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Veterans of the Civil War, World War One and World War Two

John P. King © November 1, 2001

Highlands Men in the Civil War


Elias Atwater Co. D 29 NJ Volunteers fisherman

Matthew Brown Co. D 29 NJV farm laborer

George B. Davis Navy   farm laborer

Joseph Eldridge Navy   waterman

Albert Havens     civilian telegrapher in Signal Corps

George W. Lewis Co. D 29 NJV waterman

Robert H. Lewis Co. D 29 NJV waterman

David Matthews Co. D 29 NJV waterman

David Matthews Co. A 38 NJV(1864) waterman

George W. Marks Co. D 29 NJV farm laborer

John C. Mount Co. F 29 NJV waterman

Horatio Mount Co. F NY Mounted Rifles farm laborer

Charles H. Parker Co. D 29 NJV waterman

George W. Parker Co. G 32 Mass Vol waterman

Jacob H. Parker Co. A 38 NJV (1864) corporal waterman

Lewis M. Parker Co. D 29 NJV waterman

Lewis M. Parker Co. A 38 NJV (1864) corporal  

William F. Parker Co. G 32 Mass Vol waterman

William P. Smith unit not known    

Horatio Tilton Co. D. 29 NJV farm laborer

William H. Van Dyke Co. F NJV waterman

William H. Van Dyke Co. A 38 NJV wagoner

Edgar B. Welch Co. D 29 NJV  

 


Highlands Men in the World War

Welcome Home Program
Saturday, September 20, 1919

HONOR ROLL of Men Welcomed Home by God
to that Land where the Horrors of War shall be no more:


William Matthews, Private (killed in action)
Archie Magee, Lieutenant (killed in action)
Ernest King, Private (died of disease)
E. C. Tomlinson, Lieutenant (killed in action)
Sergeant Woods (killed in action)

 

ROLL of Men Welcomed Home to Highlands
Saturday, September 20, 1919

John Adams,
Sig. Anderson,
Edwin B. Andrews,
William F. Andrews,
Thomas Armstrong,
Charles Aufiero,
Enrico S. Aufieri,
Thomas Baker,
Frederick Bedle,
Herman Blackheimer,
Randolph C. Borden,
George E. Braach,
Harry W. Britton,
George Brockman,
Harold Brookman,
Roy C. Burdge,
James Burke,
Alfred J. Burns,
James P. Burns,
Robert E. Burns,
Frank Cassidy,
John Clements,
Thomas F. Colleran,
Joseph Comisky,
Leroy F. Darby,
Albert Daust,
William Daust,
Ralph B. Dixon,
Louis Dobeisky,
Harold Eldridge,
Feliz Engle,
Frank T. Eustace,
Andrew Foster,
Edward G. Foster,
John H. Foster,
Frank C. Frazier,
William Groome,

Walter Hand,
John Haggeman,
Percy Hauser,
Chester Guttormson,
Ralph Hand,
Clarence J. Hedding,
Edward F. Hennessey,
George R. Hessessey,
Robert Hennessey,
William C. Hinde,
Frank Horan,
John Horn,
Herbert Hunter,
Joseph Hunter,
Nathan Jacobs,
C. Mel Johnson, Jr.,
Charles E. Johnson,
John Johnson,
Lawrence E. Keenan,
Lester King,
William Koch,
John H. Knutson,
Thomas Knutson,
Leslie D. Layton,
Allen Liming,
Ambrose E. Liming,
Leon Liming,
Arthur Lindland,
Edward McCann,
George Mc Garry,
John McGinnis,
James P. McGrail,
Mansfield,
Alvor Matthews,
Earl Matthews,
George W. Matthews,
Samuel Matthews,

Stephen Maxson,
Joseph Menzzopane,
Elmer J. Miller,
John H. Miller,
Russell Miller,
Isaac E. Mount,
Theodore Mount,
Emil Mussel,
Edward Nevins,
William S. Nevins,
Lester R. Newman,
John H. O'Neil,
Alfred D. Parker,
Arthur Parker,
Clifton Parker,
Kyril W. Parker,
Henry A. H. Patterson,
William Petro,
John Puglese,
Stewart Robson,
Forest Robertson,
Dr. James J. Rowland,
Arthur A. Smith,
Charles J. Smith,
William J. Smith,
Henry Taylor,
George B. Teaney,
Mark A. Teaney, Jr.,
William Thomolson,
Ernest Weber,
Ed. Weinheimer,
Harold A. Weinhold,
Henry Weisenberger,
Lewis J. Worth,
Alexander Yeager,
Leon Zipi

HIGHLANDS WW II VETERANS

The following names were gathered from newspaper or similar printed reports and from a photograph of the Highlands Honor Roll (containing 174 names) by JPKing. Five women have been identified.
* means killed in action (13 men)
+ means women

