In Honor of Those Who Serve(d)
This listing of Shermans, and Sherman descendants, who serve(d) our country, is presented with profound THANKS.
Graciously sent by Kim
Conrad, the following poem epitomizes the anguish in the hearts of all
parents, as their sons and daughters commit to service, to protect the
freedoms we all enjoy. Kim is the daughter of Jerry George Sherman who
served in the Navy in the Pacific and the niece of Jerry’s brother,
Eugene, who served in the Army in Europe, during WWII. Our Son’s Out of the dawn they come a – marching, Down from the sky they come–a-winging, Up from the sea they are coming,
a-sailing’ These are our sons, so nobly defending Breathe now, a prayer for God to watch
o’er them. ~April 17, 1943 Earl E. Sherman
Glad in their youth and strength are they.
Bravely their nations’ foremen meeting
Proudly they march into the fray.
Ever seeking their mortal foe.
Up where the shells and bullets are singing.
Dropping their death to the monster below.
Challenging death, boldly they fight.
Sure they of winning, no thought of failing.
God will protect them, theirs is the Right.
All that is dear to the brave and the free.
That Freedoms great Flame, forever ascending
May always glow brightly on you and me.
And send them, successful, back from the fight.
Home to the arms of the mother’s that bore them.
To freedom and peace, and Liberties Light.
Graciously sent by Kim Conrad, the following poem epitomizes the anguish in the hearts of all parents, as their sons and daughters commit to service, to protect the freedoms we all enjoy. Kim is the daughter of Jerry George Sherman who served in the Navy in the Pacific and the niece of Jerry’s brother, Eugene, who served in the Army in Europe, during WWII.
Out of the dawn they come a – marching,
Down from the sky they come–a-winging,
Up from the sea they are coming,
These are our sons, so nobly defending
Breathe now, a prayer for God to watch
~April 17, 1943 Earl E. Sherman
Abiel Sherman – RevWar – 2nd
Abner Shireman (1832 - ) – CW – Co. B, 18th VA Calvary
Adolphus Jethro Sherman – CW – 2nd NY Calvary
Alan C. Sherman – USAF – 1964-1968 – Vietnam Vet.
R. Sherman – US
Navy, submarines -Vietnam – then US Army National Guard and retired as
Albert B. Sherman - CW - C Co., 76th Inf., IL
Alfred T. Sherman - died in CW - 97th NY Regt.
Alwin A. Sherman - WWI - Machine Gun Co., 105th Inf. Regt., 27th Div.
Andrew Marco Sherman - USMC - died in Vietnam – Navy Cross for gallantry
Andrew Philip Sherman – USMC – 2008-?
Andrew S. Sherman (1825-1901)
– CW - Co. K, 10th MI Inf.
Ann (Sherman) Graham (b: 1952) – USN (Med. Ret.)
Art Cohan (son of Peggy Sherman) – USMC (Retired) - 1958-1978
Augustus Peckham Sherman - CW - Col of 1st RI Regt.
Avon D. Sherman – WWII – Distinguished Service Cross
B. G. Sherman - died in CW at Gettysburg - 61st OH Regt.
Bachelor Sherman – RevWar – 16th Rgt, NY Militia
Benjamin Franklin Sherman - CW - Capt. in Union Army fm VA
Benjamin Ray Sherman – Army medic in Vietnam – 1968-1970
Benjamin William Sherman (1988-2009) – U.S. Army – 82nd Airborne – killed in Afganistan, 10 Nov 2009. PHOTO
Benoni Sherman - French
& Indian Wars, and Capt. C Co., No. Kingstown, RI - 1767
Birdsey Sherman – WWI – Delaware Co., NY Militia
Byron Sherman - CW - 27th Brig., TX Co. (Confederate)
Buren Robinson Sherman – CW – Capt., Co. E, 13th IA Vol. (later Governor of Iowa)
Buren Robinson Sherman – WWI – Sgt. - 2nd Div. at Belleau Woods in France.
