1840","","Civil War, Union Army ","Hospital Steward, 13th Mass, Vols, Co. A from 20 Jul 1861 to 24 Feb 1864" "I26144","Brigham, Elden Leslie","14 Jun 1907","1 Sep 1994","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I1244","Brigham, Captain Elijah","19 Jul 1776","8 May 1861","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I4674","Brigham, Elijah","14 Mar 1843","","Civil War, Union Army ","134th Ill Regtiment" "I611","Brigham, Reverend Elijah","17 Nov 1804","5 Jan 1878","","He was early a captain in the Militia." "I1181","Brigham, Lieutenant Elijah","5 Sep 1742","8 Jan 1804","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was in Captain Josiah Fay's company of Minute-men, as Lieutenant, and marched on the Lexington Alarm." "I1524","Brigham, Brigadier General Elijah Dana","17 Aug 1813","6 Apr 1868","Civil War, Union Army ","On the thirteenth day of June, 1861 he was commissioned Commissary-General of Massachusetts, with the rank of colonel, which rank he held until May 14, 1864, when he was promoted by the Governor to the rank of brigadier-general. Camp Brigham Massachusetts was so named in his honor." "I3867","Brigham, Elisha","6 Jan 1750","8 Sep 1808","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was at the battle of Saratoga; as a private in Captain Asa Danforth's Company of Volunteers." "I4398","Brigham, Lieutenant Elliott Fay","13 Jan 1839","","Civil War, Union Army ","4th Massachusetts Calvary" "I1792","Brigham, Elnathan","1757","1835","Continental Army, American Revolution","Elnathan Was a pensioner in 1832, and probably was the one recorded as being in Captain Rudd's Company, Tyler's Brigade, when attempting to dislodge the British from Newport, from Aug.2-Sept 12, 1778, and was at the battle of Long Island. Also in Captain Waterman's Company, 6 Sept. to 8 Sept., 1781, and on duty in New London." "I678","Brigham, Captain Ephraim Harris","26 Sep 1822","21 Aug 1877","","The country was still mourning the thousands killed at the battle of Malvern Hill when, on 4 July 1862, President Lincoln shocked the nation by calling for three hundred thousand additional troops. The town of Natick MA was expected to provide one hundred and three men. (enough to staff a company). On 28 July there was a town meeting. United States Senator Henry Wilson, Captain Ephraim H. Brigham, and others addressed the crowd. After a series of town meetings the town of Natick provided one hundred and twenty seven men. Twenty four more than expected.

Before the war Captain Brigham was Deputy Sheriff of the town of Natick. He was discharged from the army 25 Aug 1862. He went on Disability on 5 Sep 1864. In time of peace he was a Commission merchant." "I155","Brigham, Ephraim Monroe","16 Sep 1832","2 Jan 1914","Civil War, Union Army ","He served in the 30th Michigan Infantry Co. C" "I7263","Brigham, Erwin Risley Jr","","","","" "I4857","Brigham, Fletcher","13 Jan 1845","6 Jan 1923","Civil War, Union Army ","Co. C 33 ILL Inf." "I1905","Brigham, Francis Algernon","6 Nov 1838","6 Nov 1917","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted on 29 Jun 1861, for three years. On 16 Jul 1861 he mustered into the 13th Regiment Company K Massachusetts volunteers. He was discharged in Virginia, 2 Apr 1862, by reason of disability. He was afterward mustered 25 Sep,1862, in the 51st Regiment Company E M. V. M. He served in North Carolina and Maryland . He was discharged at Worcester, Massachusetts 27 July 1863, at the expiration of his service." "I20450","Brigham, Francis Ernest","18 Apr 1929","25 Apr 2001","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I5918","Brigham, Doctor Francis Gorham","27 Sep 1882","","U.S. Army, WWI","During World War I Dr. Brigham was in France the practice of his profession with the Army." "I8061","Brigham, Tech Sergeant Francis M","Abt 1923","9 Jan 1943","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","History by: Michael Stupinski

Born in 1923, at the time of the 1930 census Frank was 6 years old and lived at 33 Elizabeth Street with his father George, a lumber yard dealer, his mother Adelphine, and a sister, Marion, age 4. He had completed 4 years of high school and was single when he enlisted for duty in Hartford on July 9, 1941. He gave his occupation as truck driver. Assigned to the 320th Bomber Squadron, 90th Bomber Group, 5th Air Force, he was a radioman / gunner on a B24. His Army Serial Number was 11010936

On January 9, 1943, near the island of New Britain in the Southwest Pacific, Frank's aircraft (serial number 772, the ""Little Eva"") was tracking a Japanese convoy that had been sighted by another aircraft. Flying at 7,000 feet, they spotted the convoy and prepared to make a bombing run against it. At that point 8 Japanese Zeros, flying in groups of four, attacked the bomber from head-on, making repeated runs against the plane. On the sixth attack the nose gunner on the bomber was presumably hit, as he stopped firing. On one of the last runs, the pilot was severely wounded by a bullet that then passed through Sgt. Brigham's left shoulder, also severely wounding him.

The co-pilot took over the controls and dove for cloud cover. The aircraft lost power and the co-pilot prepared the crew for a water landing. The navigator had, by this time, treated Sgt. Brigham's wound the best he could under the circumstances. The wounded pilot helped the co-pilot land the aircraft in the water.

The plane had broken up and was burning when the co-pilot got out of it. He found two empty life rafts, but no other members of the 9-man crew, including Sgt. Brigham, survived. He was in the raft for 9 days before landing on an island, and was eventually picked up after another 4 weeks had passed. Attempts to locate the aircraft and recover the bodies of the crew were fruitless. There is a monument to Sgt. Brigham at Fort William McKinley in Manila, The Philippines. He was awarded the Air Medal and the Purple Heart." "I2341","Brigham, George","7 Mar 1730","26 Mar 1808","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a Private under Captain Silas Gates and Colonel Ward. Eh served as selectman, and a Representative to the General Court." "I7615","Brigham, Lieutenant Colonel George Allen","","","","" "I2023","Brigham, George Cushing","3 Jan 1849","4 Jan 1889","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 8 Aug 1864, for one year. On 12 Aug 1864 he mustered into Company E 4th Heavy Artillery Massachusetts Volunteers He was discharged in Virginia 17 Jun 1865 at the close of war. He made his living as a mechanic." "I3917","Brigham, Captain George Needham","2 May 1831","25 Mar 1896","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in July of 1862 as a Sergeant of Company D 14th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. He was promoted several times making Captain on the 26th of June in 1864. He was wounded at the battles of Gettysburg, Morton's Ford and Reams Station. He was discharged for health reasons on the 8th of Dec 1864.

Service Record:
Enlisted as a Sergeant on 16 July 1862.
Enlisted in Company D, 14th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 20 Aug 1862.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant of Co. I on 16 Nov 1863.
Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant of Co. B on 28 Mar 1864.
Promoted to Full Captain As of Co. B on 26 Jun 1864.
Discharged from Company D, 14th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 8 Dec 1864.

Wounded 7/3/1863 Gettysburg, PA
Wounded 2/6/1864 Morton's Ford, VA
Wounded 8/25/1864 Reams' Station, VA" "I8057","Brigham, Sergeant George Newton","13 Feb 1896","13 Mar 1979","U.S. Army, WWI","He was assigned to Company I, 47th Infantry Regiment, 4th Division. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Purple Heart. On August 19th, 1918, he was on patrol with another soldier behind enemy lines. The two men attacked a German machine gun emplacement killing two enemy soldiers and destroyed the machine gun nest. Although he was wounded (then) Corporal Brigham refused medical treatment until the mission was completed." "I15100","Brigham, George W","29 Feb 1836","16 Mar 1863","Civil War, Union Army ","Died of disease during Service in Co. D, Michigan 22nd Infantry.

" "I3132","Brigham, Lieutenant George Washington","22 Sep 1836","","Civil War, Union Army ","He was 1st Lieutenant and Quartermaster of the 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. " "I11198","Brigham, Captain George Washington","6 Nov 1836","15 May 1862","","He was a Captain in the 117th New York Volunteers. He was killed in the battle of Drury Bluff, Virginia." "I201","Brigham, Gershom","27 Jun 1750","22 Oct 1817","Continental Army, American Revolution","Gershom was a minute man from Marlboro, under Captain William Brigham at Concord in 1775." "I2493","Brigham, Private Harold Montford","6 Apr 1900","","U.S. Marine Corps","He was a student at the High School of Commerce in Worcester Massachusetts. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps at Worcester, 7 Aug 1918; was examined in Boston; sent tot Paris Island, South Carolina 21 Aug.1918. He remained there nearly three months before shipping out to Naval Training Station at Great Lakes Illinois to study aerial gunnery. He then went to Miami Florida where he was attached to Platoon G, Aviation Force. He hen went to Port au Prince, Haiti, where he remained until 2 Aug 1919 when he was transported to Philadelphia Naval Station where he was discharged 10 Sep 1919." "I3686","Brigham, Harrison Merriam","4 Feb 1838","22 Mar 1906","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He enlisted 27 Jun 186 for three years On 16 Jul 1861 he mustered into the 13th Regiment Company K Massachusetts Volunteers. He was transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, Feb. 15, 1864; and was discharged at Washington, D.C, 16 Jul 1864 at the expiration of his service." "I5391","Brigham, Harry Whiting","19 Dec 1890","30 Jan 1919","U.S. Army, WWI","He died of illness while in the service of his country." "I4640","Brigham, Haven T","17 May 1846","Jan 4 1826","Civil War, Union Army ","At 16 he enlisted as a private and served for 6 months he was honorably discharged." "I2344","Brigham, Henry","26 Oct 1752","16 Jan 1829","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a Sergeant under Captain Daniel Barns and an Ensign under Colonel Jonathan Ward." "I4309","Brigham, Captain Henry Gustavus","13 Sep 1836","","Civil War, Union Army ","107th New York Volunteer Regiment." "I728","Brigham, Henry Harrison","19 Feb 1841","2 Sep 1873","Civil War, Union Army ","He served tor 3 years in Arkansas and Fortress Munroe." "I3133","Brigham, Henry Harrison","1 Sep 1840","13 Oct 1867","Civil War, Union Army ","Henry enlisted on August 12, 1861. He reenlisted at Columbus, Ohio on January 1, 1864. He entered the 2nd Ohio Cavalry as a farrier. A farrier is a blacksmith that specializes in shoeing horses as well as caring for their hooves. He was shot in the hip at the Battle of Cedar Creek, near Strasburg, Virginia on October 19, 1864. They were unable to remove the projectile and it caused him problems for the rest of his life.

