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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