REGISTRY OF GRAVES

What follows is a directory to graves of Post #274, Unit #274, and other veterans buried in local area cemeteries. These are NOT all the cemeteries in this locality! They represent the ones that were shown by Post #274 minutes to be the ones traditionally decorated on Memorial Day by THIS post. This is a history of Post #274 and Unit #274 and NOT an attempt at showing ALL veterans of wars from this area. However, it might seem to be that. Note that we have included veterans of wars (including one from the War of 1812) whose graves have been found in these selected cemeteries. We also have a section in this history which identifies those who died while on active duty. This is meant to acknowledge the sacrifice made by families of this community. These are the men who did not live to become veterans and members of ANY American Legion post. One can easily confuse our purpose and limitations in the following information. This was not intended as a history of all veterans from this area nor a directory to ALL graves of veterans. Only as the post minutes specified a cemetery name was it included in our search for graves.

Minutes of Claude Myers Post #274 showed the names of the cemeteries in the Browning area which were decorated, annually, with American flags at the grave of each veteran. In 1967 this marking-all-graves-with-a-flag practice ended. Instead, the post began installing flag poles at each of these cemeteries and a single, large flag was hoisted each Memorial Day. Various reasons are given by those who remember this change in practice: Vandals took or scattered flags; the men who knew where all the graves were had died; etc. As part of a special Memorial Day 1993 commemoration, small American flags were placed at EVERY grave of a veteran (of ANY war), including all post members. Auxiliary unit members' graves were marked that way, too. In preparation for this special-event, the cemeteries were visited and the location of graves was noted. A code was used to identify the location of each grave to be flag-marked. If the gravestone was a military stone an "m" was marked down; if it was a civilian stone a "c" was used as a code. And, if any special veteran-denoting marker was found, it was recorded as "l" for American Legion bronze marker, "a" for Legion Auxiliary bronze marker, or "vfw", "ww1", etc. for any other-marker found.

In the early 1950's a bronze legion marker cost about $5; in 1992 the cost of one had risen to $16. Many post members and auxiliary unit graves lack such markers. The cost of putting such markers where they might memorialize a post or unit member's grave would, now, be prohibitive. At its October 1993 meetings, Post and Unit #274 approved this policy concerning the bronze grave markers: If an ACTIVE member of the post or unit is buried in a local cemetery, part of the Legion's funeral service would include an offer to the family of a bronze marker. If the family of the deceased requests such a marker within 60 days of the burial, the post (or unit) will provide the marker at no cost to the family. If the request is beyond these 60 days, the post or unit will provide the marker at the family's cost. Many may find the following listing of cemeteries useful in deciding to put Legion and/or Auxiliary markers by graves we have identified as "p" or "u" (members of THIS post and unit).

When available, obituaries were checked for spelling of names and birth and death dates. For this project, when a gravestone was found which had alternate spelling or dates, the information on the stone was entered in the listing. It was thought that that would assist in locating the specific stone for marking with a flag. It should be noted that in many cases, both a military stone and a civilian stone for the same person will be found (the civilian stone often includes a spouse or other family member).

Included here are...

... Post-member graves locator-marked ......................: 131

... Unit-member graves locator-marked ......................: 44

... Veterans (other than post members) locator-marked ......: 192

... Died on active duty (or killed in action) locator-marked: 19

... Number of located graves having American Legion markers : 59

... Number of located graves having Auxiliary Unit markers : 21

Codes used:

p=post member of Post #274 ======================================

u=unit member of Unit #274 | | || | |

v=a veteran but was not a member of this post | nw | ne || nw | ne |

k=was killed in action or died on active duty | | || | |

|------- nw ------||------- ne ------|

m=military headstone c=civilian headstone | | || | |

l=legion marker a=auxiliary marker | sw | se || sw | se |

v=VFW marker ww1=World War 1 marker | | || | |

|========|======== ========|========|

[ ] also contains grave-location information: | | || | |

[ ne/nw ml ] means there is a military headstone | nw | ne || nw | ne |

and a legion marker at a grave which is in the northeast | | || | |

quarter of the northwest quarter of this cemetery (ne of nw). |------- sw ------||------- se ------|

No matter what size or shape of cemetery is involved, you | | || | |

find its middle (using its fences or other bounds as its | sw | se || sw | se |

edges... including future-grave space)! Get a fix on that | | || | |

cemetery-middle and find North. Define the four quarters of ======================================

the cemetery: nw, ne, sw, and se quarters. Within EACH quarter

there is another middle point. Fix THAT point in your mind.

