On these Pages we hope to honor many of those 700 plus from Allen County, Ohio who gave their lives for our country. We begin this project knowing it will never be completed. We will strive to do these who gave their lives just due for their sacrifice. 

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Last Update - JANUARY 5, 2023: This list of Allen County Military casualties is a continuing work. Our research includes vetting the original list and removing any that did not die while in service unless they died of wounds after discharge. We would like volunteers to help us with this research so we can include as much information as we can about every veteran we have on our list of Allen County, Ohio military casualties. Call us or contact us at contact@allencountyveterans.org  or use the contact form on this site if you would like to help.

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This is, our latest list of War Casualties from Allen County Ohio from all wars. Names we included in the list are those who had either enlisted or resided in Allen County at anytime prior to their death. We are sure the list is missing some names based upon that criteria. We are continually searching records and contacting families.


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ID.Last NameFirst NameRank / RateWarBirthFromHigh SchoolDate of EnlistmentBranchService No.Unit / Ship Duty StationDate of LossCause Of DeathPlace of IncidentBurialAWARDSNotes
1AckermanPhillipWWIINavyOct 25, 1944Destroyer SunkLost at sea
2AdamsWilliamCivilNo DateUnion ArmyNov 16, 1864 
3AdgateGouveer H.CivilNo DateUnion ArmyOct 03, 1862KIA
4AdkinsRobert SGTWWIIAug 2, 1904LIMACentralNov 16, 1943 Springsure, AustraliaWoodlawn
5AlexanderTurner AberdeenWWIJun 17, 1893LIMAArmyFeb 10, 1919DOD
6AlguireClinton Leroy PVTWWIIJan 14, 1922LIMACentralArmyJun 03, 1943DNBWichita, KansasWoodlawn
7AllemeierHilary Frederick 1KoreanJun 22, 1928DelphosArmyMar 23, 1953KIASaint Johns Catholic Cemetery, Delphos, OHComments: First Lieutenant Allemeier was a member of the 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division. On March 23, 1953, he was on a night patrol on "Old Baldy", North Korea when the patrol came under fire. He remained with his radio operator and sent the rest of the patrol back. He received a mortal wound to his head.
8AllenJames Q. PVTCivilMar 31, 1988Jan 10, 1865DOWStones River National Cemetery
9AllenSamuel L.CivilNo DateJun 19, 1863KIA
10AmstutzJames H. PFCWWII BlufftonArmyFeb 09, 1945KIAGermanyEmmanuel Cemetery BlufftonSource: The Lima News, Lima, OH, Tuesday, December 9, 1947, p. 2, Col. 6, "Rites Arranged For War Victim, Services Saturday for Pfc. James H. Amstutz. BLUFFTON, Dec. 9--Memorial services for Pfc. James H. Amstutz, 21, who was killed in action Feb. 9, 1945, in Germany, will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Emmanuel Evangelical and Reformed church, south of here.Rev. V.C. Opperman will officiate, assisted by Rev. Paul Cramer and reburial will be in the church cemetery. The Bluffton post of the American Legion will conduct military rites at the cemetery.Pfc. Amstutz was born in Bluffton, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz, near Alger, both of whom survive. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Rayon Boutwell, Bluffton Route 1.Before entering service he was employed by the Bluffton Stone Co., City Market and the Triplett Electric Corp. The body will arrive via the Nickel Plate railroad at 9:25 p.m. Tuesday and will be removed to the residence near Alger. The casket will be returned Thursday to the Diller funeral home to lie in state until 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The body then will be removed to the church to lie in state until time for service.Parents: Harry Amstutz (1894 - 1971) Mildred Amstutz (1894 - 1978) Sibling: Alice Mae Amstutz Boutwell (1921 - 2000)* James H Amstutz (1924 - 1945) *Calculated relationship
11AndersonFrederick LeeKoreanDec 03,1930NavyNov 03,1952 Fairmont Cemetery, Uniopolis
12AndersonEugeneWWII1918OklahomaKewanee High SchoolArmy Air CorpsMar 18, 1942DNBPleasant View Cemetery Kewanee, IL
13AndersonJohnCivilNo DateNov 12, 1863KIAWoodland Union Van Wert
14AngevineRichard M. SSGTWWIINo DateLIMASouth High SchoolArmyMar 09, 1944DNB POWJapanManila American Cemeteryhttp://www.ww2pow.info/index.php?page=directory&rec=27850
15ApostolHarry A.WWINov 26, 2009LIMAArmyOct 23, 1918DOWMeuse-Argonne
16ArmentroutDale M.WWINo DateLIMASep 28, 1918KIA
17ArmitageHiram F.CivilNo DateUnion ArmyAug 18, 1864DODRome, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marrieta, GACo A, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Death date listed as Aug 30
18ArmorJohn W. PVTCivilNo DateUnion ArmyOct 04, 1862KIACorinth, MSCorinth National Cemetery
19ArmstrongMartin CPTCivilMay 13, 1956LIMAUnion ArmyApr 06, 1862KIAShilohWoodlawn
20ArmstrongMichael David PVTVietnamDec 2, 1948CridersvilleWapakonetaMarine CorpsK Co.3rd Batt,5th MarinesSep 22, 1968KIAVietnam Thua Thien ProvinceGethsemaniBorn in Lima. K Co. 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines
21Arnold Carl LloydWWIINo DateNavyJul 07, 1945 Lost at seahttp://www.americanbattlegraves.com/index.php?page=directory&rec=125074
Service Number
First Class, U.S. Navy
United States Naval Reserve
World War II
Date Death
Purple Heart
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea, Tablets of the Missing at Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines
22ArtisJoseph WilliamPO3WWIINo DateLIMACentralNavyJul 26,1943 Jacksonville, FL
23AugustJohn PVTCivilMay 13, 1966Union ArmySep 09, 1864DOWAtlanta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GAEnlisted as a Private on 13 August 1862; Mustered into Co H, 99th Ohio on 26 August 1862; Died on 9 September 1864 at Atlanta, GA from wounds received (Date/Place Unknown); Buried in Marietta National Cemetery, Marietta, GA; Age - 20
24AustinHenry J. SGTWWIINo DateSpencervilleOct 03, 1944 France
25AustinWilliam R. S2cWWIILIMANavyOct 28, 1944DNBin Lima
26AyersCloren Dwyane PFCWWII LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsDec 11, 1944DOWFranceCarmen Cemetery Gomer
27BachlerWilliamWWIOct 03, 1918France
28BagbyOliver S. PVTWWIINo DateArmy1944DNBCedar Hill Cemetery Suitland, Prince George's County, MarylandEnlisted in the Army. Served during World War II. Bagby had the rank of Private. Service number was 6233483.
29BaileyDavid M.Civil!833Aug 09, 1864KIAnear AtlantaMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo E, 81st Ohio
30BaileyFrankWWINo DateBeaverdamArmyOct 16, 1918KIA
31BaileyGeorgeCivilNo DateUnion ArmyMay 08, 1863 
32BakerCharles O.WWIMar 25, 1895LIMANational GuardJan 26, 1918DODCamp Sheridan, Montgomery. ALBorn in Putnam County, Charlie enlisted for service in WWI at Lima, OH. He was a member of Company M One Hundred and Forty-Fifth U. S. Infantry. He died in January 1918 at Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, AL. In 1918 an outbreak of Spanish Flu developed at the Camp and spread throughout Montgomery. Reports of deaths exceeded 2,000 at Camp Sheridan, and 12,000 in Montgomery. There are many unmarked graves, and many of the soldiers are buried at Oak wood Cemetery
33BaldwinLouis W. CPLWWIINo DateLIMAJul 11, 1943 Sicily
34BallGilbert H. T5WWIIJan 26, 1919SpencervilleArmyJan 26,1945KIALuzonSAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OH
35BallJohn Walter PFCKoreanJul 6, 1930SpencervilleArmyNov 30, 1950MIANorth Koreanot recoveredCo D, 1st Battalion, 32nd Inf reg, 7th Inf div
36BarrJames A. PVTCivilNo DateAug 06, 1864KIAAtlanta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo F, 118th Ohio V
37BarrJames P. Jr CLWWIIAug 21, 1902LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsOct 20, 1943MIASouth PacificLost at seaclass of 1921
38BarrJesse L.WWINo DateLIMAOct 13, 1918DOD
39BartholdRandolph C. MJRWWIIJun 15, 1907Ft Worth, TexasApr 26, 1943KIASt Nazaire, FranceWestminster, Westminster, Ohioor listed as May 29
40BasingerRichard Louis CPTVietnamNov 24, 1942Lima Marine CorpsMay 12, 1967KIA 01 Feb 2003

The HMM-363 Command Chronology for 12 May 1967 contains the following incident report:

"At approximately 1700H, YZ-78 suffered a direct hit by enemy mortar fire shortly after lifting from a landing zone at YD 117692. The aircraft crashed and burned killing the pilot and crew chief and injuring the co-pilot and aerial gunner."

The report refers to UH-34D BuNo 147190 which was conducting a fuel resupply mission to a landing zone at Con Thien. The LZ came under attack by rocket fire as the aircraft finished off-loading 55 gallon fuel drums. The UH-34 lifted off in a southeasterly direction, but had attained only about 100 feet in aitude before it was hit in the port fuselage by a rocket. The aircraft crashed and burned about 80 meters distant from the LZ. The enemy gunners shifted their aim to the crash site, firing approximately 30 more rockets. As noted by LZ personnel, casuaies would have been much higher had those rockets impacted within the LZ rather than 80 meters distant.

Two men died in the crash, ain Richard L. Basinger (pilot) and Corporal John W. Jackson (crew chief); the copilot, George Hadzewycz, and the door gunner, Ronald Hartline, survived with injuries.
41BaxterHiramCivilNo DateSep 19, 1864KIAOpequan, VAWinchester National Cemetery, Winchester, VA
42BaxterSamuelCivilNo DateSep 19, 1864KIAOpequan, VAWinchester National Cemetery, Winchester, VA
43BeamPaul W.WWISep 15, 2020NavyJun 03, 1918DODBath from Pulmonary TuberculosisOsborne Cemetery
44BeattyEugene EarlWWIOct 5, 2014LaFayetteOct 16, 1918DOW
45BeckerWayne E. WWIINo DateSpencervilleArmyJan 16, 1943DNBFlorida – Ft Myersor Jan 22
46BeemerJohnCivilNo DateJan 04, 1863DOWMurfreesboro, TNStones River National Cemetery Birth: unknown
Death: Jan. 4, 1863
Rutherford County
Tennessee, USA
Enlisted as a Private on 6 August 1862; Mustered into Co I, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 26 August 1862; Promoted to Corporal on 26 August 1862; Died on 4 January 1863 near Murfreesboro, TN from wounds received (Date/Place Unknown); Buried in Stones River National Cemetery, Murfreesboro, TN; Age - 38

Stones River National Cemetery
Rutherford County
Tennessee, USA

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47BeilerWilliam B.CivilNo DateJun 27, 1864KIA
48BelchJosiah A. PVTCivilNo DateFeb 06, 1865DODNashville, TNNashville National CemeteryCo A 183rd Ohio V
49BenderChristianCivilNo DateAug 30, 1864POW
50BennettJacobCivilNo DateFeb 06, 1865 
51BensonCharles Henry SSGTWWIIDec 14, 1917Shawnee TWPShawnee class of 1935Air ForceMay 06, 1945DNBSouth PacificManila American Cemetery
52BerryArthur N.WWISep 12, 1918DODFrench hospitalArlington Nationalpneumonia
53BiceHamiline A.CivilNo DateJul 18, 1863DOD
54BiceJacobCivilNo DateAug 04, 1862 
55BickelJohn RussellWWIMay 19, 2006ArmyNov 26, 1918DODBordeau, FranceSt Matthews, LimaPneumonia Co.1. 313, Inf.
56BiddingerEdward G. PVTCivilNo DateApr 01, 1864DODCleveland, TNChattanooga NatlCo E, 99th Ohio
57BidwellIsaacCivilApr 16, 1948West minster? Allen CountyUnion ArmyJan 22, 1863DODLexington, KYLexington National/ Westminster SalemThere are two findagrave.com memorials for this veteran. There is a tombstone for him also in Westminster Cemetery, Westminster, OH
Company B 45th Ohio Infantry.
Birth: unknown
Death: Jan. 22, 1863
Jefferson County
Enlisted as a Private on 18 July 1862; Mustered into Co B, 45th Ohio on 19 August 1862; Died of disease on 22 January 1863 at Lexington, KY; Buried in Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, KY; Age - 37 (bio by: Brent Reidenbach)

Co. "B", 45th Ohio Inf.

Note: 37 at time of enlistment, he was mustered in on 8/19/1862. He died of disease at Lexington, Ky.