Calvin Fullen (son of Sadie S. Sherman) – USN – WWII
Calvin R. Sherman - USAF (1974-1976)
Carlton Collingwood Sherman (1884-1956) – Commander, Royal Navy of England, WWI and WWII
(1783-1844) – War of 1812 – Colonel, in charge of coast defenses
between New Haven and New London, CT
Charles I. Sherman – CW – F Co., 144 NY Vol Inf
Charles John Sherman - WWI - British Army in France
Charles Joseph Collingwood Sherman (1911-2000) – Brigadier, British Army, WWII - served in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (R.E.M.E) in Transjordan, and received the O.B.E (Order of the British Empire)
Alonzo Sherman (1841-1922) – CW – Co. B, 143rd
Inf., PA Vols
Claude Charles Sherman – 1889-1968 - WWI
Clifford Allen Sherman, Jr. – Army medic in WWII, Purple Heart in France
Clinton T. Sherman – Army - WWII
Cornelius Jackson Sherman - CW - D Co., 16th Regt., Texas Troops (Confederate)
Dale J. Sherman – Army – 1945-1965
Daniel L. Sherman – PFC, Army - died in Vietnam, 9 Jan 1966
Daniel Meeker Sherman - died in CW - Pvt., Co F, 13th Iowa Rgt
Daniel Paul Sherman - WWII - Italian Campaign
Danny Ernest Sherman (born 1956) – Navy - Ret. CPO
Darius Sherman – RevWar – 2nd Continental Artillery
David Sherman - CW - 154th NY Vols
David Sherman (1750-1829) – Rev War – RI line
David Michael Rabbett (grandson of Edna Virginia Sherman) – US Marines (2006 - ), currently (Jan 2009) serving with 3/8 in Afganistan.
David Paul Sherman (living) - British Army - 3rd Bn, Royal Anglian Rgt.
Donald Lester Sherman (1917-2009) – US Navy, WWII, served on transport ship "USS General Tasker H. Bliss"
Douglas Alvin Sherman (1948-2008) - USN Reserves (1966-1972)
Durfee Sherman – War of 1812 from NY
Edgar Jay Sherman - CW - breveted Major in Union Army
Edmund O. Sherman - CW - C Co., 133 IL Inf
Edson Sherman - CW - 154th NY Vols
Edward Sherman - French & English War - 1746/1747 from RI
Edward I. Sherman – CW – F Co., 144 NY Vol Inf
Edward Lee Jacoby – USN - 1980’s - served aboard USS Midway in So. Pacific
Edward Roy Stevens (g.g.g/son of Eliza Sherman) – USAAC/Air Force (1941-1950) – B17 pilot in missions over Germany, and one of the first military helicopter pilots, flying air-sea rescue missions. PHOTO
Edward Roy Stevens, Jr. (g.g.g.g/son of Eliza Sherman) – USAF (1968-1972).
Edwin Fiske Sherman, Jr. (1916-2007) – U.S. Navy, WWII
Elihu Sherman (1746 - 1817) – Rev. War service in MA
(Sr.) Sherman (1826-1892) – CW – 11th
Elijah Bernis Sherman - CW - C Co., 9th VT Inf
Ellsworth Carl Sherman – TX State DPS officer – retired as Major.
Enoch Moore Sherman - CW - F Co., 12th IL Calv
Ephraim J. Sherman – CW – D Co., 144 NY Vol Inf
Ernest J. Sherman (b: 1848) – CW – F Co., 28th Michigan Inf.
Everett Francis Sherman - USArmy - WWII (was a German POW for a time)
Felix Leonard Sherman – USArmy – WWI – 144th Field Artillery in France
Ferguson J. Shireman (1841 - bef. 1900) – CW – 62nd VA
Floyd David Sherman – Navy – 1960’s
Forest Percival Sherman (1896-1951) - Admiral, USN during WWI and WWII, Chief of Naval Operations
(1924-2010) – USAAF – WWII, a navigator on B-17 bombers.
Frederick A. Sherman – CW – Co. C, 186th NY Vol Inf
Frederick Carl Sherman - USN Admiral during WWI and WWII
Gary R. Sherman – USCG (1969-1973) – Squadron Three, Vietnam (1971)
(Sherman) Higgins – WWII –
"Rosie The Riveter", working for both Bendix Aircraft and Lake City
Arsenal in Independence, MO
Geoffrey Charles Frederick Sherman - WWI - British Tank Regt. - D Day
Geoffrey Collingwood Sherman (1915-2009) - Col, Royal Marines of England, WWII - served in the North Atlantic, the Mediterranean and the Far East, and officiated at the formal ceremony of surrender of the Japanese Imperial Forces to Lord Louis Mountbatten in Singapore in September 1945.
George E. Sherman (1935-2008) –
U. S. Army, Korea
George Hebling (g.g.grandson of Elizabeth Sherman) – retired USAF (1957-1977)
George Sherman - CW - A Co., 62nd VA Regt. (Confederate)
George Auther Sherman – Army – WWI – Inf. 1917-1919
George B. Sherman - WWI - C Co., 105th Inf. Regt., 27th Div.
George C. Sherman - CW - H & I Co's, 87th PA Inf.
