War veterans known to be buried in St. Vincent Cemetery

Peter Storm, Jan. 22, 1762–Nov 4, 1842
Burial at St. James Cemetery, transferred to St. Vincent Cemetery when it opened in 1853. Revolutionary War – Fought as an Officer in the Battle of Yorktown, 1781. Volunteered in the Battle of Baltimore at North Point 1814.

Antonio Natale Lavezza Geri, 1832–Aug 22-24, 1904
St. Leo the Great Parish. Civil War – Union,  2nd Reg. Artillery, Minnesota.

John Keleher/Kelleher, Died Oct 25, 1862, Buried Dec 5, 1862
Company E, NY 69th Irish Brigade, the NY 69th Regiment. Fought at Antietam, the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.  Wounded in battle and taken to a hospital in Frederick, MD where he died. His body was transported to Baltimore.  Funeral at St Vincent de Paul Church, burial at St. Vincent Cemetery.
Edward Councell, June 10, 1832–Sept 10, 1864
Civil War POW/KIA – Battle of Weldon Railroad, 16th Infantry Mississippi
M.T. McHenry, 1832–Mar 22, 1877
Civil War, Confederate POW. Note: Tombstone (monument) made by fellow stone mason workers in Richmond, VA
Francis Lawrence Burke, 1874–Nov 23, 1911 (Portland OR), Burial: Dec 2, 1911
Fought in Spanish-American War, Volunteer Regiment from Washington, DC