VETERANS OF THE TOWN OF ELLERY
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Includes veterans born in, resided in, died in, or attended schools in the Town of Ellery.
Since many of the Town of Ellery Residents are buried in Fluvanna Cemetery, Town of Ellicott,
some of the veterans in this cemetery are also included.

Compiled by Loraine C. Smith, Town of Ellery Historian, 2003-4.

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REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775 - 1833

ANNIS, Jacob b. 1761. d. Nov. 14, 1841 Town of Ellery. Was a soldier in the American army, having enlisted about 1780, serving until the close of the war, as private under Captains Luke Hitchcock, Jesse Hollister, Sylvanus Smith and Col. Joseph Vose, Massachusetts Militia. Was at the battles of White Plains, King Bridge and the surrender of Cornwallis. He enlisted at Newbury, Mass., and applied for pension Apr. 30, 1818, while residing at Lavonia, Ontario County, N.Y., at which time he was 57 years of age. Pension was granted and he was mentioned in the Pension List of 1840, aged 77 and residing in the Town of Ellery. Lewis Cemetery

ANNIS, John. 1764-1839. Lewis Cemetery

ATKINS, Amos.................Pickett Cemetery, Town of Charlotte

BABCOCK, Jonathan. b. Dec. 8, 1762 Stonington, Conn. d. May 16, 1842. Enlisted Apr. 1, 1782, while residing at Stephentown, N.Y. Served as private under Captain Pearce and Col. Willet, New York troops. Discharged Dec. 31, 1782, at Fort Plain, N.Y. Granted pension in 1832 while residing at Burlington, Otsego, County, N.Y. He is mentioned in the Pension List of 1840, as residing with Benjamin Parker in the Town of Ellery. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 72 G 1 - marble slab

BACON, Lemuel. 1764-1844. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 9 G 1 S end lot marble slab.

BARNEY, Luther. b. Mar. 4, 1757 Norwich, Conn. d. Sept. 30, 1844 Town of Ellery. At the commencement of the American Revolution, he became a "Minute Man," afterwards serving as private in Captain Jesse Huntington’s Company, Col. Selden’s Reg’t, Connecticut Milita. During the battle of Bunker Hill he was stationed at Roxbury, Mass., and was with the troops of Connecticut formed to reinforce Washington in the vicinity of New York, participating in the battle of Long Island and other engagements. On the expiration of his term of enlistment, after serving two years, he joined the American navy where he remained until the close of the war. While in the navy he and his brother Edwin were taken prisoners. Edwin died of small-pox on the prison ship, but Luther was afterwards exchanged and returned to his father’s home in Norwich. He and his family moved to the Town of Ellery in about 1913. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 32 G 3 W end lot - marble slab.

BEMUS, William. b. Feb. 25, 1762 Saratoga County, NY. d. Jan. 2, 1830. He served as private in Capt. Ephriam Woodworth’s Company, under Col. Cornelius Van Veghten’s Reg’t, Albany County, New York Militia. He emigrated to Chautauqua County in 1805. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 55E G 2 W end lot - marble slab

BOYD, Joseph Stuart. b. Nov. 5, 1759. d. Mar. 19, 1846 Town of Ellery. enlisted in April, 1780 or 1781, served as private under Captains Clift and Hart and Col. John Durkee, Connecticut Militia. Was at the battle of Yorktown and the surrender of Cornwallis. residence at time of enlistment, Plainfield, Conn. Applied for pension in April 1818. Claim allowed. He is mentioned in the Pension List of 1840 as residing in the Town of Ellery, aged 81 years and residing with Alvin Boyd. Lewis Cemetery

COE, John. b. Sept. 20, 1757 Southbury, Conn. d. Feb. 19, 1846 Ellery, NY. Enlisted in American army at Southbury, Conn., June 1776, served as private in company of Capt. Rogers, Col. Gay’s reg’t. Re-enlisted in Dec. 1776, again in 1777, 1778, 1779, 1780 and in 1781, serving under Captains David Hinman, Curtis and Johnson and Cols. Hinman and Preston, Connecticut Militia. The last six months of his service he was teamster. He applied for pension Feb. 13, 1834, while a resident of Ellery, NY. He is also mentioned in the Pension List of 1840. His first six month’s service in the army was as substitute for his brother Andrew. Captain David Hinman, in whose Company he was attached was his grandfather. 1757-1846. Red Bird Cemetery. No marker.

FENTON James. 1754-1836. Location of grave not known.

FENTON, Jacob. b. 1765 Mansfield, Conn. d. Jan. 21, 1822 Fluvanna, NY. He enlisted in the Continental army at about the age of 15 years and served during the remainder of the was. Was a pensioner. Fluvanna Cemetery

GRIFFITH, Jeremiah. b. Jan. 28, 1758 Norwich, Conn. d. June 10, 1842. He enlisted in the American army in 1775 and served for five months as private in the company of Captain Hezekiah Baldwin, Connecticut Militia. Re-enlisted and served under Capt. Beebe, Connecticut Militia, for six months, and again in 1776 under Capt. Link Hanford and in 1777 was on the northern frontier in the winter campaign in Canada. Again re-enlisted and served in 1778 under Capt. Hamcrack, N.Y. State Militia. At the time of his application for pension, which was granted, he was 68 years old, and it is recorded that he made the trip from Griffith’s Point, Chautauqua County, NY, to Washington, D.C., on horse back. Fluvanna Cemetery.

HOARD, Samuel. 1758-1848. Fluvanna Cemetery

IVES, Enos Jr. b. Apr. 25, 1759 Wallingford, Conn. d. Nov. 1827 while residing in the Town of Ellery. Family records say he was one of the "Minute Men," who responded at the call of Lexington, serving in the Company of Captain John Couch, and that he was at Fort Washington when his captain and many of his company were taken prisoners. Location of grave not known - believed to be in the Town of Ellery.

LOUCKS, Joseph. b. 1754. d. Apr. 20, 1825. No record has been found of him military service, but he was locally known as a Revolutionary soldier. Fluvanna Cemetery

MAPLE, Dea. Josiah. b. May 15, 1762 New London, Conn. d. July 4, 1847 Ellery, NY. It is recorded that he entered the American army at the age of 15 years and served in the Connecticut Militia until the close of the war. Cemetery in East Aurora, NY.

MARSH, William. b. July 6, 1753 Massachusetts. d. May 30, 1835. Lewis Cemetery

MARTIN, Orrello. 1759-1833. Fluvanna Cemetery

MARTIN, William. b. July 6, 1753 Massachusetts. d. May 30, 1825. The Centennial History of Chautauqua County says he was at the Battle of Bunker Hill, under Arnold and Montgomery in the expedition against Quebec, where he was wounded. In 1780 he was one of the captives of the Indians at Little Falls, taken to Canada as a prisoner. After several months confinement he made his escape. He is mentioned in the pension list of 1818, residing in Chautauqua County, and as having served as private in Massachusetts Militia. Fluvanna Cemetery

PARKER, Benjamin. b. Mar. 8, 1765 Rhode Island. d. Nov. 7, 1842. At the early stage of the Revolution he was too young to enlist but during the latter part of the war he served for three years the Colonial government with an ox-team and cart as a transport. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 72E G - 3 S side lot - marble slab

PARKER, Thomas.

PATTERSON, George Jr. b.1756 Pelham, MA. d. Dec. 3, 1825. A veteran of the Revolutionary War. Red Bird Cemetery. The motif found on his sandstone marker, is that of the Grim Reaper (Father Time) holding a scythe (cutting or ending life), braiding a woman’s hair (a mourning custom), who is holding a bible (devotion to one’s faith), an urn (mourning), and a feather (denoting a life without sin).

PICKARD, John. b. May 28, 1760. d. Aug. 30, 1827. Enlisted at or near Johnstown, NY, 1779, and served in the Continental Army under Captains Koch, Ruff and House, and in Col. Jacob Klock’s Reg’t N.Y. State Militia. Was captured by the Indians, on the Mohawk, near Little Falls, and kept a prisoner about two years. Red Bird Cemetery

RHODES, John. b. 1763 Poughkeepsie, NY. d. 1854. Family records say he was a soldier in the American Revolution during 1777 and 1779, under Captains James Gray, Job Wright and Ephriam Woodworth, and was at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga. New York State records credit him with service in the 7th Regiment, Dutchess County Militia. Fluvanna Cemetery

SCOFIELD, Seely. b. July 22, 1758. d. June 15, 1843. He enlisted in the Continental army at the age of 18 years and served six years and six months. He was a private in the Company of Captain Henry Ten Eyck’s Light Infantry, Second Connecticut Reg’t commanded by Col. Zebulon F. Butler; was also in Capt. Jonathan Whitney’s Company, of Col. Mead’s 9th Connecticut Militia; also served in Webb’s Reg’t under General Wooster, going to the latter’s command after the battle of White Plains. He is mentioned in the Pension List of 1840 as living in the Town of Ellery, and residing with Haran Scofield. Dewittville Cemetery

SCOFIELD, Uriah. 1752-1824. Dewittville Cemetery

SCOFIELD, William. b. May 15, 1764 Stamford, Conn. d. Sept. 26,1851 Ellery, NY. enlisted in Fairfield County, Conn., in 1780, remaining in service until the close of the war, serving in Captain Hanford Hoyt’s Company, Col. John Mead’s Reg’t, Connecticut Militia. Lewis Cemetery

SIMMONS, Amos. 1738-1825. Red Bird Cemetery

SIMMONS, Jonas Sr. 1758-1848. Fluvanna Cemetery

SIMMONS, William. 1765-1849. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SMILEY, William. b. May 25, 1753. d. Jan. 1825. He served in Capt. Stanley’s Company, from Farmington, Conn., in Gay’s Reg’t, and, according to War Department records, his name appears in an account dated July 18, 1776, of the time of enlistment and marching of the men of that company to join the Continental Army in New York, which shows he enlisted June 24, marched July 4 and joined the army July 7. Fluvanna Cemetery

WETSELL, Christin. 1735-1834. Location of grave is not known.

WINCHESTER, Elhanan.

YOUNG, Samuel Sr. 1762-1848. Dewittville Cemetery.


WAR OF 1812. 1812-1815

ANDRUS, Hazard. 1825 in Town of Ellery. b. Oct. 3, 1788 Kings Co., NY. d. Mar. 3, 1862 was a private in Capt. D. Eldridge’s Co., New York Militia. Pleasant Lake Cemetery, Edwardsburg, MI.

