following members of the family are known to have served
in the U.S. armed forces during this war. More
information will be added to each soldier's entry when
time allows. Those men whose names are in red died in the war.
Evidence is more than welcome if you know
of other Parmelees, not listed below, who participated in
this conflict. Pictures of these men would be greatly
- Albert E. 1877-
corporal; of Omaha, Nebr.
[1-00832] Edward Anson, Daniel Stevens,
William, Dan, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John,
Co. L, 2nd Nebraska Infantry. He filed for a
pension Dec. 12, 1926.
- Arthur Hugh
private/lance corporal; of Alexandria, Nebr., and
Oklahoma City, Okla.
[08-00612] Leander Burton, Timothy Truman,
Timothy, Mark, Job, John, John
Co. G, 1st Nebraska Infantry. He enlisted in May
1898 at Lincoln and left almost immediately for
the Philippines, where he took part in the
capture of Manila, and the sham battle at Malate.
He served the following spring during the
Philippine Insurrection, and eventually mustered
out in San Francisco in the fall of 1899. He
filed for a pension March 24, 1913. Brother of Guy Martin. An Oklahoma City elementary school
is named for him. He was buried at Oklahoma
City's Fairlawn Cemetery.
private; of Rochester, N.Y., and Manila,
[02-00271] Clifford, Aaron Baldwin, Bela,
Reuben, John, John, John, John
Volunteer medical corpsman of the U.S. Army of
Occupation in the Philippines. While an intern at
Walter Reed Hospital, he helped treat Theodore
Roosevelt when he was injured in a train
accident. Acting superintendent of San Lazaro
Hospital in Manila and was instrumental in
getting the U.S. government to purchase Culion
Island to be used as a leper colony. He is the
patriarch of the Philippine branch of the family.
private; of Santa Fe, N.M.
Co. F, 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry
"Roughriders"; enrolled June 28, 1898,
at Santa Fe, mustered out Sept. 15, 1898, at Camp
Wikoff, Long Island, N.Y., under Capt. Maximilian
Luna. See his muster-out
- Charles Everett 1878-1898
private/corporal; of Mount Vernon, Ill, and St.
[03-01015] Benjamin Franklin, Moses Edwards,
Moses, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
Co. A, 1st Missouri Infantry. He complained of a
fever while training at Camp Thomas at
Chickamauga, Ga., but the regimental physician
said he was fine. Growing worse, Charles obtained
an 8-day furlough and made it home to St. Louis
on Aug. 23. He died a week later of typhoid
fever. Buried at Bellfountain Cemetery, St.
Louis. His mother, Annie, filed for his pension
July 7, 1899.
- Cleon A. 1876-1934
private; of New Haven, Conn.
[01-02792] Albert Judson, Albert, Adin,
Abner, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
Mustered in June 29, 1898, at Niactic for two
years' service. 1st Regiment, Connecticut
Volunteer Artillery under Capt. Barlow S. Houce.
Ordered to Puerto Rico on Aug. 4, 1898, but call
was abandoned. Mustered out at New Haven on Oct.
- Edward S.
Co. A., 1st Vermont Infantry.
- Ernest S.
Co. I, 1st Florida Infantry.
Co. L, 203rd New York Infantry.
- George H. 1872-1944
private; of Romeo, Mich.
[03-00338] George H., Lucius, Heman, Amos,
Amos, David, Joshua, John, John)
Co. I, musician, 31st Michigan Infantry.
- Guy Martin
private; of Alexandria, Nebr., and Seattle and
Walla Wall, Wash.
[08-00614] Leander Burton, Timothy Truman,
Timothy, Mark, Job, John, John
Co. I, 1st Washington Infantry. Brother of Arthur Hugh. He was buried at
Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park and Funeral Home
- Herbert S.
private; of Florida.
Co. I, 1st Florida Infantry. Filed for a pension
March 24, 1900.
- James W.
private; of Indiana and Florida.
[07-00407] Marcus "Mark" Hurlburt,
James Clark, James Beecher, Noah, Noah, Stephen,
Co. E, 158th Indiana Infantry. Filed for a
pension Aug. 23, 1907. He was buried at
Indianapolis' Crown Hill Cemetery.
- Orrin S.
corporal; of Kalamazoo, Mich.
[13-03122] Lyman, --?--
Co. C, 32nd Michigan Infantry. Filed for a
pension Sept. 5, 1919; his widow, Verna, filed
for one Aug. 3, 1932.