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This index has been compiled by Missy Derrenberger.  If you have questions, comments, corrections or additions, please contact her at missy44903@gmail.com.


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ANC - Ancestry.com

DC - Death Certificate

GR - Graves Registration Card at Courthouse
(Auditor's office)

IR - Interment Record from cemetery office

MMO / MM - Military Men of Ohio - WWI

OB - Obituary

WWI - World War I

WWII - World War II

SSI - Social Security Index

OL - Ohio Liberal Newspaper

OSP - Ohio Soldiers Spanish American War

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VAR: Veterans Administration Record

YAP - Young American Patriots

SP-AM - Spanish American War

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MNJ - Mansfield News Journal (newspaper)

WD - War Department (deaths)


Abair, Frederick Anthony, Rev., Sacred Heart/Bethlehem Cemetery, Shelby Settlement, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 07 Sep 1893 in Toledo, OH, d. 27 Apr 1954 in Shelby, OH, bu. 30 Apr 1954, a veteran of the US Army serving on the Italian Front, MMO Name: Fred A. Abair, Serial Number: 2427851, Race: W, Residence: Toledo, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army LB 1, Enlistment Location: Toledo, OH, Enlistment Date: 02 Apr 1918, Birth Place: Toledo, OH, Birth Date/Age: 24 7/12 Years, Assigns Comment: 30 Co 8 Training Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 21 Apr 1918; Co F 332 Infantry to 12 May 1918; Machine Gun Company 332 Infantry to Discharge Private Vittorio-Veneto; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 8 June 1918 to 18 Apr 1919. honorable discharge 5 May 1919. Volume #: 1

Abbott, Charles E., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 23 Mar 1914 in New London, OH, d. 06 Feb 1991 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Navy, serving from Feb 28, 1944 to Feb 06, 1946

Abbott, Nelson, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/TS: b. 23 June 1840 in MI, d. 07 Apr 1899 in Mansfield, OH, Army, Private, Co. C, 1st Mich. Regt., CW Name: Nelson Abbott, Enlistment Date: 24 April 1861, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Michigan Unit Numbers: 1094 1094, Service Record: Enlisted as a Musician on 24 April 1861 at the age of 20, Enlisted in Company C, 1st Infantry Regiment Michigan on 01 May 1861. Mustered out Company C, 1st Infantry Regiment Michigan on 07 August 1861 in Detroit, MI

Abbott, Squire Lets, Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH CW: GR/DC: b. 17 Nov 1836 in Huron County, OH, d. 56 May 1918 in Plymouth, OH, bu. 08 May 1918, served as Army Private, Co. G, 101st Regt OVI, Aug 07, 1862 to Jun 09, 1865, CW Name: Squire Abbott, Enlistment Date: 07 August 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1722 1722, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 07 August 1862 at the age of 25, Enlisted in Company G, 1utu701st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 30 August 1862, POW on 31 December 1862 at Stones River, TN (Paroled), Mustered out Company G, 101st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 09 June 1865 in Columbus, OH

Abbott, William Jennings, Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWI, GR/TS/OB: b. 21 Aug 1895 in OH, a former Shelby resident, d. 27 Nov 1984 in the Aristocrat nursing home in Lakewood, OH, bu. 30 Nov 1984, a veteran of the US Army

Abel, Donald J., Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA, Peacetime Vet., SSI: b. 27 Aug 1934, a resident of Richland County, d. 04 Jul 1981 in Willard, OH

Aberts, Carl Leslie, Caesarea Cemetery, Washington Township, Richland County, OH, Peacetime Vet, OB: b. 30 Sep 1937 in Wellston, OH, d. 21 Sep 1992 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 24 Sep 1992, a veteran of the Ohio National Guard

Abrams, Lonnie, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 8 Apr 1929 in Carter County, KY, d. 10 Jun 1996 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 13 Jun 1996, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Jul 05, 1951 to Jul 04, 1953

Abrams, Robert James, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/DC: b. 03 May 1923 in Rochester, MN, d. 3 Jan 1950 in Mansfield of smoke inhalation and burns, bu. 06 Jan 1950, Seaman 2nd Class, a veteran of the US Navy, enlisted Jun 11, 1943, honorably discharged Nov 26, 1943, ratings as (SV) V6, 32c (SV) V6

Abrams, Wilmer D., Dr., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 13 Nov 1891 in Ebensburg, PA, d. 21 Apr 1954 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 24 Apr 1954, a veteran of the US Army, he also served as medical advisor to the Richland County’s three draft boards in World War II 

Achamire, Tillford Wayne, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 30 Dec 1912 in Chandlerville, IL, living in the Mansfield area since 1936, d. 10 Jul 1981 at home in Mansfield, OH, bu. 13 Jul 1981, a veteran of the US Army, honorably discharged Jan 19, 1946 

Ackerman, Albert A., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 29 May 1877 in Mansfield, OH, d. 28 Oct 1929 at the Government Hospital in IL, bu. 31 Oct 1929, Private, US Army, WWI, May 11, 1918 to Mar. 18, 1919, Serial #442901, Army, Pvt. Co. A, 62 R.T.C., MMO: Name: Albert A. Ackerman, Serial Number: 442901, Race: W, Residence: 718 S. 3 St., Columbus, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Columbus Barracks, OH., Enlistment Date: 11 May 1918, Birth Place: Mansfield, OH, Birth Date / Age: 39 11/12 Years Assigns Comment: 62 Engineers TC to 11 Dec 1918; 86 Co TC to; Co A 62 Railway Transport Corps to Discharge Private American Expeditionary Forces 14 July 1918 to 15 Feb 1919. honorable discharge 18 March 1919. 20 % disabled. 

Ackerman, Chester W., Jr., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, OB/IR: b. 22 Feb 1918 in Cleveland, OH, moving to Mansfield as a boy, and living in Olivesburg until six weeks ago, d. 28 Jul 1957 in Mesa, AZ, aged 39 yrs., bu. 02 Aug 1957, a veteran of the US Air Force 

Ackerman, Clarence L., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR/DC: b. Sept. 28, 1895 in Mansfield, OH, d. Mar 22, 1947 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 25 Mar 1947, veteran of the US Army, Name: Clarence L. Ackerman, Serial Number: 2474607, Race: W, Residence: 123 Temple Court, Mansfield, OH., Enlistment Division: National Army. Enlistment Location: Richland Co, OH, Enlistment Date: 25 May 1918, Birth Place: Mansfield, OH, Birth Date / Age: 28 Sept 1895, Assigns Comment: 11 Co 3 Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 12 June 1918; 5 Heavy Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop to Discharge Private First Class 10 Jan 1919; Corporal 6 Feb 1919; Sergeant of Orders 6 May 1919. American Expeditionary Forces 28 Aug 1918 to 21 July 1919.  Honorably  discharge 29 July 1919.

Ackerman, Claude L., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 17 Mar 1914 in Mansfield, OH, d. 29 Jan 1970 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 31 Jan 1970, a veteran of the Merchant Marines

Ackerman, Frederic Bowden, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/DC: b. 02 Nov 1919 in Mansfield OH, d. 25 Nov 1951 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 29 Nov 1951, Staff Sergeant, a veteran of the US Army, 82nd Quartermaster Dept, serving in the South Pacific, honorably discharged Jan 21, 1946

Ackerman, Gust Filbert, Loudonville Cemetery, Loudonville, OH, WWI, DC/OB: b. 1895 in Loudonville, OH, living in Mansfield for 20 years, d. 31 Dec 1961 in Mansfield, OH, of natural causes, body found 05 Jan 1962, bu. private, MMO:Name: Gust F. Ackerman, Serial Number: 2437196, Race: W, Residence: Loudonville, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Ashland Co, OH, Enlistment Date: 29 Apr 1918, Birth Place: Ashland, OH, Birth Date / Age: 24 4/12 Years, Assigns Comment: 38 Co 158 Depot Brigade to 7 May 1918; Co A 308 Engineers to Discharge Private American Expeditionary Forces 4 June 1918 to 25 June 1919. honorable discharge 7 July 1919. Volume #: 1

Ackerman, James Carroll, Jr., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Vietnam War, TS/IR/WD/OB: b. 29 Nov 1947, d. 22 Mar 1968 north of Hue in Vietnam, OHIO, Private First Class, Radioman, Co. B, 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry, posthumously awarded Purple Heart, recipient of Silver Star, two Purple Hearts and Army Commendation Medal. He was the 22nd Richland County soldier to die in the Vietnam War

Ackerman, John Christian, Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, CW, GR/DC: b. 25 Apr 1846 in Bruch, Germany, d. 29 Dec 1927 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 31 Dec 1927, Army, Private, Co. B 188th Regt. OVI from Feb 10, 1865 to Sep 21, 1865, CW Name: John Ackerman, Enlistment Date: 10 February 1865, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1826 1826, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 February 1865 at the age of 18, Enlisted in Company B, 188th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 March 1865. Mustered out Company B, 188th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 21 September 1865 in Nashville, TN

Ackerman, Robert Albert, II, Ridge Lawn Cemetery, Griffith, IN, WWII, OB: b. 10 Mar 1918, coming to Mansfield 9 months ago from Racine, WI, d. 31 Oct 1967 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Nov 1967, a veteran of the US Army

Ackerman, William, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/DC/OB: lived 294 W. 3rd St., Mansfield, OH. b. Dec. 29, 1837 in Esslingham, Germany, coming to America when a young man, to Ohio in 1857 and Mansfield 4 years later, d. Oct. 23, 1909 in Mansfield, OH, of Liver Disease, bu. 26 Oct 1909, Ida Ackerman, next-of-kin, service suspect, GAR emblem on grave, obit. says served 4 months in the 162nd Regt OVI, CW Name: William Ackerman, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1796 1796, Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 02 May 1864 at the age of 25, Enlisted in Company B, 162nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 20 May 1864. Mustered out Company B, 162nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 04 September 1864 in Camp Chase, OH

