Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October
Civil War Veterans of Sherman County
for Civil War veterans who lived in Sherman County is compiled from several
sources, including cemetery records in Sherman County. Proof of additions
and corrections may be sent to Sherman County Historical Museum, P.O. Box
173, Moro, Oregon 97039. The Kent, Grass Valley, Moro, Rose, Sunrise,
Wasco Methodist and Emigrant Springs Cemeteries are all in Sherman County.
Monkland, Rutledge, Erskine, Klondike, Nish, McDonald, Michigan and Rosebush
were small hamlets or districts in Sherman County.
[* Veterans found in 11th
Census, U.S. Surviving Soldiers, Sailors,
|*Belshe, James R.
5 September 1841 MO - 8 January 1913, Hood River, OR; Co. I, 4th Missouri S.M. Cavalry, January 1862 to April 1863; discharged for disability; h/o Susanna Witten; lived Monkland district, Sherman County; buried Rose Cemetery; [Sherman County Observer, 10 & 17 January 1913].
*Boyd, George F.
Brown, Benjamin M.
Buker, John H.
*Cochran, Thomas F.
Dugger, Hardin G.
1844 IL - 1920; h/o Nancy Jane Chapman; lived in Bakeoven district, Wasco County 1880; took up land in upper Spanish Hollow in Sherman County 1882;
¼ of the original town of Wasco was built on Dunlap property; buried Wasco Sunrise Cemetery.
Fowler, William R.
*Gige, Moses D.
Harper, Charles A.
*Huff, Abram C.
|"July 22, 1918.
I enlisted in the U.S. Army in Moro. July 23 - Boarded a special train
for enlisted men in The Dalles, bound for American Lake and arrived in
Frank von Borstel