Now, every grave can be located. Which quarter of a quarter

is it in? Which quarter of the cemetery is that in?

THESE POST/UNIT MEMBERS ARE DECEASED BUT BURIAL PLACE IS NOT KNOWN:

Arnold, Ray WW1 p []

Ashby, Bryan D. WW1 p []

Bedell, Doris (Griffey) Christy WW1 u [] Dec 28 1902-

Wife of Christy, Joseph D.

Bowyer, Jessie Harold WW2 p [] Jan 17 1920-

Carter, Dr. Howard R. WW2 p [] Jul 11 1914-

Caselman, Marilyn (Wiles) WW1 u [] 1931-Apr 25 1993

Daughter of Wiles, John Ralph

Crookshanks, Floyd WW2 p []

Darnold, Alfred Nordstrom WW1 p []

Day, Homer Stanley WW1 p [] Feb 22 1890-Sep 1 1978

Dewitt, John WW2 p []

Eaton, William Art WW1 p []

Forbes, David S. WW2 p []

Furgeson, Howard Vasco WW1 p []

Green, Harold Keith WW2 p [] -May 1993

Grice, Charles Lee WW1 p [] Nov 14 1891-

Grindstaff, Henry William WW1 p []

Henry, Thomas S. WW1 p []

Jones, Francis Earl WW2 p []

King, Floyd WW1 p []

Ludwig, Juanita (Marlow) KOREA u []

Wife of Ludwig, Wayne G.

McQuown, James W. WW2 p []

McConnell, Dean O. WW2 p [] Dec 31 1923-

Meacham, C. C. WW2 p [] -1970

Neely, Carl C. (Chester?) WW1 p []

Quigley, Eugene Lyle WW2 p [] Nov 22 1917-Mar 31 1993

Rinehart, Nelson E. WW2 p []

Rukavina, Joe J. WW2 p []

Sanders, Emmett C. WW1 p []

Stufflebean, Elmer Isaac WW1 p []

Turner, John Paul WW1 p []

Walthal, Rev. W. V. WW1 p []

West, John R. Jr. WW2 p []

Williams, Clarence Ray WW2 p [] Oct 5 1918-

Williams, Edward "Eddie" S. WW1 p []

Williams, Edward Fleming WW2 p []

CEMETERY : BAKER - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 19, Section 24, NE Quarter

Baker, Darrell Dewain WW2 v [nw/ne m ] Baker Jan 9 1927-Apr 6 1982

Baker, Sam CIVIL WAR v [old fenced] Baker

Beller, Willie D. WW1 v [nw/sw c ] Baker Jul 21 1894-Dec 1 1917

Beller, Vel CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Buell, Herbert C. KOREA v [nw/ne ml ] Baker Dec 6 1932-Apr 9 1991

Carmack, Allen ? v [ ] Baker

Carmack, Emanuel CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Carmack, James CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Carmack, Lee WW1 v [ ] Baker

Carmack, Leander WW1 p [se/sw m ] Baker Sep 13 1895-May 27 1972

Caswell, John WW1 v [no stone ] Baker 1882-1961

Claypool, William ? v [ ] Baker Oct 12 1940-May 11 1992

Coffman, Jacob CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Coffman, Willie Lee WW2 p [nw/ne ml ] Baker Jul 25 1918-Apr 17 1984

Dover, M.S. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Edwards, Solomon CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Fanning, James Francis WW1 p [sw/sw m ] Baker Aug 23 1888-Aug 20 1955

Fanning, Willie WW1 p [ ] Baker

Gorman, Edward CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Hale, Calvin W. WW2 v [se/ne m ] Baker Sep 1 1923-Apr 26 1989

Hale, Joshua CIVIL WAR v [se/sw c ] Baker Mar 14 1844-Jan 16 1928

Hall, Ray Keith WW2 v [sw/sw m ] Baker Nov 17 1920-Oct 20 1977

Hampton, Leonard Woodrow WW2 p [se/ne c ] Baker Feb 16 1913-Nov 27 1963

Hanson, Louis WW1 v [ ] Baker

Hill, George CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Lay, Nathan CIVIL WAR v [ ] Baker