Ackerman, William, Grafton Military Cemetery, Grafton, WV, WWII, IR/OB: b 29 Mar 1922 in Mansfield, OH, killed 16 Sep 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt, returned soldier, bu. 02 Apr 1949, Private, a member of the US Army

Ackley, Edward, Lansing, MI, WWII, OB: b. in 1926 in Lansing, MI, a former resident of Mansfield, OH, moving from here in 1951, d. 10 Sep 1958 at his home in Flint, MI, a veteran of the US Navy, serving 18 months overseas as a radioman

Acomb, James Richard, Dr. Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 18 Sep 1917 in Butler, OH, d. 01 Oct 1979 in Palm Springs, CA, served 22 years in the Naval Reserve, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Commander

Adair, Donald R., Dr., Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 24 Aug 1920 in Lorain, OH, d. 14 Jan 1996 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 18 Jan 1996, veteran of the US Army, a Captain serving with the Veterans Administration in San Fernando, CA

Adam, John F., Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, War of 1812, GR: b. 1794, d. 1864, Army, Private served in Capt. James Downey’s Co. Aug 23, 1812 to Nov 30, 1812

Adam, Roscoe Eugene, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB/FH: b. 31 Mar 1920 in Shelby, OH, moving to Newark 18 years ago, d. 05 Jan 1980 in Newark, OH, bu. 9 Jan 1980, a veteran of the US Navy, discharged as a Lt., Jr. Grade, and a graduate of the US Merchant Marine Academy

Adamescu, Joseph J., Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 19 Oct 1921 in Mansfield, OH, d. 16 Mar 1992 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army Air Corps, he served in the 155th 2nd Air Group in the India-Burma Theatre

Adamescu, Paul N., Sr., Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 03 Mar 1918 in Mansfield, OH, d. 01 Feb 1990 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 05 Feb 1990, a veteran of the US Army from May 17, 1945 to Dec 19, 1945

Adams, Albert, “Jack”, Rusha Cemetery, Port Clinton, OH, WWI, TS/OB: b. 11 Jul 1900 in Port Clinton, OH, living in Mansfield for the past 38 years, d. 26 Feb 1970 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 28 Feb 1970, MMO: Albert C. Adams, Serial Number: 5273977, Race: W, Residence: Port Clinton, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Granville, OH, Enlistment Date: 22 Oct 1918, Birth Place: Port Clinton, OH, Birth Date / Age: 11 July 1900, Assigns Comment: Students' Army Training Corps Denison University Granville OH to Discharge Private honorable discharge 20 Dec 1918., Volume #: 1

Adams, Ambrose M., Rev., Union Hill Cemetery, Hartsell, AL, Korean War, OB: b. 10 May 1931 in Morgan Co., AL, d. 17 Aug 1987 in Shelby, OH, a veteran of the US Air Force

Adams, Andrew Eural, Adams Cemetery Shiloh, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 24 Nov 1917 in Athen, AL, living in Shelby for the past 7 years, d. 20 Mar 1976 in Shelby, OH, bu. 23 Mar 1976, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, Barney F., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, MNJ/TS: b. 28 Jul 1918 in Mansfield, OH, d. 24 Nov 1997 in Mansfield, OH, T/4, a veteran of the US Army, returned from the European Theatre in Sep 1945, honorably discharged at Camp Atterbury, IN, in Sep 1945

Adams, Billy G., Lantz Cemetery, Madison Township, Richland County, OH, Vietnam War, OB: b. 05 Nov 1939 in Mansfield, OH, d. 17 Jan 1992 in Richland County, OH, a veteran of the US Air Force and a member of the 179th Tactical Fighter Group

Adams, Clyde, Sr., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR: b. 01 Apr 1891 in Amboy, OH, d. 28 Jun 1969 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Navy, MMO:Name: Clyde Adams, Serial Number: 100-12-89, Race: W, Residence: 83 Johns Ave., Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: United States Navy, Enlistment Location: Recruiting Station Cleveland, OH, Enlistment Date: 15 Dec 1917, Birth Place: Amboy, OH, Birth Date / Age: 01 Apr 1893, Assigns Comment: Training Station Great Lakes Ill to 30 Apr 1918; Receiving ship New York to 6 May 1918; United States Ship Pastores to 11 Nov 1918. AS 48 days; Seaman, Second Class 257 days; Seaman 26 days. Honorable discharge 17 Jan 1919. Demobilization Receiving ship Philadelphia Pa. Seaman

Adams, David Cooper, Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, Korean War, GR/OB: b. 20 Dec 1932 in Shelby, OH, d. 06 Jun 1961 at the OSU Medical Center in Columbus, OH, bu. 08 Jun 1961, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, Donald B., Mount Hope Cemetery, Shiloh, OH, WWII, OB: b. 21 Aug 1927 in Stockdale, OH, d. 08 Dec 1990 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, Earl P., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Vietnam War, GR/TS/OB: b. 13 Jan 1944 in Martin County, KY, d. 28 Mar 2000 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Apr 2000, a veteran of the US Air Force

Adams, Emit Edgar, Grand Prairie Cemetery, Brush Ridge, OH, WWI, TS/OB/DC: b. 02 Mar 1898 in Nachidoches County, TX, living in the Richland County area for 30 years, d. 21 Mar 1949 in Weller Township, Richland County, bu. 23 Mar 1949, a veteran of the US Army, serving with the 42nd Rainbow Division

Adams, Evan Morris, Hilltop Community Cemetery, Washington Township, Richland County, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 18 Dec 1922 in Chicago, IL, d. 09 May 1998 at home in Mount Vernon, OH, Lt. J G, served in the US Navy Sep 08, 1942 to Oct 23, 1945, as a carrier based fighter pilot, serving with Air Group 23 in the Pacific Theatre. He earned the decorations of Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and Presidential Unit Commendation. He moved to Richland County in 1985 and moved to Mount Vernon in November of 1996

Adams, Frank A., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR: b. 10 Jan 1897 in Mansfield, OH, d. 30 Aug 1962 in Richland County, OH, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Name: Frank A. Adams, Serial Number: 1522907, Race: W, Residence: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: National Guard, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 05 Jun 1917, Birth Place: Mansfield, OH, Birth Date / Age: 20 5/12 Years, Assigns Comment: Co M 8 Infantry ONG Co M 146 Infantry to Discharge Private First Class 1 Nov 1917; Corporal 15 Jan 1918; Sergeant 3 June 1918. Ypres-Lys; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 15 June 1918 to 31 March 1919. Honorable discharge 13 Apr 1919.

Adams, George C., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 06 Aug 1924 in Shelby, OH, a life resident, d. 28 Jul 1979 in Shelby, OH, bu. 31 Jul 1979, a veteran of the US Navy serving aboard the “USS Helena

Adams, Henry Allen, Cremated, Unknown, Peacetime, GR: b. 13 Nov 1929 in Chicago, IL, d. 6 Mar 1997 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Dec, 1953 to Dec, 1955, honorably discharged [ck Grace Episcopal]

Adams, Henry H., Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, CW, GR/TS: b. 1829 [1830], d. 1916, US Army, Com Sergeant, 43rd Regt OVI Field & Staff, served from Oct 05, 1861 to Jul 05, 1865, CW Name: Henry H Adams, Enlistment Date: 05 October 1861, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1873 1873, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 05 October 1861 at the age of 32, Enlisted in Company F, 43rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 05 October 1861. Transferred on 30 June 1862 from company F to company S, Promoted to Full Comm? Sergeant on 30 June 1862, Mustered out Company F, 43rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 05 July 1865 in Camp Dennison, OH

Adams, Isaac, Bodley-Adam-Dix Cemetery, Cass Township, Richland County, OH, CW, GR/DC: b. 19 Feb 1843 in OH, d. 22 Jun 1917 in Cass Township, Richland County, OH, bu. 25 Jun 1917, Private, US Army, Co A, 20th Regt OVI from Oct 08, 1862 to Jul, 13 1863, CW Name: Isaac Adams, Enlistment Date: 08 October 1862, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1844 1844, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 08 October 1862 at the age of 19, Enlisted in Company A, 20th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 08 October 1862. Mustered out Company A, 20th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 13 July 1863

Adams, Jacob, Bodley-Adam-Dix Cemetery, Cass Township, Richland County, OH, CW, GR/DC: b. 19 Sep 1839 in Cumberland County, PA, d. 26 Dec 1915 in Chicago Junction, Huron County, OH, bu. 27 Dec 1915, Private, US Army, Co. A, 20th Regt. OVI from Oct 08, 1862 to Jul 13, 1863, CW Name: Jacob Adams, Enlistment Date: 08 October 1862, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1844 1844, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 08 October 1862 at the age of 23, Enlisted in Company A, 20th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 08 October 1862. Mustered out Company A, 20th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 13 July 1863 (DC says buried Black Hawk Cemetery, Richland County, OH, signed by bro. Isaac)

Adams, Jesse Frank, Paris Cemetery, Paris, KY, Korean War, OB: b. 19 Mar 1929 in Knott County, KY, living in Mansfield the past 3 years, d. 29 Feb 1968 in Mansfield, bu. 04 Mar 1968, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, John Albert, “Honest John”, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, TS/GR/OB: b. 04 Jul 1925 in Port Clinton, OH, moving to the area in 1937, d. 15 Oct 1997 in Crawford County, OH, Y2, a veteran of the US Navy from Jun 15, 1942 to May 28, 1946, Recipient of a Purple Heart

Adams, John D., Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 11 Sep 1905 in Livingston, KY, living in Shelby for 59 years, d. 04 Jun 1981 in Shelby, OH, bu. 08 June 1981, Sergeant, a veteran of the US Army, serving in the European Theatre, honorably discharged at Indiantown Gap, PA, on Oct 13, 1945