Lexington National Cemetery
Fayette County
Kentucky, USA
Plot: Sec. 4- site 159

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58BiedenbachIgnatius C. PVTWWIAug 20, 2013LaFayetteArmyFeb 4, 1919DODLuxemburgChapel Hill Cemetery, Burkhart, Monroe County, OH
59BillingsCharles FranklinWWIMar 10, 1905HarrodArmyOct 08, 1918DODCamp ShermanHarrod Cemetery1 Co.1TR. BN. 158 DB. Pneumonia
60BinkleyRichard H.CivilNo DateMay 18, 1864DODNew Creek Mineral county WVFisher Cemetery, Jackson TwpCo A, 151st OVI
61BixelFred R.WWINo DateBlufftonArmyApr 27, 1918DODpneumonia date also listed as Mar 6, 1918
62BlackJesse Roswell SGTWWIIApr 1, 1905DelphosArmy Air CorpsApr 25, 1944KIAEnglandCambridge American Cemetery
63BlackstenJames R. PFCWWIIOct 4, 1910LIMAArmyDec 01, 1942DNBFt Bliss, TexasMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
64BlackstenWilliam G.WWINo DateLIMADec 02, 1918KIA
65BlundenJack VernonWWIINo DateLaFayetteAllen EastNavyNov 12,1944KIASouth PacificLaFayettehttps://www.accessgenealogy.com/ohio/ohio-ww2-nmcg-casuay-list-b-surnames.htm ,class of 1940
66BodellDoitWWIOct 19, 2020HarrodOct 10, 1918DODFisher Cemetery, Jackson Twp
67BohnleinThomas C. PFCWWIINo DateDelphosArmyMay 29, 1943KIAAleutiansSt. John's Catholic, Delphos
68BorgerCharles DanielWWIIApr 20, 1920WestminsterAdaArmy Air CorpsDec 28, 1943KIA Enemy AircraftShot down over Italy or GermanySalem, Westminsterhttp://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63747196
69BotkinRay ElbinT5WWIIDec 19, 1910McGuffeyArmyOct 18, 1942DNBFort KnoxPreston Cemetery Alger, Ohio
70BowermanSamuelWWIIMay 18, 1922LIMANavyApr 06, 1945FODSW Pacifichttp://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=107009295
Samuel A Bowerman
Service Number
U.S. Navy
United States Naval Reserve
World War II
Date Death
Purple Heart
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea, Tablets of the Missing at Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii
71BowersockLowell F. T SGTWWIISpencervilleApr 27, 1945Negros Island
72BowersElmer Lester PVTWWIOct 8, 2022BeaverdamArmySep 28, 1918KIAFranceRockport Cem, Rockport,OH
73BowersockSteven Edward PFCVietnamSep 25, 1951LIMALima SeniorArmyMay 10, 1972KIA Helo CrashNear SaigonMemorial Park St Rt 309 Limaclass of 1970
74BowsherGene Erwin PVTWWIIMay 11, 1925Shawnee TWPCentral/ Shawnee class of 1943ArmyMay 13, 1944 FOD/KIAItalyMedic Killed in Italy http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jsmith03&id=I2469
75BowsherStanley Byron PVTKoreanJan 8, 1931LIMASouth High SchoolArmyAug 18, 1950MIA/KIASt Matthews, Limalisted as KIA on Oct 7, 1951, 5th Cavalry regiment, 1st division
76BowyerDewey Obediah Jr SGTWWIIOct 26, 1920LIMASep 08 1944over Germany
77BowyerMoses MadisonCivilNo DateMar 08, 1864DODOhioShockey Cemetery, Westminster, OhioCo D, 54th OVI
78BoydFrederick L.CivilUnion ArmyNov 07, 1862
79BoydFrederick S. PVTCivilNo DateNov 27, 1862DODBowling Green, KYNashville National CemeteryCo B, 99th OVI
80BracyWilbur J.WWINo DateBlufftonNov 25, 1918DOD
81BrackerDavid Eugene SP4VietnamAug 20, 1945DelphosDelphos St John'sArmyAug 19, 1966DOWSAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OHDied from fragmentation wounds. While on patrol he accidentally set off a Viet Cong mine.
82BrakesEarl T4WWIILIMACentralJan 25, 1943Japanese prison camp
83BranstitterCharles M.CivilNo DateMar 05, 1865 
84BredaPeter SSGTWWIIJun 16, 1920LIMAArmyAug 23, 1944FODover AustriaJefferson Barracks National CemeteryLima News 5/14/1950
85BreeseGriffithCivilFeb 1, 1951Oct 28, 1862 KentuckyShawnee Cemetery
86BreeseSamuel R. CPTCivilNo DateSep 15, 1862KIAHarper's Ferry, WVAnnapolis National Cemetery, MDCo H, 32nd OVI
87BrennanRalph T. WWIINo DateLIMASt RoseArmySep 12, 1944KIAFrance
88BrennemanRichard Lyle PVTWWIIApr 5, 1916ElidaArmyJan 17, 1944DNBMadison WisSalem Mennonite, Elida
89BrennemanRobert J.KoreanApr 4, 1930LIMALaFayette-JacksonArmyJan 18, 1954DOWDayton VA HospitalGethsemani101st Airborne
90Brochas/BrouchisJohnCivilNo DateAllen CountyUnion ArmyDec 31, 1862 KIAStones River National, Stones River TNBirth: unknown
Death: Dec. 31, 1862
Rutherford County
Tennessee, USA
Enlisted as a Private into Co F, 64th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 26 October 1861; Killed on 31 December 1862 at Stones River, TN; Buried in Stones River National Cemetery, Stones River, TN; Age - 23

Stones River National Cemetery
Rutherford County
Tennessee, USA

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91BrockRichard S. WWIIOct 25, 1921LIMA HarrodArmyMar 10, 1943DNBWalbalia Wash. Or near Greenville, SCplane crash
92BrodbeckRobert H. PVTWWIINo DateLIMASouth High SchoolArmyJul 21, 1944KIAFrance
93BrokinEarlWWIINo Date  
94BrolierWilliamCivilNo DateSep 02, 1865DOD
95BrownJoseph W. PVTCivilJan 9, 1905Nov 26, 1863DODCorinth, MSCorinth National Cemetery Co B, 81st OVI
96BrownPaul C. WWIILIMACentralJul 03, 1945KIASouth Pacific
97BrownWaer Leroy PFCWWII Mar 29,1921Paulding CoArmy Nov 27, 1943KIAPrairie Chapel Cemetery, Oakwood, Paulding Co.Co.A 853 AVN.ENGR.BN.
98BrubakerJoseph H.WWIILIMAApr 24, 1942MIAPhilippines
99BryanRichard CurtisARM3WWIINo DateLIMADelphos JeffersonNavyJun 18, 1945KIAHonolulu Memorial Lost at SeaBRYAN, Richard Curtis, Aviation Radioman 3c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Bryan, 1220 N. West St., Lima, Ohio. SEE ALSO: http://www.naval-history.net/WW2UScasStateOhio.htm http://uboat.net/allies/warships/ship/9470.html https://ussjohnpauljones.org/us_navy_ships_lost_in_ww2.htm
100BryantDonald PVTWWIINo DateArmyApr 06, 1945KIA
101BucherAmosWWIBlufftonArmyFeb 10, 1919DNB
102BuckmasterCarl E. CPLWWIIApr 2, 1925Shawnee TWPShawnee class of 1943ArmyMar 26, 1945KIAGermanySt Matthews, Lima
103BumgardnerAbrahamCivilNo DateAug 25, 1862DNBHamburg, TNShiloh National Military Park Tenneseedrowned in TN River, Co B, 81st OVI
104Burden MilesWWINo DateLIMAOct 04, 1918KIA
105Burget Bartholomew F.CivilNo DateApr 23, 1865 
106BurkhartIra L. T SGTWWIIBlufftonMar 10, 1944England
107Burkholder George E. PVTWWIIJan 26, 1922BlufftonArmySep 22, 1944KIAFranceReformed Mennonite Cemetery, Bluffton
108Burkholder Harry B. T4WWIIDec 20, 1919LIMAArmyJul 23, 1944DNBnear TunisMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
109Burkholder Jason E.AfghanistanNo DateFeb 08, 2009DOW
110Butcher Lowell L.WWIAug 24, 1898LIMAArmyJul 23, 1918KIAFrance***FIRST SOLDIER KILLED IN ACTION

Son of Alexander and Lulu (Swank) Butcher; born August 24, 1897 in Jay County, Indiana. Occupation: Laborer. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army in August 1917 at Lima, Ohio. Sent to Camp Sheridan, Alabama; transferred to Camp Hancock, Georgia; assigned to Company L, 38th Infantry, 3rd Division. Embarked for overseas in Spring of 1918. Participated in Aisne Defensive, Champagne, Marne Defensive, Aisne-Marne Offensive. Killed in action on July 23, 1918 while crossing Marne River. Died at age 20 years, 11 months. Time in service: 11 months.
111Buti CharlesWWINo DateLIMAArmySep 29, 1918KIA
112Callahan Thomas O.WWINo DateNavyJun 14, 1918KIALost at seaSee Naval History Web Site
113Cameron James E. SSGTWWIINo DateArmyOct 03, 1944KIAManila American CemeteryService: U.S. Army Air Forces, 371st Bomber
Squadron, 307th Bomber Group, Heavy Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with 6 Oak Leaf Clusters, Purple Heart
114CampbellHurst V. WWIOct 14, 2012Oct 06, 1918DODBaimore, MDGreenlawn Cemetery, Columbus, OHpneumonia
115Campbell James TheodoreWWIINo Date May 17, 1946DNBPlane crash between Rangoon & Calcutta
116Campbell Ronald G. PFCKoreanNo DateSouth High SchoolMarine CorpsJul 15, 1952DNBCamp Lejeune, NCMemorial Park Cemetery of Limafell from a telephone pole
117Campbell SamuelCivilNo DateMar 11, 1865DOD
118Campbell William G. PVTCivilNo DateMar 15, 1863DODCorinth, MSCorinth National Cemetery Co G, 81st OVI
119Carey AndersonCivilNo DateOct 28, 1862 
120Carolus JacobCivilNo DateUnion ArmyMay 31, 1864DOWTenneseeChattanooga Natl
121CarolusCharles CPLWWIIAug 26, 1913LimaSouth High SchoolArmy Air CorpsJun 20, 1945KIS DNBPhilippinesShawnee Cemeterymay be July not June
122CarseNathan B.AfghanistanNo DateHarrodAllen East class of 1997ArmyFeb 08, 2011KIAKandahar Province
123Cattell Merlin Lee PFCKoreanOct 28, 1930South High SchoolArmyNov 28, 1950POWSt Matthews, LimaKorean war project 4770
124Chambers John F. SGTCivilNo DateNov 29, 1864KIASpring Hill, TNNashville National CemeteryCo E, 26th OVI
125Champion Eli PVTCivilNo DateSep 12, 1863DODPocahontas, TNCorinth National Cemetery Co B, 81st OVI
126ChavousKing PVTWWIILIMACentralArmy Air CorpsAug 12,1944DNBat homeclass of 1942
127Chipman Albert D.CivilNo DateJul 18, 1864DOD
128Crist Garry PVTWWIMar 9, 1905HarrodArmyMar 22, 1918KIAair raid Chaulnes, FrancePreston Cemetery Alger, OhioEncamped with 148 Aer Squadron
129Clapper Ira RayWWINo DateLIMAOct 13, 1918DOD
130Clark Lester BurdetteCoxwainWWIINo DateBlufftonNavyAug 09, 1942 Savo IslandUSS Vincennes
131ClarkRaymond V. PFCWWIISep 3, 1918Auglaize Co.ArmyApr 30, 1945KIAMunich, GermanyElm Grove Cemetery, St. Marys20 tank bn 20 armd div
132Clawson HiramCivil 1831Mar 11, 1864DODKnoxville, TNKnoxville National
133Clawson Norman Jr. PFCWWIIOct 17, 1923DelphosMarine CorpsJun 18, 1944DOWSaipan, Northern Mariana IslandsWalnut Grove – Delphos
134Clayton John Newton CPLWWINov 24, 2019ArmyOct 05, 1918KIAFrancelast name may be Clayter or Claytor According to AC Museum
135ClementsErnest Gerald PVTWWIMarine CorpsOct 10, 1918DOWFrance
136Clippinger Samuel D.CivilNo DateAug 07, 1864KIAAtlanta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo G, 81st OVI
137Close Joseph H. PVTCivilJan 12, 1905RockportJun 12, 1862DODRockport Cem, Rockport,OHEnlisted as a Private into E, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 1 September 1861; Died of disease on 12 June 1862 at Rockport, OH; Buried in Rockport, OH; Resident of Rockport, OH; Age - 23
138Cochran George W.CivilNo DateLIMAOct 13, 1864DODMillen, GA
139Coddington Robert E. CPLWWIINo DateArmySep 22, 1944KIAmay be from Allen County, IN
140Coffey Robert G. PVTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyJun 08, 1945DNBGermany - jeep accidentLuxemburg Memorial Cemetery
141ColemanRalph Lowell PVTWWIIAug 8, 1913ArmyMay 7, 1945DOWNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific born in Lima
142Collier Clarence F.WWINo DateLIMAJul 27, 1918KIA
143CollinsRobert J. PVTWWII1925LIMA formerlyArmyDec 04, 1944KIAGermanyBellevue Cemetery, Huron County7th Army
144Conaway Arthur Bob WWIIDec 30, 1913CentralArmyOct 08, 1945DNBGethsemani Cemetery Lima, OHheart attack 119 Inf. 30 Div.
145Conrad Chester D. T SGTWWII1924LIMASouth High SchoolArmyMay 07, 1945DNBCologne, GermanyMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaKILLED IN ACTION - T. Sgt. Chester D. Conrad, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Conrad, 709 E. Kibby-st, was killed in action May 7 in Germany, the War department recently informed his parents. A graduate of South high schoo, Sgt. Conrad entered the service in October, 1943, training at Keesler Field, Miss., and went overseas last December. At the time of his death, he was a radio-gunner on a B-24, based in England. (The Lima News, Lima, OH, Sunday, May 27, 1945, p. 5, Col. 3)
146Conway Samuel PVTCivilNo DateMay 26, 1864KIADallas, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo D, 70th OVI
147Cook James S.CivilNo DateOhio81St Ohio Vol. Inf.Dec 16, 1864DODLouisvilleCave Hill Natl. Louisville, KYBirth: unknown
Death: Dec. 16, 1864
Jefferson County
Kentucky, USA
Enlisted as a Private on 19 July 1862; Mustered into Co A, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 1 October 1862; Died of disease on 16 December 1864 at Louisville, KY; Buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, KY; Age - 19

