• Yorktown Battlefield

    Yorktown Battlefield

    Part of Colonial National Historical Park Virginia

American Casualties at Yorktown

These names are inscribed on the tablet dedicated by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Yorktown Victory Monument.*


Captain Zeanas Barnum Nathan Taft
Ensign Ebenezer Daggett Daniel Thomas
Caleb Benton Issaiah Thomson
Ezra Downer Asa Toun
David Goodrich Stephen Wade
Samuel Manning Colley Wallis
Timothy Mansfield James Wasson
Timothy Parker George Webster
Josias Poheague James Wetherbee
Edward Snow James Whiting
James Snow Silas Whitney


Richard Teasure Mattocks Turner


Captain William White Aesop Harding
Lieutenant Samuel Rogers James Hayward
Sergeant James Williams William Herrington
Joseph Allen James Hix
Seth Andrew Jacob Jones
William Anibel Benjamin Kimball
James Battles Stephen Linsey
Justus Burck James McCarter
John Burt Caesar Molton
Abel Cain William Mosher
Johnathan Chase Soloman Newton
Daniel Cornish James Parmenter
William Gould John Richards
James Grandy Seth Sampson
Stephen Hammond Nathaniel Sargeant

New Hampshire

Colonel Alexander Scammel

New Jersey

Sergeant David Lee Benjamin Lewis
Thomas Chumard William Minthorn
Johiel Hull John Whitaker

New York

Lieutenant John McCloughry John Jacobs
Jesse Adams William Kynion
Robert Baorton Owen Lynch
John Barrett James McKinney
Jonas Brown Ephraim Marsh
John Calaghan Thomas Mason
Moses Diamond Henry Norton
Elijah Eggers Henry Randle
Jacob Ellis William Rullins
Amos Fincomb John Scott
John Flagly B. Egbert Smith
James Fowles William Vallance
John Frimier Christian Van Vost
Isaac Hawkins John Wilcox
Thomas Higgins William Witham


Thomas Davis ---- Smith
---- Organ Isaac White
John Ripton John Zell


Captain William Campbell Joel Terrell Burnley
John Parke Custis Amos Hill
Sergeant Christopher Tanner William Roebuck

* This list may not be 100% accurate or complete.

Did You Know?

Re-enactor camp in 1981

The 9,000 American forces were in the minority during the Yorktown Campaign. The French army and navy combined for over 25,000 men, while the British army and navy participants numbered over 21,000.