As I mentioned before, I photographed a few Civil War veterans' graves in Greenwood Memorial Terrace here in Spokane on Sunday. Here's a list of the veterans, with links to their memorial pages and grave photos on Find A Grave:
C. R. Bardwell - Company C, 6th Minnesota Infantry
His wife, Mary E. Bardwell.
Eugene S. P. Bolton - Company A, 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery
F. W. Fiske - Company C, 8th Minnesota Infantry
Martin Holston - Company B, 1st Illinois Cavalry - UPDATE 23 Sep 2007: Read his biography here.
Pvt. Albert B. Hurd - Company H, 6th Minnesota Infantry (He already had a memorial page and photo, unbeknownst to me, but I added the photo I took.)
Hiram O. Johnson - Company H, 9th Indiana Infantry
Pvt. Joseph Litterneau - Company F, 12th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
William W. Mason - 39th Massachusetts Infantry
John W. Proctor - "U. S. Soldier"
Corp. Christian Sanders - Company F, 6th Wisconsin Infantry
His probable wife, Elizabeth Sanders.
Sgt. Walter Scott - Company K, U.S. Colored Troops Infantry (I'd love to find out more of his story! African-Americans have always been a definite minority in this community, especially at the time this man would have lived here.) - UPDATE: Craig Manson, at GeneaBlogie, has created a "brief study" of Sgt. Walter Scott's life here.
John C. Squires - Company I, 2nd New York Heavy Artillery
Henry S. Walker - Company L, 3rd Wisconsin Cavalry
James B. Warren - Company D, 18th Missouri Infantry
Musician Charles F. Wightman - Company C, 26th Illinois Infantry
I used the Sons of Union Veterans National Graves Registration Database to try to find more detailed information on these men. There wasn't much, but I did get some full names where I only found initials, a couple of dates (most of the stones did not list birth/death dates), and some explanations for some of the abbreviations.
These are but a handful of the 393 known Civil War veterans buried in this cemetery and the 803 total buried in this county. I want to know more about these men, and perhaps this summer I can do some research on them, or find their obituaries in the microfilmed newspapers in the downtown library.