Personnel at Camp Atterbury, Ft. Harrison and Wakeman General Hospital during WW2 and Korea

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Provided by Jim West
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  Last Revision 02/09/2022 Revised as necessary
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Name Base Rank/Civ ASN Casualties Unit Duty Position POW Death/Buried Memo Source
? (unknown)Camp AtterburyCivilian     Buried within Camp Atterbury  Finn Farm Cem., Row 7

Hopkins Cem./Finn Cem./Whitesides Cem.: INDNR# 03-143; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NW¼ NE¼ 12-9-4; Army Tract# 34c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.

   
? (unknown)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Buried within Camp Atterbury  Finn Farm Cem., Row 7

Hopkins Cem./Finn Cem./Whitesides Cem.: INDNR# 03-143; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NW¼ NE¼ 12-9-4; Army Tract# 34c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.

   
? *infantCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., S-18Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
? Private 140th Rec.Camp AtterburyPvt/Veteran  140th Rec.  Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., L-26Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
?, *infantCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-6    
?, AliceCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-2    
?, AnnieCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-7    
?, CatherineCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-3    
?, EdwardCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury St. John's Catholic Cem., C-1    
?, ElizabethCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury St. John's Catholic Cem., C-9    
?, HenryCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-10    
?, JeremiahCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Ergenbright Cem., I-12Ergenbright/Garrison Cemetery was moved in 1942. It was BCSO # 152, INDNR # 03-122, Army Tract 10c(North of Road), and was in Bartholomew County;
Nineveh Twp; SE¼ SE¼ 6-10-5. Now in
IDNR # 41-001,
   
?, JohnCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury St. John's Catholic Cem., C-5    
?, JohnCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Ohio Ridge Cem., K-14
  1. son of J. P. & Helene
  2. Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.

       
    ?, John C.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Ergenbright Cem., D-8
    1. son of ?
    2. Ergenbright/Garrison Cemetery was moved in 1942. It was BCSO # 152, INDNR # 03-122, Army Tract 10c(North of Road), and was in Bartholomew County; Nineveh Twp; SE¼ SE¼ 6-10-5. Now in IDNR # 41-001,
       
    ?, John C.Camp Atterbury     Original Landowner Ergenbright Cem., D-8son of ?   
    ?, LizzieCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  St. John's Catholic Cem., C-8    
    ?, N. S.Camp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., P-7Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
    ?, Nancy EllenCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Landowner Single Grave, Row ?    
    ?, Nancy EllenCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Single Grave, Row ?    
    ?, Sara A.Camp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., F-22Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
    A.C.A ClubCamp AtterburyCivilian Organization       helped furnish Day Rooms. Camp Crier 02/12/1943   
    Abbett, BerylCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM Laundry Checking Dept  Edinburg IN. Photo Camp Crier 07/28/1944
       
    Abbett, Ivan R.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Abbey, Lewis N.Camp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/SVC    Camp Crier 04/09/1943   
    Abbott, Corwin C.Ft. HarrisonAUS  3d Batt Fld Art 2d Officer's Trng Cmp    5863 N. Umberland St. 17, Pittsburg PA
    Reunion 3d Batt FA, 2d Officer's Trng 11/27/1940  
    Abbott, Edgar N.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
    Abbott, Ivan R.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Abbott, JamesWakeman Hosp/Station Hosp1LT       Baby Boy 2/5/54. Cardinal 02/05/1954
       
    Abby, Albert G.Camp Atterbury2LT MAC  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
    Abdalian, NoubarCamp AtterburyPvt  773 Tank Destroyer BN    Camp Crier  11/05/1943   
    Abell, Janet K., MissWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  USAF Metabolic Study Typist  Survival Rations Study 12/1956
       
    Abend, EliasCamp AtterburyCpl  101 Austrian BN (SEP)/B    Camp Crier 04/16/1943   
    Aberegg, Delbert E.Camp AtterburyPfc  457 ENG DEPOT CO     Camp Crier 12/31/1942  
    Abernathy, James D.Camp Atterbury2LT CAC  577 MP EG Co (POW)    Personnel Report 01/28/1944
       
    Abplanalp, Elmer G. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Engineer    Camp Crier 06/16/1944
       
    Abraham, Beatrice V.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance    Camp Crier 03/02/1945   
    Abraham, FrankCamp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/MP    Camp Crier 10/01/1943   
    Abraham, NathanCamp AtterburyT/5  608 TANK DESTROYER/B    Camp Crier 10/15/1943   
    Abraham, Richard G.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/4  237 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/14/43,  
    Abramowitz, EdwardCamp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/MP    "Pioneer" 1 of first to arrive at Camp Atterbury. Photo CC 6/11/43
    Camp Crier 6/11/43,  
    Abrams, AllenCamp Atterbury1LT DC  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
    Abrams, Arthur A.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/SVC     Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
    Abrams, RichardCamp Atterbury   388 EVACMedic  11/03/2019 Swartz Creek, MIRichard proudly served his country in the U.S. Army, as a medic, stationed in Korea, in the 388th Evacuation. 388 Grp Photo 1/51  
    Abramson, Bernice MsCamp AtterburyPfc  Post QM     Camp Crier 3/17/44,  
    Abromowicz, EdwardCamp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/MP     Camp Crier 10/1/43,  
    Achepohl, Jack A.Camp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/MP     Camp Crier 10/1/43,  
    Acker, Earl W.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  72 General Hospital     Camp Crier 12/24/1942  
    Ackerman, F.Camp AtterburyT/5  773 Tank Destroyer BN Driving Instructor   Camp Crier 11/5/43,  
    Ackley, THomasCamp AtterburyPvt  610 TANK DESTROYER     Camp Crier 3/17/44,  
    Acton, Barbara JeanCamp Atterbury   Dept of Defense   12/26/2011
    Barbara began her career with the Department of Defense at Camp Atterbury, Indiana in 1953. She received a Top Secret security clearance in 1963. Following clerical and administrative assignments of increasing responsibility, Barbara became one of the first women appointed to serve as a Personnel Security Officer for the military. In this capacity, she had responsibility for advising on, adjudicating, and overseeing security clearance determinations for military personnel and employees of defense contractors. She served at many DOD installations in Georgia and throughout the nation
    Legacy  
    Acton, JackWakeman Hosp/Station HospSeaman 1/C       Baby Boy 09/06/52
    Card 10/2/52,  
    Adair, EvalineCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Adair, Gerald V. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance     Camp Crier 6/16/44,  
    Adair, Nathan J.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Adam, William J.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury ?? - 09/03/1856, Stone Arch Cem.
    1. DAR Survey of 1932
    2. 7M 6D
    3. Stone Arch Bridge Cem.: INDNR# 41-060; Johnson Cty, Nineveh Twp; SE¼ NE¼ Sec. 27, T 11N, R 4E; on Army Tract# J 100? ; sits within camp boundaries; N. of Johnson CR 775S. Time Period 1828-1881.
      NOT MOVED; NOW OUTSIDE CURRENT CAMP BOUNDARY
       
    Adamo, AnthonyWakeman Hosp/Station HospMSgt       Baby Boy 09/13/52
    Card 10/2/52  
    Adams, Bruce E. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance     Camp Crier 8/11/44,  
    Adams, C. E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospMajor  39 EVAC Hopsital Commanding   Camp Crier 12/31/42,  
    Adams, Charles E.Camp AtterburySSgt  608 TANK DESTROYER/A     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
    Adams, Charles L.Camp AtterburyCol  Post HQ 32nd - Installation Commander  32nd Post Commanding Officer 10/01/1998 to 04/2000
       
    Adams, David L.Camp AtterburyTSgt  1560 SU/QM    "Pioneer" 1 of first to arrive at Camp Atterbury. Photo CC 6/11/43
    Camp Crier 6/11/43,  
    Adams, DwightCamp AtterburySP5  Co D, 151st Rangers    Roster 05/13/1968
       