C. Sherman (1840-1910)
– CW - Co. F., 9th MN Inf.
George Edgar Wilson (1922-1942) (grandson of Edith Gertrude Sherman) – U.S. Army – killed while in a Construction Bn., working on the DEW line in Canada. PHOTO
George Frederick Winslow (1842-1948) (h/o Virginia Sherman) – Admiral, USN – CW – 40 years of service
George Hubbell Sherman (1820-1895) – CW – Co. F, 20th CT Vol Inf
George J. Sherman - CW - USN serving aboard the Mississippi Ironclad, "St. Louis"
George Sydney Sherman - WWI - 5th Royal Irish Lancers
George W. Sherman (1834 -
<1913) – CW – Co. A, 27th IA Vols –
served throughout the CW as a hospital steward.
Harley Edward Sherman – PFC, Army - died in Vietnam, 26 Dec 1966
Harrison C. Shireman (1836 – aft. 1910) – CW – 62nd VA
Harry F. Sherman - CW - 13th Inf. Regt., WV Union Vols
Harry Henry (Jr.) Sherman - USAF - died in Korea
Harry M. Sherman – USN, 1958-1968
Harvey D. Thacker (son of Mabel Oriole Sherman) – glider pilot, died WWII in Operation Varsity in Germany
Henry Sherman (1885- )
in NY – USN – serving as fireman 2nd class
aboard the U.S.S. Michigan in 1910
Hewitt Sherman – WWI – Delaware Co., NY Militia
Hezekiah Erastus Sherman – CW – E Co., 2nd MA Vol. Inf.
Hiram Sabin Sherman (1831-1908) – CW –Pvt. in G Co., 1st NY Mounted Rifles (PHOTO)
Honestus Sherman (ca: 1790- )
– War of 1812 - NY militia
Horace B. Sherman - CW - A Co., 3rd TX Calv (Confederate)
Howard L. Sherman (1925-2009) – USN, WWII
Hudson M. Harris (1841- ) (son
of Hannah Sherman) – CW – 1st Calv., MI Brigade
Irving "Bud" Alfred Sherman – WWII – USN – served on USS Indiana in Pacific
Israel G. Sherman - wounded in CW - 5th NH Vols
Jacob Sherman - died in CW - 126th NY Regt.
James Sherman – CW – (1794-1861)
James Arthur Sherman (b: 1954) – USN
E. Sherman – US
Army (1972-1974) in Germany
James F. Sherman – WWI – Delaware Co., NY Militia
James G. Sherman – CW, 155th NY Infantry
James Jackson Sherman (1921-1945) – WWII, USN – He was an Aviation Radioman 2nd class & Aerial Gunner in Patrol Bombing Squadron 106 (VPB-106). He and his crew of 11 other men fought in Iwo Jima and the Philippines, and later were reported as MIA on July 30, 1945 - just 2 weeks before the end of World War II. (PHOTO)
James Lemuel Sherman - CW - D Co., 144th IL Vols
James Robertson Higgins (husband of Genevieve Sherman) – USN – WWII - Torpedo-boat LST 628, invasion of Okinawa & Luzon, Philippines
James Oliver Richmond (1894-1955) (son of Lura S. Sherman) - WWI
Henry "Jim" Wilson (g/s of Edith Gertrude Sherman) - USAF (1950-1957). PHOTO
James Winslow Turner (g.g/s of Virginia Sherman) – USN (1950-1970)
Sherman (1846-1934) – CW, Co. A, 59th IL Vol Inf
Jerry George Sherman (1920-1995) – USN (1944-1946) -WWII
Jethro Peckham Sherman - CW - F Co., 19th Corps, NY Calv
Job Sherman - War of 1812 - served in Capt. Hale's Co., MA
Job J. Sherman - War of 1812 - 147th Wood's Inf Rgt from Onondaga Co. NY
John Sherman (1794-1873) – War of 1812 – from NY
John Sherman (1825-1885) – CW Union soldier
John Bernard Shaw (1849-1920) (g/son of Eliza Sherman) – CW – Cpl., 102nd IL Inf. – enl. at age 15. PHOTO
John Brooks Sherman – Capt., USMC - died in Vietnam, 25 Mar 1966
John C. Sherman – War of 1812
John Calvin Sherman – SSgt, Army - died in Vietnam, 2 May 1970
John Frank Sherman – (1892-1928) – 261st Casual Co.
H. Sherman - CW - F Co., 122nd IL Vols
John Harold Sherman – PFC, USMC - died in Vietnam, 19 Apr 1967
John Jay Sherman (1844-1922) – CW – 8th Heavy Artillery of NY Vols.
