BEMENT MILITARY ANCESTORS

FROM THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR TO VIETNAM

(INCLUDING EARLY ANCESTORS IN THEIR STATE MILITIAS)

STATE MILITIAS
John Bement (1667-1703)

Pvt. Benjamin Bement (1698-1744) 

Lt. Edmund Bement (1713-1790)

Capt. David Bement (1786-1850)

Capt. Ebenezer Bement (1768-1848)

Capt. David Bement (1799-1864)

Col. Edmund Bement Dewey (1801-1895)

Capt. Jedediah Dewey (1807-1876)

FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR (1754-1763)

Pvt. John Bement (1701-1756)

Capt. Dennis Bement (1710-1789)

Joseph Bement (1725-1802)

Corp. Judah Bement (1735-1803)

John Bement (1734-1806)

Jesse Bement (1740-aft. 1790)

Jonathan Bement (1731-1824)

Lt. David Bement (1734-1806)

REVOLUTIONARY WAR (1775-1782)

Pvt. Edmond Bement (1747-1799)

Lt. William Bement (1737-1798)

Major Ebenezer Bement (1740-1794)

Asa Bement (1738-1814)

Samuel Bement (1742-1810)

Jesse Bement (1740-aft. 1790)

Pvt. Edmund Bement (1739-1801)
Ensign Dennis Bement (1743-1820)

Corp. Samuel Bement (1755-1787)

Benjamin Bement (1757-1840)

Benjamin Bement (1754-1832)

Phineas Bement (1759-1833)

John Bement (1761-1836)

Eusebius Bement (1758-aft. 1800)

Asa Bement, Jr. (1764-1842)

WAR OF 1812 (1812)

Capt. Judah Bement (1777-1818)

Elijah Bement (1791-1877)

Edward Bement (1795-1866)

Sgt. Harley Bement (1797-1882)

CIVIL WAR (1861-1865)

George H. Stevens (1843-aft. 1914)

Col. Julius Caesar Bement (Aft. 1822-unk)

Morgan Bement (abt.1840-bef. 1865)

Philetus Swift Bement (1820-1889)

Pvt. Loren Bement (1832-1910)

Pvt. Harley Bement (1797-1882)

Albert Russ (1840-1864)

Henry Hudson Bement (abt. 1845-unk)

Francis AFrank@ H. Bement (1836-abt.1914)

Emery Harris Bement (1841-1910)

Lt. Col. Augustus Sherwin Bement (1824-1893)

Stephen Mason Bement (1838-1864)

Edwin Cornelius Bement (1838-1862)

 George J. Pierce (1835-1864)

Pvt. Henry Parsons Bement (1833-1894)

Corp. William Henry Bement (1838-1865)

Sgt. George Bement (1841-1912)

Hiram Bement (aft 1842-bef 1865)

Walter Bement (abt 1844-bef 1917)

Lt. Allison Wriford Cheney (1833-1886)

Mark Wilder Cheney (1838-Aft. 1913)

Luke Turner Cheney (1844-1863)

William Briggs Bement (1843-aft 1912)

William Oscar Bement (1847-Aft. 1912)

Ansel Robert Bement (1842-1861)

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR (1898)

Col. Robert Bunker Coleman Bement (1848-1920)

Walter Eugene Bement (1878-Aft. 1917)

WORLD WAR I (1914-1918)

Pvt. Lyle Henry Bement (1894-aft 1923)

WORLD WAR II (1941-1945)

Alexander Leland Bement (1910-1941)

Roy Jean BeMent (1920-1999)

KOREAN WAR (1950-1953)

VIETNAM WAR (1961-1975)

    

Branch of Service

Massachusetts State Militia

Massachusetts State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

New York State Militia

New York State Militia

New York State Militia

New York State Militia

 

Massachusetts State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

Connecticut State Militia

 

Continental Army (Connecticut Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Conn. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (Mass. Militia)

Continental Army (New York Militia)

 

U.S. Army Infantry

 

U.S. Navy AIron Greys@ Volunteers

U.S. Army Infantry

    

Union Army

Union Army (Ohio Regiment)

* Killed in battle

Union Army (NY Infantry)

Union Army (Ohio Infantry)

Union Army (Mich. Volunteer Cavalry)

* Killed in battle

Union Army (8th Vermont Regiment)

Union Army (Penn. ABuck Tail@ Reg.)

Union Army

Union Army (Ohio Volunteer Infantry)

Killed at Kennesaw Mountain., GA

Killed at Battle of Antietam, MD

Died at Andersonville Prison, GA

Union Army (Michigan Infantry)

* Killed at Petersburg, VA (NY Vols.)

Union Army (Michigan Infantry)

* Killed in battle

Union Army

Union Army (Illinois Volunteers)

Union Army (16th N.H. Volunteers)

* Wounded, died in barracks hospital

Union Army (Vermont Volunteers)

Union Army (134th Indiana Vols.)

* Died of typhoid fever in camp

 

United States Army

United States Army

 

United States Army

 

United States Army

United States Navy, Submarine Corps