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Title: St. Augustine National Cemetery index and biographical guide
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Title: St. Augustine National Cemetery index and biographical guide (preliminary abridged edition)
Series Title: Special archives publication
Physical Description: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal, St. Francis Barracks
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [198-]
Subject: War memorials -- Florida -- Saint Augustine   ( lcsh )
Soldiers' monuments -- Florida -- Saint Augustine   ( lcsh )
National cemeteries -- Florida -- Saint Augustine   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Includes index.
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...Introduction and Research Notes

...Official History; St. Augustine National Cemetery

...Alphabetical Index of Names


...Section A and Special Section A

...Section B and Special Section B

...Section C

...Section D and Special Section D

...Section E

...Post Section

...Memorial Section

...Special Memorials and Inscriptions

...Inscriptions; Private Monuments


...Union Army; Abstract Summaries of Regiments Represented in the
..* Th 33r U.S. Color nfanrtj
...World War I; Abstract Summaries of Divisions Represented in
the Cemetery

...General Information; Campaign Medals


This edition of the index and guide to the cemetery is the second
to be produced by the Historical Services Division, Department of
Military Affairs. Except for the many rank and unit insignia
illustrations and Second Seminole War casualty lists used in the
first edition, the same biographical material is present in this
version. Some new material has been added related to Union Army
regimental service during the Civil War and a few fragments of
additional biographical data on several individuals.

Eventually, it is hoped a commercially-viable version of this
book can be produced for sale and distribution to a wider public
with the help and support of the Florida National Guard
Historical Foundation. Considerable research remains to be done
especially on the men and units associated with the Spanish
American War and in nearly one hundred years worth of obituary
files in the local St. Augustine newspaper.

Many resources have been used in producing the information
contained in this publication including official military records
in the National Archives, the Florida Department of Military
Affairs, Marine Corps and Navy Historical facilities in
Washington, the St. Augustine Historical Society, the Florida
State Archives, and the records of the St. Augustine National
Cemetery prior to their removal to archival storage. Reference
books too numerous to list were utilized, especially in
researching campaign, unit and battle information associated with
our interred casualties of several wars.


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104 Marine Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Although the St. Augustine burial ground was not
designated a National Cemetery until the latter half
of the 19th century, this hallowed plot of land played
a role in the entire, colorful history of the oldest city
in the United States.
In the days of the first Spanish colony of St.
Augustine, a Franciscan monastery and convent stood
near the south end of the city. The land which is now
the National Cemetery was a part of the property
held by the religious community. The southern
boundary of the present-day cemetery marks the
periphery of the old Spanish walled city.
Under the English rule of Florida (1763-1783), the
convent ,was occupied by the military and barracks
were constructed on the site. During the second
Spanish occupation of Florida (1783-1821) the
property remained in the hands of the military.
When the United States gained possession of
Florida in 1821, the St. Francis Barracks housed the
military of the third nation to stand guard over the
city, already 3 centuries old. Shortly after, land at the
Barracks was set aside for a post cemetery. According
to the old burial records,, the first interment took
olace in 1828.
The greatest number of early interments were
those of the soldiers who died during the Florida
Indian Wars, either on the battlefield or due to the
sickness and disease which were not uncommon in this
sub-tropical climate.
The Seminole Indians resisted the mass emigra-
tion to the West imposed upon the tribes by the
United States government. Seven years of war
followed the signing of the deportation treaties.
On December 23, 1835, Major Francis L. Dade
with 108 men and officers began the journey from
Fort Brook (Tampa) to offer reinforcement to
General Wiley Thompson stationed at Fort King
His sense of geography confused, Dade announced
to his men on the 28th that they had passed the
danger zone. He failed to take precautions to send an
advance or flank guard. The heavy winter garments of
the soldiers covered their weapons, so that when the
Seminoles staged an attack, Dade's men were virtually
crippled. Only one soldier survived to recount the
A few months later, when travel in the area was
again possible, a command under General Gaines
came up from Tampa and buried the fallen men on
the site of the massacre.
In 1842, when hostilities ceased, it was proposed'
to transfer the remains of the men who fell with
Major Dade, and of all those who died within the

territory, to one burial ground. Reinterment, with
proper ceremonies, took plate at the St. Augustine
post cemetery, where 3 pyramids of native coquina
stone were erected in memory of the soldiers who
fought in the Florida Wars.
Nearby, several plain, white marble markers desig-
nate the graves of Indian scouts.
In the early 1860's the nation anticipated the
effects of seemingly irreconcilable dissent in the
government. In St. Augustine, sentiment was divided.
By 1845, when Florida became the 27th State in the
Union, the city was quickly developing as a modern
resort, offering a warm climate and a contrasting
Latin culture especially attractive to northern visitors.
When, in January of 1861, the State of Florida
seceded from the Union, Confederate troops raised
the fourth flag to fly over the city. Fort Marion and
the St. Francis Barracks were appropriated by the
new army.
The city suffered greatly from the interruption of
trade. In March of 1862, a Federal gunboat, the
Wabash, entered St. Augustine harbor and the mayor
of the city surrendered rather than attempt a surely
devastating battle. St. Augustine again became part of
the Union and never reverted to Confederate hands
during the course of the war.
It was during the Civil War, in 1862, that President
Lincoln approved legislation which provided, "the
President of the United States shall have power,
whenever in his opinion it shall be expedient, to
purchase cemetery grounds and cause them to be
securely enclosed, to be used as a national cemetery
for the soldiers who shall die in the service of the
country." From this original law, composed with
only experiences of the present civil conflict in mind,
evolved the National Cemetery System. Today, not
only those who die on active duty, but all men and
women who have honorably served their country in
the armed forces, are provided a secure and fitting
resting place in one of the many national cemeteries
across the nation.
In 1881, St. Augustine was once again a
flourishing city and the commanding officer at the St.
Francis Barracks recognized the need to assure the
proper care and respectful treatment of the old post
cemetery. That same year, Brevet Brigadier General
Meigs proposed these measures:

"As Florida is now a resort of many thousands
of citizens with their families in search of
benefit from its mild winter climate, it will be
only becoming to put this cemetery, too long
neglected and lately fallen into decay, into as
good condition as the other national military
General Meigs suggested that the old post burial
grounds be declared a National Cemetery, thereby
making repair funds available from the appropriation
for national cemeteries, and The Adjutant General's
office concurred.
It was also proposed at this time to erect a
monument to the soldiers who died in the Florida
Wars-a tall white obelisk to stand before the three
pyramids-the cost of which would be met by a
donation of one day's pay from each soldier stationed
at the Barracks.
A wall of coquina was constructed to properly
enclose the cemetery. In 1912 and 1913, additional
land from the military reservation was set apart for
the expansion of the cemetery, nearly doubling its
Over the years further measures have been taken
to preserve the distinctive atmosphere that permeates
the old Spanish town. In 1938 a new superintendent's
lodge was constructed according to designs approved
by the city council, which has always sought to
preserve the unique heritage of St. Augustine. Built of
coquina with an over-hanging balcony and weathered
shingle roof, the architecture is strictly in keeping
with the style of the old Spanish homes in the
historic district. A coquina rostrum, the stage for
Memorial Day, Veterans Day and other official
ceremonies, standing at the northern end of the
cemetery echoes the curving roofline silhouettes of
the Spanish Baroque style, seen in other prominent
structures in the city.
Here in the St. Augustine National Cemetery the
national colors fly, signifying that a grateful nation
honors in death those who served her during their
Today the cemetery remains a link between the
past and the present, reminding one of the first
colony and of its growth with a new nation, through
the courage and dedication of the men and women
buried here.

ADAMS, Arch T. B-566 BAHRT, Charlotte A-287

ADAMS, Horace H. D-143 BAHRT, Marie A-316

ADAMS, William A. B-455 BAILEY, Cato A-192

ALDEN, Charles H. A-19 BAKER, Delbert C-123

ALFORD, Johnnie H. B-567 BANTA, Samuel Memorial

ALLEN, Elizabeth W. C-55 BARD, Edward A-60

ALLEN, Frederick R. C-54 BARDIN, Billy Z. Post 14

ALLEN, Lewis B-454 BARLOW, Richard C. B-429

ANDERSON, Leslie L. B-690 BARNES, David J. A-125

ANGELL, John B-453 BARNES, Lee C-85

ANKER, Harry C. A-23-A BARNWELL, Isaac B-476

ANKROM, Virgil C. B-572 BARR, Robert A-219

ANSLEY, Bascom H. D-130 BARRETO, Albert F. B-516

ANTON, James E. B-544 BARRINGER, Elanor R. C-82

ARKELL, Harry C. B-452 BARRINGER, John A. C-82

ARMSTRONG, William F. B-345 BARRY, Thomas G. D-166

ARNAU, Margaret M. C-145 BARTON, Frederick B-596

ARNAU, Walter C. C-146 BASS. Albert A-222

ARNDT, Marion B-474 BASSETT, George W. Jr. A-328


ATKINSON, John F. B-597 BAUSKETT, Victoria M. B-654

AUEN, Raymond H. B-614 BAUSKETT, William T. B-654

AVANT, Barney L. A-17A BEACH, James C. A-41

BEARDSLEY, Benajah W. C-161

BECK, Isabelle M. B-377

BECK, Perry A. B-377

BELANGER, Horace A-70-B

BELL, John A-91

BELLAMY, Benjamin W. D-63
BRADY, Thomas A-242
BENJAMIN, Professor B. A-211
BENNETT, William H. Jr. A-326
BRAKE, Theodore W.B. B-473
BENSON, Henry Ellis A-147
BRANDT, Edward H. B-343
BENSON, Jennie E. A-147
BRANNAN, Cassius C. A-53D
BENTSON, Robert A-276
BREDE, Herman A-143
BEVERLY, Clara E-34
BRENNAN, Clarence
BEVERLY, AGerald S. E-34
BRENNAN, Helen M. D-96
BEVILLE, Curtis B. D-178
BRENNAN, Jack W. D-95
BILGER, Howard W. B-479
BRESLAW, Leon B-682
BILLINGTON, James L. C-198
BREWER, Robert M. Jr. D-174
BISCO, Welek A-67
BRIGMAN, Henry A-367
BRINSON, Phillip L. Memorial
BRODERICK, Michael Leo A-13-A
BLAIR, Paine D. C-134
BROOKE, Dillon D. C-187
BLISS, George T. B-410
BROOKS, Anna B. D-42
BOGART, Arthur W. C-20
BROOKS, Robert J. D-41
BOLCH, Leonard E. A-14-E
BROWER, George W. B-464
BONAR, George T. B-610
BROWN, Benjamin B-316
BOND, James B-564
BROWN, Charles R. C-61
BORISSOFF, Nicholas Y. B-684
BROWN, Eddie D. Post 7
BORUM, Cleo B. C-95
BROWN, George M. A-127
BORUM, Daniel W. C-94
BROWN, Gertrude C. C-102
BOSTIC, Ned L. C-131
BROWN, Herbert E-9
BOYLL, Harold L. B-607
BROWN, Jacob A-8
BOWDEN, Lawrence G. D-93
BROWN, James W. D-136
BOYNTON, Edward C-156
BROWN, John T. C-103
BRADSHAW, Charles J. D-133
BROWN, Mary M. A-127

BROWN, Rosa G. A-126
BROWN, Rosa A126 CAIN, Stafford A-293
BROWN, William F. A-126
BROWN, William F. A126 CALLAHAN, Patrick T. Post 12
BROWNING, John P. C-200 CAMPBELL, Edward D-
CAMPBELL, Edward D-82
BRUER, George H. D-113
CAMPBELL, Edwin C-160
BRUER, Henry D-112
SH D CAMPBELL, Harry L. B-469
BRUNS, Waldo C. Post 17
SCAMPBELL, Orville E. A-292
BRYANT, Malcom E. A-113
-11 CAMPBELL, William C. C-62
BUCHER, Frank A. A-139
BUCHER, Frank A. A-139 CAMPBELL, William H. B-409
BUCKHALT, John C. Memorial CANFIELD Lucy A-124

BUELL, Clarence E. Jr. D-157 CANFIELD, Roy A-124

BUNTING, Joseph A. Post 13 CANNIFF, Richard D. E-28

BURKE, Joseph A-204 CAPO, John L.J. D-165
BURKE, William C. B-531 CAPO, Vivian L. D-16
CAPO, Vivian L. D-164
BURKS, Early R. B-574 CAREY, John A-230
CAREY, John A-230
BURNS, Richard D-64 CARLYLE, Harry J. B-662-A

BURNS, Thomas F. B-451 CARR, Charles L. B-503

BURTON, William H. B-601 CARR, Emna J. B-503

BUSKIRK, George W. B-667
BUSKIR, George W. B-667 CARRINGTON, William E. D-139
BUSSEY, John H. A-364
BUSSEY, John, H A-364 CARTWRIGHT, Stephen H. Jr. A-224-B

BUTCHER. Lloyd, A-18A CARVES, John M. D-124

BUTLER, Harriette L. C-33 CASEY, William J. A-15-A

BUTLER, Arthur S. B-555 CASON, Donovan D-371

BUTLER, Hartman L. C-32 CASON, Edith H. B-370

BUTMAN, Henry Lester E-13 CASTIGLIONE, Joseph E. D-73

BYERS, George J. D-119 CAUDELL, Charles A. A-136

CHADWICK, Louis G. B-571

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RAMOS, Emanuel A-14A RICHARDSON, William M. B-679

