Donald G. Labaj
PO Box 634, Berea, Ohio 44017-0634
Phone (216) 973-0525
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Donald George Labaj (1950-)
Sergeant
United States Air Force
Flight 27, 3727 BMTS, Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas 1970
15th TFW, 1st TFW; MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida 1970-71
314th TAW; Little Rock AFB, Jacksonville, Arkansas 1971-73
HQ, SAMSO; Los Angeles AFS, El Segundo, California 1973-77

Good Conduct Medal with Oak Leak Cluster
National Service Defense MedalLongevity Service AwardNCO Professional Military Education Graduate
Ancestral Veterans

United States Civil War

Michael Thomas Murphy (1840-1919), 2nd GGF
Landsman 2nd Class, United States Navy; USS Santee; 25 May 1861-12 Sep 1862
Fireman 2nd Class, United States Navy; USS Vermont, USS Potomac, USS Penguin; 9 Sep 1864-19 Aug 1865

Buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio


War of 1812

Peter Grauberger (Gr[a/o]wb[a/e/o]rger) (1780-c1871), 3rd GGF
Sergeant, 1st Regiment, Dundas Militia; 7 Jul 1812-7 Jan 1813
Sergeant, Captain Jacob Weegar's Company, 5th Regiment, Dundas Sedentary Militia; 25 Apr 1813-24 Jul 1813
Sergeant, Captain George Merkley's Company and Captain Jacob Weegar's Company, 5th Regiment, Dundas Sedentary Militia; 25 Sep 1813-24 Dec 1813
Sergeant, Captain George Merkley's Company, 1st Regiment, Dundas Sedentary Militia; 25 Dec 1813-24 Mar 1814
Possibly present at the battle of Crysler's Farm, 11 Nov 1813.
Buried in an unknown location, likely in Dundas County, Ontario, Canada


American Revolutionary War

Joseph Hulett (1752-1850), 4th GGF
Belchertown, Massachusetts Company of Minutemen
Private, Captain John Cowls' Company, Colonel Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; 1 May 1775-1 Jan 1776
On guard at the battle of Bunker Hill.
Present at the battle of Litchman's Point.
Buried in an unknown location, likely in Windsor County, Vermont

Daniel Fletcher (1763-1844), 4th GGF
Private, Captain Thomas Hovey's Company, Colonel Nathan Tyler's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; Jun-Dec 1779
Private, Captain Sylvanus Smith's Company, Colonel Timothy Bigelow's Regiment (15th), Massachusetts Militia; Jun-Dec 1780
Was present for, and witnessed, the execution of Major John Andre, 2 Oct 1780, Tappan, New York.
Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Chester, Vermont

Peter Grauberger (Gr[a/o]wb[a/e/o]rger) (1745-1810), 4th GGF
Sergeant, Colonel Peter Yates' 14th Regiment (Hoosack and Schaghtecooke), Albany County, New York Militia; c1780
Private, Captain Henry Vanderhoff's Company, Colonel Doty's Regiment, Vermont Militia; 25 Oct-5 Nov 1781
Buried in an unknown location, likely in Dundas County, Ontario, Canada

Johann Simon Strader (John Strader), United Empire Loyalist (1758-1846), 4th GGF
King's Royal Regiment of New York
Buried in an unknown location, likely in Dundas County, Ontario, Canada



Veteran Relatives

Job Alexander (1841-1922), 1st Cousin-4
Private, 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry; United States Civil War

Buried in Butternut Ridge Cemetery, Eaton Township, Lorain County, Ohio

Byron Dunham Bell (1894-1964), 5th Cousin-1
PM1, United States Navy; World War I

Buried in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, California

Amos Hulette Benson (1843-1919), 1st Cousin-3
Private, 16th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Hennepin County, Minnesota

Edward T. Benson (1876-aft1919), 2nd Cousin-2
34th Div, 135th United States Infantry; 4th Div., 85th United States Infantry, World War I

Frederick Benson (c1847-1898), 1st Cousin-3
Private, 13th New York Calvary, 3rd New York ProvCav; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Warren County, Pennsylvania

Valentine Henry Benson (c1845-b1907), 1st Cousin-3
Private, 16th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Elk County, Pennsylvania

Edward Lee Blackburn (1924-1994), 2nd Cousin-1
United States Army

Buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio

Daniel D. Brazee (1844-1933), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, 75th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Corydon Cemetery, Warren County, Pennsylvania

George Brewster (1896-1964), 2nd Cousin-2
Private, 2nd MG Btn.; World War I
Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Millersburg, Michigan