He was again shot, this time in the right arm on March 31, 1865 at the Battle of Dinwiddie Court House at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was discharged July 16, 1865 due to disability." "I4291","Brigham, Major Henry Otis","2 Sep 1830","22 Jan 1868","U.S. Army","Educated at Norwich, Vermont, Military Academy. He was a drummer boy in the Mexican War at age l6. He became 1st
Lieutenant then government clerk at Washington DC in 1861, a paymaster in volunteer service at the head of the Pay Department of the Gulf from 1863 to 1865. In Regular Service he was stationed at Detroit." "I25950","Brigham, Irving Arthur","27 May 1871","14 Mar 1947","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","Company C, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry" "I3400","Brigham, Ithamar","6 Oct 1729","3 May 1784","Continental Army, American Revolution","A Solder of the Revolution. He was a Captain under Colonel Ward during the Lexington alarm. He served as a Marlborough Selectman." "I19442","Brigham, Jack Duane","5 Feb 1939","15 May 1991","U.S. Army","" "I3394","Brigham, James","2 Oct 1717","15 Mar 1794","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1196","Brigham, Sergeant Joel","5 Mar 1756","25 Jun 1813","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served under Captain A. Holden and Colonel Nixon from 1775-1782." "I2147","Brigham, Lieutenant Joel","12 Sep 1785","3 Oct 1837","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He was a Lieutenant in the War of 1812. He came to Chautauqua Co. NY, soon after his fathers death. He settled on the land owned by his father. A few years after, he went to Buffalo with Captain Perkins by lake, taking with him a wagon for sale, for which there was no need in this wooded county; He returned on foot; and when in the 4 mile woods, about a mile beyond Cattaraugus Creek, he heard the report of a gun, and felt a pain, similar to a ""bee sting"". On looking around, he spied a young Indian beside a tree, preparing to load his gun to fire again, but having broken his ramrod, he could not get the ball down. He shook his cane at the young redskin, and made some threats. He soon found he had been shot through the body; the ball having passed through the fold of the intestines and out in front, 2 inches from the navel. Beginning to feel intense pain, and becoming weak, he feared he could not reach safety, and on a scrap of paper, wrote with a piece of lead, an explanation of his condition. He succeeded , however, in getting near Mack's ferry, where he was heard calling for assistance. He was carried to Mack's Tavern, where he was for several days deranged and unconscious. Surgeons from Buffalo attended him and he was confined for 2 or 3 months. On the return of consciousness he thought he could identify the offender. if brought into his presence. Mr. Mack had a number of Indians brought before him. He at once recognized the offender, Longfinger, about 17 years of age. He was found guilty, and imprisoned in Buffalo jail, for 30 days. Though he lived many more years, his injuries are supposed to have hastened his death." "I2156","Brigham, Joel","2 Oct 1714","7 Apr 1797","Continental Army, American Revolution","A private under Captain Howe, Colonel Ward following the 19 Apr 1775 alarm that the British were on the march from Boston. He was a Member of the Committees of Correspondence and Shadow governments organized by the Patriot leaders of the 13 Original Colonies." "I2914","Brigham, Joel","5 Apr 1751","Abt 1840","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served under Captain Barnes and Colonel Howe." "I1769","Brigham, John","19 May 1762","10 Jan 1833","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I3011","Brigham, Deacon John","24 Mar 1790","16 Jul 1868","U.S. Army, War of 1812","Captain." "I2916","Brigham, John","16 Apr 1758","20 Aug 1828","Continental Army, American Revolution","John was a Soldier of the American Revolution also of the war of 1812. He was a private under Captain Amasa Cranston and Colonel Samuel Denny." "I527","Brigham, John","8 Aug 1758","2 Apr 1841","Continental Army, American Revolution","There was John, a corporal, and John, a private, from Princeton, and probably it was the service of one man. As a corporal he served only 27 days in Oct., 1777; marching to reinforce Gen. Gates at Saratoga ; as a private he served a little over 3 mos. in Col. Rand's Worcester Co. Regiment in 1780. Resided first at Alstead, New Hampshire and went to Ackworth in 1805." "I4102","Brigham, John Baker","11 Aug 1835","","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in 1862, in Co. D, 35th Massachusetts Volunteers. He served 3 years." "I4144","Brigham, John Calvin","15 Aug 1833","21 Jan 1869","Civil War, Union Army ","9th New York Volunteers. Enlisted 8 Jun 1861. Discharged 16 July 1862 " "I619","Brigham, John D","5 Aug 1834","27 Feb 1900","Civil War, Union Army ","15th Massachusetts Volunteers. POW Captured at Leesburg Virginia." "I15162","Brigham, John Lowell","6 Jun 1832","10 Oct 1874","Civil War, Union Army ","1st Mass Cavalry" "I569","Brigham, Captain Jonas Jr","29 Oct 1748","1826","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Sargent and a Captain under Lt. Colonel Converse." "I4010","Brigham, Jonas","29 Aug 1790","9 Feb 1822","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I3117","Brigham, Jonathan","29 Oct 1754","26 Jul 1848","","Was one of the ""Minute Men"" who responded to the call in April, 1775, under Capt. Daniel Burns and Col. Henshaw, Massachusetts Militia. Enlisted April, 1775, to Feb., 1776, serving as private in the Company of Capt. Barns and Col. Artemas Ward. Enlisted Oct. 2, 1777, as private under Capt. Morse and Col. Read. Residence at time of enlistment, Marlborough, MA. Was at the battles of Bunker Hill and Saratoga. Applied for pension, April 30, 1818, at which time he was a resident of Chautauqua County. He moved from Oneida County, N. Y., in 1810, and settled in the town of Sheridan, Chautauqua County, and in 1813 moved to Mayville." "I4086","Brigham, Jonathan","22 Oct 1754","26 Jul 1848","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Captain Barnes and Colonel Ward." "I3006","Brigham, Lieutenant Joseph","27 Sep 1743","25 Aug 1810","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm in Captain William Brigham's Co. He was 2nd Lieutenant in Captain Paul Brigham's Company. He was commissioned 5 Sep 1776." "I3040","Brigham, Captain Joseph","2 Jun 1774","19 Jul 1846","Continental Army, American Revolution","Captain of an Artillery Company. " "I4628","Brigham, Colonel Joseph Henry","12 Dec 1838","30 Jun 1904","Civil War, Union Army ","Commander of the 69th Ohio Volunteer Infantry." "I3945","Brigham, Josiah","1 Sep 1788","24 Jul 1867","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I3185","Brigham, Leander","23 Mar 1823","19 Jun 1888","Civil War, Union Army ","He had serious thoughts of enlisting early in the conflict, but delayed doing so until the call came for the 300,000 nine months men. He then went into the 52d regiment, Co. G, being mustered in, Oct. 11, 1862. He went to Louisiana surviving some of the hard marches, and picket duty, but died, a victim of illness." "I3386","Brigham, Lieutenant Colonel Levi","21 Aug 1717","1 Feb 1787","Continental Army, American Revolution","At the age of 41 years old, he was Cornet of the Shrewsbury Troop of Horse, commanded by Captain Benjamin Eager, attached to the 3d regiment of Militia of the counties of Middlesex and Worcester. He served as delegate from Northborough in the Provincial Congress during its 3 sessions. He was commissioned Lieut. Colonel in the 6th Worcester County regiment under Col. John Goulding and Major Job Cushing of Shrewsbury (later promoted to Colonel). In 1778 Col. Brigham received 27 from the town of Northborough for his services in the war since 19 Apr 1775." "I3736","Brigham, Lieutenant Levi","26 Aug 1746","26 Apr 1821","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a Lieutenant and as a Member of the Committee for Safety." "I4272","Brigham, Lorenzo D","10 Aug 1837","","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 29 Aug 1862 in Company H, 8th Infantry Regiment, Massachusetts.
Mustered out of Company H, 8th Infantry 7 Aug 1863 at Boston MA.
" "I1220","Brigham, Lovell","1 Dec 1754","Apr 1824","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1857","Brigham, Sergeant Lyman Farwell","26 Sep 1828","19 Nov 1892","Civil War, Union Army ","Company G, 15th New York Volunteer Engineers" "I1525","Brigham, Mary","6 May 1678","","","Mary was distinguished for heroism in the Indian War. When her father died he left her $375 in his will.

18 Aug 1707 Mary, two of her children, and Miss Mary Goodnow, daughter of Samuel Goodnow were gathering herbs in a meadow when they saw twenty or more Indian warriors stealthily approaching. They immediately ran for the fortified home of Samuel Goodnow. Mary who was six months pregnant, and her children succeeded in reaching it and closing the gate before their pursuers could overtake them. There was one man in the garrison at the time. The rest of the men were at work in the field. The savages attempted to break through the enclosure. They were however repelled by the heroic defenders inside. Mrs. Fay (Nee Brigham) loaded the muskets handing them to her male companion who was able to maintain constant fire upon the enemy. Hearing the gun fire the men in the field returned and the enemy retreated. The name of the male companion was not recorded.

Mary Goodnow being lame from birth could not escape her pursuers. She was overtaken, seized and dragged into the woods.

The same day the Indians surprised and took two men who were laboring in the field. Jonathan Wilder, a native of Lancaster and a Mr. Howe of Marlborough. Mr. Howe was able to escape but, Jonathan was killed.

The next day Capt. Thomas Howe, of Marlborough and about twenty men pursued the Indians. They were joined by another twenty or so men from Lancaster. They overtook the enemy who now numbered thirty-six., a battle ensued in which two white men (John Farren and Richard Singeltary) and ten to twelve Indians died. The packs of the Indians fell into the hands of the whites. In one of them was the scalp of Miss Goodnow.

A few days latter her mangled body was found and buried." "I20464","Brigham, Mike Ernest","4 Jun 1953","5 Mar 2004","U.S. Navy, Vietnam","" "I3638","Brigham, Moses Woods","18 Dec 1801","","","A member of Captain Amasa Turner's Company at the battle of San Jacinto. This was was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution." "I1665","Brigham, Captain Nathan","13 Mar 1730","9 Feb 1806","Continental Army, French and Indian War","From History of the Brigham Family Vol 1: ""He was a Lieut, in the first French War and a distinguished officer. In the service he became warmly attached to Capt. Thomas Gage, afterwards Gen. Gage. To avenge the massacre at Fort William Henry, he and a party volunteered, under the command of Capt. Rogers, to penetrate into Canada, attack and burn the town of St. Francis, and retreat. Having accomplished the task, they were pursued and overtaken by the Indians, who killed and scalped 30 of their number. The remainder fled into the wilderness, and for the most part perished. Of the few who lived to return was Lieut. Brigham, whose deeds of valor were eulogized in ballads. He settled in Southborough, one-half a mile east of the meeting-house. Among other town offices he was chosen one of a committee to 'seat the meeting' in 1778; and one to revise the constitution reported to the towns, in 1786, for their consideration."" " "I2524","Brigham, Corporal Nathaniel","7 Oct 1785","17 Sep 1870","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He was a Corporal in Captain Pierpont Brigham's Company of Massachusetts Militia. He served 10 Sep 1814 to 1 Nov 1814." "I2732","Brigham, Doctor Origin","1757","1816","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a physician and surgeon in the Revolution. He was the leading physician in Schoharie, New York.. He was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. He was Surgeon's mate with Warner in Bailey's 2nd Regiment in 1781." "I2980","Brigham, Orleans","10 Dec 1773","6 Jun 1864","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I1330","Brigham, Captain Otis","16 Apr 1788","15 Apr 1872","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He was Captain in the war of 1812 and helped to raise troops for the Civil War. He was a prosperous farmer, yet found time to devote to church and town affairs. For 40 years he was superintendent of the first Sunday-school started in Westborough. He was selectman 1827-'28, 1830-'33, 1836-'43; overseer of the poor and moderator of town meetings for many years. He was Representative from Westborough in 1839 and 1840." "I3381","Brigham, Captain Paul","26 Mar 1737","4 Jun 1777","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served under Colonel Ezekiel Howe." "I3235","Brigham, Major General Paul","6 Jan 1746","15 Jun 1824","Continental Army, American Revolution","2nd Vermont Governor. He was a Captain in the Revolutionary War in a Connecticut regiment commanded, first, by Colonel Chandler and afterward by Colonel Isaac Sherman. He entered the Army 1 Jan 1777 and was discharged 22 Apr 1781. A portion of the time he served under the immediate command of General George Washington, and was engaged in the important battles of Germantown, Monmouth, and Fort Mifflin. He wintered in Valley Forge 1777-1778. He was enlisted by General McDougal from Coventry, Connecticut and his regiment seems to have been largely composed of men from that section of the State.

After the war he moved to Norwich, Vermont, where he became a local and state leader, serving in numerous offices including Member of the Vermont House of Representatives, Delegate to Vermont's constitutional conventions, High Sheriff of Windsor County, presidential elector, and Major General of the Vermont Militia. Brigham was Windsor County Assistant Judge from 1783 to 1786 and 1790 to 1795, Probate Judge in 1800, and Presiding Judge in 1801. He served on the Governor's Council from 1792 to 1796, and was Lieutenant Governor from 1796 to 1813, and acted as Governor in 1797 after the resignation and death of Governor Thomas Chittenden. After losing the lieutenant governorship in 1814, Brigham returned to the office in 1815 and served until 1820. The journal of his Army experiences was published as ""A Revolutionary Diary of Captain Paul Brigham, November 19, 1777-September 4, 1778.""" "I3756","Brigham, Deacon Paul","17 Jun 1761","17 Nov 1838","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Colonel Chandler." "I1275","Brigham, Sergeant Phineas","23 Jul 1755","Aft 1793","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a soldier of the Revolution. He was a private under Captain Edmund Brigham's Company of Minute Men, and marched on the Lexington Alarm. He enlisted in the army, and in 1777 marched with Captain Brigham to reinforce the Northern Army, but went only as far as Hadley and returned. He saw further service in 1778 in Colonel John Jacob's Massachusetts Regiment." "I1730","Brigham, Phineas","22 Jan 1815","20 May 1889","Civil War, Union Army ","Company B, 153rd N.Y. Infantry" "I1035","Brigham, Captain Pierpont","16 Sep 1780","6 Oct 1836","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I1537","Brigham, Pliny","","","U.S. Army, War of 1812","Pliny served at New London, under Captain Moses Hayden." "I15615","Brigham, Ralph H","27 May 1867","","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","Co. A. 2nd Mass. Regt. He was at El Caney and San Juan Hill." "I5019","Brigham, Doctor Reeder Smith","16 Jun 1832","11 Mar 1890","U.S. Navy","For one year he was a surgeon in the United States Navy. He practiced in Weston Missouri, Cairo Illinois and Indianapolis Indiana. " "I11197","Brigham, Richard Henry Lee","7 Feb 1835","31 Jul 1878","","He was in the 49th New York Volunteers. He was discharged disabled after hard service." "I41","Brigham, Robert Leroy","","","","" "I8064","Brigham, Rodney Lewis","","","","" "I2075","Brigham, Roger","28 Feb 1762","18 Nov 1837","Continental Army, American Revolution","""History of the Brigham Family"" says he was a soldier of the Revolution. I have not sourced that elsewhere." "I26147","Brigham, Rolland Irwin","16 Sep 1913","26 Jul 1950","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I726","Brigham, Salem Tilly","17 Oct 1824","8 Oct 1903","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in Co. G 5th MA Vol. from Woburn, 27 Jul 1864, for one hundred days. He was honorably discharged l6 Nov 1864." "I251","Brigham, Captain Samuel","12 Jan 1652","24 Jul 1713","Queen Anne's War","During Queen Anne's War, Samuel Brigham was one of the committee to assign the inhabitants of Marlborough to the twenty-six log forts erected. Among these, Samuel Brigham's Garrison, Thomas Brigham's Garrison, and Nathan Brigham's Garrison. In this war Samuel Brigham was the lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Howe. He received a bounty for destroying an Indian. While he was called Captain during the years of the Revolutionary war there is no Revolutionary War marker at his grave" "I1309","Brigham, Doctor Samuel Jr","3 Mar 1723","15 Feb 1756","Continental Army, American Revolution","As a surgeon, he spent 14 weeks on the Crown Point expedition,under Colonel Joshua Browne." "I3810","Brigham, Samuel","1 Jul 1741","28 Feb 1836","Continental Army, American Revolution","According to ""The History of the Brigham Family"" says he was probably was a private in Captain Job Cushing's Company of Minute-men which marched on the Lexington Alarm. " "I2917","Brigham, Samuel","3 Dec 1760","2 Mar 1813","","He was a Private under Colonels Dike and Read." "I1899","Brigham, Samuel","23 Oct 1789","17 Aug 1872","U.S. Army, War of 1812","Drummer" "I1321","Brigham, Samuel Neat","15 Nov 1843","28 Jan 1872","U.S. Navy","He was a midshipman in the Navy." "I4570","Brigham, Reverend Sidney S","15 Feb 1836","11 May 1921","Civil War, Union Army ","Co H, 3rd Vt Vols mustered out Captain Jul 1864 having been in 27 battles and skirmishes." "I2630","Brigham, Silas","16 Oct 1791","26 Mar 1850","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I944","Brigham, Silas H","5 Jan 1844","21 Mar 1930","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 9 August 1864, for one year; On 12 Aug 1864 he mustered into Company E 4th Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers. He was promoted to corporal, and was discharged in Virginia, 17 Jun 1865, at the close of war. He had previously served ninety days (May 4 to Aug. 2, 1864) in the 6th Unattached Company, Militia, stationed at Readville, Massachusetts." "I3752","Brigham, Silvanus","30 Jul 1785","","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I1089","Brigham, Silvester","17 Jun 1807","Jan 1872","","He was in the Black Hawk War, and noted for courage and strength." "I1797","Brigham, Lieutenant Stephan","1744","7 May 1816","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served in the 8th Company 5th Connecticut Regiment." "I3897","Brigham, Captain Stephen","13 May 1754","11 Oct 1849","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was at Bunker Hill; under Lieutenant Clayes and Captain Jonathan Whitcomb." "I11207","Brigham, Stephen Orson","8 Sep 1887","4 Aug 1918","U.S. Army, WWI","In World War I, he was a First Lieutenant in the 127th Infantry, Company G, American Expeditionary Forces. He was killed in action, on St. Gilles Road, near Dravegny France, on 4 August 1918. His body was returned to the U.S., and reburied at Forest Hill, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin on 31 June 1921." "I4203","Brigham, Theodore","29 Jun 1833","27 Apr 1899","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in the United States Navy in 1857 and went to the Mediterranean. In 1861 he enlisted in Company B of the 6th Massachusetts Volunteers, and was in the Baltimore Riot. He was discharged in August of the same year." "I3873","Brigham, Thomas","7 Jul 1786","5 Jul 1814","U.S. Army, War of 1812","After three years service in the War of 1812 he was killed in battle on Chippewa Plains, Canada. From History of the Brigham Family:

He met a recruiting officer and enlisted for 9 months in the War of 1812. He was told that he would not have to serve for several weeks. Late that night he received orders to march; hastily sending a messenger to Plymouth, he marched with his company, after sending word to his wife. When he was slain he was with a scouting party, who were all killed and buried in a trench on the Canadian side of the Niagara River. A In 1987 a trench full of human bones was found on the bank of the river, and from some buttons found it was known that the remains were those of American soldiers. The Canadian government permitted the U. S. soldiers to come into Canada and give the remains a military burial. These may have been the bones of that scouting party." "I7715","Brigham, Corporal Thomas B","4 Jun 1840","20 Mar 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","Company G, 9th Massachusetts. Infantry. Enlisted on 11 June 1861. He fought in 23 battles. He was wounded at Gaines Mills, Virginia. He was discharged as a Corporal on 21, June, 1864 because of disability, the result of wounds in the neck and leg." "I7666","Brigham, Master Sergeant Thomas Otis","","","","" "I1142","Brigham, Captain Tilly","6 Jun 1748","17 Aug 1808","Continental Army, American Revolution","His service was a little over 13 mos., beginning June 30, 1778." "I1450","Brigham, Timothy","16 Feb 1735","5 Oct 1828","Continental Army, American Revolution","In 1775 he entered the Revolutionary army as Captain; was second in command under Captain Samuel Wood of Marlborough of the company of Minute Men, which marched down to Cambridge on 19th of April, 1775, and which was in the battle of Bunker Hill, on the 17th of June following. He received 18 from the town for the first term of service." "I2313","Brigham, Colonel Timothy","10 Oct 1698","1 Oct 1775","Continental Army, American Revolution","Colonel Timothy was a soldier of the revolution. He was a leader in the movement to set off Southborough from Marlborough. On 14 Aug 1727 the first town-meeting of Southborough was held at his house. He was often moderator of town-meetings. For 24 years he was the town treasurer and selectman of Southborough. He served as Representative, 1753, 1756 and 1769. He was among the first of the patriots to take a stand with the colonies in the Revolutionary struggle. He was first on a committee of rights who reported a series of spirited resolutions in 1773. He died during the siege of Boston." "I2340","Brigham, Lieutenant Uriah","10 Sep 1727","22 Oct 1782","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2624","Brigham, Uriah","3 Nov 1722","25 Jan 1777","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was in charge of a rifle battery and took care of expense accounts for South Coventry. His anxiety for his country was believed to have hastened his death." "I4751","Brigham, Virgil D","11 Nov 1842","","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in 1862, Company I 84th Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was taken prisoner at Petersburg Virginia in 1864. He died. in prison in Salisbury North Carolina." "I17604","Brigham, Walter A","29 Feb 1844","1919","Civil War, Union Army ","Company D, 25th Massachusetts Volenteer Infantry" "I2220","Brigham, Warren Luther","25 Jan 1846","13 Mar 1880","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 9 Sep 1862 for nine months. He mustered into the 46th Regiment Company D Massachusetts Volunteer Militia on 25 Sep 1826 He was discharged at Newbern North Carolina 28 May 1863, by reason of disability. He afterward served ninety days (May 4 to Aug. 2, 1864) in 6th Unattached Company, Militia stationed at Readville, Massachusetts." "I4110","Brigham, Wilbur F","9 Apr 1839","13 Nov 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","He was very anxious to serve his country in the civil war but the impaired sight of one eye barred him from service. When the call came for men for 100-day service he was allowed to enlist and go out with Company I, 5th Regiment." "I3785","Brigham, Captain William","20 Dec 1784","3 Jul 1879","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He was Capt. of a Militia Company in 1812, and offered himself for the war, but was never called out." "I973","Brigham, William","2 Apr 1779","8 Dec 1811","","William was mortally wounded at the battle of Tippecanoe." "I4111","Brigham, William F","9 Apr 1839","6 Feb 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in the Civil War and mustered into Company 9, 36th regiment. He was promoted to Captain but, he became ill and was discharged for disability and was never able to serve as Captain." "I4251","Brigham, William Frank","4 Apr 1842","18 Jul 1864","","Company F 18th Massachusetts Infantry. He served 3 years." "I4598","Brigham, Honorable William Hartwell","1 Feb 1863","22 May 1911","","Lt Mass Co. M 5th Infantry 1887. Major and Asst Inspector of Rifle Practice on staff of the first Brigade. Lt Col and Inspector Gen Staff of Gov Crane 1900 Brig Gen and Inspector General staff of Gov Crane 1901-03 Brig Gen and Inspector Gen staff of Gov Bates 1903 and 1904 staff of Gov Guild 1906" "I2333","Brigham, William Henry","1841","29 Aug 1896","Civil War, Union Army ","Served in the 24th Michigan Infantry Co. C. Mustered in, Aug 15, 1862. Detroit MI. Mustered out, June 30, 1865 Detroit, MI." "I5215","Brigham, William Henry Brewster","13 Aug 1841","27 Oct 1931","Civil War, Union Navy","He served in the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry as a musician. When that enlistment ran out he became a private in Company I of New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. At the end of that enlistment he enlisted in the Navy and served as a landsman aboard the U.S.S. Ohio." "I1736","Brigham, Second Lieutenant William Munroe Jr","12 Dec 1894","23 Jul 1918","U.S. Army, WWI","He was a student at Norwich University, Northfield VT. There he was the tenor soloist of the collage glee club and a member of the Quartet. In May of 1917 he enlisted in the 1st Reserve Officers Training Camp in Plattsburg NY. He was commissioned 2nd LT of Co. D 104th Inf. 26th Yankee Div. and assigned for overseas duty in World War I. In the second battle of the Marne LT Brigham lead a charge on an enemy machine gun position at Epieds north of Chateau Thierry. He was killed while giving the command ""Come on!"", He was cited for exceptional gallantry by Gen. Edwards, Commander of the 26th Div. Gen. Pershing, recommended him for the Distinguished Service Cross. In 1942, in Marlborough MA, a plaque honoring him was placed on the lawn between the Baptist Church and West Main Street." "I4692","Brigham, William Oakley","16 May 1836","","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted Sep 1862 Co G, 13th Vt Vols was in the battle of Gettysburg, honorably discharged in 1863." "I966","Brooks, Dellison","8 Apr 1918","11 Jun 1988","U.S. Army, WWII","Enlisted 5 Apr 1943" "I19199","Brooks, George Wheelock","11 Dec 1895","28 Mar 1960","U.S. Army, WWI","Company C, 309 Signal Battalion " "I846","Brooks, Levi","1827","1902","Civil War, Union Army ","27th Massachusetts Voluenteers" "I847","Brooks, Samuel","1829","1903","Civil War, Union Army ","37th Massachusetts Voluenteers" "I29235","Brown, Hugh Card","22 Oct 1919","16 Mar 1942","England, Royal Air Force WWII","He enlisted in the 133 Squadron RAF. It was one of the Eagle squadrons formed from American volunteers serving with the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. He was killed during a bad weather test flight that crashed." "I3002","Brown, Captain Samuel","8 Dec 1700","","","French and Indian War" "I14370","Buell, Lieutenant Commander Elsie","30 Oct 1910","5 Oct 2006","U.S. Navy","In 1950, she enlisted in the Navy as a nurse in the Navy Nurse Corps, retiring as a lieutenant commander in 1970." "I14363","Buell, Harold Lloyd","4 Nov 1919","14 Aug 2014","U.S. Navy, WWII","Served December 1940 to January 1962. Approximate flight hours: jet: 600 prop: 3,750. 415 fixed wing carrier/ship landings. Combat awards: Navy Cross, Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross (X3), Purple Heart (X2), and four Presidential Unit Citations.

From the orders awarding him the Navy Cross:

The President of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Cross to Lieutenant Harold Lloyd Buell (NSN: 0-104297), United States Naval Reserve, for extraordinary heroism in operations against the enemy while serving as Pilot of a carrier-based Navy Dive Bomber and Flight Leader in Bombing Fighting Squadron TWO (VBF-2), attached to the U.S.S. HORNET (CV-12), in action against the enemy fleet in the vicinity of the East Philippine Sea on 20 June 1944. In the face of intense, accurate anti-aircraft fire, which blew a three-foot hole in his wing just after release, Lieutenant Buell led his division in a determined, devastating dive bombing attack, himself scoring a direct hit on the large enemy carrier under attack. Although wounded by a fragment from the shell that hit is wing, he flew his severely damaged plane through the night back to our carrier forces. By his brilliant airmanship, aggressive fighting spirit and unwavering devotion to duty, Lieutenant Buell contributed materially to the success of our operations in this historic engagement, and his great personal valor in the face of grave peril was in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service." "I10201","Burroughs, Edgar Rice","1 Sep 1875","19 Mar 1950","U.S. Army","He was diagnosed with heart problems, therefore ineligible to serve, he was discharged in 1897" "I10190","Burroughs, Major George Tyler","13 Oct 1833","15 Feb 1913","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I3702","Bush, George Herbert Walker","12 Jun 1924","","U.S. Navy, WWII","After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Bush decided to join the US Navy. After completing the 10-month course, on 9 June 1943, he was commissioned as an ensign in the Navy Reserves. Just three days before his 19th birthday, this made him the youngest naval aviator to that date. On 2 September 1944, Bush piloted one of four Grumman Avenger aircraft that attacked the Japanese installations on Chichijima. During the attack, the Avengers encountered intense anti-aircraft fire. Bush's aircraft was hit by flack and his engine caught on fire. Despite his plane being on fire, Bush completed his attack and released bombs over his target, scoring several damaging hits. With his engine burning, Bush flew several miles from the island, where he and one other two crew members on the Avenger bailed out. The other man's parachute did not open. The third man was unable to get out of the plane. Both crew members were killed as a result of the battle. Bush waited for four hours in a raft, while fighters circled protectively overhead. He was rescued by the submarine USS Finback. For the next month he remained on the Finback, and participated in the rescue of other pilots. He flew a total of 58 combat missions for which he received the Distinguished Flying Cross. Because of his valuable combat experience, Bush was reassigned to a training wing for new torpedo pilots. Upon the Japanese surrender in 1945, Bush was honorably discharged. After the war Bush married and resumed his education entering Yale University. He graduated in 1948 with a BA in Economics." "I7593","Bush, George Prescott","24 Apr 1976","","U.S. Navy Reserve","Presently serving as an intelligence officer. He has said that, that attending the 2006 launch of the aircraft carrier named for his grandfather, the ""USS George H.W. Bush"", inspired him to join the navy. He served 8 months in Operation Enduring Freedom. During that deployment, he used a different name for security purposes. Not even those he was serving with knew his real identity." "I640","Bush, George Walker","6 Jul 1946","","U.S. Air National Guard","He graduated from Yale University in 1968 with a BA in history. In May of 1968 he enlisted in the Texas Air National Guard. After two years of active duty service he drilled until 1973 when he was transferred to inactive duty status. He was honorably discharged in November of 1974." "I1137","Bush, Prescott Sheldon Sr","15 May 1895","8 Oct 1972","U.S. Army, WWI","Field artillery captain with the American Expeditionary Forces 1917 - 1919" "I25944","Butler, Hazel Gertrude","27 Sep 1892","27 Dec 1984","U.S. Army, WWI","Army Nurse Corps" "I29914","Butterfield, James Richard","12 Aug 1923","20 Sep 1996","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I30205","Butterfield, Alexander P","6 Apr 1926","","U.S. Air Force, Vietam","Colonel" "I29879","Butterfield, Almon Denley","11 Jul 1905","20 Feb 1975","U.S. Army","" "I2516","Butterfield, Benjamin","1726","","Continental Army, American Revolution","Enlisted 1 Jan 1777, POW 7 July 1777 to Nov 1777." "I668","Butterfield, Ensign Benjamin","25 May 1702","","Continental Army, French and Indian War","" "I29929","Butterfield, Boyd T","22 Jan 1930","1 Jul 1995","","Korea. Branch unknown. his name appears on the Herriman Cemetery Veteran's memorial. " "I15768","Butterfield, Daniel Adams","31 Oct 1831","17 Jul 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","In a series of six major battles known as the ""Seven Days Battles"", at Gaines' Mill on the Chickahominy River, in Hanover County, Virginia on June 27, 1862, he was wounded but demonstrated bravery that was eventually recognized in 1892, with the Medal of Honor.