ARNOLD, Barney. 1805-1848. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 61E G 4 N end lot - marble

ARNOLD, Henry. 1772-1818. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 61F G 1 - Monument

BEMUS, Charles. 1791-1861. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot __G__Center lot - granite

BEMUS, Daniel Prendergast. 1784-1866. Cemetery in Meadville, Pa.

BURBANK, John. 1796-1876. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 60 G 3 Center lot - marble.

DUNTON, Ebenezer. 1786-1874. Fluvanna Cemetery.

FERGUSON, Amos. 1775-1859. Fluvanna Cemetery

GRIFFITH, Jeremiah Jr. 1795-1880. Fluvanna Cemetery

GRIFFITH, Samuel. 1775-xxxx. Fluvanna Cemetery

HOARD, Samuel. 1758-1848. Fluvanna Cemetery.

HORTON, Capt. Ezra. 1794-1874. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 4W G 3 Center lot - marble

KLOCK, David. 1794-1863. Fluvanna Cemetery

LEE, John. 1786-1866. Fluvanna Cemetery

LEE, William H. 1794-1867. Fluvanna Cemetery

LIVINGSTON, James. 1775-1851. Fluvanna Cemetery

LOUCKS, Henry. xxxx-xxxx. Fluvanna Cemetery

LOUCKS, Peter. 1788-1855. Fluvanna Cemetery

MESSENGER, Stephen. 1786-1858. Fluvanna Cemetery

MILLER, John. 1792-1870. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 9W G 1 north end - marble slab.

MORSE, Eliza. 1794- 1871. Findley Lake Cemetery.

PARKER, Dea. Charles. 1789-1866. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 72E G 5 S end - marble slab

PARKER, Thomas. 1791-1880. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 63E G 2 Center Lot - marble slab.

PICKARD, Peter. 1790-1872. Red Bird Cemetery

SILSBY, Captain John. xxxx-1860. Died in Iowa.

SIMMONS, Amos. 1738-1825. Red Bird Cemetery

SMILEY, Joseph, xxxx-xxxx. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SMILEY, William Jr. 1783-1813. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SMITH, William Lieut. 1778-1849. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 20W G 2 Center lot - marble slab.

TOWER, Elisha. xxxx-1866.

YOUNG, Charles Price. 1790-1883. Quincy Rural Cemetery, Ripley, NY

YOUNG, Samuel Jr. 1787-1857. Dewittville Cemetery.

MEXICAN WAR 1846-1848

POWERS, Zeke. xxxx-xxxx. died in service.


CIVIL WAR (REBELLION) 1861-1865

ALLEN, Sylvanua. b. May 23, 1823 Canada. Returned from Civil War and died from wounds shortly after on Oct. 10, 1865. bd. Harrison Cemetery, Schoolcraft Twp., Kalamazoo Co., MI.

ARNOLD, George C. b. Feb. 24, 1844. d. July 27, 1864 in Capt. Joseph Silsby Arnold’s Company. (Joseph was George’s father).

ARNOLD, Capt. Joseph Silsby. b. Oct. 6, 1822 Ellery, NY. d. Mar. 15, 1911 at his home on Fluvanna Ave. Captain of the 112th New York Volunteer Infantry and the Seventh Company, First Battalion, New York Sharpshooters (attached to the 112th New York 112th before the departure of the two organizations for the front and sometimes designated Company L of that regiment). He commanded the sharpshooters. He went to the front in the fall of 1862 and outlived every company commander of the 112th. He enlisted in the Seventh company of sharpshooters Aug. 9, 1862, and was mustered in as captain Sept. 12, 1862, the day of the departure for the front. He was discharged Apr. 29, 1864, on account of disability. Of his record as a soldier the survivors of his company delight to tell, pronouncing him one of the bravest and best officers who ever wore the Union blue. Lake View Cemetery.

BALCOM, John A. d. Aug. 30, 1862. Civil war Corp. Co. B. 21st Reg’t. N.Y.S.Vol. wounded in Battle of Bull Run. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot___G___W corner - granite

BEACH, Loomis J. At age 19, enlisted 49th NY Infantry at Ellery to serve 3 years; mustered in as a private, Company K, Sept. 9, 1862; discharged for disability, Jan. 9, 1863, at camp near white Oak Church, VA.

BEACH, William R. b. ca 1840. d. Feb. 20, 1862. In service at Washington D. C. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 9,

BECKER, Frank, b. in Ellery, NY. d. July 18, ____Dunlap, Iowa.

BECKER, Myron W. b. Mar. 22, 1842. d. Nov. 4, 1932. Co. D. 100th Reg’t N.Y.Vols. Red Bird Cemetery.

BELDEN, Ellery C. Pvt.died at Suffolk, Va. Jan. 4, 1863. Enlisted Ellery Aug. 11, 1862 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 18, 1862. Died Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on Jan 4, 1863 in Suffolk, Va. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

BEMUS, Col. George Hamlin Bemus. b. May 1, 1831 Pine Grove, Pa. d. Dec. 28, 1896 Corry, Pa. Wounded t Battle at Fredericksburg, Held rank of First Lieut. Meadville Cemetery, Meadville, Pa.

BENZ, Conrad. d. Nov. 2, 1862 of disease at Suffold, Va. Enlisted as a Private Aug. 21, 1862 Ellery, NY at the age of 22. Enlisted in Company 7th, 1st Sharp Shooters Regiment New York on September 12, 1862. Died of disease Company 7th, 1st Sharp Shooters Regiment New York on November 2, 1862 in Suffolk, Va. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

BITELY, William H. b. 1840. d. Jan. 5, 1905. Fluvanna Cemetery

BLINN, George, b. 1834 Watertown, NY. d. Apr. 3, 1908. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 235 G 5 NW corner - no stone.

BOWERS, Horatio N. Pvt. d. Nov. 24, 1863 of disease at Folly Island, S.C. Enlisted as a Private Aug. 12, 1862 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 18, 1862. Died of disease Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on Nov. 24, 1863 at Folly Island, S.C. . (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

BOYDEN, Andrew J. Pvt. d. June 29, 1863 Hampton, Va. Enlisted as a Private Aug. 2, 1862 Ellery at the age of 21. Enlisted in Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 18, 1862. Died in Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 29, 1863 in Hampton, Va. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

BRAGG, Lewis. b. 1812. d. Apr. 9, 1901. Fluvanna Cemetery.

BRIGGS, Wallace W. d. Feb. 1918.

BROWN, Alexander Sherman. 1835-1922. 7th Independent Co. of N.Y. Sharpshooters. Fluvanna Cemetery.

BROWN, Capt. Edwin. b. Feb. 12, 1835 Ellery, NY. d. Sept. 5, 1901 Millington, Kendall, IL. Enlisted in Co. E. 91st Illinois Infantry; mustered into army at Springfield, Ill, from which point his regiment was ordered to Kentucky to relieve Louisville and guard railroad bridges. They were captured by the Confederate General, John H. Morgan, in Dec. 1862, but were immediately paroled and sent to Benton Barracks, St. Louis until exchanged July 1, 1863. From thence they were sent down the Mississippi River and assigned to the 13th Corps, under command of Gen. Banks. In the fall of 1863 was ordered to Morganza Bend, Louisiana, where they were met by a small force of confederates and immediately commenced scattering and driving them back through the woods; in this engagement the captain was stricken by sunstroke, being rendered unfit for service, and was soon after honorably discharged. On entering the army Edwin was commissioned first lieutenant and when the company left Kentucky was made captain. Cemetery in Millington, Kendal, Ill.

BROWN, John A. Enlisted August 18, 1863 PVT First Bat’l N.Y.S. Sharpshooters - Ellery. Discharged June 7, 1865 at expiration of service and ferred to 8th Co. May 26, 1865 captured at Todd’s Tavern, Va.,; Re-captured in the field. Captured again Aug. 18, 1864 Yellow Tavern on the Weldon R. R., Va.; Confined in Libby prison on Belle Island; paroled at Rebel Prison, Richmond, Va. Oct, 1864. His later statement "in 41 engagements, under shot and shell with the enemy - never wounded; with the army of the Potomac during all of my service".

BROWN, Russell M. Enlisted August 11, 1862 Ellery. PVT 1st Bat’l N.Y.S. Sharpshooters. Discharged June 17, 1863 as Corporal.

BROWNELL, David S. Enlisted Aug. 18, 1862 PVT Ellery. First Bat’l N.Y.S. Sharpshooters. Company 7th. Wounded in action. Discharged June 3, 1865 as Corporal near Washington, D. C.

CALAHAN, William M. Fluvanna Cemetery.

CAMP, Wilson. b. 1841. d. May 24, 1919. Fluvanna Cemetery

CARPENTER, Kingsley. b. July 10, 1833 Pittstown, NY. d. Aug. 24, 1899 Lily Dale, NY. Enlisted as a Private on August 28, 1862 at the age of 30. Enlisted in Company H, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 30, 1862. Mustered out Company H. 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 13, 1865 in Raleigh, NC. Red Bird Cemetery. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

CARPENTER, William. b. 1841 Pittstown, Rensaeller County, NY. d. Nov. 30, 1864 in Salisbury Prison, N.C. Enlisted as a Private on August 20, 1863 at the age of 22 at Ellery. Enlisted in Company 7th,, 1st Sharpshooters Regiment New York on August 20, 1863. Captured in action on August 19, 1864 near Petersburg, Pa.. Died of disease while a POW Company 7th, 1st Sharpshooters Regiment New York on November 30, 1864 in Salisbury, NC (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

CLARK, Major Seth William. b. Feb. 22, 1832 Ellery, NY. d. Dec. 31, 1904 Seattle, Washington. Timeline of military service in Civil War; answered Lincoln’s call for volunteers; Private, Co. C. 9th Reg’t, N.Y. Cavalry - August 31, 1862 wounded at Battle of Chantilla, bullet in right leg. At Battle of Gettsburg. Feb. 2, 1863 Rappanhannock Station, gunshot wound right shoulder; arm in sling; used left hand for saber. Jan. 9, 1863 saber wound on chin to bone and shot by bushwacker. June 11, 1864 Battle of Trevillian Station - wounded - right hip dislocated; wound never healed. Laid on battlefield 5 days; carried to tobacco warehouse in Richmond, VA by the enemy. Fall of 1864 put in Libby prison until fall of 1864. Rations were one piece of cornbread each day. When he left prison he was hardly more than skin and bones. Exchanged to hospital at Annapolis where he remained until the following spring. Corporal; 1st Lieutenant when mustered out. Would have been Captain but when they thought he was dead his promotion was given to another man. Spring of 1865, Governor of N.Y. commissioned him a Major. Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, Washington.

