Oates Memorial Wall

Dedicated to the Memory of Oates Ancestors who died during America’s Wars

John Oates, James Oates, Joseph Oates, and Jethro Oates lines

NameHome TownWARBirth & DeathMilitary Service DetailsFamily and Line
Burch, David CarrollNorth Carolina, FaisonVietnam Sept. 3, 1968
(b. 05-14-1944)
Army Cpt., Pilot, Huey (UH-1) Helicopter. Crash, Long An Province, 10 miles south of Saigon. Awarded the Silver Star, posthumously. Graduate of N.C. State University.Georgiana Hines Burch8/ Inez Oates Hines7/ David Jethro Oates6/ David C. Oates5/ John Oates4/ Jethro Oates3
Oates, Eugene C., IIITexas, BryanVietnamAugust 4, 1969
(b. 09-05-1944)
Army Cpt., Helicopter. Crash, Binh Duong Province
Martin, William BryantNorth Carolina, Wayne CountyCivil War, CSAb _______ d October 16, 1862Born in Wayne County, N.C.. Private, CSA. Enlisted at age 22, June 17, 1861. He was wounded at South Mountain, Maryland, September 14, 1862, and died from wounds on October 16, 1862.Brother-in-law of Jethro William Oates, Rt. 1, Faison.
Oates, James L.Texas, Angelina Co.Civil War, CSA June 23, 1863Lewis C. Oates5/ John Oates4/ Jethro Oates3
Oates, John A.Alabama Civil War, CSA July 25, 18631st Lt., Co. G, 15th Alabama. Mortally wounded at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863, died 23 days later. Brother of Col. William C. Oates. John A. Oates, "No brothers loved each other more". Message left on "Oates' Rock" .William Oates5/ Stephen Oates4/ James Oates3
Oates, Jesse Texas
(born in Sampson Co. NC)
Civil War, CSA 1863
(b. 1839)
11th Regt. Texas Inf. Co. DJames Seavy Oates5/ Stephen Oates4/ James Oates3
Oates, William IsaiahTexas Civil War, CSA 5th Regt. Texas Inf. Co. K. Died of pneumonia.
Oates, NathanTexas Civil War, CSA Standard Bearer, 5th Regt. Texas Inf. Co. K. Died in the battle of Chickamauga.