HISTORY, OF THE FRANKFORT CEMETERY
Lewis; Alexander McEwan' John M. Sharp; Chester Brooks,
marine corps, died February, 1921.
Soldiers of the Spanish-American War:
Lieut. William N. Bridgeford; Hord Brown, William Cul-
ter, Cad Davis, J. D. Davis, John B. Kingkade, Clarence Mc-
Daniel; C. M. Netherton, A. D. Quire, Andrew Salender, Buell
Soldiers of the World War:
Frank Busam, Harry T. Conroy, William Chism, 149th
Inft., 48th Division, died at Brest, France, March 11th, 1919;
Charles Dickey; Orvid Herrick; James Harris; Thomas Miles;
Otho B. Marlow; Newland Moffett Shryock; Walter White;
Samuel E. Williams, and Major Frank M. Scanland; Lieut.
William McEwan, son of Rev. W. L. McEwan, D.D.; Miles
Ragland, Stewart Hosler; Eugene Mitchell, Navy.
In addition to the above lists, which includes some of the
names given below, the followmng are given to make more cer-
tain the character of service rendered:
Sylvester Welch was chief engineer of Kentucky from
1837 to 1842; Marine D. West, Quarter Master General Marine
of the United States; Calender J. Lewis, Paymaster in the
United States Navy; Captain Breckenridge F. Blackburn died
1867, aged thirty-five years; Gen. Ambrose W. Dudley, Quar-
ter Master Gen. of the United States for fifteen years; Col. E.
H. Taylor, U. S. A.; Col. John Rodman, U. S. A.; General Wil-
liam Hardin, 1840, United States; Lieut. Presley Nevil
O'Banion, Algerian War; Lieut. John J. Crittenden, on Staff
of Gen. Custer and was killed by the Indians June 25th, 1876,
at the Little Big Horn when Gen. Custer with sixteen officers
and three hundred enlisted men were massacred by the Indians.