Adams, John E., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 10 Nov 1922 in Richland County, OH, current living in Louisville, KY, d. 10 Aug 1972 in Mansfield, OH, while visiting relatives, bu. 12 Aug 1972, a veteran of the US Navy               

Adams, John F., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, CW, GR: b. 19 Jun 1841 in Bellville, OH, d. 16 May 1878 in Bellville, OH, Army, Private, Co. D, 1st OV Lt Art., from Aug 14, 1862 to Jun 10, 1865, CW Name: John F Adams, Enlistment Date: 14 August 1862, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1983 1983, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 14 August 1862 at the age of 21, Enlisted in Company Batty D, 1st Light Artillery Regiment Ohio on 14 August 1862. Mustered out Company Batty D, 1st Light Artillery Regiment Ohio on 10 June 1865 in Greensboro, NC

Adams, Joseph, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/IR: d. 25 Jan 1903 in Mansfield of blood poisoning, aged 78 years: Army, Co. I, 25th Regt, Iowa, CW Name: Joseph Adams, Residence: Crawfordsville, Iowa Enlistment Date: 20 August 1862, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Iowa Unit Numbers: 199 199, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 August 1862 at the age of 36, Enlisted in Company I, 25th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 29 August 1862. Wounded on 27 November 1863 at Ringgold, GA, Mustered out Company I, 25th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 11 May 1865

Adams, Lloyd William, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS: b. 10 Apr 1906 in Shelby, OH, d. 04 Sep 1973 in Shelby, OH, bu. 07 Sep 1973, OHIO, Bkr1, a veteran of the US Navy

Adams, Oliver B., Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 14 Dec 1895 in St. Louis, MO, coming to Mansfield in 1931, d. 27 Sep 1965 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 30 Sep 1965, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, Philip, Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, CW, GR: b. 14 Jan 1829, d. 11 Dec 1906, served in the US Army, Private, Co. D, 163rd Regt. OVI from May 02, 1864 to Sep 10, 1864, CW Name: Philip Adams, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1797 1797, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1864 at the age of 34, Enlisted in Company D, 163rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 12 May 1864. Mustered out Company D, 163rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 10 September 1864 in Camp Chase, OH

Adams, Richard D.,  Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Peacetime Vet. GR: b. 27 Mar 1937 in OH, d. 11 Apr 1989 in Mansfield, OH, served in the US Army

Adams, Robert Lee, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 05 Jun 1932 in Lexington, KY, d. 04 Mar 1991 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army, he was a lieutenant in the Signal Corps

Adams, Robert Umfleet, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Vietnam War, TS/DC: b. 12 Dec 1944 in Mansfield, OH, d. 22 Apr 1997 in Mansfield, OH, AN, a veteran of the US Navy

Adams, Ross Miller, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 18 Nov 1912 in Shelby, OH, living here most of his life, d. 23 Oct 2000 at home in Port Charlotte, FL, bu. 27 Oct 2000, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, Virgil, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 28 Dec 1918 in Paintsville, KY, living in Shelby over 40 years, d. 28 Nov 1985 in Shelby, OH, bu. 02 Dec 1985, veteran of the US Army

Adams, William A., Rome Presbyterian Cemetery, Rome. OH, WWII & Korean War, GR/OB: b. 21 Mar 1929 in Willard, OH, d. 04 Aug 1995 in Greenwich, OH, bu. 07 Aug 1995, a veteran of the US Army, stationed in Japan from 1946 to 1948 and in the US Navy from 1949 to 1951, stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 1st enlistment Apr 22, 1946 to Sep 19, 1947, honorably discharged

Adams, William Clifford, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. Aug 10, 1914 in Mansfield, OH, a lifelong resident, d. 07 Jul 1970 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 09 Jul 1970, a veteran of the US Army

Adams, William Hiner, Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, CW: GR/DC: b. 14 Jan 1844 in OH, d. 25 May 1916 in Plymouth Township, Richland County, OH, bu. 28 May 1916, Army, Private, Co. B, 83rd Regt OVI from Aug 31, 1864 to Jul 24, 1865, CW Name: William H Adams, Enlistment Date: 31 August 1864, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1878 1878, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 31 August 1864 at the age of 20, Enlisted in Company B, 48th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 31 August 1864. Transferred Company B, 48th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 17 January 1865, Transferred in Company B, 83rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 17 January 1865.

Adcock, Cecil Albert, Oak Grove Memorial Park, Lexington, OH, WWII & Korean, GR/TS/OB: b. 01 May 1917 in Morrow County, d. 11 Feb 1999 at home in Mt. Gilead, OH, bu. 15 Feb 1999, Chief Warrant Officer, served in the US Navy from Nov 02, 1943 to Dec 18, 1961, a total of 27 years, retiring in 1962

Addlesperger, Robert Earl, Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 01 Dec 1916 in Lexington, OH, d. 05 Apr 1988 in Mansfield, OH, Corporal, a veteran of the US Army, he served four years with the 37th Ohio Division in the Asian Pacific Theatre

Adie, James Lang, Monroe Cemetery, Cleveland, OH, WWI, OB/DC: b. 19 Mar 1893 in Cleveland, OH, living in Shelby for the past three years, d. 28 Nov 1950 in Shelby, OH, bu. 01 Dec 1950, a veteran of the US Marine Corps, Co. K, 5th Regiment, MMO: Name: James Lang Adie, Serial Number: 150717, Race: W, Residence: Cleveland, OH, Enlistment Division: United States Marine Corps, Enlistment Location: Cleveland, OH, Enlistment Date: 27 Apr 1918, Birth Place: Cleveland, OH, Birth Date / Age: 19 March 1892, Assigns Comment: Parris Island Summary Court 22 Apr 1918; France 13 July 1918; 20 Co 3 Aug 1918; Quantico Va 9 Aug 1919. St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 13 July 1918 to 25 July 1919. Discharge 13 Aug 1919. Character excellent File no 113596

Adkins, Alfred, Gillom Cemetery, Olive Hill, KY, WWI, OB: b. 12 Sep 1894 Magoffin Co., KY, a resident of Shelby for 13 years, moving here from Mansfield, d. 03 Mar 1973 in Shelby, OH, served with the US Army Artillery in Europe

Adkins, Charles E., Sr., Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWII, OB: b. 23 Aug 1919 in Floyd County, KY, residing in this area for 52 years, coming from Boone County, WV, d. 16 Jul 1995 at home in Crestline, OH, bu. 19 Jul 1995, a veteran of the US Army

Adkins, Clyde Douglas, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Vietnam War, OB/DC: b. 03 Mar 1948 in Prestonburg, KY, d. 04 Jun 1970 in Mansfield, OH, a murder-suicide, bu. 08 Jun 1970, a veteran of the US Army

Adkins, Earl Forest, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 12 Nov 1924 in Sandy Hook, KY, living in Mansfield for the past 34 years, d. 31 Mar 1980 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Adkins, James M., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, TS/GR/OB: b. 15 Aug 1921 in Olive Hill, KY, moving to Mansfield in 1945, d. 20 Nov 1984 at home in Richland County, bu. 24 Nov 1984, Private, a veteran of the US Army

Adkins, James P., Washington, IN, WWI, OB: b. in Rardan, IL, living in Shelby over 26 years, d. 22 Mar 1969 in Clearwater, FL, bu. 26 Mar 1969, a veteran of the Army Signal Corps

Adkins, Merval Junior, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 08 Jun 1920 in Redwine, KY, d. 06 Jul 1977 in Shelby, OH, bu. 09 Jul 2007, a veteran of the US Army

Adkins, Otis, Bunker Hill Cemetery, Butler, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 05 Jan 1922 in Morehead, KY, d. 26 Sep 1995 in the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Wade Park, Cuyahoga County, OH, bu. 29 Sep 1995, a veteran of the US Army from Jan 20, 1943 to Dec 31, 1945, he served in the European, African and Middle Eastern theatres, honorably discharged

Adkins, Sebert, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War, OB: b. 02 May 1930 in Pigeon, Roane Co, WV, d. 23 Oct 1998 in Charleston WV, a veteran of the US Army

Adkinson, Lincoln W., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War TS/OB/IR: b. 14 Jan 1933 in Mansfield, OH, d. 08 Aug 1987 in Saginaw MI, bu. 15 Aug 1987, retired from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base at Dayton and was a veteran of the US Air Force during the Korean war

Ady, George W., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 15 Jan 1890 in Cameron, OH, living in Mansfield the past 35 years, d. 16 Aug 1965 in Richland County, bu. 19 Aug 1965, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Name: George W. Ady, Serial Number: 3374928, Race: W, Residence: R. F. D. 8, Bridgeville, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Zanesville, OH, Enlistment Date: 09 Aug 1918, Birth Place: Cameron, OH, Birth Date / Age: 15 Feb 1889, Assigns Comment: Ambulance Company 236 9 Sanitary Train to 22 Aug 1918; Co K 67 Infantry to Discharge Private honorable discharge 8 Feb 1919

Ady, Harold Walton, Rev., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 13 Nov 1920 in Monroe County, near Barnesville, OH, a resident of Mansfield for 27 years, d. 14 Oct 1954 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 16 Oct 1954, a veteran of the US Navy, serving as a gunner on a troop ship, honorably discharged Oct 20, 1945 at Great Lakes, IL

 

