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Indian Creek Cemetery, Brown Township, near Browns Valley, Indiana
Maple Ridge Cemetery, Brown Township, Waveland, Indiana
If anyone knows of Mex-Amer War soldiers of the area or good links for this war, PLEASE let me know :) kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal, 1 March 1895 ST. LOUIS Globe-Democrat:
It is a curious fact that a Democratic Congress has fixed the minimum pension of soldiers of the civil war at $6 per month, and that of soldiers of the Mexican war at $12 per month. It is proper to add that a large majority of the former are Republicans, while most of the latter are not.
New Richmond Cemetery
Mahlon Jackson Mason - born 21 Mar 1816 died 23 Feb 1884
Waveland Presbyterian Cemetery
Casper Budd (Colonel)
BRYANT, Col. Robert E. - this one is so long, here's a link to it and thanks muches to Kim H
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal, 29 June 1900
Nathan Lewis, on old Mexican war veteran, and for many years well known in this vicinity, died at his home in Tippecanoe county and was buried in the Clouser cemetery Tuesday. - thanks to Kim H
Crawfordsville Weekly Journal,17 November 1893 Mexican War Veteran Dies James Owens died Tuesday afternoon at the county poor farm, where he had been confined for some time because of unsoundness of mind. The deceased was first lieutenant of Company K, First Indiana, during the Mexican war. In this company R.E. Bryant and Loren Miller served. The deceased was a good soldier and a respected citizen. He leaves some property. Note: Buried Oak Hill - thanks to Kim H
SMITH, William E.L.
Source: The Washington Register Washington County Thursday December 1, 1904
Wm. E. L. Smith. Wm. E.L. SMITH was born August 16, 1823, in Piqua county, Ohio, married January 12, 1854, to Mrs. Martha TANSEL at Montgomery county, Indiana. Four children were born to this union, two sons and two daughters. They lived in Missouri for some years and afterwards moved to Kansas where he spent his last days. He united with the Presbyterian church about fifty years ago but had his membership with the Methodist church during the last twenty-eight years of his life. He served through the entire service of the Mexican war, and also belonged to the Home Guards of the Civil ar. He was a loving companion, kind father and good neighbor. He died November 26, 1904, at the age of eighty-one years, three months and two days. His aged companion, four children, and three step children, A. Tansel, Sparks, Ok., Mrs. Albertine MYERS of this city and Mrs. May Campbell, Grand Junction, Colo., and many friends are left to mourn his loss. His children are Mrs. Geo. COLEMAN, Beloit, Kan., W.H. SMITH of this city, Mrs. R.L. CHRISTIAN, Clyde, Kan., and Elmer E. SMITH, city. The funeral services were conducted at the Christian church by the writer at one o'clock, November 27, 1904. He was laid to rest in the Washington Cemetery. Albert L. Young. - kbz
WALDON, J.H. - letter to Capt. Talbot - love it !