    Adams, Edward W.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  72 General Hospital     Camp Crier 2/5/43,  
    Adams, Eugene MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance, Combined Maintenance automotive section  Indianapolis IN. Photo CC 7/7/44
    Camp Crier 11/26/43,  
    Adams, HarriettWakeman Hosp/Station HospCapt  US Army HospitalNurseOperations Service Nurse   Card 2/5/54,  
    Adams, James E.Camp AtterburySSgt   1537 SU/HQ (POW) HQ Staff  
    story & photo Camp Crier 10/20/44
    Camp Crier 10/15/43, Camp Crier 10/20/44,  
    Adams, JulianCamp AtterburySSgt  3262 Training Sqd, 5012 ASU, Detachment 4 Instructor  5012th ASU 5th Army Area Food Service School, 05/16/1952Graduation program,  
    Adams, Melvin E.Camp AtterburyCapt   1537 SU/HQ (POW) Camp Postal Officer phone 345  photo CC 7/2/43
    Camp Crier 12/31/42,  
    Adams, Melvin E. MrsCamp AtterburyCivilian  1560 SU/HQ    Edinburg IN, photo CC 4/21/44
    Camp Crier 4/21/44,  
    Adams, Rachel H.Wakeman Hosp/Station Hosp1st Lt  Wakeman WMSC   Bldgs-Ind. Views  
    Adams, RossWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  USAF Metabolic Study University Lab Asst  Survival Rations Study 12/1956   
    Adams, StanleyWakeman Hosp/Station HospMajor       Baby Boy 12/8-14/53
    Card 12/23/53,  
    Adams, Vina Charlene (Knoy)Camp Atterburycivilan      05/19/2012 Martinsville INShe worked as office manager for the Martinsville Water Utilities and at Camp Atterbury. She retired in 1990 from Indiana Gas/Vectren after nearly 27 years as customer service representative. Legacy  
    Adams, VirginiaWakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  Wakeman General Hospital    photo CC 9/1/44
    Camp Crier 9/1/44,  
    Adams, William B.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospA1c       Baby Boy 10/03/53
    Card 10/16/53,  
    Adams, William J.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Stone Arch Bridge Cem., B-7Stone Arch Bridge Cem.: INDNR# 41-060; Johnson Cty, Nineveh Twp; SE¼ NE¼ Sec. 27, T 11N, R 4E; on Army Tract# J 100? ; sits within camp boundaries; N. of Johnson CR 775S. Time Period 1828-1881.
    NOT MOVED; NOW OUTSIDE CURRENT CAMP BOUNDARY
       
    AddlemanCamp Atterbury            
    Adkins, Dinia M.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM Laundry Dress Dept  Edinburg IN. Photo CC 7/28/44
    Camp Crier 6/2/44,  
    Adkins, John F.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/HQ     Camp Crier 1/15/43,  
    Adkins, MorrisCamp AtterburyPvt  3555 CASUAL CO     Camp Crier 7/16/43,  
    Adkinson, OscarCamp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/HQ    photo CC 9/10/43
    Camp Crier 9/10/43,  
    Adkisen, OscarCamp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/Range Detail    photo CC 8/13/43
    Camp Crier 8/13/43,  
    Aeschbach, George C.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospSSgtAF 6 570 241 USAF Metabolic Study Flight Ldr  Survival Rations Study 12/1956   
    Agnew, James M.Camp AtterburyPvt  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
    Ahern, James C.Camp AtterburyAUS  3d Batt Fld Art 2d Officer's Trng Cmp    


    Reunion 3d Batt FA, 2d Officer's Trng 11/27/1940  
    Ahlf, R. L.Camp AtterburyLT  1560 SU/MP    photo CC 9/3/43
    Camp Crier 9/3/43,  
    Ahrens, Ortwin J.Camp AtterburySFC  USAR Ops     Card 10/2/52  
    Ahrens, Robert ElmerCamp AtterburySFC      
    04/13/2021
    He served in the U.S. Army Artillery (Sgt. First Class), Camp Atterbury, Indiana and Camp McCoy, Wisconsin during the Korean Conflict.
    Obit  
    Ahwesh, PhilipCamp AtterburyCapt  28/10/2 BN Ops Officer  formerly Coach Duquesne University Football, Cardinal 09/29/1950,
       
    Aides, Wiley N.Camp AtterburySSgt  608 TANK DESTROYER/C     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
    Aiello, AlbertWakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt  72 General Hospital    Pro Boxer in Golden Gloves
    Camp Crier 12/4/42,  
    Aiken, ThomasCamp AtterburySgt  1560 SU/HQ    Gets mail from train at Edinburg
    Camp Crier 8/6/43,  
    Aira, Peter J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCpl  237 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/21/43,  
    Airheart, James R., Jr.Camp AtterburyT/3  429th MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 4/7/44,  
    Aitken, John F.Camp AtterburyT/5  31 SIGNAL CONST BN     Camp Crier 2/12/43,  
    Albanese, Rocco J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  18 Hospital Center     Camp Crier 11/20/42, Camp Crier 12/11/42,  
    Albarelli, Carl L.Camp AtterburyPvt  414th MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 2/4/44,  
    Alberts, Joseph G.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 7/28/1944,  
    Albin, LeRoyCamp AtterburySgt  1584 SU/B Academic Instructor   Camp Crier 8/4/44,  
    Albot, AugustWakeman Hosp/Station HospSgt  44 EVAC     Camp Crier 11/06/1942,  
    Albrecht, Edwin F.Camp AtterburyCpl  772 TANK BN/B     Camp Crier 8/18/44,  
    Aldenhagen, Ruth A.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 6/16/44,  
    Alder, JimmieCamp AtterburyCpl  895 Ordnance Heavy Maint (Q)    Hospital patient 9/43. Photo CC 9/10/43
    Camp Crier 9/10/43,  
    Alderman, Earl A.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt16 143 103 Station Hospital Ward 57    In Station Hospital 02/17/1944
    ebay 05/06/2017  
    Aldrich, Clifford F.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Safety & Health/Div of Internal Security and Intelligence Safety Inspector  Camp Crier 05/07/1943   
    Aldrich, Howard E.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU     Camp Crier 2/5/43,  
    Aldrich, PaulWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian       Baby Girl 1/8/54
    Card 1/8/54,  
    Aleksinski, Marion V.Camp AtterburyT/4  1584 SVC UNIT/B Mess Sgt   Camp Crier 4/28/44,  
    Alen, Joseph T.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/Finance     Camp Crier 1/15/43,  
    Alestri, Angelo S.Camp AtterburyPfc  3262 Training Sqd, 5012 ASU, Detachment 4 Instructor  5012th ASU 5th Army Area Food Service School, 05/16/1952Graduation program,  
    Alexander, Albert L.Camp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/HQ     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
    Alexander, FellomCamp AtterburyPvt  100 BAKERY BN/C     Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
    Alexander, HelenCamp Atterbury1st Leader  44 WAAC Post HQ Co Top Sgt  Photo studying for quiz
    Camp Crier 3/12/1943, Repubic 04/16/1943  
    Alexander, KennethCamp AtterburyLT  610 TANK DESTROYER     Camp Crier 11/26/43,  
    Alexander, Lloyd A.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Post Engineer     Camp Crier 3/2/45,  
    Alexander, Mildred A.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 1/26/45,  
    Alexander, O. Jarvis MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Purchasing & Contracting Branch     Camp Crier 5/7/43,  
    Alexander, Pauline J. (Swanson)Camp AtterburyCivilian    CA telephone operator  met husband Ralph Swanson at CA. Obit 10/2011
       
