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Honor Roll
47 Military Casualties

~ So We Will Never Forget ~

 

In the course of carrying out their mission to serve and protect our nation, far too many of our cousins in the military -- comprised of DNA-connected members of the Minerd-Minard-Miner-Minor family and their spouses -- have made the ultimate sacrifice of giving their lives during wartime and peacetime. We seek on this page to highlight their names and honor their memory so they will never be forgotten.

 

Civil War (15):
 
   
Above, L-R: graves of Civil War casualties Leroy Bush in Greenfield, IN (left) and John Irving White in Beaufort, SC.

Above: grave of Civil War casualty Leonard Rowan (courtesy Hampton National Cemetery)

No known images of these Civil War casualties: Burkett M. FawcettAdrian Johnson  - Albert Miner  - Andrew Jackson MinerJacob M. Younkin - Dillon W. Moffitt - David C. Parish - Lewis Shirer - Adam Sturtz - Michael Sturtz - Solomon Sturtz - Anthony Gaumer

 

Philippine Insurrection/Spanish American War (1):

Albert H. Herrington  (courtesy Carol Farrant)

 

 

World War I (7):

           

Above, L-R: Claude Alderman and George T. McDonald - William Curtis McKnight

             

Above, L-R: Elvis Owen Pollard (courtesy Chad Kendell) - Raymond G. White. No known photo: Horace Gibson - Raleigh Emerson Hall.

 

 

World War II (14):

      

Above, L-R: Richard Nathan Reese - Alvin Glen Ream - Louis E. Younkin - Earl Jack Peters

         

Above: grave of Harold "Frank" Rodeheaver, Uniontown, PA.

Above: grave of Orville Turney, Connellsville, PA.

 
No known images of these World War II casualties: Jack Barr, Amos Bartholomew "A.B." Clark, Lloyd Frederick Harbaugh Jr., Jack Jennings, Blair E. Miller, Oliver Wendell Minard.

 

 

Korea (6):

                   

       

Above, L-R: William H. DickinsonDale Lee Foster.

Above: grave of Minor Fay White, Wichita, KS.

 

 

Vietnam (2):

     

 

 

Peacetime - 1984 (1):

 

 

Iraq War (1):

Above: Erick M. Foster  (Courtesy U.S. Army)

 

 

See Minerd-Minerd-Miner-Minor soldier lists from the American Revolution to the Civil War to World War I

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