George G. Brewster (1920-1973), 3rd Cousin-1
Private First Class, United States Army; World War II
Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Millersburg, Michigan

Harry Clayton Brewster (1892-1957), 2nd Cousin-2
United States Navy

Probably buried in Los Angeles County, California

Hiram H. Brewster (1877-aft1920), 2nd Cousin-2
Company L, 20th Reg United States Army

Leon K. Brewster (1923-1998), 3rd Cousin-1
United States Navy; World War II

Buried in Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario, California

Milo Brewster (1844-1920), 1st Cousin-3
Private, Company E, 7th Michigan Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Millersburg, Michigan

Roy Herbert Brewster (1919-1995), 3rd Cousin-1
United States Navy; World War II, Korea
Buried in Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario, California

Norman Beardsley Cable (1926-1985), 6th Cousin
United States Army, World War II

Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Pennsylvania

Howard Grant Corey (1907-1987), 4th Cousin-2
Rear Admiral, United States Navy, Ret.; World War II, Korea
1930 Graduate, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis

James Arthur Crobar (1924-), 3rd Cousin-1
Major, United States Army Air Force, United States Air Force, Ret.; World War II, Korea

Pilot

James Elmer Crobar (1947-), 2nd Cousin
United States Army; Vietnam

Bronze Star for Heroism

Charles Mathew Crober (1895-1989), 2nd Cousin-2
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

Buried In Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Williamsburg Township, Ontario, Canada

Paul Francis Crober (1951-), 4th Cousin
Colonel, Canadian Forces, Ret.; Cyprus, Bosnia

Graduate, Royal Military College, Kingston; Graduate, Royal Roads Military College, Victoria


John B. Farnum (c1844-1862)
, 2nd Cousin-3
Private, Company E, 10th Vermont Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, 7 Dec 1862

Probably buried in Arlington, VT

Joseph C. Farnum (c1839-bef 1910), 2nd Cousin-3
Corporal, Company G, 1st Vermont Cavalry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Arlington, VT


Marshall G. Fellows (c1919-1951)
, 6th Cousin
Private First Class, 32nd InfReg, 7th InfDiv, USArmyNG; Korean War

Killed In Action, 27 Aug 1951, North Korea
Combat Infantryman's Badge
Purple HeartKorea Service Medal
United Nations Service MedalNational Defense Service MedalRepublic of Korea War Service Medal


Vergil Burdette Fellows, Sr. (1928-1999), 6th Cousin
Staff Sergeant, United States Army, Ret.; Vietnam

Buried in Marion National Cemetery, Marion, Indiana

Charles Fish (1935-), 6th Cousin
United States Army


Robert Leroy Fish (1951-), 6th Cousin-1
United States Navy, 1969-1983

Service aboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CVA-67), USS Tripoli (LPH-10), USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20), and at NSF Antarctica, Patuxent River NAS and Lakehurst NAS

Ronald Lewis Fish (1943-), 6th Cousin
United States Navy


William Freeman Fish (1926-2001), 6th Cousin
United States Navy; World War II

Buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Russell, Pennsylvania

Cyrus E. Fitch (1843-1912), 3rd Cousin-3
Company A, 9th NYHArt; United States Civil War


Buried in Glenside Cemetery, Wolcott Village, New York

George H. Fitch (1846-1897), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company A, 9th New York HArty; United States Civil War


Buried in Bath National Cemetery, Bath, Steuben County, New York


Bailey N. Fletcher (1821-1865)
, 1st Cousin-4
Private, Company I, 50th Illinois Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, Nashville, TN, 23 Feb 1865

Buried in Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee

Joel C. Fletcher (c1850-c1921), 2nd Cousin-3
Private, Company G, 119th Illinois Infantry; Company F, 16th United States Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California

Jonas Fletcher (1789-1860), 3rd GGUncle
War of 1812

Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Chester, Vermont

The Honorable George Hulet Foster (c1839-1913), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company A, 124th Ohio Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio

Andrew Grauberger (c1785-c1871), 3rd GGUncle
1st Reg., Dundas Militia; War of 1812

Probably buried in Wilberforce or Westmeath Township, Renfrew County, Ontario, California

Daniel Grauberger (Daniel Grawbarger) (c1752-1830), 4th GGUncle
American Revolutionary War
Enlisted Man, 6th Regiment (Rennselearwick), Albany County, New York Militia
Buried in the Old Lutheran Cemetery, Schagticoke, Rensselaer County, New York

