|Civil War Pension Record|
January 8, 1899
Dr. A.L. Sherk
July 16, 1899
November 5, 1904
Philadelphia Inquirer - January 28, 1909
Camden Memorial Day Committee
In order that Camden veterans may have an elaborate celebration on Memorial Day, Mayor Ellis yesterday appointed the following committee of citizens to act in conjunction with them: William D. Vanaman, William Sangtinette, Frank W. Tussey, William Fox, Dr. J.W. Martindale, Walter L Tushingham, Ira E. Lutte, Harry C. Kramer, John W. Coleman, Bernhard Schroeder, Edward H. Nieland, Daniel M. Stevens, W.F. Powell, Abe Fuhrman, Jacob Neutze, Francis B. Wallen, Charles A. Ackley, Louis T. Derousse, James M. Bentley, John K. Newkirk, William Schmid, John Larsen, Sigismund Schoenagle, Charles M. Baldwin, and Harry A Whaland.
Philadelphia Inquirer - May 28, 1911
Ellis - Soldiers'
Monument - William Thompson - Rev.
|Camden Courier-Post * June 4, 1933|
Vets in Colorful Memorial Crowd Convention Hall
More than 2500
persons attended a joint veterans memorial observance in Convention Hall
which followed a parade of veterans and civic organizations yesterday
To the martial
strains of bands and bugle corps, the participants marched from Fifth
Street; south to Haddon
Avenue, then to Line
Street and the Convention
The parade was
headed by a squad of motorcycle
police under Acting Sergeant William Taylor. They were followed by the
band, headquarters, howitzer, medical and service companies of the 114th
Infantry in command of Capt. Mahlon
F. Ivins, Jr.
Then came the
massed colors, National Guard, Naval Reserve, Disabled American Veterans,
John J. Pershing Camp No.9, United War Veterans; Gen. John A. Mather Post
No. 18, Spanish War Veterans with their fife and drum corps and the Clara
E. Waller Auxiliary; Posts 518 and 980 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and
their bugle corps; Mt. Ephraim Junior Legion, No. 150; and, bugle corps;
Public Service American Legion Post and bugle corps; Westmont American
Legion Post and bugle corps; 50 Pennsylvania Gold Star Mothers led by Mrs.
Mary E. Hewson; Elks color
guard and the Salvation Army and band.
G. A. R. Vets
Three veterans of the G. A. R., in
flag-draped automobiles, participated in
the parade. They were John W.
Coleman, 76, of 31 North Thirty-fifth
street, who served with the 19th Pennsylvania Cavalry; William A. Morgan,
93, of Clementon, who was with the 104th Doylestown Infantry, and Leonard
L. Roray, 89, of Glassboro, who served with Company H, Third New
Ceremonies at Convention
opened with advance of the colors to the stage and
invocation by Rabbi Nachmann Arnoff.
Bratten Du Bell, former chaplain of the 114th Infantry, delivered a
memorial address, taking as his subject the career of General
A. Wolverton after paying tribute to the G. A. R., Spanish American
and World War veterans, promised that Congress would make provisions to
support widows and orphans of veterans who need aid before adjournment
He attacked any
plan for balancing the national budget which does so at the expense of the
two ways to balance the budget,'" he said. "One is to take the
money from the veterans and federal employees. The other is to require
wealth to help."
Veterans of Foreign Wars and United Spanish War Veterans memorial services
and rituals also featured the program. Rev. Lewis A. Hayes, of Westmont,
pronounced the benediction. C.
Richard Allen, past county commander of the American Legion, was
master of ceremonies.
The committee included Samuel Magill, Jr., chairman; Edward A. Stark, A. F. Klein, Joseph A. Kohler, Joseph Whylings, James J. Burke, Norval McHenry, Charles Buzine, William Amberg, James Milne, William P. Breen, William Miller, William Reinholdt; Edward J. Wintering, William Eisele, William Lloyd, Joseph F. Markley, Frank Ellis, D. J. Connors, Joseph Lounsberry and Charles M. Jefferies..
February 9, 1935
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