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Honor Roll: 81 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 Minerd-Minard-Miner-Minor cousins and their spouses -- have made the ultimate sacrifice of giving their lives. This page honors each one so that his memory will never be forgotten.

 

Civil War (18):
   
Leroy Bush
Greenfield, IN
John Irving White, Beaufort, SC
Courtesy Janice (White) Manen).
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Leonard Rowan,
Hampton National Cemetery
Andrew J. Miner, Marietta National Cemetery - Courtesy Davis McCollum
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Burkett M. Fawcett, Masontown (WV) Cemetery - Courtesy Tammy Clark Lewis Shirar - Knoxville National Cemetery - Courtesy Howard. A. Sutherland
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Dillon W. Moffitt, Mound City
National Cemetery, IL (disease).
Courtesy Randy Watkins
David C. Parish, Edgar Cemetery,
Paris, IL (killed at Nashville)
Courtesy Phyllis Sutton
   
Solomon Sturtz, Vicksburg National Cemetery (disease)
Courtesy Jeffry Burden
Anthony Gaumer - Chattanooga
National Cemetery (disease) -
Courtesy Marvin and Samme Templin
   
Michael Sturtz - Little Rock
National Cemetery (disease)
Courtesy DaveCHCIO
Franklin Lewis Gaumer - Arlington National Cemetery (killed in action). Courtesy U.S. Army
   
Irvin Nicklow, Nashville National Cemetery
Courtesy Michaele Harrington
No known images of these Civil War casualties: Adrian Johnson  - Albert Miner  - Jacob M. Younkin - Adam Sturtz -Allan A. Gaumer - Jacob C. FrankWilloughby Gaumer

 

 

Philippine Insurrection/Spanish American (1):

Albert H. Herrington - San Francisco
National Cemetery -
Courtesy Carol Farrant

 

 

World War I (14):

           

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

         

Above, L-R: Elvis Owen Pollard (courtesy Chad Kendell) - Raymond G. White - Leland L. Ream (courtesy Marijke Taffein).
 
Above L-R: Dr. William Roy Ream (Courtesy "Shiver" - Find-a-Grave) - Raleigh Emerson Hall- Charles Walter Smith.
 
Above, L-R: William Alvin "Elborn" Mongold - Capt. Samuel Soyster Crouse (Courtesy Robert Sage) - No known photo: Horace Gibson - Harold Peverill - Floyd Duffield -

 

 

World War II (32):

      

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

L-R: Sylvester Leo Everhart Sr. (Courtesy S.L. Everhart Jr.) -
Oscar R. Jordan and Robert Tharp (Both courtesy Edward W. Evans)

L-R: Robert William Eckert, Arlington National Cemetery - Robert E. Holdsworth, Punxsutawney, PA. Courtesy Marianne Fisher.- Leroy Eugene Hotchkiss, Epinal American Cemetery, France. Courtesy Dwight Anderson.

L-R: Harold "Frank" Rodeheaver, Uniontown, PA - Edward L. Gomer, Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Liège, Belgium. Courtesy Des Philippet, The Netherlands

L-R: Orville Turney, Connellsville, PA - Thomas Glenn Burnworth, Confluence, PA

 
William T. Beal, Courts of the Missing, Honolulu (courtesy Sherry Staley Harysch)
 
No known images of these World War II casualties: Jack Barr - Alan Durham Carroll - Amos Bartholomew "A.B." Clark - Raymond W. Colflesh -  Garfield Gerald Gaumer - Lloyd Frederick Harbaugh Jr. - Jack Jennings - Blair E. Miller - Oliver Wendell Minard - Kenneth YoungEdsel Stuckman - LeRoy S. Stengel - James H. Meitzler.

 

 

Korea (9):

                   

L-R: William H. DickinsonDale Lee Foster -
John Edward Sheets
(courtesy Find-a-Grave)

Above: Minor Fay White, Wichita, KS. Other casualties: Robert Lee Van Horn. No known grave: Charles E. Kuhns, Connellsville, PA.

 

 

Vietnam (3):

     

 

 

Peacetime - 1984 (1):

 

 

Iraq War (1):

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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