Monday, May 15, 2017

Honor Roll for the town of Langdon, New Hampshire

Langdon, New Hampshire

This document was contributed by Andrea Cheeney of the Langdon Heritage Commission.  It is a collection of all the names of the men and women who served in the following wars and conflicts:  The Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican American War, Spanish American War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Modern and Peacetime wars and conflicts, Persian Gulf War, War on Terrorism, and Iraq. These names are not listed on the memorial stone in Langdon, but have been collected by the Heritage Commission. 

The link to this list will be posted at the Honor Roll Project website on Memorial Day.  

American Revolution
Dates: 1775 - 1783
Where: Eastern seaboard of North America
How It Ended: The Treaty of Paris was signed on Sept. 3, 1783
American Battle Deaths: 4,435 (approx.)

Bidwell, Allen
Brooks, John Dury
Bundy, Elias
Clark, Nathaniel
Colburn, Benjamin
Dennison, Jedediah
Fairbanks, Capt. Jonas
Fletcher, Jonathan
Garfield, Samuel
Gleason, Windsor
Hodskins, John
Holden, Asa
Howard, Jeremiah
Johnson, Issacher
Lamb, Nathaniel
Palmer, Benjamin
Prentiss, John
Prouty, Daniel
Prouty, John
Reed, Ezra
Rice, David
Royce, Lemuel
Sartwell (or Sartell), John
Smith, Ebenezer
Walker, Abel
Walker, Asa
Walker, Seth Jr.
Willard, Jonathan


War of 1812
Dates: 1812 - 1815
Where: Canada, Eastern seaboard of the United States, Great Lakes and Lake Champlain
How It Ended: The Treaty of Ghent was signed on Dec. 24, 1814. Unaware of the treaty, Gen. Andrew Jackson engaged and crushed the British at New Orleans on January 8, 1815.
American Battle Deaths: 2,260 (approx.)

Blood, Trueman
Carlisle, Samuel
Garfield, Daniel
Jennison, Levi
Peck, Daniel
Prouty, Justin
Prouty, Pardon
Prouty, Phinehas
Read, Warren
Rue, Hiram
Sartwell, Royal
Waldo, Elijah
Walker, Alvah
Whipple, Stephen


Mexican American War
Dates: 1846 - 1848
Where: Mexico and southwestern United States, including modern-day Texas, California and New Mexico
How It Ended: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed on Feb. 2, 1848.
American Battle Deaths: 1,733 (approx.)

Cady, Stephen
Hacket, Harvey

Spanish-American War
Dates: April 25 - Aug. 12, 1898
Where : Mainly in the Spanish possessions of Cuba and the Philippines
How It Ended: The Treaty of Paris was signed on Dec. 10, 1898.
American Battle Deaths: 385 (approx.)

Kenyon, Samuel
Maloney, James


Civil War
Dates: 1861 - 1865
Where: Primarily in the Eastern half of the United States (east of the Mississippi River)
How It Ended: Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at the small settlement of Appomattox Court House in southwestern Virginia on April 9, 1865.
American Battle Deaths: Union forces 140,414 and Confederate forces 74,524 (approx.)

Adams, John Loren
Adams, Lewis
Adams, Norman Lewis
Brohn, Carl
Blood, Milton Harrison
Brackett, Freeman E.
Bragg, Valentine H
Brown, George
Burke, Thomas
Butler, John
Cady, Leonard S.
Cady, Willard S
Carpenter, Alfred
Colburn, Wilson W
Conally, Michael
Currier, John
Davis, Leander
Davis, Salmon T.J.
Demmick, Frank
Estrabrook, John W
Farro, Leo
Fiffield, Edwin
Fisher, Andrew C.
Fisk, Andrew
Gassett, Daniel
Gibson, Israel G
Gleason, Francis
Gleason, Lorenzo
Goodwin, George W
Griggs, Almaron
Gowen, George Milton
Hackett, Harvey
Hale, Gustavus
Hannigan, William
Hartwell, Charles E
Hartwell, William H
Hiland, Thomas
Holden, George R
Holden, Henry M
Huntoon, Joel
Jaquith, Henry W
Jenna, George W
Kelley, John
Kendall, Newall
Kenyon, David Yale
King, John H
Kingsbury, Elisha A
Knight, Willard E
Lamb, George
Lamoire, Joseph
Marvin, Byron O
Mathy, John Edward
McGay, John
McKee, George
Miller, Frederick T
Murphy, James J
Nash, Otis C
Noblit, Albert
Patrie, Frank
Pierce, Edward E
Pierce, Frank O
Pierce, Jacob S
Pierce, Samuel G
Porter, Julius H
Porter, Aaron
Prentiss, Fred
Ramsey, John Francis
Ramsey, Rodney H
Ritter, Carl
Rogers, George M
Rogers, James F
Rogers, Oscar W
Royce, Frederick
Royce, William H
Rugg, Gardner H
Rugg, Horace K
Shaw, Joseph J
Shaw, Lorenzo
Shedd, Herman
Silsby, Robert M
Skinner, George W
Smith, Ceylon P
Smith, Ervin H
Smith, John C
Smith, Michael
Smith, William
Slade, Franklin L
Stearns, Charles F
Straw, Lorenzo Dearborn
Timothy, Alonzo
Tole, William
Webster, Sargent A
Wheaton, Robert A
Wheeler, George A
Wolfe, Egar S
Wright, Carroll D
Wright, Charles H
Woods, William


World War I
Dates: 1914 - 1918
Where: The Atlantic Ocean and Europe
How It Ended: Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919.
American Battle Deaths: 53,402 (approx.)