CRICK, John Elijah. b. Feb. 13, 1790. d. Apr. 12, 1872. Enlisted Aug. 13, 1862 PVT, First Bat’l N.Y.S. Sharpshooters - Ellery. Captured Todds Tavern, Va. Re-captured in the field. Discharged June 3, 1865; mustered out with company near Washington, D. C. Fluvanna Cemetery.

DANIELS, Marvin J. Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862, PVT 112th N.Y. Infantry - Ellery. Discharged June 13, 1865, PVT. Mustered out with company at Raleigh, N.C.

DELRYMPLE, Thomas. b. 1813. d. May 31, 1905. Enlisted 12th Vol. Res. Corp. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 2.

DENNISON. Fernando. Enlisted at Ellery, NY.

DICKERSON, John M. d. Sept. 23, 1913 Syracuse, NY. Enlisted Aug. 6, 1862, PVT. 112th N.Y. Infantry - Ellery. Discharged Jan. 11, 1864 - disability.

DOLAN, George Henry.

DOWD, Isaac Norton. b. ca 1824 Wayne County, NY. d. Sept. 11, 1864. Enlisted July 17, 1862 PVT., 112 N.Y. Vol. Fort Reps Cemetery, Monroe Manor.

FENTON, Nelson Orrin. 1836-1895. Fluvanna Cemetery.

FOLEY, Adam. d. May 8, 1861. Killed in Battle of the Wilderness on May 7. A Sergeant in 49th Reg. N.Y.Vol.

FOLEY, Francis. d. in Andersonville Prison, Nov. 2, 1864. Enlisted Feb. 8, 1864 PVT, Ellery. 72nd N.Y. Infantry. Was promoted to Corporal. Was a prisoner of War. At time of death was in Co. B. 77th Reg. N.Y.V.

FOY, Ara. In 1880 was living in Conewango, Cattaraugus County, NY. b. June 7, 1833. d. Apr. 30, 1908. Enlisted in Co. E. Aug. 26, 1862 at Ellery. Wounded at Brandy Station, Va. Sept. 13, 1863. Captured near Berryville, Va., in Aug. or Sept. ‘64. Escaped in a night march. Transferred to Co. A. Oct. 18, 1864. Mustered out June 20 at Clouds Mills, Va. Discharged June 26, 1865. Was pensioned as an invalid Oct. 21, 1870. East Randolph Cemetery

FROST, Nelson N. b. 1838. d. 1910. 1880 residence - Gerry, NY. Enlisted as a Private on Nov. 3, 1861 at the age of 21. Enlisted in Company D, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on Nov. 9, 1861. POW on June 11, 1864 at Trevillian Station, VA. Reenlisted in Company D, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on Nov. 2, 1864. Promoted to Full Corporal on Jan. 1, 1865. Mustered out Company D, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on July 17, 1865 in Cloud’s Mills, VA. Was pensioned in N.Y. as an invalid, Feb. 3, 1868. Fluvanna Cemetery.

GARDNER, Edwin F. Enlisted Aug. 26, 1862 PVT 9th N.Y. Cavalry, Company B. Transferred to Company D, October 28, 1864., Ellery. Discharged July 17, 1865. Mustered out with company at Cloud’s Mills, Va.

GEER, Matthew B. In 1862 was 18 years old. Enlisted in Co. D., Aug. 20, 1862 at Ellery. Taken prisoner Oct. 18, 1862 at Haymarket, Va. Transferred to Co. I Mar. 5, 1864. Appointed Sergeant (date not stated). Mustered out as Second Lieut. Apr. 2, 1864; as First Lieut. and adjt July 14, 1864. Discharged May 15, 1865 by order of War Dept. 9th Reg’t, N.Y.Vol Cavalry.

GILLETT, Warren Howe. b. 1845. d. Mar. 21, 1917. Enlisted Co. D. 3 N.Y. Lt. Art. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 201 G - 4 W corner - no marker.

GREEN, Elijah. b. Dec. 26, 1824 Ellington, NY. d. Jan. 11, 1883 Dewittville, NY. Elijah Green was a fifer in the Civil War. Red Bird Cemetery.

GREGORY, Charles Henry. b. Dec. 29, 1834. d. Nov. 21, 1912. 12th Ohio Lt. Inf. Fluvanna Cemetery.

GRIFFIN, George W. b. ca 1841. d. ca 1864 in a rebel prison, Salisbury, N.C. George was taken prisoner at New Market Heights, September 29, 1864. NY 112th data. Probably buried in Salisbury, N.C. (info from Dee Davidson)

GRIFFITH, Robert. b. Apr. 1, 1836. d. Aug. 20, 1895. Enlisted Ellery, NY. rank of Captain. Fluvanna Cemetery.

HAIGHT, Taylor. b. 1849. d. Feb. 9, 1911. Co. D. 111th Reg. N.Y.Vol. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 272 G 1 W corner - granite

HALE, Sarg. Hiram Harvey. 8/18/1862 - 5/16/1865. 1st New York Sharpshooters, Company 7th; Promoted Corporal 8/3/1963; Wounded in action May 5, 1865 the Wilderness, Va.; Promoted Sergeant Dec. 1,__. Discharged at Satterlee U. S. General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. d. July 3, 1873 Ashville, NY from cholera obtained in Civil War. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 190 .G 1. W corner - granite

HALL, Amos A. b. ca 1837. At age 25 enlisted Aug. 25, 1862 as a PVT in 9th N. Y. Cavalry at Ellery, N.Y. Wounded in action in Oct, 1863. Discharged for disability Aug. 23, 1864 at hospital in New York City.

HALL, Albert E. 1846-1916. Red Bird Cemetery.

HANER, Ezra. b. June 5, 1802 Rensselaer County, NY. d. Apr. 27, 1888 Jamestown, NY. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 64.

HANER, George. d. at Waverly, Iowa. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862 Ellery - 1st Bat’l N.Y.S. Sharpshooters, Company 7. Wounded in action May 5, 1864 the Wilderness, Va. Discharged June 3, 1865. Mustered out with company near Washington D. C.

HASKINS, Israel. B. 1841. d. Mar, 1923. Enlisted July 28, 1862 PVT Ellery 110th N.Y. Infantry - Co. E. Discharged June 13, 1865; PVT. Mustered out with Company E 112th Reg’t. at Raleigh, N.C. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 243 G 3 W - granite.

HAYNES, Sylvester S. b. ca 1830. d. Nov. 30, 1862 at Hospital, Hagerstron, Maryland. Enlisted as a Private on Aug. 20, 1861 at the age of 31. Enlisted in Company G, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on August 30, 1861. Wounder on September 17, 1862 at Antietam, Md. Died of wounds Company G, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on November 30, 1862 in Hagerstown, Md (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

HAZARD, Algernon D. d. June 7, 1864 of wounds received in Battle at Cold Harbor, Va. Enlisted as a Private on Aug. 30, 1862 Ellery, at the age of 20. Enlisted in Company F, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 30, 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal of April 1, 1864. Wounded on June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, Va. Died of wounds Company F, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 7, 1864 in At Hospital. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

HEATH, Ebenezer. d. July 27, 1863, died of wounds received July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pa. Enlisted as a Private on Aug. 25, 1862 Ellery, at the age of 30. Enlisted in Company F, 154 Infantry Regiment New York on September 25, 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on March 15, 1862 (Estimated day). Promoted to Full Seergeant on May 2, 1863. Wounded on July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pa. Died of wounds Company F, 154th Infantry Regiment New York on July 27, 1863. North Harmony Cemetery. (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

HIGBY, Homer Harrison. b. May 17, 1835 Ellery, NY. d. July 12, 1899 Sterling, Ill. At the outbreak of the rebellion, Homer enlisted in Co. 1, 77th Ill. Vol. serving 3 years. bd. in Illinois.

HILDUM, Hiram W. b. ca 1827. d. Feb. 16, 1901. Enlisted in U. S. Navy. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 44 G - 2.

HOAG, Benjamin B. b. Nov. 22, 1838 Genesee, NY. d. Nov. 13, 1891 Ellery, NY. Enlisted Aug. 25, 1862 PVT Ellery 1st N.Y. Sharpshooters. Discharged June 3, 1865 with company near Washington, D.C. Was in Capt. Joseph Arnold’s Company. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 290 G 1 Center - no marker.

HOAG, Marvin Joseph. b. May 13, 1840 Ellery, NY. d. May 14, 1930 Ellery, NY. Enlisted Co. C-9th N.Y. Calvary. September 15, 1861 - April 6, 1862. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 211 G 5.

HOLLENBECK, Addison E. 1836-1920. Enlisted Aug. 2, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry. Company E. Promoted Corporal March 19, 1863. Discharged Sept. 23, 1864 - disability at base hospital, City Point, Va. Fluvanna Cemetery

HOLMAN, Henry C. b. ca. 1843. d. May 27, 1924. Co. C. 9th N.Y. Calvary. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 67 G 3 End Lot - marble.

HOWIG (born Hoag) Marvin. 1840-1930. Enlisted Sept. 15, 1861 PVT Ellery 9th N.Y. Calvary. Discharges Apr. 9, 1862. Bemus Point Cemetery.

HOYT, Harvey. Enlisted May 22, 1865 PVT Ellery 154th N.Y. Infantry, Company E. Transferred to Company D, 102nd N.Y. Infantry June 9, 1865. Discharged July 21, 1865, 102 N.Y Infantry. Mustered out with company.

HULL, Sgt. Marvin. b. Apr. 4, 1840. d. July 16, 1864. Fluvanna Cemetery.

JOHNSON, Andrew. Corporal. d. June 3, 1864 killed in action at Cold Harbor, Va. Enlisted as a Private Aug. 29, 1862 Ellery. Enlisted in Company 7, 1st New York Sharpshooters. . (Assisted in infomation for entry by Dee Davidson)

JONES, Albert Chapin. b. July 1, 1844 Ellery, NY. d. Aug. 14, 1911 Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862 PVT Ellery, Company E, 112th N.Y. Infantry at age of 18. Transferred to Company H, September 12, 1862. Wounded on June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, Va. Promoted to Full Corporal on June 14, 1864. Wounded on September 29, 1864 at Chaffin’s Farm, Va. Promoted to Full Sergeant on January 1, 1865. Wounded on January 15, 1865 at Fort Fisher, NC. Brevetted 1st Lt. Received a disability discharge Company H, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 8, 1865. Fluvanna Cemetery.

JONES, George W. d. Dec. 20, 1900 Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry. Discharged June 13, 1865 as corporal with company at Raleigh, N. C.

KILBURY, Robert L. 1845-1908. Co. B. 112 Reg. N.Y. Red Bird Cemetery

KILBURY, William. 1839-1908 Co. B. 112 Reg’t N.Y. Red Bird Cemetery.