The reason given on orders for the award reads: ""Seized the colors of the 83d Pennsylvania Volunteers at a critical moment and, under a galling fire of the enemy, encouraged the depleted ranks to renewed exertion.""" "I29937","Butterfield, Douglas Reuben","19 Nov 1923","2 Aug 2014","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I29904","Butterfield, Franklin Herman","19 Apr 1926","8 Jun 2008","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I30005","Butterfield, Glenn Lamar","14 May 1931","14 Apr 2008","U.S. Navy, Korea","Corpsman" "I29913","Butterfield, Herbert William","7 Dec 1944","27 Jul 1944","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I30203","Butterfield, Horace Bushnell","1899","1986","U.S. Navy","" "I2207","Butterfield, Isaac","7 May 1742","12 Oct 1812","Continental Army, American Revolution","He responded to the Lexington Alarm under Captain Reuben Butterfield (his cousin)." "I30164","Butterfield, Jacob Kemp","17 Feb 1813","1 Nov 1889","U.S. Army Mexican-American War","Served in the Mormon Battalion, the only religiously based unit in U.S. military history." "I30033","Butterfield, James Reed","1921","21 Mar 1945","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","KIA" "I5742","Butterfield, Jonathan","1671","2 Jun 1744","","He was one of a scouting party (Green's Groton in the Indian Wars)." "I29999","Butterfield, Melvin","24 Jun 1932","21 Sep 2013","U.S. Army (National Guard)","Served in the 19th Special Forces Group, Korea and, Vietnam." "I5748","Butterfield, Nathaniel","","1758","Continental Army, French and Indian War","Died on the Crown Point expedition." "I29910","Butterfield, William Henry","3 Aug 1895","5 Nov 1990","U.S. Army Air Service, WWI","He served with the 91st Division in France and Belgium." "I7167","Campbell, Marion F","28 Aug 1906","13 Jun 1970","U.S. Army, WWII","Captain, Army Nurse Corps" "I8777","Carter, Deacon Ephraim","1748","1818","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as corporal at the Lexington Alarm, and, 1776, served as ensign." "I27522","Chamberlain, Leo Andrew","10 Apr 1915","14 Dec 2003","U.S. Army","" "I28293","Chamberlain, Robert","11 Jul 1932","8 May 2004","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I17649","Chase, Daniel A","13 Jan 1830","7 Apr 1899","Civil War, Union Navy","Served as a surgeon." "I23406","Chase, Jonathan","6 Dec 1732","14 Jan 1800","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I30121","Christensen, Claud A","27 Nov 1923","3 May 1945","U.S. Army, WWII","PFC 764 Field Artillery Battalion. KIA" "I30119","Christensen, John Louis","13 Feb 1922","26 Sep 1984","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I28505","Churchill, John Strange Spencer","4 Feb 1880","27 Feb 1947","","British Army. Boer War, WWI." "I28519","Churchill, Randolph Frederick Edward","28 May 1911","6 Jun 1968","","Served in World War II with the British SAS (Special Air Service)." "I28520","Churchill, Sarah","7 Oct 1914","24 Sep 1982","","WWII British Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF)" "I28504","Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer","30 Nov 1874","24 Jan 1965","British Army","" "I21155","Clapp, Asa G","15 Mar 1762","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I7332","Clark, Louis George","3 Jun 1910","12 Mar 1970","U.S. Navy, WWII","MM1" "I7330","Clark, Robert Laverne","","","","" "I12458","Coe, Captain John","10 May 1658","19 Apr 1741","Continental Army, French and Indian War","He was commissioned ensign of the Foot Company of Stratford in 1698, lieutenant in 1706, and captain in 1709." "I7358","Coffman, Gary L","9 Mar 1939","30 Apr 2008","U.S. Army","Reserves" "I7338","Coffman, John Henry","11 May 1893","21 Mar 1967","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I7339","Coffman, Rondall Ellsworth","9 Dec 1923","5 Apr 2005","U.S. Army, WWII","Spec 5" "I8147","Collins, Ebenezer","23 Jul 1762","5 Mar 1845","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served under Captain Judah Allen and Colonel Ebanezer Sprout." "I5347","Compton, Norris M","26 Apr 1836","","Civil War, Union Army ","29th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Company F." "I25632","Crosby, Alpheus Benning","22 Feb 1832","9 Aug 1877","","Brigade Surgeon, 1st New Hampshire Volunteers." "I11135","Crosby, Doctor Ebenezer","30 Sep 1753","16 Jul 1788","Continental Army, American Revolution","He graduated from Harvard College and became a doctor. He served as a surgeon in the Army during the American Revolution." "I23113","Crosby, Enoch","4 Jan 1750","26 Jun 1835","Continental Army, American Revolution","Served as a spy." "I15649","Crosby, Josiah","24 Nov 1730","15 Oct 1793","Continental Army, American Revolution","Served in French Indian war and the Revolution." "I10774","Damon, Jason","30 Jul 1763","30 May 1835","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I343","Dana, General James","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served seven years and commanded a company at the battle of Bunker Hill." "I8891","Daniels, Ephraim","25 Mar 1707","Apr 1747","Continental Army, French and Indian War","He was a soldier in the French War and died of measles when approaching Boston on his way home from Port Royal. The Mendon VRs report that Ephraim was ""buried at sea about 3 leagues from Boston."" " "I8891","Daniels, Ephraim","25 Mar 1707","Apr 1747","Continental Army, French and Indian War","He was a soldier in the French War and died of measles when approaching Boston on his way home from Port Royal. The Mendon VRs report that Ephraim was ""buried at sea about 3 leagues from Boston."" " "I16832","Daugharthy, Orrin","","","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I21762","Dawes, Charles Gates","27 Aug 1865","23 Apr 1951","U.S. Army, WWI","Brigadier general 1917?1919
" "I21760","Dawes, Rufus R","4 Jul 1838","2 Aug 1899","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I21584","Dayton, Kenneth Nelson","20 Jul 1922","19 Jul 2003","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I21583","Dayton, Wallace Corliss","12 Mar 1921","27 Oct 2002","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I10442","de Acha, Desiderio Alberto Arnaz y III","2 Mar 1917","2 Dec 1986","U.S. Army","Drafted in 1942, classified for limited service due to a knee injury. He stayed in Los Angeles, organizing and performing USO shows for returning wounded soldiers." "I15277","del Campo, Manuel","14 Nov 1913","16 Feb 1969","Royal Canadian Air Force WWII","" "I16388","Derr, Philip","25 Feb 1749","3 Feb 1821","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I21252","Dewey, Chester","7 Dec 1787","23 May 1844","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I21248","Dewey, John","20 Jan 1754","31 Dec 1821","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private in the 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, from 4 Apr 1776 to Feb 1777.

April 4th, A. D. 1776." "I6204","Dickinson, George Henry","7 May 1900","23 Oct 1974","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I14792","Dietmeyer, Henry","7 Feb 1845","2 Mar 1905","Civil War, Union Army ","64th Illinois Infantry" "I20709","Dole, Charles Sumner","25 Oct 1873","19 Mar 1951","U.S. Army, WWI","Army Corps of Engineers" "I24429","Donaldson, Donald Gordon","14 Jul 1923","5 Apr 2003","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Arrived in Europe 9 MAR 45. Participated in several campaigns. After the war he served as a reservist. He was discharged as a First Lieutenant 17 Jan 47. He was recalled to active duty and served as "" Motion Picture Officer"" from 3 Nov 50 to 31 Mar 53." "I5526","Doud, Ralph Brigham Jr","11 Jul 1918","25 Aug 1986","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I17283","Dow, Tony Lee","13 Apr 1945","","U.S. Army (National Guard)","1965-1968" "I29518","Downer, Zaccheus Sr","13 Nov 1755","27 Jul 1850","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I22782","Driggs, Dick W","12 Feb 1919","24 Jun 2005","U.S. Marine Corps, WWII","First Liuetenant" "I27544","Drilling, Eva A","24 Apr 1892","30 Nov 1976","","Not in the military but, served as a civilian cook at the Traverse City Naval Air Base during WW II." "I29126","Drury, Josiah","17 Sep 1707","","Continental Army, French and Indian War","" "I23379","Dudley, Francis Sr","1640","1702","Continental Army, King Phillips War","" "I14882","Eager, Uriah","5 Feb., 1740","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1331","Eames, Gershom","1649","25 Nov 1676","","He went to Watertown, MA, on the breaking out of King Philip's War. Gershom Eames, was killed in King Phillips' War on Nov. 25, 1676." "I16776","Easterbrooks, Able","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","Fought at Bunker Hill." "I24626","Elder, Neal","22 Aug 1927","8 May 1949","U.S. Army, WWII","PFC Engineers" "I24625","Elder, William Thomas","12 Jul 1868","8 Mar 1945","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","Private Company D 7th Regiment Illinois Infantry" "I12078","Everts, Lieutenant Ambrose","18 Dec 1760","1800","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as ensign and lieutenant in the Connecticut militia." "I18803","Fay, James","20 Dec 1756","","Continental Army, American Revolution","According to the book ""One Branch of the Fay Family"" he died in the revolution; his mother is said to have said at his departure, ""I shall never see him again,"" to which he replied, ""If my grave is there, mother, I must go to it, it will not come to me.""" "I3705","Fay, Captain Jedediah","30 Jan 1727","","Continental Army, French and Indian War","He was a Captain in the French and Indian wars also Deputy to the General Assembly." "I14123","Fay, John","23 Dec 1734","16 Aug 1777","Continental Army, American Revolution","KIA, Battle of Saratoga" "I27068","Fay, Kent","7 Sep 1909","30 Aug 1944","U.S. Army, WWII","KIA" "I26526","Fay, Lyman","16 Jun 1834","7 Apr 1916","Civil War, Union Army ","Company A, First Illinois Light Artillery. 6 October 1864 to 10 July 1865." "I9920","Fay, Nathan","15 Oct 1750","8 Jun 1845","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I1795","Fay, Captain Stephen","5 May 1715","","Continental Army, French and Indian War","" "I14307","Fonda, Henry Jaynes","16 May 1905","12 Aug 1982","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I22548","Forest, Frank E","","11 Mar 2009","U.S. Army","" "I14645","Fuller, Reverend Arthur Buckminster","10 Aug 1822","11 Dec 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","He served in the Civil as a chaplain with a Massachusetts regiment. He mustered in on 1 August 1861. He was honorably discharged on 10 December 1862 due to health reasons. On the day after his discharge he was at the Battle of Fredericksburg. He volunteered to join troops who were attempting to drive the Confederate sharpshooters out of the city. He was killed in battle." "I6837","Gamble, Dallas Richard","4 Feb 1927","10 Dec 2004","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I6834","Gamble, Edward Warren","9 Apr 1885","2 Mar 1968","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I24142","Garfield, James Abram","19 Nov 1831","19 Sep 1881","Civil War, Union Army ","In 1861 he received a commission as a colonel in the 42nd Ohio Infantry. He was eventually promoted to the rank of major General." "I18721","Garfield, Thomas","12 Dec 1680","4 Feb 1750","","Served in the town militia." "I6249","Gibbs, Robert G","11 Mar 1836","17 Aug 1886","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I25380","Gilman, William Lankton","11 Sep 1838","","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I29000","Glensor, Harry Willard","25 Aug 1906","5 Oct 1944","U.S. Coast Guard","" "I15644","Goodell, Milton P","27 Jun 1837","9 May 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in 1862. Wounded and taken prisoner. Died in Andersonville Prison." "I22732","Goodenow, Daniel","1 Jan 1726","27 Dec 1818","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I3556","Goulding, Colonel John","3 Oct 1726","22 Nov 1791","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I23859","Gray, Herbert Clarke","10 Aug 1862","8 Mar 1948","U.S. Air Force","" "I20573","Green, Jonas","15 Mar 1731","30 Jun 1814","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I408","Gurley, Jacob Baker","28 Jul 1742","20 Feb 1804","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm." "I28478","Guthrie, William","30 Dec 1730","1806","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I23796","Gwynne, Fred Hubbard","July 10 1926","July 2 1993","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I946","Haight, Wilfred John","22 Jan 1928","14 Jun 1999","U.S. Army, WWII","also Korea" "I10684","Hall, Justin Smith","12 Apr 1840","24 May 1928","Civil War, Union Army ","Company B, 51st Illinois Volunteer Infantry" "I16050","Hardy, Aaron Young","14 May 1890","11 Dec 1961","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I16053","Hardy, Brigham Young","9 Jun 1897","8 Jul 1966","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I18264","Harlacher, Edward Joseph","1923","27 May 1944","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I25314","Harrison, George Rockingham Gilmer","20 May 1848","","Civil War, Confederate Army","He was severely wounded in the battle of Griswaldville, Georgia, 22 Nov 1864,
but partially recovered." "I12170","Havens, Dwight Loren","23 Jun 1926","26 Jul 2009","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I15275","Hawks, Kenneth Neil","12 Aug 1898","2 Jan 1930","U.S. Army Air Service, WWI","" "I2762","Haynes, Charles","7 Sep 1736","22 Oct 1806","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Captain Asahel Wheeler." "I5781","Heniff, First Lieutenant Eloy W","17 Aug 1920","11 Apr 2012","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Served in the Army Air Corps in WWII. He was a bombardier on board a B-17 when he was shot down on his twenty-third mission on 6/21/1944. He Was taken prisoner and held in Stalag 7A Moosburg Bavaria 48-12 (Work Camps 3324-46 Krumbachstrasse 48011, Work Camp 3368 Munich 48-11). Latter served in the U.S. Air Force." "I5780","Heniff, Staff Sergeant Raymond Charles","5 Aug 1918","26 Jun 1969","U.S. Army, WWII","HS CO 1575 engineers. " "I22356","Hepburn, Robert","4 Apr 1913","26 Nov 2007","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I7742","Herron, Hilbert Oliver","28 Sep 1915","8 Dec 1972","U.S. Coast Guard WWII","" "I15316","Hickok, Keith Edwards","1910","1985","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I20315","Hiegert, Bernard Phillip","18 Sep 1928","30 Jan 1951","U.S. Army, Korea","KIA, Korea. Also served in WWII" "I50","Hiegert, Charles Brooks","12 Jul 1909","19 Jan 1981","U.S. Navy, WWII","Enlistment Date 1: 18 Jan 1944 Release Date 1: 19 May 1954 Enlistment Date 2: 14 Dec 1945 Release Date 2: 7 Apr 1970" "I20310","Hiegert, Edwin M","13 Sep 1918","Jul., 1980","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I20323","Hiegert, Emile G","22 May 1896","1 Jul 1977","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I20332","Hiegert, Eugene E","11 Feb 1928","15 Sep 1981","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I20309","Hiegert, Ferdinand","27 Feb 1917","29 Jun 2005","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I20313","Hiegert, Florian Frank","30 Apr 1923","27 Nov 1997","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Enlisted 13 Oct 1942" "I20325","Hiegert, Francis L","19 Aug 1897","8 Jan 1975","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I20330","Hiegert, Henry John","29 Aug 1893","12 Oct 1918","U.S. Army, WWI","44th Infantry" "I20346","Hiegert, Norbert John","23 Dec 1917","13 Feb 1994","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I20312","Hiegert, Raymond","9 Sep 1921","10 Jun 2004","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I20287","Hiegert, Walter Otto","24 Apr 1921","2007","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I20349","Hiegert, William Dean","6 Dec 1944","19 Aug 1997","U.S. Air Force, Vietam","" "I28900","Hill, Burton Phillips","22 Aug 1876","27 Nov 1943","U.S. Army","" "I12067","Hogan, Jeremiah","9 Sep 1888","20 Jan 1954","U.S. Army, WWI","IL Wagoner Sup. Co. 349 Inf." "I21707","Holden, Freeman L","Abt 1837","","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I22162","Housley, Norman","10 Jul 1930","7 May 2014","U.S. Air Force","" "I14896","Howe, Samuel","22 May 1737","1756","Continental Army, French and Indian War","KIA" "I16022","Irvin, Alvin Jay Sr","23 Nov 1893","13 Sep 1963","U.S. Army, WWI","SGT, 6 MTR TRK CO MTC, World War I" "I24054","Jenkins, Jacqueline Blanche","1921","2000","U.S. Navy, WWII","Lieutenant, codebreaker" "I26302","Jennings, Clarence Arthur","6 Oct 1915","21 Feb 1987","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I22820","Jeske, Wendell Lloyd","18 Nov 1919","25 Nov 2005","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I22205","Johnson, Edwin Gilbert","1846","1897","Civil War, Union Army ","39th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry (100 days, 1864) Organized at Milwaukee, Wis., and mustered in June 3, 1864. Moved to Memphis, Tenn., June 13-17. Attached to 2nd Brigade, Post and Defences of Memphis, District of West Tennessee. Garrison, railroad guard and picket duty at and about Memphis, Tenn., till September. Repulse of Forest's attack on Memphis August 21. Mustered out September 22, 1864." "I22284","Johnson, John Seward Sr","14 Jul 1895","23 May 1983","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I22221","Johnson, Samuel Curtis Jr","2 Mar 1928","22 May 2004","U.S. Air Force","He served in the Air Force as an intelligence officer for 2 years." "I24444","Jones, Benaiah","12 Aug 1755","19 Aug 1839","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I24451","Jones, Luther Davis","12 Oct 1894","18 Jan 1965","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I7379","Kauffman, Rear Admiral Draper Laurence","4 Aug 1911","18 Aug 1979","U.S. Navy, WWII","Draper Laurence Kauffman graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1933. Poor eyesight denied him a commission in the regular Navy. Employed by the United States Line Steamship Company, his travels in Europe alerted him to the danger of Nazi Germany. In February 1940, he joined the American Volunteer Ambulance Corps in France. On 16 June, he was captured by the Germans and held prisoner for two months. Released in August, he made his way to England and was commissioned a sub-Lieutenant in the British Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, later rising to Lieutenant. At the height of the Blitz on London (1940 - 41), he served as a bomb and mine disposal officer, and achieved a high degree of proficiency in bomb disposal techniques.