Lessly, Claude W. WW2 v [ ] Baker Feb 15 1928-Jul 19 1989

Linhart, Nelson KOREA v [ ] Baker

McCollum, Kermit WW1 v [ ] Baker

Miller, Tommy KOREA v [ ] Baker Apr 22 1937-1971

Morris, Ralph W. WW1 p [se/sw c ] Baker Aug 29 1895-Dec 26 1975

Morris, Alva WW1 p [nw/sw c ] Baker Oct 12 1888-Dec 27 1951

Peavler, Clyde WW2 v [ ] Baker

Riddle, Harold Lloyd KOREA v [ne/ne m ] Baker Aug 1 1931-Nov 16 1987

Straley, Elba LeRoy WW1 WW2 p [ne/sw m ] Baker Mar 1 1897-Apr 18 1966

Straley, Gail Eugene ? v [ ] Baker

Straley, Nova WW1 v [ ] Baker

Straley, Nova Marvin WW2 v [se/ne ml ] Baker Jul 26 1914-Feb 22 1965

Thompson, Herbert A. WW1 p [nw/ne c ] Baker Jan 20 1895-Jun 3 1974

CEMETERY : BEAR BRANCH - LINN CO.

Township 59, Range 19, Section 16, NW Quarter

Boyles, Herbert Amos WW2 p [se/se cl ] Bear Branch Mar 26 1916-Sep 1 1970

Boyles, Agnes Vincintia (Mattes) WW2 u [se/se ca ] Bear Branch Jan 12 1881-Nov 29 1952

Mother of Boyles, Nolan Francis

Boyles, Robert v [ ] Bear Branch

Buswell, John M. WW1 v [ne/se cl ] Bear Branch Jan 9 1895-Apr 5 1923

Clanton, T. H. CIVIL WAR v [ne/sw c ] Bear Branch Jun 10 1833-Jul 30 1891

Cornwell, George M. WW1 p [ne/se c ] Bear Branch 1890-1945

Lambert, Nile R. WW2 v [ne/ne m ] Bear Branch Dec 13 1914-Apr 10 1992

Ogle, Orville Carl WW2 v [nw/ne m ] Bear Branch Nov 20 1917-Oct 7 1967

Palmer, John William WW1 p [se/ne c ] Bear Branch Apr 2 1895-Jun 25 1988

Rulon, Junior Alexander KOREA v [ne/ne m ] Bear Branch Mar 19 1929-Feb 11 1990

Simpson, Nile S. WW2 v [se/se m ] Bear Branch Nov 27 1914-Feb 18 1972

CEMETERY : DRY RIDGE (MUNDELL) - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 21, Section 13, SW Quarter

Moore, Henry C. CIVIL WAR v [ne/ne c ] Dry Ridge Jun 26 1844-Apr 30 1914

Mundell, George Thomas WW1 k [nw/nw cl ] Dry Ridge Aug 15 1890-Oct 5 1918

Stone, Benjamin Franklin CIVIL WAR v [ne/ne c ] Dry Ridge Sep 2 1822-Sep 2 1908

Stone, David Benjamin CIVIL WAR v [se/se c ] Dry Ridge Aug 24 1843-Sep 25 1923

CEMETERY : ENTERPRISE - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 20, Section 13, NW Quarter

Cassity, Earl E. WW2 p [se/se m ] Enterprise 1921-1980

Dickinson, Harvey CIVIL WAR v [ ] Enterprise

Harris, Doris (Crist) Hanman WW2 u [nw/se a ] Enterprise 1911-1980

Wife of Harris, Jacob O.