    Alexander, Philip L.Camp AtterburySP4  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
    Alexander, Willard MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops     Camp Crier 4/14/44,  
    Alfaro, GilbertCamp Atterbury   388 EVAC     388 Grp Photo 1/51  
    Alferio, NuncyCamp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/Medical Det     Camp Crier 11/12/43,  
    Alford, ArthyrCamp Atterbury1st SgtR-362 292 (issued 1906) Reconditioning Dept 1st Sgt  Never been on sick call in 38 years
    Camp Crier 07/14/1944 photo  
    Allard, Joseph G.Camp AtterburyLT  379 QM TRUCK CO Commanding  Playing card expert
    Camp Crier 9/3/43,  
    Allen, Audren R.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU, WAC Sec II     Camp Crier 2/25/44, 1943 Christmas Menu  
    Allen, Bernice W.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Housekeeper Guest House #2  Known as "Mom". story & photo CC 12/22/44
    Camp Crier 12/22/44,  
    Allen, Carroll C.Camp AtterburySsgt  429 MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 7/9/43,  
    Allen, ChristinaCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury ?? - 05/04/1842, Stone Arch Bridge Cem., D-16
    1. DAR Survey of 1932
    2. 55Y 8M 10D
    3. Stone Arch Bridge Cem.: INDNR# 41-060; Johnson Cty, Nineveh Twp; SE¼ NE¼ Sec. 27, T 11N, R 4E; on Army Tract# J 100? ; sits within camp boundaries; N. of Johnson CR 775S. Time Period 1828-1881.
      NOT MOVED; NOW OUTSIDE CURRENT CAMP BOUNDARY
       
    Allen, Denver I.Camp Atterbury1LT SnC  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
    Allen, ElijahCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 11/15/1857, Stone Arch Bridge Cem., D-17
    1. DAR Survey of 1932
    2. 74Y 11M 9D
    3. Stone Arch Bridge Cem.: INDNR# 41-060; Johnson Cty, Nineveh Twp; SE¼ NE¼ Sec. 27, T 11N, R 4E; on Army Tract# J 100? ; sits within camp boundaries; N. of Johnson CR 775S. Time Period 1828-1881.
      NOT MOVED; NOW OUTSIDE CURRENT CAMP BOUNDARY
       
    Allen, Gordon P.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 7/21/44,  
    Allen, Harvey F.Camp AtterburyCapt  610 TANK DESTROYER Personnel   Camp Crier 7/16/43,  
    Allen, Joe F.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/SVC    "Pioneer" 1 of first to arrive at Camp Atterbury. Photo  Camp Crier 12/11/1942, Camp Crier 06/11/1943
       
    Allen, Margaret MsWakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  32 GENERAL HOSPITAL    Osgood, IN. Photo CC 7/2/43
    Camp Crier 7/2/43,  
    Allen, NoraCamp AtterburyPvt  1560 SU/WACs     Camp Crier 07/14/1944  
    Allen, Percy B.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  18 Hospital Center     Camp Crier 11/20/42,  
    Allen, RogerWakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  749 MEDICAL SANITARY CO     Camp Crier 1/6/44,  
    Allen, Samuel E.Camp AtterburyT/5  100 BAKERY BN/C     Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
    Allen, Susan E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 6/2/44,  
    Allen, Warren D.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt  317 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 9/17/43,  
    Allen, William J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospSSgt  797 MEDICAL SANITARY CO     Camp Crier 9/10/43,  
    Allen, William T.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/4  118 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/21/43,  
    Allen, William W. T.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury ?? - 01/24/1837, Stone Arch Bridge Cem., D-15
    1. Son of E. & C.
    2. 3Y
    3. DAR Survey of 1932
    4. Stone Arch Bridge Cem.: INDNR# 41-060; Johnson Cty, Nineveh Twp; SE¼ NE¼ Sec. 27, T 11N, R 4E; on Army Tract# J 100? ; sits within camp boundaries; N. of Johnson CR 775S. Time Period 1828-1881.
      NOT MOVED; NOW OUTSIDE CURRENT CAMP BOUNDARY
       
    Allerby, MiltonCamp AtterburyPvt  3532 ORD MM CO/Auto Maint    baseball
    Camp Crier 6/11/43,  
    Allerdice, LaGiaConda ElizabethCamp AtterburyNurse      02/12/2018 Putnamville INIn 1945, at the close of the war, LaConda served in the Army as a nurse at Camp Atterbury.Legacy 02/23/2018  
    Alley, George W., Jr.Camp AtterburyPfc  429th MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 4/7/44,  
    Alley, Thomas E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospABAF 14 558 202 USAF Metabolic Study Volunteer  Survival Rations Study 12/1956   
    Alley, William, Jr.Camp AtterburyCpl  1534 SU/HQ & HQ     Envelope sold on Ebay 11/2010  
    Allis, Dorr D.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  237 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/14/43,  
    Allison, Alberta C.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 10/27/44,  
    Allison, AnnelaCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., I-36Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
    Allison, ClarenceCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Allison, Emma T.Camp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., I-34Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
    Allison, GeorgeCamp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Ohio Ridge Cem., I-35Ohio Ridge Cem./St.Matthews Cem.: INDNR# 03-144; Bartholomew Cty, Union Twp; NE¼ NW¼ 34-10-4; Army Tract# 23c/24c; and moved to IDNR# 41-001 (along US 31) in 1942.    
    Allison, JosephineCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Allison, Omer G.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Allman, Jack J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  62 GENERAL HOSPITAL    photo CC 9/10/43
    Camp Crier 9/10/43,  
    Allspaw, Hilda L.Camp Atterbury2LT  1560th SU/MedicalNurse    1943 Christmas Menu  
    Aloisio, George J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospTSgt  72 General Hospital    Marries Millie Colangelo
    Camp Crier 11/06/1942,  
    Alonzo, RhadamesCamp Atterbury   Co D, 151st Rangers LRP  Letter 07/30/2014 looking for info. Trained with Co D in 1968 at Ft. Benning Jump School.
    self 8/2014,  
    Alsman, Betty R.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 1/26/45,  
    Altman, FrederickCamp AtterburyT/4  101st Austrian BN (SEP)     Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
    Alves, Mauel L., Jr.Camp AtterburyPvt  414th MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 2/4/44,  
    Amanda, George B.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Amastos, LeoWakeman Hosp/Station HospSSgt  118 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/21/43,  
    Ambrose McDonaldCamp Atterbury   83rd Infantry Division        
    Ambrosini, Luke J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt  317 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 9/17/43,  
    Amburgey, CliffordWakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt  Wakeman General Hospital    Neuro-psychiatric training at Darnall Hosp, Danville KY
    Camp Crier 7/28/1944,  
    Amore, William G.Camp AtterburySSgt  1560 SU/HQ    photo CC 6/25/43
    Camp Crier 11/20/42,  
    Ancona, FrankCamp AtterburyPvt  895 Ordnance Heavy Maint (Q)     Camp Crier 4/2/43,  
    Anderle, GlennCamp AtterburyT/4  1584 SVC UNIT/A     Camp Crier 4/28/44,  
    Anders, Marilyn MsWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Station Hospital Red Cross Office Office worker  photo CC 9/24/43
    CC 9/24/43,  
    Andersen, Glenn C.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCapt  18 Hospital Center     Camp Crier 2/12/43,  
    Andersen, Raymond W.Camp Atterbury/5  1560 SU/HQ     Camp Crier 5/7/43,  
    Anderson, *infant girlCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., D-1    
    Anderson, *infant sonCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., F-2    
    Anderson, BettyWakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  US Army HospitalNurseNurse Neuropsychiatric Service   Card 2/5/54,  
    Anderson, Betty L.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 9/15/44,  
    Anderson, Clayton R. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops     Camp Crier 5/26/44,  
    Anderson, Clyde E. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM     Camp Crier 3/24/44,  
    Anderson, Clyde J.Wakeman Hosp/Station Hosp   1537th SU/HQ Asst Army Emergency Relief Officer  1st baby boy born in Post Hospital. Photo CC 7/2/43
    CC 10/30/1942,CC 6/11/43,  
    Anderson, Clyde R.Camp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/QM    promotion
    Camp Crier 09/25/1942,  
    Anderson, CulelmCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., E-2

    Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
    Not Moved

       
    Anderson, DavidCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., 05/01/1908 - 05/01/1908
    1. Parents: James Washington Anderson and Ethel Melissa Smith
    2. Find A Grave # 53 574 978
       
    Anderson, David H.Camp AtterburyT/5  457 ENG DEPOT CO     Camp Crier 12/31/42,  
    Anderson, Donald B.Camp AtterburySP5  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
    Anderson, Edward H.Camp AtterburyCpl  3262 Training Sqd, 5012 ASU, Detachment 4 Instructor  5012th ASU 5th Army Area Food Service School, 05/16/1952Graduation program,  
    Anderson, ElizabethCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Mt. Moriah Cem., O-2

    Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
    NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

       
    Anderson, ElizabethCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Moriah Cem.Plot O-2
       
    Anderson, Elizabeth (Cotton)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., 07/19/1804 - 03/25/1886
    1. Parents: James Buck Cotton and Mary "Polly" Walker. Siblings: William Cotton, Martha Cotton Daniel Miller, Malinda Cotton Phelps, Thomas Cotton, and James CottonHusband: George Washington Anderson Sr. (married 21 Feb 1821 Garrard Co., KY)
    2. Find A Grave # 20 793 583
       
    Anderson, Ethel Melissa (Smith)Camp Atterbury     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 09/23/1879 - 02/16/1930, Mt. Moriah Cem., K-1
    1. Ethel Melissa Anderson, aged fifty years, died last Sunday at her home in Hamblen township. She was the daughter of James and Mary Smith and spent practically all her life in Brown County. She was married to Jas. W. Anderson February 20, 1895, and to their union seven children were born, five of whom survive. They are Mrs. Grace Allender, near Peoga; Mrs. Mamie Freye, near Nineveh; Mrs. Mary Ford, near Nashville, and Robert and Ruby at home. Mrs. Anderson united with the New Bethel Church at the age of sixteen years. Was a faithful wife, loving mother and a good neighbor, and leaves a host of friends to mourn her departure.  Brown County Democrat 20 Feb 1930.
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, Frances MsCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM     Camp Crier 11/26/43,  
    Anderson, Frank PierceCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 01/27/1907 - 06/17/1907, Mt. Moriah
    1. Parents: James Washington Anderson and Ethel Melissa Smith. Siblings: Grace Marie Anderson Allender, Mamie May Anderson Frye, Mary Catherine Anderson Ford, David Anderson, Robert Earl Anderson, Ruby Leona Anderson Harsch, and Mabel Irene Anderson
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, GeorgeCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., E-5

    Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
    Not Moved

       
    Anderson, George A.Ft. HarrisonAUS  3d Batt Fld Art 2d Officer's Trng Cmp    
    Address unk

    Reunion 3d Batt FA, 2d Officer's Trng 11/27/1940  
    Anderson, GoldieWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 09/01/1944
       
    Anderson, Goldie IreneCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 02/16/1917 - 02/16/1907, Mt. Moriah
    1. Parents: Sylvan Renso Anderson and Gertrude S. Swift. Siblings: Donald Wayne Anderson, Mildred Marie Anderson Rhude McFarland, Louis Dale Anderson, Margaret Pearl Anderson Schrougham, Harlen Eugene Anderson, Marjorie M. Anderson Essex, and Clyde E. Anderson
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, Harold K.Wakeman Hosp/Station Hosp1LT  Station Hospital     CC 10/23/1942  
    Anderson, Harold K. (2)Camp AtterburyCapt  Post Asst Transportation Officer (Passenger) phone 682  "Pioneer" 1 of first to arrive at Camp Atterbury
    CC 1/15/43,CC 5/28/43,  
    Anderson, HarryCamp AtterburyCivilian       Built the Hospital buildings
    Bldgs-Construction  
    Anderson, HerschelCamp AtterburyT/5  452 Coast Artillery BN (AA)2     Camp Crier 2/12/43,  
    Anderson, Howard W.Camp AtterburyPvt  249 QM BN Mess Hall #2   Camp Crier 11/06/1942,  
    Anderson, Infant GirlCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem. D-1

    Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
    Not Moved

       
    Anderson, Infant Son of Anderson T. E.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem. F-2

    Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
    Not Moved

       
    Anderson, James A.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/4  749 MEDICAL SANITARY CO     Camp Crier 6/25/43,  
    Anderson, James D.Camp AtterburyCpl  1560 SU/QM    promotion
    Camp Crier 09/25/1942,  
    Anderson, James Washington "Wash"Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Birth 7 Apr 1868 Brown County, Indiana, USA Death 28 Aug 1946 (aged 78) Brown County, Indiana, USA Burial Mount Moriah Cemetery Brown County, Indiana, USA
    1. Parents: John Wesley Anderson Sr. and Sarah Catherine Walker. Siblings: John Wesley Anderson Jr., Catherine Elizabeth Anderson Musser, Martha Jane Anderson Miller, George Thomas Anderson, Mary Frances Anderson Hogan, Eliza Alice Anderson Hamblen, Ida A. Anderson Stillabower Goodloe Hamblen, and Oda May Anderson
    2. Brown County Democrat 5 Sep 1946
    3. WASH ANDERSON, PROMINENT RESIDENT, PASSES AWAY. James W. Anderson, a lifelong resident of Hamblen Township, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Grace Allender, in his native township August 28. He had reached the age of 78 years, 4 months and 21 days. The son of John and Sarah Anderson, he was born in Hamblen Township April 7, 1868. He was united in marriage to Ethel Smith in 1895 and to this union seven children were born. Two of that number, Mabel and Frank Anderson, preceded him in death and Mrs. Anderson passed away in 1930. The children who survive, in addition to Mrs. Allander, are Mrs. Mamie Frye, Mrs. Ruby Harsch and Robert Anderson, all of Nineveh, and Mrs. Mary Ford, of Nashville. The deceased man is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Ida Hamblen, of Edinburg, ten grandchildren, three great-grandchidlren, several nieces and nephews and host of neighbors and friends who mourn his death. When but a young man, Mr. Anderson united with the New Bethel Church, to which he remained faithful until death. Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Church of God, south of Peoga, in charge of Rev. Boswell. Burial was in the Anderson Cemetery on Camp Atterbury reservation. Pall bearers were Raymond Rainwater, Curtis Slevins, Herb Brownsfield, Fred Harsch, Gus Freeman, Glenn Zimmerman and Harry Daffron. Flower girls were Mary Freeman, Ann Preston, Darlene Daffron, Patty Daffron, Loretta Jackson and Beulah Dailey.
    4. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
    FAG 25361602   
    Anderson, JohnCamp Atterbury   Officer's Mess Staff     CC 10/20/44,  
    Anderson, John K.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Anderson, John V.Camp AtterburySgt  264 MP     CC 12/24/42,  
    Anderson, John W.Camp AtterburyT/5  610 TANK DESTROYER     CC 8/27/43  
    Anderson, John Wesley, Sr.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 
    Birth
    Kentucky, USA
    Death 8 Dec 1908 (aged 73)
    Brown County, Indiana, USA
    Burial Brown County, Indiana, USA
    O-3
    1. The Brown County Death Index (book 2, page 8) shows a date of birth of 24 Oct 1834 and a date of death of 11 Dec 1908. The photo of the gravestone shows a date of death of 8 Dec 1908. The gravestone photo also shows that he was 73Y 1M 16D as of his date of death, which calculates to a date of birth of 22 Oct 1835. The 1900 Census shows a month of birth of October, 1835.Find A Grave # 20 884 057
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
    FAG 20884057  
    Anderson, Joseph TheophilusCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 03/03/1797 - ??, Mt. Moriah
    1. The history of Joseph has been very difficult to find, but there are a few things that are known. He had little schooling but became a teacher. He lived in Brown Co., to Clinton Co., then to Fulton Co. and in later years was living with two of his nieces, Sally Coy Miller and Patsy Coy near Edinburg. Joseph purchased property from USA 1837 N.W. corner of N.E. 1/4 section 21 Township 10 Range 4 E, which was once community of Mt. Moriah, Brown Co., Barth. Co., line. Anderson Family Cem. Hamblen Twp. Brown Co., Ind. Alternate name Mt. Moriah. Joseph Anderson does not have a tombstone in this cemetery - which is now with Camp Atterbury Military Reservation. There are some unmarked graves at this cemetery. According to a descendant of George Anderson, Joseph is buried next to Elizabeth Cotton Anderson and her sister. I have been there and there is a big rock which marks a grave but there is no name.  Find A Grave # 21 888 702
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, JulieCamp AtterburyCivilian  Liberty Belles Chair of Entertainment Committee  photo CC 8/18/44
    Camp Crier 8/18/44,  
    Anderson, Leo V.Camp AtterburyLT  569 QM SRV BN/982 QM SRV CO Commanding   Camp Crier 9/3/43,  
    Anderson, LithcoCamp Atterbury   Officer's Mess Staff     CC 10/20/44,  
    Anderson, Mabel IreneCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 02/23/1919 - 05/15/1920, Mt. Moriah
    1. Brown County Democrat 20 May 1920
    2. MABEL ANDERSON - Died May 15, 1920, age 15 mos., daughter of Wash and Ethel Anderson, who live in Hamblen Twp., Brown Co.  Find A Grave # 54 927 980
    3. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, Margaret Ann (Miller)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 08/26/1848 - 01/28/1917, Mt. MoriahFind A Grave # 48 439 573
    1. Parents: John Miller and Martha Cotton. Siblings: Elizabeth Miller, Martha Miller, William Miller, Harrison Miller, Stephen Miller, George W. Miller, and Sarah Jane Miller. Husband: Thomas Ephraim Anderson (married 10 Mar 1866 Brown Co., IN) Children: William W. Anderson, Martha Elizabeth Anderson Taylor Beech, Charles Anderson, Eva Anderson Mathis, Oliver Anderson, Mary Jane Anderson Bisel, Harry C. Anderson, Joseph Ervin Anderson, and Sylvan Renso Anderson, plus an unidentified infant son
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, Margaret E. MsWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Station Hospital     CC 5/12/44,  
    Anderson, Mary (Lear)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 
    Birth
    Virginia, USA
    Death 27 Feb 1841 (aged 71)
    Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA
    Burial Johnson County, Indiana, USA
    1. Parents: James Lear and Hannah Darnall. Siblings: William Lear, David Lear, George Lear, and James Lear. Husband: Theophilus Perry Anderson (married 27 Oct 1788 Fauquier Co., VA). Children: Elizabeth Rebecca Anderson Maxey, John Payton Anderson, William Anderson, James Lear Anderson Sr., Joseph Theophilus Anderson, George Washington Anderson Sr., Rachel Anderson, Catherine Anderson, Mary Anderson Smith, and Hannah Anderson Denton
    2. Find A Grave # 21 875 316
    3. Grave moved to Atterbury Relocation Cem.: INDNR# 41-001; Johnson Cty
    FAG 21875316  
    Anderson, Mary E.Camp AtterburyCivilian  1584 SVC UNIT     Camp Crier 6/16/44,  
    Anderson, Mary K.Camp AtterburyCivilian     Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury  Long Cem., K-5

    Watson/Long Cem.: INDNR# 03-123; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; E½ SE¼ Sec. 14, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 47c; sits within camp boundaries; W. side of CR 700W @ about CR 750N. Time Period 1845-1942? Moved in 1942 to Atterbury Relocation Cem.: INDNR# 41-001; Johnson Cty.

       
    Anderson, Mary K. MsCamp AtterburyCivilian  1584 SVC UNIT/Special Training Unit teacher  Ninevah IN. Primary education replacing soldier teachers
    CC 5/5/44,  
    Anderson, MaudCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
    1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
    2. Summons 05/04/1942
       
    Anderson, Max "Mad"Camp AtterburySSgt  Co D, 151st Rangers        
    Anderson, Max E.Camp AtterburySSgt  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
    Anderson, May M.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 3/2/45,  
    Anderson, Raymond W.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU     Camp Crier 2/5/43,  
    Anderson, Robert B.Camp AtterburyCpl  1584 SVC UNIT/F     Camp Crier 5/26/44,  
    Anderson, Sarah Catherine (Walker)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 
    Birth
    Brown County, Indiana, USA
    Death 20 Dec 1904 (aged 64)
    Hamblen Township, Brown County, Indiana, USA
    Burial Brown County, Indiana, USA
    1. Parents: Dawson Sylvanus Walker and Catherine Montague. Siblings: William T. Walker, Martha Jane Walker Anderson, Mary E. Walker, Emily F. Walker, Lucy J. Walker, and James M. Walker. Husband: John Wesley Anderson Sr. (married 15 Jan 1857 Brown Co., IN). Children: John Wesley Anderson Jr., Catherine Elizabeth Anderson Musser, Martha Jane Anderson Miller, George Thomas Anderson, James Washington Anderson, Mary Frances Anderson Hogan, Eliza Alice Anderson Hamblen, Ida A. Anderson Stillabower Goodloe Hamblen, and Oda May Anderson Zeigler Stillabower
    2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
    FAG 25362153   
    Anderson, Thomas EphraimCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 06/1846 - 03/15/1923, Mt. Moriah
    1. Brown County Democrat 22 Mar 1923
    2. THOMAS E. ANDERSON - Died last Thursday at the home of daughter, Mrs. Martha Beach near Edinburg, at age 76. He had been a life time resident of Hamblen Twp., Brown Co. Survivors are children, Martha Beach, Mrs. Mary Bisel, Miss Polly [son Ollie] & Miss [son] Silva Anderson & Harry Anderson. Burial was in Anderson Cemetery, (Mt. Moriah), Brown Co.
    3. Parents: George Washington Anderson Sr and Elizabeth Cotton. Siblings: James Anderson, William N. Anderson, Mary Jane Anderson Chandler, Martha Ann Anderson Coy, Elijah Anderson, John Wesley Anderson Sr., Sallie Ann Anderson Coy Miller, George Washington Anderson Jr., and an unidentified infant brother. Wife: Margaret Ann Miller (married 10 Mar 1866 Brown Co., IN). Children: William W. Anderson, Martha Elizabeth Anderson Taylor Beech, Charles Anderson, Eva Anderson Mathis, Oliver Anderson, Mary Jane Anderson Bisel, Harry C. Anderson, Joseph Ervin Anderson, and Sylvan Renso Anderson, plus an unidentified infant son
    4. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
       
    Anderson, Tyire J.Camp AtterburyPvt  1537 Service Unit     Camp Crier 07/14/1944 photo  
    Anderson, VirgilCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 08/13/1910-03/05/1912 Kansas Methodist Cem.,

      1. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

      2. Ancestry.com

           
        Anderson, VirgilWakeman Hosp/Station HospCpl       Baby Girl 10/05/53
        Card 10/16/53,  
        Anderson, Virginia N.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 8/4/44,  
        Anderson, WalterCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Anderson, WilliamCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., E-4

        Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
        Not Moved

           
        Anderson, William J.Camp AtterburyT/5  100 BAKERY BN/HQ & HQ     CC 4/9/43,  
        Anderson, William R.Camp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/MP     Camp Crier 11/12/43,  
        Anderson, William W.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Anderson Cem., F-1

        Anderson Cem.: INDNR# 07-001; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NE¼ NW¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 661? Robt. Meullen? ?; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, W. of Mt. Moriah Cem. Time Period 18??-18??
        Not Moved

           
        Andews, Arthur MrFt. HarrisonCivilian  Red Cross    transferred to Ft Harrison
        CC 10/22/43,  
        Andre, Harvey M.Camp AtterburyCapt MC  1560 SU/Medical Det     CC 1/6/44, 1943 Christmas Menu 1560th SU  
        Andres, Raymond S.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Andrews, Arthur F.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospSgt  35 EVAC HOSP     Camp Crier 5/21/43,  
        Andrews, Arthur W. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Red Cross    photo CC 9/24/43
        CC 9/24/43,  
        Andrews, Betty J.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     CC 1/12/45,  
        Andrews, Carl L.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/4  237 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/14/43,  
        Andriakos, Pete L.Camp AtterburyT/5  1560 SU/HQ     Camp Crier 1/15/43,  
        Angel, ArvelynWakeman Hosp/Station HospCpl  Station Hospital     CC 5/5/44,  
        Angel, LutherCamp AtterburyPvt  1584 SVC UNIT/G     CC 5/5/44,  
        Angrick, Gary L.Camp AtterburySP4  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
        Anness, John T.Camp AtterburyTSgt  3262 Training Sqd, 5012 ASU, Detachment 4 Instructor  5012th ASU 5th Army Are Food Service School, 05/16/1952Graduation program,  
        Antilla, Louis F.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  62 GENERAL HOSPITAL     CC 10/8/43,  
        Antonelli, Elsie MsCamp AtterburyAuxiliary  1560 SU/Range Detail Staff Car Driver  photo CC 8/13/43
        Camp Crier 8/13/43,  
        Antosz, TonyCamp AtterburyPfc  457 ENG DEPOT CO     Camp Crier 12/31/42,  
        Apostol, GusCamp AtterburyPvt  1560 SU/HQ & HQ Mess  photo CC 8/25/44
        CC 8/25/44,  
        Appleby, Paul E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospABAF 17432059 USAF Metabolic Study Volunteer  Survival Rations Study 12/1956   
        Applegate, (infant son)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas Methodist Cem., M-12

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, (infant son)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas Methodist Cem., M-14

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, BartholemewCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 1793-06/03/1854 Kansas Methodist Cem., N-7
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, CharlesCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 02/15/1851-03/14/1852 Kansas Methodist Cem., L-8
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
           
        Applegate, Charles (2)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas L-7

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Charles CarrollCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 02/14/1835-11/25/1837 Kansas Methodist Cem., L-7
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Charles S.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 01/16/1813-02/28/1863, Kansas L-8
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Three Applegates male burials in Kansas Cem, with no other identification.  Birth and Death dates randomly applied to these 3 Applegates.
        3. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, ElizabethCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 1801-05/19/1882, Kansas Methodist Cem., N-6
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
           
        Applegate, EvalineCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 07/31/1851-08/08/1853, Kansas Methodist Cem., M-13
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Evelyn MsCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM    Franklin IN. story & photo CC 10/13/44
        CC 10/22/43, CC 10/13/44,  
        Applegate, Infant SonCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas M-12

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Infant Son (2)Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas M-14

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, JosephCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 12/02/1842 - 02/19/1865, Kansas Methodist Cem., L-5
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, MaryCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas Methodist Cem., N-5

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Mary AnnCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 06/30/1819 - 11/04/1851, Kansas Methodist Cem., L-6
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, NancyCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Kansas J-5

        Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
        NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Applegate, Sarah HannahCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 08/07/1842 - 01/02/1844, Kansas Methodist Cem.
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
           
        Applegate, Virgil L.Camp AtterburySgt  1560 SU Baking Instructor Cooks School   Camp Crier 1/15/43,  
        Applegate, William A.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 02/19/1854 - 04/27/1866, Kansas Methodist Cem., N-8
        1. Ancestry.com,
        2. Kansas/Nineveh Methodist Cem.: INDNR# 03-125; Bartholomew Cty, Nineveh Twp; N½ NE¼ Sec. 12, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# 8c/9c; sits within Camp Atterbury boundaries; S. side of CR 900N @ about CR 625W. Time Period 1842-Current.  Burials still being made.
          NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Appleton, HerbertWakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt       Baby Boy 11/16/53-11/30/53
        Card 12/11/53,  
        Aragona, JohnWakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  73 General Hospital/231 Station Hospital Band  with New York Symphony as violinist
        CC 1/22/43,CC 7/2/43,  
        Arana, Delores A.Camp AtterburyPvt  608 TANK DESTROYER/Aa     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
        Arbury, Howard H.Camp AtterburyLt Col  608 TANK DESTROYER Commanding   Camp Crier 8/6/43,  
        Arcaulet, Joe A.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  72 General Hospital     CC 4/9/43,  
        Archer, WilliamCamp AtterburyT/5  895 Ordnance Heavy Maint (Q)    photo CC 10/8/43
        CC 10/8/43,  
        Archer, William H. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian    Camp Mgr Bell Telephone Co  Veteran of Spanish-American War. Article in Camp Crier 3/3/44
        Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
        Archey, Robert L. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops automotive section  Morgantown IN. Photo CC 7/7/44
        CC 7/7/44,  
        Archino, Peter P.Camp AtterburyPfc  608 TANK DESTROYER/A     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
        Archuleta, Joe A.Wakeman Hosp/Station Hosp/4  36 PORTABLE SURGICAL HOSPITAL     CC 8/27/43  
        Arcuri, BennieCamp AtterburySSgt  608 TANK DESTROYER/B     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
        Ardesty, JackCamp AtterburySgt  773 Tank Destroyer BN    photo CC 10/1/43
        Camp Crier 10/1/43,  
        Ardoun, JoeCamp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/Medical Det     Camp Crier 11/12/43,  
        Arie, OthmarCamp AtterburyT/5  101st Austrian BN (SEP)     Camp Crier 4/16/43,  
        Armbruster, Carl W.Camp AtterburyCplNG 43043302 28/109 FA/SVC    Killed in Coshocton OH train crash, 0/11/1950
        GO #2, 9/19/1950,  
        Armentrout, Avis D.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  8 General Hospital     Camp Crier 2/5/43,  
        Armfield, S. Leon MsCamp AtterburyAuxiliary  Post QM Motor Pool   CC 3/26/43,  
        Armistead, James E.Camp AtterburySsgt  589 AMBULANCE CO (Motor Sep) acting 1st Sgt   CC 2/11/44,  
        Armistead, KatieCamp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Armstead, CatherineCamp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Armstead, Katie Camp AtterburyPvt  WAC Sec II Asst to Chaplain   CC 2/11/44,  
        Armstrong, Arthur L. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops     Camp Crier 3/17/44,  
        Armstrong, Donald D.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  Patient at Wakeman     CC 11/17/44,  
        Armstrong, Donald P.Camp AtterburyCapt  122 ORD LM CO Commanding   CC 2/25/44,  
        Armstrong, Dorothy C.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     CC 1/12/45,  
        Armstrong, Frank L.Camp AtterburyWOJG  28/110/2 BN S-1   Card 9/29/50,  
        Armstrong, Glant C.Ft. HarrisonAUS  3d Batt Fld Art 2d Officer's Trng Cmp    
        RR 3, Greensburg IN

