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Welch, I. M. (Burrton) - I. M. Welch enlisted October 1861, as private in Co. G 15th Iowa veteran volunteer Infantry, afterwards promoted to First Lieutenant, served four years, was in the following engagements: Pittsburg Landing, Reading, Corinth, Bolivia, Iuka, Holly Springs, Cold Water, Fort Gibson, Grand Gulf, Champion Hills, Black River, Vicksburg, Jackson, Selma, Resace, Lookout Mountain, Atlanta, and in all the numerous battles in Sherman's march through Georgia. (Our Old Soldiers, written by A. Perry, G.A.R., published in the Burrton Monitor, Friday February 3, 1882. Page 2).
Wilson, David W. - (Burrton). D. W. Wilson enlisted February 1864 as private in Co. A. 111th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Served one and a half years. Was in engagements at Resaca, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, and other fights and skirmishes of Sherman's march through Georgia. (Our Old Soldiers, written by A. Perry, G.A.R., published in the Burrton Monitor, Friday February 10, 1882. Page 2). David Wilson was born in 1845 and died in 1922. He married Joanna D. Wilson (1858-1948). David & Joanna are buried in the Burrton Cemetery, Burrton, Kansas, Block 3 Lot 35, Graves 5 & 6. Buried next to them are Baby Wilson 1, died 1880, and Baby Wilson 2, died 1898.