RAMOS, Henrietta E.S. A-14A RICHBOURG, Charles E. A-321

RAND, Allen E. B-376 RICHLEY, George C. B-657

RANDOLPH, Richard D-13 RIES, Raymond P. B-657-A

RAWLS, James M. D-169 RILEY, Althea M. B-338

RAYMOND, Edna L. B-342 INGSWALD, Fred A. A-16-E

RAYNER, Perry G. C-130 RITTENHOUSE, William B. B-544

REDDINGTON, George B-529 RIVANBARK, Oscar L. D-51

REDMON, Alonzo L. B-477 ROBERTS, Robert H. E-16

REED, Thomas J. A-369 ROBERTS, William W. C-80

REES, Frazier L. C-98 ROBERTSON, James A-56

REGISTER, Clarence V. C-122 ROBINSON, Edgar A-300
REHFELDT, Otto H. C-135 ROBINSON, John A-188

REINARD, Charles J. C-112 ROCHE, Billy B. Memorial

REMLING, Richard C. A-125A RODNEY, Leo C. A-12

REVELLE, John Sr. C-81 ROGERO, Christobal B-562

REYES, Bernard J. B-475 ROGERS, Arthur E. B-538

RHEA, Amy E. C-73 ROGERS, Byron S. B-536

RHEA, Hugh S. C-74 ROGERS, John B. B-676

RICH, Charles C. C-116 ROGERS, Sadie P. B-537

RICH, Minnie R. C-117 ROHRER, Dorothy C. D-149
ROLLINS, William E. A-96

ROMBERG, Sone A. B-586 SAGIRS, Walter B. A-21-A

ROSS, Adolph A-36 SALLE, Ole A-29
(Also listed as ROSE)
SALMON, John S. D-4-A
ROSS, Jack H. C-101
SALMON, Ursula R. D-4-A
ROUSSEAU, James C-128
SANDLIN, William H. A-97
ROUSSEAU, Mabel C. C-129 S W
SAPP, Walter A-209
ROWE, Edward D-8
SAULMAN, Malon F. B-533
RUSSELL, Henry C. A-169
SAVAGE, Thomas R. D-3
RUSSELL, Will D. D-125 S p
SAWTLE, Joseph B-578
RULL, William A-256
SAWYER, Arthur L. D-90
RYAN, Francis P. Post 10
SAWYER, Louis C. A-104-B
RYAN, William A-202
SCARBOROUGH, Walter P. B-411

SCHIRMER, Lawrence F. C-67


SCHNEIDER, Robert L. C-65

SCHWAB, George M. B-491

SCHMIDT, John B-466

SCHONDER, Charles W. C-23

SCHOLER, Charles A-62

SCHWEMER, Louis K. A-42

SCOTT, Joseph A-70

SCOVILLE, Genevieve D-132

SCOVILLE, George W. D-131

SEIDEL, Howard G. B-671


SELF, Jesse A-195

(Or Sonsabaugh)

SERKIN, Stephen S. Memorial SMITH, Edward B-510

SEXTEN, Robert J. A-138 SMITH, Elizabeth B. B-703

SHADELL, Joseph H. C-126 SMITH, Gather B-513

SHANNON, James A-274 SMITH, George Memorial

SHARIT, Amos L. B-372 SMITH, Guy S. B-395

SHARIT, Ernestine B. B-373 SMITH, Horace A-21

SHELLENBERGER, Amanda R. B-551 SMITH, Janet C. A-394

SHELLENBERGER, John K. B-550 SMITH, Marion L. C-183

SHIELDS, Patrick A-36C SMITH, Orsino T. B-521

SHUT, Charles A-142 SMITH, Sebree I. B-393

SIBTHORPE, Harold Jr. B-651 SMITH, Will

SIMMONS, George L. C-67 SMITH, William S. A-14

SIMMONS, L.P. A-182 SNOW, George W. B-417

SIMMONS, Richard B-659 SNOW, Harry M. A-290

SIMS, Charles D-58 SNOW, Pearle W. A-290

SIMS, Marion D. B-661-A SNYDER, Jacob D. A-234

SINEY, Edward W. B-573 SOLANO, Howard J. Memorial

SINGLETON, Harvey G. C-199 SOLINSKIE, Joseph A-70-A

SINK, Elizabeth F. B-545 SOMEILLAN, Raymond C-51

SINK, Lee J. B-546 SPARKS, DeLanduel D-2
SKINNER, James B-465 SPAULDING, Edward G. A-145-A

SKINNER, Mary I. B-465 SPENCER, Frank L. D-135

SLUSHER, Clay M. B-665 SPENCER, George H. B-507

SMALL, Roscoe W. B-481 SPENCER, Jim D-4

SMITH, Andrew B-344 SPENGLER, Emily S. B-718

SMITH, Bennie A. Sr. B-670 SPENGLER, Jacob H. B-718

SMITH, Charles A-30 SPICER, Rodney F. C-189

SMITH, Clifford S. B-450 SPITZBERGEN, Herman F. A-132

SPRAGUE, Mary W. A-87 STREETER, Milford S. B-599

STALDER, Fred O. B-637 STROBEL, Herman A-64

STAMPS, Jesse E. A-17B STROUD, Mcdade Jr. B-323

STANHOPE, John R. Jr. A-289 STROUD, William C. B-512

STANLEY, William O. A-312 SULLIVAN, John T. B-621

STARKE, Charles A. A-89 SULLIVAN, Theodore G. B-637

STATMAN, Montague Post-3 SUTHERLAND, Luke C-157

STCLAIR, Wiulliam A-63 SUTPHIN, Ira L. B-349

STEFFENS, Henry A-90 SUTTON, Willie L. D-84

STEIN, Thomas J. A-103

STEINER, Gottlieb B-490

STEPHENS, Charles C-34

STEPHENSON, George W. C-147

STEVENSON, Robert V. D-98

STEWART, Henrietta A-175

STEWART, Isabelle T. B-627

STEWART, Jacob A-175

STEWART, James M. A-246

STEWART, James T. A-291

STEWART, John H. A-334

STERNBERG,, Aaron W. B-666

STICHWAY, Joseph F. B-372

STIMMEL, Clarence 0. C-175

STIMMEL, Emma A. C-174

STOKES, Carl A-53B

STONE, Charles W. Sr. B-594

STONE, John W. A-151

STOUT, Clarence R. C-185

TAPE, George D-55 TRIAY, Earl J. B-467
TARBOX, Thomas J. C-38 TRIAY, Margaret R. B-467

TART, Clyde T. D-101 TUCKER, Loland J. Post 8
TAYLOR, George B-499 TUCKER, William D-6

TAYLOR, George J. C-69 TUTTLE, Stephen A-1

TAYLOR, George L. B-539 TYLER, F. R. B-356
TYLER, F. R* B-356
TAYLOR, Mary A. L. B-500

TAYLOR, Simon A-214

TEST, Harrison M.

THIELEN, Martin B-626

THOMAS, Charlie D-85

THOMAS, David H. C-202

THOMAS, Harvey D-6

THOMAS, Julius A-200

THOMAS, Peter, A. A-122

THOMAS, William A. Memorial UNDERWOOD, Ben D-62


THORNTON, Paul E. B-668

TIDWELL, Fred B. A-160 VANSANT, Joseph A. A-40

TOMLINSON, Arthur A-333 VARNUM, Emma B-425
TOMLINSON, Fred C. A-337 VARNUM, Girard C. B-425

TONER, Dennis M. B-663-A VILLARNOBO, Olando S. A-164

TOWN, Franklin A-294 VISTER, Emil A-129

TOWNSEND, John A-22 VOKE, Ellen R. D-15-A

TRABOLD, Ludwig D-6-A VOKE, Myren V. D-15-A

TRABOLD, Myrtle D-6-A VROOMAN, Quinton C. III E-10

WADE, Charles E.T. A-218 WHITEHURST, Daniel Scott A-248

WADLEY, Jesse A-184-1 WHITTLE, Thomas H. C-22

WAINWRIGHT, Henry A. B-489 WIGGER, Ewald J. B-540

WAINWRIGHT, James M. A-104 WILCOX, DeLaFayette A-2

WAITMAN, Jason A-212 WILER, William L. B-687

WALDEN, William H. A-130 WILHARM, Fred R. B-515

WALES, Arthur N. A-53A WILKESON, William D-71

WALKER, Perry R. A-123 WILLIAMS, Charles A-279

WALL, John J. C-109 WILLIAMS, Cresier D-77

WALLACE, George S. C-79 WILLIAMS, Irving D-17

WALLER, Peleus A. B-488 WILLIAMS, Jack A-232

WALTERS, Grady M. Jr. D-162 WILLIAMS, Jacob P. D-40

WALTON, Percy S. B-514 WILLIAMS, Jesse N. D-33

WARD, Robert C. B-535 WILLIAMS, John A-336

WARDON, Eugene F. C-58 WILLIAMS, Joseph D-18

WARES, William P. B-702 WILLIAMS, Robert A-240

WATFORD, Herman K. E-21 WILLIAMS, Russell D-67

WEAVER, Fred B. Post 9 WILLIAMS, William B-485

WEAVER, William C-125 WILMARTH, Almon L. B-408

WEBBER, Anna M. A-325 WILLMARTH, Mary L. B-408

WEBBER, Walter 1. A-325 WILSON, Charles J. A-210

WELCH, William D. B-716 WILSON Edward A. A-35

WELKER, James S. B-487 WILSON, James L. B-398

WEST, Mrs. B-511 WILSON, Lawrence D-79

WERNER, Harry B-361 WILSON, Peter P.B. Post 1

WHIDDEN, Charles H. D-97 WILSON, William E. C-184

WHITEHEAD, Lonnie R. A-92 WILTON, Frederick G. A-155

WHITEHURST, John A. A-248 WIMBUSH, Fred E-25

WINANS, Charles B. A-85A XIRAU, Jorgo C-93

WINSEL, Lora E. C-114

WISEMAN, Lawrence B. B-415 YAEKEL, Jane L. 8-482

WOLF, Fred D-30 YAEKEL, Richard B-482

WOLFF, Franklin P. D-140 YEATER, William L. B-484

WOOD, Clarence B. C-53 YELVINGTON, Lawrence B-668

WOOD, Hansel G. B-612

WOODRUFF, Charles E. A-72 ZIEBLER, Frederick B-358

WOOTEN, Leila V. C-106 ZIEGLER, Charles B-478

WOOTEN, Roscoe C. C-105 ZIEGLER, Willie D-72

WOOTEN, Van B-685 ZIMMERMAN, Howard F. C-35

WOOTTON, William H. Post 4 ZOLI, Joseph B-609

WORTH, Margaret S. A-18 ZUYL, Albert G. A-170

WROTON, Horace D-49

WYLLIE, Stanley E. B-416

WYLLIE, Stanley 0. B-416

WYLLIE, Wilhelmina W. Post 11

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In addition to the remains interred beneath the pyramids, there
are a number of individual burials of unknown soldiers. Most.
perhaps all, are from the era of the Seminole Indian Wars. Most
are marked "Unknown U.S. Soldier Indian Wars in Fla". The others
are simply marked "Unknown U.S. Soldier". It is possible some of
the latter are Civil War Internments or men of the U.S. Garrison
of St. Augustine, 1865 to 1900. By their position In the
cemetery, a few could be Spanish American War era graves but the
extant records fall to indicate which period the soldiers

Individual Unknown Soldier Graves: Section A

20, 23, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 71, 73, 75, 76, 77,
79-C, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 164, 165, 167, 169,
171, 174, 178, 178, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 236, 251, 252, 253,
254, 255, 257, 258. 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 275, 278, 280, 282.
285, 287, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 314, 315, 331-A

Individual Unknown Soldiers Graves: Section B

360, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 457, 458, 459, 483, 486, 498. 580,
581, 582


TUTTLE, Stephen A-i

1st. Lieutenant, U.S. Army Engineers. New Jersey: age 36 at
death 21 January 1835. Born 10 October 1798. Number one graduate
of West Point Class of 1820. (Flat marker, further inscriptions)
Brevet 2nd Lieutenant, Engineers 1 July 1820. .2nd Lieutenant 29
August 1829, 1st Lieutenant 24 May 1828.

WILCOX, DeLafayette A-2

Brevet Major, 5th U.S. Infantry. Died at Palatka, 3 January
1842. Served in Canada, War of 1812. (Private monument; further
inscriptions) Private and Sergeant in Continental Army, 25th
Infantry 13 May 1812 until commissioned Ensign in the 25th
Infantry 16 November 1813. 2nd Lieutenant 14 March and 1st
Lieutenant 14 October 1814. Transfered to 6th Infantry 17 May
1815 and 5th Infantry 1 June 1821. Promoted Captain 1 April 1822
and Brevet Major 1 April 1832.

DAVIS, Jackman J. A-3

Lieutenant, 1st Artillery. 17th in West Point Class of 1814.
Born: New Hampshire. Died 20 February 1828. (2nd Lieutenant,
Corps of Artillery 21 July 1814, 1st Lieutenant 20 April 1818; -
transfered to9 2nd Artillery 1 June 1821 and to 1st Artillery 16
August 1821. Acting Quartermaster 19 May 1826 to 20 February

MCNEIL, John Winfield Scott A-4

Entered Military Academy at West Point from Michigan, 1 July 1834
to 15 February 1835. 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Dragoons, 8 June 1836.
Died of wounds 11 September received in Action against the
Seminole Indians at Mosquito Inlet 10 September 1837. Born
Massachusetts. (Flat marker; further inscription)

GATES, William A-5

Son of Major Gates, U.S. Army.

