FIRST BAPTIST CEMETERY -- Soldier Burials

Adams County Union-Republican
Wednesday, June 8, 1927

OUR ILLUSTRIOUS DEAD
Names of Soldiers Buried in the Adams County Cemeteries
WITH WAR SERVICE INDICATED
Record as Complete as We Are Able to Get It at the Present Time from Records

We are herewith giving a list of the soldier dead in the various cemeteries
in Adams county. If relatives or friends of the deceased ones know of any
errors in this list, we shall be pleased to have them notify us, so that the
records may be kept as accurately as possible.

In some instances the department of service is not given. If any of our
friends can furnish this information, it will be gladly received.

FIRST BAPTIST CEMETERY.
I.T. Homan, B 78th Ind. Inft.
Howard Homan, World War.
Wm. P. Lawrence, C. 122d Ohio Vol. infantry.
George E. Scott, D 29th Iowa.
Asher Shaw, G 136th Ohio.
Harlan Bristow, I 123d Indiana.
A.B. Canfield, E 46th Iowa.
David Yazel, B 23d Iowa.
Pleasant Prather, H 4th Iowa.
James Garrett, I 14th Indiana.
Morgan Warren, D 29th Iowa.
Wm. Stover, A 124th Illinois Inft.
John Kneller, G 47th Penn.
Jesse Homan, 8th Ind. light Art.
Francis Thompson, E 29th Iowa.
Martin V. Keesler, E 30th Ind. Inft.
Henry Boatman, D 2d Missouri Inft.
William F. Murphy, F 151st Ill. Inft.
William A. Sparks, I, 145th Ill. Inft.
James Gossard, D 10th Iowa.
David Fiscus, E 7th Indiana.
Otis Bickford.
J.M. Keesler.
John Hess, conf.
Jesse Miley.
J.J. Lyle.
David L. Fiscus
Joseph Eno, Philippine war.
H. Washington, Philippine war.
Fred A King, World War.

 

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