Military Veteran Burials

150 Veterans of Wars Are Buried in Cemeteries Here

Norfolk today paid tribute to its war dead, 150 of whom are buried in cemeteries in this vicinity. There are graves of ninety Civil War veterans, fifty-one World War veterans, eight Spanish.American War veterans and one Mexican War veteran.

Civil War Veterans buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery

D. C. Amarine,

G. W. Beels, Levi Beemer, J. Bondurant, C. W. William Braasch, James Brady, Cyrus P. Byerly,

Samuel S. Cotton, John S. Craig, Chauncey Cronk,

Moses Daugherty, George Davenport, Daniel Desmond, Lathrop Doyle,

Charles Eble, Charles Eisley, Jacob R. Ellis,

Herman Gerecke, W. S. Glass, William Gleason, Daniel Goddard, John A. Green, Uriah Gregory, Alfred Groom,

W. H. Hagey, Thomas J. Harter, L. K. Hill,

W. O. Isham,

Henry F. Kennedy, M. J. Kennedy, I. Wilson King, Thomas Knoll, John Koenigstein, Frank Kriger,

Frederick J. Ladhoff, John Leitow, Charles Long, William H. Lowe, D. C. Lucas,

Pardon Marshall, J. M. Mathewson, John S. McClary, John S. McGinnis, Franz Mielenz, Dudley Miller, Henry Miller, R. W. Mills, John Myner,

Rasmus Nielson,

Samuel Park, J. G. Pheasant, J. W. Plummer, George Priestly,

N. A. Rainbolt, Burrel E. Reed, William Risor, H. M. Roberts, W. H. Roberts, W. M. Robertson, J. A. Romine, James S. Rouse,

J. W. Smith,

A. F. Tannehill, Charles Tracy,

James H. VanHorn, Daniel Vaughn,

K. L. Waters, Edmund Weatherby, J. C. Weills, Lucian Wells, William Widamon,

Alexander Zike

Civil War Veterans buried at Best Cemetery

M. J. Best,

Charles Fitch, John B. Flenniken,

Francis Henderson,

Joseph A. Light, William Low,

Robert McKibbon,

John T. Wollert

Civil War Veterans buried at St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery

August Bergman, August Braasch,

Frederick Dedderman, Wilhelm Dommer,

August Moldenhauer,

August Raasch,

Wilhelm Winter

Civil War Veterans buried at Christ Lutheran Cemetery

Otto Phillip Hirsch,

August Lobnow,

William Monk

World War Veterans buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery

George Banta, Walter Bennett, Archie Burgess, Alfred Burns,

Wren Cranford,

Frank Deaver,

Robert T. Evans,

George Fairbanks, James Finley,

Christ George, Ralph M. Gottschall, Julius Graves,

Goodlow Hansen, Lester Haverstein, Roy Herrington, Charles Hyde,

John R. Johnston,

Fred John Kane, Edward Kennedy, Frank Killoran, Irvin Klentz,

Leo Long,

Everet Roy McCaslin, Joseph Miller,

Earl T. Nightingale, Forest Norton,

Otto Oertwich,

Charles Scheele, Claire Schultz, Harry Sclavos, Fred Smith,

Albert C. Vrinders, James E. Vrinders,

Frank Warner, Frank Weaver, Russell Welch, Elmer Wolfe, Frank P. Woock

World War Veterans buried at St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery

Alfred Hille,

Oscar Machmueller

World War Veterans buried at Christ Lutheran Cemetery

Henry Benning, George Berner,

Charlie Carstensen,

John Flannagan,

Herman M. Porter,

Henry Schulz, W. Earl Shields

World War Veteran buried at Best Cemetery

William Moxley

World War Veteran buried at Zion Lutheran Cemetery

Otto Fuhrmann

Spanish–American War Veterans buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery

Alfred N. Gerecke, Fred G. Gerecke,

Herbert King, Richard King,

Edward Marquardt, John Warren McClary,

John Thorburn

Spanish–American War Veteran buried at Christ Lutheran Cemetery

Alexander Pillar

Mexican War Veteran buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery

John Geiger

(Note: This is from an article in the newspaper. It does not include all veterans in Madison County and some of the names may be misspelled, but this is how it appeared in the newspaper.) (Abstracted by Richard Strenge)  Source:  The Norfolk Daily News,  Thursday, May 30, 1940, page 9.