ELWES, Alfred W. A-6

From Maryland. Assistant Surgeon 9 May 1825, Surgeon 4 July 1836.
Major, U.S. Army. Died 12 June 1842.-

GARNER, Hezekiah A-7

From Maryland, 2nd Lieutenant, Corps of Artillery 28 January
1820, Captain 7 July 1838. Transfered to -3rd Artillery 1 June
1821. 1st Lieutenant 26 February 1827. Regimental Adjutant 15
March 1827 to 16 November 1837. Died at Picolata, 23 October
1841. (Flat marker; further inscription)

BROWN, Jacob A-8

Paymaster, U.S. Army. Born Brownville, New York 1 August 1812.
27th in West Point Class of 1832.Brevet 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd
Infantry, 1 July 1832,; 2nd Lieutenant,1 July 1834. Resigned 31
July 1836. Paymaster 4 January 1840 and died at St. Augustine 25
October 1841. (Private marker; further inscription).


Private, Company G, 4th Ohio Cavalry. Died 7 October 1916.

NOYES, Charles A-10

Asst. Surgeon, 31 August 1838. U.S. Army. Born Newberryport,
Massachusetts 26 March 1815 and died 26 July 1841. (Private
marker; further inscription)

POOLE, Benjamin A-11

Lieutenant, 3rd Artillery. Died 9 November 1839.

RODNEY, George Clayton A-12

Delaware: West Point 1 July 1933; 26th in class. 2nd Lieutenant,
3rd Artillery, 1 July 1937, 1st Lieutenant 9 July 1938. Died 5
November 1839, age 24. (Private marker; further inscription, not
immediately readable)

JENNINGS, Rowley S. A-13

2nd Lieutenant, Company A, 3rd Artillery. West Point Class 1838.
Born Tennessee. Died 12 November 1839 age 21 years. (or 24 years)

SMITH, William Scandrett A-14

Passed Midshipman, U.S. Navy. Died 13 November 1839 age 22
years, 4 months and 24 days. (Private marker; further

RAMOS, Emanuel A-14-A

Private, Company F, 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Discharged 27 January 1899. Died 4 March 1938.
Interred 8 March 1938.

STRATTON, Henrietta Elizabeth A-14-A

Wife of Emanuel Ramos same grave. Died 13 January 1945. (No file

CURRY, Eddie V. 6333134 A-14-B

Private, Company C, 83rd Field Artillery, U.S. Army. Service: 4
June 1937. Florida: died 21 August 1938, Fort Benning, Georgia.
In Service at time of death. Next of kin; Edith Curry, mother.

HOFFMAN, Alexander Thompson A-15

2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Infantry 1 August 1838. U.S.Army. Born
Sacketts Harbor, New York 8 March 1820, died 25 January 1844.

GUTHARDT, Herman A-16

Private, Company B, 7th U.S. Infantry. Died 10 September 1863..

DAMEN, Andrew C. A-17

U.S. Army, 343 Squadron. Died 20 October 1918.

AVANT, Barney L. A-17-A

Private, Company E, 5th Infantry. Georgia: died 19 July 1936.
Discharged 5 June 1917. (Identified as serving in the National
Guard). Interred 21 July 1936. Next of kin; M.W. Avant, St.
Augustine, Florida.

STAMPS, Jesse E. 1361760 A-17-B

Private, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army. Enlisted in the
Florida National Guard at Jacksonville, Florida 8 May 1917 aged
21 years and was discharged 29 January 1919. Also Service with
Hospital 121, 106th Sanitary Train. No overseas duty. Born in
Chattanooga, Tennessee Florida: died 8-March 1937.

WORTH, Margaret Stafford A-18

Wife of Brevet General William J. Worth. Born 1799, died 1869.
(Private marker; further inscription).

BUTCHER, Lloyd A-18-A

Private, Company F, 1st Infantry. Discharged 8 October 1898.
South Dakota: died 22 March 1937. Interred 23 march 1937.

ALDEN, Charles H. A-19

Sergeant, 19th U.S. Infantry, Civil War. Died 22 May 1917.


SMITH, Horace A-21

Lieutenant, 2nd Artillery. Died 8 January 1928.


Sergeant, Company A, 10th New York Infantry. Died 20 March 1917.


GOOD, Henry A-24

Private, Company K, 5th U.S. Artillery. Born Clara, King's
County, Ireland. Died 14 May 1877.

LEWIN, Alexander H. A-25

Private, Company C, 11th Ohio Cavalry. Died 23 June 1917.


Private, Company K, 5th U.S. Artillery. Died 20 August 1880.

NOONAN, Patrick A-27

Private, Company I, 66th Ohio Infantry, Civil War. Died 22
November 1917.

NOONAN, Rebecca A-27

Wife of Patrick Noonan same grave. Died 25 November 1908.


Private, Company A, 5th U.S. Artillery. Died 26 February 1880.

SALLE, Ole A-29

Private, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army. Died 28 January 1918.

SMITH, Charles A-30

Private, Company G, 5th U.S. Artillery. Date of death unknown.
(circa 1880)

MILLS, Charles L. A-31

Private, Signal Corps, U.S. Army, World War I. Resident of, and
Enlisted from Tampa, Florida 11 February 1918 aged 32 years.
Born in Alabama. Died before formal start of active duty with
the Regular Army on 7 March 1918 of Lobar Pneumonia.

PROFIT, David A-32

Private, Company G, 2nd U.S. Artillery. Date of death unknown.
(Circa 1886)

DICKSON, Samuel J. A-33

2nd Lieutenant, Field Regiment, Remount Service, Quartermaster's
Corps, U.S. Army. Died 28 March 1918. Born Wisconsin; Residence,

ROSE, Adolph A-34

Sergeant, Company L, 2nd U.S. Artillery. Died 2 January 1886.

FLANNIGAN, Robert R. A-34-A

Private 1st Class, Company F, 130th Infantry, 33rd Division,
World War I. Discharged 31 May 1919. Illinois: died 26 December
1939. Interred 3 January 1939.

(The 33rd Division achieved combat status when. it entered the
lines at Hamel in July 1918. Its major campaigns included Amiens
and Meuse-Argonne).

DUNBAR, Omar Boyd A-34-B

Sergeant, Company D, 338th Machine Gun Battalion, 88th Division,
World War I. Discharged 15 June 1919. Minnesota: died 3 January
1940. Interred 6 January 1940.

(The 88th Division landed in France in September of 1918 and, as
a unit, was never committed to combat. Divisional artillery did
participate in several operations including the Meuse-
Argonne Offensive. However, as a depot division, many, perhaps
most, of its individual soldiers were sent to other units as

SHIELDS, Patrick A-34-C

Corporal, Company K, 2nd Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Died 21 June 1940. Also known as Patrick Shields
Jr. and P.J. Shields.

WILSON, Edward A. 2908978 A-35

Private 1st Class, Company D, Service Battalion, 547th (Colored)
Engineers, U.S. Army, World War I. REsident and inducted at
Jacksonville, Florida 1 September 1918 and discharged 23 July
1919. Served overseas from 27 October 1918 to 16 July 1919. Born
in St. Augustine, Florida 24 January 1897 and died 15 November
1934. Interred 23 November 1934.

DENSON, Lamar A-36

Private, 45th Company, 12th Training Battalion, 157th Depot
Brigade, U.S. Army, World War I. Discharged 8 December 1918.
Florida: died 22 October 1934. Interred 25 October 1934.

CRUMMER, Charles Walter 1689706 A-37

Private, Company A, 367th (Colored) Infantry, 92nd Division,
World War I. Resident and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida 1
April 1918 aged 23 years 8 months and discharged 2 April 1919.
Born at Palatka, Florida and died 22 August 1934. Interred 27
August 1934.

(The 367th Infantry arrived in France during June of 1918. Like
the regiments of the 93rd Division, those of the 92nd saw some
service with the French Army and were together as an American
division only during the Meuse-ARgonne Offensive).

LAMB, Johnie 813600 A-38

Private, Headquarters Detachment, 338th Transportation Corps,
U.S. Army, World War I. Resident of St. Augustine, Florida,
enlisted at Fort Screven, Georgia 18 April 1918 aged 19 years 2
months and discharged 30 September 1919. Served overseas from 6
June 1918 to 19 September 1919. Born in St. Augustine,
Florida and died 28 July 1934. Interred 2 August 1934.

COPELAND, Stanley 2921339 A-39

Private 1st Class, Company D, 802nd (Colored) Pioneer Infantry,
U.S. Army, World War I. Resident and inducted at Tampa, Florida
17 May 1918 and discharged 19 July 1919. Served overseas 1
September 1918 to 9 July 1919. Also served with Supply and
Machine Gun Company, 802nd (Colored) Pioneer Infantry. Born in
JAcksonville, Florida 10 November 1881 and died 14 May 1934.
Interred 26 May 1934.

VANSANT, Joseph A. A-40

Private, U.S. Marine Corps. Died 23 November 1916.

BEACH, James C. A-41

Private, Company H, 126th New York Infantry, Civil War. Died 2
October 1918.

SCHWEMER, Louis K. A-42

Sergeant, Baker, 356th Quartermasters, U.S. Army, World War I.
Died 14 October 1918.








Private, 340th Remount Squadron, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S.
Army, World War I. Died 13 October 1918.




HAMLETT, Eric C. A-53

Private 7th U.S. Coast Artillery Corps. Died 30 October 1918.

WALES, Arthur N. A-53-A

Private, Company K, 1st Infantry. Died 8 October 1937.

STOKES, Carl 1883946 A-53-B

Private, Company C, 316th Field Artillery, 81st Division, World
War I. Resident of Okachobee and inducted at Fort Pierce,
Florida 26 April 1918 aged 27 years 4 months and discharged 14
March 1919. Served overseas from 5 August 1918 to 16 February
1919. Florida: died 29 December 1937. Interred 3 January 1938.

(The 316th Field Artillery, as part of the 81st Division, entered
a combat sector of the lines in September 1918 and participated
in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive).

DEGGS, Luther J. 2907398 A-53-C

Private, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army. Resident of Hastings
and inducted at Palatka, Florida 31 July 1918 and discharged 19
December 1919. No overseas service; entire career at Camp
Johnston, Florida. Born in Lyoyde, Florida 16 August 1894 and
died 29 December 1937. Interred 3 January 1938.

BRANNAN, Cassius C. A-53-D

Private, 4th Csvalry. Discharged 10 October 1898. Spanish
American War. California: died 22 November 1937. Interred 26
November 1937.

HAUGHTON, Lafayette A-54

Private, Company A, 4th Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 1 September 1898.

COX, Harmon W. A-55

Private, Company C, 2nd Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died: 10 September 1898.


Private, Company E, 4th Illinois Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 13 October 1898.

KEY, Frank M. A-57

Private, Company H, 2nd Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 22 August 1898.

COLLETTE, Lewis A. A-58

Private, Company H, 9th Illinois Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 26 September 1898.

HALE, John H. A-59

Private, Company G, 1st North Carolina Infantry, Spanish American
war. Died 29 August 1898.

BARD, Edward A-60

Private, Company G, 3rd Nebraska Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 7 September 1906.

HAYNES, Thomas F. A-61

Private, Company E, 2nd Mississippi Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Born 22 September 1872, died at Jacksonville,
Florida 8 September 1898.

SCHOLER, Charles A-62

Private, Hospital Corps, U.S. Volunteers, Spanish American War.
Died 19 February 1906.

ST CLAIR, William G. A-63

Private, Company M, 2nd Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 22 September 1898.

STROBEL, Herman A-64

Private, company L, 2nd Illinois Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 2 September 1898.

LARSON, Axal W. A-65

Private, Company G, 3rd Nebraska Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 30 September 1898.

GREGG, Henry D. A-66

Private, Hospital Corps, U.S. Army, Spanish American War. Died
14 October 1898.

BISCO, Welek A-67

Private, 29th Labor Regiment, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army,
World War I. Died 3 December 1918.

ELDRED, Bert A-68

Private, Company C, 50th Iowa Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 25 October 1898.

JONES, Frank B. A-69

Private, Company M, 50th Iowa Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 13 September 1898.

SCOTT, Joseph A-70

Private, Company M, 1st Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 26 June 1898.

SOLINSKIE, Joseph A-70-A

Seaman 2nd Class, U.S. Naval Reserve Force, World War I.
Discharged 30 September 1921. New York: Died 18 September 1940.
Interred 23 September 1940.

BELANGER, Horace A-70-B

Sergeant, 4th (also listed as 25th) Regiment, U.S. Marine Corps.
7 October 1941. In service at time of death. Interred 10 October


WOODRUFF, Charles E. A-72

Ist Lieutenant, Company A, 2nd Infantry. From New York.
Appointed 2nd Lieutenant of the 2nd Infantry 8 MArch 1837 and 1st
Lieutenant 27 November 1839. Died 17 April 1841. (At Fort
Holmes, Florida).


MORAN, Thomas A-74

Company D, 7th U.S. Infantry, Civil War. Died 18 July 1868.




JOHNS, George A-78

Private, 18th Company, 1st Quartermasters Corps, U.S. Army, World
War I. Died 12 December 1918.

FRENCH, Thomas A-79

2nd Lieutenant, 6th New York Cavalry, Civil War. Born in 1830,
possibly in Canada. Claimed service in British Army in Crimean
War. Also served in the 6th Massachusetts Cavalry. (Private
marker; further inscription)

LINKOUS, Wheeler P. A-79-A

Corporal, Company H, 2nd Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Discharged 16 December 1898. Died 27 December 1938. Interred 30
December 1938.