Annis, Frank

Balla, Paul
Barton, Levi
Benware,George G
Bowen, Ernest Fletcher
Carothers, Robert
Clark, Clarence H
Durling,Raymond B
Hatch, Fred
Heselton, Carroll Henery
Holmes, Russell Herbert
Holway, Raymond
Jacobs, Ralph Heath
Kilpatrick, Harold
Lamb, Harold George
Lampher, Roy
LaSelle, Earle Ethewynne
Mazzie, Harry
Mousley, Dr Bayard T
Mousley, Leon W
Porter, George Loring
Whitney, Benjamin R
Whitney, Orrin Calvin


World War II
Dates: 1939 - 1945
Where: Europe, North Africa, Asia, Australia, and Pacific islands including Hawaii, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
How It Ended: Japan was the last Axis power to surrender on August 14, 1945, after the U.S. bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
American Battle Deaths: 291,557 (approx.)

Aiken, Delbert
Aiken, Ralph
Amidon, Winthrop
Apostolos, Irene
Ball, Wayne
Balla, Alton
Batchelder, Ernest   Jr.
Batchelder, Robert
Beach, Norman
Blake, Harry
Blogett, John
Blood, Edgar
Bugbee, Leon
Burnham, James
Bushey, Lynn
Buzzell, Ward
Campbell, James
Chadkowski, Major
Chaloux, Alcide
Chase, Allison
Cheeney, Joseph
Cole, Parker
Cook, Harry
Crane, Donald
Davis, Fred
Derosier, Wilfred
Edson, John
Fowle Leslie
Fullam, Lynn
Goodnough, Carrol
Grout, Charles
Guinard, Edmund
Hartwell, Charles
Haskins, James
Holmes, Clifford
Holmes, Royal
Huntley, Ira
Jackson, Ernest
Johnson, Clifford
Johnson, Joseph Jr
Jones, Maurice
Kemp, Leslie
Kemp, Reginald
Kempton, Seth
Kibble, William
Kirpatrick, Ernest
Knight, David
Kolapakka, Richard
Lacroix, Maurice
Lacroix, Pauline
Libby, Donald
Long, Bradley
Long, Norman
Lucier, Edward
Lufkin, Harlod
Lufkin, James
MacLellan, Constance
MacLellan, Daniel
Matthews, Bernard
Merrill, Lawrence
Monaski, Edward
Monaski, Joseph
Mousley, George
Nash, Albert
Nash. Stillman
Panek, Sygmond
Parkinson, Walter
Pare, Laurent
Peck, Ernest
Pelton, Lawrence
Pelton, Maurice
Pelton, Roger C
Peno, Carleton
Porter, George Benton
Porter, George Loring
Porter, James Benton
Potter, Ralph
Reiprich, Horst
Ring, Stanley
Robbins, Carroll
Roberge, Aumand
Rock, Elroy
Rumrill, Donald
Saunders, Sidney
Sheldon, W. Oren III
Skowfoe, John
Smith, Major
Smith, Pauline
Smith, Walter Jr.
Sodano, Walter
Spurr, Edward
Stokes, Samuel
Trybulski, Adolphus
Trybulski, Joseph
Turner, Thomas
Walker, George
Wall, John
Wheeler, Hollis
Whitton, Leon
Whitton, Morgan
Wilson, Alfred
Wilson, Clarence
Wilson, Daniel
Wilson, Dorian
Wilson, Edward
Wochek, Warren
Wood, Norman
Wood, Ralph
Woodell, George
Wright, John D
Young, Robert


Korean War
Dates: 1950 – 1953
Where: North and South Korea
How It Ended: The war reached a stalemate in June 1951.  An Armistice was finally reached on July 27, 1953.
American Battle Deaths: 33,741 (approx.)
Aiken, Dana
Allen, Daniel F
Allen, Nancy
Bascom, Allen
Batchelder, Robert
Batchelder, Sydney III
Beauchain, Louis
Bicknell, Duane
Boy, Max
Bragg, Howard Jr
Burke, Thomas Jr
Burnham, Donald
Bushey, Francis
Bushey, Lawrence
Campbell, Warren
Carroll, Robert
Clough, Richard
Cook, Harry
Cross, Carlton G. 
Davis, Gordon
Dulong, Kenneth
Durling, David
Goodnough, Carrol
Hartwell, Charles
Hurd, John
Hurd, Sumner Jr
Hurd, Vernard
Hurd, William
Kemp, William“Bill”
Kmiec, Joseph
Lamb, Herbert
Libby, Owen
MacLellan, Constance
MacLellan, Daniel
Menton, John
Meyerrose, W. Horst
Parker, Robert
Peck, Arthur
Pelton, Frank Jr
Porter, George Benton
Price, Roland
Richards, Armand Jr
Robie, Howard
Robie, Marilyn
Robie, Steven
Rogers, Rudolph
Samsel, Arthur
Sellers, Frank
St. Pierre, Bruce
Taylor, Betty
Taylor, Herbert
Ward, Elwin
Wilson, Edward D
Wright, Caleb
Young, Charles