Cave Hill Cemetery
Jefferson County
Kentucky, USA
Plot: Section C, Lot Range 77 Private Cook died in Clay General Hospital, Louisville, KY from chronic diarrhea.
148Coon Willliam Robert T5WWIIJun 8, 1923LIMAArmyMay 24, 1945DNBLuzonWoodlawn Cemetery, Limaelectric shock
149Cordell Arthur P.CivilNo DateJul 06, 1864DODKingston, TN
150CoreEdgar E. PFCWWIISpencervilleMarine CorpsMar 19, 1945KIAPacific OceanUSS Franklin
151Corrello Chester Lloyd “Chuck”PFCKoreanFeb 25, 1931LIMASouth High SchoolMarine CorpsJul 30, 1951KIASouth KoreaMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaWeapons Co, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division
152Cottrell John F. SSGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyDec 25, 1944KIAEurope
153Couer Clyde ElmerWWIMar 10, 1905LIMAArmyNov 02, 1918KIAMeuse Argonne Sector, FranceAuglaize CemeteryCo E, 359th Inf
154Couer George E. SGTWWIIAug 1, 1916LIMACentralArmyJul 11,1944KIANew Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, IN
155Counselor Benjamin F.CivilNo DateDec 01, 1864 
156Cowdon IsaacCivilNo DateDec 29, 1863KIA
157Crawfis Donald Edwin PVTWWIIAug 25, 1918Columbus GrovePandoraArmyNov 18, 1942DNBHawaiigun shot wounds
158Cremean James D.CivilApr, 1838Jul 13, 1864DOWRome, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GA, Allentown CemeteryCo H, 32nd OVI
159Criblez Robert Milburn PFCWWIIJun 03,1921Hancock Co.BlufftonArmyJan 07, 1946DNBwounded in OkinawaThompson Cemetery, Orange Twp3
160Crider Harvey Allen Jr First WWIIDec 17, 1915LIMACentralArmyApr 28, 1943DNBGreenlandSt Matthews, LimaB-17 pilot
161Crossley Thomas D. PVTCivil!840May 09, 1864KIAResaca, GAChattanooga NatlCo B, 81st OVI
162CrumrineLeonard A. CPLWWIIJan 24, 1927Air ForceDec 10, 1946DNBItami AAB Honshu, JapanAuglaize Cemetery58th
163Culver WilliamCivilNo DateJul 06, 1863 
164Curl Harold D. PFCWWIINo DateLIMAArmyFeb 19, 1945KIAGermany
165CusterClyde Richard PFCWWIIAug 31,1924LIMASouth High SchoolMarine CorpsSep 14,1944KIASouth Pacific Palau invasionCairo cemetery6th Amphibious Battlion, 1st Division, brother to Donald
166Custer Donald Leroy PVTWWIIAug 11, 1923LIMASouth High SchoolArmyJul 01, 1944DOWItaly near RomeCairo cemetery34th division, brother to Clyde
167Dahill Douglas Edward SSGTVietnamMar 6, 1949LimaLima SeniorArmyApr 17, 1969KIA MIAVietnamArlington NationalService number. 289403121
168DaileyWayne CPLWWIIBlufftonApr 08, 1945Palawan Island
169Daon John A. Jr. PVTWWIIMar 28, 1905ArmyOct 14, 1944KIAGermanyMansfield Catholic Cemetery, Mansfield
170Daniels GeorgeCivilNo DateMay 07, 1862 
171Darling John A.CivilNo DateJun 09, 1864KIAMount Sterling, KY
172Darling Thomas M.CivilNo DateJul 14, 1862DOW
173Davidson George W. PVTCivilJan 15, 1905Dec 01, 1864POW/DODSalisbury Prison, NCSalisbury National Cemetery
174Davidson Kenneth Jr. PFCWWIINo DateDelphosMarine CorpsJul 25, 1944 Timan Islandmemorial poem
175Davis Corporal Abner R.WWIAPR 15, 1892Gomer Dec 11, 1918DODNormandyPike Run Cemetery Gomer
176DavisClarence E.ACM1WWIILIMAMar 27, 1945MIASouth Pacific
177Davis James D. T5WWIINo DateLIMASt. RoseArmyAug 09, 1944KIAFranceBrittany American Cemetery St. James, France
178Davis JuliusWWINo DateLIMAJan 30, 1918DOD 
179Davis William H.CivilNo DateFeb 16, 1864 
180Dear Wilbur WrightWWIINo DateLIMAJul 06, 1943MIASouth Pacific
181DeedsMinard G. PFCWWIIBlufftonRawsonMarine CorpsJun 15, 1944KIASaipanPleasant View Cemetery HS class of 1937, Bluffton College grad !942
182DegarmoEdward E. COMWWIILIMACentralJun 03, 1945over Okinawa
183Dehart William P.CivilNo DateDec 16, 1864DODat homeCo A, 81st Ohio
184Demetriov TreantafilosPVTWWINo DateLIMAOct 09, 1918 DOD
185Dennis Gene Aon KoreanDec 27, 1925Air ForceSep 28, 1952MIANorth Koreapilot FOD Dec 31, 1953
186Depiazza Petro PVTWWIDec 1, 2012Army Sep 12, 1918KIASt Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, FranceAllen County Museum records spell his name Pietro DiPiazzo. Born in Italy.
187Depler AlbertWWINo Date  
188DepplerAbrahamWWIMarine CorpsJul 16, 1918KIAFranceAisne-Marne American Cemetery & Memorial,Belleau, Dept de l'Aisne, Picardie,France555949615
189Dersham William PVTCivilNo DateMar 19, 1865KIABentonville, NCRaleigh National CemeteryCo A,33rd OVI
190Desenberg Donald ArthurWWIINo DateLIMAMay 28, 1945FODSouth Pacific
191Dewine Robert Bruce SGTVietnamJul 25, 1950LIMAArmyMay 14, 1971 Quang Nam, Provence VietnamSt Brigid Cemetery, Xenia, OH
192DickmanGeorge CPLWWIIDelphosDec 19, 1944MIABelgium
193DillehayEarl JrWWIILIMACentralNavyDec 21, 1944DNBOgden, Utahtrains crashed
194DimondJoseph G.WWIAug 29, 1919DOW – Chemical
195Ditto David M. SSGTWWIIOct 6, 1915DelphosArmyApr 15, 1945DNBAssam, IndiaWalnut Grove – Delphosdrowning
196Dodds Roy F. SSGTWWIINo DateLIMANov 15, 1944Franceor Nov 5
197Downs FloydCivilNo DateUnion ArmyJan 14, 1863DOW rcvd @ Corinth, MSSt. Louis, MoJefferson Barracks National CemeteryFloyd Downs
The headstone is hard to read, also the database has his site location at Site 60, Lot 10837, also his year of death is 1832, according to the database at JB.
Added by Travis Franklin on Jan 24, 2015 2:57 PM
Birth unknown
Death: Jan. 14, 1863
Saint Louis
St. Louis County
Missouri, USA
Enlisted as a Corporal into Co B, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 30 August 1861; Died on 14 January 1863 in Hospital at St. Louis, MO from wounds received on 3 October 1862 at Corinth, MS; Buried in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, MO

Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
St. Louis County
Missouri, USA