LANGFORD, Robert L. A-79-B

Private, Company H, 4th Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Discharged 25 January 1899. Died 19 April 1939. Interred 21 April



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Spring 1981 ~- 7 39

The Light Brigade: A Confirmed Veteran or a New Mystery?
by Bob Hawk
St. Augustine, Florida, U.S.A.
While walking through the small but beautiful national cemetery in St.
Augustine, I spotted the following inscription:
Thomas French
Served in the Crimean
and Civil Wars
One of the famous 17th Lancers
The Light Brigade
Nothing could be better designed to set the blood pounding in the veins of a
British medal collector! I could barely contain my eagerness to get home and find
my copy of Honour the Light Brigade. I turned to the section on the 17th
Lancers. There was one entry to a private with the appropriate last name:
725 French, (Private George)
Enlisted: c. 1842
at Varna
Medal: Crimea (S).
For obvious reasons, that was not a satisfactory discovery. A detailed examina-
tion of every regiment in the book failed to produce another 'French'. I had a
17th Lancer who supposedly enlisted at the age of 12 and subsequently changed
his first name. No, there had to be more to it than that!
A visit to the cemetery caretaker produced burial records which stated Thomas
French had died on 18 June 1904 and had been a 2nd Lieut. in the 6th New York
Cavalry during the Civil War. I sent off an inquiry to the National Archives, but,
as yet, no reply has been received. Still not enough.
I went to the local (St. Augustine) newspaper office and asked for the
microfilm of the issues for 1904. They were of a weekly, and an extensive search
over several months' worth of issues provided only the following:
(Thursday 26 May 1904) 'Col. French is confined to his bed by illness at his home on
Marine Street'.
SNo obituary, nothing further, but I now had a colonel!
A check of the county legal records produced no will or probate of estate, but I
did learn that Thomas French had a wife (Harriet), had bought and sold several
pieces of land in the area and had received a Homestead Grant of 139 acres in
central Florida from the Federal Government in 1895. (Which he promptly sold
for 500 dollars).
The old city directories informed me Thomas French had lived on Treasury and
Marine Streets and had had a part ownership in a restaurant at 58 St. George
Street. (The latter now part of the Historic Restoration Area and once again a
restaurant.) I really wasn't much better off than before.
A few days later, while pouring over assorted records in the library of the St.
Augustine Historical Association, I accidently discovered the local newspaper
had been both a weekly and a daily in 1904. I found the microfilm for the daily
version and, 'Bingo', the following (excerpts) page one, column one, 20 June

40 The Orders and Medals Research Society


Balaklava Hero Passed
Away Saturday Evening

Funeral Held Yesterday Afternoon was
Most Imposing-Military Honors
Accorded the Old Soldier

Sketch of his Life
(The first several paragraphs recount his last illness, residence in the area for the
past 17 years, and how well traveled and well liked he was.) Then ...
'Colonel French was 75 years of age. He was born on the Isle of Jersey and was a
veteran of two wars, being one of the heroes of the famous 14th Lancers, or Light
Brigade (sic), immortalized by its memorable charge at Balaklava. He also served
during the Civil War. He entered at the beginning of the Civil War as a lieutenant and
'before the close had attained the rank of colonel. His mother's father was a
Portuguese; and was governor of Gibralter at the time the English occupied the
stronghold. His father was colonel of the Twelfth Infantry Regiment of the British
army, and his brothers also hold high commissions in the British Army.'
(The next several paragraphs describe the funeral and note that Col. French had
perfected plans to re-visit England the summer he died.)
Are the records of Lummis and Wynn incorrect or incomplete? The biographi-
cal details relating to French's family would seem easy to corroborate. (Of course,
it flashed through my mind, could this French be a relation of Sir John French!)
Can any fellow member on the other side of the Atlantic help me? It would be
greatly appreciated and of great interest to me and to all the people of St.
Augustine I've bothered and/or enlisted in the search. Have I found new
information about an overlooked Light Brigade veteran or was Col. French of the
British and Union armies in part the imaginative creation of an old man?
Since I submitted my first article on Thomas French, the U.S. National
Archives have sent me a modest selection of documents and letters relating to the
military service and pension claims of Mr. French and his wives. Yes, his wives;
plural. I had hoped the government records would clear up the ambiguities in his
life, at least that part of it on this side of the Atlantic. Indeed, a few of them are
resolved, but several new ones have taken their place.
On 3 September 1861, Thomas French, 5ft. 10in., aged approximately 37, with
hazel eyes, grey hair and sallow complexion, enlisted in Company A, 6th
Regiment of New York (Volunteer) Cavalry. He was appointed Sergeant on 12
September 1861 and officially commissioned a 2nd Lieut. in Company D of that
regiment on 27 October 1862. He was wounded at Wheatland, Virginia, on 21
October 1862 and was on sick leave from then until his official discharge under
honorable conditions in May 1863. So far, so good. Obviously he didn't rise to
the rank of colonel as claimed in the obituary, but at least he was on active service
during the war. A few rather confusing documents accompany the records of his
service with the New York Regiment.

Spring 1981 41

There is a letter from someone in Toronto, Canada, with information about
French's wife and children and their desperate need for money. The letter
mentions that previous letters to Thomas French went unanswered. (This letter
was sent in care of the C.O. of the Regiment). In January 1863, French applied
for leave to visit his wife and children in Canada. Whether or not he went is
unknown. However, all subsequent documents and letters associated with
Thomas French assert either that he was never married or had been a widower
prior to 1861! The situation gets mildly confusing when both his widows applied
for a U.S. pension. French's second wife Harriet, whom he married in 1866 in
Boston, applied first and duly received her widow's pension. French's first wife,
also named Harriet, and still in Canada and very much alive, applied in 1909 but
did not receive a pension. Her claim indicated she and Thomas French had been
married on 5 October 1852 at Richmond, Quebec.
To make matters slightly more confusing, on 26 December 1863, Thomas
French enlisted as a 'Veteran Volunteer' in Company M, 4th Massachusetts
Volunteer Cavalry. He was appointed 1st Sgt. and served with the Regiment in
the South until the end of the war. On 1 May 1865, he was once again elevated to
commissioned rank, becoming a 2nd Lieut. in the 4th Massachusetts Cavalry
after having performed the duties of an officer for many months. He was
officially mustered out of service in November 1865. French never again referred
to his service with the Massachusetts Cavalry nor did he use it in connection with
his pension claims of later years.* -;?
Of French's life after the war, I know only that he worked -in Boston for four
years, was in Illinois in 1878 and moved to St. Augustine in approximately 1879.
It seems fairly certain he cut his contacts with his Canadian family in 1863. There
are no records to account for his activities between 1852 and 1861 so service in the
Crimea is at least possible, if not very probable# When more is known of his
'British' life, then we should know if Thomas French was an 'overlooked'
Crimean veteran or a very imaginative immigrant.
A c na. c.-o, .h..., L.n..,.(-
*A cross check of sisnatur an.i~infomational overlap prove It was th rame Thomas French in both Rlimcntis.

KING, Joseph L. A-79-D

Private, Company F, 6th Cavalry. Gerogia: died 22 December 1938.
(No file card)

DUMMETT, Ann Marie A-80

Wife of 1st Lieutenant Edward J. Dummett, grave A-118. Born 16
September 1817 died 9 March 1899.

KITTS, Willis 1028420 A-81

3rd Class Mess Attendent, U.S. Naval Reserve Force, World War I.
Resident and enlisted at Miami, Florida 25 April 1918 aged 19
years 3 months and died 12 December 1918. Served at Receiving
Ship, Norfolk, Virginia and aboard the U.S.S. HANNIBAL. Died at
the U.S. Naval Base Number 27 in Plymouth, England.

DUMMETT, Mortimer A-82

Daughter of Lt. Edward J. Dummett, grave A-118. Died 20 February

HARDEE, Elizabeth Dummett A-83

Wife of Brevet Lt. Col. Hardee. Died 10 June 1853.

MOORE, Wilburn E. 2397913 A-84

Residence, Tampa, enlisted at Fort Screven, Florida, Age 31 years
5 months. Also Kelly Field. Sergeant, 14th Company, 4th Motor
Mechanical Corps, Army Air Service, World War I. Service: 14
December 1917. Died of pneumonia in service 20 September 1918.
Next of kin Cynthia Moore, wife, Jacksonville, Florida.

COE, Henry Lester 1218350 A-85

Boilermaker, U.S. Naval Reserve Force, World War I. Resident of
Tampa and enlisted at Key West, Florida 11 October 1917 aged 23
years 1 month; died 13 October 1918. Assignments included
Headquarters, 7th Naval District, Section 4, the U.S.S. ALERT and
Naval Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina where he died.
Florida: 11 August 1894 to 13 October 1918.

WINANS, Charles B. A-85-A

Private, Casual Detachment, 16th Infantry. Discharged June 1922.
Kansas: died 8 July 1938. Intered 12 July 1938.

O'HARA, Martin L. A-85-B

Corporal, Quartermasters Corps, U.S. Army. World War I.
Discharged 2 May 1919. New York: Died 8 March 1938. Interred 11
March 1938.

COCHRAN, Melville A. Jr. A-86

Son of Lt. Colonel M.A. Cochran, U.S. Army, Retired. Born 1878,
died 14 July 1903.

(Colonel Cochran Senior had become a Captain of Regular Infantry,
Union Army, in 1861, ending the war as a Breveted Major for
bravery at the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863. He retired a Lt.
Colonel in 1898)

SPRAGUE, Mary Worth A-87

Wife of Colonel John T. Sprague, U.S. Army. Born 1822 died 6
November 1876.

(Colonel Sprague's military career began as a 2nd Lieutenant of
Marines in 1834. Switching to the Regular Army, he gained normal
promotions to the rank of Colonel in 1863. He was breveted for
bravery during the Second Seminole War and again in 1848. He
died 6 September 1878).

HUBBELL, Stafford Sprague A-88

Son of Major H.W. Hubbell, U.S. Army. Born 12 August 1883, died
14 August 1899.

(Major Hubbell began as a Private in the New York Infantry, Civil
War, switching to artillery afterwards. He rose to Colonel and
commanded a regiment of US Volunteers in the Spanish American
War. He remained in their Army after that war).

STARKE, Charles A. A-89

Private, Company I, 6th Missouri Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida (11) or 13 October 1898.

STEFFINS, Henry A-90

Private, Company L, 2nd Illinois Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 24 September 1898.

BELL, John A-91

Private, Company A, 2nd Texas Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in the Philipine Islands 13 September 1898.

WHITEHEAD, Lonnie R. A-92

Private, Hospital Corps, U.S. Volunteers, Spanish American War.
Died 18 November 1898.

ELLICKSON, Thomas A-93

Private, Company C, 1st Wisconsin Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 2 August 1898.

NILSON, Sven A-94

Private, Company G, 3rd Nebraska Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 7 September 1898.

PARKER, Archie W. A-95

Corporal, Company H, 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died in Florida 4 August 1898.

ROLLINS, William E. A-96

Private, Company G, 2nd Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 19 August 1898.

SANDLIN, William H. A-97

Private, Company B, 2nd Mississippi Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died 17 August 1898.

GREGORY, William F. A-98

Private, Company E, 2nd Mississippi Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died in Florida 27 August 1898.

HAYES, Archer C. A-99

Private, Company B, 1st North Carolina Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died 18 August 1898.


Private, Company E, 49th Iowa Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 14 September 1898.

KAYLER, George A. A-101

Private, Company C, 1st Wisconsin Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 17 July 1898.

CHAPLIN, William E. A-102

Private, Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died in Florida 18 June 1898.

STEIN, Thomas J. (also Steines) A-103

Private, Company H, 1st South Carolina Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died 17 August 1898.

WAINWRIGHT, James M. A-104

Private, Company F, 1st Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 22 August 1898.

MILLER, Edward A-104-A

Corporal, Headquarters, Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe,
Virginia. California: died 20 July 1941. (No file card)

SAWYER, Louis C. A-104-B

Private, Ist Recruit Company Band, General Service Infantry, U.S.
Army. Also Private, 26th Volunteer Infantry, Spanish American
War. Service: 9 August 1899 to 9 May 1901 and 24 December 1908 to
18 August 1910; last service entered at Fort Slocum, New York..
Massachusetts: died 13 September 1941.









BRYANT, Malcolm Eugene 126701 A-113

Private, 13th Regiment, U.S. Marine Corps, World War I. Resident
and enlisted at Clermont, Florida 28 June 1918. Assigned to
Parris Island, South Carolina then Compay L, 13th Regiment,
Quantico, Virginia. Arrived in France 25 September 1918 and
immediately sent to the Naval Base Hospital in Brest, France
where he died the following day, 26 September 1918 of pneumonia.
Records indicate "Character: Excellent." Born Mineola, Florida 16
October 1897 died 26 September 1918. Residence Clermont,

PAYNE, Benjamin H. 4183424 A-114

Private Company D, 546th (Colored) Engineers, U.S. Army, World
War I. Resident and inducted at Tallahassee, Florida 2 August
1918 aged 23 years. Also served with 55th Company, 13th
Battalion 151st Depot Brigade. Overseas from 25 September 1918
until his death of pneumonia and influenza 10 October 1918. Born
in Tallahassee, Florida and died 10 October 1918.

