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Kinder, James A. - (Burrton). James A. Kinder enlisted July 27, 1861 as private Company D 18th Missouri Infantry. Served four years. Was in engagements at Shiloh and Corinth. Was in Sherman campaign at Atlanta, also in his grand march to the sea. Was present and took part in the grand review at Washington before President Johnson. (Our Old Soldiers, written by A. Perry, G.A.R., published in the Burrton Monitor, Friday September 22, 1882. Page 2).
Kramer, David E. - (Burrton). D. Kramer enlisted as Private in Co. G 57th Ohio infantry, for three years, served full time. Was in battles of Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, and seige of Atlanta and other smaller engagements, was under General Logan of Sherman's command. (Our Old Soldiers, written by A. Perry, G.A.R., published in the Burrton Monitor, Friday September 22, 1882. Page 2). David E. Kramer was born October 13, 1843 and died November 6, 1914. He was married first to Ella R. Evans (Jan. 24, 1848 - Jan. 16, 1874), then to Mary O. Parnham (Jun 19, 1856 - Aug. 20, 1938). David & Mary had a son, Charles P. Kramer, born Dec. 4, 1876, died March 29, 1877, and another son, Edward C. Kramer, born Apr. 30, 1879 and died July 30, 1879. All are buried in the Burrton Cemetery, Burrton, Kansas, Block 3 Lot 80, Graves 1-4. The boys are buried together in grave 4. (compiled by Darren McMannis).