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Record added: Oct 25, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30853179
198Dudgeon Calvin Warren PVTWWIIMar 24, 1925BlufftonArmyJan 04, 1944DNBFargo, NDMaple Grove Cemetery, Blufftonmilitary hospital of spinal meningitis
199Dunlap Preston J.CivilNo DateAug 12, 1864 
200Eaken Fred PVTWWINo DateLIMAMay 19, 1919DOD
201Early Richard E. PFCWWIIJan 7, 1925LaFayetteAllen EastArmyMay 14, 1945KIAOkinawaLewis Grove Cemetery Bath TWP
202Eastman DanielCivilJan 15, 1905Nov 13, 1863DOD / POWRichmond, VARichmond National CemeteryCo B, 45th,
203Edgecomb Lewis A. PVTCivilNo DateJul 21, 1864KIAAtlanta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo f, 32nd OVI
204Edmonds PeterCivilNo DateFeb 13, 1865 New Bern, NCNew Bern National Cemetery North CarolinaCo G, 89th Ohio
205Eichenlaub RayWWIINo DateLIMAMay 17, 1943 Pearl Harbor
206ElwoodLewis N. SSGTWWIISep 11, 1922AdaArmy Air CorpsFeb 10, 1944KIAAttlebridge, EnglandDesenberg, Jackson Twp, Allen Co.previously wounded in Germany on Dec 22, 1943, B-17, Fly Fortress crew
207Emig Charles E. PFCWWIIMay 20, 1919LIMAArmyJul 09, 1944KIASaipanNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
208EutslerJohn Wesley CPLVietnamApr 19, 1948Spencerville, OHArmyJan 31, 1969KIATay Ninh Province Vietnam
209Fair Thomas JCivilNo DateMay 27, 1864DODChattanooga, TNChattanooga NatlEnlisted as a Private into Co A, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 19 February 1864; Died of disease on 27 May 1864 at Chattanooga, TN; Buried in Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN; Age - 27
210Faer Clement M. First 1WWIINo DateDelphosArmyNov 08, 1942KIAMoroccoSt Charles Center Cemetery, Carthagena, Mercer CountyCatholic army chaplain
211Faulkner Silas W. CPLCivilNo DateJun 22, 1863KIAVicksburg, MSVicksburg National CemeteryCo D, 54th OVI
212Faze Gerald N. 1st 1WWIILIMACentralArmyNov 13, 1944KIAFranceAstaetter Cemetery Cairo, OH
213Fenner John E. Jr.WWINo DateLIMAMay 23, 1917DOD
214Fett Merrill W. PFCWWIINo DateJackson TownshipArmyApr 25 1944DNBEnglandDesenberg, Jackson Twp, Allen Co.
215FiedlerWilliam F. WWIIJun 5, 1920LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsJun 30, 1943DNBPacific OceanNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Fiedler was killed in an accident, on June 30, 1943. While in the cockpit of his Airacobra on the ground, he was hit by a P-38 that suffered an engine failure, and both aircraft exploded. Fielder was pulled from the buring wreckage unconscious and was burned beyond recognition, and died hours later. Aerial Victories Officially Credited to Fiedler:
January 26, 1943 - 1 x Zero Mark 2 (Hamp)
February 4, 1943 - 1 victory
June 12, 1943 - 1 victory
June 16, 1943 - 2 victories
TOTAL = 5 victories
216Finlay Leonard E PFCKoreanSep 8, 1931DelphosArmyAug 13, 1950KIAnear Taegu, KoreaSAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OH
217Finn John Burke “Jack”PFCKoreanJun 4, 1930LIMAArmyJul 10, 1952KIASouth KoreaGethsemaniCo F, 279th Inf Reg, 45th Inf Div , Korean war project 9268
218Fiscarrelli SabastianoWWINo DateLIMAOct 18, 1918DOD
219Fisher Claude M. 1st 1WWIIFeb 27, 1916LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsApr 27, 1945MIAGuam
220Fisher John Theodore CPLKoreanNov 4, 1932LIMACentralMarine CorpsJul 25, 1952DOWhospital ship, USS ReposeMemorial Park Cemetery of Limabrother to Robert
221Fisher JonathanMexicanNo DateAug 01, 1848 
222Fisher Robert Jr SSGTKoreanMay 21, 1927LIMACentralMarine CorpsJul 24, 1952DOWhospital ship, USS ReposeMemorial Park Cemetery of Limabrother to John
223Fitzgerald Bernard F. PFCWWIIFeb 3, 1918LIMASt GerardArmyMay 01, 1945DOWOkinawaNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
224Flanagan Harold F CPLWWIIFeb 19, 1923DelphosArmyJan 31, 1945DNBEnglandSAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OH
225Fletcher Robert A. PFCWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyJun 20, 1944DOWFranceClass of 1943
226Fogle Robert MionCivilJan 10, 1905Sep 04, 1864KIALoevjoy Station, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo A, 20th Ohio
227Ford William G. CPLWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyFeb 05, 1943KIAPhilippines
228Forgeson John T.CivilNo DateJan 01, 1864 
229Foster Donald Sylvester SSGTKoreanSep. 10, 1925LIMAMarine CorpsDec 05, 1950MIA Body RecoveredFort Rosecrans National CemeteryPublished The Lima News 13 Dec 1953
Lima Marine, Missing 3 Years, Reported As Dead Three years after he was reported missing in Korea, a Lima Marine, S Sgt Donald S Foster, has been listed as killed in action. Mrs David Foster, 817 N Elizabeth St, his mother, was notified by Gen G C Thomas, Marine Corps commandant, that "a finding of death' had been made.Sgt Foster was sent to Korea in July of 1950, then was wounded in September of the same year. A wire chief in the First Marine Division, he first was reported missing Dec 5, 1950.A graduate of St John's High School, he enlisted in the Marine Corps in July 1953, and continued in service thereafter.Born Sept 10, 1925, Sgt Foster served in the Asiatic theater of operations during World War II and was stationed in Guam two years.His widow, Mary Agnes Foster, and two children, Donna, 6, and Daniel, 3, live in Oceanside, Calif. In addition to his mother, two brother, Robert, Toledo and Fred F, 819 N Elizabeth st survive
230Foust Howard Eugene T4WWIIMay 15, 1924Jan 26, 1946DNBJapanMemorial Park Cemetery of Limadied of smallpox
231Foust Kenneth Edward CPLVietnamFeb 20, 1950LIMALCCArmySep 05, 1969KIAGethsemani
232FoustWilliam E. T4WWIIArmyDNB
233Fowler Richard Raymond PVTWWIINo Date LIMAArmyAug 10, 1944KIAFrance Battle of Saint LoBrittany American Cemetery
234FowlerRaymond PVTWWIILIMAJun 06, 1944France
235Fraley Albert O. MJRWWIINo DateArmyMay 07, 1943DNBWoodland Cemetery & Arboretum, Dayton
236Francis William R.WWINo DateOct 19, 1918DOD
237Franklin Nathaniel G.CivilJan 15, 1905LIMAMay 14, 1862DODCincinnati hospitalPerry Chapel CemeteryCo B, 81st OVI
238Frazier Daniel W.CivilNo DateAug 26, 1864POW
239Fredrick JohnCivilNo DateMay 10, 1865 
240French Waer R. SGTWWIINo DateDelphosDec 07,1941KIAPearl Harbor
241Fries Val A. PVTWWIINo DateLIMA Nov 05, 1944 France
242Frisca Gilbert P. PFCWWIINo DateArmyOct 11, 1944KIA
243Fryar Park H. SGTCivilNo DateJul 03, 1864DOWChattanooga, TNChattanooga NatlCo B, 99th OVI
244Frysinger Marvin PFCKoreanAug 19, 1928Jul 12, 1950KIADaejeon Metropolitan City South KoreaBuckland Cemetery
245Fullingham AlexanderCivilNo DateFeb 12, 1862DOD
246Fulmer Abraham CPLCivilNo DateOct 03, 1862KIACorinth, MSCorinth National Cemetery Co B, 81st OVI
247Gaberdiel Harold R. CPLKoreanJul 1, 1930SpencervilleArmyJun 29, 1952KIASpencerville Cemetery Korean war project 10083
248Gallagher James C. SGTWWIIAug 1, 1923LIMASt. GerardArmy Air CorpsJan 03, 1944DNBArizonaGethsemani Cemetery Lima, OH
249Gallagher William PaulPVTWWINo DateLIMASt RoseArmyJun 24, 1918KIAWilliam Paul Gallagher was born to Rosa Kingsley Gallagher and William Gallagher on April 3, 1896 in Lima, Ohio. He grew up on Lima’s northside as a member of St. Rose Parish and a student of the parish school. He was a 1914 graduate of St. Rose High School. For three years after his graduation he worked at Wentworth and Dean Electrical.
On April 6, 1917 the United States declared war on Germany after the country resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare. Six weeks later on May 19, 1917 William Paul Gallagher enlisted in the United States Army as did many young men in Lima. On June 13, 1918, he wrote his last letter home from France scan0007 e1424112242451 300x1951saying “Am still alive and in the best heah and spirit. Can’t keep an Irishman down” He signed off with “I am as ever, your devoted soldier son W.P.G.
On June 24 he was killed in action by a bursting artillery shell as he strung barbed wire near is position in the Aisne-Marne defensive sector near Chateau-Thierry. He was the first man from Allen County, Ohio killed in action in the World War. He was interred in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery in Belleau, France in Plot A, Row 13 Grave 40.
After the armistice on November 11, 1918 American soldiers in Paris waiting to return home, formed a veterans mutual aid organization and named it “The American Legion”. It was chartered by congress in September 1919. In October 1919 veterans of the World War in Lima Ohio were granted a charter from the national organization and were designated Post#96. In keeping with customs from the day they names their post after a deceased hero, William Paul Gallagher, the first man from Allen County, Ohio killed in action in France.
250Gallaspie Wilson B. PFCWWIIMay 29, 1918ArmyMay 27, 1945DNBWalnut Grove – Delphosauto accident
251Gallaway William H PFCWWIINo DateShawnee TWPShawneeMarine CorpsSep 23, 1944 Peleliu Palau Islandor Galloway
252Gannon George H. PFCWWIIJan 29, 1916ArmyOct 06, 1944KIAJefferson Barracks National Cemetery
253Garrett Levi PVTCivilJan 18, 1905Jul 28, 1864KIAAtlanta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo E, 81st OVI
254Garrison Daniel Lee SKSNVietnamJan 14, 1947LIMALima SeniorNavyDec 26, 1966DNB Quang Nam Province, South VietnamGethsemani Cemetery Lima, OhioDied while Missing- Assigned to SUPPLY OPS, NAVSUPACT DANANG, USNAVFORV, CLASS OF 1965
255Garrison Howard B.WWIINo DateLIMASep 28, 1944DNBMinneapolisor Aug,1944
256Gary Kenneth R. Second 2WWIIMay 12, 1917DelphosDelphos JeffersonArmySep 17, 1943DNBIndianapolis, INWalnut Grove – Delphos
257Gaskill Jacob PVTCivilNo DateMar 20, 1864DODKnoxville, TNKnoxville NationalStone says Feb 24, 1864, Co A, 118th OVI
258Gates Orrin Francis PVTCivilNo DateMay 03, 1863DODFranklin Hill, TNStones River National Cemetery Co B, 125th Ohio
259Gatton Albert G.CivilNo DateJan 13, 1863DODCorinth, MSCorinth National Cemetery unknown
Death: Jan. 13, 1863
Alcorn County
Mississippi, USA
Enlisted as a Private on 22 July 1862; Mustered into Co A, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 1 October 1862; Died of disease on 13 January 1863 at Corinth, MS; Buried in Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth, MS; Age - 43

Corinth National Cemetery
Alcorn County
Mississippi, USA
260Gaugh Donald E. SGTWWIIJan 25, 1925LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsAug 16, 1944KIAEurope
261GeigerDonald E. PFCWWIINo DateLIMACentralMarine CorpsSep 30, 1944 Peleliu
262GeiseWillis J.PVTWWINo DateLIMASep 30, 1918KIA
263GeorgeNicholas Jr. CPLKoreanJun 26, 1929LIMASouth High SchoolArmyOct 10, 1951KIAGethsemani Cemetery, Spencerville Rd. Lima, OHCpl. Nicholas J. George, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Metro George, 1010 S. Union-st, was killed in action in Korea Oct. 10, according to a Defense department telegram received Saturday by the parents.

Cpl. George was killed while serving as a forward observer with Co. K, 14th Infantry regiment, 25th Infantry division.

He entered the Army Jan. 3. After basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky., he went overseas May 7.

Born June 26, 1929, in Lima, Cpl. George was graduated from South high school in 1947. Prior to entering service, he was employed at George's Market, 906 E. Second-st, which is operated by his mother.

Surviving in addition to his parents are two sisters, Mrs. Jerome Griffo, Route 4, and Mrs. Collins Hess, 1026 S. Central-av, and a brother, Pvt. Michael George, Sampson Air Force base, Geneva, N.Y.

(published in The Lima News, Sunday, October 28, 1951, page 1)
264GeorgeNickWWIINo Date  
265GerodLouis H. PVTCivilNo DateMay 11, 1864DODNashville, TNNashville National CemeteryCo H,74th OVI
266GierhartHarold A. PVTWWIIOct 4, 1924LIMABlume High SchoolArmyFeb 21, 1944MIASicily-Rome American Cemetery & Memorial wall/tablet133rd Inf Reg 34th Inf Div
267GilmoreWilliam R. PVTWWIINo DateLIMASt. Rose/CentralArmyJun 06, 1944KIANormandy American Cemetery and Memorial
AWARDS: Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge, American Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal
268GoodwinIra C.WWINo DateJul 29, 1918KIA
269Goonan JamesGMCWWIFeb 15, 1886LIMANavyDec 17, 1917DNBLost at sea
270Gordon Harry M.WWINo DateLIMAJul 10, 1918DOD
271Gossard David Eugene PFCVietnamJan 24, 1947LIMALima SeniorArmySep 20, 1967DOWMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaCook with C troop, 1st Cavalry Division. Received munition wounds from a Viet Cong booby trap which exploded in a stove he was trying to light. Class of 1965.
272Gottfried John PVTSpanishNo DateLIMAArmy'Sep 28, 1898DODCamp Poland Knoxville, TNKnoxville NationalCamp John S. Poland, Knoxville, TN (See Camp Bob Taylor at Knoxville and Camp Wilder)
• Named after the Brig. General who was the first commanding officer of the second division of the First Corps. The August 13, 1898 Army and Navy Journal reported that Poland died August 8 at Asheville, North Carolina of fever contracted at Chickamauga. He is buried at Westerly, R.I.
• This camp was established because of the overcrowding at Camp Thomas. General McKee and the second division of the First Corps moved from Camp Thomas to Camp Poland beginning about August 22, 1898. The new camp was named Camp Poland about August 21, 1898. The camp was abandoned in early January, 1899 except for the hospital at Turner Park, which stayed open until mid-February, 1899.
• The regiments at Camp Poland began leaving as early as mid-September, 1898. By December, only two regiments were left in camp. The 6th Ohio left in late December on its way to Cuba. The 31st Mich. left January 9, 1899 for Savannah and uimately on to Cuba.
• Part of the camp was located near the site of Camp Wilder. The front page of the August 30, 1898 Knoxville Sentinel has a map of the initial configuration of troops at Camp Poland. The division headquarters and first brigade were camped near the site of Camp Wilder. The third brigade was camped to the north at Lonsdale, northwest of the railroad shops, and the second brigade was camped just south of Lincoln Park, northwest of Broadway Street. The division hospital was at Turner Park, east of the second brigade’s camp. Turner Park was east of Broadway at about Cecil Avenue. The grandstand was used as a hospital building. The 4th Tenn. camp became a part of Camp Poland. The brigade camps were all within one to one and one-half miles of each other. Regiments moved to some other locations including Glenwood after the initial camps were established.
• According to the August 20, 1898 Knoxville Sentinel, the first brigade camp was at the rear of the Brookside cotton mill and east of the site of Camp Wilder.
• Ahough Knoxville city officials tried to have the division remain there, the army was reorganized in early October
273GracelyLarry AllanVietnamApr 26, 1947LIMAShawneeNavyJun 03, 1969Collision At Sea – MIASouth China SeaLost at seaClass of 1965
274Graessle Carl Benjamin SGTWWIFeb 2, 2019Nov 30, 1918DOWSpencerville
275GrahamJames L. PFCWWIILIMAJan 09, 1945MIAFrance
276Gratz Homer Jr. 2nd WWIINo DateBlufftonJan 16, 1945MIAMarshal Islands
277Gray John MathiasWWINov 20, 2018HarrodArmyOct 17, 1918DODWestminster Salem
278Gray Roscoe CPLWWINo DateArmyJul 31, 1918KIA
279GriffithLeonard SRT3CWWIILIMANavyJul 30, 1945MIALeyteLost at seaCruiser Indianapolis sunk
280Grimm James S. CPLWWIINo DateArmyOct 10, 1942DNBPhilippines POWPurple Heart
281Gruber Kenneth Dole,FNWWIINo DateNavyMay 28, 1945KIAAt sea Lost at seaDD-741 sunk by kamikaze
282Guthrie Thomas F.WWIINov 23, 1919ArmyJan 21, 1945DNBFoster Field, TexasSt Marys Cemetery, Wakeman, Huron Co.
283Guthrie William A.WWINo DateLIMAFeb 25, 1919DOD
284Hager Robert D. Jr. SGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyJul 19, 1943DNBLincoln, NebraskaMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
285Haines Robert H. CPTWWIINo DateArmy DNB
286Hale John Jr. PFCVietnamFeb 9, 1950LaFayetteAllen East ArmyApr 13, 1969KIAPreston Cemetery Alger, Ohio101st Airborne
287Hale Russell SSGTWWIINov 24, 1922Army Air CorpsJul 12, 1944KIALuxembourgBody lost or destroyedSon of Alice Hale who resided in Myrtle, Kentucky.