HOVDEN, Haakon L. A-115

Seaman, U.S. Army Transport Service Ship "Cuba". Died 30 July


COX, Thomas A-117

1st Sergeant, 20th Company, Coast Artillery Corps. Retired 20
July 1912. Pennsylvania: died 4 November 1938. Interred 7
November 1938.

DUMMETT, Edward J. A-118

1st Lieutenant, 1st U.S. Cavalry. Born, Florida 31 March 1826
and died 1 October 1855.

(Appointed 2nd Lieutenant to 8th Infantry March-April 1847; 13th
Infantry 1848, 1st Lieutenant 1848 and mustered out July 1848.
Appointed 1st Lieutenant, 1st Cavalry March 1855).


MCPHERSON, Samuel B. A-120

Private, Company G, 5th Cavalry. Michigan: died 30 September

KRON, John J. A-121

Private, 1st Infantry, also Musician Company F, 80th New
York Infantry, Civil War. Wisconsin: born in 1849 and died 8
May 1923. Private monument.

KRON, Rosalie Solano A-121

Wife of John Kron same grave. Born 1849 and died 14 March 1928.

THOMAS, Peter A. A-122

Private, Company I, 35th U.S. Engineers. Montana: died 15
February 1924.

WALKER, Perry Rufus 1885701 A-123

Private, Base Hospital, Medical Department, U.S. Army, World War
I. Resident and inducted at Jacksonville, Florida 27 April 1918
aged 23 years 10 months and discharged 22 February 1919. No
overseas service. Born in Bowling Green, Florida and died 22
February 1925.


Corporal, Company G, 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Florida: died 17 September 1923.

CANFIELD, Lucy A-124

Wife of Roy Canfield, same grave. Died 10 March 1926.

BARNES, David J. A-125

Private 2nd Class, Company L, 3rd U.S. Volunteer Engineers,
Spanish American War. Discharged 19 March 1899. Died: 25 January
1938. Interred 27 January 1938.

REMLING, Richard C. A-125-A

Master Sergeant, Ordnance Corps. Florida: died 3 January 1938.
(No file card)

BROWN, William F. A-126

Private, Company E, 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Service: 23 April 1898 to 3 December 1898 at
Tallahassee, Florida. Died 5 September 1937. Interred 27 January

BROWN, Rosa G. A-126

Wife of William Brown same grave. Died 2 March 1925.

BROWN, George M. A-127

Sergeant, Ordnance Corps, U.S. Army, Civil War. Born 1845 and
died 5 April 1917.

BROWN, Mary Morgan A-127

Wife of George Brown same grave. Born 1855 and died 27 September

MACON, Nathaniel H. A-128

Private, Student Army Training Corps, Wake Forest College.
Discharged 12 December 1918. North Carolina: died 1 October
1934. Interred 4 October 1934.

VISTER, Emil A-129

Teamster, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army. Died 12 August 1898.

WALDEN, William H. A-130

Blacksmith, Company K, 10th U.S. Cavalry. Died 17 July 1898.
(The 10th Cavalry, a Colored regiment, was very prominantely
involved in the campaign in and near Santiago, Cuba in June and
July 1898. It is possible Walden died, or was killed, in that

CORWIN, John W. A-131

Private, Company E, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died
12 June 1898.

SPITZBERGEN, Herman F. A-132

Private, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died 3 August

PARKS, Charles A-133

Recruit, 10th Cavalry, U.S. Army, Spanish American War. Died 8
August 1898. (As above, the 10th (Colored) Cavalry took part in
the assault on Kettle and San Juan Hills at Santiago, Cuba and
the date of Parks's death suggest participation in that

DANES, John A-134

Private, Company F, 1st U.S. Cavalry SpanishAmerican War. Died
16 August 1898.

MCPHERSON, Daniel J. A-135

Recruit; 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died 9 August

CAUDELL, Charles A. A-136

Private, Company H, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War.
Died, 3 August 1898.

DEZENDORF, Andrew A-137

Private Company H, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died
13 July 1898.

SEXTEN, Robert J. A-138

Private, Company F, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died
28 July 1898.

BUCHER, Frank A. A-139

Private, Company F, 1st Ohio Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died
25 August 1898.

HERRICK, John L. A-140

Private, Company H, 2nd U.S. Artillery. Died 30 December 1906.

HORTON, John F. A-141

Private, Company E, 1st Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 28 August 1898.

SCHUT, Charles A-142

Private, Company K, Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War. Died
18 August 1898.

BREDE, Herman A-143

Private, Company M, 1st Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 12 July 1898.

VILLARNOBO, Olando S. A-144

Artificer, Company K, 1st Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died 9 July 1898.

DAVIS, Joshua A-145

Private, Company C, 3rd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 15 August 1898.

.SPAULDING, Edward G. 4560102 A-145-A

Sergeant, Army Air Corps. Service: 10 October 1928 to 15 October
1931. Entered service at Jacksonville, Florida. Unassigned,
Fort McDowell. Florida: died 23 April 1941. 26 April 1941.

CRAIG, Zebulan Vause 3207902 A-145-B

Private, 1st ProvisionalDevelopment Regiment, Camp Seiver, South
Carolina. U.S. Army, World War I. Discharged 11 December 1918.
Alabama: died 6 May 1941. Interred 12 May 1941.

EARLS, Edward O. A-146

Private, Company H, 4th Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Civil War.
Died 7 June 1920.

BENSON, Henry Ellis A-147

Private, Company E, 16th Vermont Infantry, Civil War. Born 6 May
1839 died 5 March 1922.

BENSON, Jennie E. A-147

Wife of Henry Benson, same grave. Born 14 July 1849 and died 24
August 1927.

RAKE, John G. A-148

Private, Battery F, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Civil War.
Died 13 September 1922. Interred 15 September.

RAKE, Annie J. A-148

Wife of John Rake same grave. Died 13 January 1938. (No file

RUSSELL, Henry G. A-149

Corporal, 10th Coast Artillery Corps. Died 6 February 1924.

NELIGAN, Harold Francis A-150

Lieutenant, Company G, 117th Machine Gun Battalion, 31st
Division, World War I. Also Private, Ist Infantry, Florida
National Guard and Private, Company G, 1st Florida Volunteer
Infantry, Spanish American War. Florida: died 12 November 1924.

STONE, John Wylie 14057698 A-151

Sergeant, 443rd Fighter Squadron, 327th Fighter Group, Army Air
Corps. Service: 13 June 1941 to 13 December 1943. Illinois: 13
June 1920 to 13 February 1951. Interred 22 February 1951. Next
of kin Mary E. Stone, mother, Fort Pierce, Florida.

(During the period Stone served, the 327th flew P-40 fighter
aircraft and functioned as an air defense and training unit
within the U.S.).

JOHNSON, Harry T. A-152

Private, 1st Coast Artillery. Died 10 February 1925.

RAKE, George 1356095 A-153

Private, 118th Field Artillery, 31st Division, World War I.
Resident and enlisted in the Florida National Guard at St.
Augustine, Florida 21 May 1917 aged 35 years 11 months and was
discharged 14 January 1919. Served overseas 21 October 1918 to
20 December 1918. His rank varied from Sergeant to Private to
Private 1st Class. Died 6 May 1925.

MCCALLUM, Francis Leroy 1262180 A-154

Fireman 2nd Class, U.S. Navy, World War I. Resident of St.
Augustine, Florida, enlisted at U.S.S. HARTFORD, Charleston,
South Carolina 24 March 1915 aged 21 years 6 months. Discharged
21 May 1918. Service U.S.S. PANTHER to 1917, then U.S. Naval
Hospitals at Newport, Rhode Island and Norfolk, Virginia. Died
13 November 1932.

WILTON, Frederick George A-155

Radioman 3rd Class, U.S. Navy. Service: 10 August 1920 to 6
December 1921. Florida: died 11 January 1933. Interred 13
January 1933.

O'CONNOR, Charles J. 713815 A-156

Corporal, 839th Aero Squadron, World War I. Resident of Tampa,
Florida and enlisted at Fort Screven 14 December 1917 aged 29
years 9 months. Discharged 20 December 1918. Overseas Service
from 16 April 1918 to 4 December 1918. Born Campville, Canada
and died 7 February 1933. Interred 9 February 1933.

O'CONNOR, Laura E. A-156

Wife of Charles O'Connor same grave. Died 24 August 1944.
Interred 26 August 1944.

PITMAN, Arthur S. A-157

Radioman 1st Class, U.S. Navy. Discharged 15 February 1933.
Florida: died 20 August 1933.

KNOWLES, Oliver 3871347 A-158

Private, 4th Provisional Battalion Engineers, World War I.
Resident of New Augustine, inducted St. Augustine, Florida 16
July 1918 and discharged 30 November 1918. Service also with
Detachment, Company C Standard Gauge Railroad Shop, Fort
Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. No overseas service. Born in New
Augustine, Florida 9 November 1889 to 17 September 1933.
Interred 19 September 1933.

KNOWLES, Annie A-158

Wife of Oliver Knowles same grave. 12 December 1890 to 29
November 1962. Interred 30 November 1962.

COPSEY, Clare 0. 1483951 A-159

Private 1st Class, Company D, 111th Ammunition Train, 36th
Division, World War I. Service: 5 May 1918 to 19 June 1919.
Kansas: died 27 September 1933. Interred 18 September 1933.

(The 36th Division had but a brief combat career during the First
World War, becoming combat operational just a few days more than
one month before the war ended. They entered the lines in the
Etienne Sector and participated in the Meuse -Argonne Offensive).

TIDWELL, Fred B. A-160

Private, Company M,.1st Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Service: 20 June 1898 to 18 November 1898. Died 7
October 1933. Interred 10 October 1933.

ESTES, Edgar S. A-161

Captain, 104th Mobile Surgical Unit, Medical Corps, U.S. Army,
World War I. Resident of St. Augustine and appointed Captain 25
September 1918. Service in Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia, Camp Sherman,
Ohio and Camp Crane, Pennsylvania. No overseas service.
Discharged 10 December 1918. Born Cummings, Georgia 30 November
1879 and died 6 December 1935. Interred 9 December 1935. Next
of kin; Julia Estes, St. Augustine, Florida.

ESTES, Julia W. A-161-A

Wife of Edgar Estes, grave A-161. Died 31 December 1953. (No
file card)

PALMER, Frank D. A-162

Corporal, Florida Infantry. Died January 1932. Next of kin;
Henry Palmer, son, Miami, Florida.

GRIGG, John G. A-163

Private, Company E, 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, Spanish American
War. Died 24 January 1931.

SUNKNOWN U.S. SOLDIER (Obstruction; removed) A-164

UNKNOWN U.S. SOLDIER (Obstruction; removed) A-165

CRUZAN, Charles A-166

Chief Gunner's Mate, U.S. Navy. Louisiana: died 9 February 1931.


LARSON, Alex Werner -A-168

Bosn Mate 2nd Class, U.S. Coast Guard. Florida: died 18 February


ZUYL, Albert George A-170

Chief Machinist Mate, (also listed as Chief Gunner's Mate) U.S.
Coast Guard. New Jersey: died 4 May 1931.


DEYO, Kenneth Hiram A-172

Private 1st Class, U.S. Marine Corps. New York: died in service
7 November 1933. Interred 13 November 1933.

THOMPSON, William 2908898 A-173

Private, Military Police, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army, World
War I. Service: 5 September 1918 to 2 February 1919. Florida:
died 27 March 1934. Interred 29 March 1934.


STEWART, Jacob A-175

Private, Company E, 34th U.S. Colored Infantry, Civil War. Died 4
March 1925.

STEWART, Henrietta A-175

Wife of Jacob Stewart same grave. Died 26 January 1933.


GRAY, Charlie Poland A-177

Private, Company A, Casual Detachment, U.S. Army. Died 20
February 1925.


NELSON, John D. A-179

1st Lieutenant, Company K, 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish
American War. 19 July 1898.

MUGNIER, Armand L. A-180

Musician, Company H, 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American
War. Died 18 July 1898. (Private marker; states died at camp in
Miami, Florida at age 19 years).

KIRBY, Joseph T. A-181

Private, Company D, 2nd Texas Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 13 July 1898.

SIMMONS, Lemuel P. A-182

Private, Company A, 2nd Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 14 June 1898.

HERRING, Charles W. A-183

Private, Company F, 2nd Texas Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 11 August 1898.

LASSERRE, Ernest J. A-184

Private, Company M, 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 7 August 1898.

WADLEY, Jesse A-184-A

Private, Recruit Company #15, Quartermaster's Corps, World War I.
Died 19 September 1918.

GIDDENS, Edgar E. A-184-B

Sergeant, Company I, 1st North Carolina Infantry, Spanish
American War. Discharged 22 April 1899. Died 23 January 1941.
Interred 25 January 1941.

HEWLIN, William A-185

Private, Company B, 33rd U.S. Colored Troops, Civil War.

MCKEAVER, Jake A-186

Private, Company I, 34th U.S. Colored Troops, Civil War. Died
31 March 1890.

OSBURN, Samuel Jr. A-187

Private, Company D, 33rd U.S. Colored Infantry, Civil War. Died
20 December 1915.

ROBINSON, John A-188

Corporal, Company I, 34th U.S. Colored Infantry. Died 27 March

JACKSON, Nathaniel A-189

Corporal, Company A, 33rd U.S. Colored Troops. Died 24 October

HANANDOS, Thomas A-190

Private, Company B, 33rd U.S. Colored Infantry. Died 24 November
1915. (Also Hernandes, Thomas)

FLOYD, Adam A-191

Corporal, Company I, 33rd New York Infantry, Civil War. Died 6
May 1864.

