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Records For All Potter Co. Veterans Of All Wars



There are a total of 549 records for Military Veterans.
Listing is sorted by last name.

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Total Records: 28



LastFirstDOBDODSpouseParentsNotesView Record
Ladigo Thomas 1890 1950
World War I
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Lamb Michael 1828 1878 Lamb, Christiana A.
Civil War
See Also Small Marker
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Lamberton Henry October 23, 1823 June 06, 1891 Charlotte D. (Staysa)
Civil War
Pvt. - Co. D 76th PA Vols.
Aged 67 Yrs 7 Mos & 11 ds
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Larkin Jack F. Sr. May 28, 1928 March 01, 1992 #1 Ruth Margaret (Bish) Braley Larkin # 2 Linda (Hail) Larkin William Emmett and Ruth (Brace) Larkin
US Navy WWII
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Lawton James Burd September 11, 1886 June 21, 1960 Lawton, Chloe B.
Korea
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Lawton William W. January 09, 1878 July 16, 1965 Anna C. (Hitchcock) Lawton William Mack and Rocelia Irene (Grover) Lawton
World War I
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Lawton Joseph November 18, 1827 January 24, 1892 1st Mary Cleveland - 2nd Sarah Herring Amos Lawton and Electa Goodenough
Civil War
Co G 46 Regt Pa Inf
Image Courtesy of Rose
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Lawton Robert B. February 15, 1930 December 04, 2006 Lawton, Elizabeth A.
Korea
Cpl US Army
See Also Military Plate
Shinglehouse Vol. Fire Dept.
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Lawton Donald A. June 18, 1910 August 15, 1998 Lawton, Elizabeth M.
WWII
US Army
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Lawton Emily B. (Gannon) 1830 January 31, 1895 Lucius Lawton
G.A.R Marker here for Husband Lucius who served in Civil War. No stone found for Lucius.
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Lawton Henry 1825 1888 Nancy (Wilcox) Lawton Amos and Electa Jane (Goodenough) Lawton
Civil War
G.A.R.
Aged 67 Years
Age on stone and Age by dates do not match.
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Leach James H. 1831 1898 Loretta J. Leach
Civil War
Co. C 46th Regt. Pa Vols
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See Also Foot Stone
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Learn Clair R. April 18, 1919 May 12, 1999 Learn, Mildred D. (Kshir)
WWII
S1 US Navy
Pacific Theatre
See Also Military Plate
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Leighton Edward J. Sr December 14, 1936 January 11, 2008
US Marine Corps
Peacetime?
IMage Courtesy of Donna McCaffey
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Leilous Donald E (Ducky) March 02, 1925 June 26, 1988
US Coast Guard
WWII
Married April 11, 1947
See Also Military Plate
"Love will keep us together forever"
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Leverett Albert M. October 09, 1923 May 01, 1991 Leverett, Constance V.
WWII
Pvt. US Army
See Also Military Plate
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Lloyd George G. April 29, 1933 February 19, 2003
Korean War
US Navy
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Lockwood William January 28, 1799 December 17, 1880 Laura (Lucas) Lockwood
War of 1812
Wed January 06, 1818 in Yates Co. NY
Settled in Potter Co. In 1849
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Lockwood Robert E. December 31, 1939 February 12, 1999
US Army
Vietnam
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Lockwood Jacob H. June 17, 1830 December 10, 1887 Mary A. (Conner) Lockwood William and Laura (Lucas) Lockwood
Civil War
Co. F 210 Regt. Pa. Vol
'A noble man has gone to his reward'
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Lockwood James T. October 10, 1834 April 12, 1910 Sarah V. (Torrey) Lockwood William and Laura (Lucas) Lockwood
Civil War
Co. G 46th Regt. Pa. Vols.
Sgt., Wounded in hip at Atlanta, Ga., Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville Prison from May 02, 1863 to May 15, 1863 - Promoted from Corporal to Sergeant on Septmber 29, 1864. - Mustered out with company on July 16, 1865
wed 1866
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Lowe LaVerne A. Jr. March 11, 1946 February 05, 2006 Lowe, LaVerne A. Sr. and Vera I. (Lawton)
Peace Time
US Merchant Marine
See Also Close Up
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Lundy Joseph E. January 20, 1981 February 07, 2008
SPC US Army Iraq
'Loving Father Son & Brother'
See Also :Military Plate
See Also: Close Up
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Lunn James November 07, 1914 April 18, 1979 Earle L. and Mabel (Langdon) Lunn
WWII
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Lunn Ebenezer July 03, 1832 February 28, 1891 Lunn, Sarah
Civil War
Priv. Co. H. 15 Regt. N.Y. Eng. Vol.
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Lunn Claude Kelsy August 11, 1895 June 24, 1956 Viola V. (Dexter) Lunn Fred and Frances A. (Cameron) Lunn
Worl War I
Pennsylvania Cook 305 Ammo Tn 80 Div
Wed June 01, 1920 in Coudersport, PA.
See Also Close-Up
See Also Military Stone
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Lunn Rowlee E. 1892 1917
US Navy
World War I
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Lyman Isaac August 18, 1759 March 01, 1827 Sally Edgecomb Lyman, Laura Pierce Lyman, and Patience Mann Lyman Benjamin and Sarah French Foster Lyman
Major Isaac Lyman, an American Revolutionary war veteran was one of the first permanent settlers in Potter County. Major Lyman is recognized the founder of Potter County. He was paid ten dollars for each settler he convinced to move to Potter County. He built his home in 1809 in nearby Lymansville, now known as Ladonna. Major Lyman also built the first road to cross Potter County and Potter County\'s first sawmill and gristmill. Lyman had a colorful personal history. After the death in childbirth of his first wife, Sally Edgecombe, he remarried; later he left his second wife and started a third family in Potter County. The second Mrs. Lyman was determined not to suffer on her own. She sought out the Major, travelling from Bolton Landing, New York to Potter County with the help of their son, Burrell, who was 18 at the time. Major Lyman lived with these two families in Potter County. Historical accounts of the living situation vary. Some say that Lyman kept both wives under one roof. Others state that there were two log homes for the families on the same piece of property. Descendants of Major Isaac Lymans three families still live and work in Potter County. (from Wikipedia)
Photo Courtesy of Larry Johnson
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