Millitary People buried in Warren County, IL

 

Military People Buried in Warren County, IL       

 

                        

I Pledge allegiance to the Flag

 of the United States of American

and to the republic for which it stands,

one nation under God.

Indivisible, 

With Liberty,

and Justice for All.

Civil War photo of 17th Infantry submitted by Rick Brown

Military info submitted by unknown person.

Buried in Silent Home Cemetery

Lieutenant  George B. Cross

Co. L 9th Il Cav.

Civil War
Sgt. William Mills

Co. G 1 Ill Cav.

Civil War
Mathias Reyolds

Co. D 12 Ill Cav.

Civil War
Unreadable first name

Berry Parrish

8th IL Cav.

Civil War
James Longshore

Co C 112 Ill Inf.

Civil War
John Davidson

Co L 8th Ill Cav/

Civil War
Alfred Fairchild

Co C 138th Ill Inf.

Civil War 

Joseph Rowe

Died November 16, 1864

AE 75yrs 6 mo

First Settler of Rio Twp., Knox Co. IL 

1831 settled there!

Black Hawk War

 

James Patterson

Co. G 1 Ill Cav.

 

Civil War
Donathan Bradly

Co. C Ill Cav.

1849 ~~ 1985

Civil War
Samuel Miner

Co L 9th Ill Cav.

Civil War
Henry L. Miner

Co. L 9th Ill Cav.

Civil War
Harold Carrier

Bugler US ARMY

World War I

                      

Buried in Sugar Tree Grove Cemetery

2 Lieutenant, Aleri Rodgers

Mc Bride's Co, 5 Va M L

1785 ~~ 1863

War of 1812
Isabell Rogers

1930 ~~ 1912

 

Real Daughter of Revolutionary War Soldier

Erected by the Puritans Cavalier Chapter

 

1st Sgt. John G. couldn't read last name 4th Co C Ill Inf.  

Civil War

Civil War Home Page

 

   

       

Buried in Lenox/Union Cemetery

Corp. Squire Clayton

Co G 1 Ill Inf

 

Civil War

 

Logan Murphy

Co C 20 US Cav

Civil War
Hugh Patterson

103 PA Inf

Civil War
Samuel H. Evans

Pvt. Btry B 28 Coast Arty

Feb. 1918~~ Sept 01, 1964

World War II
Harlan R. Jenks

PVT 506 Comoto Trans. Corp.

July 09, 1893 ~~ Sept. 09, 1965

World War I
   

Buried in TerpeningCemetery

Martin Reese

Captain of War of 1812

Oct. 03, 1883 ~~ Nov. 02, 1861

Captain in War of 1812
 

Ezekiel Terpening

my 4th great~grandfather

 

War of 1812
 

David Terpening

 

Civil War
 

John W. Townsend

Co K 55 Ill. Inf.

 

Civil War
 

William Landon

Bty H 1 Mo L Art

 

Civil War
 

William Henry Terpening

 

Civil War

  

Buried in HopeCemetery

 

Harrison Peck Terpening

my 3rd great ~ Grandfather

Co B 59 Ill Inf.

 

Civil War
 

Harold Luster Nelson

March 31, 1938

Illinois Corp 7 Motor Sup Tn 7 Div

 

World War I
 

Isaac Henry Thomas

Co H 14 Ill Inf.

 

Civil War

 

 

Laura A. Price

 

Daughters of the American Rev.

Marker

 

Florence Schott

 

Daughter's of the American Rev.

Marker

 

James W. Smith

Illinois Cpl HQ Co 347 Inf

 

World War I
 

John Armstrong, Captain

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Ned O. Wallace

PFC 52 Fld Arty Bn 18 Div

 

World War I
 

Albert F. Stemp

Cook Btry F308 Field Art Illinois

 

World War I
 

Charles N. Pruit

Co E 57 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

John Hodges

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Theodore Jay Bullman

6171 Supply Sqdn Air Force

 

World War I
 

Harmon G. Brown

McMurty's Co Ill Mtd Rangers

 

Black Hawk War
 

Henry C. Brown

Co E 17 Ill Inf.

