Civil War List
These men are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Elk City, Kansas.
A list of Civil War Veterans belonging to Elk City's GAR Post #128 was found in the Elk City Globe Newspaper dated 8-14-1885. A second list was found in the Elk City Globe dated May 23, 1883. Both lists were added to information on the Civil War List and is noted in parentheses as such (information). Link to both newspaper article in their entirety as listed in newspapers, many men on list not in our cemetery.
Petition List of 1885
Louisburg Township list of 1883
Veterans That are buried in the smaller cemeteries around Elk City
Elk City's Gold Star Boys from WWII
Taken from the Service Men Book published in Elk City by the VFW and Businesses of Elk City in the late 1940's or 1950's, no publication date is listed. Many of the boys from our area who served our country in WWI and WWII are in this book. Listed on this page are only the Gold Star Bosy who gave up their life for our Country
One Gold Star Boys from WWI is listed
Gold Star Boys who died in WWII and are buried in the Memorial at Oak Hill Cemetery at Elk City, Kansas
Servicemen in wars between Civil War and World War I
Woodring, John, Kentucky Mexican War
Harpster, Frank Spanish/American War
Holland, Frank P.-Navy- Co. A 19th US Inf. Cuba
McTaggart, Daniel Co. H. 17th US Inf. Army/Navy b. 8-19-1880 d. 11-11-1948 also in WWI
Paull, Volney - Navy- P.I. Cuba, Puerto Rico b. 6-21-1872 d. 4-18-1917
World War I List
The Names listed with a bullett are taken from a book entitled "Service Record World War I and II Elk City and Community" sponsored by V.F.W. Memorial Post No. 7254 and assisted by the Elk City Community and Elk City Business Men.
WWI Veterans buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Elk City, Kansas
World War II List
Our WWII Veterans came from three diffent sources:
1. The Names listed with a asterisk (*) are taken from a book entitled "Service Record World War I and II Elk City and Community" sponsored by V.F.W. Memorial Post No. 7254 and assisted by the Elk City Community and Elk City Business Men. These men went into service from Elk City area but are not necessarily buried here.
2. WWII Veterans buried in Oak Hill Cemetery unless otherwise noted
3. In our Community Building is a list of the Roll of Honor of those who entered the war from Elk City. Many did not return after the war therefore no additional information was available unless noted. We will update info as we find it.
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