Ady, Lewis John, Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWI, TS/OB: b. 22 Dec 1890 in Cameron, OH, a former resident of Crestline, d. 04 Nov 1976 in Lexington, KY, bu. 07 Nov 1976, he retired from the US Marine Corps after 30 years’ service, MMO Name: Lewis John Ady, Serial Number: 119166, Race: W, Residence: Cameron, OH, Enlistment Division: United States Marine Corps, Enlistment Location: Boston, Mass. Enlistment Date: 7 Dec 1916, Assigns Comment: Barracks Detachment Philadelphia Pa 6 Apr 1917; Supply Company 5 Regiment 7 June 1917; France 3 July 1917; Quantico Va 9 Aug 1919; 5 Reserve Casual Company 10 Aug 1919; Philadelphia Pa Co A Navy Yard Guard 25 Sept 1919; Receiving Ship 1 Oct 1919; Receiving Ship Philadelphia Pa 10 Nov 1919; Co D 16 Regiment 10 May 1920; United States Ship Henderson 12 May 1920; Barracks Detachment Quantico Va 7 July 1920; Headquarters 5 Regiment Quantico Va 8 July 1920; Barracks Detachment 11 July 1920; Navy Bdg Guard Headquarters United States Marine Corps 14 July 1920. Aisne; Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 3 July 1917 to 25 July 1919. Discharge 6 Dec 1920. Character excellent Army of Occupation. Awarded or Award Croix de guerre with Bronze Star. General Order 64 Fourragere. Prior Service 4 Years United States Marine Corps File no 171689. Enlistment Date 1: 6 Dec 1912 Branch 2: UNK Enlistment Date 2: 6 Apr 1917, Release Date 2: 5 Dec 1916 Volume #: 22

Ahearn, William, Mount Calvary Cemetery, Mt. Vernon, OH, WWI, OB: b. 30 Mar 1900 in Grove City, PA, d. 09 Nov 1970 in Mansfield. Private, a member of the Student Army Training Corps, He was the recipient of an award from the Federal Government for having designed and created a war memorial in commemoration of the veterans of which stands today in Grove City, PA

Ahlers, James A., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 02 Aug 1928 in Lockland, OH, living in Mansfield the past 19 years, d. 12 May 1976 at home in Richland County, OH, bu. 14 May 1976, a veteran of the Army Air Force

Ahlheim, George, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/HD/IR/DC: aka George Alheim, b. 17 Aug 1845 in Quenheim, Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, d. 06 Aug 1918 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 08 Aug 1918, Army, Musician, Co. E, 107th Regt, OVI, enlisted Aug 2, 1862, discharged Jul 10, 1865, CW Name: George Ahlheim, Enlistment Date: 02 August 1862, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1728 1728, Service Record: Enlisted as a Musician on 02 August 1862 at the age of 18, Enlisted in Company E, 107th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 09 September 1862. Mustered out Company E, 107th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 10 July 1865 in Charleston, OH

Aikens, Charles, Adario Cemetery, Adario, OH, WWI, GR: b. 13 May 1887 in Atichson Co., MO, a resident of Monroe, WA, d. 08 Apr 1956 in Adario, OH, while visiting his niece, bu. 10 Apr 1956, a veteran of the US Army, he served for 8 years prior to WWI, MMO: Name: Charles Aikens, Serial Number: 419302, Race: W, Residence: 211 W. Thornton, Akron, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Fort Thomas, KY, Enlistment Date: 10 May 1918, Birth Place: Atichson Co, MO, Birth Date / Age: 13 May 1887, Assigns Comment: Headquarters Company 54 Infantry to Discharge Corporal 3 July 1918. Meuse-Argonne; Defensive-Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 6 May 1918 to 10 June 1919. honorably discharged 18 June 1919.

Airhart, Charles E., Mt. Zion Cemetery, Lucas, OH, Spanish American War, GR/TS/OB/DC: b. 21 Apr 1872 in Polk, OH, residing in Lucas, OH, d. 13 May 1943 in Brecksville Veterans Administration Hospital, bu. 16 May 1943, a veteran of the US Army. He saw active service in Cuba following his enlistment in April of 1898. OSP, Airhart Charles E Unit: Eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company: Company H - Shreve, Rank: Q. M. Sergeant, Residence: Shreve, Age: 26

Akerman, Robert “Doug”, Friendship Cemetery, Mount Gilead, OH, Vietnam War, OB: b. 09 Aug 1951 in Ashland, OH, d. 07 Oct 1995 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 11 Oct 1995, a veteran of the US Air Force

Akers, Arthur A., “Red”, Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 21 Jul 1922 in Crawford County, OH, d. 06 Sep 1974 in Galion Community Hospital, Galion, OH, bu. 09 Sep 1974, a veteran of the US Army

Akers, Hubert V., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 27 Sep 1922 in Banner, KY, living in Plymouth for the past 30 years, d. 20 Aug 1989 in Mercy Hospital, Willard, OH, bu. 23 Aug 1989, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army

Akers, Jay Homer, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 05 Mar 1925 in Prichard, WV, d. 17 Dec 1993 in Winter Park, FL, bu. 20 Dec 1993, a veteran of the US Army, honorably discharged

Akers, Walter E., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 27 Jan 1926 near Tiro, OH, a resident of Shelby, d. 29 Nov 1979 in Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, bu. 03 Dec 1979, a veteran of the Armed Froces

Akins, James Emory, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR: b. 17 Feb 1904, d. 17 May 1974 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 20 May 1974, served in the US Army

Akins, Stuart E., Fairview Cemetery, Galion, OH, Korean War, TS/OB: b. 30 Jul 1932 in Nashville, OH, a former Mansfield resident, d. 24 Sep 1974 at his home in Galion, OH, a veteran of the US Marine Corps

Alacca, Samuel Anthony, “Sam”, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 01 Dec 1914 in Mansfield, OH, a lifetime resident, d. 09 Jan 1975 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 11 Jan 1975, a veteran of the US Army

Alban, Harold Guy, Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery, Sandusky, OH, WWI, TS/OB: b. 28 Aug 1877 in Harford, OH, a former resident of Mansfield, d. 24 Jan 1956 at the Crile Veterans Hospital in Cleveland, OH, bu. 28 Jan 1956, a veteran of the US Army

Albers, Herman S., Hulls Cemetery, Gifford, IL, WWII, OB: b. 13 Jul 1921, d. 30 Jan 1967 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Feb 1967, a veteran of the US Army

Albers, Horace, Huntington, WV, WWII, OB: b. 17 Feb 1913 in Sidney, OH, moving to Mansfield in 1924, a longtime resident, moving to Florida on retirement, d. 08 Jan 1984 in Fort Myers, FL, bu. 12 Jan 1984, a veteran of the US Army

Albers, John J., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII & Korean War, TS: b. 25 Sep 1925, d. 31 Oct 1987 in Mansfield, OH, First Lieutenant, a veteran of the US Air Force

Albers, Louis E., Cremated, WWII, DC/OB: b. 14 Oct 1916 in East Canton, Stark County, OH, living in this area 19 years, d. 07 Dec 1984 at home in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Air Force, enlisted Jan 29, 1941 in Cleveland, OH

Albers, Robert Tom, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Vietnam War, GR/TS/OB: b. 23 May 1947 in Mansfield, OH, a lifelong area resident, d. 26 Jan 1981 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 29 Jan 1981, a veteran of the US Air Force

Albert, Alfred, LaRue Cemetery, LaRue, OH, WWI, OB/DC: b. 18 Oct 1896 in LaRue, OH, d. 15 Jul 1960 in Mansfield, OH, served with the Rainbow Division in France, MMO: Name: Alfred Albert, Serial Number: 3535380, Race: W, Residence: Larue, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Marion, OH, Enlistment Date: 25 Jul 1918, Birth Place: Larue, OH, Birth Date / Age: 15 Oct 1893, Assigns Comment: 30 Co 8 Training Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 19 Aug 1918; Co H 335 Infantry to 7 Oct 1918; Co B 26 Infantry to Discharge Private Meuse-Argonne. American Expeditionary Forces 3 Oct 1918 to 14 Feb 1919. honorable discharge 7 March 1919.

Albert, Charles Ray, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS: b. 18 Oct 1926 in Marion, OH, d. 25 Dec 1997 in Richland County, OH, MS 3, a veteran of the US Navy from Nov 17, 1944 to Jul 03, 1946

Albert, Donald Leroy, Rev, Oakland Cemetery Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 17 Dec 1925 in Youngstown, OH, d. 3 Sep 1990 in Shelby, OH, a veteran of the US Air Force, serving from Feb 08, 1944 to Feb 08, 1946, he was a Staff Sergeant with the 2nd Air Division 458th Ace Bombardment Group

Albert, Harless V., Colonial Memorial Gardens, Lexington, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 09 Apr 1920 in Lodi, OH, d. 30 Jan 1991 in Mt. Vernon, OH, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army serving from Jan 16, 1945 to Jan 12, 1946

Albert, Paul J., “X”. Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery, Shelby, OH, Korean War, TS/OB: b. 20 Aug 1929 in Shelby, OH, d. 19 Nov 1987 in Marquette, MI, bu. 23 Nov 1987, a US veteran

Albrecht, Charles Curtis, New Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Olivesburg, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 08 Dec 1929 in Mansfield, OH, living here all his life, d. 30 Oct 1997 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Nov 1997, a veteran of the US Army

Albrecht, Everett Henry, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR: b. 27 Oct 1896 in Chicago, IL, d. 09 Feb 1964 in Mansfield, OH, served in the US Army MMO: Name: Everett H. Albrecht, Serial Number: 3905956, Race: W, Residence: 146 24th St., Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 26 Aug 1918, Birth Place: Chicago, IL, Birth Date / Age: 27 Oct 1896,Assigns Comment: 59 Co 15 Training Battalion 159 Depot Brigade to 23 Oct 1918; 6 Training Battalion 23 Co 159 Depot Brigade to 22 Nov 1918; 23 Co 2 Battalion 159 Depot Brigade to Discharge Private honorable discharge 10 Dec 1918.