 

Civil War
 

Elisha O. Atchison, Captain

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Henry C. Miles, Sgt.

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

John W. Brown

Co B 102 Ill Vol

Civil War
 

Robert St. George

Co B 102 Cal

 

Civil War
 

Thomas St. George

Co B 102 Reg Ill Vol

 

Civil War
 

John H. Landon, Sgt

Co H 14 Ill Inf (GAR)

 

Civil War
 

Harlan Francis Miles, SSgt

Army Air Force

 

World War II
 

Clifford White

Iowa Pvt 126 M G B N 34 Div

January 01, 1918

World War I
 

John H. Brown

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

C. C. Penny

Co B 72 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Marion J. Riley

PFC US Army

 

World War II
 

Samuel P. Haggatt

 

Civil War
   

 

Buried in PotterCemetery

Hiram C. Crandall

92nd Regiment

died in the service of his Country

 

Civil War

 

 

Jas H. Ingersoll

Co C 11 Ill Calvary

 

Civil War

Buried in MilesCemetery

John Gregg

died in the service of his country

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War

 

 

Morton Durand, Corporal

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Ambrose Stegall, ist Lieut.

Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
   

Buried in Gerlaw Cemetery

Rees Micheal S.

Sgt. Co B 102 Ill Inf

 

Civil War

 

 

Thieme, Harry

Co K 76 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Johnson, Dale

Illinois Sgt. Army Air Forces

 

World War II
 

McCoy, Scibner Woodrow

 

Illinois LCDR USNR

WORLD WAR II BSM

  

Buried in Monmouth Cemetery

Monmouth Camp #78 1898-1902
 

George F. Allen

Andrew W. Barnes

Fred Barnes

William G. Bond

Holt Bradford

Charles L. Brooks

Miles Castello

David E. Clark

James W. Clendenin

George E. Cox

Lloyd Davis

Herman Dueth

William H. Dunlap

Albert K. Ekbom

Ernest A. Featherston

William E. Fowler

James Gettiemy

Earl Grahm

Jessie Gunter

Stephen E. Hinshaw

Ira Howell

H. G. Hull

U. M. Grant Jefferys

John G. Johnson

Charles J. Johnson
Corp Co. H 9 Ill Inf


J. R. Johnson

Oscar Johnson

John Liby

Clifton Loe

Ben L. Maples

Louis A. Martin

Fred McIntosh

William J. McQullan

William D. McRynolds

Chris McVey

 Harold W. Mitchell

Leander M. Moore

William D. Moore

Randall R. Murdock

David L. Murphy

Charles Pendarvis

Albert Peterson

Sam T. Pickard

George H. Raymond

Samuel Reed

Andrew Roberts

Charles Sanderholm

Frances Scott

Otis See

William W.Shields

Robert St. George

William H. Shult

David J. WILLIAMSON
7/10/1879 1/23/1959
ILL Pvt Co B 9 Regt, NY Inf


Charles Sanderholm
died 6/1/1936
ILL QM Sgt 44 US Vol Inf USA Sp War Vet Cuba

 

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War

Veterans

Spanish American War Veterans

 

James B. Weir

Co F 83 Ill Inf GAR Post #330

 

Civil War
 

Andrew Clark

1st Sgt. Co G 12 Ill Cav

 

Civil War
 

Warren Frazell

 Corp. Co L 12 Ill Cav

 

Civil War
 

Franklyn G DAGGETT

1st Sgt Co D 102 ILL Inf. VFW Marker
 

Civil War
 

Robert W. McCLAUGHRY

Major, 118 ILL Inf.
 

Civil War
 

Henry AMEY
Co C 83rd ILL Infantry

William M. Miller
Co A 30 Ill Inf

J L Rulon

Artif B Co E 21 US Inf

Henry M. Rulon
13th US Inf Indiana Recruit

William L. Rulon
13th Inf Indiana Recruit

 

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

 

William Woodburn Beachem
1844-1882 GAR Marker

 

Civil War

William H. BEACHEM
Co G 54 Ohio Inf.
 
