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Report: Military Service

         Description: Military Service

honoring our relatives that have served this country. This list is "in progress" and by no means comlete. If you feel we've overlooked someone please contact us using the "Suggest" tab on the top of their page.

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# Person ID Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Death Date Military Service: Place Military Service
1601 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." 
1602 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. 
1603 I19255  Wheelock, Walter Edwin  4 Jul 1891  9 Feb 1986  U.S. Army, WWI   Minnesota National Guard  
1604 I24339  Wheelock, Warren Ray  19 Nov 1932  20 Feb 2015  U.S. Army    
1605 I9417  Wheelock, Welcome  26 Sep 1784  20 Mar 1865  Civil War, Union Army    
1606 I19964  Wheelock, Willard Elmer  29 Aug 1889    U.S. Army, WWI   Medical Corp, 307th Infantry, 77th Division. 
1607 I19469  Wheelock, William H  1826  28 Jul 1864  Civil War, Union Army   New York, 14th Artillery. POW. Died in Andersonville Prison 
1608 I27773  Wheelock, William Hawkshurst  16 Sep 1936    U.S. Air Force    
1609 I19617  Wheelock, William Warren  14 May 1835  9 Apr 1920  Civil War, Union Army   Illinois 15th Infantry. 
1610 I61151  Whigam, Wallace Hugh  1 Nov 1860  1 Jul 1946  U.S. Army, Spanish-American War   Also WWI. 
1611 I62825  Whipple, William H  1831  13 Mar 1864  Civil War, Union Army   Died in Libby Prison. 
1612 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. 
1613 I29416  Whitney, Wheelock Jr  30 Jul 1926  20 May 2016  U.S. Navy    
1614 I15226  Wiborn, Edward W  11 Apr 1934  24 Apr 2000  U.S. Army    
1615 I6738  Wiborn, Frank  28 Feb 1907  14 May 1958  U.S. Navy    
1616 I36784  Widner, Omer Dale  16 Nov 1918  15 Jun 1977  U.S. Army, WWII    
1617 I58077  Wilcox, Frank Alfred  20 May 1887  13 Oct 1918  U.S. Army WWI   KIA Battle of Argonne. 
1618 I30548  Willey, Able      Continental Army, American Revolution    
1619 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. 
1620 I37652  Williams, Lytle George  19 Aug 1895  11 Oct 1960  U.S. Army, WWI    
1621 I56526  Williams, Marvin Jack Sr  7 Sep 1920  4 Oct 2014  U.S. Army, WWII    
1622 I54791  Wilson, Clarence Woodrow  1 Mar 1914  7 Dec 1995  U.S. Army, WWII    
1623 I53022  Wilson, Harold Reed  7 Aug 1895  24 Jul 1961  U.S. Marine Corps, WWI    
1624 I54798  Wilson, Richard Jerome  26 Apr 1934  4 Aug 1952  U.S. Air Force    
1625 I8321  Witherby, 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".  
1626 I33353  Witt, Merl Wesley  19 Sep 1922  14 Oct 2004  U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII    
1627 I54851  Wolfe, Clarence Edward Jr  20 Sep 1919  18 Nov 2013  U.S. Navy, WWII   He achieved the rank of Commander with the U.S. Navy. Ed was awarded the Purple Heart Medal and served during WWI in the Asiatic Pacific; European, African and Middle East theaters. He received the Victory medal, the American Area medal, the American Defense medal with one star and the Philippines Liberation Medal. He was a member of the Orange County Pearl Harbor Survivors. 
1628 I8901  Wood, Josiah  Abt 1737  3 Nov 1815  Continental Army, American Revolution    
1629 I25492  Wood, Maxwell  14 Oct 1924  19 Feb 2013  U.S. Army, WWII    
1630 I36051  Woodbridge, Christopher  4 Jul 1756    Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
1631 I36049  Woodbridge, Henry  25 Oct 1750  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at the Fort Griswold Massacre) 
1632 I20225  Woodruff, Julia Ellen  14 Nov 1874    U.S. Navy, WWI   Recruiter, Chief Petty Officer. 
1633 I63479  Woodruff, Nathaniel  16 May 1687  13 Nov 1758  Continental Army    
1634 I34520  Woodward, George Wheelock  12 Feb 1810  29 Jun 1887  Civil War, Union Army   Served as a chaplain for the Illinois 45th Infantry. January 1, 1862 to January 28, 1863. 
1635 I49484  Wooster, Charles Whiting  1 Jan 1780  1 Jan 1849    Served in the Chilean Navy.

In 1818 he was the captain aboard the Lautaro during the Expedition against Reina Marķa Isabel.

In 1825 he was the captain aboard the Aquiles during the capture of the Island of Chiloe. 
1636 I49479  Wooster, David  13 Mar 1711  22 May 1777  Continental Army, American Revolution   Mortally wounded at the Battle of Ridgefield.
1637 I53248  Worden, Alfred Merrill  7 Feb 1932  17 Mar 2020  U.S. Air Force   Colonel 
1638 I63476  Wright, Benjamin  13 Jul 1660  1743  Continental Army, King Philips War    
1639 I61119  Wright, Daniel  6 Jun 1778  30 Dec 1873  U.S. Army, War of 1812   He served in the Vermont militia for several years, attaining the rank of Captain June 6, 1803. 
1640 I18369  Wright, George  17 Oct 1820    Civil War, Union Army    
1641 I42244  Wright, Gurden Lewis  17 Mar 1843    Civil War, Union Army    
1642 I60015  Wright, Jason K  1807  6 Feb 1877  Civil War, Union Army   141st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Company K. August 6, 1864 - July 17, 1865. 
1643 I65622  Wright, John  31 May 1709  12 Nov 1784  Continental Army, American Revolution    
1644 I61118  Wright, Simeon  18 Oct 1751  11 Aug 1847  Continental Army, American Revolution    
1645 I22686  Young, John  30 Nov 1750  28 Feb 1826  Continental Army, American Revolution    
1646 I7801  Young, Joseph Ernest  9 Jan 1869  1901  U.S. Army   Joseph died in the service of his country in the Philippine Islands. 
1647 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. 
1648 I34342  Young, Vera  5 Nov 1902  12 Dec 1984  U.S. Army, WWII    
1649 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. 

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