Monday, November 12, 2012

Military Monday–Veterans Day Edition

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In commemoration of Veterans Day, I wanted to take the opportunity to thank all of the members of the military who have selflessly served their fellowmen and this great country, the United States of America.

I also wanted to list my ancestors who have contributed to keeping these United States a free nation.  There may be some I missed because I am not aware of their service at this time.  If that is the case, I hope to update this list later.

Revolutionary War

Luther L. Waterman – (4th Great-Grandfather) Surgeon

War of 1812

Asher Waterman – (3rd Great-Grandfather) – Capt. Nehemiah Gregory’s Company, Ohio Militia Regiment.

Civil War

Ebenezer Perry Carlisle Webster– (2nd Great-Grandfather) – Co. E, 74th Illinois Infantry Volunteers.

Watson Emery Webster – (2nd Great-Grand Uncle) – Co. E, 74th Illinois Infantry Volunteers.

Homer Clark Waterman – (2nd Great-Grand Uncle) – Assistant surgeon of the 4th West Virginia Infantry and in the 2nd West Virginia Infantry.

Charles Wesley Waterman – (2nd Great-Grand Uncle) – Co. I, Ohio 116th Infantry.

Lawrence C. Crippen – (Husband of my 2nd Great-Grand Aunt Lucy Mae Waterman) – Co. A, 92nd Ohio Infantry.

Richard Engle – (Husband of my 2nd Great-Grand Aunt Sarah Amanda Waterman) – Co. G, 63rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Korean War

Jan Albert Iverson – (My Father) – SP4 U.S. Army.

Thanks for reading!


Copyright © Jana Last 2012

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful post, Jana! Lots of good family history there to research. Looks like both of our fathers served in Korea.

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    1. Hi ljhlaura,

      Thanks! And yes, I've got more research to do for sure.

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  2. Excellent tribute! You've made me start wondering how many veterans are in my family. I'll try to be prepared next time!

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    1. Hi Wendy,

      Thanks! I'm so glad you liked this tribute. And thanks so much for stopping by!

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  3. I love how you listed all of your veterans - great idea. I thought about listing all of mine but just focused on a few this year. I think I'll start working on my post for next year now!

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    1. Hi Debi,

      Aw, thanks so much! You're so sweet! I'm glad you liked how I listed my military ancestors.

      And thanks so much for reading and for your comments. Much appreciated!

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