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VETERANS BURIED IN EASTERN MILLS COUNTY

BASS, BENNETT, BOSWELL, BURTON, CALLEN, CAMPBELL, CLEMMER, COPPAGE, CRAWFORD, DAVIS, DEMENT, EVANS, GRAHAM, GRAYSON, GRIFFITH, HALL, HARVEY, KARNES, MCCARTY, MCCLAIN, MCDILL, MCGILL, MCGREW, MCKOWN, MCMULLIN MERCER, MILLER, MINSKER, MITCHELL, MOATS, MOORE, PRIEST, RHOADS, SLACK, SNODGRASS, STELNER, STEWART, STRICKLER, TITTERINGTON, STURGEON, TUBBS, VANNAUSDLE, YOUNG, LYNN, ECHARD, EDIE, HUNTER, MORSE, ROATH

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Date: 5/26/2014 at 22:31:20

Malvern Leader
May 30, 1935

Veterans Buried in Eastern Mills County Cemeteries; Emerson, North Grove, Wesley Chapel, Henderson included in list.

War veterans buried in Indian Creek and Anderson townships except Hastings, with service listings are below. Unless otherwise indicated the soldiers are all veterans of the Civil war:

EMERSON
Hillside Cemetery
Irving G. Bass, Medical Div., Fort Bayard, N. M. (World war).
Erastus W. Bennett, C, 2 Iowa C.
Andrew P. Boswell, C, 71 Ind. I.
Levi M. H. Burton, K, 357 I., 90 Div., A. E. F. (World war).
Jnmos L. Callen. C, 153 N. Y. I.
William L. Campbell, B, 36 111. I.
John Clemmer, C, 17 W. Va. I.
Alexander W. Coppage, B. 91 111 I
Henry B. Crawford, I, 11 III. I.
John Crawford, D, 64 111. I.
Andrew A. Davis. H, 47 111. I.
David P. DeMent, B. 22 Ohio I.
Harmon Evans, G. 1 111. C.
Volney I. Evans, Officers' Training School, C. Pike, World war.
John Q. Graham, C. 36 III. I.
Edwin H. Grayson, A, Small Arms Replacement Draft, A. E. F., (World war).
James Griffith, I, 8 N. Y. C.
Calvin N. Hall, H, 74 Ohio I.
Frank H. Harvey, C, 313 Supply Train, 88th D. A. E. F. (World war).
Jasper Karnes, C, 118 111. I.
John McCarty, C. 210 Pa. I.
Arthur McClain. K, 37 Ind. I.
John A. McDill, H, 47 111. I.
Jeremiah P. McGill, E, 39 Ohio I.
James C. McGrew, H, 142 Ohio I.
John B. McKown, C, 83 111. I.
Lewis D. McMullin, G. 30 111. I.
William D. Mercer, B, 88 111. I.
E. J. Miller
William Minsker, C, 106 111. I.
John H. Mitchell. E, 10 III. I.
John Moats, E, 1 U. S. Vot. Vol. Engineers.
John B. Moore, H, 126 Ohio I.
Worley A. Priest, A, 160 Ohio I.
Daniel Rhoads, B, 7 Iowa C.
Alfred Slack, G, 8 Wls. I.
James W. Smith, Sergeant Major, 9 Iowa C.
Russell W. Snodgrass, H. 351 I., 88 Div., A. E. F. (World war).
Samuel Stelner. C, 24 N. Jer. I.
John T. Stewart, U. S. Navy (World war).
Conrad Strickler, P, 22 Iowa I.
Thomas Titterington. D, 17 Kan. Inf.
John F. Sturgeon, F, 98 Pa. I.
Harry S. Tubbs. Regimental band, i 51 Iowa I., (Spau.-Amer. war).
George W. Vannausdle, F, 136, Ohio I.
Joseph J. Young, E, 4 111. C.
Peter J. Lynn (Span.-Amer. war)
Unknown Civil war veteran.
Daniel Echard, Confederate.

North Grove Cemetery:
Harvey Edie. I, 11 111. C.
Isaac Edie, H, 83 III. I.
William Hunter, A, 29 Iowa I.
Samuel F. Moore. E, 10 III. I.
Timothy H. Morse
James W. Roath, C, 152 Ind. I.
Edward F. Scott, A, 184 Ohio I.

Cotton Cemetery:
Charles H. Hunter, K, 29 Iowa I.

Wesley Chapel Cemetery:
Jacob Caughell, D, 35 Ohio I.
William Coleman
Alexander Cunningham, A, 47 111. I.
William H. Darnell, D, 36 Iowa I.
William Fickel, K, 159 Ohio I.
Christopher Lookabill, B, 29 Iowa I.
Jesse A. Lumm, A, 31 Ohio I.
James Moore, B, 29 Iowa I.
Dexter Newton, E, 174 Ohio I.
George Parker, A, 144 Ohio I.
Robert H Pierson, Ky. I.

HENDERSON
Farm Creek Cemetery:
Samuel Badham, Mormon Battalion (Mexican war).
Watson R. Cooper, F, 15 Iowa I.
Jacob Coppock, A, S Ohio C.
Harry W. Kindig, D. 351 I., SS Div., A. E. F., (World war).
Richard Miller, B, 9 111. C.
Addison S. Paul, D, 95 N. Y. I.
Augustus Richards (War 1812).
Louis A. Renstrom
Robert Robison, B, 126 111. I.
Floyd B. Shinn, D, 1 111. C.
Major Lemuel D. Shinn. 102 111. I
Charles E. Slump, D, 7 Mo. C.
Homer R. Summers. G, 351 I, 8S Div., A. E. F. (World war).
Lloyd J. Titterington, Tank corps (World war).
Simeon Trlplett, F, 66 111. I.
James Warren, I, 46 111. I.
Joseph M. Williams, Battery D, 1 Wis. Heavy Artillery.
Robert J. Wilkinson, A. 137 I., A. E. F. (World war).
Hans F. Wilson. B, 98 Pa. I.
Joel Woods. I, 78 Pa. I.

Omitted from the list of war veterans burled In the Malvern cemetery published in The Leader of May 16 was John Dyke, (Mexican war, C. A. Mormon battalion).

Other additions or corrections for the list will be appreciated by the graves marking committee: H. C. Slater. Malvern. C. B. Day. Glenwood. H. 0. Blrdsall. Emerson.


 

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