Linhart, Grace (Baker) WW2 u [ ] Enterprise Jan 6 1893-

Mother of Linhart, Vernon W

Linhart, Vernon W. WW2 p [sw/se ml ] Enterprise Jan 7 1920-Mar 5 1954

VanWye, Dr. Charles CIVIL WAR v [sw/ne c ] Enterprise 1841-1912

White, Charles CIVIL WAR v [ ] Enterprise

CEMETERY : GOOCH - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 20, Section 31, SE Quarter

Gooch, James Washington CIVIL WAR v [se/sw c ] Gooch Nov 23 1844-May 21 1926

Gooch, Thomas H. CIVIL WAR v [se/se c ] Gooch May 15 1844-May 2 1898

Gooch, Thomas S. CIVIL WAR v [se/sw c ] Gooch May 3 1810-Jul 31 1873

Gooch, Thomas Shelton CIVIL WAR v [nw/ne c ] Gooch -Sep 10 1884

Gooch, William Henry Clay CIVIL WAR v [nw/ne m ] Gooch Oct 2 1839-Jun 12 1937

CEMETERY : GRANTSVILLE - LINN CO.

Township 59, Range 20, Section 11, SW Quarter

Bagley, Ross Thomas WW2 p [sw/se m ] Grantsville 1922-1977

Billings, Ernest Price WW2 v [sw/se m ] Grantsville Mar 1 1923-Jan 30 1982

Westgate, George W. CIVIL WAR v [ne/ne c ] Grantsville 1841-1933

Wiley, George A. WW1 v [nw/se m ] Grantsville May 21 1892-Nov 23 1962

Yagel), Lesley Mae WW1 u [ne/se a ] Grantsville Jul 1902-

Sister of Yagel, Charlie

CEMETERY : HASEVILLE - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 22, Section 13, NW Quarter

Browning, James C. WW2 p [sw/ne c ] Haseville 1908-1964

Crump, William Err WW1 p [nw/nw mww1] Haseville Mar 13 1897-Dec 18 1977

Dennis, James J. KOREA v [ne/ne m ] Haseville Jan 9 1932-Dec 3 1974

Jerome, Gail Thomas KOREA v [ne/ne m ] Haseville Oct 12 1932-Mar 8 1973

Long, Richard G. WW2? v [ne/se m ] Haseville May 30 1906-May 31-1975

Martin, W.H. CIVIL WAR v [nw/nw m ] Haseville

McMichael(McMickle), Linden WW1 v [ne/ne ml ] Haseville -Mar 19 1931 age 34

McMickle, Harry F. WW2 v [ne/se m ] Haseville Feb 8 1919-Dec 31 1984

Owings, Carl Clifton WW2 KOREA v [se/se m ] Haseville Aug 1 1926-May 1 1972

Rottman, Carl A. WW2 v [sw/sw m ] Haseville Aug 26 1911-Aug 26 1989

Tromerhouser, Harry Ray WW1 v [se/ne m ] Haseville Nov 3 1896-Jul 16 1979

Wood, James R. WW1 v [se/ne m ] Haseville Sep 24 1886-Dec 11 1950

CEMETERY : HENRY - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 62, Range 21, Section 31, SW Quarter