Securing a U.S. Naval Reserve commission a month before Pearl Harbor, Kauffman was rushed to Hawaii after the Japanese attack, and there disarmed an enemy bomb, the first to be recovered intact for study.

After establishing bomb disposal schools for the Navy and the Army. LT. Commander Kauffman in 1943 organized the Navy's first demolition units - later to be known as Underwater Demolition Teams. After commanding all UDTs in the invasion of Saipan, Tinian and Guam, Commander Kauffman planned and directed UDTs operations at Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

His first postwar assignment came in February 1946 when he was assigned to Joint Task Force One, the organization which conducted Operation CROSSROADS, the atomic bomb tests at Bikini Atoll. Later under the CNO, as head of the Defense and Protection Section, he established the U.S. Navy Radiological Safety School, and aided in setting-up a comparable school for the Army.
In 1954, Captain Kauffman served in the Strategic Plans Division under the CNO, and in 1955 was appointed Aide to Secretary of the Navy, Thomas S. Gates, Jr.

In July of 1960, Kauffman was selected as Rear Admiral. In 1962, he became Chief of the Strategic Plans and Policy Division. In 1965, he became the 44th Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy, where he served for three years. His next assignment was as the Commander of the U.S. Naval Forces in the Philippines, and Representative of the Commander-in-Chief, Pacific, a billet once filled 25 years earlier by his father.

On 1 June 1973, Admiral Kauffman retired from the Navy.

-U.S. Navy biography" "I7377","Kauffman, Vice Admiral James Laurence","18 Apr 1887","21 Oct 1963","U.S. Navy, WWII","James Laurence Kauffman attended Pennsylvania Military College, the Army and Navy Preparatory School, and graduated in 1908 from the U.S. Naval Academy.

He held a variety of wide-ranging command billets, ashore and afloat, during World War I. Serving in command of the gunboat RANIER, as an Executive Officer of the destroyer CALDWELL, he became Lieutenant Commander on 1 January 1918. He transferred from the CALDWELL to command the Bath-built USS JENKINS (DD 42). Admiral Kauffman, during his career, spent more time in command, and more time at sea, than any other officer of his time.

At the end of the war, Kauffman returned to the U.S. to commission and command a new ship, the USS BARNEY (DD 149). In November of 1920, he became the Executive Officer of the new Radio Division of the Bureau of Engineering. In May of 1923, he was appointed Naval Aide and Flag Secretary to Admiral S. S. Robinson, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Fleet.

In June of 1925, Kauffman was selected to the rank of Commander. His next tour of duty was as a member of the U.S. Naval Mission to Brazil. Appointed Captain in 1936, Kauffman served as Commanding Officer of the USS MEMPHIS, and later at the shipyard at Mare Island.

In 1941, Rear Admiral Kauffman was sent by President Roosevelt to establish and command a Naval Operating Base in Iceland. In 1942, as the principal Navy anti-submarine expert, he commanded the Gulf Sea Frontier, which included the Gulf of Mexico north to the shore of the Carolinas. Under his dynamic leadership, the U-boat menace in that area was checked. Kauffman later became the senior member of the Allied Anti-Submarine Survey Board, evaluating ASW techniques for Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill. Moving on to the Pacific in 1943, he assumed command of all the Pacific Fleet's cruisers, destroyers and frigates, 401 ships with 150,000 men.

In October 1944, he reported to General Douglas McArthur as Commander Philippine Sea Frontier. In May of 1946, Vice Admiral Kauffman returned home and was assigned to duty as the Commandant of the Fourth Naval District, where he remained until he retired in 1949.
His second career began the day after termination of his first. As the first President of Jefferson Medical College and Jefferson Medical Center, a position he retained for 10 years, he presided over the greatest period of growth in Jefferson's history.

-U.S. Navy biography" "I18","Keller, Henry Carl","27 Sep 1926","12 Feb 1993","U.S. Navy, WWII","GM3" "I17004","Kennedy, George Harris","18 Feb 1925","28 Feb 2016","U.S. Army, WWII","He enlisted in the United States Army in 1943 wanting to be a fighter pilot in the Army Air Corps. He wound up in the infantry, serving under General George S. Patton and distinguished himself with valor. He won two Bronze Stars and four rows of combat and service ribbons.
" "I18143","Kerry, John Forbes","11 Dec 1943","","U.S. Navy","At the Communists War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, John Kerry's picture hangs in a section dedicated to the anti-war activists who helped the Vietnamese Communists win the Vietnam War." "I2728","Kimball, Captain Aaron","15 Feb 1729","20 Nov 1807","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was at the Lexington Alarm." "I2316","Kimball, Noah Brooks","19 May 1756","21 Aug 1806","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was at the Lexington Alarm with his father." "I29506","King, John Creighton","17 Jul 1923","21 Feb 2003","U.S. Air Force","He served in WWII, Korea and, Vietnam." "I29502","King, Paul Browning","26 Feb 1892","11 Apr 1933","U.S. Army Air Corps","" "I12399","Knight, Peter","7 Jun 1789","11 Jul 1865","1912","" "I17394","Knowlton, William Allen","19 Jun 1920","10 Aug 2008","U.S. Army","Four star general, United States Army, 1943-1980. " "I22743","Lahey, Walter James","30 Mar 1924","1 Apr 1945","U.S. Navy, WWII","Killed in Action" "I6419","Lamphear, James Jr","1747","6 Mar 1820","","A midshipman during the Revolution. He served aboard the Sloop ""Schuyler"" under Commander John Carr and the Frigate ""Trumbull"" under Commander Nicholson." "I6353","Lamphear, Private Samuel","23 Dec 1723","1782","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served under Captain Babcock and Colonel Topham." "I27699","Landon, Floyd W","9 Mar 1895","7 Mar 1950","U.S. Army, WWI","339th Infantry 85th Division." "I27703","Landon, Lawrence","14 Jul 1928","15 Sep 1965","U.S. Army, WWII","Company B 1st Combat Engineer Battalion." "I27704","Landon, Murray W","25 Jun 1933","22 Dec 2010","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I25098","Lane, Aaron G","23 Dec 1817","14 Sep 1883","U.S. Army Mexican-American War","" "I22092","Lane, Daniel","8 Jul 1735","28 Mar 1825","Continental Army, American Revolution","He enlisted, 5 Aug 1778, in Col. J. Gale's Regiment for New Jersey, and served 26 days. " "I25044","Lane, Daniel T","6 Jun 1825","","Civil War, Union Army ","He was in the 127th Illinois Volunteers. He was wounded at Dallas, Ga., May, 1864," "I2811","Lane, Edward J","1 May 1831","21 Dec 1899","Civil War, Union Army ","Company C 4th Michigan Calvery." "I24979","Lane, Ezekial","17 Aug 1792","26 Apr 1881","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I22093","Lane, Ezekiel","4 Jul 1739","16 Aug 1777","Continental Army, American Revolution","Killed in the Battle of Bennington, 16 Aug 1777. " "I22020","Lane, Gad Sr","31 Aug 1744","27 Nov 1833","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I22150","Lane, George E","Abt 1840","1 Sep 1863","Civil War, Union Army ","Company H, 28th Infantry, Connecticut Volunteers." "I22234","Lane, Hannah","20 Sep, 1756","","Continental Army, American Revolution","At 17 years of age he enlisted in Captain H. Hutchins' Company; was in the Battle of Bunker Hill; and March, 1777,
in S. Blodgett's Company, Enoch Poor's Regiment, for three years. From
July to Oct, 1 7S0, in Col. T. Bartlett's Regiment at West Boint," "I24981","Lane, Isaiah","31 May 1797","15 Dec 1854","","The Lane Genealogies states he was a ""soldier stationed at Portsmouth"" but, gives no further detail." "I22385","Lane, Jacob","15 Jan 1757","6 May 1797","Continental Army, American Revolution","A soldier in the Revolution under Col. L. Baldwin." "I22050","Lane, John","5 Feb 1654","","","He was a soldier in King Philip's war, in the same company where his brother Samuel served under Captain Poole. " "I22091","Lane, John","17 Oct 1733","11 Mar 1813","","21 July 1777, as second lieutenant in S. Dearborn's Company, Thomas Stickney's Regiment, he marched from Chester, and
was in the battle of Bennington, 16 Aug 1777. Upon the death of Lieutenant Ezekiel Lane, he was promoted to first lieutenant." "I23229","Lane, John","14 Feb 1726","21 Mar 1811","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was chosen by the Provincial Congress, 24 Aug 1775, First Major in Colonel J. Moulton's Third Regiment of Militia." "I25310","Lane, John Godfrey","31 May 1840","21 Aug 1864","Civil War, Confederate Army","4th Georgia Company H ""Baldwin Blues"". Killed near Charles Town, West Virginia" "I22101","Lane, Jonathan","13 Dec 1763","2 Mar 1847","","Enlisted in M. Leavitt's Company, Thomas Bartlett's Regiment for West Point, July 1780, discharged October, 1780." "I24841","Lane, Jonathan","16 Feb 1761","6 Sep 1819","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I25193","Lane, Joshua Winthrop","22 Dec 1848","9 Aug 1863","Civil War, Union Army ","KIA" "I25194","Lane, Marcena Westley","3 Nov 1845","","Civil War, Union Army ","11th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Company I. Wounded at the second Battle of the Wilderness." "I22037","Lane, Samuel","23 Jan 1651","1690","Continental Army, King Phillips War","He was a soldier, under Captain Turner of the same company in which John Lane, in 1675, served under Capt. Poole in King Philip's War." "I22320","Lane, Samuel","1 Apr 1760","1825","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I23265","Lane, Simon","3 Jul 1733","30 Nov 1813","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I22015","Lane, Zebina Jr","1818","1902","Civil War, Union Army ","35th New York Volunteer Infantry. 11 Jun 1861 - 16 Aug 1862" "I25670","Langley, John Wesley","21 Oct 1841","10 May 1918","Civil War, Union Navy","Assistant surgeon in the U.S. Navy during the Civil War." "I25669","Langley, Samuel Pierpont","22 Aug 1834","27 Feb 1906","","While Langley never served in the military his accomplishments have caused his name to be immortalized within the military. " "I15430","Lanphear, Donald J","1 Jul 1925","28 Dec 1995","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I2081","Lanphear, Harold Rex","23 Jun 1928","22 Jun 2009","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I6391","Lanphear, Private Isaiah","Abt 1740","20 Dec 1809","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served in the 15th Regiment under Captain Yale and Lt Colonel Mead." "I372","Lanphear, Joseph Vernon","17 Sep 1888","28 Aug 1962","U.S. Marine Corps","On 18 Dec 1909 he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps." "I27573","Lanphear, Lauren Edison","1 Jan 1840","12 Jan 1911","","Enlisted in Union Army 17 Sep 1861, Company C, Michigan 3rd Cavalry Regiment on 03 Oct 1861. Mustered out on 12 Feb 1866 at San Antonio, Texas
" "I6434","Lanphear, Sergeant Nathan","1825","1912","Civil War, Union Army ","Served in the 85th New York Volunteers.

Quite a number of the Eighty-fifth regiment were killed or wounded at the battle of Fair Oaks. Nathan was wounded by the bursting of a shell, a pieces striking him on the side of his head, while two of his comrades were killed by his side. He did not realize that he was wounded until daylight came, and the scattered men of the Eighth-fifth gathered in the morning. Then he was asked what was the matter with his head, as they saw the blood had been running down his back from his head. He took off his cap only to find a hole cut in his cap and quite a gash cut in his scalp. He had been so excited in the battle that he did not know he was wounded.

On 20 April 1864 the rebels surrounded them at Plymoth, There was no chance of escape. They surrendered, and were all marched to Andersonville prison. He was confined until 11 September 1864, then taken first to Charleston, S. C., then
to Florence. He was paroled 6 December 1864, when his weight had been reduced from 164 lbs. to 90.

