The following descendents of Hans Adam Schrier gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. These names are presented in chronological order based on the year of death.
THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, 1861 - 1865
- Shier, Charles Jr., 1st Michigan Cavalry: A son of Charles Newkerck Shier and Elizabeth Ridgeway and a Great Grandson of Henry Shier, Charles Shier, a member of the 1st Michigan Cavalry was shot in the left shoulder while fighting during the American Civil War at the Battle of Cedar Creek in Virginia and died two weeks later on Nov. 2, 1864. At that time his father was a member of the Michigan State legislature.
WORLD WAR 1, 1914 - 1918
- Shier, Thomas Edward, Private: A son of Albert Shier and Alice Eva Bell, of Owen Sound, Ontario and , a great grandson of Samuel and Ann Shier, Private Thomas Edward Shier, a member of the Canadian Infantry (Canadian Central Regiment), was killed on May 2, 1916 at 19 years of age. He is buried at the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery in Belgium.
- Shier, Wesley George, Sergeant: A son of Robert George Shier and Agnes Matilda Doble of Vancouver , British Columbia, and a great-grandson of Richard and Catherine Shier, Wesley George Shier was killed in Belgium on June 2,1916 at the age of 24. He is buried on the grounds of Chateau Van de Peer Boom on the Ypres Diekebusch Road, Belgium.
- Webster, Lester O., Major: A son of Robert S. Webster and Dora Brethour and a great grandson of Henry Shier 1777 - 1830 and Mary Corneil 1771 - 1861, Major Lester O. Webster was Killed in Action in Belgium on Aug 16, 1916. He is buried in Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, Belgium. His nephew, Flying Officer Lester Webster, would later be killed in WWII.
- Moore, John William, Private: A son of John Moore and Ellen Marie Wright of Bervie, Ontario, John William Moore enlisted with the Canadian Infantry, (Sasktchewan Regiment). He was killed on September 26, 1916 and is buried in the Vimy Memorial Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
- Waddell, Norman James, Private A son of Henry Glendenning Waddell and Martha Shier of Sunderland, Ontario and a Great Grandson of John Shier II, Pvt. Norman James Waddell was killed on Oct 8, 1916 while serving in France. He is buried in Regina Trench Cemetery, Somme, France.
- Shier, Wallace Manzer, Sergeant: A son of George William Shier and Mary C. Manzer of Yipsilanti, Michigan and a great grandson of Henry Shier (1769 - 1837), Wallace Manzer Shier, enlisted in the Royal Canadian Regiment in Windsor, Ontario prior to the United States participating in the war. He was killed on December 23, 1916 at the age of 37 and is buried in Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
- Shier, Christopher George, Lance Corporal A son of Esther M. Shier and the late Joseph Shier of Prospect House , Barrigone, County Limerick, Ireland, Lance Corporal Shier of the Royal Irish Regiment (South Irish Horse) was killed on November 30, 1917 and is buried at the Croisilles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
- Brethour, Oscar Raymond, Private: Oscar Raymond Brethour, a son of Richard Wesley Brethour and Elizabeth Marriott and a great grandson of Richard Shier and Catherine Shier, was a Private with the 27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. He was killed on August 21, 1917 at 23 years of age. He is memorialized at the Vimy Memorial. He was a 1st cousin of Hector Wilson Brethour who was killed in the war in 1918.
- Smith, Pvt. John Sylvester Pvt. John Sylvester Smith was a Great-grandson of Henry Shier and Mary Corneil-Shier of Brock Twp. His grandfather, Corneil Benjamin Shier moved to Michigan. John Smith was serving with the 125th Michigan Infantry when he was killed on May 24, 1918.
- Fenwick, Albert Roy
- Brethour, Hector Wilson, Private: A son of William Augustus Brethour and Elizabeth Jane Shier of Daysville, Saskatchewan and a great grandson of Richard and Catherine Shier, Private Brethour was killed in France on September 1, 1918 at 36 years of age. He is buried at Upton Wood Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
- Shier, Morley Roy, Second Lieutenant: Morley Roy Shier was a son of James Mooney Shier and Catherine Ann Shier and a great grandson of Richard and Catherine Shier and John Shier II and Catherine Piper .He was in the Royal Air Force and his plane was shot down over the North Sea in September 1918, two months before the end of the WW1. He is memorialized at Hollybrook Memorial Cemetery, Hampshire, United Kingdom. His family was a friend of Lucy Maud Montgomery who dedicated her book, Rainbow Valley, to three men from Leaskdale, Ontario who perished in the Great War, one of whom was Morley Roy Shier.
- Shier, Herman Edgar, Private: A son of Philip Shier and Margaret Jane Brethour of Pefferlaw, Ontario and a great-grandson of Richard and Catherine Shier, Private Herman Edgar Shier was killed in Flanders Fields on September 29, 1918 at 23 years of age. He was buried in St. Olle British Cemetery in France.
WORLD WAR 2, 1939 - 1945
THE VIETNAM CONFLICT, 1954 - 1975