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Ontario Co. in the Civil War List for the 179th
Gettysburg Burials 1862 Departure of 126th
War of 1812
War of 1898 - Spanish American War [see Ontario Co RAIMS]
World War 1 (Draftees)
Rushville Historical Research Center - Gorham, Potter & Middlesex, NY
Clifton Springs Press Thursday May 19, 1938
One Hundred And Forty-five Soldiers In Local Cemeteries -
For the first time, so far as is known, a list of the war veterans buried in the cemeteries of this vicinity has been prepared and made public.
Realizing its importance, J. J. Driscoll Post of the American Legion, have for several years been trying to obtain data or the war veteran dead in the local cemeteries, including the location of the various graves. In anticipation of the customary decorating of the graves on Memorial Day, a committee of the Legion has lately speeded up the work. It is expected that at some time each one of these graves will be marked with a headstone bearing the name of the soldier who lies buried beneath the sod. It is said that a law requires this to be done at the joint expense of the county Board of Supervisors and the Federal government.
CLIFTON SPRINGS CEMETERY
War of 1812 - Everett Baggerly, Peter Baggerly, Hilzikra Baggerly, Robert Ferguson, Charles Newland, Nathan Thompson, Jacob Cost, William Hartbert, John Sheckel, Jeremiah Yager.
Civil War - George W. Austin, Harrison Adams, Justice Cooley, Joseph DeCorey, Charles H. Dixins, David Evans, John Foster, Milton Foster, Gardner Garlock, George Hamilton, James D. Hicks, George W. Kingsbury, George Kipp, George Warfield, Hubbard Foster, Arthur Bostwick, Alvin S. Decker, George Raymond, Caleb Green, Thomas McKeen, Clark Galusha, Amos Eighmy, N. B. Briggs, C. E Redfield, Samuel Reed, H. B. Flemming, Charles Meinhold, Charles Mills, Edward R. Phillips, George A. Phillips, James A. Porter, Rev. Samuel R. Roseboro, Thomas J. Sheldon, Abraham Stotenberg, James Warfield, John F. Rupert, J. H. Maynard, Joshua Cox, William T. McMullin, Morgan Stotenberg, W. J. Reals, Augustus Morgan, W.R. Benham, Ben W. Austin, E D. Copp, J. M Cooley.
World War - Foster Whipple, John Philip Weinman.
ST. AGNES' CEMETERY
Civil War - Martin Berrigan, Andrew Ryan, Jacob Keller, E. P. O'Neil.
Spanish-American War  - Patrick Rolan.
World War - Oscar J. Lindner, J. J. Driscoll, James Brady, James Adelbert Love.
PORT GIBSON CEMETERY - Manchester, NY
Revolutionary War - William Prescott, Silas Phelps.
War of 1812 - Elijah Phelps, Timothy Bigelow, Alanson Brown, John Schutt.
Mexican War - Philip Salpaugh.
Civil War - Walter A. Siffet, Daniel Knight, George B. Wilson, James M. Wilson, Alfred Miller, W, S. Westfall, Farrington Ferguson, William F. LeMunyan, Dwight C. Garlock, James H. Irwin, Theodore F. Stacy, Albert H. Stacy, George Salpaugh, Clinton Bartholomew, Alfred P. Miller, Herman Schutt, John H. Schutt, Frank G. Clark, Judson Bastwich, Asbarah Huntoon, Rollin T. Rogers.
Spanish American War  - George B. Strong
World War I -Paul McMullem
OLD CEMETERY, ORLEANS
War of 1812 - Osee Crittenden.
Civil War - James Case.
NEW CEMETERY, ORLEANS
Civil War - Sherman Crosby, Jerome Hinton, John C. Snitzell, VanBuren Wheat, Spencer Wood, James E. Wooden, George Snook, Franklin Edgerton, Chester Pitkin, Henry Wooden.
RIVERVIEW CEMETERY, GYPSUM
Revolutionary War - Daniel Warfield.
War of 1812 - Nicholson Chrysler, Matthew Halliday, Martin VanDyne, Jonas Robison, Methimus Post and brother, John Schutt.
Civil War - George W. Edson, Arthur Schnell, Robert VanDeusen, Martin Schmit, James Esek Wilber, Alonzo Mackey, R. C. Waterman, W. H. Carr, George W. Durkee, Martin VanDyne, George VanDyne, Rensselaer Gardiner, Ferdinand De St. Leger, Artmus D. Schutt, Henry Spoon, George VanDeusen, Charles D. Stevens, James Backus, Cuyler Coates, Franklin Wunderlen, John Bell, Edward A. Steves, Edwin Robison, James N. Robison, Sebastian Smith, Joseph Scullen, George Horton Hicks.
World War - Emmett Muskett.
While an effort was made by the Legion to compile a list of soldiers dead in the local cemeteries which should be as complete and as nearly correct as possible, errors may have occurred in names and it is also possible that there may have been some omissions.
The Legion will be grateful if "The Press" is notified of any error, or if the name of any veteran has been omitted, so that their records may be corrected.
An Ode to the Dead Heroes, contributed by Ron Hanley
THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD
by Theodore O'Hara (1820-1867)
The muffled drum's sad roll has beat
The soldier's last tattoo;
No more on Life's parade shall meet
That brave and fallen few.
On Fame's eternal camping-ground
Their silent tents are spread,
And Glory guards, with solemn round,
The bivouac of the dead.
No rumor of the foe's advance
Now swells upon the wind;
No troubled thought at midnight haunts
Of loved ones left behind;
No vision of the morrow's strife
The warrior's dream alarms;
No braying horn nor screaming fife
At dawn shall call to arms.
Their shivered swords are red with rust;
Their plumed heads are bowed
Their haughty banner, trailed with dust,
Is now their martial shroud.
And plenteous funeral tears have washed
The red stains from each brow,
And the proud forms, by battle gashed,
Are free from anguish now.
The neighing troop, the flashing blade,
The bugle's stirring blast,
The charge, the dreadful cannonade,
The din and shout are past;
Nor war's wild note, nor glory's peal,
Shall thrill with fierce delight
Those breasts that nevermore may feel
The rapture of the fight....