Caleb Harrington, Lexington Militia. Killed April 19, 1775, Battle of Lexington Green.
Midshipman Joseph Israel, USN. Killed September 4, 1804, Tripoli.
Lt. Peter Gamble, USN. Killed September 11, 1814, Battle of Lake Champlain.
Pvt. Francis D. Carter, 1st Illinois Regiment. Killed, February 23, 1847, Battle of Buena Vista.
Lt. Theodore W. Hodges, 55th Illinois Volunteers Infantry. Killed April 6, 1862, Battle of Shiloh.
Private George Hooker, United States Army, Killed January 22, 1873, Tonto Creek, Arizona
Chief Yeoman George Henry Ellis, USN. Killed July 3, 1898, Battle of Santiago de Cuba.
Private Robert L Blackwell, United States Army. Killed October 11, 1918, Hundred Days Offensive.
Chief Radioman John Francis Bauer US Naval Reserve, Killed October 31, 1941, USS Reuben James
Signalman First Class Douglas A. Munro, United States Coast Guard, Killed September 27, 1942, Guadalcanal
Charles Villines, Civilian Contractor, Killed October 7, 1943, Wake Island
Pvt. John T. Julian, United States Army, Killed January 1, 1945, Battle of the Bulge.
PFC Attilio M Lupacchino, United States Marine Corps. Killed December 9, 1950, Battle of Chosin Reservoir.
1st Lt Howard Walker Kaiser, United States Air Force. Killed September 13, 1966. Vietnam.
Captain Arthur Bonifas, United States Army, Killed August 18, 1976, Korean DMZ
LCPL Thomas R. Adams, United States Marine Corp. Killed October 8, 1990. Operation Desert Storm.
Seaman James Rodrick McDaniels, United States Navy, Killed October 12, 2000, USS Cole.
SSG Maudlyn A. White, United States Army, Killed September 11, 2001, Pentagon.
LCPL Abraham Simpson, United States Marine Corps, Killed November 9, 2004, Fallujah.
SSgt David D. Self, United States Army. Killed May 16, 2011, Afghanistan.
Rest in Peace.
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