Heinrich D. Grauberger (Henry D. Grawbarger) (1787-1876), 1st Cousin-5
War of 1812
Private, Captain David Bryan's Company, Colonel Knickerbacker's 45th Regiment, New York Militia; 8-16 Sep 1814
Buried in an unmarked grave in Warren County, Pennsylvania

Hendrick Grauberger (Henry Grawb[a/e]rger) (1758-c1839), 4th GGUncle
American Revolutionary War
Sergeant, Captain Henry Vanderhoff's Company, Colonel Doty's Regiment, Vermont Militia; 25 Oct-5 Nov 1781
Buried in Rosekrans Cemetery, Town of Halfmoon, Saratoga County, New York

Henry Grauberger (c1780-bef1851), 3rd GGUncle
7th Reg., Dundas Militia; War of 1812

Probably buried in Dundas County, Ontario, Canada

Johannes Grauberger (1792-aft1849), 3rd GGUncle
1st Reg., Dundas Militia; War of 1812

Edward (Ned) Grawbarger (1869-1933), 2nd Cousin-3
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

Probably buried in Parry Sound County, Ontario, Canada


George Grawbarger (1892-1916)
, 3rd Cousin-2
Private, 31st Bat., Alberta Regiment, Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I
Died in the service of his country, Europe, 15 Sep 1916
Buried in Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France

Glenn Harvey Grawbarger (????-c1991), 4th Cousin-1
Canadian Forces; UN/NATO Peacekeeping

Henry M. Grawbarger (1847-c1932), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company K, 147th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in the New Cemetery at Bridgeport, Town of Cicero, New York


James Andrew Bruce Grawbarger (1919-1944)
, 4th Cousin-1
Sergeant, Algonquin Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps; World War II
Died in the service of his country, Europe, 10 Oct 1944
Buried in Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, Maldegem, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Jacob Henry Grawbarger (Jacob Grawberg) (c1794-c1872), 1st Cousin-5
War of 1812
Captain Davis Bryan's Company, New York Militia
Buried in Louden Cemetery, Saratoga County, New York

John W. Grawbarger (1836-1881), 2nd Cousin-4
Private, Company K, 12th PA Calvary, Company C., 2nd Reg. United States Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Warren County, Pennsylvania

Norman Bert Grawbarger (1919-), 3rd Cousin-2
Canadian Forces; World War II

Robert Grawbarger (c1873-aft1916), 2nd Cousin-3
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

Robert Nicholl Grawbarger (1845-1917), 2nd Cousin-3
Private, Company C, 12th Missouri Calvary; United States Civil War


Buried in Courtland Cemetery, Courtland Township, Kent County, Michigan

Thomas Edgar (Black Tom) Grawbarger (1900-1989), 3rd Cousin-2
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

Buried in Restoule Cemetery, Restoule, Ontario, Canada

Wilbert A. Grawbarger (1894-1953), 3rd Cousin-2
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

Leonard George Henry Grawburg (1898-1957), 4th Cousin-2
Canadian Expeditionary Force; World War I

William Alan Grawburg (1919-1998), 5th Cousin-1
Lieutenant, United States Navy; World War II
Pilot; 1941 Graduate, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis
Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Cherokee, Iowa

William J. Growbarger (1832-1910), 2nd Cousin-3
Sergeant, Company G, 26th KY Volunteer Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Ohio County, Kentucky

Arthur Howard Hoag, Jr. (1923-1996), 2nd Cousin-1
United States Navy; World War II

Probably buried in Lake County, Florida

Raymond C. Hooper (1896-1974), 4th Cousin-2
Army Air Corps; World War I

Probably buried in Daytona Beach, Florida

Chauncey C. Hulet (c1843-1936), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company A, 40th Indiana Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Bay Pines National Cemetery, St. Petersburg, Florida

John Hulet (1756-1842), 2nd Cousin-6
American Revolutionary War
Private, Captain Joseph Stebbin's Company, Colonel Jonathan Brewer's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; May-Oct 1775
Private, Captain Ezekial Hearick's Company, Colonel Brown's Regiment (Berkshire Co.), Massachusetts Militia; Jun-Jul 1777
(Unknown Rank), Captain Noah Lankton's Company, Colonel John Ashley's Regiment (Berkshire Company), Massachusetts Militia; Sep-Oct 1777
Buried in Westview Cemetery, Brunswick, Ohio

The Honorable Jonathan Turner Hulet (1823-1901), 4th Cousin-4
Missouri State Militia; Sergeant, Company A, 6th Iowa Calvary; United States Civil War