Albright, Floyd, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, Richland Countian killed in WWII, according to the Ohio Governor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs, TS/IR/OB: b. 21 April 1914 in Crestline, OH, d. 14 Apr 1945 near Picayune, MS, Corporal, member of the Military Police battalion of the Prisoner of War camp at Picayune, Mississippi, entered the service Jul 10, 1943, died following automobile accident outside Picayune, MS

Albright, Frederick C., St. Joseph Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWI, GR/TS/OB: b. 11 Apr 1893 in Crestline, OH, d. 13 Mar 1959 in at home in Crestline, OH, bu. 16 Mar 1959, OHIO, Pvt, Co. C, 87th Engineers, US Army, MMO Name: Frederick C. Albright, Serial Number: 2932890, Race: W,Residence: 312 South St., Crestline, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Bucyrus, OH, Enlistment Date: 27 Jun 1918, Birth Place: Crestline, OH, Birth Date / Age: 11 Apr 1893, Assigns Comment: 15 Co 4 Training Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 19 July 1918; Machine Gun Company 335 Infantry to 31 July 1918; 4 Provisional Battalion Engineers Military Police to 31 Oct 1918; Co C 87 Engineers to Discharge Private honorable discharge 6 Dec 1918. Volume #: 1

Albright, Henry, Shenandoah Cemetery, Shenandoah, OH, CW, GR/TS: b. 02 Apr 1847, d. 16 Aug 1934, served in the US Army, Private, Co. B, 102nd Regt OVI Aug 15, 1862 to Jun 30, 1865, CW Name: Henry Albright, Enlistment Date: 15 August 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1723 1723, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 15 August 1862 at the age of 18, Enlisted in Company B, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 06 September 1862. Mustered out Company B, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 30 June 1865 in Nashville, TN

Albright, Henry Andrew, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, Peacetime Vet, GR/TS: b. 23 Oct 1935 in Richland County, OH, a resident of Willard, d. 31 Aug 1997 in Toledo, OH, bu. 04 Sep 1997, enlisted in the US Coast Guard Aug 31, 1955

Albright, John Franklin, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 21 Oct 1928 in Bucyrus, OH, d. 05 July 1992 in Shelby, OH, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Feb 08, 1950 to Jun 26, 1953

Albright, Kenneth W., Colonial Memorial Gardens, Lexington, OH, GR/TS: b. 10 Mar 1926 in OH, d. 01 Aug 1979 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 04 Aug 1979, a veteran of the US Army

Albright, William G., St. Joseph Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWI, GR/TS/DC : b. 14 Oct 1896 in Crestline, OH, d. 01 Feb 1953 in Crestline, OH, bu. 04 Feb 1953, Private, Co. M, 3rd Battalion, 1st Gas Regiment, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Name: William G. Albright, Serial Number: 3546029, Race: W, Residence: 312 South St., Crestline, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Bucyrus, OH, Enlistment Date: 27 Aug 1918, Birth Place: Crestline, OH, Birth Date / Age: 14 Oct 1896 Assigns Comment: 15 Co 4 Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 23 Oct 1918; Co H 3 Battalion 1 Gas Regiment to Discharge Private honorable discharge 15 Dec 1918.

Alcock, Joseph, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/TS: b. 1839, d. 26 Oct 1864, enlisted May 2, 1864, Army, Private Co. A, 163rd Regt. OVI, CW Name: Joseph Alcock, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1797, Service Record: Absent, sick, Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1864 at the age of 25, Enlisted in Company A, 163rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 12 May 1864

Aldrich, Wayne E., Lakeview Cemetery, Kendallville, IN, WWII, OB: b. 07 Mar 1917 in Indianapolis, IN, living in Mansfield for the past 4 years, d. 28 Feb 1977 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Mar 1977, a veteran of the US Navy

Aldridge, Samuel, St. John’s Cemetery, Lucas, OH, CW, GR: b. 1837, d. 02 May 1863, Private, US Army, Co. G, 65th Regt. OVI from Oct 10, 1861 to Jun 28, 1862, CW Name: Samuel Aldridge, Enlistment Date: 10 October 1861, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1902 1902, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 October 1861 at the age of 24, Enlisted in Company G, 65th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 10 October 1861. Received a disability discharge Company G, 65th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 28 June 1862 in Camp Chase, OH

Alexander, Albert A., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, CW, GR: b. 28 Feb 1847, d. 13 Aug 1876, Army, Private, Co. C, 142nd Regt OVI from May 02, 1864 to Sep 02, 1864, CW Name: Albert Alexander, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1772 1772, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1864 at the age of 18, Enlisted in Company C, 142nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 May 1864. Mustered out Company C, 142nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 September 1864 in Camp Chase, OH

Alexander, Carl Alvin. Sr., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, TS/DC/OB: b. 29 Jul 1922 in Richland Co, OH, d. 22 Apr 1998 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army Air Force, serving in the European Theatre of Operations

Alexander, Charles L., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 25 Dec 1918 in Corning, OH, moving to Mansfield in 1945, d. 01 Jan 1978 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 12 Jan 1978, Private, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, Ernest Earl, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 05 Sep 1921 in Anderson, IN, living in Mansfield most of his life, d. 22 Sep 1985 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 25 Sep 1985, a veteran of the US Army, serving in the European Theatre

Alexander, George Call, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWI, GR/TS b. 03 Feb 1890 in Indiana County, PA, d. 29 Jan 1976 in Crestline, OH, bu. 31 Jan 1976, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: George C. Alexander, Serial Number: 1845764, Race: W, Residence: R. F. D. 4, Blairsville, PA., Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Indiana, Pa., Enlistment Date: 07 Oct 1917, Birth Place: Indiana Co, Pa., Birth Date / Age: 27 8/12 Years, Assigns Comment: 53 Co 14 Training Battalion Cp Lee Va Depot Brigade to 26 Oct 1917; Medical Department Base Hospital Cp Lee Va to Discharge Private First Class 10 May 1918; Private 17 Jan 1919. honorable discharge 18 March 1919. Volume #: 23

Alexander, Henry Thomas, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 14 May 1925 in Olive Hill, KY, d. 08 May 1996 in Columbus, OH, bu. 10 May 1996, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, Jack R., Walnut Grove Cemetery, Columbus, OH, WWII, OB: b. 19 Dec 1924 in Butler, OH, a former resident of Mansfield, d. 17 Jul 1978 at his home in Columbus, OH, bu. 22 Jul 1978, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, James C., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWI, TS/OB: b. 19 May 1894 in Johnstown PA, d. 04 Jun 1976 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 07 Jun 1976, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army National Guard

Alexander, James O., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR: b. 30 May 1839 in PA, d. 14 Jan 1887 in Mansfield, OH, of Kidney Disease, Army, Private, Co. E, 21st Regt PA Cavalry, CW Name: James O Alexander, Enlistment Date: 11 February 1864, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Pennsylvania, Unit Numbers: 2024 2024, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 February 1864, Enlisted in Company E, 21st Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 11 February 1864. Discharged Company E, 21st Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 18 July 1865

Alexander, Joseph A., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, Peacetime Vet, GR/TS/OB: b. 17 Oct 1937 in Plymouth, OH, a lifetime resident, d. 22 Nov 1993 in Plymouth, OH, bu. 17 Nov 1993, served in the US Army Aug 22, 1961 to Aug 22, 1963, honorable discharge

Alexander, Joseph H., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, CW, GR/OB: b. 18 Aug 1845 in OH, d. 22 Nov 1915 in Plymouth, OH, bu. 24 Nov 1915, Army Private, Co. C, 142nd Regt OVI, May 02, 1864 to Sep 02, 1864, CW Name: Joseph H Alexander, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1772 1772, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1864 at the age of 18, Enlisted in Company C, 142nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 May 1864. Mustered out Company C, 142nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 September 1864 in Camp Chase, OH

Alexander, Julieos, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 09 Dec 1916 in Taliferro County, GA, living in Mansfield for the past 27 years, d. 15 Jul 1979 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 19 Jul 1979, a veteran of the US Army 

Alexander, Kenneth L., Zion Cemetery, Butler, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 9 Jun 1927 in Worthington Township, Richland County, OH, d. 13 Dec 1991 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, Larry Knox, Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 04 Mar 1934 in Washington Township, Richland County, OH, a resident of Mansfield, OH, d. 06 Nov 1978 in Ashland Samaritan Hospital, Ashland, OH, bu. 09 Nov 1978, Specialist 3, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, Leonard Sig, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 09 Feb 1924, New York, coming to Mansfield 1½ years ago, d. 22 Dec 1986 in Madrid Spain while on vacation, bu. 28 Dec 1985, a veteran of the US Army

Alexander, William L., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/IR/OB: d. 11 Feb 1904 in Mansfield, OH, aged 72 yrs. He was a slave in the south but at the outbreak of the war he joined the Union Army and served for 3 years, listed in GAR Memorial Day program

Aley, Harold Paul, Chapel Hill Gardens West, Elmhurst, IL, WWII, DC/MNJ/OB: b. 25 Feb 1919 in Perrysville, OH, living in Mansfield for the past 13 years, d. 04 Apr 1982 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 14 Apr 1982, Private, a veteran of the US Army, enlisted Feb 25, 1942 at Fort Hayes, Columbus, OH, returned home from the European Theatre on Oct 04, 1945, Port of New York

Aley, Harry, Bunker Hill Cemetery, Butler, OH, WWI, TS/OB: b. 27 Jan 1893 in Bellville, OH, a resident of Butler, OH, d. 29 Jan 1966 in the Veterans Hospital in Cleveland, OH, bu. 02 Feb 1966, OHIO, Pfc, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Name: Harry Aley, Serial Number: 3536204, Race: W, Residence: 59 S. Main St., Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 23 Jul 1918, Birth Place: Bellville, OH, Birth Date / Age: 27 Jan 1893, Assigns Comment: 9 Co 3 Training Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 6 Sept 1918; Adjutant Detachment Cp Headquarters Cp Sherman O to Discharge Private First Class 7 Sept 1918. honorable discharge 18 Jan 1919. 10% disabled.