FLOYD, Jane A-191

Wife of Adam Floyd same grave. Died 7 June 1828.

BAILEY, Cato A-192

Corporal, Company B, 33rd U.S. Colored Troops. Died 20 November

LANCASTER, Abram A-193

Private, Company F, 33rd U.S. Colored Troops. Died 20 July 1904.

FOWLER, Charles A-194

Private, Company D, 33rd U.S. Colored Infantry. Died 6 April

SELF, Jesse A-195

Private, Company B, 34th U.S. Colored Infantry. Died 21 August


Private, Quartermaster's Corps, World War I. 'Died 12 September

LOWD, Allen A-197

Major, 1st U.S. Artillery. Died 25 November 1854.

(Lowd was appointed 2nd Lieutenant of Artillery in May of 1814
and 1st Lieutenant in 1818. He moved to the 2nd Artillery
Regiment in June of 1821. He received a brevet to Captain in
1828 and brevet to Major on 9 May 1846, the latter for his part
in the gallant, and successful, defense of Fort Brown near
Matamoros against a large Mexican attack force in the early days
of the Mexican War).

LOWD, Julia A-198

Wife of Allen Lowd, grave A-197. Died 11 November 1854.

SGAINER, Will 2910381 A-199

Private, (Colored) Quartermasters unit, U.S. Army, unassigned,
World War I. Resident of Ponce de Leon and inducted at Walton
County, Florida 26 September 1918 aged 20 years. Born Washington
County, Florida and died of influenza-pneumonia 1 October 1918.
Next of kin; Jim Gainer, father, Bonifay, Florida.

THOMAS, Julius A-200

Private, 547th (Colored) Engineers, Service Battalion, U.S. Army,
World War I. Died 5 October 1918.

HANHAM, Fanny Dearborn A-201

Wife of Captain J.B.D. Hanham, (Non-graduate, West Point Class of
1830; from Florida) Died 28 July 1854, age 62 years.

RYAN, William A-202

Private, Company E, 3rd U.S. Infantry. Died 28 October 1868.

DONNELL, William A-203

Artificer, Company D, Engineering Battalion, U.S. Army, Spanish
American War. Died 6 December 1921.

DONNELL, Grace A-203

Wife of William Donnell same grave. Died 24 February 1925.

BURKE, Joseph A-204

Corporal, Muscian, 24th Infantry, Spanish American War. Florida:
died 22 December 1925.

(The 24th was a Colored Infantry Regiment during the War and took
a prominent part in the charge at San Juan Hill outside Santiago,
Cuba in 1898).

PLUMMER, William A-205

Private, 24th Infantry, Spanish American War. Service: 10
October 1898 to 9 October 1901. Service in the Phillipines.
Florida: 21 February 1936. Interred 24 February 1936.

(The 24th was a Colored unit which, following its activities in
Cuba during the campaign against Santiago, was dispatched to the
Philipines to help put down the Insurrection).

PLUMMER, Dora A-205

Wife of William Plummer same grave. Died 10 July 1934.
Re-interred from Woodlawn 24 February 1936.

FORWARD, Wilbur F. 1728958 A-206

Private, Company K, 367th Infantry, 92nd Division, World War I..
Service: 30 October 1917 to 8 March 1919. Florida: 22 November
1934. Interred 24 November 1934.

(The 367th (Colored) Infantry served with French Army units for
extended periods of time during the war and only at the
Meuse-Argonne Offensive was it, and the 92nd (Colored) Division
engaged as part of the American Army).

FORWARD, Emma I. A-206

Wife of Wilbur Forward same grave. Died 22 April 1945.

DAVIS, Elijah L. 2909993 A-207

Private, Company C, Development Battalion #2,. U.S. Engineers,
World War I. (Camp Humphries, Virginia) Resident of New
Augustine and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida' 26 September
1918 and discharged 25 January 1919. Service also with
Quartermasters at CAmp Johnston, Florida and Camp Humphries,
Virginia. No overseas service. Born in Savannah, Georgia 27 July
1896 and died 13 May 1936.

LANDRUM, Elijah L. (Eddie) 4009471 A-208

Private, 42nd (Colored) Company, 157th Depot Brigade, World War
I. Service: 22 August 1918 to 21 February 1919. Georgia: died 24
March 1937. Interred 29 March 1937.

SAPP, Walter 3583566 A-209

Private, 47th (Colored) Company, 12th Training Battalion and
429th (Colored) Reserve Labor Battalion, 157th Depot Brigade,
World War I. Service: 5 August 1918 to 31 December 1918.
Georgia: died 8 October 1938.

WILSON, Charles James 1972704 A-210

Wagoneer, Company C, 317th (Colored) Engineers, 92nd Division,
World War I. Service: 28 October 1917 (at Cincinnati) to 31
March 1919. Ohio: died 30 January 1939. Interred 3 February

(The 317th Engineers were used as Corps Troops during the St.
Mihiel Offensive and as part of the 92nd (Colored) Division
during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive)

BENJAMIN, Professor B. 4073979 A-211

Private 1st Class, Company C, 422nd (Colored) Reserve Labor
Battalion, World War I. Service: 29 July 1918 to 13 March 1919.
South Carolina: died 17 August 1936. Residence; Florida.

WAITMAN, Jason 4186659 A-212

Private, Service Battalion, 547th (Colored) Engineers, World War
I. Resident and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida 4 August 1918
and discharged 25 July 1919 at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Overseas
service from 27 October 1918 to 15 July 1919. Born in Lake City
Florida 27 February 1895 and died 8 December 1936. Interred 14
December 1936.

JAMISON, Will A-213

Private, Company C, Service Battalion, 520th (Colored) Engineers,
World War I. Discharged 25 June 1919. South Carolina: died 4
September 1937. Interred 9 September 1937.

TAYLOR, Simon A-214

Private, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S. Army, World War I.
Discharged 19 December 1918. Florida: died 21 September 1937.
Interred 24 September 1937.

GREEN, Sam A-215

Private, Company A, 311th (Colored) Labor Battalion, World War I.
Discharged 23 March 1918. Georgia: died 17 October 1937.
Interred 22 October 1937.

JACKSON, Andrew 4186666 A-216

Private, Company M, 807th (Colored) Pioneer Infantry, World War
I. Resident of Sparr and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida 4
August 1918 to 9 July 1919 Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Served
overseas 4 September 1918 to 3 July 1919. Born in Sparr, Florida
and died 4 November 1937. Interred 6 November 1937.

MOORE, John C. A-217

Private, Company B, Service Battalion, 527th (Colored) Engineers,
World War I. Discharged 6 July 1919. Alabama (also given as
Florida): died 24 January 1936. Interred 26 January 1936.

WADE, Charles E.T. A-218
Private, Company K, 9th U.S. (Colored)- Cavalry. Discharged 24
March 1902. Maryland: died 10 December 1936. Interred 28
December 1936.

BARR, Robert A-219

Private Company C, 327th (Colored) Service Battalion, World War
I. Discharged 13 July 1919. Georgia: died 28 July 1939.

MCNEAL, Robert 2959420 A-220

Private 1st Class, Company C, 424th (Colored) Reserve Labor
Battalion, World War I. Resident and inducted at Tampa, Florida
20 June 1918 and discharged 10 May 1919. No overseas service.
Born Clinton, Alabama 1 February 1896 and died 12 September 1939.
Interred 15 September 1939.

RAIFORD, Thomas A-221

Private, Company E, 2nd (Colored) Dev. Battalion, Camp Gordon,
Georgia, World War I. Discharged .3,January 1919. Georgia: died
9 November 1939. Interred 13 November 1939.

BASS, Albert A-222

Private, Company B, 536th (Colored) Engineers, World War I.
Discharged 21 July 1918. Alabama: died 18 June 1940. Interred
21 June 1940.

JONES, Ernest A-223

Private 1st Class, 808th (Colored) Pioneer Infantry, World War I.
North Carolina: died 7 February 1941.

DOMM, J.B. A-224

Company E, 3rd U.S. Artillery.

KIRBY, William A-224-A

Private, Company A, 6th U.S. Artillery. Died 29 September 1898.

CARTWRIGHT, Stephen H. Jr. 1322149 A-224-B

Private 1st Class, Company M, 120th Infantry, 30th Division,
World War I. Service: 25 September 1917 to 24 November 1919.
From Swan Quarter, North CArolina: died 25 October 1940.
Interred 28 October 1940.

(The 120th Infantry and the 30th Division began combat operations
attached to the British Army at Ypres in August of 1918 While
most of the divisional artillery was later attached to the First
American Army at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne, the bulk of the
Division remained with the British and participated in the
Ypres-Lys and Somme Offensives).






CAREY, John A-230

Private, Quartermaster's Corps. Died 19 May 1918.

MOBLEY, Reubin A-231

Private, 42nd Receiving Company, U.S. Army, World War I. Died 11
October 1918.

WILLIAMS, Jack 2910012 A-232

Private, Recruit Company # 10, Quartermaster's Corps, World War
I. Resident of Chiefland and inducted at Bronson, Florida 25
September 1918. Born in Rosses, South Carolina 4 August 1897 and
died of influenza-pneumonia 12 October 1918. Next of kin Janie
Williams, mother, Chiefland, Florida.

GILLIS, Theodore S. A-233

Corporal, Company E, 83rd Illinois Infantry, Civil War. Born
1842 and died 27 June 1921.

GILLIS, Catherine E. A-233

Wife of Theodore Gillis same grave. Died 4 October 1923.

SNYDER, Jacob D. A-234

Private, Company F, 1st Infantry. Michigan: 8 August 1925.

DAVIS, Roy P. A-235

Private, Company F, 5th U.S. Volunteer-Infantry. Died 30
November 1921.


PATTISON, Fred L. A-237

Sergeant, Hospital Corps, U.S. Army. Died 30 March 1923.

PATTISON, Lizzie A-237

Wife of Fred Pattison same grave. Died 16 August 1935. Interred
17 August 1935.

CHENEY, Walter A-238

Corporal, Company E, 100th New York Infantry, Civil War. Died 9
August 1925.

MULHOLLAND, Patrick A-239

Sergeant, Ordnance Corps, U.S. Army. Died 15 June 1869.

WILLIAMS, Robert A-240

Private, Company E, 5th U.S. Artillery. Died 26 July 1869.

PERINE, Charles W. A-241

Corporal, Company A, 122nd New York Infantry, Civil War. Died 30
November 1921.

BRADY, Thomas A-242

Private, Company E, 3rd U.S. Artillery. Died 9 August 1869.

MULDOON, Bernard A-243

Private, Company K, 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 4 August 1898.

KIRK, Wiltz M. A-244

Private, Company B, 1st Louisiana (Volunteer) Infantry, Spanish
American War. (Private marker; born 25 November 1866 and died in
Miami, Florida 18 August 1898).

HOOD, George Ellis 2396857 A-245

Corporal, 3rd Mechanized Regiment, Air Service, U.S. Army, World
War I. Resident of St. Augustine, Florida and enlisted at Fort
Screven, Georgia on 12 December 1917 aged 20 years and 4 months
and discharged 16 July 1919. Various duty stations as a motor
mechanic with the Signal Corps, from Camp Kelly in Texas to
France. Overseas service from 23 June 1918 to 29 June 1919. Born
in Memphis, Tennessee and died 1 September 1927.

STEWART, James M. A-246

Private, Company A, 1st Alabama Infantry, Spanish American War.
Died 23 August 1898.

MCNALLY, John A-247

Acting Ensign, usassigned, U.S. Navy. Died 15 February 1908.


(Believed to be a single, perhaps a double internment from Egmont
Key Cemetery transferred here in 1909. If so, the grave includes
one or both of the following individuals:)

WHITEHURST, Daniel Scott

(Born circa 1830; died during the Civil War. "Shot at Boca Ciega
Inlet, Florida and buried near the spot where he fell".


(Born 1815 in Georgia and died during the Civil War. "John
Whitehurst was mortally wounded and left lying if his small boat
until picked up the following day by scouts from the Federal
Station. He died from his wounds three days later and is buried
at Egmont Key in a small cemetery just a few yards west of the

O'NEILL, ... A-249

1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, Spanish American War. Died 2 June
1909. Re-interred from Egmont Key, Florida.

(The 1st Volunteer Cavalry was better known as the "Rough Riders"
and served under Teddy Roosevelt in Cuba in operations against
Santiago, including the famous charge up San Juan or Kettle

HARE, Samuel A. A-250

Musician, 9th Infantry. New York: born 23 February 1863 died 29
July 1926.

HARE, Ella A-250

Wife of Samuel Hare same grave. Born 11 September 1861 died 11
May 1937.






RULL, William A-256

Hospital Service, U.S. Marine Corps. Died 2 June 1909.



MOTT, Dennis D. A-259

Private, Company K, 16th U.S. Infantry. Died 26 July 1872.


Private, Company A, 6th U.S. Artillery. Died 3 November 1898.

CONNOR, George J. A-259-B

Private, Machine Gun Corps, 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, World
War I. Purple Heart. Massachusetts: died 11 July 1940.

(The Second Division, which included both Army and Marine Corps
soldiers, were among the hardest fighting, and best known, of all
American Troops in World War I. They are justly remembered for
their defensive and offensive work at, or near Chateau-Thierry
and in the other great offensives of that final few months of






GREEN, Leavy D. A-265

Private, 1st Provisional Battalion, 1st Provisional Brigade,
World War I. Florida: died 15 February 1926.


