Continuing with grave markers with a military connection, here is a local marker of a Spanish-American War veteran. This may be the only Spanish-American War marker I have seen. It was a short conflict and not many served in it.
The Spanish-American War, 21 April 1898-10 December 1898, was fought in the Philippines and Cuba and was primarily a naval war. The conflict ended Spanish colonial rule in the Americas and the United States acquired territories in the western Pacific and Latin America.
This bronze military marker, located in Willshire Cemetery, marks the grave of Charles S. Hatch. Charles served as a Private in the 1st Regiment Maryland. He enlisted 5 July 1898 and was discharged 28 February 1899. 
The Spanish-American War flag staff by Charles’ marker.
Charles Stephen Hatch was born in Plymouth, Ohio, 27 May 1878, the son of James and Mary (Ferguson) Hatch. Charles died at his residence in Willshire on 8 October 1949, at the age of 71. He lived in Fort Wayne before moving to Willshire in about 1939 and was a retired salesman.  Other sources indicate that he was a butcher/meat cutter most of his life. Charles was married twice. He married Minnie Wilder in 1901 and they had several children. Minnie died in 1927and Charles married Lennie King in 1928.
 Applications for Headstones for U.S. Military Veterans, 1925-1941, Records of the Offices of the Quartermaster General, National Archives, Washington DC, NAID A1, 2110-C, Record Group No. 92, Charles S Hatch; Ancestry.com.
 “Ohio, County Death Records, 1840-2001,” Van Wert Co, Willshire Twp, Charles S Hatch, 8 Oct 1949; database with images, FamilySearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9ZY-TJLS?i=754&cc=2128172&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AF6CF-529 : viewed 13 Jun 2021).