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Audrain County Veterans Memorial Page

In tribute to and loving remembrance of our ancestors

Dedicated to the men who fought for our freedom through the Revolutionary War through the Civil War.Includes RW, War of 1812, Indian Wars, Civil War, Spanish American, WWI, WWII.

Audrain Connections, please
not listed elsewhere

RW = Revolutionary War - 1812 = War of 1812- IW = Indians Wars - CWN = Civil War Union- CWS = Civil War CSA - SPA = Spanish American - WWI and WWII .
Additional Conflicts will be added on request.

This is a new page - to contribute your names, please contact me with:
Name of veteran, birth and death dates, which war, branch of service, rank in service, or any pertinent information you may have. Photographs are also welcome. A separate page will be created if there is enough information and a photo.


Apgar, Samuel  CWN 
Armstrong, Joe C.CSA


Bafford, William Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Bailey,  George W. Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Barnes,  A. C.  Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Barry,   George  Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Baskett,  DR. T.  J. Elmwood  Cemetery CSA
Baskin,  J.C.  V. Elmwood Cemetery CSA
Bayless, George   Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Beckley.  I.C.  Elmwood Cemtery CSA
Bedell,  Pete   Elmwood Cemetery CSA
Berry, Caleb   Elmwood Cemetery CSA
Bird,  G.  F,   Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Black,  W. J.  Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Black,  Clifford Elmwood Cemetery CWN
Botkins,  J.  B. Elmwood Cemetery CSA
Bridges,  Charles S. Elmwood Cemetery  CWN
Buckner,   J.  C. Elmwood Cemetery CSA
Bullard, Charles R. buried Larimer Co., CO.,CSA Sergeant, Company K, 4th Missouri Cavalry
Butler,  D. W.Elmwood Cemetery CSA


Dempsey: James H. . died August 24, 1907 and is buried at McDonald Cemetery near Thompson, Documentation exists proving that the remains of James H. Dempsey rests here and that he was a Union veteran.  





Gaines, William L. Elmwood Cemetery WWI



Lillard: Walker J. Lillard enlisted in the 4th Missouri Colored Infantry (later designated the 68th U.S. Colored Infantry) in Mexico, Missouri on March 21, 1864.  He was mustered in on April 6, 1864 at Benton Barracks.  He mustered out as a corporal on February 5, 1866submited by a gr gr gr grandson, James Hubbard though Erik Thorson.

David Lilliard - connection to above unknown. Enlistment at the same time as Walker in the 4th Missouri Colored Infantry

Shay, Phillip CWN  buried at Elmwood Cemetery