During its term of service the Eighth-fifth lost 36 soldiers by death from wounds, 103 from accident or disease, and the 222 died in prison." "I6240","Lanphear, Private Nathan Jr","18 Feb 1742","Aft 1793","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was in the Westerly Rhode Island Militia under Captain George Stillman. He was at the surrender of Burgoine at Saratoga." "I2108","Lanphear, Orrin Perkins","20 Dec 1847","31 May 1924","Civil War, Union Army ","e enlisted in the 186 NY Infantry at the age of sixteen, and served until the close of the war. He served mostly in Virginia, in the army of the Potomac. His regiment was present at the surrender of General Lee." "I909","Lanphear, Otis E","14 Aug 1843","20 Jan 1908","Civil War, Union Army ","At the age of 20 he enlisted along side his brother Truman in the Union Army. Company C, Michigan 3rd Cavalry Regiment on 25 Feb 1864. Mustered out on 12 Feb 1866 at San Antonio, Texas" "I6405","Lanphear, Paul","25 Feb 1762","1 May 1836","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I6431","Lanphear, Samuel","14 Oct 1785","17 Jan 1860","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I34","Lanphear, Truman R","17 Jul 1845","29 Jun 1872","Civil War, Union Army ","At the age of 18 he enlisted alongside his brother Otis in the Union Army. Company C, Michigan 3rd Cavalry Regiment on 25 Feb 1864. Mustered out on 05 Oct 1865 at New Orleans, LA. On 29 June 1872 he died of an accidental gun shot wound" "I753","Lanphear, Vernon Truman","18 Jun 1924","15 Sep 2006","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I30249","Leonard, Joseph Warren","18 Apr 1828","","Civil War, Union Army ","1st Lieutenant in Company I, 11th Vermont Volunteers." "I11292","Likens, Bailey","Abt 1830","19 Apr 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","Company . 17th Kentucky Infantry. Died at the battle of Shiloh." "I26223","Litty, Frederick L","11 Mar 1922","20 Sep 2011","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I11607","Londis, Ted Paul Sr","2 Aug 1925","28 Dec 1996","U.S. Navy, WWII","Served aboard the U.S.S. Sangamon." "I1447","Losey, Richard Harrison","22 Dec 1840","28 May 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 19 Aug 1862, 9th Regiment Minnesota Infantry. Mustered out 24 Aug 1865." "I14530","Lowes, Robert E","18 Apr 1845","20 Sep 1863","Civil War, Union Army ","22nd Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Company D. Died in the Battle of Chickamauga." "I7499","Lynas, Billy","14 Apr 1928","21 Jan 1976","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I30278","Lynas, Burl L","6 Sep 1909","25 Nov 1974","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I20","Lynas, Eugene Jr","8 Sep 1934","25 Sep 2004","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I30275","Lynas, Ward D","29 Sep 1916","24 Feb 1974","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I20340","Mann, Orville Lewis","31 Aug 1894","25 May 1959","U.S. Army, WWI","1st Engineers Company E." "I24696","Marvin, Jerome Place","20 Feb 1846","10 Oct 1917","Civil War, Union Army ","137th Ohio Infantry Regiment" "I15278","Matson, Eli","1768","1849","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I7087","McCormick, Nicholas Martin","1 Jul 1840","14 May 1931","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in Company B, Illinois 104th Infantry Regiment on 27 Aug 1862. Mustered out on 06 Jun 1865." "I6840","Meier, Louis John","28 Mar 1897","28 May 1942","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I20371","Miller, Edmund K","8 Oct 1891","23 Nov 1963","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I26353","Miller, Margery Ann","1918","2005","U.S. Army, WWII","Nurse Corps" "I10072","Miller, Robert Lincoln","24 Nov 1906","4 Oct 1989","U.S. Navy, WWII","8 May 1944 to 9 May 1945" "I7762","Mitchell, Daniel Francis","3 Jan 1843","","Civil War, Union Army ","He was in Quarter-master's Department." "I7761","Mitchell, Captain William Dexter","31 Jul 1841","10 Mar 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in the Civil War in 1861. He was Captain of Company K, 5th Kentucky. Cavelry, on General Sherman's ""March to the Sea. He was killed 10 Mar 1865." "I1845","Morey, Joseph","25 Jul 1738","Aft 1790","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I19771","Morrel, Mary","23 Oct 1915","30 May 1997","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I27265","Morse, John","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I25371","Mowery, Christian","22 Sep 1843","1Oct 1887","Civil War, Union Army ","Company D 11th West Virginia 15 Nov 1861 to 17 Jun 1865" "I10932","Nagel, Private August","27 Aug 1838","10 Apr 1904","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 15 Nov 1862 as a Private with Co. D, 34th Wisconsin Infantry. Mustered Out on 8 Sep 1863." "I11641","Nagel, Darwin","25 Mar 1931","26 Jun 2012","U.S. Army, Korea","" "I139","Nagel, David Wayne","","","","" "I6823","Nagel, Elmer Paul Jr","5 Sep 1921","26 Sep 1993","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Enlisted: 11 Nov 1942" "I11640","Nagel, Gerald","25 Nov 1927","15 May 2012","U.S. Navy, WWII","1943-1947" "I15060","Nagel, John William","28 Feb 1880","9 Jan 1949","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","" "I19089","Nagel, Julius Walter","6 Jul 1892","23 Sep 1957","U.S. Army Air Service, WWI","Ordinance Department" "I1","Nagel, Kenneth Allen","","","","" "I1","Nagel, Kenneth Allen","","","","" "I7117","Nagel, Corporal Norman A","16 Nov 1917","24 Aug 2010","U.S. Army, WWII","Enlisted 6 Jan 1942 at Camp Grant, Illinois." "I11392","Nagel, Raymond Henry","19 Nov 1894","11 Oct 1979","U.S. Army, WWI","Corporal" "I6","Nagel, Scott Allen","","","","" "I18972","Nagel, Steven R","","","","" "I11636","Nagel, Terril John","27 May 1935","9 May 2001","U.S. Army","" "I10954","Nagel, Udo Edmond","11 Dec 1890","Jul 1968","U.S. Army, WWI","CPL CO B, 26 Infantry
" "I5793","Nagel, Private First Class Vilas Milton","30 Aug 1910","8 Apr 1971","U.S. Army, WWII","PFC" "I15721","Newton, Alvin Jr","1 Jul 1778","24 May 1853","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I6879","Niergarth, Captain Arthur William","3 Jan 1920","9 Sep 2005","U.S. Marine Corps, WWII","He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1943 and served in the Pacific islands as an officer in charge of maintaining a squadron of C-47s." "I11509","Norem, Ervin Justin","29 Mar 1895","12 Jan 1968","U.S. Army, WWI","also WWII." "I7844","Northrup, Doyal A","9 Jan 1926","","U.S. Army, WWII","Enlisted 16 Mar 1944" "I15114","Nutt, Charles E","28 Jun 1913","11 Jan 2004","U.S. Marine Corps, WWII","" "I24053","Nye, Edwin Darby","1917","1997","U.S. Navy, WWII","POW" "I28971","Painter, William","1760","1842","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I25435","Parsons, Reverend Justin Sheldon","19 Jul 1759","26 Apr 1847","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I17409","Petraeus, David Howell","7 Nov 1952","","U.S. Army","Four Star General, United States Army, 1974 - 2011" "I17411","Petraeus, Stephen","","","U.S. Army","" "I22815","Pettis, Sedgwick Warren","3 Jul 1844","27 Dec 1894","Civil War, Union Army ","27th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Company F." "I11378","Piehl, Alvin F","15 Nov 1893","23 Apr 1989","U.S. Army, WWI","Private First Class" "I11379","Piehl, Friedrich","","","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I15168","Pierce, Anson Orlando","11 Oct 1843","","Civil War, Union Army ","Company H, 6th Vermont, Infantry. He was taken prisoner and confined in Libby prison." "I2615","Pierce, Marvin","17 Jun 1893","1969","U.S. Army (National Guard)","" "I13204","Pierson, Alfred R","31 Aug 1837","9 Aug 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 30 Apr 1861 at Monticello to serve two years. Mustered in as corporal, CO. H 22 May 1861. Promoted to Sergeant, 27 Mar 1862. Killed in battle, 9 Aug 1862 at Cedar Mountain, Virginia." "I13201","Pierson, Noah B","14 Jan 1833","19 Sep 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted June 24, 1861. He mustered July 17, 1861 into the 5th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry Company I. He was Killed in the The Battle of Iuka, fought on September 19, 1862, in Iuka, Mississippi." "I18195","Pillsbury, Charles Alfred","4 Apr 1917","1943","U.S. Navy, WWII","Killed in air combat." "I18194","Pillsbury, George Sturgis","17 Jul 1921","13 Oct 2012","U.S. Marine Corps, WWII","" "I18191","Pillsbury, John Sargent Jr","28 Oct 1912","28 Mar 2005","U.S. Navy, WWII","Lieutenant Commander" "I17689","Plugh, Byron Theodore","6 Jun 1843","29 Mar 1932","Civil War, Union Army ","12th Wisconsin Hvy Arty" "I29395","Poisson, J Richard","","","U.S. Navy Reserve","" "I9858","Pratt, David","10 Aug 1762","30 May 1844","","An article in The Canton Sentinel dated 6/19/1924 spoke of the Daughters of the American Revolution having ""appropriately marked the long forgotten and neglected grave of David Pratt"". However their web site (accessed 5/4/2012) says: ""Future Applicants Must Provide Correct Service""." "I3316","Prescott, Abel Jr","12 Apr 1749","3 Sep 1775","","On April 18th 1775 Paul Revere and two others including Abel's brother Samuel set off to warn the colonist in Lexington MA that the British Army was coming to arrest John Hancock and Samuel Adams and seize weapons that were stored in Concord. As they started off to the west Abel Prescott Jr. headed south to warn the towns of Sudbury and Farmingham. While returning British soldiers fired upon him and he was slightly wounded in his side. He managed to escape the soldiers by hiding in the house of Mrs. Heywood, however the following September he died as a result of Dysentery a complication of his bullet wound." "I23259","Prescott, James","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I18488","Quayle, James Danforth","4 Feb 1947","","U.S. Army (National Guard)","Sergeant 1969 - 1975" "I27546","Ransom, Robert Leland","18 Apr 1922","1 Sep 1995","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I27545","Ransom, Willard A","31 Aug 1913","20 Apr 1992","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I11961","Read, Daniel","1754","1838","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Private in Captain Daniel Brown's company of the Berkshire county militia at the battle of Bennington." "I315","Reed, General Daniel","12 Jul 1761","31 Aug 1845","Continental Army, American Revolution","During the war he was a private. He received his commission after the war." "I16353","Reynolds, Gideon","1779","","U.S. Army, War of 1812","Brown's Regiment, East Tennessee Volunteers." "I6714","Reynolds, Larry Lynn Sr","15 Sep 1950","12 Jul 2015","U.S. Army","" "I7004","Reynolds, Noble Thomas","20 Feb 1916","14 Feb 1945","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I24649","Reynolds, Orlan","9 Feb 1924","31 Oct 1991","U.S. Army, WWII","PFC" "I23340","Rice, Dwight C","1844","30 Sep 1917","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in Company K, 6th Michigan Cavalry on 28 December 1863 at Kalamazoo. He was promoted to Corporal on 1 February 1865. Transferred to Company H, 1st Michigan Cavalry on 17 November 1865. Discharged 26 march 1866 at Fort Bridger, Utah Territory. " "I23341","Rice, Francis Gardner","11 Sep 1839","1894","Civil War, Union Army ","Companies I & K 1st Inf Regiment Wisconsin." "I23342","Rice, Rufus Gates","1841","19 Jan 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","Company K, 1st Wisconsin Infantry." "I10249","Rice, Captain Aaron","13 Aug 1700","1755","Continental Army, French and Indian War","He died at the battle of Crown Point." "I23707","Rice, Edmund","2 Dec 1842","20 Jul 1906","Civil War, Union Army ","For his actions at the battle of Gettysburg in repelling Pickett's Charge, he was presented with the Medal of Honor in 1891" "I3654","Rice, Eli","8 Oct 1777","4 May 1851","","He was Captain of a militia company." "I10352","Rice, Hezekiah","2 Oct 1745","12 May 1827","","He served as a private under Captains Prentiss and Baldwin, Colonels Marshall and Dike, Massachusetts Militia" "I26351","Rice, Leon Scott","27 May 1958","","U.S. Air Force","1980 to present" "I5223","Rice, Lewis Frederick","17 May 1839","","Civil War, Union Army ","Jan 1862 - Oct 1865 31st Massachusetts Volunteers." "I10245","Rice, Captain Moses","27 Oct 1694","11 Jun 1755","","He was shot in the arm by Algonquin Indians while plowing corn, then carried off to the woods where he was tomahawked and scalped." "I10892","Ripley, Eleazar Wheelock","15 Apr 1782","2 Mar 1839","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I1085","Risley, General Elijah Jr","7 May 1787","9 Jan 1870","","He was also a Major General in the State militia." "I730","Risley, Elijah Sr","1757","1839","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I15936","Roebuck, Lee James","2 Apr 1894","21 Oct 1917","British Army WWI","Aviator R.F.C." "I12795","Ronstadt, Gilbert","14 Jun 1911","17 Jun 1995","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I29553","Rood, John Fremont","5 Feb 1914","22 Apr 1953","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I22480","Roome, David Wallace","2 Sep 1933","10 Jan 2014","U.S. Army","1953-1955" "I15951","Rooney, Edwin J","3 Jul 1918","4 Jul 2003","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I26812","Root, John Wellborn Jr","14 Jul 1887","24 Oct 1963","","Served in the Illinois Field Artillery Battery C. entered the officer's training camp at Ft. Sheridan, Illinois but, was discharged due to eye sight issues. He then traveled to France and entered the French Artillery School at Fontainbleu. " "I30083","Rushton, Jessie Verl","8 Sep 1920","10 Apr 2010","U.S. Navy","" "I7093","Russell, Allen Henry","12 Dec 1887","18 Jan 1940","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","" "I24407","Samson, Jonathan Jr","7 May 1759","9 Dec 1846","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I25277","Sanborn, Joel L","13 Oct 1832","","Civil War, Union Navy","Served aboard the USS Kearsarge, a Mohican-class sloop-of-war." "I25279","Sanborn, Ostinelli","3 Feb 1837","","Civil War, Union Army ","17th Maine Regiment, regular Army, was severely wounded in the battle of Gettysburg." "I2933","Scheick, Duane L","6 Apr 1926","14 Jan 2004","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I122","Scheick, Henry Jacob","1836","20 May 1899","Civil War, Union Army ","Infantry Company C Regiment 9." "I51","Scheick, Kenneth L","20 Nov 1922","5 Jun 2009","U.S. Navy, WWII","Ken served during WWII in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Aviator and after the war served in the U.S. Naval Reserve until 1956." "I57","Scheick, Richard Kenneth","","","","" "I54","Scheick, Terry Lewis","","","","" "I27635","Scott, Don Cedric","9 Feb 1933","27 Nov 1997","U.S. Army","" "I19265","Searight, Priscilla Alden","19 Aug 1929","17 Sep 2005","U.S. Navy, Korea","" "I10069","Shaver, Talcott Alton Jr","9 Nov 1936","6 Jun 1959","U.S. Army","" "I6045","Shaver, Zell Olin","18 Oct 1898","5 Sep 1988","U.S. Marine Corps, WWI","PFC" "I25432","Sheldon, Benjamin","Abt 1697","28 Aug 1773","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I6947","Shinske, Chief Warrent Officer Ivert","5 Nov 1908","13 Feb 1971","U.S. Air Force","WWII, Korea " "I27301","Shue, James William","28 May 1936","24 May 2013","U.S. Army","Graduated from the ROTC and served in the U.S. Army as second lieutenant for two years in the third armored division and was stationed in Butzbach, Germany." "I15505","Shufelt, Abraham","1 May 1844","3 Oct 1919","Civil War, Union Army ","Company H, 101st Ohio Volunteer Infantry." "I5818","Skinner, Henry Morris","12 Feb 1901","9 Mar 1947","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I5822","Skinner, Hiram H","Abt 1836","","Civil War, Union Army ","5th Michigan Infantry" "I551","Skinner, Reverend Joseph Russell","8 Sep 1832","2 Feb 1902","","He Enlisted in Company A, Michigan 3rd Cavalry Regiment on 03 Oct 1861. He deserted on 10 May 1862 at Saint Louis, Missouri. Through acts of congress many deserters were given a honorable discharge. This must have applied to him as he and his widow Marinda collected a Civil War pension." "I5841","Skinner, Thomas","Abt 1617","2 Mar 1701/1702","Continental Army, King Phillips War","" "I2100","Slocum, Henry","18 Jun 1783","15 Aug 1840","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I2016","Slocum, Jonas","10 Jan 1818","","U.S. Army","He enlisted as a soldier in the U. S. Army, and after about four years service he became disqualified for further duty due to convulsions. He was honorably discharged. He visited his two sisters in Michigan, He left Michigan on 15 Jun 1844. for a visit to Philadelphia, he was never seen or heard from again." "I8771","Smith, Captain Abijah","29 Oct 1740","13 Nov 1786","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was in Colonel Hale's regiment." "I28935","Smith, Frederick Wheelock","14 Aug 1927","Apr 1986","U.S. Navy","" "I21061","Smith, Henry R","","","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I18598","Smith, James","14 Jan 1777","26 Aug 1858","U.S. Army, War of 1812","3rd Infantry, Captain William Butler's Company. Honorably Discharged 1814." "I17908","Smith, Laban","29 Jan 1823","6 Nov 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","Died of disease in service." "I26094","Snell, Theodore W","1833","","Civil War, Union Army ","In 1861 he enlisted in Company K, Second Michigan Volunteer Infantry. He was captured in 1864. He was part of a prisoner exchange but was very ill and he died while on board a ship that was transporting him to Fort Monroe." "I22990","Snow, Erastus Fairbanks","9 Nov 1818","27 May 1888","","Brigadier General in the Utah territorial militia during the Blackhawk and Navajo wars. " "I16578","Spader, Stoddard Greenwood","1916","1996","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I17092","Spaulding, George Washington","1 Mar 1842","27 May 1928","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted in the 113th IL Vol. Infantry on 14 Aug 1862 in Chebanse, Iroquois Co., IL. He mustered in with Co. H on 01 Oct 1862 and served in that Company throughout the war. He mustered out on 20 Jun 1865. " "I24430","Spelling, Aaron","22 Apr 1923","23 Jun 2006","U.S. Air Force","" "I23424","Sprague, William","12 Sep 1830","11 Sep 1915","Civil War, Union Army ","He participated in the First Battle of Bull Run." "I26130","Stanley, Bailey James","15 Dec 1824","2 Feb 1914","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted 1864 in Company O, First Michigan Engineers." "I8121","Still, Alonzo","25 Aug 1828","25 Mar 1904","Civil War, Union Army ","He enlisted in Company L, Massachusetts 2nd Cavalry Regiment on 05 Feb 1863. Mustered out on 18 Apr 1864 at Philadelphia, PA." "I6177","Stinger, James Melvin","6 Mar 1868","25 Apr 1961","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","Company D, 52nd Regiment, Iowa Infantry." "I28443","Strong, Phebe","Abt 1740","15 Jan 1817","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I2857","Tayntor, Deacon Benjamin","3 Jan 1733","1798","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Captain Timothy Brigham." "I15726","Tebow, James Ora Sr","Abt 1840","1936","Civil War, Union Army ","35th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Company A. Rank In: Private, Rank Out: Corporal." "I15729","Tebow, Lee Robert","27 May 1895","2 Dec 1979","U.S. Army, WWI","Student's Army Training Ft. Sheridan, Lake, Illinois. Honorably discharged as a Private 15 Sep 1918. Commissioned active duty Second Lieutenant Infantry 19 Aug 1918." "I15731","Tebow, Robert Ramsey Sr","22 Nov 1924","4 Apr 1977","U.S. Marine Corps, WWII","U.S. Marine Corps 10 jun 1943 to 5 Nov 1943. U.S. Army Air Corps aviation cadet 27 Nov 1943 to 8 Nov 1945," "I12333","Thomas, Daniel Robert Jr","1911","3 Dec 1986","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I26312","Thomas, Leonard Moorhead","","","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I15331","Tindall, Gary Walter","11 Apr 1933","10 Aug 2001","U.S. Navy, Korea","" "I28308","Travis, Vernon W","2 Jan 1870","20 Sep 1950","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","" "I22917","Treadwell, Thomas","20 Oct 1743","7 May 1796","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I26459","Tvarozek, Steve","21 Jul 1909","13 Jan 2000","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I25479","Upton, David Frederick","13 Nov 1921","31 Jan 2009","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I6165","Van De Warker, David Lee","","","","" "I6196","Van De Warker, Harry Albert","31 Jul 1904","9 Jul 1979","","He was in the Coast Guard in Chicago, Illinois." "I213","Van De Warker, Leo John","2 Aug 1930","5 Jan 2013","U.S. Army","" "I15595","Van Dyke, Richard Wayne","","","","" "I20753","Wadsworth, Hemon N","3 Dec 1822","9 Apr 1914","Civil War, Union Army ","11th Wisconsin Infantry, Company H." "I22478","Wallies, Milton George","22 Mar 1920","7 Jul 1999","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I7634","Ward, Major Artemas","26 Nov 1727","","Continental Army, French and Indian War","Graduated from Harvard in 1748. Served in the French and Indian War. He served several terms in Congress and was a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Worcester County, Massachusetts." "I2691","Ward, Elisha","13 Jan 1686","Unknown","","He was killed or kidnapped by the Indians in Worcester, 1709, while riding post from Marlborough to Hadlev." "I11839","Ward, Deacon William","15 May 1603","10 Aug 1687","Continental Army, King Phillips War","" "I18725","Warren, Daniel","","","U.S. Army","He was a soldier in the French and Indian War and is said to have been taken prisoner at Fort Massachusetts and carried captive to Canada." "I1801","Weeks, Henry Augustus","23 Oct 1840","6 Oct 1915","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I829","Weeks, Hezekiah","2 Apr 1738","22 Apr 1819","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a private under Captain Daniel Pomeroy." "I329","Weeks, Private Samuel","13 Mar 1766","15 Mar 1843","Continental Army, American Revolution","At age 16 he enlisited under Capt Job Lunt, Col Benjamin Tupper and was honorably discharged at West Point 1783. In 1832 he was allowed a pension for 2 years actual service as private. He was one of the guard over Major Andre, a British Army officer hung as a spy due to the assistance he gave to Benidict Arnold. Pension number S6350" "I10391","Weeks, Spencer Joseph","Sep 1839","4 Apr 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","He was killed at siege of Spanish Fort, Mobile"", Alabama." "I8870","Wheelock, Corporal Abner","19 Jun 1747","4 Mar 1831","","He marched as a private in Colonel Learned's Regiment in response to the April 19, 1775 Alarm. He was later promoted to Corporal." "I20601","Wheelock, Addison W","Oct 1832","","Civil War, Union Army ","New York, Company C, 10th Regiment, Heavy Artillery " "I21166","Wheelock, Albert","20 Mar 1836","1911","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I28268","Wheelock, Albert H","28 Mar 1840","18 May 1891","Civil War, Union Army ","11th Pennsylvania Infantry. Company B. " "I20921","Wheelock, Albert N","2 Mar 1837","19 May 1903","Civil War, Union Army ","114th regiment of New York volunteers." "I14592","Wheelock, Private Alberto","Abt 1829","10 May 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 15 August 1862, Company H 96th Regiment Illinois Volunteers. POW Died in Andersonville prison 10 May 1864." "I19509","Wheelock, Alfred E","1 Jul 1846","14 Sep 1906","Civil War, Union Army ","21st Infantry, enlisted 5 Aug 1862, POW 20 Sep 1863 - 20 Mar 1865." "I28267","Wheelock, Arnold","1822","2 Jun 1891","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I21839","Wheelock, Arnold Morgan Sr","19 Jun 1917","26 Jan 1990","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I16427","Wheelock, Arthur Buck","19 Apr 1832","6 Jul 1925","Civil War, Union Army ","Seventh Wisconsin Light Artillery. POW 21 Aug 1864 - Oct 1864." "I8822","Wheelock, Sergeant Asa Sr","2 Oct 1741","Mar 1816","Continental Army, American Revolution","He responded to the Lexington Alarm 19 April 1775 in Captain Jacob Davis' Company, Colonel Ebenezer Learned's Regiment." "I9322","Wheelock, Ensign Asa Jr","Abt 1783","24 Feb 1858","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I12370","Wheelock, Avery Harrison","31 Aug 1918","23 Nov 1992","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I8791","Wheelock, Seargent Benjamin","17 Aug 1729","16 Apr 1776","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm, 19 April 1775 in Captain John Albee's Company." "I8854","Wheelock, Sergeant Caleb","7 May 1745","","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm, April 19, 1775 as a private. He served as a Corporal in Lieutenant Colonel Nathan Tyler's Regiment, and was promoted to Sergeant." "I8860","Wheelock, Sergeant Calvin","5 May 1754","1807","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm, April 19, 1775 in Captain John Albee's Company as a private. He served as a Sergeant in Captain Philip Ammidon's Company, Colonel Tyler's Regiment." "I19263","Wheelock, Calvin Eugene","10 Sep 1929","4 May 2013","U.S. Navy, Korea","" "I19306","Wheelock, Calvin Hector","15 Aug 1922","27 Nov 2006","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I23195","Wheelock, Carl Raymond","20 Jun 1921","2 Feb 1944","","Company K, 3rd Battalion, 24th Marines, 4th Div. Killed in action." "I19860","Wheelock, Carlton Bowman","7 May 1822","24 Jan 1884","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I21678","Wheelock, Charles","3 Nov 1833","31 Oct 1907","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 14 Sep 1861. Saw extensive action until his discharge 11 Aug 1865." "I21380","Wheelock, Charles Delorma","","","U.S. Navy, WWI","" "I27859","Wheelock, Charles Elmer","26 Mar 1919","11 Jan 1961","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I19248","Wheelock, Charles Henry","14 Jul 1840","17 Sep 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","15th Massachusetts infantry. KIA Antietam, Maryland." "I21008","Wheelock, Chester Walter","5 Nov 1908","16 Aug 1982","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I26449","Wheelock, Clarendon W","12 Apr 1836","6 Dec 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment, Company C. November 1861 ti October 27, 1865." "I19500","Wheelock, Claude Percy","21 Oct 1921","21 Jun 2003","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I28385","Wheelock, Cyrus","Abt 1837","5 Feb 1918","Civil War, Union Army ","9th Regiment, New York, Calvary, Company K." "I19232","Wheelock, Daniel","18 Jul 1843","","Civil War, Union Army ","Company D, 147th Ohio Voulenteer Infantry" "I19502","Wheelock, Daniel C","28 Mar 1925","23 Aug 1996","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I19763","Wheelock, Daniel R","9 Feb 1915","15 May 1992","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I19472","Wheelock, Daniel S","22 Apr 1834","2 Aug 1909","Civil War, Union Army ","Co. G, 10th New York Heavy Artillery." "I18904","Wheelock, David Lorenzo Sr","6 May 1897","13 Aug 1953","U.S. Army, WWI","161 Depot Brigade" "I20999","Wheelock, De Forest August","23 Jul 1855","1 Jan 1928","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","" "I19055","Wheelock, Dickinson Ober","1885","3 Jan 1927","U.S. Army, WWI","" "I16035","Wheelock, Douglas Harry","5 May 1960","","U.S. Army","" "I19214","Wheelock, Earl Adelbert","22 Feb 1892","1 Dec 1962","U.S. Navy, WWI","" "I8602","Wheelock, Private Ebenezer","30 Aug 1718","6 May 1801","Continental Army, American Revolution","Served in the 2nd Mendon Company under Captain Nelson." "I29483","Wheelock, Edward","28 Sep 1829","26 Oct 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","83rd New York Infantry, Company A.
Epitaph:
Son of Joseph & Amelia Wheelock. Born in Providence. Died at Seminary Hospital, Fairfax, Va. He was fatally wounded at the Second Battle of Bull Run while nobly fighting in defense of his country.
Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.