A. John Adair,
Robert Adair,
Lewis J. Agnime,
Charles Albano,
William Albrecht,
Philip Alfonso,
Donald Allan,
George Amaro,
John Amaro,
Albert Anderson,
George A. Andrews,
Charles Anthony,
Robert Anthony,
George Armstrong,
*Ernest Arnath,
Thomas Ashall,
Joseph Azzolina,
John Bailey, Jr.,
Rufus Bailey,
Edward Barry,
William Beaumont,
Arden Bedle,
Frederick L. Bedle,
Harry Bendeau (spelling?),
Ralph Bennett,
Charles Bennett,
Gilbert Benninger,
Richard Benoit,
Charles Bishop,
John Black,
William Black,
Frank Boland,
Joseph R. Bolger,
Eston Brink,
Howard Britton,
Harry A. Britton,
John Britton,
Vincent Brown,
Edward Bunting,
Clarence Burdge,
Mahlon Burdge,
Thomas Butler,
George Cann,
Arthur L. Card,
Douglas Card,
John P. Card,
Lester Card,
William A. Card,
Donald Carlson,
Ralph Carone,
Charles W. Case,
Michael W. Civis,
Russell Clements,
Ralph Colman, Jr.,
Anthony Cook,
Steven Cook,
+ Helen Cottrell,
Maynard Cottrell,
John Crawley,
Philip Crawley,
+ Elizabeth Cummings,
+ Ardeth Cunnane,
Wade Davis,
Al Daust,
Dyke Daust,
Wilbur Daust,
Walter J. Dean,
Charles "Bud" Dempsey,
Francis Earl Dempsey,
Frederick Gerard Dempsey,
Robert Dempsey,
Philip Derby,
James Des Biens,
Arthur Devey,
Robert Diebold,
John Dietrich,
John Down,
Ed Dorsett,
John E. Duncan,
Harry V. Duncan,
Thomas DeCamp,
Albert M. DePasquale,
Edward DePasquale,
Harold DePasquale,
John DeRosa,
Joseph DeRosa,
Samuel DeRosa,
Thomas DeRosa,

Frank DiMarco,
Raymond Edwards,
Stephen Faller,
Robert Fay,
Martin Fehlhaber,
William S. Fehlhaber,
David Feldman,
David Finch,
Carmen L. Foster,
Samuel Foster,
Stephen D. Foster,
*Kenneth Furey,
Charles Gardner,
*John M. Greene,
Walter Greene,
Carl O. Greenfield,
SteveGriffin,
Donald Hagaman,
Eugene Hagaman,
William J. Hancock,
Leonard Hardy,
*George K. "Red" Hauber,
John Hennessey,
Richard Hennessey,
Rowland Herbert,
James L. Horan,
Kiernan Horan,
Matthew F. Horan,
Charles E. Hulsberg,
Gerald Johnson,
Grandin M. Johnson,
Grover Johnson,
Robert Johnson,
Robert Johnston,
William P. Joseph,
William Kanovshy,
Sarkis J. Kavookjian,
Lester King,
Boyd Kittelson,
William Koeser,
Andrew Kornek,
Carl Kornek,
William Kornek,
Michael N. Kurtanik,
Edward Kwik,
John H. Kwik, Jr.,
Lawrence Larocque,
Anthony Layton,
Charles R. Layton,
Elmer Layton,
Stephen Layton,
Edward J. Leber,
George Leahey,
Erwin Levy,
Lewis Liming,
Robert Liming,
Raymond Lukshis,
Edward Lynch,
Victor J. Maase,
Harry Mahler, Jr.,
Vincent T. Mahon,
Alfred W. Marker,
John Martin, Jr.,
Andrew Matthews,
Revoe Matthews,
*Robert S. Matthews,
Roy Matthews,
George Maxson,
Frank McGrail,
Martin McGrail,
James McGrail,
John McGrail,
Ronald J. Meehan,
Sidney Mendes,
Vincent Mendes,
William R. Mercer,
Frank M. Miller,
*Edward Minor,
Michael Monahan,
Forrest B. Moody,
Earl Morse,
John Mount,
Ferman Mount,
Grover Mount,
*Lewis Mount,

Lewis F. Mount,
Robert J. Mount,
Marguerite Murray,
Eugene Neary,
Al Newlan,
Leo Newmark,
John H. Newton,
Peter Nistok,
Kenneth Norton,
Charles O'Neil,
Edward O'Neil,
John J. O'Neil,
Edward Ovens,
Frank Panek,
Ernest Parker,
Gavin Parker,
Henry Parker,
John Parker,
Lewis Parker,
Richard Parker,
*Samuel Thomas Parker,
Wallace Parker,
Ward H. Parker,
William Parker,
John Parmaccione,
David F. Patterson,
Joseph F. Patterson,
*Michael O. Patterson,
John Perrine,
Arnold Perry,
Benjamin Ptak,
Charles Quast,
George H. Quast,
Frederick Rast,
George A. Rea,
Michael Remak,
A. Meade Robertson,
Kermit Robertson,
Robert M. Robertson,
Thomas Robertson,
*Willard Robertson,
Everet Rogers,
Harold E. Rogers,
Samuel Romandetti,
Harry Rubley,
*Charles Rugg,
*John Ryan,
Hubert Ryan,
Arthur Sanborn,
Roger Sayers,
George Schadt,
Raymond Schadt,
George Schmidt,
Lawrence W. Schmidt,
George A. Schneider,
John Schweitzer,
Joseph C. Shay,
Albert Smith,
Charles Smith,
Edward Smith,
*LeRoy Smith,
Rudy Sorensen,
Stanley Sorensen,
Ray Spangler,
John Splain,
Karl Straman,
Harry Tammany,
Paul Thompson,
+ Gertrude Van Kirk,
John Van Kirk,
Robert Van Kirk,
Maurice Verbeist,
Ivins O. Voorhees,
Ivins P. Voorhees,
Harvey Waters,
John Walker,
Harvey Wells,
William D. Welsh,
Charles P. Westcott,
Walter E. Wheeler,
Grandin D. White,
Raymond Wissler,
James Worth,
Frank Wright.