Russell served as a Staff Sergeant and Radio Operator on B-17G "Curley's Kids" #42-102606, 550th Bomber Squadron, 385th Bomber Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He resided in Allen County, Ohio prior to the war.

He enlisted in the Army on January 5, 1943 in Toledo, Ohio. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed in the production of ferrous and nonferrous metals and also as Single, with dependents.

Russell was "Killed In Action" when his B-17 was collided into by B-17G "Off Spring" #42-31917 which suffered from "prop wash" from the B-17 in front of it over Perele, Luxembourg during the war. A total of nine parachutes were seen to leave both aircraft.

He was awarded the Air Medal and the Purple Heart.

He is interred in a "Hale Cemetery" in either Ohio or Kentucky.
288Haley Paul E. PVTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyMar 02, 1945KIAGermanyHenri Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium
289Hall Jethro PVTCivilNo DateAug 29, 1864DOWMarietta, GAMarietta National Cemetery Cobb Cnty, Marietta, GACo I, 46th OVI
290Hall Philip R. PVTWWIIOct 24, 1913DelphosArmyNov 18, 1944KIAGermanyWalnut Grove – Delphos
291Hall Hobart E. PVTWWIIJan 16, 1923BlufftonArmyJun 20, 1944DNBPierre, SDPreston Cemetery Alger, Ohio
292Halleron William PVTWWINo DateLIMAArmyFeb 08, 1919DODFranceSuresnes American Cemetery, France
293Hamion Robert PVTCivilNo DateMay 23, 1864DODChattanooga NatlCo C, 79th OVI
294Hanes Clarence E. CPLKoreanMar 12, 1923ShawneeJul 31, 1952 Woodlawn Cemetery
295Hanson Lewis A.CivilNo DateFeb 01, 1863 
296Hardesty Harvey R. PFCWWIIMay 27, 1919LIMAArmy Feb 27, 1945KIAZachary Taylor National Cemetery
297Harrington HomerWWINo DateOct 27, 1917KIA
298Harrod Franklin Dick 2nd WWIINo DateLaFayetteArmyDec 24, 1944KIAover EnglandWestminster Salem
299Harter Francis M.CivilNo DateSep 3, 1863DOD
300Harter JosephCivilNo DateApr 18, 1865 
301HartliebPaulWWIIDelphosMerchant MarinesMar 07, 1942FODoff Capetown, South Africa
302Hartshorn ElmerCivilNo DateJul 12, 1864 
303Hastings R.W. M MSGTWWIINo DateLIMAApr 13, 1942 San Francisco
304Hay Richard S. PFCWWIINo DateLIMASouth High SchoolArmyJul 16, 1943KIASicilyWoodlawn Cemetery class of 1938
305Hayes George W. PFCWWIIJun 3, 1918ArmyNov 26, 1943 DNBChinaWoodlawn Cemetery Battery K, 59th Coast Artillery Corps
306Hazzard Louis Timothy PFCVietnamSep 14, 1948LimaLima SeniorMarine CorpsJan 09, 1968KIA Explosive DeviceQuang Tri ProvinceMemorial Park St Rt 309Louis Timothy Hazzard
ON THE WALL:Panel 34E Line 7
Home of RecordLima, OH
Date of birth:09/14/1948
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Service:United States Marine Corps
Grade at loss:E2
Rank/Rate:Private First Class
ID No:2342206
Length Service:00
Start Tour:11/25/1967
Incident Date:01/09/1968
Casuay Date:01/09/1968
Age at Loss:19
Location:Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam
Remains:Body recovered
Casuay Type:Hostile, died outright
Casuay Reason:Ground casuay
Casuay Detail:Other explosive device
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307HefnerEdwardWWIDec 31, 32767ArmyOct 10, 1918DODBethlehem, Jackson TWP,Bodies of Heroes of World War will Arrive Friday for Burial Here
The bodies of John Gale Tabler and Edward Heffner, Allen-co soldiers who died while in service of the U. S. in France, are due to arrive in Lima Friday over the B & O railroad. They reached America on the steamship with the body of Major Benjamin B. Metheany and whose funeral was held Tuesday, but they were longer getting away from the port of entry. Bodies were shipped from Hoboken Wednesday. Heffner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heffner, Marion-rd and Tabler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tabler residing near Lima. Funeral arrangements will be completed upon arrival of the bodies in Lima. They will be taken to the Williams & Davis mortuary, W. Market-st. [Lima News - Jan 6, 1921]
308HefnerKlor .WWIIJan 30, 1918WaynesfieldArmyDec 18, 1944KIAGermanyBethlehem, Jackson TWP, Marker OnlyIn General Patton's 3rd Army Listed as from Harrod, Oio in 1930 – Source- NewsPaper Archives
309HemmeGeorge H.WWIMar 3, 2012DelphosArmyNov 01, 1918KIASAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OH
310HendersonSamuel B.CivilNo Date Jan 08, 1861Perry Chapel CemeteryDied Jan 8, 1861, buried at Perry Chapel Cemetery
311HenkleErrol Leo CPLWWIJul 19, 2018HarrodArmyOct 15, 1918DOWNew Pleasant Hill, Roundhead
312HensleyHenderson PVTWWIIMar 10, 1923ArmyJun 20, 1944KIAFrancePreston Cemetery Alger, OhioBody returned Jun 27, 1948. Listed as Kenton & also Lafayette. 357 Inf.
313HillWilliam A. CPLCivilNo DateJan 10, 1863DODMurfreesboro, TNStones River National Cemetery Co A, 99th OVI
314HippyFred C. Jr MJRWWIILIMAAug 06, 1945China
315HipsherSamuel PVTCivilJan 16, 1905Dec 25, 1861DODat home in Shannon, OHShannon CemeteryCo G, 57th OVI
316Hire Bryan JasperWWIOct 13, 2018LIMAArmyApr 27, 1918DODWoodlawn
317HireslandHerbert E. PVTWWINo DateLIMAArmyOct 18, 1918DOD
318Hite AbrahamCivilNo DateFeb 07, 1865 
319Hittle Roger E. PFCKoreanMar 20, 1931ArmyNov 26, 1950MIA/FODNorth Korea8th Airborne Ranger Co, FOD Dec 31, 1953
320Hoerth Edward A.SGTWWIINo DateArmyMar 31, 1945FODMarvin found date of Mar 30, 1944 B-24H MACR #03696 Plane S/N 42-52519 723rd Bomber Squadron, 450th Bomber Group, Heavy
321Hofman WaerWWIINo DateLIMAOct 25, 1944 Philippines
322Hollaway T.A.MexicanNo DateArmyJan 20, 1847KIA
323HolmesJohn B. CPLWWIILIMAJun 06, 1945Okinawa
324HosclawHarold J. T. SGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmySep 18, 1943FODNorth Africa
325Hooker Charles Henry “Chick”KoreanSep 28, 1927LIMASouth High SchoolArmySep 20, 1950KIAKoreaMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaCo B, 8th Cavalry, Korean war project 13699
326Hooper IsaacCivilNo DateJan 17, 1864 
327HouserEarl A.WWIIPesotum, ILArmy Air CorpsMar 18, 1942DNB Allen CountyP 39
328HouxLester,Jr. Lance LANCE CPLVietnamJul 26, 1948LIMAAlgerMarine CorpsSep 10, 1967KIAQuang Nam, Provence VietnamPreston Cemetery Alger, Ohio
329Howard Myron E. SGTWWIIOct 7, 1917DelphosArmyApr 17, 1945KIAWalnut Grove – Delphos
330Hoy Raymond R. SGTWWIISep 16, 1918LIMASouth High SchoolArmyJun 03, 1944KIAItalyMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
331Hoyt James DonaldMM1WWIINo DateLIMAJul 24, 1943 Australia
332Huber Bernard W. PVTWWIIMar 23, 1905Army DOW
333Hughes David M.CivilNo DateMay 24, 1864DOW
334Hughes Evan M.CivilNo DateApr 23, 1864DOD
335Hulinger JeremiahCivilNo DateSep 25, 1861 
336Hunt Arthur H. Jr. First 1WWIIAug 26, 1917LIMACentralArmyJul 12, 1943DNBNashville, TNWoodlawn
337Hunt Fremont G.WWIFeb 23, 1905Beaverdam 1920 Woodland Cemetery
338Iiames Kenneth M. SGTWWIIOct 3, 1907LIMAArmySep 09, 1944KIAChinaNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
339Imler AmosCivilNo DateUnion ArmyJun 12, 1865DODCypress Hills National Cemetery Brooklin, NYBrother of William Imler Enlisted as a Private on 22 September 1864; Mustered into Co D, 180th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 30 September 1864; Died of disease on 12 June 1865 in McDougall General Hospital at New York Harbor; Buried in Cypress Hill National Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY; Age - 34
340Imler WilliamPVTCivilJune 23, 1861Union ArmyMar 23, 1865DODNew Bern National Cemetery North CarolinaBrother of Amos Imler - Enlisted as a Private on 24 September 1864; Mustered into Co D, 180th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 30 September 1864; Died of disease on 28 March 1865 at Morehead City, NC; Buried in New Berne National Cemetery, New Berne, NC; Age – 33
341Ireland Thomas Christian PVTWWIIDec 20, 1923LIMAArmySep 20, 1943DNBNorth AfricaMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
342Irick John Furgison PVTCivilNo DateUnion ArmyDec 31, 1863 DODKnoxville, TN
343Irvin JohnCivilNo DateJun 09, 1861 Camp Goddard, OHCo A, 20th OVI
344Irvin Glenn (Irvin Glenn Willard)WWINo DateLIMAOct 11, 1918KIA
345Jackson Paul WilliamT5WWIIJun 8, 1916ArmyJul 25, 1942DNBCentral Luzon, PhilippinesMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
346JacksonWilliam PVTWWIIMay 21, 1942PhilippinesJapanese prison camp
347Jakutis JosephPVTWWINo DateLIMAAug 21, 1918DNB
348Jennings Charles E. SGTWWIINo DateShawnee TWPShawnee class of 1942Air ForceMar 06, 1944KIAover Germany or EnglandIn Englandor Mar 25 navigator D-Day invasion
349John JehuCivilNo DateJun 09, 1864
350John Don H.PVTWWINo DateLIMAOct 05, 1918DOD
351JohnsonGrover I. PVTWWIILIMASep 15, 1944MIAFrance
352Johnson JohnCivilNo DateOct 03, 1862
353Jones Edwin E.WWINo DateLIMAOct 11, 1918DOD
354Jones Evan Hugh Jr. SGTWWIINo DateElidaElidaArmyJan 16, 1943DNBPanama Canal ZoneCanal Zone, Reburied in 1948 in Walnut GrovePlane accident, brother to Kenneth, Class of 1938
355Jones John W.CivilNo DateJun 01, 1864
356Jones Kenneth Warren SGTWWIIFeb 28, 1923ElidaElidaFeb 05, 1943DNBYukon, CanadaWalnut Grove – DelphosCargo plane crash, brother to Evan, Class of 1940
357Jones Lewis T. T.SGTKoreanSep 17, 1919TiffinAir ForceDec 30, 1951DNBJapanMemorial Park Cemetery of Limagun shot wounds 6410AF HO SPT SQ
358Jones Rowland W.CivilNo Date'Sep 9, 1864
359Jones William G.CivilNo DateMar 05, 1864
360Judkins Benj'm F.CivilNo DateDec 01, 1864
361Judkins Franklin D.CivilNo DateDec 02, 1864
362Kassa – (Kasza) Charles FrankWWIINo DateNavyJun 08, 1944KIAEnglish Channel -Normandy
Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
USS MEREDITH was an ALLEN M. SUMNER - class destroyer and the third ship in the Navy to bear the name. After only about 3 months of service, the MEREDITH was lost in the invasion of Normandy after striking a mine and an enemy bombing raid one day later. 35 crew members were lost with the ship. On 5 August 1960, the sunken hulk was sold to St. Française de Recherches of France. The hulk of the MEREDITH was raised and scrapped in September 1960.
363Kaufman Frank E. PFCKoreanJun 6, 1929WaynesfieldArmyOct 16, 1951KIAMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaKorean war project 15468
364Kees William H.WWINo DateMar 04, 1920DOD
365Keiffer Robert JohnS2 WWIIDec 28, 1928National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific NavyOct 07, 1946DNBNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
366KeirnsWilliam PFCWWIIGomer Sep 13, 1944France
367Keith Charles Chester SGTWWIMar 11, 1905ElidaNov 11, 1918DOWFranceAuglaize CemeteryMed. Det. 360, Inf
368Keith Richard H.CivilNo DateApr 07, 1865 
369Keller John Jr CPLWWIINo DateArmyApr 17, 1945KIALuzon
370KennedyArmelWWIIJan 2, 1916Mar 18, 1942DNB295 S. McClure Road Lima, OhioCarnegie Cemetery Carnegie OklahomaLieut. Armel J. Kenedy, former Carnegie boy, was killed about noon Wednesday when his plane crashed and burned about six miles west of Lima, Ohio. three other officers were killed and their planes burned at the same time and within a short distance of each other. All were members of the U.S. Army Air Corps Ferry Command and were on a ferry trip, it was understood.
Army Air Corps officers could give no explanation of the accidents except the weather and it is reported the crashes occurred when the pilots flew into a blinding snow storm. According to information furnished The Herald from the news room of the Daily Oklahoman, a farmer saw one plane fall on his farm and burst into flames, two other fell 100 yards apart a half mile east of his farm and the fourth plane landed in a woods a mile south and also burst into flames.
Besides Lieut. Kennedy, the other pilots were Edward H. Saunders, Lake Valley, Ark.; Eugene H. Anderson, Kewanee, Ill., and Earl A. Houser, Pesotum, Ill.
Kennedy graduated from the Army Advanced Flying school at Stockton, Calif. January 9. He visited his mother, Mrs. E.C. Kennedy in Oklahoma City the following week.
371Kennedy James W. SGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyNov 16, 1943KIABougainville,New Guinnea
372Kennedy John Franklin PFCVietnamDec 11, 1947LIMAArmyJun 16, 1968KIAWoodlawn
373Kennell William H.CivilNo DateMay 19, 1864KIA
374Kerr Paul M. WWIIOct 10, 1920Harrod Army Air CorpsJul 26, 1944 KIA/FODover AustriaWestminster Salem
375Kersetter C.R. (Kerstetter Charles)WWINo DateOct 30, 1918KIA
376Kesler JosiahCivilNo DateJan 26, 1865 
377Kidd Anthony WaynePersianApr 18, 1969Mar 01, 1991KIARockport Methodist Cemetery in Rockport, Ohio
378Kidd John W.CivilNo DateSep 02, 1864DOW
379Kimble Robert JosephMM1WWIINo DateLIMACentralNavyMar 27, 1943 Aleutians
380King Robert LeeSP4VietnamApr 5, 1948DelphosDelphosArmyJun 25, 1969KIABinh Duong Province VietnamWalnut Grove – Delphos
381Kinkley Joseph J. SSGTWWIIMay 20, 1919LIMAArmy Air CorpsJul 29, 1945KIAover KyushuHonolulu Memorial
382Kinsall AdamCivilNo DateAug 10, 1864 
383Kious GeorgeWWIILIMAArmyMay 08, 1945KIAMunich, GermanyAccording to Bob Lause, Kious was shot and killed while stationed in Munich, Germany. He got out of the tank because a German soldier was waving a white flag of surrender, and when he got out of the tank, another guy in a building shot him. Kious had only been in the Army about a year before he was killed
384Kiser George S.WWINo DateLIMANov 24, 1918DOD
385Kizer Carl S.VietnamNo DateGomer, Oh / Scranton, PaArmyJun 19, 1968KIA Friendly FireVietnamBeverly Natl. PAain Kizer was born near Gomer, Ohio. His father moved his family to Scranton, PA when he was a little boy. He was killed when the gun fire support he called in struck a tree near his location and exploded.
Vietnam War Army veteran
CPT Carl S. Kizer
Vietnam tour start: 01 July 1967
Hostile, Died, Misadventure, Ground Casuay
Binh Duong, South Vietnam
1ST Infantry Division, 28TH Infantry Regiment, 2ND Battalion, Headquarters Company
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
Panel 56W - Line 35
home of record: Scranton PA
Vietnam Counteroffensive, Phase III: 01 June 1967 to 29 January 1968
Tet Counteroffensive: 30 January to 01 April 1968
Vietnam Counteroffensive, Phase IV: 02 April to 30 June 1968