Barton, Shuble CIVIL WAR v [nw/ne m ] Henry

Bray, William CIVIL WAR v [nw/ne m ] Henry Aug 13 1883- age 51

Cooper, George H. KOREA ? v [ne/nw m ] Henry Oct 26 1928-Dec 1 1989

Crump, Larry James VIETNAM v [nw/nw ml ] Henry Mar 15 1948-Nov 4 1969

Crump, Otis "Ottie" Glenn WW1 p [nw/nw ml ] Henry Mar 16 1896-Dec 16 1975

Eastman, Andrew F. WW1 p [se/se m ] Henry Jan 17 1895-Sep 19 1978

Ford, Samuel R. WW1 v [nw/sw m ] Henry -Oct 23 1932

Gramling, Carl Edwin WW2 v [se/se m ] Henry Jul 28 1917-Sep 29 1962

Grindstaff, Ora W. KOREA v [nw/ne m ] Henry Jul 18 1933-Aug 8 1984

Grindstaff, Vernon H. KOREA v [nw/nw m ] Henry Nov 30 1931-Nov 8 1991

Helms, Jos. CIVIL WAR v [nw/se m ] Henry

Henderson, John E. WW1 v [ne/nw ml ] Henry Mar 5 1892-Oct 4 1966

Lovell, Roy H. WW1 v [sw/ne ml ] Henry Jul 2 1889-Jan 10 1969

Lovell, Vernon N. WW2 v [sw/ne m ] Henry 1922-1987

McClaren, Allen WW1 p [nw/nw mww1] Henry Aug 31 1893-Oct 21 1961

McClaren, Grover W. WW1 p [se/se ml ] Henry Jul 31 1890-Oct 14 1973

McClaren, Earl E. WW2 v [se/se c ] Henry 1911-1946

Meeks, Melvin F. WW2 v [nw/nw mww2] Henry Aug 27 1924-Nov 27 1943

Pendleton, John CIVIL WAR v [sw/sw m ] Henry -Jun 1920 age 92

Shipley, Leonard M. or T. WW1 p [sw/nw m ] Henry Jul 4 1891-Dec 2 1964

Shipley, Alvin R. WW1 k [sw/nw c ] Henry Apr 5 1895-Oct 17 1918

Smith, Leonard C. WW1 v [ne/sw c ] Henry Sep 22 1896-Mar 9 1921

Watson, Raymond K. KOREA v [ne/nw m ] Henry Jun 9 1931-Mar 25 1972

Williams, Eddie Guy WW1 v [se/nw mww1] Henry Apr 26 1896-Jul 7 1960

Williams, Billie Max WW2 v [se/nw ml ] Henry Feb 13 1924-Mar 29 1979

Wolfe, Johnathan CIVIL WAR v [se/nw c ] Henry 1848-1928

Wright, W. H. CIVIL WAR v [nw/se m ] Henry aged 42

CEMETERY : HOOVER - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 20, Section 30, SE Quarter

Bailey, Henry Clay CIVIL WAR v [nw/sw c ] Hoover Sep 3 1844-Feb 8 1930

Baley, John M. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Hoover?

Brassfield, James CIVIL WAR v [ne/se c ] Hoover Sep 25 1844-Oct 28 1937

Carter, Sidney M. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Hoover Feb 1835-Apr 7 1908

Creason, James CIVIL WAR v [nw/ne c ] Hoover May 22 1833-Mar 13 1903

Dowdy, Evert Jonathan WW2 p [ne/nw m ] Hoover Aug 9 1911-Jan 25 1972

Fuller, Charles L. WW1 v [nw/ne m ] Hoover Sep 29 1883-Apr 11 1967

Fuller, Gatun CIVIL WAR v [ ] Hoover

Hines, John Henry WW1 p [se/sw m ] Hoover Mar 24 1888-Aug 23 1954

Hollon, Raymond Evert WW1 p [se/sw c ] Hoover Dec 16 1890-Oct 10 1950

Hollon, Goldie (Hunsaker) WW1 u [se/sw ] Hoover Mar 2 1897-Mar 10 1977

Wife of Hollon, Raymond Evert

Lenhart, Adam Ross CIVIL WAR v [ ] Hoover Apr 4 1833-Apr 9 1918

Miller, George Dewey WW2 p [ne/ne m ] Hoover Oct 16 1899-Jan 13 1956

Neely, Alva Oren WW1 k [sw/se m ] Hoover Sep 18 1891-Oct 10 1918

Neely, Loyd M. WW1 p [sw/se mv ] Hoover Aug 17 1899-Jul 27 1954

Peters, Charles F. WW1 k [ ] Hoover Feb 26 1892-Jul 18 1918

Sides, James Levi WW1 p [nw/ne c ] Hoover Feb 14 1886-Dec 11 1963

Thurlo, Arthor Gale WW1 p [nw/sw ml ] Hoover Apr 2 1897-Jun 26 1977

Thurlo, Eugene Alson WW2 p [nw/sw ml ] Hoover Jan 19 1923-Nov 10 1961

Thurlo, Richard A. "Rat" WW2 p [ne/ne m ] Hoover Jun 6 1908-Jan 26 1983

Thurlo, Richard Allison WW1 p [nw/sw c ] Hoover Mar 23 1899-Nov 20 1962

Thurlo, Pearle May (Hoselton) WW1 u [nw/sw a ] Hoover Oct 26 1901-Jun 12 1980

Wife of Thurlo, Arthur Gale

Thurlo, Patricia Lee (Gooch) WW2 u [nw/sw ] Hoover Feb 12 1923-Jan 1 1990

Wife of Thurlo, Eugene Alson

Watson, Benford Allen KOREA p [sw/nw ml ] Hoover Apr 12 1925-May 3 1981

Watson, William Austin WW1 p [nw/nw ml ] Hoover Aug 30 1886-Jun 9 1968

Watson, Susie (Perkins) Belcher WW1 u [nw/nw ] Hoover Mar 14 1898-Jul 16 1993

Wife of Watson, William Austin

CEMETERY : JENKINS - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 20, Section 17, SE Quarter

