Watrousville Cemetery

Veterans Buried in

Juniata Twp. Cemetery

(as of April 2017)

Each year, as part of our June meeting, we hold a Veterans Memorial Ceremony at the Watrousville Cemetery in honor of the veterans buried there.

War of 1812

Levi Rogers     Asa Stoddard


Civil War

David M. Black     Daniel Butrick     Jeremiah Fox     Lyman Goff

William G. Hamilton     Edward Hardy     Phillip H. Honsinger

Walter Honsinger     Walter D. Hyde     William M. Milton

George Newton     David Pettingill     Edwin Rogers     Albert C. Schultz    

Cameron C. Stoddard     Laduma C. Wilbur


World War I

Erie Leonard


World War II

Susan Ardist (Hormel)     John C. Cole     Robert C. Connell

Abraham Lincoln Curtis     Marshall Fabro     Carl Griswahn

Clyde Hess     James W. Hoard     George Sanford Hormel

Max McLaughlin     W. Tom McRea     George O. Miller

Lyle H. Holik


Korean War

Clayton Colosky     Eugene Heinlien     Daniel Krawczyk

Lee McLaughlin     Ward William Taylor, Sr.     Herbert Thompson

Lee McLaughlin          Robert Morell     Larry F. Langenburg



John Michael Cole     Terry Gunsell          Rex E. Biebel  

Newton Ray Robinson     Donald G. Searles

James K. LaPratt          Dennis Schnell

Cold War

Max A. Schafsnitz

Global War on Terror

Brian D. Robinson          Brian Randall Campeau


(Please notify us of any errors, correction or additions)

Juniata Township Cemetery is known locally as the

Watrousville Cemetery

 Lat: 43° 27′ 18″N, Lon: 83° 31′ 35″W
Located in section 9, on the North side of M81 West of Ringle Road,
in the village of Watrousville about 6 miles West of Caro MI.