386Kizer/ Kiser Robert E. PVTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyJul 20, 1944KIAFranceor Jul 30
387Klay Robert Eugene PFCWWIINo DateLIMAArmyApr 04, 1945DNBBattle Creek, MIMaple Grove Cemetery
388KlettRoy Raymond PFCWWIIMay 30, 1924LIMACentralArmyOct 28, 1944DOWHospital in southern FranceEpinal American Cemetery, Franceclass of 1942
389Kloeppel Paul E. WWIIAug 24, 1917DelphosArmyFeb 26, 1944KIAover GermanyWalnut Grove – Delphos
390KnipeEdward SGTWWIINo DateLIMAJul 11, 1943DNBPhilippines
391Knettle WilliamCivilNo DateMay 14, 1864KIA
392Knipe Edward SGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyJul 01, 1943DODPhilippinesprison camp also listed as Jul 11
393KohliLyle B PVTWWIIJul 22, 1919BlufftonArmyJun 08, 1944KIANormandyNormandy American Cemetery and Memorial
394Koer Mark H. WWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyMay 30, 1944FODover Germany
395Kraft Clinton W. SSGTWWIIJun 17, 1920Army Air CorpsMay 13, 1944 GermanyWoodlawn Cemetery, Ada787 B. SQ 8th Air Medal, Oak Leaf, Purple Heart
396Kramer Bernard Matthew PVTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyNov 26, 1943 KIAEuropeNorth African American Cemetery, Tunisiasinking troop transport
397La Fortune Donald U. SGTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyDec 27, 1944DOWLuxembourg
398Laman Harold DewittWWIIMar 5, 1922LIMACentralNavyDec 04, 1943KIALost at seaHarold survived the sinking of his boat, but was killed while being
transported aboard Chuyo from Truk to Japan when it was sunk
by USS Sailfish on December 4, 1943.
399Lamb Eli H. PVTWWIIJul 15, 1916CairoCentralArmyJan 18, 1943KIANorth AfricaEast Cemetery, Cairoor Jan 16
400Lambert Clifford N.WWINo DateLIMAArmyApr 03, 1918DODUnion City Cemetery, IN
401Lammers William JosephSP4VietnamSep 15, 1950SpencervilleSpencervilleArmyJun 05, 1971DNBQuang Tri ProvinceSpencerville Cemetery
402LaudickGordon J. CPLWWIIJun 3, 1921DelphosArmyOct 23, 1944KIASt Johns Catholic Cemetery
403Laudick Harold D.WWIINo Date  
404Lauf William F. PFCWWIIMar 27, 1905Ft Jennings or DelphosAug 02, 1943 South Pacific Solomon IslandsSt. Joseph Cemetery, Ft. Jennings
405Lawson Louis Edward SGTWWIIDec 1, 1917LIMASt. JohnsArmyMar 26, 1944KIAPort Moresbey, New GuineaNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
406Leatherman Ober N. First WWIIJul 8, 1913LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsApr 06, 1943KIANorth AfricaArlington Nationalor Apr 16
407LeistLeroy E. SSGTWWIISpencervilleFeb 04, 1944MIAover Germany
408Leonard Robert L. PVTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyOct 29, 1944KIAFlorence American Cemetery, Italy
409Leppla John Arthur WWIIMay 7, 1916LIMASouth High SchoolNavyOct 26, 1942KIASouth PacificArlington National Sec MD Site 41
410Leslie JamesCivilSep 15, 1950Nov 02, 1864DOD
411LeisPeter H.WWINo DateSpencervilleNov 05,1918DOW
412Lewis James W.CivilNo DateMay 28, 1864DOW
413LightOscar PVTWWIILIMASep 21, 1944KIANear Deauxville, FranceTruro Cemetery106th Cavalry Division
414Lilley JosephCivilNo DateJun 04, 1865 
415Linninger David CivilNo DateDec 22, 1863DOD
416Lippincott Paul S.WWIJan 30, 2018LIMAArmyJul 16, 1918KIAOise-Aisne American Cemetery, France
417Lohr George Everett Sr. SSGTWWIIFeb 11, 1922ElidaArmyApr 26,1945DOWGermanyWoodlawn
418LonesRichard CPLWWIIAug 26, 1912LIMAOct 06, 1945DNBPacific OceanB-29 crashed in the Pacific 400 miles off the coast of California
419Long CharlesMexicanNo DateJan 19, 1846
420Long Robert N WWIINo DateLIMAMar 02, 1944DNBAkron, OH
421Long Rolland L. PFCWWIINo DateLIMAArmyJan 22, 1945KIALuxembourg, GermanyWard Cemetery
422Longwell Robert Gale PFCWWIINov 7, 1925ArmyDec 24, 1944KIANormandy American Cemetery and Memorial
423Love Emmet C. Jr. PVTWWIINo DateArmyJan 26, 1943KIAItalyEmanuel Lutheran Cemetery, New Haven, INAllen County, IN may not be Ohio
424Luchini Albert J. PFCWWIIJun 1, 1925LIMAArmyFeb 19, 1945DNBBurmaGethsemani
425Lutterbeck Myron J. PFCWWIIJan 15, 1920LIMAArmyJun 23, 1945KIANew Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, IN
426MacDonnell Duncan R.WWINo DateOct 16, 1918DOD
427MackeyLeroy Vincent PVTWWILIMAArmyOct 6, 1918KIAFranceCalvary Catholic Cemetery, Fremont
428Mahoney Timothy J.WWINo DateLIMAJun 25, 1918DNB
429Mumaugh James Morris PeaceSep 21, 1931LIMACentralJul 18, 1956DNBDied from burns from a motorcycle accident
430Mambourg Raymond H. SGTWWIINo DateMarine CorpsFeb 27, 1945KIA MIALost AircraftMonument at Fort William Mckinley, ManilaMarine Bombing Squadron 413- Mid-air collision with an aircraft from the VMB-433
431Manship Harold W.WWINo DateSep 26, 1918KIA
432MarkerFranklin LeroyWWIIBlume High SchoolNavyOct 24, 1944KIAPhilippinesGunner's Mate 3-c
433Martin Roy Blain PVTWWIINo DateLIMAArmyMay 16, 1943DNBCamp Atterbury, IN
434Martin Willard L.PVTWWINo DateOct 11, 1918DOD
435Martz Silas H.CivilNo DateDec 13, 1864DOD
436Mason Leonard F. PFCWWIIFeb 22, 1920LIMAMarine CorpsJul 23, 1944DOWnear Guam – Marianas
437Masterpole Joseph SGTWWINo DateLIMAArmyNov 03, 1918KIAFranceWoodlawn
438Matthews Burt or BurlWWINo DateNov 26, 1918DOD
439Maus Donald Neuman T5WWIINo DateLIMAArmyApr 01, 1944DNBCamp Shelby, MS
440MaxwellRobert 2nd 2WWIILIMAJun 11, 1944France
441MayhewDonald D. PFCWWIIJun 13, 1945KIAOkinawa96th Infantry
442McBride BenjaminCivilNo DateJul 02, 1863DOD
443McBride Jack E.PFCWWIIJun 18, 1924Elida/ DelphosArmyNov 18, 1944KIAFranceAllentown Cemetery
444McBride Paul Allen PVTWWIISep 22, 1926ElidaElidaArmyMay 21, 1945DNBKeesler Field, MSAllentown Cemeterydrowned
445McCarty Francis E. PVTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyApr 27, 1944KIANew GuineaManila American Cemetery
446McCaslin Keith Vane SGTKoreanApr 13, 1922Shawnee TWPShawnee ArmyMay 21, 1951KIAMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaSergeant First Class McCaslin Service number RA35765873 was a member of the 7th Infantry Regiment, .3rd Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in South Korea on May 23, 1951. ** Sergeant First Class McCaslin was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal.
447McCluer Robert W.CivilNo DateNov 01, 1863 
448McCoyRobert R. PVTWWIINov 20, 1923ArmyJun 6, 1944KIANormandyGreen Lawn Cemetery, Columbus
449McCrateThomas A.SSGTWWIINo DateLima St Rose Class 1931St. RoseArmyJun 25, 1943KIA or DNBNorth AfricaNorth African American Cemetery, Tunisia
450McDonel Nile R. PVTWWIINo DateDelphos or ElidaArmyMay 12, 1944KIAAsiatic area
451McElroy Neil A. PFCWWIINo DateLaFayetteAug 03, 1943KIAor Aug 2
452McGue Harvey L. PFCWWIIDec 14, 1909Columbus GroveArmyMar 02, 1945DOWLuzonMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
453McKee IsaacCivilNo DateFeb 06, 1865DOD
454McPheron Robert A.WWIINo DateLIMAMar 29, 1945DOWSouth Pacific
455McPherson SamuelCivilNo DateApr 20, 1862DOD
456McWhorter James William CPLKoreanNo Date  
457MeanyJohn J. MJRWWIISep 28, 1914formerly of LimaSt RoseMar 20, 1943North AfricaFlight surgeon of 3rd air defense, hospital ship U.S.A.H.S. JOHN J MEANY named in his honor
458Meon George D. CPLKoreanNov 9, 1930ArmyOct 24, 1952KIANorth KoreaMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
459Merschman John William SP4VietnamAug 14, 1949DelphosDelphos JeffersonArmyMay 10, 1970KIACambodiaWalnut Grove – Delphosclass of 1968
460Metzger William E. Jr 2nd 2WWIIFeb 9, 1922LIMACentralArmy Air Corps Nov 09, 1944KIAover GermanyWoodlawn
461Meyers Carl E. PVTWWIIAug 10, 1910ArmyNov 24, 1944KIAAlbestroff, FranceFairmont Cemetery, Uniopolis
462MIller Albert F. PFCWWIIMar 31, 1905Army Apr 15, 1945DNBStadt Steinach, GermanyLorraine American Cemetery & Memorial, Lorraine, France
463Miller AndrewCivilNo DateMar 06, 1863DOD
464Miller Bernard PFCWWIINo DateLIMACentralFeb 05, 1945DNBAmherst, MA
465Miller Charles W.CivilNo DateJul 29, 1864 