QUINN, Thomas D. 1361758 A-273

Private 1st Class, Field Hospital 121, 106th Sanitation Train,
31st Division, World War I. Resident of St. Augustine and
original enlistment in the 1st Florida Hospital, Florida National
Guard 5 May 1917 at Jacksonville, Florida, discharged 21 July
1919. Overseas service from 28 October 1918 to 12 -July 1919. Died
19 September 1938. Interred 21 September 1938.

SHANNON, James A-274

Died 2 June 1909.


BENTSON, Robert A-276

Seaman, U.S. Lighthouse Service, lighthouse tender. Died 10
December 1899.

LEACH, Phillip A-277

Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Navy. New York: died 19 October


WILLIAMS, Charles A-279

Died 2 January 1909.



Private, Band, 3rd U.S. Artillery. Died 14 September 1896.



Private, Company A, 26th Michigan Infantry, Civil War.

INGALLS, John Charles A-284

Infant son of Private John C. Ingalls. Died 18 May 1890.



BAHRT, Charlotte A-287

Child of Mrs. Azaline Bahrt; re-interred from Egmont Key,

PAPR4ENTER, Henry A-288

Musician, 13th U.S. Infantry. Died 11 May 1910.

PARMENTER, Isabell A-288

Wife of Henry Parmenter same grave. Died 3 March 1927. Interred. 5
March 1927.

STANHOPE, John R. Jr. A-289

1st Lieutenant and Regimental Quartermaster, 7th Rhode Island
Infantry, Civil War. Died 26 July 1911.

SNOW, Harry M. Jr. A-290

1st Sergeant, Company G, 1st Florida Infantry, Spanish American
War. Florida: 24 March 1872 to 2 August'1926. (Private marker;
further inscription)

SNOW, Pearle W. A-290

Wife of Harry Snow same grave. Born 16 August 1880 and died, in
St. Augustine, Florida 3 January 1971. Interred 15 January 1971.
Next of kin Harry Snow, son, Marathon, Florida.

STEWART, James T. A-291

Private, Company B, 2nd Florida Infantry. Died 2 September


No. 12
No.12 August 1, zps6.

1. Announcement is made, with profound regret, of the death
of Lieutenant Colonel Henry M. Snow, which occurred at his home
in St. Augustine on the night of August 2, 1926, after an illness of
several months' duration.
2. Lieutenant Colonel Snow was born in St. Augustine, March
24, 1873, and has always been active in the business and civic life
of his home city. For several years past he has been connected
with the Florida East Coast Hotel Company.
3. This officer entered the military service of the State in Oc-
tober of 1890 as one of the charter members of company "D",
1st (Sep.) Battalion, Florida State Troops (St. Augustine Rifles),
and served in that capacity for several years. At the outbreak of
the War with Spain he voluntarily re-enlisted in his old company
and served as First Sergeant throughout the War. January 30, 1899,
he was appointed First Lieutenant of Infantry and assigned to Com-
pany "G", 1st Infantry; resigned January 31, 1902. Re-enlisted
May 20, 1905; was appointed Captain and assigned to Company
"G" February, 1906; resigned April, 1907. Re-enlisted in "General
Service Corps" in April, 1907. Appointed Major in Quartermaster
Corps January 14, 1908, and assigned as State Quartermaster and
U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer, in which capacity he served
continuously until April 5, 1921, when he was retired with grade of
Lieutenant Colonel.
4. The deceased had a wide acquaintance throughout the mili-
tary service of the State, and was particularly well known because
of his interest and activity in small arms practice; having served
for rany years on teams representing Florida in the National
5. The funeral will occur at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
August 4th. from the Memorial Presbyterian Church. Interment
will be in the National Cemetery, with Masonic ceremonies.
6. As a mark of respect, the flag at'the State Arsenal will be
displayed at half staff, and the Commanding Officer of the Post,
National Guard of Florida, will provide an appropriate escort.
Brigadier General, F.N.G.,
The Adjutant General,
Major, A.G.D., F.N.G.,

CAMPBELL, Orville E. A-292

Corporal, Company G, 17th Michigan Infantry, Civil War. Died 3
December 1911.

CAIN, Stafford A-293

Private, Company A, 5th U.S. Artillery. Died 23 May 1912.

TOWN, Franklin A-294

Private, Company I, 18th Connecticut Infantry, Civil War.
Died 10 October 1912.


PARMENTIER, Harry C. A-294-B

Private 1st Class, Army Air Corps, World War I. Discharged 19
May 1919. New York: died 6 December 1939. Interred 8 December






ROBINSON, Edgar A-300
Private 1st Class, Company M, 817th (Colored) Pioneer Infantry,
World War I. Florida: died 3 April 1927.


RICHARDS, William A-310

Regimental Sergeant Major, 17th Infantry, Spanish American War.
Retired 9 September 1906. Florida: died 31 March 1936. Interred
2 April 1936.

(The 17th Infantry served in Cuba at Santiago and was very active
in the Philipine Insurrection)

RICHARDS, Rosa M. A-310

Wife of William Richards same grave. Died 4 March 1941.

INGALLS, Joseph C. A-311

Infant son of Private John C. Ingalls. Died 16 August 1890.

STANLEY, William O'Connor A-312

Infant son of Sergeant H.V. Stanley. Died 20 September 1889.

LAZARUS, Max A-313

Hospital Corps, U.S. Army.



BAHRT, Marie A-316

Infant daughter of Aziline Bahrt; re-interred from Egmont Key,

PACHALL, John C. A-317

Private, Company E, 34th Infantry. New York: died 3 May 1928.
(No file card)

COLEMAN, Stephen J. A-318


MCLUCAS, William J. A-319

Private, 111th Coast Artillery Corps. Georgia: died 11 July
1929. Interred 15 July 1929.

CLARDY, Alice V. A-320

Mother of Major Herbert E. Washburn, U.S. Army. 27 April 1856 to
24 August 1932. Interred 27 August 1932.

RICHBURG, Charles Eugene A-321

Lieutenant, U.S. Navy Reserve, World War II. Florida: 30
November 1923 to 4 November 1954.

HANKINS, Frederick G. A-322

Sergeant, 4th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Spanish American
War. Service: 2 July 1898 at Jersey City, New Jersey, discharged
2 April 1899 at Greenville, South Carolina. Died 29 February
1936. Interred 3 March 1936.

RICHARDS, Edgar B. A-323

Son of Major Walter L. Richards. Born 1922 and died (or
interred) 14 July 1936.

MASTERS, Drew H. 2762060 A-324

Private 1st Class, 22nd Ordnance Guard Company, World War I.
Resident of and inducted in Jacksonville, Florida 3 August 1918
and discharged 20 February 1919. Also served in 40th Company 10th
Battalion, Recruit Camp, Syracuse, New York and the 315th Guard
and Fire Company. No overseas service; promoted Private 1st
Class 4 September 1918. Born in St. Augustine, Florida 24 August
1894 and died 3 July 1936. Interred 6 July 1936.

MASTERS, Mary Catherine A-324

Wife of Drew Masters same grave. Died 10 April 1944. Interred
13 April 1944.

WEBBER, Walter L. 4134729 A-325

Private 1st Class, Base Hospital 106,"Medical Department, U.S.
Army, World War I. Resident and inducted at Jacksonville, Florida
26 August 1918 and discharged 1 July 1919. Served overseas 27
October 1918 to 22 June 1919. Born Knoxville, Tennessee 23 May
1897; died 5 April 1936.

WEBBER, Anna Marie A-325

Wife of Walter Webber same grave. Born 14 January 1912 and died
St. Augustine, Florida,24 January 1965. Interred 27 January
1965. Next of kin; Kermit W. Webber, son, St. Augustine,

BENNETT, William H. Jr. A-326
Private 1st Class, 328th Infantry, 82nd Division, World War I.
Tennessee: died 30 September 1935.

PARADY, Leo J. A-327

Sergeant, 35th Ambulance Company, 7th Sanitary Train, 7th
, Division, World War I. Service: 22 November 1917 at Fort Slocum,
New York; discharged 9 July 1919. Maine: died 13 June 1935.
Interred 17 June 1935.

(The 7th Division entered active combat in the Meuse-Argonne
Offensive 10 October 1918).

BASSETT, George W. Jr. A-328

Quartermaster Sergeant, 111th Company, Coast Artillery Corps.
Discharged 27 December 1907. Maryland: died 17 August 1932.
Interred 19 August 1932.

MATHEISON, William A-329

SC4, Cook, U.S. Navy, World War I. New York: died 18 November

MATHEISON, Mabele A-329

Wife of William MAtheison same grave. Died 16 August 1938.
Interred 17 August 1938.

CONLEY, Harry F. A-330

Master Sergeant and Captain, U.S. Army,, World War I. Mobilized
with the Florida National Guard 5 August 1917 as a Captain, 116th
Field Artillery and discharged 3 September 1919. HAd previous
enlisted service. Served in Jacksonville, Florida, Camp Wheeler
Gerogia and Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Served overseas 15
October 1918 until sometime in 1919. Born in Staten Island, New
York, 21 October 1878 and died 23 July 1928. Interred 28 July



July 30, 1928.
No. 12.
1. Announcement is made, with profound regret, of the death
of Master Sergeant Harry Field Conley, Detached Enlisted Men's
List (Infantry), United States Army, which occurred suddenly at
his home in St. Augustine, on the night of July 28th, 1928.
2. Sergeant Conley was born at Staten Island, New York,
October 21, 1878. He enlisted in the 3rd New Jersey Volunteer
Infantry, May 18, 1898, and has served almost continually since
that time, having served eight enlistments, all with excellent dis-
charges. During the World War he held the rank of Captain and
served with the 116th Field Artillery as Adjutant. At, the time of
his death he held a commission as Captain of Infantry in the Offi-
cers' Reserve Corps.
3. His long service as Sergeant Instructor with the Florida
National Guard, with station at State Military. Headquarters,
brought him in close contact with a large portion of our Guard and,
by reason of his personal qualities, he was endeared to the hearts
of all who knew him. He was ever a willing and interested helper
with the problems of others, giving generously of his time and
4. The funeral will occur at 2 p. m. Tuesday, July 31st, 1928,
From the Sanchez and Craig Chapel. Interment will be in the
National Cemetery.
5. As a mark of respect, the flag at the State Arsenal will be
displayed at half staff, and the Commanding Officer of the Post of
St. Augustine will provide an appropriate escort.
Brigadier General, A.G.D., F.N.G.,
The Adjutant General,
Major, A.G.D., F.N.G,


KAUMP, Fred A-331

Private, Company D, 1st Wisconsin Infantry. Died 8 May 1928.


MCDOUGALL, Frank T. A-331-B

Quartermaster Sergeant, 29th U.S. Volunteer Infantry. Service:
14 July 1899 to 10 May 1901. Georgia: 21 December 1939. Interred
23 December 1939.

KRUEGER, Paul A-332

Private, Company D, 15th U.S. Infantry.

TOMLINSON, Arthur 1768128 A-333

Private, Headquarters Company 350th (Colored) Field Artillery,
92nd Division, World War I. Resident and inducted at St.
Augustine, Florida 15 May 1918 aged 27 years 2 months and
discharged 18 March 1919. Served overseas 30 June 1918 to 28
February 1919. Born in St. Augustine, Florida and died 16
February 1926.

STEWART, John Henry 1689705 A-334

Private, 15th Company, (Forestry), 20th (Colored) Engineers,
World War I. Resident and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida 1
April 1918 aged 22 years 3 months and discharged 31 July 1919.
Also served with Company C, 519th Service Battalion, Engineers.
Served overseas 15 July 1918 to 20 July 1919. Born in St.
Augustine, Florida and died 2 January 1927.

JOHNSON, Robert L. A-335

Private, Company A, 1st Mississippi Volunteer.Infantry, Spanish
American War. Mississippi: died March .., interred 6 April 1926.

WILLIAMS, John A-336

1st Sergeant, Company D, 1st Artillery, U.S. Army. Died or was
interred 5 April 1936.

TOMLINSON, Fred C. 788679 A-337

Private 1st Class, Company B, 427th (Colored) Reserve Labor
Battalion, U.S. Army, World War I. Resident of St. Augustine and
inducted at Fort Pierce, Florida 26 April 1918 aged 31 years 6
months and discharged 22 July 1919. Born at Fernandina, Florida:
died 26 January 1934. Interred 31 January 1934.


BUSSEY, John H. 2908928 A-364

Private, Company A, 547th.Engineers, U.S. Army, World War I.
Resident at Elkton and inducted at St. Augustine, Florida 1
September 1918 and discharged 28 December 1918. Also served i
Quartermasters at Camp Johnston, Florida; no overseas service.
Born Edgefield, South Carolina 25 October 1895 and died 16
November 1929.

JENNINGS, Will A-365

Private, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 447th
(Colored) Reserve Labor Battalion, Quartermaster's Corps, U.S.
Army, World War I. Alabama: died 27 May 1930.

JACKSON, Myer A-366

U.S. Colored Infantry.

BRIGMAN, Henry A-367

Private, Company A, 330th Service Battalion, Quartermaster's
Corps, U.S. Army, World War I. Service: 25 May 1918 to 25
September 1919. South Carolina: died 28 July 1932. Interred 2
August 1932.

