Glazebrook, Larkin White

Larkin White Glazebrook from Virginia, Richmond, City of county.

Service era: Civil War

Date of death: October 29, 1966

Source: Virginia Military Dead Database, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Simpson, James D.
Union Army Lieutenant

James D. Simpson from Delaware.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: 1st Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, II Corps;

Date of death: Wednesday, August 14, 1963
Death details: Shot at Gettysburg, died at Tilton General Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware

Source: These Honored Dead

Jewett, John E.
Army Lieutenant

John E. Jewett from Zanesville, Ohio, Muskingum county.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: 23rd Ohio

Date of death: Thursday, February 14, 1963
Death details: Died in Weston, West Virginia when a loaded gun was thrown and accidentally went off, hitting him in the foot.

Source: “Hayes”, Cincinnati Enquirer (1865)

Seames, John A.

John A. Seames.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: 40th Iowa

Date of death: Wednesday, October 1, 1941
Death details: Died in Confederate prison
Cemetery: Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas

Source: U.S. Quartermasters Department

Renshal, William
Private

William Renshal.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: 122nd United States Colored Troops

Date of death: Friday, August 1, 1941
Cemetery: Chorpus Cristi, Texas

Source: U.S. Quartermasters Department

Holmes, Matthew
Union Army 2nd lieutenant

Matthew Holmes.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: Michigan Infantry, 28th Regiment

Date of death: Unknown
Death details: Killed in action at Wise’s Forks, North Carolina

Source: Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force

Berry, Joseph
Union Army 2nd lieutenant

Joseph Berry.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: Michigan Infantry, 2nd Regiment

Date of death: Unknown
Death details: Died in 1864 in rebel prison.

Source: Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force

Murphy, John
Union Army 1st lieutenant

John Murphy.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: Ohio Infantry, 13th Regiment

Date of death: Unknown
Death details: Died of wounds received in action.

Source: Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force

Burnett, Henry S.
Union Army Major

Henry S. Burnett.

Service era: Civil War
Military history: Michigan Infantry, 10th Regiment

Date of death: Unknown
Death details: Killed in action at Jonesboro, Georgia

Source: Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force