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Woodlawn Cemetery
Ayer, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

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Woodlawn Cemetery

GPS: 42.550495, -71.572200

Harvard St.
Ayer, MA 01432

Published: July 9, 2016
Total records = 51

Soldiers Lot

Listed below are burial records of the Soldiers Lot, which is administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

The soldiers' lot is located in Section 1, lots 193, 203, 206, and 211, of Woodlawn Cemetery. The federal government purchased the lots from Woodlawn Cemetery in 1918. Most of the 52 men interred in the soldiers' lot died at Fort Devens, which is located nearby. The last interment was made in 1931

Camp Devens was established in 1917 as part of the World War I mobilization effort. It was named after Major General Charles Devens, a Civil War veteran and Attorney General in the administration of Rutherford B. Hayes. Over the course of World War I, more than 100,000 troops came through the gates of Camp Devens. In 1931, the installation was renamed Fort Devens, and it continued to serve as a post for active duty soldiers until 1996, when it transitioned into an Army Reserve training center.

Cemetery Records

Records below were obtained from the US Department of Veterans Affairs on July 9, 2016.

 

ALLAIRE, WILFRED, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/25/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 10
ANDREWS, HENDRIC E, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/22/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 4
BARTKA, OTTO W, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/28/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 14
BOONE, DAVID, Pvt. US Army, d. 10/02/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 18
BRADSHAW, AILAS, Pvt. US Army, d. 10/13/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 21
BROWN, JOHN, d. 05/16/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 5
CASEY, CLARENCE, Pvt. US Army, d. 12/30/1930, Section SL Row 2 Site 23
CLUKEY, SAMUEL, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/28/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 16
COBB, FRANK, d. 09/06/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 2
COLOME, JOHN, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/27/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 16
CONNELLY, JOHN V, Pvt. US Army, d. 11/02/1919, Section SL Row 2 Site 21
CRAIG, LEWIS E, Pvt. USMC, d. 02/16/1929, Section SL Row 1 Site 27
DAVIS, HENRY, Pvt. US Army, d. 10/30/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 23
DENESKI, IGNATZ, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/28/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 18
DEVEAUX, LEON, Pvt. US Army, d. 10/04/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 17
DIXON, WALTER, Pvt. US Army, d. 11/15/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 24
EDGECOMB, FALCOM, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/24/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 12
FEDORCZYK, POWEL, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/21/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 1
GRITZENUK, ARTZENY, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/23/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 2
HAMPTON, JOHN, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/19/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 5
HICKS, RICHARD, Pvt. US Army, d. 11/15/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 6
JAMES, DAVID, d. 10/26/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 22
JONES, JOHN, Section SL Row 1 Site 15
JONES, ROBERT, d. 09/26/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 11
KANE, J F, SGT. US Army, d. 09/10/1923, Section SL Row 2 Site 9
KOSCIUK, WLADIMAR, Pvt. US Army, d. 10/02/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 19
LEMESH, STEFAN, d. 09/30/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 15
LEUSKE, TONY, d. 09/25/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 13
LUKAN, CHARLES, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/08/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 20
LYNCH, PETER, Section SL Row 1 Site 25
MACHUT, HORATIO, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/19/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 7
MALOGOLI, GIUSEPPE, d. 09/25/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 11
MAYERS, CHARLES E, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/21/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 9
MILLER, JOE, d. 04/18/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 6
MONETZ, EVAN, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/26/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 17
PAPTOPUSOS, APOSTULOS, d. 08/15/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 4
PARCELLS, WILLIAM, d. 09/22/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 7
PINA, MANUEL M, Pvt. US Army, d. 07/22/1919, Section SL Row 1 Site 26
REVENKO, KORAL, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/22/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 3
SALO, MATTI, d. 05/25/1931, Section SL Row 2 Site 24
SAVOI, AZADE, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/27/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 12
SEIDAK, FRANK, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/26/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 14
SIZEMORE, HENRY C, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/26/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 13
SOLIRE, NUNI, Pvt. US Army, d. 07/29/1928, Section SL Row 2 Site 22
STAFANKIEWICZ, JULIUS, d. 09/14/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 1
THOMAS, ALEX, Section SL Row 1 Site 3
THOMAS, CHARLIE, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/23/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 10
TURNER, WILLIS, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/27/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 19
UVANOR, KSENOFONM, Pvt. US Army, d. 09/25/1918, Section SL Row 2 Site 8
WHITE, PAUL, d. 09/22/1918, Section SL Row 1 Site 8
WYSOCKI, FIODAR, Section SL Row 2 Site 20

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