LAWSON, George. d. Dec. 20, 1862 of disease at Suffolk, Va. Enlisted Aug. 15, 1862 Pvt. Ellery 1st N.Y. Sharpshooters, Co. 7th

LEARY, Arthur. Fluvanna Cemetery.

LENOX, Hamilton. d. killed in action at Cold Harbor, Va. Enlisted Aug. 15, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry.

LEWIS, Marvin P. d. Nov. 19, 1914 Cambridge Springs, Pa. Enlisted Aug. 6, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry. discharged Mar. 23, 1863 PVT disability - at Elmira, NY.

LINDQUIST, Alfred. Enlisted Aug. 28, 1862 PVT Ellery First N.Y. Sharpshooters, Company 7th. Transferred to 29th Company, 2nd Batt. Vet. Res. Corps, September 16, 1864. Discharged Sept. 11, 1865 probably at close of war.

LOUCKS, Andrew Jackson. b. 1823. d. Mar. 14, 1870. Fluvanna Cemetery.

LOUCKS, Dwight C. d. Aug. 30, 1917 Soldiers’ Home, Marion, Indiana. Enlisted Aug. 16, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry, Company H. Promoted Corporal Jan. 1, 1865. Absent on furlough at mustering out of Company. (There is a Dwight C. Loucks buried in Fluvanna Cemetery).

LOUCKS, John. d. Sept. 23, 1904 Ashville, NY. Enlisted Aug. 2, 1862 PVT Ellery 112th N.Y. Infantry, Company E. Wounded in action June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, Va. Discharged May 17, 1865. Mustered out at Satterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.

LUSK, Henry N. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1861 PVT Ellery 49th N.Y. Infantry. Discharged June 26, 1862 - disability - at Hampton, Va.

MANLEY, Spencer. b. Mar. 3, 1843. d. Dec. 29, 1862 Norfolk, Va. Enlisted Co. E. 112th Reg’t N.Y. Vol. Some records state he is buried Grave No. 4743 Hampton, Va.

MARSH, Cyrus Melvin Jr. b. Feb. 15, 1839 LeRoy, NY. d. Nov. 21, 1903 at a hospital at Gowanda, NY. Enlisted Aug. 23, 1862 PVT Ellery Co. D 111th Reg’t N.Y.Vol Sharpshooters. Discharged June 3, 1865. Mustered out with 7th N.Y. Sharpshooters with company near Washington, D.C. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 204 G 5 W side - marble.

MC KOON, Chauncy. First Lt., 64th Infantry N.Y. Red Bird Cemetery.

MOON, Charles E. ca 1843-ca 1924. Enlisted Sept. 24, 1861 at Jamestown with Co. C. 9th N.Y. Infantry. Re-enlisted Dec. 20, 1863. Appointed Corporal June 1, 1865. Fluvanna Cemetery.

NYE, Danforth. b. ca 1844. Enlisted as a Private on August 26, 1862 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company A, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on August 26, 1862. Received a disability discharge Company A, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on December 8, 1862 in Washington, DC. Pensioned in NY 188? as an invalid for service in the NY 9th as Danford Nye. In 1889 is living in Aurora, Erie Co NY. (assisted in information from Dee Davidson)

NYE, Samuel. d. Sept. 19, 1864 Washington D.C. of wounds in war. Enlisted as a Private on August 26, 1862 at the age of 20. Enlisted in Company C, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on August 26, 1862. Wounded on June 11, 1864 at Trevillian Station, Va. Died of wounds Company C, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on September 19, 1964 in Washington, D. C. (info from Dee Davidson)

OTTIS, Harrison G. Enlisted Aug. 31, 1862 PVT Ellery 9th N.Y. Calvary, Company B. Transferred to Company D, Oct. 28, 1864. Discharged June 6, 1865 Winchester, Va.

OWENS, B. F. Enlisted Oct. 15, 1861 PVT Ellery 9th N.Y. Calvary. Discharged Apr. 7, 1862 Washington, D.C. Again enlisted July 26, 1862; Captured Aug. 31, 1862 Centreville, Va.; again May 12, 1863 Chancellorsville, Va. while carrying messages for General Slocum; no dates of his exchange or parole stated. Mustered out with detachment June 1, 1865 at Winchester, Va.

PARKER, Charles D. b. 1840. d. June 17, 1917 Town of Ellicott. Fluvanna Cemetery.

PARKER, David Bigelow. b. Dec. 25, 1842 Ashville, NY. d. ca. Oct. 1, 1910 at his home Ellicottville. Enlisted 1861 72nd Reg’t N. Y. Vol. - promoted to Lieut. and placed by General Hooker in charge of mail service of Army of Potomac. Gowanda Cemetery, Gowanda, NY.

PEASE, Edmond H. 1846-1909. Fluvanna Cemetery.

PERSONS, Franklin "Frank" Elias. b. Apr. 11, 1833 Town of Ellery. d. Aug. 16, 1903 Town of Ellery. . Enlisted as a Private on September 15, 1861 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company H, 44th Infantry Regiment New York on September 20, 1861. POW on June 27, 1862 at Gaines Mill, Va. Paroled on August 3, 1862 at City Point, Va. Mustered out Company H, 44th Infantry Regiment New York on October 11, 1864 in Albany, N.Y. Red Bird Cemetery. (Info from Dee Davidson)

PERSONS, Lester Charles. b. May 15, 1843 Town of Ellery. d. Dec. 17, 1909 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Enlisted as a Private on August 28, 1862 at age of 19. Enlisted in Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 28, 1862. Transferred on September 12, 1862 from Company E to Company H. Enlisted in Company F, 154th Infantry Regiment New York on September 25, 1862. Received a disability discharge Company F, 154th Infantry Regiment New York on February 4, 1863. bd. Red Bird Cemetery.

PERSONS, Levi. b. July 23, 1829 Ellery. d. May, 29, 1922 Bath, NY. Enlisted as a Private on August 29, 1862 at age of 33,. Enlisted in Company F, 154th Infantry Regiment New York on September 25, 1862. Received a disability discharge, Company F, 154th Infantry Regiment New York on February 3, 1865. Pensioned as an invalid 1877. Arkwright Summit Cemetery. (info from Dee Davidson)

PERSONS, William Walter. b. ca 1836. d. 1908. Enlisted as a Private on August 21, 1862 at the age of 20. Enlisted in Company I, 9th Cavalry Regiment New York on August 21, 1862. Mustered out Company E, 9th Cavalry regiment New York on June 1, 1865 in Winchester, Va. (info from Dee Davidson)

PICKARD, Adam. d. during Civil War.

PICKARD, Allen Jay. b. abt. 1840 Amherst, Erie county, NY. d. February, 8, 1912. Enlisted as a Private on May 28, 1861 at the age of 23. Enlisted in Company D, 72nd Infantry regiment New York on June 20, 1861. POW on May 5, 1862 at Williamsburg, Va. Paroled on May 5, 1862 at Williamsburg, Va. Wounded on May 5, 1862 at Williamsburg, Va.. Discharged because of wounds, Company D., 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on August 20, 1862 in Alexandria, Va. Pensioned as an invalid 1863 place not given. In 1870 he is in Ellery. Lake View Cemetery. (info from Dee Davidson)

PICKARD, Alonzo Christopher. b. Feb. 17, 1838 Pickard Hill, Ellery, NY. d. Jan. 10, 1910 Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Aug. 23, 1862 1st N.Y. Sharpshooters. Mustered in as 2nd Lieut. Jan. 23, 1864; 1st Lieut. April 24, 1864. Wounded in action the Wilderness, Va. May 8, 1864. Out on June 3, 1865 as First Lieut - expiration of service.

PICKARD, Charles G. b. ca 1836. d. August 9, 1862 in Civil War at Bristoe Station, Va. Enlisted as a Private on May 28, 1861 at the age of 25. Enlisted in Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on June 20, 1861. Promoted to full Corporal on May 28, 1862. Wounded on August 27, 1862 at Bristoe Station, Va. Died of wounds Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on August 29, 1862 in Bristoe Station, Va. (info from Dee Davidson)

PICKARD, Franklin Arthur. b. Aug. 13, 1843 Ellery, NY. d. Dec. 14, 1922 Eureka Springs, Ark. Enlisted May 28, 1861 at age 18 years. Was a PVT in Co. D. commanded by Capt. Wm. O. Stevens in 72 Reg’t at David’s Island, NY harbor on or about May 26, 1864. While on duty he received a gun shot wound - a service ball passed through his right shoulder and upper part of the right lobe of his lungs, at Battle of Gettysburg. This wound left his right arm partially paralyzed and his right lung permanently diseased. He spent some time in Libby Prison and was exchanged for a southern soldier. Buried in Plainview, Tex.

PICKARD, Henry. 1803-1882. Held the rank of major in the New York State Militia. (Civil War). Red Bird Cemetery.

PICKARD, James "Stubb" b. abt 1822 Ellery, NY. d. June 9, 1864 White Horse Landing, Va. Enlisted in war on Aug. 23, 1862 at the age of 34. He mustered into service on Sept. 12, 1862, Jamestown, as a Pvt. in the 1st. N.Y.Sharpshooters, 7th Co., under Capt. Joseph Arnold. He was wounded in the right shoulder while on duty near Coal Harbor on June 4, 1864. His officer, Capt. Perry Clinton was present at the time and saw the wound. He was carried to the field hospital, from there moved to White Horse Landing, Va., where he died. Red Bird Cemetery

PICKARD, James H. b. Oct. 24, 1842 Pendleton, NY. d. Nov. 30, 1915. Enlisted as a Private on July 9, 1862 at age of 18, Enlisted in Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on September 2, 1862. Transferred Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on June 23, 1864. Transferred to Company C, 120th Infantry Regiment New York on June 23, 1864. Widow Mary pensioned NY December 9, 1915. Red Bird Cemetery. (Assisted in info by Dee Davidson)

PICKARD, Joshua John. b. Nov. 23, 1812 Madison County, NY. d. Mar. 3, 1887 Hamburg, Livingston County, Mich. John Pickard enlisted by Col. Backus at Ft. Wayne, Mich., on Aug. 28, 1861 and served 3 years in the Civil War being 42 years of age. He served as a Vol. 5th Reg’t Mich Infantry. For some two weeks, his company was compelled to remain most of the time, sleeping on wet ground, facing the storms where he took a very severe cold, which severely affected his lungs and throat so he was unable to speak aloud and taking on additional colds and by exposure and fatigue with his company at Fort Lynn near Alexandria, Va. In the latter part of Oct. 1861 he grew gradually worse until he became entirely unable to perform duty as a soldier. He was discharged at Annapolis, Maryland on Apr. 2, 1862 for disability. Came with his father to Ellery in 1816. Hamburg Village Cemetery.