466Miller Doit Alpha First 1SGTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmySep 28, 1943DNBCastalian Springs, TNSt Matthews, Lima
467Miller Donald E.WWINo DateLIMAAug 05, 1919DOD
468Miller Elmer M. SGTWWIINo DateDelphosSt JohnsArmyFeb 25, 1945KIAGermanyHenri Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium
469Miller Frieling H.CivilNo DateMay 14, 1864KIA
470Miller Gail Gene 2nd 2WWIINo DateLIMAArmyNov 03, 1943FODover Greece
471MillerJacob JrWWINo DateLIMANov 26, 1918DOD
472Miller JosiahCivilNo DateOct 15, 1864DOW
473Miller Wayne F. PFCWWIIMar 25, 1923LIMAArmyApr 10, 1945KIAGermanyGreenlawn Cemetery,Elida
474Millerons Sherman LeroyWWIINo DateLIMA May 7, 1945 Pacific Ocean
475Mock Donald E.SSGTWWIINo DateLIMASouth High SchoolArmy Air CorpsJul 26, 1943FODover Hanover, Germany
476Mollenhour JohnCivilNo DateJun 24, 1862DOD
477MonaghanThomas James CPLKoreanAug 1, 1933LIMASt JohnsMarine CorpsJun 28, 1952 DNBGethsemaniKorean war project 35423
478Monroe Warren E.AVORD2CWWIINo DateLIMAAug 02, 1944 South Pacific
479Montague Richard G. PFCWWIIJul 29, 1925ArmyFeb 07, 1945KIAItalyShawnee Cemetery
480MontiethFalmouth WWIILIMAMay 07, 1942MIACorregidor
481Monts Wesley D. PFCWWIINo DateAug 10, 1944KIAFrance
482Moore Cloyce Wendell PVTWWINo DateArmyMar 02, 1917DNBEl Paso, TXappendicitis, G 2nd Ohio Inf.
483MooreGuy H. CPLWWILaFayetteArmyDOD
484Moore John R.CivilNo DateAug 01, 1861DOD
485Moorman Fred Fay PVTWWIJul 11, 2017LIMAArmyJul 15, 1918KIAFrancePreston Cemetery Alger, Ohio
486Moorman ThomasCivilNo DateAug 08, 1863DOD
487Moorman William A.J.CivilNo DateApr 18, 1863DOD
488Morey WilliamCivilNo DateJun 8, 1864DOW
489Morgan David B.CivilNo DateMay 23, 1865DOW
490Morris A. ThomasKoreanNo Date 1953KIA
491Morrisey Richard W. PVTKoreanAug 25, 1931ElidaSouth High SchoolArmy Jul 27,1950 KIAKoreaBlue Tick Cemetery, Elida29th Infantry, Korean war project 21124
492Morton Worrick W.CivilNo DateMar 17, 1864DOD
493MoxCharlieWWINo DateLIMAOct 09, 1918KIA
494MuellerStephen Michael PFCVietnamFeb 27, 1948HuntsvilleLCCArmyJan 27, 1968KIAQuang Tin ProvinceMemorial Park Cemetery- Lima, Ohioattended LCC, graduated from Indian Lake High School in 1967
495MullenHenry B.WWILIMASt. RoseJun 28, 1919DOW – Chemical
496Munch PhilipCivilNo DateAug 21, 1864KIA
497Myers JoshuaCivilNo DateApr 16, 1863 
498Myers RandolphCivilNo DateFeb 07, 1865 
499Myers Samuel W.CivilNo DateSep 12, 1864 
500Myers William T.CivilNo DateFeb 04, 1864 
501NambourgRaymond H. SSGTWWIINo DateLIMAMar, 1945 Emirau
502Naus Ralph R.WWINo DateLIMANov 07, 1918DOD
503Nave Joseph D. Second 2WWIINo DateLIMASouth High SchoolArmy Air CorpsJun 04,1942KIAMidwayburied at sea
504Neal John L.CivilNo DateMay 09, 1864POW
505Neely GeorgeCivilNo DateArmyMar 04, 1865KIA
506Neff Christian Monroe, SPCIraqNo DateShawnee class of 2006ArmySep 09, 2007DOWFt. Shawnee
507Nehiser AmosCivilNo DateNov 19, 1862DOD
508Nesbitt Carl D.WWIIFeb 2, 1921LIMACentralArmy Air CorpsMay 29, 1944FODover Germanyclass of 1939
509Newland Michael Dwaine PFCVietnamAug 26, 1947LIMAArmyApr 09, 1968KIANear SaigonMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
510NicholsGeorge CommanderCMDRWWIILIMANavyJun 07, 1945in Atlantic
511Nichols Glenn H.WWINo DateSep 21, 1918KIA
512Nicoline John William “Bud” PFCWWIIOct 1, 1921ArmyJan 08, 1946DNBJapanGethsemaniSmallpox 32nd Red Arrow Div
513NiemeshJoseph A. PFCWWIDelphosArmyOct 5, 1918KIAMeuse-Argonne American Cemetery, France
514Nock Harry Andrew WWIINo DateArmy Air CorpsJul 04, 1944FODBrittany American Cemetery513th Fighter Squadron Bailed out KIA MACR 6356
515NolanLewis G. PFCWWIILIMASep 26, 1944France
516Noe George J. PVTWWIJun 9, 2012DelphosArmyAug 08, 1918KIASAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CEMETERY, DELPHOS, OH
517Numbers Ernest L. PVTWWIINo DateCridersvilleNov 11, 1944 France
518Nunn PriceCivilNo DateMay 25, 1863DOD
519Nusbaum Willis PVTWWINo DateBlufftonArmyNov 10, 1918KIA
520O'Neal JohnCivilNo DateAug 20, 1863DOD
521Osborn Jerry Wayne PFCVietnamMar 16, 1945Columbus GroveArmyApr 01, 1965 
522Osborn John S.PVTWWINo DateLIMAOct 09, 1918DOD
523Ott FidillisCivilNo DateMar 02, 1863DOD
524Owen Paris V.CivilNo DateMay 24, 1864DOD
525Owens David R.CivilNo DateOct 03, 1863 
526Owens Otto C.WWIINo DateBluffton Nov 08, 1944 France
527Owens Thomas R.CivilNo DateDelphosDec 18, 1864DOW
528Paglow Marvin L. PFCWWIINo DateLIMAArmyApr 23, 1944DOWItaly
529Parker JeremiahCivilNo DateMay 10, 1864 
530Parrott Elmer H. CPLWWINo DateSpencervilleArmyJul 29, 1918KIA
531Parrish WilliamCivilNo DateMar 09, 1863DOD
532Parry Moses J.CivilNo DateJun 09, 1864DOW
533Patrick Mariner PFCVietnamMay 28, 1940LIMAPerryArmyNov 12, 1965KIAWoodlawn Cemetery
534Patterson Wallace Irwin Jr. PFCKoreanJun 2, 1932LIMASouth High SchoolMarine CorpsNov 27, 1950 MIAnot recovered1st Marine Division, Korean war project 22987 lists DOB as Jun 12, 1932
535Patton Raymond V. CPLWWINov 8, 2016DelphosArmySep 30, 1918KIAFranceMeuse-Argonne
536Peier John Arthur E.M.EMWWIIFeb 28,1918DelphosDelphosNavyDec 07, 1941KIAPearl Harborelectrician's mate on USS Arizona, Delphos class of 1936
537Pence Charles Garfield PFCKoreanOct 7, 1930LIMAPerryArmyFeb 13, 1951KIAnear WonjuElm Grove Cemetery, St. Marys38th inf, 2nd Division
538PeppleHarry E. WOWO1WWIILIMASouth High SchoolDec 12, 1944Leyte
539PerryJames M. SGTWWIIMay 25, 1924Van WertArmy Air CorpsApr 11, 1944KIAGermanyWoodland Union Cemetery, Van Wert
540PetersWilliam Lee Jr VietnamMar 5, 1943Marine CorpsJun 26, 1969KIAborn in Lima and moved to Iowa – helicopter pilot
541Phalen James R. SGTWWIINo DateLIMASt. JohnsMarine CorpsNov 02, 1943KIABougainville,New Guinnea
542Pintor Dennis L. CPTIraqNo DateLIMALCCArmyOct 12, 2004KIA
543Plate George Herbert PVTWWIINo DateCentralAug 19, 1944 France
544Plate Herbert J.WWIINo Date  
545Pohlman Donald John PFCKoreanAug 9, 1928ArmySep 15, 1951KIANew Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, IN
546PolingDavid Eugene PFCKoreanSep 22, 1931LIMAArmyJul 25, 1950KIARockport Methodist Cem, Rockport,OHKorean war project 23745
547Point David O.WWINo DateLIMAOct 21, 1918DOD
548Porter Frank I. PVTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyDec 18, 1944KIABelgiumHenri Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium
549Powers Donald Richard WWIINo DateNavyDec 16, 1944MIAMonument at Fort William Mckinley, Manila
550PriceGerald A.WWIIElidaElidaNavyMay 24, 1945FODUSS Lagarto, a submarinechief motor machinist's mate, FOD in 1946
551Pummell Benny L. PFCKoreanNov 5, 1928LIMAArmyMay 20, 1951DOWFletcher CemeteryKorean war project 24154
552Rabley Lloyd S. PFCWWIIApr 25, 1916LIMAArmyAug 11, 1944DOWFranceSpencerville Cemetery
553Radabaugh WilliamCivilMay 6, 1918ElidaJun 05, 1864POW
554Rader Benjamin Neale KoreanJul 3,1923LIMAAir ForceOct 20, 1950MIAnot recovered8th Training Reconnaissance, Korean war project 24277
555Rahrig Melvin H. PFCWWIIFeb 10, 1923LandeckArmyDec 25, 1944KIABelgiumHenri Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium
556Rankins WilliamCivilNo DateOct 03, 1862DOD
557Rayburn Donald E. PVTWWIIOct 3, 1921LIMASouth High SchoolArmyOct 01, 1944KIAGermanyShawnee Cemetery
558Reed Ottis E.WWINo DateNov 11, 1918DODBellefontaine City Cemetery
559Reed Waer F. PVTWWISep 11, 2008LIMAArmyNov 04, 1918KIAFranceBellefontaine City Cemetery
560Reese AaronSGTIraqApr 22, 1972ElidaArmyDec 10, 2003KIA
561Reese Humphrey TudorWWINo DateLIMAOct 03, 1918DOD
562Reese Richard T. PFCKoreanMar 31, 1931LIMAArmyAug 10, 1950POWSugar Creek CemeteryKorean war project 24649
563Rentz Edward PVTWWINo DateLIMAArmyNov 02, 1918DOD
564Reynolds Harry J SGTWWINo DateSpencervilleSep 18, 1918KIAFranceMeuse-Argonne Offensive Spencerville Post 191 American Legion named after him.
565ReynoldsJustin AllenIraqMar 7, 1983LimaElidaMarine CorpsSept 14, 2019DOWLima, OhioWoodlawnJustin Allen Reynolds, 36 of Lima, passed away September 14, 2019, at Shawnee Manor.

