Saturday 6 November 1915 Indianapolis Star
DEDICATE STONE AT GREENCASTLE
Members of D. A. R. Unveil Momument Erected to Memory of Thirty-Three
Revolutionary Dead in Putnam County
Nov. 5 1915
Washburn Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, this afternoon dedicated the monument recently erected in forest hill cemetery in memory of the thirty-three revolutionary soldiers whose graves are in Putnam County. The stone was unveiled by Mary Florer, following an address by William L. Taylor of Indianapolis. Mr. Taylor was introduced by Mrs. Frank Coss(Goss?), regent of Washburn Chapter. Music was provided by Robert G. McCutcheon, dean of Depauw music school, and a quartet from the university Prayer was offered by Dr. H. A. Gobin
The monument bears the following inscription: "In Memory of the Revolutionary Dead of Putnam County. Erected by Washburn Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. 1776-1915. "
The names of the Putnam County revolutionary dead are:
William Edmundson, Isaac Armstrong, Jonathan Byrd, John Buck, William Brown, Nathaniel Cunningham, Jacob Grider, Lathan Hall, Thomas Jones, John McHaffle, Andrew McPheeters?, Samuel Moore, Thomas Rhoten, Abraham Stobaugh, Thomas Tucker, Robert Whitehead, Julius Glazebrook, William Banks, John Barto- William Cornwell, Charles Bowen, Samuel Denny, Silas Hopkins, George Hammer, Joseph LaFollette, William McGaughey, Ben Mahoney, John Norman, Isaiah Slavens, Peter Stoner, John Wolden or Weldon, John Walles, William Denny.
Robert Whitehead -- 1762-2-20-1852 buried Monroe Twp, near Bainbridge. Holstein River Western NC Oct 1770 and served until Oct 1782 - Gen George Rogers Clarke Virg Line