A member of the Dakota Territorial House of Representatives, 1868-69
Buried in Adams Street Cemetery, Berea, Ohio

Marshall Fletcher Hulet (1845-1927), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company B, 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Sylvanus Hulet (1758-1824), 2nd Cousin-6
American Revolutionary War
(Unknown Rank), Captain Lancaster's Company, Colonel Ashley's Regiment, Continental Army; Jul 1779-Apr 1780
Private, Lieutenant Solomon Jackson's Company, Colonel John Ashley's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; Oct 1781
Buried in Abbott Cemetery, Nelson Township, Portage County, Ohio

Wesley Hulet (1794-1861), 3rd Cousin-5
Chamberlin's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; War of 1812
Buried in Westview Cemetery, Brunswick, Ohio


Charles Hulett (1837-1863)
, 5th Cousin-3
Corporal, Company D, 26th Iowa Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, Milliken's Bend, LA, 3 May 1863

Supposedly buried in Vicksburg, Mississippi

Edwin Henry Hulett (1841-1888), 2nd GGUncle
Private, Company G, 16th New York Infantry; United States Civil War
A participant in the first battle of Manassas.

Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Heuvelton, New York


Joseph Adams Hulett (1831-1862)
, 1st Cousin-4
Corporal, Company H, 21st Iowa Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, Rolla, MO, 17 Oct 1862

Buried in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, MO

Joseph S. Hulett (1846-1925), 2nd Cousin-3
Private, Company H, 12th Illinois Cavalry; United States Civil War


Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, WA

Lewis D. Hulett (1844-1917), 2nd Cousin-3
Private, Company B, 147th Illinois Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Council Bluffs, IA

Lyman A. Hulett (1839-1907), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company A, 2nd Vermont Infantry; United States Civil War
Wounded at the battle of the Wilderness, VA.

Probably buried in Shaftsbury, Bennington County, Vermont


Lyman A. Hulett (1830-1865)
, 1st Cousin-4
Private, Company B, 147th Illinois Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, Morrison, IL, 18 Nov 1865

Buried in Grove Hill Cemetery, Morrison, IL

Mortimer Godfrey Hulett (1842-1904), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company A, 7th Iowa Infantry; 14th Michigan Light Artillery; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Sacramento, California


Oliver Perry Hulett (1814-1862)
, 3rd Cousin-5
Private, Company H, 16th Iowa Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country, St. Louis, Missouri, 20 Jun 1862

Buried in Oakridge Cemetery, Marshall, Michigan

Orlo Perry Hulett (1839-1920), 4th Cousin-4
Private, Company D, 12th Michigan Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Oakland County, Michigan


William Pitt Hulett (c1834-1863)
, 2nd GGUncle
Musician, Company F, 60th New York Infantry; United States Civil War
Killed at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA, 3 May 1863

Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Heuvelton, New York

Glenn Willard Keyse (1933-1993), 1st Cousin
United States Navy; Korean War
Served aboard the USS New Jersey (BB-62).
Buried in Sunset Memorial Park, Olmsted Township, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Roland G. Johnson, Jr. (1928-1996), 3rd Cousin-1
United States Coast Guard?

Probably buried in St. Petersburg, Florida

Nelson H. Keyse (1895-1951), 2nd Cousin-2
World War I

Buried in North Madison Cemetery, Lake County, Ohio

Walter J. Keyse (1897-1968), 1st Cousin-2
World War I

Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Madison, Lake County, Ohio

Russel E. Krueger (1896-1977), 2nd Cousin-2
World War I

John Adam Lawson (1919-1981), 3rd Cousin-2
Staff Sergeant, United States Army, World War II

May be buried in St. Mary Cemetery, Grafton, Lorain County, Ohio

Robert Lee Lawson (1917-2004), 3rd Cousin-2
Corporal, United States Army, World War II

George N. Losee (1843-1926), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company C, 13th New York Heavy Artillery; United States Civil War


Buried in Cottonwood Cemetery, Calhoun County, Iowa

John J. Losee, Jr. (1844-1914), 3rd Cousin-3
Sergeant, Company D, 69th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Minden Cemetery, Minden, Nebraska

Chester Arthur Marsh (1890-????), 4th Cousin-2
World War I
Probably buried in McKean County, Pennsylvania

R. Bruce Marsh (1927-1992), 5th Cousin-1
United States Navy; World War II
Buried in Willow Dale Cemetery, Bradford, McKean County, Pennsylvania

George M. Meacher (1909-1987), 2nd Cousin-2
Private First Class, United States Army, World War II
Buried in Bennett's Corners Cemetery, Medina County, Ohio