John W. Sherman (1839-1864)
– died in Andersonville Prison
Joseph Sherman - War of 1812
Joseph Byron Sherman – CW – A Co., 64th NY Rgt.
Jotham Sherman - French & Indian War
Julia Albert Sherman – CW – Co B, 2nd Rgt., NY Calv Vols – died at New Orleans, 1864
Sherman, Sr. – Radioman 1stClass, US Navy
Kenneth Larmar Sherman – PFC, Army - died in Vietnam, 3 Jan 1969
Larry Dee Sherman – Spec4, Army - died in Vietnam, 13 Mar 1968
Lemuel Sherman – RevWar – 16th Rgt, NY Militia
Leroy Sherman - CW - H Co., 3rd Regt. Calvary, WV Union Vols
Lewis Edward Sherman (1890-1976) - WWI
Linda Stevens (g.g.g.g/dau
of Eliza Sherman) – Army Nurse (1968-1971)
Llewellyn Reece Sherman, Jr. – WWII – Coast Guard
Lloyd H. Sherman, Sr. – WWI – U.S. Army - France
Linus Sherman - CW - A Co., 9th VT Inf.
Lyman C. Sherman (1840- ) – CW
– 20th OH Inf. – killed in Battle of Vicksburg
Mack Sherman – USMC – stationed Salem, OR in 1930
Marshall Sherman - CW - C Co., 1st MN Regt., MEDAL OF HONOR
Marshall E. Sherman (1840-1863) – CW – Co. C, 16th CT Vol Inf
Z. Sherman (1845-
) – CW – 2nd PA Bn., Army of TN
Michael Patrick Cohan (grandson of Peggy Sherman) - USAF – 1981-1984
Mike Stockton (grandson of Stella Nancy Sherman) – USAF Ret. – 1976-1996 – currently a paramedic (2007)
Milton Sherman – CW – A Co., 179th OH Vol. Inf.
Milton A. Sherman (1933-2008) – U.S. Army – served in Korea
Milton W. Sherman (1919-2010) – USN – WWII
Nathan Sherman (1761- 1820) – served in the Revolution, from VT
Nathan Sherman - War of 1812 -
poss: Dobbin's 18th NY Militia
Oscar Sherman - Spanish/Amer. War, I Co., NE Vols - also WWI, A Co., 5th Bn.
Othello Alden Sherman (b: 1846) – CW – F Co., 28th Michigan Inf.
Patricia Hansen (dau of Lillian Eugenia Sherman) – USN (1965-1965), USNR (1975-1989)
Paul Dwight Sherman (1908-1987) –
BGen, USMC (1929-1955) – WWII (brother of Admiral Forest P. Sherman)
Perry Justin Sherman - WWI - USN
Peter Sherman - USMC in Rev. War - served on board the "Boston", 1777-1778
Peter Conrad Sherman - died in CW - F Co., 5th VA Regt. (Confederate)
Peter Woodbury Sherman - USN - died in Vietnam
Raymond Aloysius Sherman - USArmy - WWII - fought in Italy
Rex Marcel Sherman - USArmy - died in Vietnam
Reuben Sherman (1763-1843) – Rev. War from RI
Philo Sherman (1760-1812) – Pvt. In Post Guards in Stratford, CT – RevWar.
Phineas Sherman (1733-1806) –
an ensign and Lt. in 1777 in CT – promoted to Capt. in 1779, commanding
a Co. in the 4th Regt. in CT in RevWar.
Rial Duane Hardendorf (son of Sarah Maria Sherman) (1843-1864) – CW – died from wound in CW
Richard Sherman (1761-1845) – Rev. War – Pvt in MA militia on service to RI
Richard S. Whitelaw (son of Marion H. Sherman) - USAAF - died in France during WWII
Weir Sherman (1820-1903)
– CW – Co. K, 10th MI Inf.
Robert Sherman - USAAF – WWII
Bard Sherman (1919-2008)
– USN – WWII – Armed Guard on Liberty Ship.
Robert Carl Sherman - USMC - died in Vietnam
Robert Earl Sherman - USArmy - died in Vietnam
Robert L. Sherman – USN – WWII in the Pacific
Robert Lloyd Sherman – USN
Robert S. Sherman - USMC - served in Phillipines in 1900
Robert Shale Sherman – USMC – Vietnam
Robert Stevens (1923 - ) (g.g.g/son of Eliza Sherman) – USN – WWII – serving aboard the USS Yorktown in the battle of Midway when it was sunk.
