Russell, Retser Smith buried Grainfield Gove Co Ks. served Co. G, 146 Illinois Vol Inf. brn 10 Nov 1845 at New Albany, Floyd Co Indiana died 25 Nov 1912
Russell, Charles Madison buried at Grainfield Gove Co Ks served E Co of 94th Illinois Reg. brn 9 Feb 1835 at Georgetown, Floyd Co Indiana died 30 Dec 1924 at Hoxie Sheridan Co Ks buried at Grainfield Gove Co Ks these two are brothers. Wilbur D. Russell,
William Harvey Storm buried in the Zion Cemetery,
served in the Indiana Infantry, but after the Civil War he moved his family to Ulysses, Grant County, Kansas. He was born 6-4-1841 and died 3-26-1889. William Harvey Storm is 10 miles S. & 1/2 mile W. of Ulysses, Grant County, Kansas. Noted on the cemetery record is: "Corp., Co. F, 133rd, Indiana Infantry".
William Henry Grubb is buried in a cemetary just north and east of what appears to be a fair grounds in Emporia, Greenwood ? County, Kansas. I always called it "The Emporia Cemetary" although I don't know if that is the official name. Sorry about the vagueness. Born 8 OCT 1844, Union or Logan Co., OH Died 21 Dec 1908, Utopia, Kansas -- William served in the 30th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co. E. His father, Benjamin also served in the same company, but died at Vicksburg and is buried in the National Cemetary there. --
Jesse Aldrich. "In 1860, Jesse Aldrich lived with his family in Eureka, Greenwood, Kansas where he was a farmer. During the Civil War, he served in the Union Cavalry: 11th Regiment of the Kansas Cavalry. He died in February 1863 in Springfield, Missouri while still in the service of the U.S. Army.". Lisa Stoner
Kathy Welch Heidel
July ~ 1998