Civil War
 

Charles F. Allen
Corp Co A 35 NY Inf

 

Civil War



Daniel DeRenzy
Co C 83 ILL Inf

 
Civil War

Jerome Emerson
12/25/1844 4/6/1913
Co I 7 ILL Cav.
 
Civil War

Chas. H. Hoy
1851 1925 GAR Marker

 
Civil War

Charles W. Yoder
Co A 17 ILL Cav
 
Civil War

Oliver P. Brown
Co G 30 Ohio Inf, GAR Marker

William H. Sullivan
Co K 11 ILL Cav

L. J. Bosworth
Co F 140 ILL Inf

Churchevill Furr
Co F 17 ILL Inf, Am Legion Marker

Timothy Page
Co D 102 Ill Inf.

William J. McConnelee
2nd Lieut. Co 14 Iowa Cav 1861-1865

Levi Marlow
Sgt Co D 29 US Gld Inf

Ira Brown
Co H 6 Iowa Inf.
 
Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War
 

 

John A. Struthers
Co B 83rd ILL Inf.

 

Civil War
 

Leander Futhey
Co F 83 Ill Inf.

 

Civil War
 

John Carr
1830-1892

 

Civil War

No stone for Military just

GAR Flag Holder.

 

James Morgan
1st Lieut. Co F 83rd Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Hiram M. Frantz
Sgt. Co D 31 Ohio Inf

 

Civil War
 

Samuel A. Strickler
Co L 12 Ill Cav.

 

Civil WAR
 

Champlin C. Chester
Co K 138 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Samuel H. McCartney
Co K 36 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Washington L. Scott
Co F 17 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
 

Jerome Gilbert
Sgt. Co L 9 Ill Cav.
 

Civil War
 

Asa G. Merrill
killed at Battle of Fair Oaks, VA
buried on the battle field.
January 27, 1844- May 31, 1862
 

Civil War
 


Andrew J. Eby
9/9/1826 1/4/1908
Sgt Co G 1 ILL Cav

 

Civil War
 

John Finley Farquer
Co K 145 Ill Inf

George W. Wax
Sgt Co H 1 Ill Cav

John M.Campbell
1848 1908
Co H 47 ILL Inf

Peter P.Shepperd
2/14/1846 8/30/1928
Co B 35 NJ Inf
 

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War

 

James W. McMillan
1796-1868

 

No Military stone

but has a GAR flag holder bet he was in the WAR of 1812 instead. too old (65) for the civil war.

 

Samuel Merrifield
Co G 47 Ill Inf

 

Civil War
   
   
   
 

Robert E. Linde
died September 17, 1943
Ill Pvt. IgI Air Corps

 

World War I
 

Archie Kidder
1/10/1895 1/26/1955
ILL Pvt Co C 147 Inf. WWI

 

World War I
 

Ulysses Harrison
4/12/1892 11/21/1954
ILL F1 US Navy WWI

 

World War I
 

David G. Means
Ill Sgt. I Co Coast Artillery WWI

 

Word War I
 

Arthur M.. Means
Ill Pvt. WWI Co I 355 Inf 89 Div
 

World War I
 

Kenneth B. McGuire
1/4/1903 3/23/1972
ILL Pvt US Army WWII
 

World War II
 

Douglas L Hoon.
died 5/11/1936
ILL Pvt 1Cl 350 Inf 88 Div.

 

 

Ranson Doney
died 7/30/1915
Pvt. Ohio Inf, Mexican War
 
Mexican War
   
 

Bowles, James J.

Lt. Co, A 10th  MO Infantry

Confederate Soldier

 

Civil War
 

Samuel P. Hayes

Pvt. 10th TN BN

Confederate Soldier

 

Civil War
 

C. Stanley

Army Confederate Soldier

November 06, 1869

 

Civil War
 

Walter Houston

Army Confederate Soldier

February 27, 1896

 

Civil War
 

George Wallace

Pvt. Co., 14th TN

Consolidated Infantry

Confederate Soldier

If this is the guy who I think he is he's not buried here.  He's buried out West.