PICKARD, Melvin E. b. August 19, 1845 Town of Ellery. d. July 29, 1923 Glyden, Crawford County, Pa. Enlisted as a Private on August 9, 1862 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on September 2, 1862. Wounded on May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville, Va. Promoted to full Corporal on May 5, 1863. Transferred Company B, 72nd Infantry Regiment New York on June 23, 1864. Transferred in Company C, 120th Infantry Regiment New York on June 23, 1864. Mustered out Company C, 120th Infantry Regiment New York on June 3, 1865 in Washington, D. C. Britton Run Cemetery. (info from Dee Davidson)

PIER, Charles. 1894 of Town of Ellery. d. Oct. 2, 1894 Chautauqua County Farm, Dewittville, NY. Mayville Cemetery on Soldier’s Lot.

PRATT, Isaac H. b. ca. 1844. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862 PVT First N.Y. Sharpshooters, Ellery. Wounded in action June 18, 1864. Discharged May 14, 1865 PVT at Washington D. C. - disability.

PRATT, Stephen. b. ca. 1799. d. Mar. 17, 1867. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 55.

PRESTON, Francis. b. Mar. 1 or 4, 1828. d. Aug. 14, 1862 Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Enlisted Feb. 18, 1862, Ellington. Discharged Aug. 14, 1862 by death. PVT 49th N. Y. Infantry. Soldier’s Circle, Lake View Cemetery. Francis Preston, age 34, enlisted at Buffalo, to serve 3 years. Was mustered in as PVT, Co. K. Feb. 17, 1862; died of disease, Aug. 14, 1862 at a hospital in Philadelphia, Pa.

PRESTON, George. b. June 22, 1836. d. May 18, 1907. Enlisted Aug. 26, 1861 at Jamestown to serve 3 years; mustered in as PVT Co. K Sept. 18, 1861; mustered out Oct. 18, 1864 Buffalo, NY. PVT 49th N.Y. Infantry. discharged Oct. 18, 1864 at expiration of enlistment.

PRESTON, Ephron. b. ca. 1844. d. July 22, 1889. Enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, PVT, 12th N.Y. Reg’t Infantry. Ellery. Co. E. Discharged June 13, 1865 with company at Raleigh, Va.

PRESTON, George. b. June 22, 1836. d. May 18, 1907. At age 25, enlisted Aug. 26, 1861 Jamestown, NY to serve three years; mustered in as a private, Co. K. Sept. 18, 1861; mustered out Oct. 18, 1864 at Buffalo, NY. Lake View Cemetery.

PUTNAM, Ephron. 1844-1889. Enlisted as a Private on August 12, 1862 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company E. 112th Infantry Regiment New York on August 18, 1862. Mustered out Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 13, 1865 in Raleigh, N.C. Absent sick from May 4 to September, ‘64; Division Ambulance Train from April 9, ‘65; furlough granted from May 15, ‘65. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 275 G 1 NW corner - granite

RAPPOLE, Henry F. b. Oct. 27, 1833 on farm in Town of Ellery. d. Jan. 25, 1911 Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Sept. 12., 1862, in the Seventh Company, First battalion, New York Sharpshooters, under Captain Arnold. He was appointed corporal, then sergeant, but at the battle of the wilderness his misfortunes began, a shot so disabling his left hand and arm that amputation was necessary. He spent several weeks in the hospital, then was honorably discharged and mustered out of the United States service. Discharged Nov. 14, 1864 - Sergeant - Disability - Mt. Pleasant General Hospital near Washington D.C.

REARDON, Dennis William. b. ca. 1842 Mich. d. June 15, 1884. He claimed residence in Homer, MI Aug. 5, 1862, at Marshall, MI. Rank Private, Age 20, promoted to full Corporal on Sept. 12, 1862; Promoted to Full Sergeant on Feb. 20, 1865. Served Michigan. Enlisted A. Co., 25th Inf. Reg’t. MI. Mustered out at Salisbury, N.C. on June 24, 1865. Wounded in Battle of Resaca, GA. He carried a minnie ball lodged in his lung and later developed TB and when he was dying, brought his wife and family back from Clay Co., South Dakota to Ellery, NY. He died two weeks later. Red Bird Cemetery.

RHODES, Daniel. 1838-1907. Fluvanna Cemetery.

RICE, Sarg’t Hiram E. Rice. b. 1843. d. Jan. 3, 1881. Enlisted Co. E 112th Reg’t NY Vol Infantry. In the original roster of the reg’t he is listed as a Corporal. He was wounded twice in battle action at Cold Harbor, June 1, 1864 and at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, 1865. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 72W G 2 N end - marble slab.

RIKER, Charles. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862 Ellicott, NY; PVT: Age 29. Served N.Y. ; Enlisted F. Co. 112th Inf. Reg’t N.Y. Mustered out at Raleigh, N.C. on June 13, 1865.

ROBINSON, Jason. b. Jan. 15, 1840. d. 1914. Red Bird Cemetery.

ROBINSON, Liscomb C. b. Oct. 1, 1824. d. June 30, 1888. Co. C. 9th N.Y. Cavalry. Red Bird Cemetery.

RUSSELL, George W. d. Feb. 18, 1902 Hartfield, NY. Enlisted Aug. 23, 1862, PVT, First N.Y. Sharpshooters, Ellery. Promoted Corporal December 1, 1862; Sergeant April 4, 1864; Captured August 19, 1864 near Petersburg, Va.: Paroled March 1865. 1, 1862; Discharged June 16, 1865 as Sergeant, at expiration of service at Elmira, N.Y.

SAMPLE, Hugh W. b. 1842 Sheffield, Pa. d. 1893 Dayton, Ohio. Enlisted as a Private on August 28, 1862. Enlisted in Company Baldwin’s, Dept Corps Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on Aug. 28, 1862. Mustered out Company Baldwin’s Dept Corps Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on June 5, 1863. Co. E 5th U.S. Art. Civil War. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 185 G 1 E side - granite.

SHAW, Warner. b. Apr. 10, 1842. d. Mar. 29, 1864. Served in Civil War 1861-1865. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SHERWIN, Samuel. b. Oct. 2, 1831. d. June 28, 1861 Killed in Battle of Petersburg, Va. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SHERWOOD, George. Enlisted July 26, 1864, PVT, 9th NY Cavalry, Ellery. Discharged Dec. 12, 1864, deserted at Harper’s Ferry, Va.

SIMMONS, Ambrose. b. Jan. 16, 1827. d. Aug. 12, 1882. In service 1861-1865. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SIMMONS, Lewis. b. May 2, 1830. d. Dec. 12, 1902 New York State Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Home, Bath. Member Co. B, 72nd NY Vol during Civil War.

SIMMONS, Obed. b. 1842. d. May 11, 1882. Co. B. 72nd NY Inf. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SMILEY, George W. b. May 13, 1843 Fluvanna, NY. d. 1922. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SMILEY, Theodore. Enlisted Sept. 15, 1861, PVT, Ellery, 9th NY Cavalry. Discharged June 20, 1982, from Washington, D. C.

SMILEY, Wallace J. b. 1830. d. May 4,1864 killed in the battle of the Wilderness.. Enlisted Aug. 19, 1863, Pvt., Ellery, 1st. NY Sharpshooters. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SPARLING, William. 1844-1927. Lot 38E G 2

SULLIVAN, John. enlisted Aug. 19, 1864, PVT, Ellery, 112 th N Y Infantry.

SOULE, George Frederick. b. July 26, 1839 Danby, Thompkins County, NY. d. Oct. 31, 1907. Served as a private in Co. C. 141st NY Infantry. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 63.

SPENCER, Manley. d. Dec. 29, 1862 of typhoid fever at Suffolk, Va. Enlisted Aug. 8, 1862, Pvt., Ellery, 112th NY Infantry. Co. E

SWITZER, Jacob N. 1832-1902 Co. E. 102nd Pa. Vol. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 209 G 2 NW corner - 2-piece marker.

THOMAS, Dr. Jeffrey Randall. b. Oct. 17, 1827 Town of Potter, Yates Co., NY. d. Apr. 29, 1883 Bay City, Bay Co., MI. Studied with Dr. Charles H. Hoytin Potter and graduated from Geneva Medical College. Moved. to Ellery Center. 1854-55 was post master at Ellery Center. Enlisted 1861, served in the 112th N.Y. Infantry. Became assistant surgeon in 112th. Went to N.C. Discharged 1863.

TILYOU, Jason J. 1845-1929. enlisted Aug. 6, 1862, PVT, Ellery, 112th NY Infantry. Out, June 13, 1865 as corporal with Company at Raleigh, N.C. Red Bird Cemetery.

TOWN, Arthur D. d. Aug. 18, 1887. Enlisted May 23, 1861, PVT, Ellery, 72nd NY Infantry. Wounded in action July 1, 1862 Malvern Hill, Va.; Captured (no date or place given); Exchanged Dec. 19, 1862; Promoted Sergeant Feb. 17, 1863; Wounded in action May 5, 1864 Spotsylvania, Va. Discharged - absent in hospital at mustering out of company. Ivory Cemetery, Frewsburg, NY.

TURNER, Clark. b. Feb. 7, 1828. d. May 26, 1863. Fluvanna Cemetery.

TURNER, Fernando. d. Sept. 1909 Seattle, Washington. Enlisted Aug. 7, 1862, Ellery, PVT, First NY Sharpshooters. Wounded in action June 1, 1864 Cold Harbor, Va. Discharged May 29, 1865 Washington, D.C.

TURNER, Dea. Rinus Dickinson. b. June 8, 1808. d. Feb. 28, 1878. Fluvanna Cemetery.

VANDERWARK, Oliver. b. June 26, 1842. d. July 20, 1865. Sergeant Major 9th NY Cavalry. Fluvanna Cemetery

VAN WERT, Seth Oscar. b. 1838. d. Sept. 28, 1918 Bemus Point, NY. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1861, PVT, Ellery, 9th NY Cavalry, Co. C. Promoted Corporal Oct. 1, 1863; Re-enlisted as a veteran Dec. 20, 1863. Wounded in Action Trevillian Station, Va. June 11, 1864; Promoted Sergeant Nov. 1, 1864. Out July 17, 1865 as Sergeant with Co. C at Cloud’s Mills, Va. Lewis Cemetery. Lot 36.

VETTER, Gustave. 1844-1918. Fluvanna Cemetery.

