Memorial for the Military Veterans of Makawao Cemetery [A-F]

The purpose of these pages is to recognize the military veterans buried at Makawao Cemetery. These servicemen participated in the Civil War, the Hawaiian Rebellion, the Indian Wars, the Spanish American War, World War I, and World War II.

The veterans' posts are listed alphabetically by last name: [A-F]  (this page), [G-P], and [Q-Z]


Aiken, Dr. Perley J.

Dr. Perley Johnson Aiken (Sept. 5, 1841-Oct. 26, 1905)
Applied to the U. S. Military Academy at West Point
July 1, 1863: Perley, his brother Albert (died 5/1865) and his father, William, all volunteer on the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg
Civil War: Company B 58th Pennsylvania Infantry "The Emergency Troops of 1863" Six months enlistment lasted 6 weeks. All Aikens muster out 5/1863. Anderson 15th Calvary, and Perley was wounded. Perley returned to Signal Corps; Sgt. Georgetown Heights/U. S. Volunteers
arrived back on Maui in 1894
son of Rev. William Aiken (April 25, 1810-May 3, 1886) of Knoxville, Tennessee
and Martha Osborn (March 14, 1817-Mar. 29, 1895) in Knoxville, TN; both buried @Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, TN.

Perley Aiken

Armstrong,  J. A.

Joseph Albert Armstrong (b. 1899 in New Hampshire-d. March 25, 1934)
Storekeeper 2nd Cl.
USS Seattle, U. S. Navy
1930 census: Father is from Canada, and mother is from Ireland

 

Aylward, R. M.

Pvt. Richard M. Aylward (1863 in Ireland-August 11, 1933)
Illinois
Pvt. 14, Co. E and C, Regiment, U. S. Infantry
military issue grave marker with Christian cross
enlisted July 16, 1883; honorable discharge March 22, 1888

Baldwin, Dwight V.

Dwight Van Atta Baldwin (b. May 11, 1895 in Hilo-d. Nov. 25, 1943)
Hawaii, 2nd Lieut., 302 Infantry, 76 Division, World War I

Son of Erdman and Nellie Baldwin; wife, Bessie Baldwin

Children: (Edmund, Barbara and Rhoda)

Baldwin, John Castle
Baldwin, John Castle "Johnny" (b. Apr. 13, 1938-d. May 6, 2011)
Served in the United States Marines

Bonnell, John H.

Cpl. John Henry Bonnell (1876 in Louisville, Kentucky-1944)

Enlisted June 24, 1898  at Indianapolis in; discharged April 30, 1899 at Savannah, Georgia

He served in Cuba and the Philippines
Co. E 161 Indiana Infantry
K 17 U. S. Infantry
Spanish-American War

Married to Annie Catherine Hocking Bonnell (Apr.1960) and divorced. Three sons.

Married to Louise Fernandez Bonnell (d. Feb.1968) and one daughter, Louise in obituary

 

 

Boyum, John H.

John Hoag Boyum (b. June 19, 1919-d. 1973)

1940: graduated from the US Naval Academy
Capt. U. S Navy
World War II

1942: Distinguished Flying Cross

Commanded the USS Pine Island and USS Princeton

1968: retired from the Navy

 

John Hoag Boyum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bush, III,  Gavien Fred 

Bush, III, Gavien Fred "Freddie" (b. Apr. 18, 1937-d. Dec. 19, 2011)

Served in the United States Marine Corps

 

 

Cameron, Capt. Charles Angus (b. Nov. 14, 1913-d. July 27, 2004)

Capt. U. S. Army Field Artillery, World War II

Participated in battles in the Marshalls, Marianas, Philippines and Okinawa
Awarded the Bronze Star Medal at Okinawa for heroic achievement

 

 

 

Cannon, Wilson Phillips

Cannon, Jr., Wilson Phillips (b. Aug. 25, 1919-d. July 27, 1980)

World War II; Capt. in the Army Air Corps/ pilot/service in China, India, and Africa

Wilson Cannon

 

Dickey, Charles H.

2nd Lt. Charles Henry Dickey (Aug. 12, 1841-Jan 28, 1932)
Civil War veteran (Union): Company C B, unit: 4th regiment, Illinois Cavalry,
enlisted August 12, 1861 as a private
discharged Nov. 3rd, 1864 left as a lieutenant
lawyer

Diehl, Valentine E.
Served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II
Captain served in Pacific Campaign, Bougainville, Territory of New Guinea
Dix, William (b. 1842 in Pennsylvania-d. 1926)

1862-1865 3rd Artillery stationed at Black Rock, Alcatraz

 

Fleming, Bruce

Fleming, Bruce Lundie (b. 1911-d. April 3, 1993)
Retired as U. S. Navy Lieutenant Commander; World War II

 

Foss, Francis D.

Francis (Frank) D. Foss (b. 1918-d. 1985)
TSGT. U. S. Army
World War II

Son of John H. and Irene C. Foss

 

Foss, John Harrison Jr.

John Harrison Foss, Jr.(b. Aug. 30, 1910-d. Mar. 2, 1993)
Lt. U. S. Navy
World War II

Foss, Irene Crook

Irene Crook Foss (b. Feb. 26, 1885-d. Oct. 8, 1931); Aged 45 years old;
first wife of John Harrison Foss, Sr.; Mother of John Harrison Foss, Jr. and William C. Foss

Irene Crook Foss
 Foss, Pauline
Foss, Pauline Eveleth (b. 1916-d. 1980)
Lt. U. S. Navy
World War II
Foss, William C.
Foss, William Crook (b. Feb. 27, 1915-d. May 16, 1945)
Hawaii; son of John Harrison Foss, Sr. and Irene Crook Foss
Captain 532 Field Artillery Batallion
World War II
Foster, John E.

Pvt. John E. Foster (March 4, 1846-May 28, 1929)
Pvt. H 13 Illinois
pension beneficiary wife Hannah
Masonic emblem inscribed on marker

 


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Testimonials

“I was looking for a plot for myself, so my kids wouldn’t be burdened with that. I told my dad I was thinking about Makawao Cemetery. It’s beautiful, well-kept, and it’s upcountry, where I’ve lived all my life. My dad said, ‘Nice sentiment, but that’s for important people.’ Well, the Cemetery superintendent came to the house with all the paperwork, and I picked a plot next to a yellow lehua tree.”
— CB