(a line from the Roman lyrical poet Horace's Odes (III.2.13). The line can be roughly translated into English as: ""It is sweet and right to die for your country."")
" "I16473","Wheelock, Edward C","4 Mar 1840","10 Nov 1876","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlist in Company F, Third MI Infantry, on June 12, 1861. He was awarded the Kearny Cross for his participation in the battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia, on May 3, 1863." "I18738","Wheelock, Elbert Eugene","14 Sep 1847","24 Feb 1908","Civil War, Union Army ","Enlisted 18 Feb 1865 in Company G, 147th Illinois volunteer infantry." "I8629","Wheelock, Reverend Eleazar","22 Apr 1711","24 Apr 1779","","While never truly an enlisted service member, as Justice of the Peace of Hanover, Grafton, New Hampshire Eleazar conveyed information about the enemy to General George Washington." "I9270","Wheelock, Eleazer","15 Jul 1756","1841","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I8830","Wheelock, Eli","7 Jul 1760","18 Sep 1797","","Eli was a Fifer in the Revolution. At the age of 15 he joined Colonel Ebenezer Learned's Regiment and later under Colonel Cushing, and Colonel Jacob Davis." "I8660","Wheelock, Colonel Ephraim","23 Nov 1733","6 Feb 1826","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served in the French and Indian war for four years, was captain at the siege of Louisburg. He was a soldier of the Revolution. As a Colonel he commanded the 4th Suffolk County Regiment. He marched on the Lexington Alarm, and was at Ticonderoga and Crown Point." "I17565","Wheelock, Everett E","13 Apr 1838","12 Jan 1910","Civil War, Union Army ","Illinois Nineteenth Volunteer Infantry. " "I16472","Wheelock, Everett J","14 Oct 1836","1 Mar 1911","Civil War, Union Army ","Michigan Infantry Band. Enlisted 3 Oct 1861, discharged 19 Sep 1862." "I9787","Wheelock, Doctor Frank Robbins","9 Feb 1879","","U.S. Army, WWI","When World War I broke out he served as a medical officer and was cited for bravery in the Argonne offensive." "I16881","Wheelock, George A","20 May 1844","17 Aug 1882","Civil War, Union Army ","Compay G, 10th Massachusetts Volunteers." "I20155","Wheelock, George Gray","5 Jan 1892","30 Sep 1918","U.S. Army, WWI","Died at Camp Grant of disease." "I23651","Wheelock, George H","Abt 1850","","Civil War, Union Army ","George enlisted in company D, 6th Michigan Infantry, 12 Feb 1862, at Kalamazoo, for 3 years. He was 12 years old. He served as a drummer. He was in battles at Baton Rouge, LA, and Siege of Port Hudson, LA. He was discharged at Fort Gaines, AL, 12 Feb 1865." "I5335","Wheelock, George Nelson","2 May 1838","3 Jul 1863","","Company G, 15th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers. Killed at Gettysburg." "I8881","Wheelock, Captain Gideon","5 Jul 1771","14 Jul 1851","U.S. Army, War of 1812","He was captain of the local militia that marched to Platsburg." "I17835","Wheelock, Granville","25 Dec 1818","15 Mar 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I20063","Wheelock, Guilford Percy","28 Jun 1874","6 Apr 1944","U.S. Army, Spanish-American War","Company B Fifth Regiment Infantry, Second Brigade of the Militaia of Massachusetts" "I19302","Wheelock, Harry","2 Apr 1915","21 Jul 1964","U.S. Army, WWII","Company B, 6th Signal Company" "I19382","Wheelock, Harry","20 Oct 1792","13 Jun 1873","U.S. Army, War of 1812","" "I19940","Wheelock, Harry Delos","1 Feb 1876","17 Mar 1936","U.S. Army","" "I21007","Wheelock, Harry Gordon","27 Mar 1906","22 Oct 1983","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I9094","Wheelock, Ithamar","28 Feb 1761","11 Feb 1850","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I8920","Wheelock, Private Ithamar","","8 Jul 1832","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I8783","Wheelock, James","1745","15 Apr 1832","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I9092","Wheelock, Joel","8 Jul 1758","","Continental Army, American Revolution","Joel was a soldier of the Revolution along side his father or his brother Timothy." "I8962","Wheelock, Lieutenant Colonel John","28 Jan 1754","4 Apr 1817","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served in Colonel Bedel's Regiment. " "I23196","Wheelock, John E","5 Sep 1920","3 Mar 1957","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","" "I19521","Wheelock, John Francis","23 Feb 1832","9 Sep 1901","Civil War, Union Army ","He was a soldier of the Civil War, Company K of the 4th Michigan." "I9065","Wheelock, Jonathan","25 Feb 1754","13 Aug 1842","Continental Army, American Revolution","He marched on the Lexington Alarm in Captain Ross Wyman's Company of artillery. He was later seved under the command of Lieutenant Jackson." "I20072","Wheelock, Joseph Henry","13 Jan 1829","Apr 1862","","Graduated from West Point Military Academy, enlisted Massachusetts 7th Infantry Regiment, 20 Nov 1861 - 31 Jan 1862." "I8607","Wheelock, Private Josiah","30 Mar 1725","20 Dec 1794","Continental Army, American Revolution","Responded to the Lexington Alarm under Captain William Jennison." "I9073","Wheelock, Jotham","26 Aug 1763","27 Apr 1831","cont","" "I15046","Wheelock, Julia Susan","7 Oct 1833","7 Jun 1900","Civil War, Union Army ","While she was never officially in the service and was never compensated, she was a volunteer that served in field hospitals and brought aid and comfort to the wounded.