Robert Wilson (1921-2004) (g/son of Edith Gertrude Sherman) – USAAF - B24 pilot in 29 bombing missions over Germany during WWII. PHOTO
Roger Durand Sherman – US Navy, WWII
William Sherman (1913-2002)
– USArmy – WWII
Ronald Leslie Sherman – USN - Vietnam - Nov. 1968-Nov. 1969 as a Corpsman with the 2nd Bn, 5th MarRegt,, 1st MarDiv
Reese Sherman (1915-1982) - WWII and
Korean, 109th Inf., 28th Inf Div.
Rosevelt Sherman – USArmy - died in Vietnam
Rowland Sherman (1756-aft. 1820) – Rev War – Connecticut line
"Rusty" Eliot Sherman –
USN, 1995 –
Samuel Sherman (1756-1822) – RevWar – RI
(Honorable) Sherman (1618-1700)
- Pequot War of 1673
Samuel Augustus Sherman – WWI – Delaware Co., NY Militia
Shubel Sherman – RevWar – 16th Rgt, NY Militia
Alonzo Sherman (1912-1999)
– USArmy – WWII in Pacific theater
Stephen Sherman – War of 1812
Steven A. Sherman – CW – Co. A, 33rd Inf, IL – 1861-1864
Stephen C. Sherman (1792-1879) – War of 1812
Steven D. Sherman - USCG (Ret)
Steven D. Sherman, Jr. - USArmy, Bronze Star, Afganistan
Sherman – died in WWI
– Distinguished Service Cross and Navy Cross
Stephen M. Sherman - CW - USMC - killed in action aboard the USS TENNESSEE
Steven Keith Cohan (g/son of Peggy Sherman) - USN – 1989-1991
Steven Ross Sherman - USMC - died in Vietnam
Sherman, Jr. – MajGen, U.
Sylvester M. Sherman – CW – H Co., 55th IL Inf
Sherman, Sr. (Dr.) – CW – 1stSgt., Co. G, 133 Rgt,
OH Vol Inf.
Thomas Alan Sherman - Army - died in Vietnam
Thomas Sherman - Rev. War – RI
Thomas Sherman, III (1823-1893) –
CW – Lt., Co. D, 27th ME Vols
Thomas Sherman ( - 1897) – CW – Co. C, 15th CT Vol Inf
Thomas John Sherman (1921-1978) –
retired US Army, WWII and Korea – Bronze Star and Purple Heart
Timothy Scott Cohan (g/son of Peggy Sherman) - USN – 1986-1998
Thomas Theron Sherman (1886-1955) - WWI
Timothy Troy Sherman – retired USN
Todd Plesco (son of Sylvia Kay Sherman Plesco) – USMC (1988-1996) Kuwait in Persian Gulf War.
A. Sherman (1913-1981)
– USArmy, WWII
Victor P. Sherman - Army - died in Vietnam
Wayne A. Sherman – USCG (Ret)
Sherman - WWII - Normandy Invasion - poss:
died in France
William Sherman (1764-Aft. 1834) – RevWar - RI
William A. Sherman - CW - F Co., 122nd IL Vols
William Alvin Sherman (1919-1991) – WWII – Army in Patton’s 3rd Army, serving in Africa, France, Germany and Italy. (PHOTO)
William Frederick Sherman - CW - H Co., 5th VA Regt. (Confederate)
William H. Sherman – USN, WWII
William Hudson Sherman – War of 1812
Sherman (Kledas) – USAF,
Vietnam – 16 years – C-130 Flight Engineer
William M. Sherman (1837-1863) – CW – Co. H, 26th CT Vol Inf – died from wounds at battle of Port Hudson in New Orleans
William M. "Mike" Sherman - USCG (Squadron One, Vietnam)
William R. Sherman (1842-1861) – Pvt., A Co., 3rd IA Inf. – died in Civil War
Royce Jacoby (h/o
Almira Darlene Sherman) - Army Counterintelligence in Korea
William Tecumseh Sherman - CW - Union General
William Warren Sherman - USArmy - died in Vietnam
William Watt Sherman (1839-1875) – Capt., USArmy - Civil War – Co. G, 62nd NY Inf. (PHOTO)
Willis Sherman – WWI –
Delaware Co., NY Militia
Zulia Mable (Strader) Sherman (w/o Llewellyn Sherman) - WWII "Rosie Riveter", working for both Bendix Aircraft and Lake City Arsenal in Independence, MO
(Zulia Mable Sherman d/o Llewellyn Sherman) - WWII - "Rosie Riveter", Lake City Arsenal in Independence, MO