Those Who Have Served From Our Family Tree

For this Memorial Day, May 26, 2013, I thought I would try to group those in our family tree who have served our country. I may not have listed spouses but if I have left anyone out please  let me know, I will make the correction and enter the information in the family tree.

Pequot War – 1637 – George Soule, Volunteer, our Mayflower ancestor.

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American War of Independence (The Revolutionary War)

  • Gideon Squires – Lieutenant, New York; imprisoned in Bennington.
  • Neazer Scofield – Private, Connecticut
  • Elijah Brace – Connecticut
  • Joel Brigham – Massachusettes
  • William Goodell – Massachusettes
  • Benjamin West – New York
  • Ebenezer Sprague – Rhode Island

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War of 1812

  • Jacob Foreman – Kentucky
  • David Foreman – Kentucky

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Civil War

  • Edwin Squires – Wisconisn
  • Jacob Foreman – Illinois
  • William Foreman – Illinois – died 1862 Paducah, Kentucky buried PIke County, Illinois
  • James Totten – New York – died 1862 Buried Alexandria, VA National Cemetery
  • Milton Goodell – Ohio, POW at Andersonville Prison Camp, died 1862 at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana. Burial site unknown.
  • Leverette Goodell – Ohio

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World War I

  • Perry Hunt Stalter – Minnesota
  • Elwin C. Brace – Colorado

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World War II

  • Perry Hunt Stalter – Minnesota
  • Eugene Lomas – Colorado
  • Robert Foreman – Colorado – Army, Pacific Theater
  • Arliss G. Mann – Iowa – Europe and North Africa
  • Lloyd Baber
  • Leon Baber

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Viet Nam

  • Donald Stalter

Others who have served:

  • Robert Lucero –  Army
  • Robert Hancock – Air Force
  • Gary Langdon – Army
  • Warren Bitterlich – Army
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