Atkins, Mildred (Filson) WW2 u [ne/ne a ] Jenkins Jun 9 1911-1978

Wife of Atkins, Ovid Van "Rusty"

Bailey, Ben R. WW2 v [se/nw m ] Jenkins Jun 30 1914-Jul 16 1985

Bundies, Rex WW2 v [nw/ne ml ] Jenkins Jan 27 1925-Apr 19 1947

Carter, John Benjamin WW1 p [ne/se c ] Jenkins Aug 5 1892-Sep 6 1963

Carter, Fern D. WW1 p [ne/ne m ] Jenkins Sep 19 1895-Apr 12 1971

Christy, Joseph D. WW1 p [ne/nw mww1] Jenkins Feb 22 1896-Feb 3 1971

Christy, Joseph B. CIVIL WAR v [ne/nw c ] Jenkins Mar 5 1843-Dec 21 1914

Cotter, Andrew Jackson CIVIL WAR v [nw/nw c ] Jenkins Mar 31 1842-Oct 31 1920

Drake, Carl C. WW2 p [ne/sw m ] Jenkins Jul 20 1910-1979

Drake, Harvie Hazlet WW1 p [se/nw m ] Jenkins Nov 24 1892-Dec 19 1953

Drake, Ivah (Creason) WW1 u [se/nw ] Jenkins Dec 14 1890-Mar 18 1969

Wife of Drake, Harvey H.