Justin was born March 7, 1983 in Lima to Robert and Ann (Tribolet) Reynolds; his father precedes him in death and his mother survives him in Lima.

Justin was a 2002 graduate of Elida High School. After high school, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served three tours in the Iraqi Conflict. During his third tour, he hit an IED which caused a brain injury. Justin was a recipient of the Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Navy Unit Commendation and a Certificate of Appreciation.
566Reynolds Pritchard G.WWINo DateLIMAJul 15, 1918KIA
567Rhodes/Rhoades Cecil A.WWIINo DateLIMACentralApr 09, 1942KIA North AtlanticLost at seaDate listed as May 9, 1942
568RhoadesHarold C. T4WWIILIMACentralArmyFeb 10, 1945KIAManilaManila American Cemetery
569Price GeraldWWIIMay 6, 1918ElidaNavyMay 04, 1945KIALost at sea
570Rice Loren H. SGTWWIIJan 19, 1918DelphosArmyApr 05, 1945 KIAGermanyWalnut Grove – DelphosLoren was a member of a mortar squad of General Patch's Army. He served more than three years in the Army. Loren Rice was killed in action somewhere in Germany.
Source: The Lima News April 26, 1945 Page 2
571Ricker Harry A. PFCKoreanSep 29, 1928KalidaArmyDec 12, 1950MIAnot recoveredKorean war project 25008
572Ridenour - Cpl. IsaacCivilNo DateJan 16, 1865 Lutheran, Elida- Defunctwww.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohallen/Elida_Cemetery_Records.htm
Co. R 179 Ohio Infantry
The Memorial Plaque located inside the First Trinity Lutheran Church is inscribed as follows:
Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial
“The Educational Building of Trinity Lutheran Church, erected on the site of the cemetery, serves as a living memorial to those now departed in the Lord and this plaque commemorates the deceased, members of the Trinity Lutheran Church and the Elida community.”
Rev. Abraham Doner, Founder of the
First Lutheran Church in Allen County
This plaque is on display inside the church. A Memorial Stone honoring Abraham Doner was erected on the cemetery site, founder of the 1st Lutheran Church in Allen County.
Located on Route 309 in Elida, Ohio at the rear of Trinity Lutheran Church.
Copied March 20, 1938 by Ferne Longsworth and Mary L. Breese for files of the Allen County Historical Society, (family descendants added more information) and Elida Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery List.
In 1976, the cemetery stones were removed and lot is used for Child Day Center. Compiled from both lists by Velva Bruce on February 23, 2001
573Ridenour JacobCivilNo DateFeb 05, 1865 
574Ridgeway Kenneth R.WWIINo DateLIMAMay 25, 1945MIASouth Pacific
575Robey Richard NealSP4VietnamDec 22, 1946SpencervilleSpencervilleArmyJul 04, 1967DOWSpencervilleClass of 1965
576Rockhill Alfred L.CivilNov 20, 1863 
577Roessler David S. PVTKoreanNov 14, 1931LIMASouth High SchoolArmyJul 20, 1950KIAMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaKorean war project 25550
578Roth Robert ArthurWWIIApr 6, 1918CairoCentralNavyJun 08, 1944FODEnglish ChannelLost at seaLima News 1/1/46 has middle initial as E
579Rousculp WinfieldKoreanNo DateMay 04, 1953DNBCamp Polk, LAauto accident
580Ruebush Clyde A PFCWWIINo DateLIMAJul 26, 1944 France
581Rumbaugh BartonCivilNo DateNov 17, 1864 
582Rupert GeorgeCivilNo DateMar 16, 1865 
583Rusnock Leslie RebeccaSGTPeaceNo DateLIMAAMCMar 08, 1958DNBOkinawaMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
584Russell William John Jr.PFCVietnamMar 24, 1949LIMALCCMarine CorpsNov 21, 1968KIAMemorial Park Cemetery of Lima
585Rutledge George H. PVTWWINo DateLIMAArmyJul 28, 1918KIAWoodlawn Cemetery , Ada
586Sakemiller Andrew R.CivilNo DateJul 24, 1864DOW
587Sanders Alfred F. SGTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyJan 04, 1944DNBNew Hebrides
588SandersDean Stanley MMCWWIIJan 18, 1903LIMACentralNavyDec 7,1941KIAPearl Harbor, USS OklahomaNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on Sep 9, 2018MIA until Mar 26, 2018
589SargentMacjion 2nd 2WWIILIMAArmy Air CorpsMar 15, 1943FODNew Guinea
590SaundersEdwards H.WWIILake Village, ARArmy Air CorpsMar 18, 1942DNBAllen County
591Schaaf Howard A.KoreanDec 1, 1932NavyNov 11, 1956 Bluelick Cemetery
592Schimmoeller Melvin E. PFCWWIINo DateSpencervilleArmyOct 15, 1944KIAFrance
593Schlegel Edward LeoNon War OpsApr 16, 1931NavyMay 04, 1954Plane CrashAtlantic OceanLost at sea
594Schmersal Leo Christ PVTWWIMay 22, 2018LIMASt. RoseArmyNov 01, 1918KIAFranceGethsemani
595Schmidt JacobWWIINo Date DODMilitary Cemetery at Manila in Plot D, Row 12, Grave 77.
596SchmiesingClifford J. MJRWWIINo DateLIMASt. RoseJan 23, 1944North Africa
597SchneiderJohn J. WWIILIMAToledo WhitmerJul 13, 1944KIAFranceclass of 1939, lived in Lima when young
598Schoolcraft Jon Michael SGTIraqNo DateWapak/ ApolloArmyJan 18, 2008DOWTaji, IraqBuckland2nd cousin to Christian Neff
599Schoonover Edward J.WWINo DateLIMAOct 10, 1918DOD
600Schramm Alfred J.WWIDec 4, 2010DelphosArmyFeb 17, 1919DODWestside Cemetery, Delphos
601Schrock James W. PVTWWIINo DateLIMASt. GerardArmyApr 12, 1944DNBNettuno, ItalySicily-Rome American Cemetery & Memorial
602Schue Ralph SSGTWWIINo DateBlufftonArmySep 24, 1943FODGermany
603ScottJames S. PFCWWIIJun 28, 1922LIMAArmyApr 12, 1944KIAItalySicily-Rome American Cemetery & Memorial
604Scuschuz Frederick J.KoreanNo Date  
605SellersRobert E.WWIINov 10, 1942Lost at Sea
606SettlemireAlonzo R. PFCWWIIMar 29, 1905Shawnee TWPShawnee class of 1940Navy1942Lost at sea S. PacificCoral Sea Battle 4 to 8 May 1942St. Matthew Cemetery
607Shafer James DudleySGTVietnamMay 24, 1942LIMAElidaArmyNov 06, 1967KIAKon Tum, VietnamAllentown Cemetery173rd Airborne, Operation MacArthur
608Shanahan Alfred R. PVTWWIINo DateLIMASt. GerardArmy Jan 29, 1944KIACassino, ItalySicily-Rome American Cemetery & Memorial or Feb 1
609ShanerDeweyWWIMay, 1899LIMAArmyNov 04, 1918KIAArlington NationalCo M 145 inf, 37div
610Shaner William M.WWIINo Date  
611Shaner William H. PVTWWIISep 25, 1910ArmyOct 01, 1944KIAFranceEpinal American Cemetery, France179th Infantry Regiment 45th Div Co C
612Shanks Joseph F.CivilNo DateMay 14, 1864KIA
613Shaw Clyde DonaldS1cWWIINo DateShawnee TWPCentral/ Shawnee class of 1940NavyDec 07 1941KIA USS ArizonaPearl Harbor
614Shaw Jackson M. C.CivilNo DateFeb 25, 1864 
615Shaw Jeffrey Michael SGTVietnamSep 17, 1948Shawnee TWPShawnee ArmyOct 24, 1970DOWNear SaigonMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaClass of 1966, Company E, 1st Battalion, 25th Infantry
616Shaw Leroy MionWWIINov 24, 1925Mar 05, 1945DNBSan FranciscoWestminster-Salem Cemeteryheart attack
617Shearer JohnCivilNo DateMay 14, 1864KIA
618Sheeter William A. PVTWWINo DateArmySep 18, 1918KIA
619Shellenbarger WilliamCivil Mar 15, 1863DOD
620ShepherdGordon LLCPLVietnamMar 12, 1947CridersvilleHarrodMarine CorpsMar 17, 1966KIAQuang Nam, Provence VietnamMcDonald Fairview Cemetery, Jumbo, Hardin Co3rd Marine Division
621ShepherdRichard Harold PVTWWIISep 11, 1919SpencervilleArmyJul 19, 1941DNBFt KnoxMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaThe body of Richard H. Shepherd, 21, of 464 Prospect-av, who was killed in an auto-motorcycle crash near Cincinnati on Saturday, is scheduled to arrive in Lima late Monday afternoon from Newport, Ky., and will be taken to the Davis-Miller and Son funeral home.
622Sherman Wm.CivilNo DateDec 20, 1861DOD
623Sherry James E. Jr PVTCivilNo DateAug 05 ,1862KIACorinth National Cemetery Meanwhile, the condition of Robert Teitlebaum, 19, of 916 W. Elm-st, Fort Knox, Ky., soldier and companion of Shepherd, who was injured in the crash, was reported as slightly improved.
624Sheuman JacobCivilNo DateDec 18, 1863DOD
625Shingledecker Armon D. CPTVietnamDec 26, 1941LIMALima SeniorAir ForceMay 31, 1966FODArlington National Cemetery – memorial plot Funeral services for Pvt. Shepherd will be held at an hour and a place to be announced and burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery in charge of the N. West-st mortuary.
626ShippW. RaymondWWIIArmyFeb 17, 1945ManilaGrove Cemetery, Kenton
627Shively SamuelCivilNo DateLCCFeb 28, 1863DOD measlesVicksburg National CemeteryShepherd is survived by his wife, Dorcas, of N. Scott-st; his father, Harold Shepherd, of 434 Prospect-av, his mother, Mrs. John Beck of LaPeer, Mich.; a sister, Mrs. John Mazek of Flint, Mich.; and a grandmother, Mrs. Linnie L. Shepherd, 434 Prospect-av.
628Shock Samuel G.CivilNo DateMar 12, 1863DOD
629Shockey Abraham B.CivilNo DateApr 09, 1864 
630Shoemaker Chester C. SGTWWIIAug 11, 1921LIMACentralArmyJan 17, 1943DNBAlamogordo, NMMemorial Park Cemetery of LimaB-24 bomber, routine flight, aerial gunner
631ShoemakerRaymond Albert SGTVietnamMay 18, 1946LIMALCCArmyNov 06, 1969DNBNear SaigonMaple Grove CemeteryBingh Duong – accidental, C Co, 1st BN, 26th Infantry, USARV
632Shope Nile J. PVTWWIINo DateLIMACentralArmyNov 19, 1944KIAFranceNew Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, IN
633Shrider Charles W. SFCKoreanFeb 2, 1919Oct 1,1951DNBFt. BraggDesenberg, Jackson Twp, Allen Co.Dynamite-laden trailer exploded, 938th Ordnance Co.
634Shrider WilliamCivilNo DateMay 01, 1862 
635Seibold Pe