Vietnam War
Dates: 1954 - 1975
Where: Southeast Asia
How It Ended: The U.S. withdrew after a ceasefire in 1973.
American Battle Deaths: 47,424 (approx.)

Adams, Robert S
Bascom, Allyn
Batchelder, Sydney III
Barchelder, William
Beach, David
Beam, Lucien
Beauchesne, Gary
Bellows, Elbridge
Bialobrzewski, Robert
Bragg, Everett
Bresland, John
Bushey, Lawrence
Burns, Robert
Campbell, James
Campbell, Rodney
Centre, Bart
Cheeney, David
Cheeney, Joseph Jr
Collins, Dennis
Conklin, Samuel
Cross, Carleton
Cross, James
Crossman, David
Davis, Robert
Dean, James
Downs, Jeffrey
Dunne, James
Durling, David
Ebbs, Donald
Erskine, Carleton
Fedelski, David
Fletcher, John
Fowle, James
Fowle, William
Gallagher, John
Gallagher, Paula
Goodnough, Carrol
Harrington, William
Hartwell, Charles
Heath, Anthony
Holbrook, Wendell
Holland, Carl
Holmes, Edward
Holmes, Richard
Hulett, Duard
Hurd, Dale
Hurd, Dennis
Hurd, Duane
Hurd, Vernard
Hurd, William
Jones, Brian
L'Abbe, Raymond
Lachance, Pierre
Levasseur, Edward
Mack, Edward
MacLellan, Daniel
Markham, Fred
Martin, Donald Jr
Marrison, Walter
Morris, Robert Sr
Morrison, Philip S
Neathawk, Roger
Niles, Byron
Pelton, Edward
Pelton, Walter
Pelton, William
Prescott, Samuel
Ring, Raymond
Scott, Arthur
Sheldon, W. Oren IV
Smith, William
Smith, Raymond L
Strong, Sidney
Swain, Larry
Taylor, Herbert
Toner, Peter
Utton, Chester
Walski, Ted
White, William


Modern, Peacetime or Undetermined Service

Adams,David(Haitian Crisis)
Allen, Daniel N
Balla, John
Blood, George
Bourquin, Christine
Brown, Roy A
Capuano, Naomi
Chaffee, John
Chaffee, Peter
Clark, Stephen
Cross, Andrew
Cross, Kevin
Crossman, Karen
Davis, Robert
Davis, Rogene
Fowle, William
Gabardi, Colleen
Harrington, Bill
Jacobs, David
Jones, Douglas
Jones, Wayne
Kathan, James
Mack, Gary
Paldula, Karen
Rock, Robert
Rock , Teresa
Skowfoe, Steven


Persian Gulf War
Dates: August 1990 - April 1991
Where: Iraq and Kuwait
How It Ended: After a four-day ground war, an American-led coalition declared victory. A cease-fire agreement was signed on April 9, 1991.
American Battle Deaths: 147 (approx.)

Adams, Everett Jr
Brodeur, Michael
Lacroix, David
Martin III, Don
Steven Stewart
Windes, (Beach) Amanda

War on Terrorism
Dates: Oct. 7, 2001 (War begins with U.S.-led Operation Enduring Freedom, in Afghanistan, after the terrorist attacks against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. Approximately 3,000 civilians and members of the military died as a result of the attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.) - Conflict continues...
Where: An effort to combat terrorism world-wide begins in Afghanistan.
American Deaths in Afghanistan: more than 450 as of May 2008


Iraq War
Dates: March 19, 2003 - Conflict continues...
Where: Iraq
American Deaths: more than 4,000 as of May 2008

Adams, Frankie
Briggs, Richard
Brodeur, Micheal
Casey, Andrew
Gilman Christopher (Deployment November 2009)
Whitman, Tim

 Andrea Cheeney of the Langdon Heritage Commission, Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Honor Roll for the town of Langdon, New Hampshire", Nutfield Genealogy, posted May 15, 2017, ( accessed [access date]). 


  1. Really nice work putting all this together may i suggest that after the "Gulf War" you add the following

    Afghanistan: Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) ongoing

    Iraq: Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) ended operations continue how ever fall into your category of war On Terror

    for many there service would be listed under several of the later deployments

  2. please check the spelling of Wilfred "Derodier" should be DEROSIER this is my grandfather and can be verified at the lower cemetery where his is interned

    Thank you

    1. Thanks for your message. The name has been edited.

  3. Thank you for your work in doing this. So glad to see the people from Langdon that served in the wars.