Duncan, Dr. Everett Ray WW1 p [ne/sw m ] Jenkins May 17 1890-May 12 1952

Dunlap, Isaac CIVIL WAR v [sw/se c ] Jenkins May 27 1846-Jun 18 1932

Elliott, Loren Roger WW1 p [se/sw c ] Jenkins Nov 26 1896-Apr 3 1969

Fields, Wayne Banion WW1 p [ne/nw c ] Jenkins Oct 2 1895-Mar 22 1932

Finney, Joe Marlin ? v [ /nw c ] Jenkins Jun 17 1968-Aug 20 1989

Garrett, Mervyn D. WW2 v [ne/ne m ] Jenkins Feb 12 1913-Jun 8 1987

Gooch, Charles Wayne WW1 p [ne/se m ] Jenkins Apr 20 1891-Jun 23 1964

Gooch, Mabyn (Best) WW1 u [ne/se a ] Jenkins Jul 11 1892-Mar 19 1978

Wife of Gooch, Charles Wayne

Grice, Neva Arline (Taylor) WW1 u [ne/nw ] Jenkins Aug 27 1898-1991

Mother of Grice, Wallace

Haley, Daniel Leroy VIETNAM p [se/sw cl ] Jenkins Apr 3 1948-Jul 25 1986

Haley, Daniel CIVIL WAR v [se/ne c ] Jenkins Dec 11 1844-May 31 1921

Haley, Roy Junior WW2 p [se/sw cl ] Jenkins Oct 5 1919-Jan 18 1986

Harris, Jacob C. or O. WW2 p [se/sw c ] Jenkins Jan 18 1908-Jun 25 1989

Harvey, Beverly Jay WW1 p [nw/ne ml ] Jenkins Dec 12 1895-Mar 31 1967

Hatch, Francis E. WW2 v [se/se m ] Jenkins Sep 22 1915-Oct 23 1987

Hollon, Paul E. KOREA ? v [se/se m ] Jenkins 1934-1992

Ingram, Dr. William Casey WW1 p [sw/se c ] Jenkins 1863-1937

Johnson, James Donald WW2 k [sw/se c ] Jenkins Jul 4 1919-Sep 19 1942

Jones, Donald Wampler WW2 v [ ] Jenkins Jul 30 1913-Dec 31 1988

Jones, Henry Clay WW2 Korea v [se/sw m ] Jenkins Oct 10 1912-Aug 25 1969

Jones, John T. CIVIL WAR v [nw/nw m ] Jenkins

Kille, Harold Eugene WW2 k [se/sw c ] Jenkins Dec 8 1919-Feb 27 1945

McCormick, Chester Lantz WW1 p [ne/ne c ] Jenkins Dec 23 1895-1982

McCormick, Flora Mae (Christy) WW1 u [ne/ne ] Jenkins Aug 24 1901-1972

Wife of McCormick, Chester Lantz

Myers, Everett Francis WW1 p [nw/ne m ] Jenkins Oct 31 1893-Jan 14 1936

Peterson, Aaron Dyle WW1 p [ne/se ml ] Jenkins Feb 17 1892-Jul 27 1985

Peterson, Hazel (Russell) WW1 u [ne/se a ] Jenkins Feb 24 1898-Jun 26 1946

Wife of Peterson, Aaron Dyle

Peterson, Hazel (Chenoweth) Wiles WW1 u [ne/se a ] Jenkins Apr 13 1906-Aug 22 1991

Wife of Peterson, Aaron Dyle

Rinehart, Charles Arthur WW2 p [se/se c ] Jenkins Jan 30 1910-Oct 24 1980

Rinehart, Ima P. (Elliott) ? u [se/se c ] Jenkins Jun 10 1919-Apr 20 1983

Wife of Rinehart, Arthur A.

Russell, John Inyard CIVIL WAR v [ne/se c ] Jenkins Mar 20 1839-Aug 14 1922

Spencer, Willard H. CIVIL WAR v [ne/nw c ] Jenkins Aug 6 1848-Sep 9 1927

Taylor, George A. WW1 p [se/se cl ] Jenkins May 12 1897-Jan 26 1972

Taylor, Nina Grace (Vincent) WW1 u [se/se ] Jenkins Jul 10 1900-Feb 23 1993

Wife of Taylor, George A.

Whaley, Alfred Byron WW1 p [nw/ne ml ] Jenkins Jun 24 1896-Jun 8 1970

Whaley, Georgia A. (Knifong) WW1 u [nw/ne a ] Jenkins Feb 16 1896-Jan 10 1973

Wife of Whaley, Alfred Byron

Williams, Lilah (Fleming) WW2 u [ne/sw ] Jenkins Jan 19 1890-1968

Mother of Williams, Edward Fleming

Woodward, Joseph Wyan WW2 p [nw/nw m ] Jenkins Nov 19 1919-Apr 30 1991

Woodward, Iola Fern W. (Nickell) WW2 u [nw/nw ] Jenkins Jul 3 1897-Jan 3 1981

Mother of Woodward, Joseph Wyan

CEMETERY : KNIFONG - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 20, Section 36, NE of NE Quarter

Arnold, Elizabeth (Gandy) WW1 u [ ] Knifong? Jul 28 1862-

Mother of Arnold, Joseph Lewis

Bauswell, Estie Lloyd WW1 v [nw/ne c ] Knifong Oct 19 1896-Sep 9 1931

Brinkley, John M. WW2 p [ne/sw ml ] Knifong Dec 13 1918-Apr 5 1961

Burditt, Wayne WW1 v [sw/sw ml ] Knifong Jul 4 1896-Apr 17 1966

Crowdis, Jefferson Duane WW2 p [sw/sw cl ] Knifong Oct 15 1921-Dec 5 1989

Dell, James L. KOREA v [nw/se m ] Knifong Nov 13 1932-Nov 20 1980

Dixon, Bobbie Laverne WW2 v [nw/nw m ] Knifong Apr 16 1926-Jan 4 1949

Dodson, William CIVIL WAR v [ ] Knifong 1847-1935

Elliott, Orville M. WW1 p [se/se m ] Knifong Nov 1 1892-Aug 26 1981

Elliott, Harold Byron WW2 p [se/se mc ] Knifong Dec 6 1923-Sep 27 1992

Elliott, Olga (Havens) WW1 u [se/se ] Knifong Apr 21 1896-Jan 17 1988

Wife of Elliott, Orville M.

