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The following is a list of Civil War Veterans buried in the Forest-Llewellyn Cemetery as compiled by Jack Rogers




Adams, William Ava
20 Feb 1830 - 30 Mar 1907
1st Lieut
Co D, 9th NY Cav

Albertson, Daniel G
02 May 1846 - 12 May 1904
27th Ind Inf

Ammerman, Albert
1840 - 1934
Co M, 12th MO Cav

Berry, Joseph
1847 - 1918
Co I, 135th IL Inf

Bornemann, Conrad
9 Aug 1829 - 21 Mar 1908
Sgt
Co F, 26th Wisc Inf

Conley, Harvey
19 Oct 1844 - 22 Dec 1921
Co F, 2nd Colo Cav

Corbin, Early
03 May 1837 - 25 Jul 1912
1st Lieut
Co M 11th MO SM Cav

Davis, John A
1831 - 1903
Sgt
Co E, 21st MO Inf

Dix, Harvey
27 Aug 1840 - 19 Aug 1861
Co C, 3rd Iowa Inf

Gates, Erastus O
13 Feb 1842 - 14 Jun 1898
Capt
Co C, 27th MO Inf

Gibson, Thomas
18 May 1843
9 Oct 1917
Cpl
Co C, 141st Ohio Inf

Gordon, James E
7 Jul 1822 - 3 Oct 1910
Capt
US Soldier

Grim, Joseph D
5 Sep 1838 - 24 Sep 1917
Colonel
Co I, 19th Ind Inf

Guile, W H
6 Jun 1843 - 25 May 1910
Co A, __ Iowa Cav

Harris, H H
1839 - 1914
Co F, 2nd __ Inf

Harris, Thomas C
11 Aug 1824 - 25 Dec 1887
1st Lieut
Co H, 7th MO Cav

Hodge, William
1828 - 1919
Co K, 79th IL Inf

Hynds, Andrew J
d 1935
Cpl
Co M, 2nd MO SM Cav

Irwin, Isaac
Co I, 80th Ohio Inf

Johnson, Francis M
2 Feb 1849 - 1 Aug 1901
Co I, 51st MO Inf

Kenyon, Arron
1 May 1835 - 22 Apr 1896
Co L, 1st Wisc Heavy Artillery

Kenyon, William
21 Apr 1833 - 18 May 1897
Co L, 1st Wisc Heavy Artillery

Kinnear, James H
1841 - 1917
Co D, 13th Ind Inf

Leach, John H
d 26 Mar 1886
Co K, 2nd PA Cav

Leeper, Clarence
d 29 Mar 1921
Co I, 4th Ohio Inf

Linn, Theodore
1842 -1898
Co B, 58th___ ___

Madden, Andrew D
d 1906
11th MO SM Cav

Marmaduke, William D 
d 2 Jul 1861
Colonel
CSA
Martin, John
Co A, 15th Iowa Inf

Mears, Reuben
1841 - 1898
Co C, 4th PA Cav

Mobley, William
Co E, 17th
US Colored Inf

Otto, Henry J
1 Jun 1834 - 8 Jun 1906
Co M, 2nd MO SM Cav

Parks, George W
2 Jun 1833 - 19 Jun 1898
Co I, 7th MO Cav

Pierson, James
Co B, 3rd Iowa Cav

Pfeister, Anthony F
15 Aug 1842 - 3 Apr 1905
Co B, 2nd MO Light Artillery

Rider, Louis B
11 Nov 1839 - 19 Aug 1906
Capt
26th Iowa Inf

Samuels, William
20 Oct 1843 - 26 Dec 1886
Co H, 14th Ind __

Shelby, Joshua
d 1918
Co K, 11th MO SM Cav
Shepard, Llewellyn A
26 Dec 1828 - 28 Jan 1890
Major
13th Ohio Inf

Smith, John A
Co E, 172nd PA Inf

Snyder, Orcinnins C
1840 - 1916
Co H, 6th Iowa Inf

Stewart, James P
9 Dec 1822 - 2 Dec 1902
Co D, __ Ind Inf

Thomas, John B
d 7 Jul 1880
Co F, 26th Mo Inf

Toles, George
b 9 Mar 1833
Co I, 49th US Colored Inf

Trent, John
Co E, 29th MO EN Militia

Walker, Daniel M
1845 - 1932
Co A, 84th IL Inf

Williams, Thomas Franklin
1843 - 1912
Co D, 137th IL Inf

Wilson, King
d 31 Jun 1897
55y
Co G, 62nd US Colored Inf

26 Confederate Soldiers Killed In Battle of Kirksville - 6 Aug 1862
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