HUGHES, Ray Lingwood A-368

Private, Section B, #11 Motor Company, Medical Corps, U.S. Army.
Service: 4 August 1918 to 19 December 1918. Georgia: died 21
October 1933.

REED, Thomas J. 4186521 A-369

Private, Company G, 65th (Colored) Pidneer Infantry, U.S. Army,
World War I. Resident and inducted at Titusville, Florida 3
August 1918 and discharged 19 December 1918. Also served in the
151st Depot Brigade and the 811th Pioneer Infantry. No overseas
service. Born at Tallahassee, Flordia 1 November 1887 and died
17 March 1934. Interred 20 March 1934.



BRODERICK, Michael Leo A-13-A

CY US Navy, World War II. 25 August 1902 to 27 December 1988

BOLCH, Leonard E. A-14-E

Master Sergeant, US Army; World War I, World War II, Korea. 13
September 1900 to 24 August 1988.

GETER, Walter W. Jr. A-14-D

Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class, US Navy. 15 August 1929 to 10
November 1986.

COMISKY, Richard Harold A-14-C

Master Sergeant, US Army, World War II, Korea, Vietanm. 13
February 1926 to 7 December 1976.

CASEY, William J. A-15-A

Major, US Air Force, World War II, Korea. 12 March 1920 to 17
March 1988.

RINGSWOLD, Fred A. 2887063 A-16-E

U.S. Army, World War I. Service: 26 May 1918 to 3 July 1919. Born
22 June 1895 and died 2 May 1987. Interred 16 July 1987. Next of
kin; Theresa B. Ringwald, wife, West Palm Beach, Florida.

POPPEN, Vernon R. 36906224 A-17-E

Private, U.S. Army, World War II. Service: 22 July 1944 to 6
December 1945. Born 5 November 1913 and died Decatur, Georgia 24
December 1985. Interred 6 April 1987. Died Decatur, Georgia.
Next of kin; Betty Poppen, Delray Beach, Florida.

LOGAN, Laurie Ann A-17-D

Daughter of Sergeant James J. Logan, U.S. Army. 9 July 1957 to
16 August 1985. Interred 6 April 1987.

MOORE, Beverly S. A-17-C

Wife of PHM3rd Class Richard D. Moore, U.S. Navy. 23 March 1929
to 12 March 1987. Interred 30 March 1987. Next of kin; Richard
A. Moore, St. Augustine, Florida.

PREVOST, Charles M. 379144821 A-18-C

Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Corps, World War II. Known service:
30 November 1945 to 29 November 1948. (Possible second
enlistment). 7 June 1921 to 1 February 1987. Interred 26 March
1987. Next of kin; Rosalie Prevost, Cocoa, Florida. Died
Cocoa, Florida.

MORRIS, Elizabeth Ann A-18-B

Wife of MM 2nd Class, David J. Morris, U.S.Coast Guard. 14
February 1925 to 1 April 1984. Interred 26 March 1987. Next of
kin; David Morris, Sebastian, Florida.

NUTT, William O. 16328120 A-19-A

Private 1st Class, U.S. Army, Korea. Service: 7 March 1950 to 27
April 1953. 3 March 1933 to 10 February 1987. Interred 2 March
1987. Next of kin; Laura W. Nutt, Wive, St. Augustine, Florida.

KUTIK, Victor W. 32501991 A-20-A

Private 1st Class, U.S. Army, World War II. Service: 26
September 1942 to 20 December 1945. 30 September 1921 to
8 December 1986. Next of kin; William Kutik, son, Palm Coast,

SAGIRS, Walter B. 32268454 A-21-A

Staff Sergeant, U.S. Air Corps, World War II. Service: 26 May
1942 to 4 September 1945. 2 October 1912 to 3 November 1986.
Interred 7 November 1986. Next of kin; Marion Sagirs, Edgewater,
Florida. Died North Carolina.

PRUNA, Alfred 4445574 A-22-A

Sergeant, Air Corps, World War II. 14 September 1907 to 30 March
1984. Interred 11 June 1985. Next of kin; Mary Pruna,
Hollywood, Florida.

ANKER, Harry C. 9246796 A-23-A

Seaman, U.S. Navy, World War II. 6 January 1918 to 25 April

1986. Interred 30 April 1986. Home St. Augustine, Florida.
Next of kin, Patricia Anker, wife, Treasure Beach, Florida.

HAYES, Elton D. A-24-A

SFC, U.S. Army, World War I. 23 March 1897 to 1 February 1986.
(No file card)

CROWLEY, John V. 32699676 A-25-A

Corporal, U.S. Army, World War II. Service: 30 December 1942 to
14 March 1946. 18 February 1911 to 24 September 1985. Interred 4
October 1985. Next of kin; Dorothy Crowley, wife, Daytona Beach,



RILEY, Althea Maria B-338

Daughter of Sergeant Thomas Riley. Born 28 November 1898. Died
17 February 1903. (Private marker)



HOSMER, John B-341

Private, Company G, 4th U.S. Artillery. Died 9 May 1891.

RAYMOND, Edna L. B-342

Daughter of Private W.S. Raymond. Died 27 December 1896.

BRANDT, Edward H. B-343

Private, Company D, 6th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Spanish
American War. Service: 17 June 1898 to 25 November 1898.
Discharged at Springfield, Illinois. Next of kin; Alice B.
Brandt, sister, Williamson, Pennsylvania. Died 30 May 1936.
Interred 1 June 1936.

SMITH, Andrew S. B-344

Son of Private Andrew Smith. Died 11 December 1891.

ARMSTRONG, William F. B-345

Captain, 74th Ohio Infantry, Civil War. Died-31 December 1907.

FICKES, Clark R. B-346

Major, U.S. Engineers. Iowa: died 8 February-1926.

FICKES, Helen Treat B-347

Wife of Major Clark Fickes, grave B-346. Died 12 December 1939.
Interred 23 December 1939. Next of kin; Emma L. Fickes, Texas.

O'CONNELL, Lewis C. B-348

Corporal, U.S. Artillery. Died 31 July 1888.

SUTPHIN, Ira L. B-349

Corporal, 15th Guard Company, 1st Provisional Regimental Ordnance
Training Camp, U.S. Army, World War I. Discharged 22 March 1919.
Died 25 January 1935.

PARKER, Elijah B-350

Sergeant, Ordnance, U.S. Army. Died 19 August 1891.

JEFFERY, Theodore Elmer B-351

1st Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army, World War I. Service:
discharged 3 January 1919. Arkansas: died 5 September 1935.
Interred 7 September 1935.

GREENE, Earl Charles 1345367 B-352

Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps, Korean War. Service: 28 July 1952
to 1 July 1955. Florida: 19 April 1935 to 22 November 1955.
Interred 25 November 1955. Next of kin; Darlene Greene, wife,
St. Augustine, Florida.

NEWHALL, John B-353

Corporal, Company E, 5th U.S. Infantry. Died 29 October 1891.

GESNER, Joseph B-354

Private, Company L, 2nd U.S. Artillery. Died 9 December 1896.

CHAPMAN, Herbert T. B-355

Private, Company G, 2nd Artillery, U.S. Army. Died 26 July 1886.

TYLER, F.R. B-356

Musician, Band and Company E,, 5th U.S. Infantry. Died 4
September 1892.

Private, Company G, 2nd U.S. Artillery.

ZIEBLER, Frederick -B-358

Private, Company E, 5th Infantry, U.S. Army. Died 10 April 1898.

FRIES, Philip B-359

Private, Company D, Infantry, U.S. Army. Died 21 July 1868.


WERNER, Harry C. B-361

Private, Company H, 28th U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Spanmish
American War. Discharged 1 May 1901. Pennsylvania: 23 December
1940. Interred 26 December 1940.



CASON, Edith B-370

Wife of Private Donovan Cason, grave B-371. 23 August 1903 to 27
May 1970. Interred 29 May 1970. Next of kin; Jay Cason, son,
Melbourne, Florida.

CASON, Donovan 4456059 B-371

Private, Infantry Replacement and Training, World War I.
Service: 1 September 1918 to 5 December 1918. Georgia: 7 May
1897 to 22 (or 23) September 1948. Interred 27 September 1948.

STITCHWAY, Joseph F. 3386811 B-372

Corporal, U.S. Army, Korean War. Service: 8 March 1951 to 7
March 1954. 2 July 1932 to 25 May 1979. Died St. Augustine,
Florida. Interred 21 June 1979. Inext of kin; Joan Q. Stichway,
wife, Jacksonville, Florida.

SHARIT, Ernestine Beavers B-373

Wife of CRE Amos L. Sharit, U.S. Navy. Died 17 December 1948.
Interred 21 December 1948.

SHARIT, Amos Littleton 1917342 B-373

Chief Radion Electrician, U.S. Navy, World War I. Service: 25
April 1917 to 16 February 1921. (One list has him buried here;
another says only his wife is buried here, and in different,
already occupied, graves).

GASTER, John Sanchez 5505572 B-374

Printer 1st Class, U.S. Naval Reserve, World War II. Service:
26 January 1942 to 24 September 1945. 26 June 1913 to 20 June
1974. Died Dublin, Georgia. Interred 24 June 1974. Next of
kin; Bea M. Gaster, wife, Gordon, Georgia.

GASTER, Ruth and Infant Daughter B-375

Wife and daughter of John Gaster grave B-374. Died 11 January
1949. (Ruth born 1917). Interred 14 January 1949.

RAND, Allen Elliot 2438306 B-376

ADC, U.S. Navy, World War II and Korea. Retired 21 May 1961.
Georgia: 3 January 1910 to 13 January 1963. (Air Medal) Died
Jacksonville, Florida. Interred 6 September 1968. Next of kin;
Bertha L. Rand, wife, West Palm, Florida.

BECK, Perry Allen 1111195 B-377

Ensign, U.S. Naval Reserve Force, World War I. Service: 18
January 1918 to 21 March 1932. Florida: 13 June 1889 to 13 May
1968. Interred 21 October 1968.

BECK, Isabelle M. B-377

Wife of Perry Beck same grave. 12 December 1892 to 12 May 1986.
Interred 19 May 1986.

MCCRACKEN, David James Jr. 2017220 B-378

Sonarman 1st Class, U.S. Navy, World War II. Service: 18 March
1940 to 31 March 1946. Massachusetts: 21 September 1921 to 21
February 1969. Interred 27 February 1969. Next of kin; Patricia
McCracken, wife, Neptune Beach, Florida.

OLIFIERS, John Antoine 2391027 B-379

Sergeant, Military Intelligence and Police Corps. Florida: 2
March 1884 to 27 November 1969. Interred 30 January 1970. Next
of kin; Symphna Olifiers, son, St. Augustine, Florida.

GASTON, James R. 14125224 B-380

Private 1st Class, 261st Base Unit, Army Air Corps, World War II.
South Carolina: 18 December 1913 to 22 February 1970. Interred
19 March 1970. Next of kin; Sandra G. Seawell, daughter,
Spartenburg, South Carolina.

LITTLE, Archibald Sr. B-381

Captain, 191st Aero Squadron, U.S. Army, World War I. Florida:
20 October 1884 to 30 June 1970. Interred 3 July 1970. Next of
kin; Arch Little, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.



HARDY, John F. B-392

1st Lieutenant, Company C, 34th New Jersey Infantry. Died 9
November 1913.

SMITH, Sebree Irwin B-393

Son of Lieutenant Sebree Smith, 2nd U.S. Artillery. Died 1 May'
1886. (Lt. Smith was a graduate of the West Point Class of 1870.
After service on the Frontier, 1870-1877, he became Regimental
Quartermaster of the 2nd Artillery and died in Maryland, a
Captain, 5 July 1901).

SMITH, Janet Comstock B-394

Daughter of Lt. Sebree Smith. Died 4 May 1886.

SMITH, Guy S. B-395

Son of Lt. Sebree Smith. Died 5 July 1888.

MCNALLY, Francis B-396

Private, Company H, 17th Infantry. Connecticut: died 7 October
1913. (Private Marker)

OWENS, John B-397


WILSON, James L. B-398

Private, Company F, 169th Infantry. Tennessee: died 27 October
1941. Died in service. Interred 29 October 1941.

(The 169th Infantry was a Connecticut National Guard Regiment
mobilized for federal service in February 1941 for duty with the
43rd Division).

HOWATT, Franklin James B-399

Captain, Company G, 1st Florida Infantry, Spanish American War.
Service: 23 May 1898 to 27 January 1899. 1869 to 11 January
1910. (Private marker) Interred 6 September 1954.

HOWATT, Floy B-400

Wife of Captain Howatt, grave B-399. Florida: 2 March 1882 to 1
March 1955. Interred 3 March 1955. Next of kin; Frank Howatt,
son, St. Augustine, Florida.

FOSTER, Winifred Young B-401

Wife of Lt. and Adjutant General J.C.R. Foster, same grave.
(Graves B-401 and B-402 are a double grave with a large private.
marker). Died 27 August 1937.

FOSTER, Joseph Clifford Reid B-402

1st Lieutenant, 1st Florida Regiment, Spanish American War.
Later Colonel ORC 1923, Brigadier General of the Florida National
Guard and Adjutant General of Florida 1901-1917 and 1923 -1928.
North Carolina: ..February 1873 to 16 June 1928. Interred 20 June

FOSTER, Delores Sanchez B-403

Wife of Major Davis Foster, 24th Massachusetts Volunteer
Infantry, Civil War. Died 1 July 1913. 1832-1913. (Private

MCCALL, John B-404

Private Company C, 5th Minnesota Infaitry. Died 5 September

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