VORCE, Hiram. Served in the NY 112th Civil War. Enlisted as a Private on Aug. 20, 1862 at the age of 20, in company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York. Corporal Vorce promoted to Full Sergeant on October 22, 1862 and Ordnance Sergeant March 23, 1863. Killed Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment New York on June 28, 1864 in Petersburg.  Westfield Cemetery.

WALKUP, Vanness. b. Nov. 25, 1839. d. Dec. 8, 1926. was a first sergeant Co. A., 118th Illinois Reg’t. Fluvanna Cemetery.

WALTERS, Thaddeus. Enlisted Aug. 23, 1862, PVT, Ellery, First NY Sharpshooters. Discharged June 17, 1865 Washington, D. C.

WARNER, James S. Fluvanna Cemetery.

WARNER, Niles T. b. 1841. d. Dec. 19, 1862. Fluvanna Cemetery.

WHICHER, Samuel Morris. b. ca 1839. d. May 31, 1875 Corry, Pa of malignant diphtheria. Fluvanna Cemetery.

WILCOX, William H. Enlisted Dec. 11, 1863, Ellery, PVT, 9th NY Cavalry. Out July 17, 1865 with company at Cloud’s Mills, Va.

WINCHESTER, Addison R. b. ca. 1836. d. May 17, 1863. Enlisted as a private on Oct. 1, 1861 in Jamestown, NY. Enlisted in Co. C. 9th Cavalry Regiment, New York on Oct. 3, 1861. Died of disease on May 17, 1863 in Washington, D.C. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 34E G - 3 E side - granite.

WINCHESTER, A. W. Enlisted Sept. 17, 1864, PVT, Ellery, 9th NY Cavalry. Out June 1, 1865. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 43E G 2 - no marker.

WINCHESTER, Alexander Hamilton. 1838-1915. Enlisted Ellery, Co. C., 9th NY Cavalry. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 281 G 4 Center lot - red granite.

WOOD, Mahlon. b. 1843. b. ca 1843. Mahlon Wood, age 18, enlisted Sept. 8, 1861 in 9th Cavalry at Ellery, NY. Discharged for disability Sept. 8, 1862 at Washington, D.C.

WOODARD, John D. Enlisted, Ellery.

YORKER, Anthony. b. 1840 Germany. d. Feb. 14, 1905 Fluvanna, NY. Enlisted Aug. 22, 1862, PVT, Ellery, 112 NY Infantry. Out June 13, 1865 with company at Raleigh, N.C. Fluvanna Cemetery.

YOUKER, David L. Enlisted Aug. 31, 1862, Ellery. Transferred to Company A October 18, 1864; Transferred to Vet. Res. Corps. August 9, 1865. Mustered out at Gallup’s Island, Boston Harbor, Mass.

YOUNG, Calvin P. d. May 5, 1864 of wounds received in Battle of the Wilderness, Va. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862, Ellery, Pvt. 1st NY Sharpshooters, Co. 7th

YOUNG, Charles E. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862, Ellery, PVT, First NY Sharpshooters. Out Aug. 25, 1863, disability, discharged at Armory Square Hospital, Washington, D. C.


SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. April 1898 - August 12, 1898

BECK, William L. b. Nov. 20, 1881 Ellery Center, NY. d. Dec. 26, 1962 861 N. Main St., Jamestown, NY. Mr. Beck was among the 100 area men who became a part of the 46th U.S. Infantry serving in the Spanish American War. The group organized in Boston, Mass. in 1899. He often recalled the trip from Boston to Manila in the Philippine Islands, where the company was under fire within 44 hours. He was then sent north to relieve a detachment, remaining for six weeks, with only ten days rations. The regiment returned to the U.S., May 31, 1901. A short time previously, he had been given a disability discharge. Fluvanna Cemetery.

BENNETT, Willard S. b. Apr. 27, 1882 Town of Ellery. d. Nov. 26, 1959. A veteran of the Spanish American War, the Boxer Rebellion and at one time served in the U. S. Navy. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 157 G -7.

FRENCH, Clyde W. b. Nov. 2, 1873 Ellery Center, NY. d. Nov. 2, 1967 Veterans Hospital, Erie, Pa.

HALE, Alfred Ensign. b. Feb. 27, 1858 Town of Ellery. d. 1933 at his home, 11 Cook Ave., Jamestown, NY. Enlisted in the Fenton Gusrds September 26, 1891 and promoted corporal November 4, 1893. His first military was in August 1892 when his company was ordered to Buffalo during the railroad strike of that year. He volunteered for service during the Spanish-American War and was appointed sergeant of Company E. Sixty-fifth Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry May 1, 1898; promoted quartermaster sergeant February 1899. During the war his company was stationed at Fort Alger, Virginia. Bentley Cemetery in Lakewood.

HALE, George Francis. In 1887 he enlisted in the Fenton Guards, was promoted corporal February 1893; sergeant April 4, 1896. During the Spanish-American War he was sergeant to Company E, Sixty-fifth Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry. Honorably discharged November 19, 1898

KELSEY, Frank E. 1856/1861 - 1903. Co. K. Reg’t NY Vol. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 296 G 1 SE corner - granite.

LANPHERE, John W. b. Oct. 2, 1879 Town of Ripley. d. Sept. 2, 1961 Westfield Memorial Hospital. Volusia Cemetery.

MC NALLIE, Dutton. b. Aug. 6, 1872 Hamilton, Ontario. d. Oct. 1952 at his home in E. Randolph, NY. Fluvanna Cemetery.

NEELY, Frank. 1879-1941. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 307 G 12. Behind Amanda Carlson grave.

ROMANS, John D. b. 1874. d. May 8, 1900. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 181 G 1 S side center - marble.


MEXICAN BORDER CAMPAIGN July 5, 1916-Feb. 14, 1917

BARCLAY, Bert John. b. Sept. 22, 1887 Ellery Center, NY. d. Mar. 20, 1977 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. A member of the Mexican Border Service and a Sergeant in U.S. Army during W. W. I. Fluvanna Cemetery.


WORLD WAR I 1914-1918

ACKROYD, Arthur. 1952 residence - Sunnyside, Greenhurst, NY. b. Apr. 9, 1893 Halifax, Yorkshire, England. d. Nov. 24, 1952. Served with an infantry unit of the 59 Pioneer Division in France for two years and was discharged as a private first class. Fluvanna Cemetery.

ALBERTSMAN, Claude. 1982 residence - Bemus Point, NY. b. Mar. 10, 1897 Holland. d. Feb. 8, 1985 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY.

ALDRICH, Francis. b. May 8, 1889 Town of Ellery. d. June 11,1939 Veteran’s Hospital, Batavia. Enlisted May 26, 1918. Pvt. Co. H 118th Engrs. 65th Co. Discharged July 17, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 68E G 5.

ANDERSON, Harry A. 1980 residence - Oriental Park, Bemus Point, N.Y. b. July 23, 1898 Bessemer, Pa. d. Jan. 23, 1980 Lawson Care Center, Jamestown, NY. He was a U. S. Army veteran serving in France. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 383 G - 1.

ANDERSON, J. William. 1985 residence - Luce Road, Bemus Point, NY. b. June 20, 1896 Ellington, NY. d. Apr. 6, 1985. He served as a bandsman in the U. S. Navy playing tenor saxophone aboard the USS Louisiana. Fluvanna Cemetery.

BAILEY, Humphrey I. 1962 residence - Bemus Point, NY. b. Mar. 28, 1900. d. Jan. 24, 1962. Enlisted July 4, 1918. Pvt. Co. D. 304th Eng. Discharged June 6 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 36B G - 1.

BALDWIN, Thomas Harold. b. 1899. d. Mar. 14, 1928 - Drowned in Chautauqua Lake. Served in the English Army during W.W. I. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 288 G - 6.

BARCLAY, Bert J. b. Sept. 22, 1887 Ellery Center, NY. d. Mar. 20, 1977 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. A Serg’t in the U.S. Army during W.W. I. Also a veteran of the Mexican Border service.

BARONE, Charles F. 1995 residence - Heritage Green Health Care Center, Greenhurst, NY, formerly of 38 Chamber St., Jamestown, NY. b. June 7, 1895 Vlledorma, Sicily. d. Jan. 21, 1995 WCA Hospital, Jamestown. Served in the U. S. Navy. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

BEMUS, William Jotham. b. Jan. 20, 1895 Town of Ellery. d. Aug. 16, 1951 Town of Ellery. Enlisted Aug. 4, 1917. MSE Co C 319th Fld. Sig. Bn. Discharged June 6, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 55 G 2 - flat marker near Kopp.

BLIZZARD, Kenneth L. b. Jan. 20, 1901 Sinclairville, NY. d. May 28, 1960 Roswell Park Memorial Hospital. Enlisted 6 Cavalry U.S. Army during W. W. I. Navy Seabees during W. W. II. Sinclairville Cemetery.

BLOOMQUIST, Harry A. 1986 residence - Sunset Bay, Bemus Point, NY. b. Dec. 30, 1899. d. Feb. 7, 1986 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Served in the U. S. Navy. Received the award of Victory Medal. Lake View Cemetery.

BOHALL, John "Kenny" 1993 residence Fenton Park Nursing Home, formerly of 255 Prospect St., Jamestown. b. Mar. 29, 1907 Town of Ellery. d. July 9, 1993 Fenton Park Nursing Home.

BREWSTER, Karl. 1946 residence - Washington, D. C. formerly of Bemus Point, NY. d. Jan. 1946 Washington, D. C. Served in the regular army overseas during W. W. I.

BROWN, Arthur R. b. Aug. 6, 1894 Town of Ellery. d. Dec. 13, 1974 Veterans Hospital, San Antonio, Texas. Enlisted July 22, 1918. Cpl. 11 Co. 152 DB. - CORP 312 AMMO TRAIN - U. S. Army - France. Discharged Mar. 19, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 293 G - 13.

BROWN, Reuben Carl. b. Feb. 19, 1889 Town of Ellery. d. July 13, 1964. Enlisted 2nd Lt. 307 Field Artillery. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 293 G - 10.

BROWN, Chrystal C. b. Aug. 10, 1905 North East, Pa. d. Jan. 17, 1967 Jamestown General Hospital. Enlisted U. S. Marines 1922; stationed at Haiti. Grandville Cemetery in Pennsylvania.

BROWNELL, Ralph W. b. July 10, 1899. d. Sept. 6, 1921. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 251 G - 8 - granite.

