SOLDIERS BURIED IN THE VICINITY OF BRADFORD, PA
Elk, Cameron, and Potter, Pennsylvania
J.H. Beers, Chicago, 1890
James De Long, First Company Fourteenth New York Volunteers, War of 1812; died April 21, 1872, aged ninety.
A. Beaman, New York Volunteers, War of 1812.
M. P. Brown, Company D, One Hundred and Forty-sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers, died May 21, 1872.
Julius Buchanan entered service in 1861, died July 27, 1872.
George Ingraham, soldier of 1812, died July 27. 1872.
M. O'Brien, Company F, Seventy-second New York Volunteers, died November 27, 1877.
Barnabus Pike, soldier of 1812, and the first white settler in this valley, died October 30, 1880.
H. D. Hicks. Company C, Two Hundred and Eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, died at Petersburgh, Va., April 2, 1865, aged forty-three years and two weeks.
Sam Brownlee, Forty-ninth New York Volunteers, died in June, 1880.
Thomas Maben, Pennsylvania Volunteers, died May 1, 1881.
William Fairfax, United States Colored Troops.
Joseph Carpenter, Eleventh New York Volunteers, died September 19, 1877, aged thirty-two years.
Henry Schlegel, Company F, Thirty-sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers, died December 17, 1881.
Frank Humbart, Pennsylvania Volunteers, died during the year 1881.
A. L. West, Company D, Twenty-third Regiment N. J. Volunteers, died in October, 1880, at Knapp's creek.
A. S. Magee, died in December, 1881, at Bradford.
G. Hutchinson, Company E, Fifty-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers, died May 5, 1880.
Benjamin Lecompt, Company B, Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Richard Chancellor, Company B, United States Colored Troops.
J. B. Jamison, Fiftieth New York Engineers.
H. Ingles, Company D, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
OAK HILL CEMETERY
E. W. Skinner, corporal Company F, One Hundred and Eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, killed March 2, 1863.
M. Rodell, Massachusetts regiment.
Capt. I. N. Thompson, Company K, Sixteenth 1Ylaine Volunteers, died May 6, 1880.
Himan Cole, One Hundred and Seventh N. Y. S. V.
James W. Cabbott, Company I, Forty-second Pennsylvania Volunteers (Bucktails).
C. Morrison, Company G, Independent Infantry of Pennsylvania.
Zadock Reynolds, War of 1812, died April