Stephen Mosher (1824-1869), 3rd Cousin-3
Sergeant, Company F, 4th Michigan Cavalry; Veteran Reserve Corps; United States Civil War

Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Lenawee County, Michigan

Michael J. Murphy (1876-c1958), GGUncle
Sergeant, Company L, 5th Reg., Ohio Volunteer Infantry.; Spanish-American War

Wallace Frederick Outrid (1895-1953), 5th Cousin-1
World War I
Buried in Mack's Corners Cemetery, Elk Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania

Robert Jefferson Pringle (1895-1979), 3rd Cousin-1
World War I

Lila Sires (1919-1981), 2nd Cousin-2
World War II

Dana C. Smith (1898-1989), 6th Cousin-2
World War I

Walker Smith (1896-1993), 6th Cousin-2
World War I

George H. Stevens (1841-1907), 1st Cousin-3
Corporal, Company A, 14th Wisconsin Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Rienzi Cemetery, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin


Mortimer Stevens (c1845-1861)
, GGUncle
Musician, Company F, 60th New York Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country of typhoid fever, Baltimore, MD, 10 Apr 1865.
First soldier from St. Lawrence County, New York to die during the War.

Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Heuvelton, New York

Theodore H. Stevens (1843-1920), GGUncle
Private, Company G, 16th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Vassar, Michigan

Nelson C. Teeter (1836-1928), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company G, 9th US Infantry; Indian Wars 1855-1860
First Sergeant, Olney's Company of Oregon Calvary; United States Civil War


Buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California

Marshall H. Trout (1889-1958), 6th Cousin-2
World War I

Russell John Trout, MD (1892-1958), 6th Cousin-2
World War I

David Vorce (1837-1923), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company K, 9th New York Heavy Artillery; United States Civil War


Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Painesville, Ohio in an unmarked grave

George A. Vorce (1842-1908), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company G, 193rd New York Iny; United States Civil War


Buried in Matteson Cemetery, Matteson, Branch County, Michigan

Volney A. Vorce (1896-aft1930), 5th Cousin-1
2nd Lieutenant, Michigan NGRes.; pre-World War I

Charles W. Wagar (1847-1917), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company H, 125th New York Infantry; United States Civil War


Buried in Boonville, Oneida County, New York


James Henry Wagar (1843-1865)
, 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company H, 125th New York Infantry; United States Civil War
Died in the service of his country at Washington, DC, 10 Apr 1865, of wounds received at Hatcher's Run, Virginia

Buried in the Wager Family Cemetery, Haynersville, Town of Brunswick, Rensselaer County, New York


Robert J. Washburg (c1923-1945)
, 6th Cousin
Ensign, United States Naval Reserve; Pilot, USS Natoma Bay (CVE 62), World War II
Missing in action off of Luzon, PI, 9 Apr 1945
Air Medal
Memorialized in Honolulu, Hawaii

Henry H. Wetherwax (c1810-c1870), 2nd Cousin-4
Private, Company A, 129th Indiana Infantry; United States Civil War


Probably buried in Powers Cemetery, York Township, Steuben County, Indiana

Franklin Halbert Wilde (1886-1977), 1st Cousin-3
United States Navy, World War I
Probably buried in Tacoma, Washington

Henry W. Wilde (c1844-1879), 2nd GGUncle
Private, Bty. G, M, 1st Ohio Light Artillery; United States Civil War


Buried in Monroe Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio in an unmarked grave

Albert Henry Zibble (1846-1923), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company L, 7th Michigan Calvary; United States Civil War


Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Rifle, Colorado

Lewis Daniel Zibble (1835-1913), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company A, 5th Minnesota Infantry; Company K, 2nd Minnesota Calvary; United States Civil War


Buried in St.John's Lutheran Cemetery, Spring Valley Township, Pierce County, Wisconsin

Thomas Jefferson Zibble (1843-1927), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Company F, 64th New York Infantry; United States Civil War
Wounded at Fair Oaks, VA, Gettysburg, PA and Spotsylvania CH, VA.

Buried in Randolph Rural Cemetery, Randolph, Cattaraugus County, New York

Walter Emery Zibble (1895-1965), 4th Cousin-2
World War I

Probably buried in Tacoma, Washington

William Zibble (1833-aft1910), 3rd Cousin-3
Private, Warren County Rifles; United States Civil War

Buried in the Carnahan Family Cemetery, Wolf Run, Elko Township, Cattaraugus County, New York








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