CARLSON, Alfred W. 1979 residence - Ellery Centralia Road, Bemus Point, NY. b. Mar. 27, 1895 Jamestown, NY. d. Aug. 22, 1979 Jamestown General Hospital. Enlisted Nov. 13, 1917 - 3rd Infantry 78 Division, regular Army. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 335 G 5 Bronze military marker.

CARLSON, Clarence A. b. May 5, 1898. d. Nov. 4, 1971. Enlisted with Army Engineers at Fort Dix, N.J. Fluvanna Cemetery.

CARLSON, Ernest Henning. 1926 residence - 230 Barrows St., Jamestown, NY, formerly of Ellery Center, NY. b. ca 1892. d. May 1926 at his home. He entered the service at Silver Creek, May 26, 1918, going overseas Aug. 24, 1918. While overseas he served as a wagoner with the 312th engineer train of the 87th Division. He was honorably discharged June 28, 1919.

CARLSON, Gunnar Walfrid. 1977 residence - Warren, Pa., formerly on Tonawanda, NY and Ellery Center, NY. b. July 28, 1892. d. Mar. 23, 1977 Warren General Hospital. Enlisted in Infantry Army 78th Lightning Division - France. Russell, Pa. Cemetery.

CARLSON, Harold A. "Pete". 1980 residence - Horton Rd., Jamestown formerly of Dutch Hollow Road, Bemus Point, NY. b. Aug. 31, 1895 Town of Ellery. d. July 31, 1980 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Served in the U. S. Army. Sunset Hill Cemetery.

CARLSON, Howard R. 1983 residence - Bentley Ave., Fluvanna, NY. b. Jan. 26, 1896 Jamestown, NY. d. Sept. 29, 1983 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. 1918 of Co. A 61st Infantry. Howard was reported killed in action Oct. 12. Reported to his company for duty on Nov. 12, the day following the Armistice. A memorial service had been held for him. Howard left Jamestown Sept. 27, 1917 for Camp Dix and left for overseas in March, where he won distinction as a marksman. He served as a corporal in the U.S. Army in France, from Apr. 1918 to Mar. 1919. He fought in the Eanould, Rabadeau, St. Mihiel and Argonne-Meuse sectors. Fluvanna Cemetery.

CARLSON, John "Jack". Residence - Shore Acres, Bemus Point, NY. b. 1888. d. Feb. 24, 1949 Coral Gables, Fla. Co. C. 101st MCBN. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 266 G - 10.

CARPENTER, George Pickard. 1979 residence 837 LaFayette St., Jamestown, NY. b. Jan. 29, 1909 Bemus Point, NY. d. Sept. 23, 1979 Jamestown General Hospital. Served in the U.S. Army several years. Red Bird Cemetery.

CARR, Thomas. 1890-1950. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 234 G 8.

CHENEY, Frank L. 1940 residence - Town of Ellery. b. 1876. d. Feb. 9,1940. Served as a submarine electrician in U.S. Navy from 1907 through 1916 and returned to the service during World War I. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 261 G - 11.

CHENEY, Frank W. b. Feb. 26, 1852. d. Dec. 1943. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 261 G 11.

CHENEY, Gerald G. b. May 3, 1893. d. Nov. 5, 1935. Served as a private in Co F 74th New York Infantry; New York National Guard. Prior to the World War and in July 1917 enlisted in the headquarters company, 108th Infantry, which was sent to Spartansburg, S.C.. Honorable discharged Apr. 1, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 248 G - 10. CHIPMAN, Vernon. 1964 residence - Bemus Point, NY. b. 1902. d. Sept. 15, 1964 Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, NY. Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, NY.

CLARK, W. Herbert. 1887-1918. A.E.F. France. Fluvanna Cemetery.

COOK, Fred Deforest. 1976 residence - Casselman Road, Dewittville. b. Oct. 27, 1900. d. June 4, 1976. Dewittville Cemetery.

CORNELL, Purl Dewey Sr. 1975 residence - Maple Springs, NY. b. July 19, 1896 Rexsville, NY. d. Nov. 23, 1975 Jamestown General Hospital. Cornell Lot, Mayville Cemetery.

DEWEY, Robert A. 1995 residence - 3615 Colburn Rd., Bemus Point, NY. b. Feb. 11, 1898 Jamestown, NY. d. Apr. 3, 1995 Heritage Green Health Care Center, Greenhurst, NY. Enlisted in the U. S. Army Signal Corps air ground school as a beginning sophomore at Cornell University, when the U.S. entered World War I. He received theoretical training at Cornell and then was transferred to various air fields in Texas to learn how to pilot the early airplanes of the day. He was assigned as a pilot in the 88th Air Observation Squadron and arrived in Europe just before the 1918 Armistice. The unit to which he was sent flew planes that carried a pilot and observer, with their assignment to reconnaissance over the trenches, spot artillery fire and observe enemy troop movement. Was a pilot in France and Germany. Evergreen cemetery, Stockton, NY.

DUE, Martin. 1898-1952. Fluvanna Cemetery.

ERNEWEIN, Clarence Edson. b. Nov. 2, 1901. d. Feb. 26, 1990. U.S. Army Air Corps. Fluvanna Cemetery.

GUSTAFSON, Arthur. 1987 residence - High Acres, Bemus Point, NY. b. Oct. 31, 1893 Port Vue, Pa. d. May 22, 1987. Served with the U.S. Army Cavalry. Fentonville Cemetery, Frewsburg, NY.

HALE, Merrils P. b. 1898. d. Oct. 18, 1919. U.S.N. R.F. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 287 G 4 SE corner - granite.

HALLBERG, Elliott A. b. Oct. 8, 1893 Town of Ellery. d. Sept. 7, 1979 Fenton Nursing Home, Jamestown, NY. U.S. Army. Soldiers’ Circle, Lake View Cemetery.

HANSON, Clarence H. b. Jan. 10, 1896 Sweden. d. Aug. 30, 1976 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 241 G 8.

HARVEY, Hart H. 1981 residence - Greenhurst, NY. b. May 11, 1891 Ellery Center, NY. d. Aug. 29, 1981 at his home, Greenhurst, NY. Served with the U.S. Army as a base master carpenter. Fluvanna Cemetery.

HASKIN, Ralph Culver, Sr. 1943 residence - Maple Springs, NY. b. May 2, 1895. d. Dec. 5, 1943 Australia. A.E.F. Pearl Harbor Cemetery. There is a marker in Bemus Point Cemetery - Lot 232.

HAZZARD, Cassius C. "Jack". 1964 residence - Tucson, Arizona, formerly of Bemus Point, NY. b. Apr. 29, 1895 Town of Ellery. d. Sept. 14, 1964 Veteran Fort Bayard Hospital. He enlisted in the United States Army, Nov. 4, 1917; and was assigned to the mechanical repair department; he was sent overseas with the American Expeditionary Forces, and most of his service abroad was with the American Postoffice at Nevers, France; he was honorable discharged in March, 1919. South Lawn Memorial Park, Tucson, Arizona.

HOYT, Harold "Perry". b. Jan. 25, 1895 Maple Springs, NY. d. Oct. 3, 1967 at his home in Westfield, NY. A veteran of W.W. I, serving overseas as a mess sergeant. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 310 G 4

INGERSON, Maurice James. 1984 residence - Hendersonville, N.C. b. Feb. 21, 1894 Warren, Pa. d. May 8, 1984 Hendersonville, N.C. U.S. Army. Bemus Point Cemetery.

Lot 146 G - 3.

JOHNSON, Antone J. Vernie. b. 1889. d. Aug. 5, 1966. Enlisted Nov. 17, 1917. PFC. 47th Aero Sq. Discharged July 7, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 311 G - 3.

JOHNSON, Arthur J. b. May 7, 1895 Lane, Pa. d. Feb. 15, 1978 Jamestown General Hospital. U. S. Army Medical Corps. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 400 G - 1.

JOHNSON, Frank E. 1980 residence, Box 138A, Bemus Point, NY. b. Feb. 4, 1892 Ridgway, Pa. d. Mar. 6, 1980 Jamestown General Hospital. Sunset Hill Cemetery.

JOHNSON, Gustaf E. 1919 residence - Fluvanna, NY. Was in service for 20 months, which was spent overseas with the 307th Field Artillery.

JOLLY, Thomas R. 1968 residence - Point Stockholm, NY. b. Oct. 16, 1895 Venango County, Pa. d. Apr. 6, 1968 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. U.S. Army Hospital, No. 310, 78th Division in Argonne Forest and St. Mihiel offensives in France. Sunset Hill Cemetery.

JONES, Earl William. 1989 residence, Browntown, Bemus Point, NY. b. Apr. 29, 1895 Conesville, NY. d. June 3, 1989 in his home. Served in the U. S. Army in France where he was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart. In later years he was recognized by France for his service during W. W. I. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 308 G 20.

KELSEY, Guy E. 1893-1923. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 296 G - 4.

KITTLE, Archie. b. Dec. 28, 1885. d. May 4, 1957. Enlisted June 6, 1917. Pvt. Co. E., 108 Infantry, W.W. I. from 1917 to 1919 in France, England and Belgium. Discharged Mar. 31, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 218 G - 6.

KNISLEY, George Reid. b. Dec. 26, 1897. d. July 11, 1968. Enlisted June 12, 1918. Fireman, 3C 3rd Naval District. Discharged Oct. 25, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 458 G - 2.

KOHN, Raymond Frank. b. Feb. 24, 1917. Enlisted Mar. 7, 1941, Medical Corps at Camp Lee, Va., Instructor, 2nd Lieut.

LATHROP, Raymond W. 1986 residence - High Acres Trailer Court, Bemus Point, NY. b. Feb. 22, 1897 Sherman, NY. d. Feb. 12, 1986 Jamestown General Hospital. U. S. Army. Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, NY.

LA VOICE, Alfred C. 1986 residence W. Main Rd., Fredonia, NY. b. Apr. 11, 1901 Ellery Center, NY. d. Nov. 6, 1986 at his home. Veteran of W. W. I, serving overseas. Centralia Cemetery, Centralia, NY.

LAWRENCE, Gifford Cottrell. b. 1890. d. Sept. 13, 1955. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1918. Pvt. 22 Recruiting Co. Discharged Dec. 9, 1918. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 371 G - 7.

LAWSON, Carey E. "King". b. Feb. 25, 1888 Townville, Pa. d. Feb. 26, 1963 Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Dec. 2, 1914. Pvt. Hq. Troop 3rd Reg’t Division of American Expeditionary Force. N.Y. - SGT 18th Field Arty, 3rd Div. Discharged Oct. 6, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 314 G - 5.

