August P. Teytand

Quartermaster, third class, serving on board the U. S. S. Leyden; for heroism at the time of the wreck of that vessel, January 21, 1903, (G. O. 145, Dec. 26, 1903) Plot:  Naval  5, Row 4, Grave 5, Yeadon, PA (Buried as August P …Read More

John Smith

Second captain of top on board of the U. S. S. Richmond, Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864.  Commended for coolness and good conduct as captain of a gun in the action in Mobile Bay on the morning and forenoon of August 5, 1864. He …Read More

Michael Owens

Private, United States Marine Corps, on board of the U. S. S. Colorado; capture of Korean forts, June 11, 1871; fighting hand to hand with the enemy and badly wounded. (G. O. 169, Feb. 8, 1872.) Plot: Naval 2, Row 22, Grave 14, Yeadon , …Read More

James Martin (Died 1895)

Sergeant, United States Marine Corps, on board of the U. S. S. Richmond, Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864; commended for coolness and good conduct as captain of a gun in the action in Mobile Bay, on the morning and forenoon of August 5, 1864; …Read More

Nicholas Lear (Died 1902)

Quartermaster on board of the U. S. S. New Ironsides; commended for highly meritorious conduct during the several engagements with Fort Fisher in December, 1864, and January, 1865. (G.O. 59, June 22, 1865.) Plot:  Naval 3, Row 3, Grave 3, Yeadon, PA  GPS: 39.93644* …Read More

John Laverty (Died 1903)

Fireman on board of the U. S. S. Wyalusing/ volunteered May 25, 1864, in a night attempt to destroy the rebel ram Albemarle, in Roanoke River, and although it was unsuccessful, he displayed courage, zeal, and unwearied exertion on the occasion. (G. O. 45, …Read More

Joseph Killackey (1879-1946)

Landsman, United States Navy, for distinguished conduct in the presence of the enemy, in battles on the 13th, 20th, 21st, and 22d of June, 1900, while with the relief expedition of the allied forces in China. (G. O. 55, July 19, 1901.) Plot:  Naval …Read More

Robert Jordan

Coxswain U. S. S. Minnesota; temporarily on board the U. S. S. Mount Washington, Nansemond River, April 14, 1863.  “Performed every duty with the utmost coolness and courage, and showed an unsurpassed devotion to the service.” (G. O. 17, July 10, 1863.) Plot: Naval 2, …Read More

Albert Beyer (1859 – 1929)

Coxswain, serving on board the U. S. S. Nashville, for extraordinary bravery and coolness while cutting the cables leading from Cienfuegos, Cuba, May 11, 1898, under heavy fire of the enemy. (G. O. 521, July 7, 1899.) Plot:  Naval  1, Row 9, Grave 2, …Read More

Henry Shutes (1804-1889)

Born: 1804 Died: September 10, 1889 Plot: Naval 2, Row 22, Grave 1 Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient Henry Shutes was a Union Navy sailor in the American Civil War and a recipient of the U.S. military’s highest decoration, the Medal of …Read More