Union Veteran Legion No 17
Altoona, Pa. July 1911.
Date of Charter August 20 1887.
U.V.L. Composed of Officers, Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, of the Union Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. during the War of the Rebellion who volunteered prior to the First of July 1863, for a term of three years, and were honorably discharged for any cause after a service of at least two continuous years, or were at any time discharged by reason of wounds received in line of duty. No drafted person or substitute nor any one who at any time bore arms against the United States, shall be eligible to membership.
Living Members [by] Name Co[mpany] Reg[imen]t State
George Attig A 54 P.V. [Pennsylvania Volunteers]
William Aiken F 76 P.V. Jos Ammerman G 51 P.V.
William Alley E 45 P.V. Jesse B Bartley A 49 P.V.
M L Barker F 102 P.V. Robt F Bankert E 105 P.V.
Simon B Barr A 84 P.V. D H Benner D 110 P.V.
Jos T Brown F 76 P.V. Travan Buck F 76 P.V.
G W Buck A 110 P.V. J W Carpenter H 12 Pa. Res.
D Chamberlain I 5 Pa. Res. P F Confer G 1 Pa. Res.
Thomas Coleman A 2 Pa. Res. C G Cook G 138 P.V.
Wm S Dannals A 84 P.V. J H Dougherty G 12 Pa. Cav.
B H De Turk C 1 N.Y. Eng.
John H. Dowling B 4 Del. H W Drips H 12 Pa. Res.
D H Edwards C 19 U.S. Reg. J C Farley A 1 D.C.
O P Finney M 62 P.V. M H Foose M 16 Pa. Cav.
J D Fries E 28 P.V. John R Fraser B 8 Conn.
D P Funk G 12 Pa. Cav. John R Garden M 62 P.V.
D R P Gilliland C 77 P.V. W C Glunt F 2 Pa. Res.
Mercer Grey A 1 Pa. Cav. George H Gwin F 76 P.V.
Fred Hainsey I 55 P.V. S T Henderson H 110 P.V.
W K Hileman A 84 P.V. Robert Howe C 76 P.V.
Henry Irvin E 45 P.V. William Irvin M 9 Pa. Cav.
George Jellison I 11 Pa. Res. Geo W Kuhn M 9 Pa. Cav.
F Keim K 101 P.V. P Logue H 6 Ohio John Ling C 76 P.V.
Geo Lafferty F 76 P.V. Wm A McDermitt I 54 P.V.
H A Miller F 76 P.V. S R Mathews B 49 P.V.
M H Mackey F 148 P.V. Jas Morgan H 110 P.V.
W D McDowell D 4 Pa. Cav. G A McClellan F 49 P.V.
C McMullin A 55 P.V. T W Morgan F 76 P.V.
D G McCullough A 54 P.V. J A McNight B 7 Pa. Res.
Thos Painter H 12 Pa. Res. J W Plummer C 110 P.V.
J H Pross H 76 P.V. Michael Poet C 76 P.V.
John N Patterson B 49 P.V. Barney C Ross F 148 N.Y.
O S Rumberger H 49 P.V. I Richardson G 11 Pa. Res.
R P Sharp A 55 P.V. H Savets K 5 U.S. Art. E P Scotten C 79 P.V.
S B Tipton M 62 P.V. Edmund Shaw Sergt-Major 110 P.V.
W E Shope D 49 P.V.
George Smith E 47 P.V. M G Trout G 12 Pa. Cav.
J A Walters G 12 Pa. Cav. Joseph F Wahl M 14 Pa. Cav.
R S Westbrook B 49 P.V. John Weller E 1 Pa. Art.
Isaac Wyant Bat. K 5 U.S. Art. R.S. Westbrook Adjutant
John R. Fraser Colonel
Deceased Members [by] Name Co[mpany] Reg[imen]t State
Henry C Allen G 148 P.V. J Westly Allen Surg. U.S.A.
