Memorial for the Military Veterans of Makawao Cemetery [Q-Z]
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.
Rattray, David Couttie
(b. Dec. 1, 1890 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland-d. Feb. 7, 1949)
Bookkeeper, cashier, and Notary Public with H C & S
Lawrence Roach (b. Jan. 21, 1887-d. July 22, 1962)
Hawaii: SGT. 3 TRPK; Calvary
World War 1
(Married to Rose Hocking Roach)
Savage, Charles S.
Charles C. Savage (b. May 25, 1878-d. Sept. 29, 1947)
Pvt. 2 Oregon Infantry
Sowers, M. D., Joseph M.
Joseph Mark Sowers (June 23, 1893-March 26, 1939) aged 45 years
Pharmacist's Mate 1 Cl. USS Troy
U. S. Navy
military issue marker with Christian cross
Turner, George T.
Pvt. George T. Turner (b.1868 in England -Feb. 11, 1939)
U S Marine Corps during the Hawaiian Rebellion
enlisted Sept. 21, 1891; discharged Sept. 26, 1896
1903-1906 Hawaiian National Guard; Sgt.
wife buried near; lodger at Fred C. Baldwin Home
John VenHuizen (b. Oct. 13, 1873-d. Mar. 21, 1953)
Co D; 8 California Infantry
Spanish- American War
Walker, Ward Dickinson (b. Feb. 1, 1895 in California-d. Apr. 6, 1949)
Epitaph: Sursum corda or "Lift Up Your Hearts" / Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer
1910 U S Census: age 15 with six siblings; parents are Edgar and Maybelle Walker
1940 U S Census: assistant manager of H C & S sugar plantation
1930 U S Census: wife, Mary C. Freeman and four children
Capt. Roger Williams ( -d. Mar. 14, 1958)
California; Quartermaster Res
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