Alfrey, Corbie, Morehead, KY, WWII, OB: b. 29 May 1922 in Morehead, KY, a resident of Mansfield for 43 years, d. 31 Mar 1990 in the Veterans Hospital in Cleveland, OH, bu. 04 Apr 1990, a veteran of the US Navy

Alfrey, Edward Lee, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, Vietnam, TS/FH/OB: b. 19 Jun 1954 in Shelby, OH, d. 31 May 1980 in Shelby, OH, of an accidental drowning, bu. 03 Jun 1980, Private, a veteran of the US Army, Co. A, 19th Battalion, 5th Training Brigade, National Defense Service Medal

Alfrey, Fred, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR: b. 08 Feb 1909, d. 10 Dec 1984 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Alfrey, Luther, Jones Cemetery, Farmers, KY, WWI, DC/FH/OB: b. 14 Aug 1893 in Cogswell, Rowan County, KY, living in Shelby for the past 36 years, d. 19 Dec 1978 in Shelby, OH, bu. 23 Dec 1978, a veteran of the US Army

Alfrey, Robert Paul, Sr., Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 07 Mar 1924 in Morehead, KY, living in the Shelby/Shiloh area most of his life, d. 25 Oct 1996 in Shelby, OH, bu. 29 Oct 1996, Sergeant, a veteran of the US Army Air Corps from Mar 15, 1943 to Feb 19, 1946

Allegree, George Raymond, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 25 Dec 1922 in Washington, IN, a resident of Mansfield since 1944, d. 03 Jul 1972 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 06 Jul 1972, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Albert L., Sr., “Cap”, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 10 Aug 1892 in Copenhagen, NY, d. 21 Mar 1974 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 24 Mar 1974, OHIO, Captain, in the US Army, MMO: Name: Albert Leroy Allen, Serial Number: Captain, Race: W, Residence: Copenhagen, NY, Birth Place: Copenhagen, NY, Birth Date / Age: 10 Aug 1892, Assigns Comment: 1st Lieutenant Infantry 5 Aug 1917 from National Guard; Captain 11 June 1918. 146 Infantry to Discharge Ada O; Cp Sheridan Ala; Cp Lee Va; France. Meuse-Argonne; Ypres-Lys; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 15 June 1918 to 31 March 1919. honorable discharge 13 Apr 1919

Allen, Charles, Loudonville Cemetery, Loudonville, OH, CW, GR/OB: b. 17 Feb 1844 in WV, a resident of Mansfield, OH, d. 26 Nov 1914 at home in Mansfield, OH, bu. 30 Nov 1914, Co. D, 2nd Virginia Infantry (Confederate Soldier)

Allen, Charles E., Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 15 Jan 1903, living in the Mansfield area for the last 28 years, d. 11 Oct 1978 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 14 Oct 1978, a veteran of the Us Navy

Allen, Clarence M., “Randy”, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Peacetime, GR/OB: b. 09 Aug 1923 in Frametown, WV, d. 15 Apr 1991 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 18 Apr 1991, Pfc, a veteran of the US Navy serving from Nov 15, 1945 to Sep 03, 1949

Allen, Dennis Louis, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Peacetime Vet, OB: b. 09 Apr 1939 in Mansfield, OH, d. 25 Nov 1993 in Snow Valley Nursing Home in Lisle, IL, bu. 03 Nov 1993, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Edward M., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR: b. 1844, d. May 28, 1863 at Vicksburg, Miss., enlisted July 26, 1861, age 18, at Camp Bartley, OH, KIA May 28, 1863, Army, Private Co. E, 32nd Regt OVI. Listed in Roster of Ohio Soldiers as Edwin Allen, CW Name: Edwin Allen, Enlistment date: 27 Jul 1861, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 27 July 1861 at the age of 18. Enlisted in Company E, 32nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 27 Jul 1861. Killed Company E, 32nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 28 May 1863 at Vicksburg, MS. Sources: 17,501

Allen, Ethan E., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS b. 15 Oct 1914 in MI, d. 15 May 1995 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 17 May 1995, Corporal, a veteran of the US Army from Oct 27, 1941 to Sep 30, 1945, honorably discharged at Camp Perry, OH

Allen, Frank Ashley, Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 26 Jul 1909 in Shelby, OH, d. 20 Apr 1994 at home in Shelby, OH, bu. 23 Apr 1994, a veteran of the US Navy Armed Guard, serving as a Gunners Mate Second Class, honorably discharged Nov 04, 1945

Allen, Freddie L., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War., GR/OB: b. 20 Oct 1938 in Charleston, MO, residing in Mansfield the past 31 years, d. 25 Feb 1998 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 04 Mar 1998, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Sep 14, 1955 to May 21, 1959

Allen, G. W., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War, GR: b. 22 Nov 1929 in AL, d. 08 Jul 1999 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 11 Jul 1999, a veteran of the US Army, discharged Oct 15, 1956        

Allen, George, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/TS: b. 10 Nov 1916, d. 19 Jun 1975 in Cleveland, OH, bu. 24 Jun 1975, T/4, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Harry Beckham, Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWI, GR/TS/OB: b. 05 Jan 1897 in Somerset, KY, living in the Butler area for 37 years, coming here from Akron, d. 16 Dec 1983 in Hillcrest Nursing Home, Fredericktown, OH, bu. 19 Dec 1983, 2nd Lieutenant, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Harry, Jr., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 21 Nov 1928 in Akron, OH, d. 07 Dec 1993 in Secrest Nursing Home, Sandusky, OH, bu. 11 Dec 1993, Corporal, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Sep 02, 1948 to Sep 15, 1954, honorable discharge

Allen, Harvey Martin, WWII, DC: b. 06 Jan 1921 in Cortland, OH, d. 01 Jun 1999 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Armed Forces (ck Trumbull County)

Allen, Henry P., Dougherty Cemetery, Dougherty, GA, WWII, OB: b. 11 May 1923 in Albany, GA, residing in Mansfield since 1959, d. 06 Jan 1976 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army, Obit says burial in Orlando, FL where his mother lives

Allen, Howard Gene, Unknown Cemetery, Vietnam War, DC: b. 02 Aug 1945 in Mansfield, OH, d. 02 Dec 1999 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Howard M., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 11 Feb 1918 in Youngstown, OH, d. 26 May 1990 in Los Angeles, CA, bu. 04 Jun 1990, a veteran of the US Army, serving in Europe, where he was a prisoner of war, honorably discharged Oct 19, 1945

Allen, Hugh Marland, Burnsville, WV, WWII, OB/DC: b. 12 Apr 1916 in Gilmer County, WV, living in Mansfield for the past 2 ½ years, d. 22 Nov 1948 in Mansfield, OH, accidental death, bu. 25 Nov 1948, a Veteran, serving over 6 years

Allen, Ivy, Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 08 Jul 1908 in Decatur, GA, a former resident of the Sailors & Soldiers Home of Sandusky, OH, d. 26 Aug 1968 in Crestline Hospital, Crestline, OH, bu. 29 Aug 1968, a veteran of the US Army, enlisted Apr 24, 1941 in Detroit, MI

Allen, James W., Mount Hope Cemetery, Shiloh, OH, CW, GR/CCJ/DC/IR: b. 02 Feb 1839 in Morreytown, VA, d. 24 Mar 1909 at the Soldiers & Sailors Home in Sandusky, OH, bu. 26 Mar 1909, Army, Private, Co. A, 46th Regt OVI from Sep 10, 1861 to Jul 22, 1865, CW Name: James Allen, Enlistment Date: 10 September 1861, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1876 1876, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 September 1861 at the age of 21, Enlisted in Company A, 46th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 15 October 1861. Mustered out Company A, 46th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 22 July 1865 in Louisville, KY (CCJ: 19th Indept. Battery)

Allen, John H., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, TS: b. 1905, d. 11 Mar 1972 in Marion County, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Luke, Revolutionary War, burial location unknown, probably buried in Pioneer’s Rest Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, HER: b. about 1754, Private in Connecticut Militia, placed on 1831 pension roll in Richland Co., OH, also on 1833 pension list, living in village of Plymouth on 08 June 1833

Allen, Richard, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War, GR: b. 29 Sep 1936 in GA, d. 11 Mar 2000 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Allen, Roy D., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Peacetime, GR: b. 08 Mar 1920 in KY, d. 08 May 1989 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 11 May 1989, served in the US Army

Allen, Walter H., Shawver Cemetery, Frametown, WV, WWII, OB: b. 16 Oct 1921 in Frametown, WV, living in Mansfield for the past month, d. 13 Aug 1979 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Air Force

Allen, William R., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 23 Jan 1914 in Mansfield, OH, a lifetime resident, d. 11 Jan 1976 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 16 Jan 1976, a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army Air Force

Allenbaugh, Lorin A., Lakefork Cemetery, Lakefork, OH, WWII, OB: b. 13 Mar 1926 in Ashland, OH, d. 31 Jan 1988 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 02 Feb 1988, a veteran of the US Army

Allgire, Henry F., Lydia Gano Cemetery, Perry Township, Richland County, OH, CW, TS/GR: b. 20 March 1842, d. 04 Jan 1863 at Clarksville, TN, Co. E, 102nd Regt. OVI, aged 20 yr, 9 mo, 15 da. Army, Private, died in Service, CW Name: Henry F Algire, Enlistment Date: 17 August 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1723 1723, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 17 August 1862 at the age of 20, Enlisted in Company E, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 06 September 1862. Died Company E, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 04 January 1863 in Hospl No. 1, Clarksville, TN