Civil War

 

   
       

Buried in Alexis Cemetery

James R.  McCall

Pvt. Co. F. 9th NC Cavalry

Confederate Soldier

 

Civil War

 

 

Buried in Meridian Cemetery

    James Meadows     Rev. War Soldier 
   

    October 1, 1847 Monmouth Atlas Review

WYATT STAPP'S COMPANY OF ILLINOIS MOUNTED VOLUNTEERS:

Wyatt B. Stapp, Captain William D. Day, 1st Corporal
George C. Lamphere, 1st Lieutenant James W. Robertson, 2nd Corporal
George W. Palmer, 1st 2nd Lieutenant Joseph Mackey, 3rd Corporal
John H. Mitchell 2nd 2nd Lieutenant George L. Shippey, 4th Corporal
John Holliday, 1st Sergeant Benjamin P. Fifield, 1st Bugler
James Townsley, 2nd Sergeant Robert M. Snapp, 2nd Bugler
Nicholas Pl Earp, 3rd Sergeant Robert C. West, Farrier and Blacksmith
Samuel Douglas, 4th Sergeant  

Privates

Robert C. Armstrong John C Fonday Ezra H. Nichols
William Averill James E. Gordon James A. Poland
David Brownlee Alonzo Grover William C. Owens
George R. A. Barnard Elias Guthrie Samuel Pike
Ezra G. Bartram Brice M. Henry Absalom Peckenpaugh
Isaiah Berry Richard Hatton James S. Parmenter
Esau Brown William Hatton Leicester Parmenter
William Barnsley Samuel Harding Orlando Porter
Edward O. Beebee Samuel Henderson Job Rhodes
John Black John B. Howard John F. Ruddle
Samuel J. Backus Ishmael H. Holcomb George H. Ruddle
Oliver Clanhmin Thomas G. Hogue John Reed
Reuben M. Coe Ezekiel Kent James Shields
David S. Cowan Michael King John Sissell
Zechariah Cutlip Calvin Kelley Leander Stanley
Job L. Carter William Kelley George W. Stegall
Thomas H. Davidson George Lanphere William Williams
Warner J. Daniel Clark Lanphere Cyrus Wells
Dixon s. Daniel Augustin Lillard Albert Webb
Joseph M. DeLaBar George W. McNeil Isaac Wilson
Charles Drain James W. Mitchell Luther P. Watson
Nicholas Dunlap William Monteith John J. Worden
Darius Dennis James A. Miles Henry Weston
James D. Eads John T. McWilliams James E. Wilson
George W. Foster George W. Morgan Warren R.  Wilson
Michael Fitzpatrick John Moffit Larkin Wells
James Furgus John B. Motley  

November 19, 1847 We publish list of deaths in the First Illinois Rgt. (Mexican War)

COMPANY A:  Died on the River:  J. Posey; At Ft. Leavenworth: Oliver Moreton; en route to Santa Fe: George Petra, Elias Allen, Lewis Hebiner; at Santa Fe: Felix Ammons, Isam Pierson.

COMPANY B:   H. C. NORRIS

COMPANY C:    Died at Leavenworth: James Baker and Joseph Watkins; Died enroute to Santa Fe: John W. Collins and Robert Easly; at Santa Fe: William N. Jones.

COMPANY D:  Leavenworth:  John McDickens; Santa Fe:  Thomas Angel.

COMPANY E:  Died enroute to Santa Fe:  A. J. Campbell and William Turner; at Santa Fe:  B. F. Brown.

COMPANY F:  Died en route to Santa Fe:  F. McDaniels; at Santa Fe: F. Spencer Pratt, John W. Wheat, Edgar Rools and William F. Black.

COMPANY G:   Died en route to Santa Fe:  Harvey Tresner; Died at Santa Fe:  David S. Blackman and James Carr.

COMPANY H:  Died at Leavenworth:  Daniel McArty, Thomas Morrow, Jacob Penrod, William Jones; died at Santa Fe: William A. Carr.

COMPANY I:  Died en route to Santa Fe:  Captain F. Niles and John Jewett; Died at Santa Fe: James Vincent.

COMPANY K:  Died en route to Santa Fe: William M. Hobbs and G. M. Seely; Died at Santa Fe: William H. Brents.

        

     

   

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