M Burley F 2 Pa. Cav. S J Breth G 11 Pa. Cav.
J H Bougher F 62 P.V. D E Beighel M 9 Pa. Cav.
Dill, Blackstone M 62 P.V. A A Black G 149 P.V.
Jacob Breon F 148 P.V. H Bunker A 84 P.V.
M Brannon M 62 P.V. R J Crozier M 62 P.V.
O Cunningham K 101 P.V. Wm Champeno C 76 P.V.
J M Clark F 2 Pa. Res. S Clabaugh G 11 Pa. Cav.
Chas W Curry C 84 P.V. H H Chrisman F 2 Pa. Res.
J W Daugherty A 84 P.V. S W Drips H 12 Pa. Res.
William Flinn I 54 P.V. J Frederick G 12 Pa. Cav.
J H Stroh C 79 P.V. A B Gooderham F 28 P.V.
J T Gardner G 12 Pa. Cav. William Guyer A 9 Pa. Cav.
J H Gray I 55 P.V. Geo E Gracy H 107 P.V.
Jacob Hirst M 62 P.V. John Hurd M 12 Pa. Cav.
Thomas Howe G 3 P.V. P Hughes A 55 P.V.
W K Haines M 9 Pa. Cav. Daniel Isenberg M 9 Pa. Cav.
W H Jeffries H 63 P.V. Robt Johnston E 84 P.V.
B F Johns A 49 P.V. David Koch A 54 N.Y.
A H Kelly M 9 Pa. Cav.
G Keiffer A 54 P.V. E Levingston B 149 P.V.
J M Lantz L 12 Pa. Cav. R J Lytle K 14 Pa. Cav.
J F McNoldy K 148 P.V. J Mufty M 62 P.V.
John McNevin C 76 P.V. Thos S McCahen M 9 Pa. Cav.
Henry Miller E 10 Pa. Res. J F Murry C 1 Pa. Cav.
D H Miller G 5 Pa. Res. W Scott Miller Bat. B 1 Pa. L. Art.
John K Myers K 107 P.V. Harrison Oburn C 45 P.V.
J J Oatman B 11 Pa. Res. E Powell G 5 Pa. Res.
Henry B Piper E 11 Pa. [V.] J B Reid F 2 Pa. Res.
Joseph Riggle E 45 P.V. G A Reeves B 79 P.V.
W C Roller Asst. Surg. D 23 P.V. W Rhodes G 1 Pa. Cav.
W M Smith H 9 Pa. Cav. D P Stewart D 110 P.V.
P Sullivan E 69 P.V. F D Saupp K 55 P.V.
H H Snider M 62 P.V. Jas M Smith A 11 Pa. Res.
R Stoltz F 93 P.V. J W Smith B 93 P.V.
J J Shaner E 5 Pa. Res. D Stackhouse G 12 Pa. Cav.
J Tearney B 87 P.V. C A Wonderlick A 7 Pa. Res.
J Wigaman F 84 P.V. Casper Wicker F 76 P.V.
Harry Wayne F 76 P.V. S S Wilson A 1 Pa. Cav.
F Wicker F 76 P.V. Peter Weible A 55 P.V.
Erected 1911 by Union Veteran Legion No 17.
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, US Civil.
Location. 40° 31.024′ N, 78° 24.138′ W. Marker is in Altoona, Pennsylvania, in Blair County. Memorial is at the intersection of 12th Street and 13th Avenue, on the left when traveling north on 12th Street. Marker is on the wall of Altoona City Hall. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1301 12th Street, Altoona PA 16601, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Altoona Volunteer Fire Department Bell (here, next to this marker); William H. Prosser (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Isaac Charles Mishler (about 300 feet away); Memorial Projectile (about 700 feet away); First Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA (about 700 feet away); Logan House (about 700 feet away); The Silver Chief (approx. 0.2 miles away); Veterans Memorial (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Altoona.
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