Simeon Hicks - Revolutionary War veteran who was a Minuteman from Rehoboth, Massachusetts. The day after the Battles of Lexington and Concord, he immediately joined thousands of others in sealing off the enemy garrison in Boston. He served several short enlistments and fought in the Battle of Bennington on August 16, 1777. He was the last living survivor of that battle. Photographed ca. 1840s, history collected by Joseph M. Bauman.
The mummified remains of Admiral John Paul Jones. Image credit: USNI.org
James Arness, tv Gunsmoke, served in the U.S. Army during WW II and was severely wounded in the Battle of Anzio, leading to a lifelong limp.
Captain Audie Murphy in his dress uniform sitting next to a framed display of his military medals. This photo taken as a publicity photo by Universal-International studios about the time Audie's movie TO HELL AND BACK was released.
Lemuel Cook (10 Sept 1761 - 20 May 1866) - Revolutionary War veteran who served in the Battles of Brandywine and Yorktown. Upon America's victory, Cook recalled, "Washington ordered that there should be no laughing at the British; said it was bad enough to surrender without being insulted". Photographed in 1864 at 105 years of age; history collected by Joseph M. Bauman.
Daniel Bakeman, one of the last survivors of the American Revolutionary War. 109 years old in 1868.
Easy Company (Band of Brothers) - Ron Spiers
The Men of Easy Company: Ron Speirs by Marcus Brotherton
From MyTumblr Blog Portrait of Revolutionary War veteran Baltus Stone in 1846. He was born in 1747 and was photographed here at around the age of 99.
"Faces of the American Revolution", a collection of 14 daguerreotype photos (and short biographies) of men who fought in the Revolutionary War. This man, Peter Mackintosh, has a really neat story, as do all the others.
Adam Link (14 Nov 1760 - 15 Aug 1864) - Revolutionary War veteran who served with the Pennsylvania Militia on 3 separate tours of duty. He enlisted at the age of 16 and spent 5 years guarding the frontier in Virginia. He was very active throughout his life; at the age of 70, he cleared and worked his farm. Photographed ca. 1855-1864, history collected by Joseph M. Bauman.