LIDDELL, William. 1973 residence - West Ellery, NY. b. Aug. 2, 1896 England. d. Aug. 10, 1973 Veterans Hospital, Erie, Pa. Enlisted Apr. 29, 1918. Pvt. Co F. Ordnance Dept. USA. Discharged Dec. 19, 1918. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 402 G - 7.

LOOMIS, Oscar Charles. 1955 N. Alleghany Ave. W. E. b. June 21, 1897 Portland, NY. d. Feb. 1, 1955 Jamestown General Hospital. A veteran of W.W.I, he entered the service Oct. 21, 1918 in Ripley. Was discharged as a private in Co E 153rd Depot Brigade at Camp Dix, N.J. Dec. 15, 1918. Was a charter member of Ellery Memorial Post 947 American Legion.

LORD, Elon R. 1973 residence - Akron, Ohio. b. May 18, 1894 Ellery, NY. d. Feb. 20, 1973 St. Thomas Hospital following a short illness. Cemetery in Akron, Ohio.

LORD, Harry W. Sr. b. 1897 Town of Ellicott. d. Apr. 21, 1951 Veterans Hospital, Buffalo. Fluvanna Cemetery.

MAYDWELL, Walter E. 1977 residence - Bemus Point, NY. b. Dec. 7, 1896 Louisville, Ky. d. Oct. 29, 1977 Jamestown General Hospital. U. S. Army in France. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 308 G - 17.

MC CANN, Roscoe M. b. 1892. d. July 24, 1954. Enlisted Sept. 21, 1917. Pvt. Co. B. 10th M.G. Bn-Army. Discharged Aug. 4, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 330 G - 5.

MILLER, Rev. Nelson. Pastor 1956 - Maple Springs Church, Maple Springs, NY. b. Jan. 16, 1892 North East, Pa. d. Dec. 17, 1956 Jamestown General Hospital. Was stationed in Texas, Tennessee and England with the U.S. Army Chaplains Corps during W. W. I. Cemetery in North East, Pa.

NORTON, Victor Earl Sr. b. Jan. 6, 1894 Bemus Point, NY. d. Dec. 22, 1975 Fenton Park Nursing Home. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 410 G 3.

PARKER, Alton Hale. b. Apr. 9, 1887 Ellery, NY. d. Oct. 24, 1979 at his home in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Bemus Point Cemetery.

PARKER, Archie. b. Dec. 9, 1894 Ellery, NY. d. May 21, 1921 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. 210th Artillery, World War I, in France. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 289 G - 2 - no marker.

PARKER, Carl Quincy. b. Aug. 25, 1890 Ellery, NY. d. Mar. 12, 1986 at his home in Pompano Beach, Fla. Cemetery in Fla.

PARKER, Mark M. 1950 residence - Bemus Point and California. b. Apr. 30, 1896. d. Feb. 15, 1950 Capistrano Beach, Calif. A veteran of World War I, serving in Italy, and was decorated by the Italian Government. Probably buried in a cemetery in California.

PETERMAN, Clyde E. b. Aug. 20, 1892 Pennsylvania. d. Mar. 13, 1955 Veterans Hospital, Fayettville, N.C. Enlisted Oct. 6, 1917. PFC. Co D. 2nd Engineers. Discharged Aug. 13, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 343 G - 7.

PETERS, Walter. 1980 residence - Stockton, NY; formerly of Ellery-Centralia Road, Bemus Point. b. Mar. 6, 1884 Bennington, Vt. d. Jan. 12, 1980 Veterans Hospital, Buffalo, NY. He was a sergeant in World War I. He was shell shocked. Served as a sergeant with Company D, 11th Ammo. Greenwood Cemetery, Stockton, NY.

RANER, Harry A. 1976 Lloyd Ave, Bemus Point, NY. b. May 1, 1899 Newton, Pa. d. Sept. 5, 1976 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. U. S. Army - overseas in World War I. Red Bird Cemetery.

REW, Clyde James. World War I - AEF The 37th Division, 136th MG BN Soldier, First lieutenant of C Company. He lived in Bemus Point. He served in World War I, but since he was attending Ohio Northern University, he enlisted with the 37th Division, instead of with his hometown unit. Cemetery in Ohio.

REXFORD, Sherwood E. 1977 residence - Town of Ellery. b. Sept. 9, 1892 Marienville, Pa. d. 1977 Jamestown General Hospital. AEF 35th Engineer Battalion. Served in France. Fluvanna Cemetery.

RYAN, Leon M. "Pete" b. Aug. 2, 1902 Jamestown, NY. d. Dec. 11, 1975 Blake Memorial Hospital, Bradenton, Fla., while visiting. Served in the U. S. Navy during W. W. I. Bemus Point Cemetery.

SEYMOUR, Elton J. b. July 18, 1893. d. July 13, 1970. Enlisted Sept. 27, 1917. Sgt. Maj. Reg. 307th Field Artillery. Discharged May 22, 1919. W. W. I. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 284 G - 3.

SHEPARDSON, William C. b. July 25, 1895. d. Feb. 12, 1976. U.S. Army during W. W. I. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 301 G - 4.

SKILLMAN, Frank W. b. Aug. 15, 1895 Town of Ellery. d. Aug. 18, 1967 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Enlisted Apr. 28, 1918. Pvt. Co M. 312th Inf. Discharged Feb. 10, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 224 G - 5.

SMITH, Wesley W. b. June 19, 1893. d. Dec. 9, 1967. N.Y. Rec., Co. Inf. Enlisted Aug. 29, 1917. Discharged May 24, 1919. Red Bird Cemetery.

SONDELL, Adolphus G. b. Town of Ellicott,. d. Aug. 2_, 1945 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. A veteran of World War I; a member of the Last Man’s Club, Disabled Veterans Association. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SONDELL, Charles A. b. Apr. 24, 1888 Town of Ellicott. d. July 1949 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Served in 104th Infantry, 26th Division, during W. W. I. Fluvanna Cemetery.

SPARLING, Merlin A. b. July 24, 1886 Spring Creek, Pa. d. Apr. 12, 1967 Jamestown General Hospital. Enlisted Sept. 3, 1918. Pvt. 9th Co. Coast Defenses of Boston. Discharged Dec. 23, 1918. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 38 G - 4.

STARKWEATHER, Floyd L. 1975 346 Cole Ave., Jamestown, NY; formerly of Town of Ellery. b. Oct. 13, 1898 Portland, NY. d. May 14, 1975 Jamestown General Hospital. Sunset Hill Cemetery.

STEWART, Donald W. b. July 20, 1899. d. Sept. 23, 1968 Jamestown General Hospital. Enlisted June 7, 1918. GM 2c USNRF. During W. W. I, served in U. S. Navy from 1917 to 1919. Discharged Feb. 25, 1919. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 389 G - 1.

ST JOHN, William. 1993 Lutheran Retirement Home, formerly of Brockway Hill, Ellery Center, NY. and Sherman, NY. b. Sept. 13, 1896 Bear Lake, Pa. d. Jan. 5, 1993 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Veteran of W. W. I serving in the 4th Div., 177 Field Artillery in the U.S. Army, in France from 1917 to 1919. Webster Cemetery, Laona, NY.

SWOAP, Lewis M. 1994 Greenhurst Health Care Center; formerly lived in Bemus Point. b. Jan. 7, 1896 Kane, Pa. d. May 1, 1994 Greenhurst Health Care Center, Greenhurst, NY. A veteran of W. W. I , serving as a sergeant in the U. S. Army. During W. W. II was superintendent of Transportation in the Red Stone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala. Barnes Cemetery, Barnes, Pa.

UNDERWOOD, James R. 1963 residence - Maple Springs, NY. b. Dec. 1, 1885 Jamestown, NY. Oct. 15, 1963 Pittsburgh, Pa. A veteran of World War I. He served as a captain with the First Division in France. Lake View Cemetery.

VERVOORT, Lambert H. Sr. b. July 20, 1892. d. Sept. 21, 1954. Enlisted Apr. 9, 1917. Pvt. Development Bn. Concentration Brigade Air Service, U.S. Army. - PVT, 134th A. ERO SA. Discharged Dec. 16, 1918. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 344 G - 7.

WALKER, John M. b. Aug. 17, 1895. d. Feb. 24, 1968. Sgt. N.Y. Med. Det. 18 Inf. 1 Division. Fluvanna Cemetery.

WALTERS, Dr. Roy W. 1992 3791 Gokey Road, Greenhurst, NY. b. Nov. 12, 1893 Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. d. Aug. 8, 1992 at his home in Greenhurst, NY. Was a U. S. Army veteran of W. W. I from 1917 to 1918 and in W. W. II from 1941 to 1946 when he retired as a lieutenant colonel. Lake View Cemetery.

WATERMAN, Edward Hubert. 1953 residence - Greenhurst, NY. b. June 15, 1894 Westfield, NY. d. Mar. 1953 WCA Hospital, Jamestown, NY. Enlisted in U.S. Army on May 7, 1918 and served as a corporal with Co A, 106th Supply Train, 31st Division in France. Westfield Cemetery.

WELCH, Percey Stephen. Resident at Bemus Point, NY. d. 1971. Served in World War II from 1915 to 1919. A cemetery in Fla.

WEINBERG, George E. b. 1890. d. Oct. 10, 1953. Enlisted July 22, 1918. Cpl. Co. 72 18th Bn. 153 Depot Brigade. Discharged Dec. 2, 1918. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 176 G - 7.

WEST, Chauncey C. b. Nov. 15, 1887. d. Nov. 14, 1955. Enlisted Apr. 23, 1918. Gunner’s Mate 3/C USNRF. Discharged Apr. 22, 1922. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 358 G - 6.

WILSON, Leigh A. b. Apr. 6, 1888. d. Oct, 1945 at his home in Youngsville, Ohio. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 308 G 11.

WILSON, Oden T. b. July 5, 1899. d. Mar. 4, 1977 Mercy Hospital, Orlando, Fla. U.S. Navy. Woodlawn Cemetery, Orlando, Fla.

YOST, Frederic. 1861-1928. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 307 G - 2.

YOUNG, John Wendell. b. June 3, 1891. d. Oct. 9, 1922 Bemus Point, NY while visiting his parents. Fluvanna Cemetery.

YOUNGBLAD, Albert. b. Aug. 24, 1893. d. Nov. 9, 1959. Enlisted July 22, 1918. Pvt. 1st. Med. Det. Base Hospital. - Army. W. W. I. Discharged July 30, 1919. Red Bird Cemetery.

ZUIDEMA, Oscar. 1956 residence - Dewittville, NY. b. May 30, 1888 Richmond, Va. d. Oct. 12, 1956 at his home. Bemus Point Cemetery. Lot 358 G - 12.