Wheeling Intelligencer May 29, 1883

Copied from Microfilm

 

Contributed by Phyllis Dye Slater.

 

THE FALLEN BRAVE WHO ARE GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

 

A list of the dead soldiers in the late war whose graves in the various Wheeling cemeteries will be strew with flowers by their living comrades tomorrow. They will be decorated by the committees of the G.A.R. detailed for that purpose. The list is as complete as the members of the Post could secure, with the most pain-staking research, and it is believed that none have been missed:

 

MT. WOOD CEMETERY

 

Col. Joseph Thoburn, First W.Va. I

Wilson Holliday, First W.Va. I

Joseph M. Fritz, First W.Va. I

Wm. Whiteman

I.M. Pumphrey, additional Paymaster

Wm. Pumphrey

Phillip G. Bier

W.S. Morrison

Geo. W. Hardman

John E. Cashman, Co. K First W.Va. Cav.

Jas. R. Harris, Co. K First W.Va. Cav.

Wm. Cloban, Co. K First W.Va. I

Leroy Matthews Co. I First W.Va. I

Joseph Hervey

Jacob Baltzell

Thos. Lewellyn, 3d Pa. H. Artillery

John Wright

Wright Kelly

Col. Daniel Frost, 11th, W.Va. I

J. R. French, Co. D. 1st W.Va. I Artillery

George McCracken

Benj. Jenkins, Co. K 1st. W.V. Cavalry

James Ball

James McGill, 6th W.V. I

W. T. Singleton, 1st. W.V. I

Wm. Faris, a soldier of the Revolution

James A. Newlove, Co. A. 1st. W.V. I

Wm. Baltzell

Henry Knapp

Wm. Oman

-------French

John Elliott

Jas. Syner

Jas. Gray, Sr.

Jas. Harkin

 

 

PENINSULA CEMETERY

 

Emanuel Dickerson, Co. A. W.V. I

James L. Dickerson, Co. D. 1st. W.V. L. A.

George Steuber

Robert Hardy

John R. Winters, O.V. I

August Kramer, 25th O.V. I.

John Allison, 1st. W.V. I

Robert Vance, 1st. W.V.C.

--------Gilbert, Co. F. 1st. W. V. I.

W. J. McNash, 11th. W.V. I

Jonathan Holmes

---------McConn

One unknown

Maj. George Trimble (ERROR Was buried at Greenwood but moved to KY in 1909.)

George Deiters

Edward Harris

Lawrence Walther

----------Broadwig

Frank Mounts

----------Harris

----------Winters

----------Troll

Peter D. Grove

----------Kryter

---------Hupp

William and James Peters

S. G. Gillespy

Otto Negley

James Watson

James Turner

 

 

CITY CEMETERY, FIFTH WARD

 

Achilles Atwell, Co D. L.A.

 

 

OLD CATHOLIC CEMETERY

 

John Brady 1st. W.V. I.

Capt. James Donnolly, 1st W.V. I.

Richard Dorsey, Battery D. 1st. W.V. I. A.

Anthony Welsh

Charles Ubig

John Shanley

 

 

GREENWOOD

 

Robert T. Higgins

William H. Graham

James Harris

William M. Laughlin

J. T. Holman

Philip G. Bier

H.H. Sharp

Capt. A. H. Stanton, Regular Army

C. W. B. Allison

W. S. Trippett

John McFarren

G. W. Franzheim

George Loos

Cicero Sharp

J. G. Hillard

J. B. Lukins

John H. Campbell

David M. Drake

 

 

RED MEN'S CEMETERY, SIXTH WARD

 

Bartholomew Linck, O.V. I.

Robert Baggs

 

 

MT. ZION CEMETERY

 

Dan Smith

Frank Marshall

Julius Kemppe

Charles Brooks

Jas. H. Cook

John Strippel

George Widekin

Allan Stevens

August Fischer

Henry Ebeling

George Weiser

Peter Brenthmann

Henry Speacht

Fred Lohmann

John W. McCready

John Newland, Sr.

Louis Wagner

Brown Florence

Cornelius McCurdy

August Frederick

Thos. Atwell and son

Charles Koch

Joshua Foster

George Kettler

Floyd Long

Jacob Koehlein

Chas. Munchmeyer

August Eckhart

Thomas Dunning

Adam Hammond

John Stentzel

Chas. Clegg

Fred Schamberger

Geo. Birch Jr.

Conrad West

Theo Batch

 

 

MT. CALVARY CEMETERY

 

Capt. Wm. H. Shanley

 

The hall of the Grand Army in Beck's Block on Market Street, will be open all day today and tomorrow, and persons having flowers to donate will confer a favor if they will send them there this afternoon or tomorrow early. A large number of the lady friends of the Post were at the hall last evening making wreaths and festoons of evergreen for use to-morrow.