Allison, Charles O., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War, GR/OB: b. 18 Apr 1935 in Saltville, VA, a resident of Mansfield the past year, d. 12 Apr 1980 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 15 Apr 1980,a veteran of the US Army

Allison, Samuel H., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 01 Sep 1922 in Holmes County, OH, d. 27 Dec 1989 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 02 Jan 1990, a veteran of the US Navy

Allison, Will Silas, Jr., Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 24 Nov 1919 in Stevenson, AL, living in Shelby for the pst 17 years, d. 29 Jun 1970 in Shelby, OH, bu. 02 Jul 1970, Staff Sergeant, a veteran of the US Air Force

Alloway, Paul Lewis, “Straight 8", Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 27 Jul 1925 in Cambridge, OH, living in Mansfield for the past 22 years, d. 17 Jul 1979 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 20 Jul 1979, Cox, a veteran of the US Navy

Allwein, James Wellington, Shauck Cemetery, Johnsville, OH, WWI, DC/TS/OB: b. 23 Nov 1889 in Woodbury, OH, d. 02 Dec 1961 at home in Mansfield, OH, bu. 04 Dec 1961, MMO: Name: James W. Allwein, Serial Number: 1935329, Race: W, Residence: 51 E. 1st St., Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 19 Sep 1917, Birth Place: Woodbury, OH, Birth Date / Age: 27 9/12 Years, Assigns Comment: Co L 329 Infantry to; Headquarters Company 329 Infantry to Discharge Horseshoer 15 Nov 1917. American Expeditionary Forces 12 June 1918 to 31 Jan 1919. honorable discharge 15 Feb 1919.

Allwine, John J., Mount Rose Cemetery, York, PA, WWII, OB: b. 05 Sep 1921 in Shelby, OH, d. 04 Sep 1992 in Pittsburgh, PA, aged 70, bu. 09 Sep 1992, a veteran of the US Army

Allwine, Ralph Joseph, Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWI, GR/TS/OB: b. 15 Mar 1896 in Upper Sandusky, OH, d. 19 Jun 1981 in Shelby, OH, bu. 22 Jun 1981, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Ralph J. Allwine, Serial Number: 3462374, Race: W, Residence: 202 W. Main St., Shelby, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 13 Jul 1918, Birth Place: Upper Sandusky, OH, Birth Date / Age: 15 March 1896, Assigns Comment: University of Toledo O United States Army Training Detachment to 3 Sept 1918; Co H Students' Army Training Corps Carnegie Institute of Technology Pittsburgh Pa to Discharge Private honorable discharge 17 Dec 1918. Called to active duty 13 July 1918. Volume #: 1

Ally, John, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/OB: b. 1826, d. 29 Jun 1902, GAR program 1902 indicates service. Obit of Jun 30, 1902 doesn’t say anything about being a veteran

Alm, Lewis A., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 24 Mar 1905 in Antrim, PA, d. 20 Sep 1965 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 22 Sep 1965, a veteran of the US Army

Almy, Eugene H., Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 12 Aug 1911 in Mansfield, OH, currently living in Columbus, OH, d. 10 Aug 1970 in Grant Hospital, Columbus, OH, bu. 12 Aug 1970, a veteran of the US Army

Alspach, Martha P. Kline, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 19 Jun 1893 in Urbana, OH, d. 23 Nov 1979 in Richland County, OH, bu. 26 Nov 1979, Nurse, a veteran of the US Army Nurse Corps, MMO: Name: Martha Kline, Serial Number: Nurse, Race: W, Residence: Zanesville, OH, Birth Place: Urbana, OH, Birth Date / Age: 19 June 1893, Assigns Comment: Nurse 4 Nov 1918 from CL. Base Hospital Cp Bowie Tex to Discharge Reserve Nurse relieved from active duty 1 Aug 1919; not Discharged Volume #: 9

Alt, Charles Edward, St. Joseph Cemetery, Crestline, OH, Peacetime Vet, GR/OB: b. 27 Dec 1938 in Crestline, OH, d. 03 Jul 1984 in Crestline, OH, bu. 05 Jul 1984, a veteran of the US Air Force

Alt, Eugene, Franklin Cemetery, Richland County, OH, Peacetime Vet., GR/TS/OB: b. 04 Mar 1934 in Mansfield, OH, d. 10 Dec 1990 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 13 Dec 1990, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Apr 16, 1956 to Feb 12, 1958

Alt, Paul Henry, St. Joseph Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 01 Mar 1921 in New Washington, OH, living in Crestline most of his life, d. 16 Aug 1965 in Crestline, OH, bu. 19 Aug 1965, OHIO, T/5, a veteran of the US Army, 2079th Quartermaster Truck Co

Alt, Robert Eugene, Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery, Sandusky, OH, WWII, OB. b. 02 Jan 1928 in Shelby, OH, a resident of the Ohio Veterans Home in Sandusky, d. 20 Jan 1998 in Providence Hospital in Sandusky, OH, bu. 23 Jan 1998, a veteran of the Merchant Marines

Altaffer, David Henry, Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 18 Apr 1887 in Crestline, OH, d. 14 Nov 1951 in Crestline, OH, bu. 16 Nov 1951, MMO: David H. Altaffer, Serial Number: 2683321, Race: W, Residence: 306 Henry St., Crestline, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Toledo, OH, Enlistment Date: 16 May 1918, Birth Place: Crestline, OH, Birth Date / Age: 18 Apr 1887, Assigns Comment: Co A 62 Regiment TC to 11 Dec 1918; 86 Co TC to Discharge Private American Expeditionary Forces 14 July 1918 to 18 June 1919. honorable discharge 5 July 1919. Volume #: 1

Altaffer, Rutherford Burchard, aka Rufus B., Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, Spanish- American War, GR/TS/OB/DC: b. 20 Aug 1876 in Mount Vernon, OH, moving to Mansfield 12 years ago, d. 04 Oct 1938 at home in Mansfield, OH, bu. 06 Oct 1938, Co. A, 8th OH Infantry, Spanish American marker on Grave, service suspect, Obit says veteran, OSP Name: Rufus Altaffer, Rank: Private, Residence: Bucyrus, Age: -- Page #: 582, Unit: Eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company: Company A – Bucyrus

Altman, Dwight Eugene, Chapel Heights Memorial Garden, Marion, OH, WWII, TS/OB: b. 09 Dec 1921 in Mansfield, OH, d. 30 Aug 1984 in Bessemer, AL, bu. 03 Sep 1984, a veteran of the US Navy serving in the southwest Pacific Theatre

Alton, Charles P., Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, TX, WWII, Korean War & Vietnam, b. 17 Apr 1900, d. 16 Jan 1968, bu. 19 Jan 1968, VAR: Charles Alton, Veteran's Rank: MAJ, Branch: US Army, Last known address: 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX, 78209 Birth Date: 17 Apr 1900, Death Date: 16 Jan 1968, Interment Date: 19 Jan 1968, Cemetery: Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery

Alton, Paul, Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR: b. 18 Jun 1916 in NY, d. 23 Dec 1986 in Mansfield, OH, served in the US Navy

Alvord, Harrison M., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, CW, GR/OB/HD/DC: b. 04 Jan 1840 in East Hampton, MA, living in Mansfield the past 50 years, d. 26 Oct 1924 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 28 Oct 1924, Army Lieutenant, Co. D, 73rd IL Infantry, CW Name: Harrison M Alvord, Residence: Bement, Illinois Enlistment Date: 24 July 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Illinois, Unit Numbers: 396 396, Service Record: Enlisted as a Sergeant on 24 July 1862, Enlisted in Company D, 73rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 21 August 1862. Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 11 April 1865 effective 25 April 1865, Mustered out Company D, 73rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 12 June 1865 in Nashville, TN

Alvord, Joseph Grant, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Spanish American War, GR/DC: b. 31 Oct 1872 in Mansfield, OH, d. 02 Jun 1934 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 05 Jun 1934, Quartermaster Sergeant in the US Army, Co M, 9th OVI from May13, 1898 to Nov 21,1898, OSP: Alvord Joseph G. Unit: Eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry Company: Company M. Mansfield Rank: Q.M. Sergt. Residence: Mansfield, Age: 25, enrolled as Private, appointed Sergeant and Quarter Master Sergeant May 13, 1898, V. O. R. C.

Amato, David R., Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR: b. 11 May 1916 in Mansfield, OH, d. 21 Sept 1999, in Shelby, OH, bu. 24 Sep 1999, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Dec 17, 1942 to Nov 23, 1945, honorably discharged

Amato, James Albert, Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/OB: b. 14 Dec 1922 in Shelby, OH, d. 20 Sep 1993 in Shelby, OH, bu. 23 Sep 1993, Corporal, a veteran of the US Army, 77th Division, 5th Infantry

Amato, Joseph, Meadow Lawn Cemetery, New Port Richey, FL, WWII, OB: b. 05 Aug 1912 in Mansfield, OH, moving to Florida three years ago, d. 06 Sep 1981 in Dunedin, FL, bu. 09 Sep 1981, a veteran of the US Merchant Marines

Amato, Joseph L., “Joey”, Oakland Cemetery, Shelby, OH, TS/OB b. 01 Jan 1938 in Shelby, OH, moving to Florida in 1970, d. 13 Nov 1991 in Altamont Springs, FL, bu. 19 Nov 1991, a member of the Air National Guard

Amato, Lloyd, Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery, Shelby, OH, WWII, GR/TS/FH/OB: b. 05 Oct 1907 in Cleveland, OH, spending most of his life in Shelby, d. 21 Aug 1979 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 23 Aug 1979, a veteran of the US Army Air Force, inducted 17 Jul 1943 at Columbus, OH, honorably discharged Ocg 29, 1943