In 1862 she traveled from Michigan to Alexandria, Virginia to care for her brother Orville, was wounded at the Battle of Chantilly. It was only her intention to help her brother and then return. Upon her arrival she found she was to late that her brother had already passed.

Seeing the suffering of the other solders she resolved to stay and do for them what she would have done for her brother.

Newspapers of the day often referred to her as The ""Florence Nightingale of Michigan""." "I15046","Wheelock, Julia Susan","7 Oct 1833","7 Jun 1900","","October of 2002 she received a posthumous award from the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame, for her efforts during the Civil War." "I21394","Wheelock, Kenneth Richard","25 Mar 1939","29 Sep 2011","U.S. Navy","" "I28923","Wheelock, Laurence R","16 Aug 1947","8 Nov 2006","U.S. Army, Vietnam","" "I9273","Wheelock, Lyman","30 Nov 1761","29 Mar 1848","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I27771","Wheelock, Morgan Dix","10 Jan 1909","26 Sep 1988","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","Served as a U.S. Air Force reservist after the Air Force separated from the Army." "I9014","Wheelock, Moses","11 Jan 1737","15 Apr 1801","Continental Army, American Revolution","He responded to the Lexington Alarm. He was commissioned Captian in 1775. He was a major under Colonel Jonathan Smith in 1776. On 16 June 1777 he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the Worcester County Regiment that reinforced General Gates." "I17838","Wheelock, Norman","2 Jun 1825","","Civil War, Union Army ","Company D, 28th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers" "I15041","Wheelock, Orville","30 May 1826","9 Sep 1862","Civil War, Union Army ","Company K 8th Regiment Michigan Infantry. He was mortally wounded on the afternoon of September 1st, at the Battle of Chantilly. He lay on the battle field until the evening of September 5th. At that point had had a limb amputated and was transported to the hospital at Alexandria, Virginia where he died on September 9th." "I17837","Wheelock, Orville Edgar","11 Jan 1823","9 Aug 1899","Civil War, Union Army ","1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery Regiment, Company A." "I9784","Wheelock, Oscar Merritt","10 Jun 1877","15 Apr 1911","","While on the run from arrest warrants in the United States he served as an officer in the Mexican Revolution. On 15 November 1951 he was posthumously awarded the Mexican Legion of Honor medal. The U.S. Government denied his mother's request for military honors at his burial due to his criminal activity. " "I8846","Wheelock, Private Paul","Abt 1755","21 Aug 1840","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a private in Colonel Jonathan Holman's Regiment." "I8802","Wheelock, Corporal Paul","9 Feb 1738","1807","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as a corporal in Colonel Joseph Reed's Regiment." "I8595","Wheelock, Peter","23 Jul 1724","18 Feb 1802","","In 1781 Peter was a member of a committee to hire soldiers for the Revolution." "I20120","Wheelock, Philip Oughton","19 Sep 1924","7 Mar 2009","U.S. Army, WWII","He served as an infantry paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne." "I18916","Wheelock, Richard Lawrence","27 Sep 1926","20 Aug 1951","U.S. Army, WWII","TEC4, 91st Constabulary Squadron" "I19086","Wheelock, Robert Evans","18 Sep 1909","Jan 1955","U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII","510th Bomb Squadron " "I28986","Wheelock, Ronald Clarence","11 Nov 1915","29 Sep 1987","U.S. Army","" "I24338","Wheelock, Russell George","27 Dec 1927","4 Nov 2002","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I8915","Wheelock, Private Samuel","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","He responded to the Lexington Alarm of 19 April 1775 under Captain Staples Chamberlain's Company of Militia." "I8599","Wheelock, Ensign Samuel","6 Sep 1714","Abt Dec 1792","Continental Army, French and Indian War","" "I8593","Wheelock, Colonel Silas","11 Mar 1718","Bef 28 May 1793","Continental Army, American Revolution","Served in the Worcester County Regiment." "I8852","Wheelock, Lieutenant Simeon","18 Mar 1741","26 Jan 1787","Continental Army, American Revolution","He served as First Lieutenant of minute men at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Joseph Chapin's company. He later served as Lieutenant in other companies." "I9079","Wheelock, Stephen","22 Feb 1750","","Continental Army, American Revolution","He was a Private in Captain Job Cushing's Company of Minutemen. He marched in response to the Lexington Alarm of 19 April, 1775." "I17566","Wheelock, Theodore Darius","3 Apr 1840","21 May1906","Civil War, Union Army ","Company H, Illinois 19th Infantry." "I14998","Wheelock, Theodore H","16 Jul 1919","23 Feb 2012","U.S. Navy, WWII","" "I8932","Wheelock, Private Thomas","7 Apr 1749","15 Aug 1804","","He was a private in Captain Jacob Miller's Company, Colonel Ephraim Doolittle's Regiment; serving for the town of Holliston." "I20965","Wheelock, Thomas D","29 Nov 1830","22 Nov 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","Died as a Union prisoner of war in a Confederate camp in Millum, Georgia." "I8470","Wheelock, Timothy","1673","2 Jan 1761","Continental Army, French and Indian War","According to ""The Story of Colonial Lancaster"", by Marion Fuller Safford, 1937, Timothy Wheelock participated in an ""unsuccessful, even disastrous expedition against Canada"", in or around 1688. Conducted by the Royal Governor of the Commonwealth, Governor Phips, this expedition resulted from the ongoing conflict between Britain and France. Timothy Wheelock, and the four other Lancaster soldiers who participated in this conflict were not properly paid until ""50 years later"" when land grants were made to their heirs. William S. Tilden, in ""The History of Medfield"" writes that Timothy seems to have been incapable of taking care of himself. In 1699, a special town meeting was called to see what to. It was decided ""to pay out of the town treasury to John Arnold, prison keeper, to take the best and most prudent care of Wheelock"". In 1749, Joseph Wheelock of Lancaster deeds lands to Ephraim Wheelock of Medfield ""for taking care of my brother Timothy Wheelock.""" "I8682","Wheelock, Timothy","24 Jun 1724","14 Apr 1812","Continental Army, American Revolution","According to the DAR Timmothy was a Minute Man in the Revolution, however this may be an error in which his son was the actual soldier." "I19255","Wheelock, Walter Edwin","4 Jul 1891","9 Feb 1986","U.S. Army, WWI","Minnesota National Guard " "I24339","Wheelock, Warren Ray","19 Nov 1932","20 Feb 2015","U.S. Army","" "I9417","Wheelock, Welcome","26 Sep 1784","20 Mar 1865","Civil War, Union Army ","" "I19964","Wheelock, Willard E","29 Aug 1889","","U.S. Army, WWI","Medical Corp, 307th Infantry, 77th Division." "I19469","Wheelock, William H","1826","28 Jul 1864","Civil War, Union Army ","New York, 14th Artillery. POW. Died in Andersonville Prison" "I27773","Wheelock, William Hawkshurst","16 Sep 1936","","U.S. Air Force","" "I19617","Wheelock, William Warren","14 May 1835","9 Apr 1920","Civil War, Union Army ","Illinois 15th Infantry." "I14665","Whitney, son","","2 Oct 1422","","A son of Sir Robert Whitney was killed at the Battle of Pilleth on Wednesday, 2 October 1422 in Radnoreshire, Wales." "I29416","Whitney, Wheelock Jr","30 Jul 1926","20 May 2016","U.S. Navy","" "I15226","Wiborn, Edward W","11 Apr 1934","24 Apr 2000","U.S. Army","" "I30548","Willey, Able","","","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I858","Willey, Ensign Abraham","11 May 1750","12 May 1841","Continental Army, American Revolution","A soldier of the Revolution. ""He is in the Lexington Alarm"" list From East Haddam Connecticut. He was appointed Ensign in the 9th Company 1779." "I26238","Williams, Benjamin H","1874","1950","","Circuit Court Judge 1917-1945." "I8321","Witherby, Lieutenant Thomas","1 Jan 1747","8 May 1828","","According to the Daughters of The American Revolution Thomas's military service needs proof. They say the service popularly accredited to him ""belongs to another man of the same name"". " "I8901","Wood, Captain Josiah","Abt 1737","3 Nov 1815","Continental Army, American Revolution","" "I25492","Wood, Maxwell","14 Oct 1924","19 Feb 2013","U.S. Army, WWII","" "I20225","Woodruff, Julia Ellen","Abt 1874","","U.S. Navy, WWI","Recruiter, Chief Petty Officer." "I7801","Young, Joseph Ernest","9 Jan 1869","1901","U.S. Army","Joseph died in the service of his country in the Philippine Islands." "I8212","Young, Richard Whitehead","19 Apr 1858","27 Dec 1919","","In 1882 Richard Young graduated from West Point, 15th in his class. He went on to Columbia University Law School and graduated in 1884. He practiced as a military attorney until 1888, when he returned to Utah to open a private law practice.

He reentered the Army as a captain during the Spanish-American War, and led the Utah Light Artillery in the Philippines. When the war ended, he was appointed as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Territory of the Philippines Supreme Court. He later returned to private legal practice, acting as attorney for the Idaho Sugar Company.

During WWI, 1918 he was commissioned as a brigadier general. He led a U.S. infantry brigade in France. He died of appendicitis in 1919." "I23740","Zog I King of the Albanians","8 Oct 1895","9 Apr 1961","","During the First World War, Zogolli volunteered on the side of Austria-Hungary."