        Reunion 3d Batt FA, 2d Officer's Trng 11/27/1940  
        Armstrong, HesterWakeman Hosp/Station HospLT  55 FIELD HOSPITALNurseNurse   Camp Crier 4/14/44,  
        Armstrong, Hester O.Camp Atterbury2LT  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Armstrong, Lewis E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  62 GENERAL HOSPITAL     CC 10/8/43,  
        Armstrong, MaxwellCamp AtterburyT/4  227 ARMY BAND drum major  dancer at Cotton Club Revue
        CC 1/28/44,  
        Armstrong, William F.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCpl  55 FIELD HOSPITAL     Camp Crier 3/17/44,  
        Arnold HahnWakeman Hosp/Station Hosp            
        Arnold, Aaron L.Camp AtterburyMajor  Post HQ Post Medical Officer  Built field hospital in New Guinea
        CC 2/16/45,  
        Arnold, Jerry J. MrWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 6/2/44,  
        Arnold, Jerry W.Camp AtterburySP4  Co D, 151st Rangers     roster 05/13/1968,  
        Arnold, Leslie D.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospSsgt  237 Station Hospital     Camp Crier 5/21/43,  
        Arnold, Leslie L.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/4  237 Station Hospital     CC 4/23/43,  
        Arnold, Roscoe W.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Arnold, Roscoe W.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560 SU/Medical Det     Camp Crier 11/12/43,  
        Arnold, Ruby B.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital     Camp Crier 8/4/44,  
        Arnold, William B.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  72 General Hospital     CC 12/24/42,  
        Arnold, Wylie B. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops     Camp Crier 8/11/44,  
        Aronoff, Harry G.Camp AtterburySgt  608 TANK DESTROYER/B     Camp Crier 10/15/43,  
        Arons, HymanCamp AtterburyPfc  429th MP EG Co (POW)     Camp Crier 4/7/44,  
        Arrasmith, W. S.Camp AtterburyMajor    Area Engineer  Built Camp Atterbury
        Franklin Star 12/19/1942  
        Art, FLorence E.Camp Atterbury2LT  1560th SU/MedicalNurse    1, 4, 60, N-1962-06-15, Scrapbook 6/1945, GO 1944-129, GO 1945-059, Legacy  
        Arte, A.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury Ergenbright Cem., G-12Ergenbright/Garrison Cemetery was moved in 1942. It was BCSO # 152, INDNR # 03-122, Army Tract 10c(North of Road),  and was in Bartholomew County; Nineveh Twp; SE¼ SE¼ 6-10-5. Now in IDNR # 41-001,   
        Arte, A.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Landowner Ergenbright Cem., G-12    
        Artebury, FrancisWakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  72 General Hospital     CC 12/24/42,  
        Arterburn, Robert L. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance     Camp Crier 6/16/44,  
        Arthur ShidleCamp Atterbury   Air force        
        Arthur, Donald J. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Engineer     CC 10/13/44,  
        Arthur, EllisCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Engineer    Camp Crier 10/13/1944   
        Arthur, James O.Camp AtterburySgt  1537 SU/HQ (POW)    photo Camp Crier 04/21/1944   
        Arthur, William K., Jr.Camp AtterburyCivilian       Births
           
        Artist, Mary A.Camp AtterburyPvt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Artman Council of International TravelCamp AtterburyCivilian Organization       helped furnish Day Rooms, Camp Crier 02/12/1943   
        Artz, LydiaCamp AtterburyPvt  44 WAAC Post HQ Co    
        1. Photo Camp Crier  5/12/44
        2. Camp Crier  10/15/1943
        3. Camp Crier 05/12/1944
           
        Arvin, James F.Camp AtterburyT/4  1560 SU    Camp Crier 02/05/1943   
        Asa, G. RobertaCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM    Camp Crier 06/16/1944   
        Asbury, ClydeCamp AtterburyPfc  1560 SU/QM    Camp Crier 11/12/1943   
        Asbury, John C.Camp AtterburyMSgt  1585 SU Separation Center 1st Sgt  story & photo Camp Crier  01/19/1945
           
        Ashabraner, EldonWakeman Hosp/Station HospPvt  Wakeman General Hospital, Ward 3-B    Patient 07/1944. Met Edgar Bergan & Charlie McCarthy at Wakeman Hospital. Camp Crier 07/21/1944   
        Ashbaugh, Vra R.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  8 General Hospital    Camp Crier 12/31/1942   
        Ashcraft, GarlandCamp AtterburyPvt  1560 SU/Medical Det    Camp Crier 05/21/1943   
        Asher, Geraldine R.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 02/09/1945   
        Asher, Leathe MaeCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury ?? - 12/22/1937, Mt. Moriah
        1. Find A Grave # 59 084 022
        2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP
           
        Ashley, CharlesCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM Warehouse  Nineveh IN. story & photo CC 10/20/44
           
        Ashley, Clarence W.Camp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Ashley, ClydeCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury ?? - ??, Mt. Moriah Cem., N-12
        1. Find A Grave # 59 943 675
        2. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

           
        Ashley, DemmaCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Ashley, E. AnnCamp AtterburyCivilian  1534 SU Reception Center & Reception Station    Camp Crier 10/13/1944   
        Ashley, Florence L.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 01/26/1945   
        Ashley, Marian L.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance    Camp Crier 06/16/1944   
        Ashley, OttoCamp AtterburyCivilian    Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Ashley, Samuel BranchCamp AtterburyCivilian    Affected by construction of Camp Atterbury 
        Birth
        Brown County, Indiana, USA
        Death 29 Feb 1936 (aged 66)
        Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA
        Burial Brown County, Indiana, USA
        1. Columbus Evening Republican 29 Feb 1936
        2. SAMUEL ASHLEY TAKEN BY DEATH - Nineveh Township Resident Dies After Illness of Year. Edinburg, Feb. 29-Samuel B. Ashley, 66, died this morning at his home in Nineveh township, Bartholomew county, following an illness of one year. Death was due to cancer. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the New Bethel church in Brown county, of which he was a member. The Rev. Ray Bozell will be in charge. Mr. Ashley was born in Brown county in the New Bethel neighborhood on Oct. 6, 1869, a son of William and Sarah Christman Ashley. He married Demma Wells on Jan. 9, 1895. He was a farmer. He is survived by the following children, Lura L. Ashley of Madison, Mrs. Esma A. Campbell of Brown county, Mrs. Edna Fansler of Indianapolis, Mrs. Goldie Cooper of Phoenix, Ariz,; Clarence W. Ashley of Brown county, and Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Hurley of Cloverport, Ky.; also the following sisters and brothers, Mrs. Fannie Walters and Mrs. Addis Morris of Indianapolis, Frank and Harry Ashley of Franklin, Carrie Ashley of Shelbyville and Walter Ashley of Nineveh.
        3. Find A Grave # 26 362 533
        4. Mount Moriah Christian Cem.; aka Miller: INDNR# 07-013; Brown Cty, Hamblen Twp; NW¼ NE¼ Sec. 21, T 10N, R 4E; Army Tract# B 663? Mary A. Stillabower; sits within camp boundaries; S. of Mt. Moriah Rd, E. of Anderson Cem. Time Period 18??-18?? NOT MOVED; NOW WITHIN CURRENT CAMP

        FA 25362533  
        Ashley, VirginiaCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post Ordnance Secretary to LT J. A. Kohrman, Asst Property Officer  Edinburg IN. "Atterbury Album". Story & photo Camp Crier 12/15/1944
           
        Ashmore, Charles R.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospMSgt  49 FIELD HOSPITAL    Camp Crier 01/06/944   
        Ashton, Ina F.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 01/12/1945   
        Askew, CoolidgeCamp AtterburyPvt  42 SIGNAL CONST BN    photo Camp Crier  12/10/1943
           