Ambrose, William H., Trinity Cemetery, Rowsburgh, OH, CW, CCJ/DC: b. 20 Jan 1844 in OH, d. 16 Feb 1913 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 18 Feb 1913, Army, Co. I, 163rd Regt OVI, from May 2, 1864 to Sep 10, 1864, CW Name: William Ambrose, Enlistment Date: 02 May 1864, Distinguished Service, Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1797 1797, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1864 at the age of 20, Enlisted in Company I, 163rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 12 May 1864. Mustered out Company I, 163rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 10 September 1864 in Camp Chase, OH

Amelkin, Jeffrey Stephen, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Peacetime, GR: b. 13 Apr 1947, d. 28 Jul 1974 at home in Richland County, bu. 30 Jul 1974, Corporal, a veteran of the US Marine Corps

Ament, LaVern L. “Vern”, Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, Korean War, GR/OB: b. 28 Apr 1929 in Princeton, IA, moving to Mansfield in 1964, d. 25 Mar 1981 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 25 Mar 1981, a veteran of the US Marine Corps, serving for 15 years

Amert, Edward A., Sr., Crawford County Memory Gardens, Crestline, OH, WWII, OB: b. 27 Apr 1923 in Upper Sandusky, OH, d. 31 Mar 1995 at Shelby, OH, bu. 03 Apr 1995, Sergeant, a veteran of the US Army, served in 33rd Battalion of the 123rd Infantry, recipient of the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre ribbon with two bronze stars, honorably discharged at Camp Atterbury, IN, on Oct 13, 1945

Ames, Ephraim S., Revolutionary War, d. 10 Sep 1824 in Plymouth Township, burial location unknown, probably buried in Plymouth, OH, HER: from Massachusetts, received Bounty Land Warrant, wife Margaret received widow’s pension

Ames, Florian W., Greenlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, OH, CW, GR/DC: b. 7 Jan 1837 in Ithaca, NY, d. 20 Oct 1914 in Plymouth, OH, bu. 24 Oct 1914, served in the US Army, Corporal, Co. C, 88th Regt OVI May 26, 1862 to Sep 26, 1862, CW Name: Florian W Ames, Enlistment Date: 26 May 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1929 1929, Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 26 May 1862 at the age of 24, Enlisted in Company C, 88th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 26 June 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on 27 June 1862, Mustered out Company C, 88th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 26 September 1862 in Camp Chase, OH

Amick, Donald J., Crawford County Memory Gardens, Crestline, OH, Korean War, OB: b. 06 Jun 1931 in Galion, OH, d. 24 Nov 1992 in Shelby, OH, bu. 27 Nov 1992, a veteran of the US Army

Amicone, John, Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 06 Apr 1895 in Farli Del Sagno, Abucia, Italy, to the United States in 1901 and to Mansfield in 1936, d. 11 Jun 1982 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 14 Jun 1982, a veteran of the US Army, MMO: Name: John Amicone, Serial Number: 1541123, Race: W, Residence: Columbus, OH, Enlistment Division: National Guard, Enlistment Location: Columbus, OH, Enlistment Date: 11 Jul 1917, Birth Place: Abucia, Italy, Birth Date / Age: 22 3/12 Years, Assigns Comment: Truck Co 3 Division Supply Train ONG (Co C 112 Supply Train) to Discharge Private First Class 1 Sept 1917; Corporal 4 Nov 1917. Ypres-Lys; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 28 June 1918 to 27 March 1919. honorable discharge 17 Apr 1919.

Ammeter, Paul Eugene, Ocala Cemetery, Ocala FL, WWII, GR/OB: b. 17 Jul 1918 in Mansfield, OH, d. 10 Mar 1997 in Mansfield, OH, a veteran of the US Army

Ammons, Paul Earl, Sr., Mansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR/OB: b. 31 Aug 1911 in Perrysville, OH, living in this area most of his life, moving to Indiana last July, d. 10 Dec 1981 in Indianapolis, IN, bu. 14 Dec 1981, a veteran of the US Navy

Ammons, Richard Lee, Mansfield Memorial Park, Ontario, OH, Korean War, GR/OB: b. 29 Apr 1931 in Perrysville, OH, living in the Mansfield area for the past 47 years, d. 21 Dec 1988 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 24 Dec 1988, a veteran of the US Navy

Amon, Robert Lee, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR: b. 17 Dec 1925 in Columbus, OH, d. 23 May 1997 in Richland County, OH, bu. 27 May 1997, a veteran of the US Navy

Amos, John Iry, Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWII, GR: b. 27 Sep 1921 in Beulah MS, d. 30 Oct 1994 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 03 Nov 1994, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Dec 12, 1942 to Jan 04, 1946, honorable discharge

Amos, Lloyd O., Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, WWI, GR/OB: b. 23 Mar 1894 in Mansfield, OH, d. 24 Dec 1963 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 27 Dec 1963, a veteran of the US Army, serving overseas, MMO: Name: Lloyd C. Amos, Serial Number: 2429089, Race: W, Residence: 623 Bowman St., Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Mansfield, OH, Enlistment Date: 26 Apr 1918, Birth Place: Mansfield, OH, Birth Date / Age: 24 1/12 Years, Assigns Comment: 34 Co 9 Training Battalion 158 Depot Brigade to 2 May 1918; Co H 332 Infantry to Discharge Private Montdidier-Noyon; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 8 June 1918 to 18 Apr 1919. honorable discharge 3 May 1919.

Amsbaugh, David R., Windsor Park Cemetery, Mifflin Township, Richland County, OH, CW, GR/TS/CCJ: b. 1832, d. 01 Oct 1912 in Mifflin Township, Richland County, OH, a veteran of the US Army, Corporal, Co. C 102nd OVI, from Aug 11, 1862 to Jun 30, 1865, CW Name: David R Amsbaugh, Enlistment Date: 11 August 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Ohio, Unit Numbers: 1723 1723, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 August 1862 at the age of 29, Enlisted in Company C, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 06 September 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on 30 April 1864, POW on 24 September 1864 at Athens, AL (Paroled) Returned on 16 June 1865 at To Co. Mustered out Company C, 102nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 30 June 1865 in Nashville, TN

Amsbaugh, Frank C., Bellville Cemetery, Bellville, OH, WWII, GR/TS: b. 04 Jan 1913 near Shiloh, OH, d. 04 Mar 1974 at Mansfield, OH, bu. 07 Mar 1974, OHIO, Corporal, a veteran of the US Army

Amsbaugh, Hoyt B., Emmanuel Cemetery, Mifflin Township, Richland County, OH, MEX War, GR/DC/OB: b. 27 May 1882 in Monroe Township, Richland County, OH, d. 19 Jul 1951 at the Soldiers & Sailors Home in Sandusky, OH, bu. 21 Jul 1951, a veteran of the US Army, Co. L, 8th Infantry, honorably discharged on Apr 23, 1917

Amsbaugh, John F., Forest Cemetery, Fredericktown, OH, WWII, OB: b. 08 Dec 1916 in Fredericktown, OH, living in Mansfield since 1941, d. 08 Nov 1985 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 11 Nov 1985, a veteran of the US Army

Amsbaugh, John W., Greenlawn Cemetery, Crestline, OH, Spanish-American War, GR/DC/ANC: b. 10 Aug 1857 in Crestline, OH, being a lifelong resident d. 13 Feb 1922 at the Soldiers & Sailors Home in Sandusky, OH, of Cancer, bu. 15 Feb 1922, Private, a veteran of the US Army, 13th Regt, enlisted 14 Jul 1899 at Akron, OH, honorably discharged 10 Mar 1902 at Manila, P I

Amsbaugh, Robert C., Normandy, France, WWII, Richland Countian killed in WWII, according to the Ohio Governor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs, Sergeant, 782nd Tank Battalion, d. 17 Jan 1945, monument in Normandy, France, TS: Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, OH, b. 1918, d. 1945, Cenotaph, MMO Name: Robert C Amsbaugh, Inducted From: Ohio, Rank: Sergeant, Combat Organization: 782nd Tank Battalion, Death Date: Jan 17 1945, Monument: Normandy, France Last Known Status: Buried

Amsbaugh, Valentine, Crestline Cemetery, Crestline, OH, CW, GR/OB: b. 22 Oct 1822 in Mansfield, OH, d. 25 Oct 1883, served in the US Army, Co. I, 1st ILL Artillery, GAR post 102 indicates service [no record in Crestline Greenlawn Cemetery] CW Name: Valentine Amsbaugh, Residence: Crestline, Ohio, Enlistment Date: 29 January 1862, Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union, State Served: Illinois, Unit Numbers: 445, Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 29 January 1862, Enlisted in Company Battery I, 1st Light Artillery Regiment Illinois on 10 February 1862. Living in Crawford County, Sandusky Township, in 1880 census

Amstutz, Harley D., Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, OH, Korean War, GR/TS/OB: b. 12 Feb 1933 in Shiloh, OH, d. 25 Dec 1992 in Mansfield, OH, bu. 28 Dec 1992, BT3, a veteran of the US Navy, serving from May18, 1954 to May 10, 1956, honorable discharge

Amstutz, Melvin J., Mount Hope Cemetery, Shiloh, OH, WWII, GR/MNJ: b. 06 Jun 1908 in OH, d. 24 Dec 1959 in Shelby, OH, bu. 26 Dec 1959, T/5, a veteran of the US Army, serving in the European Theatre, returned from Europe aboard the “General Anderson” on Sep 21, 1945, honorably discharged at Indiantown Gap, PA, Oct 02, 1945

Amstutz, Ralph D., Mount Hope Cemetery, Shiloh, OH, WWII, GR: b. 23 Nov 1919 in Richland County, OH, d. 09 Feb 1999 in Richland County, OH, bu. 12 Feb 1999, a veteran of the US Army, serving from Feb 23, 1945 to Oct 31, 1946


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