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Photo by Laura Clary

The memorial was dedicated in 1910. Soldiers names are inscribed on three sides and contains mostly veterans of the Civil War although there are two from the War of 1812 and two from the Mexican War.
Photo by Laura Clary

Riley, Price, Arthur, Baxter, Hale, Phelps, Hodge, Wheeler, Francis, Sheperd, Ferguson, Goodrich, Flemming, Hetherington, Farmer, Bennett, Mott, McKinney, Blanchard, Uptagrafft
Photo by Laura Clary

Wood, Yarnes, Hatfield, Campbell, Mosher, Klein, Burns, Brownell, Austin, Warren, Owen, Tritle, Gadd, Burghardt, Lindsay, Green.
Photo by Roy Linn

Lemon, Crosby, Miller, Kelsey, Wilson, Sharp, Barron, Ellis, Mott, Vreeland, Baxter, Ladoux, Kingman, Wells, One Unknown.
WAR OF 1812: Clark, Osborne
MEXICAN WAR: Byerly, Welch
Peter Flemming is not buried in Lakeview. Whether he was moved from Lakeview or not is not known but he is buried at St. Margarets Cemetery. John Uptagrafft was originally buried at Rose Hill Cemetery but was moved to Lakeview.
See Dickinson County Civil War Veterans for more information on each Civil War veteran.
See Our Military Index for more information on Dickinson County Military.

Transcriptions at Spirit Lake Public Library Cemetery Records
Transcriptions At
There are over 4000 tombstone transcriptions (some have obituaries and pictures).
Photos of Lakeview Tombstones