        Assell, Bernard J.Camp AtterburyT/5   1537 SU/HQ (POW) Chief Clerk Ops & Trng  Personnel Report 01/28/1944
           
        Assenhefmer, Carl H.Camp AtterburyTSgt  1560 SU/Medical Det    Camp Crier 10/01/1943   
        Assenheimer, Carl H.Camp AtterburyTSgt  1560th SU/Medical     1943 Christmas Menu  
        Astrin, Esther H.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 01/26/1945   
        Atkins, Elias C.Ft. HarrisonAUS  3d Batt Fld Art 2d Officer's Trng Cmp    4344 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis IN
        Reunion 3d Batt FA, 2d Officer's Trng 11/27/1940  
        Atkinson, EdwardCamp AtterburySgt  28/110/B    cousin to 5 Eaton brothers in same unit. Cardinal 09/25/1950
           
        Atkinson, Guy A.Camp AtterburyCivilian  Post Engineer Chief Foreman Painting Dept.  
        1. completed 2-hour supervisor's course. Camp Crier 10/15/1943,
        2. Won $70 for painting screens idea. Camp Crier 02/16/1945,
           
        Atkinson, QuintusCamp AtterburyLT  610 TANK DESTROYER    Camp Crier 11/26/1943   
        Atkinson, RossCamp AtterburySgt  28/110/B    cousin to 5 Eaton brothers in same unit. Cardinal 09/29/1950
           
        Atopovich, Mary MsCamp AtterburyAfc (Aux 1st Class)  44 WAAC Post HQ Co2 c  Camp Crier 04/23/1943   
        ATTERBURY AIR FIELDCamp Atterburymiltary       20 POWs
        POW labor report  
        Atterbury, PeytonWakeman Hosp/Station HospT/5  35 EVAC HOSP    Camp Crier 11/20/1942   
        Atwood, JamesWakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc       Baby Boy 12/8-14/53. Cardinal 12/23/1953   
        Atzeff, KocheCamp AtterburyPfc  301 SIG OPS BN    Camp Crier 01/14/1944   
        Audain, Daniel E.Camp AtterburyMSgt  569 QM SRV BN Sgt Major  Camp Crier 08/20/1943   
        Auditor of Bartholomew CountyCamp Atterbury     Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Auditor of Brown CountyCamp Atterbury     Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Auditor of Johnson CountyCamp Atterbury     Original Land Owner  
        1. land owner at time of Camp Atterbury purchase - 1942
        2. Summons 05/04/1942
           
        Aukshunas, VincentCamp AtterburyPvt  608 TANK DESTROYER/B    Camp Crier 10/15/1943   
        Aulbach, MichaelCamp AtterburySgt  Co D, 151st Rangers    
        1. Silver Star for gallantry in action. While serving as a team leader, he set his men in an ambush position along a route used by the enemy. They met a large enemy force and the scout was seriously wounded. Sp4 Aulbach picked up the wounded scout and carried him to safety. HE continually exposed himself to enemy fire to attend to the other wounded men. When the enemy had been driven off, he carried the scout to the landing zone for extraction.  GO 1969-1861
        2. www.ranger151.com, GO 1969-1861, roster 05/13/1968,
           
        Auld, Richard W.Camp AtterburySgt  1560 SU/HQ & HQ    
        1. Camp Crier  10/15/1943
        2. Camp Crier 08/04/1944
           
        Ault, LeonaWakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 07/21/1944   
        Ault, Sherman E.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospCivilian  Wakeman General Hospital    Camp Crier 07/21/1944   
        Austin, Dave S.Wakeman Hosp/Station HospPfc  749 MEDICAL SANITARY CO    photo 7/21/44, Camp Crier 07/21/1944   
        Austin, Frank B.Camp AtterburyCapt  Post HQ Signal OFficer  Cardinal 09/29/1950
           
        Austin, Terry RichardWakeman Hosp/Station Hosp        Born at Wakeman 10/06/1950.
           
        Austin, Terry Richard MrWakeman Hosp/Station Hosp        1st baby born in Camp Atterbury's US Army Hospital. Cardinal 09/29/1950
           
        Austin, William G.Camp Atterbury1LT  Co D, 151st Rangers    Roster 05/13/1968
           
        Avery, Terry A.Camp AtterburySSgt  Co D, 151st Rangers    Roster 05/13/1968
           
        Avila, FrankWakeman Hosp/Station HospSFC       Baby Girl 1/15/54. Cardinal 01/15/1954
           
        Avis, Edna C.Camp Atterbury2LT  1560th SU/MedicalNurse    1943 Christmas Menu  
        Axelrad, BernardWakeman Hosp/Station HospSgt  8 General Hospital    Camp Crier 10/30/1942   
        Axsom, Marie MsCamp AtterburyCivilian  Post QM Laundry Checking Dept  Morgantown IN. Photo Camp Crier  07/28/1944
           
        Axtom, JeanCamp AtterburyStaff Leader  44th WAAC Post Headquarter sCo    Photo studying for a quiz
        Republic 04/16/1943  
        Axton, Lillian J. MsCamp AtterburyS/LDR  44 WAAC Post HQ Co    Camp Crier 04/16/1943   
        Axtonl Frances MsCamp Atterbury1st Leader  44 WAAC Post HQ Co    Camp Crier 04/02/1943
           
        Ayer, FrancisCamp AtterburySSgt  24 ORD MED Maint Co    Camp Crier 11/06/1942   
        Ayers, Ernest I. MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  Combined Maint Shops automotive section  
        1. Martinsville IN. Photo Camp Crier  07/7/1944.
        2. $90 for plan to grease anti-friction bearings.
          Camp Crier -5/19/1944
           
        Ayres, Ernest MrCamp AtterburyCivilian  1560 SU/Ordnance dept foreman  photo Camp Crier 03/03/1944   
        Azevedo, John V.Ft. HarrisonLt Col      07/25/2014 Patterson CAAssigned to General Headquarter Far East Command in Tokyo on the Adjutant General Staff of General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. He later served with X U.S. Army Corps in South and North Korea. Following the Korean War he was assigned to the Staff and Faculty of the Adjutant General's School, Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana. In 1953, he was assigned to the XVI and IX Corps in Japan. In 1957 through 1960 he served in the Adjutant General's Office in the Pentagon with the Army and Air Force Postal Service Headquarters. In 1960 through 1962 he was assigned to the Adjutant General's Office, United States Army, Europe, Heidelberg, Germany. He also served with the headquarters of the Sixth Army Headquarters in the ROTC and Reserve at the Presidio in San Francisco. Promoted to Lt. Colonel in 1964, he was returned to the Pentagon for duty with the Adjutant General's Office as Director of the Army and Air Force Postal Headquarters. He retired in 1966 after 25 years of service. ObituaryLegacy 07/2014
           
        Azzara, Philip John, Sr.Camp AtterburyAUS     Supply Clerk cir 06/26/2014In September 1942 he entered the US Army and was stationed at Roswell Army Air Field in New Mexico as an aircraft electrician and supply clerk. After sustaining an injury to his left eye, he was transferred to Wakeman General Hospital in Indiana. He completed the last seven months of his military service at Camp Atterbury in Edinburg, Indiana and received an Honorable Discharge on February 21, 1946. While stationed at Camp Atterbury, he frequently attended the USO functions at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. One night, he turned to his buddy, pointed and said, “You see that girl over there? That’s the girl I’m going to marry,” and he went over to the table of girls and asked Mescal Sare of Perrysville to dance. On their first date, he gave Mescal a sketch of his profile and signed it "your future husband." She gave him a very strange look and then laughed. A year later, on December 25, 1946, they were married and settled down in Crane, Indiana, where he worked at the naval depot. While in Crane, he organized the first Whitesett Family Reunion, which continues on the 3rd Sunday of each June to this day.Legacy