Gillespie, Donald Robert KOREA v [sw/ne m ] Knifong Apr 18 1930-Sep 11 1979

Gooch, John Thomas CIVIL WAR v [sw/nw m ] Knifong Jan 1 1835-Dec 26 1919

Gray, Emery Emmett WW1 p [sw/se ml ] Knifong Jan 10 1896-Feb 9 1949

Gray, Myrtie M. (Stephenson) WW1 u [sw/se a ] Knifong Jun 22 1903-Dec 9 1981

Wife of Gray, Emery Emmett

Hanson, George C. WW2 p [se/nw ml ] Knifong Oct 14 1922-Nov 12 1950

Harris, Charles Martin CIVIL WAR v [ ] Knifong Feb 11 1831-Jan 10 1920

Havens, Andrew "Tim" WW1 p [sw/sw m ] Knifong Aug 24 1891-Jul 24 1966

Havens, Earnest Leon WW1 p [ne/nw mww1] Knifong Mar 27 1888-Sep 27 1950

Havens, Mabel Ellen (Lee) WW1 u [sw/sw a ] Knifong Mar 29 1900-Mar 3 1940

Wife of Havens, Andrew Thomas? "Tim"

Havens, Hiram D. WW1 v [sw/sw m ] Knifong Dec 12 1888-June 16 1950

Knifong, Kenneth Rollo WW1 p [sw/se c ] Knifong Mar 12 1897-Mar 5 1984

Lauck, Thomas Henry CIVIL WAR v [sw/sw c ] Knifong Mar 4 1844-May 7 1926

Long, Lewis CIVIL WAR v [ ] Knifong 1839-1929

Mairs, Irene (Coffman) WW1 u [sw/nw a ] Knifong Oct 31 1895-Mar 26 or 28 1962

Wife of Mairs, Van Curtis

Mairs, Joseph W. CIVIL WAR v [sw/nw c ] Knifong Apr 6 1847-May 10 1916

Mairs, Van Curtis WW1 p [sw/nw cww1] Knifong May 19 1893-Jul 22 1964

Mendenhall, Herbert M. "Mandy" WW2 p [ne/se mcl ] Knifong Jun 21 1925-Dec 22 1992

Myers, Claude H. WW1 k [nw/sw ml ] Knifong Jan 14 1894-June 9, 1918

Myers, Mary (Hoskins) WW1 u [ ] Knifong Aug 28 1876-Oct 28 1942

Mother of Myers, Claude H.

Palmer, Earl Marion WW1 p [nw/sw cl ] Knifong Dec 1 1891-May 14 1949

Pipes, James Preston CIVIL WAR v [sw/sw c ] Knifong Jul 15 1844-Aug 21 1928

Sargent, Clarence A. WW1 p [nw/ne c ] Knifong Jan 3 1895-Mar 26 1965

Sargent, William Melvin KOREA v [nw/ne m ] Knifong June 25 1931-Sep 27 1987

Seaman, Albert WW1 v [ ] Knifong 1887-1965

Seaman, George W. WW1 v [sw/sw m ] Knifong -Nov 19, 1919

Thurman, Harrison WW1 v [ ] Knifong 1891-1955

CEMETERY : LOCUST VALLEY - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 21, Section 34, SE Quarter

Jennings, James Curtis WW2 p [se/nw m ] Locust Valley Oct 18 1919-Dec 24 1957

Lambert, Herald A. WW2 p [nw/ne ml ] Locust Valley Sep 12 1907-Sep 26 1981

Lambert, Eva Julianne (Riddle) WW2 u [sw/ne a ] Locust Valley Oct 31 1908-Dec 31 1985

Wife of Lambert, Herald A.

Lane, Fred James WW1 p [se/se m ] Locust Valley 1899-1979

Lay, Bertha Alice (Kirby) WW2 u [se/ne ] Locust Valley 1908-1984

Wife of Lay, Cecil M.

CEMETERY : MT. OLIVE - LINN CO.

Township 59, Range 21, Section 6, SE Quarter

Borland, William A. CIVIL WAR v [nw/se c ] Mt. Olive Oct 4 1844-Apr 23 1919

Bowyer, Spencer Rubert WW1 p [ ] Mt. Olive

Browning, Earnest O. WW2 v [ne/ne m ] Mt. Olive Jan 25 1913-Jun 8 1985

Cooper, George W. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Mt. Olive

Edmundson, Billy Joe WW2 k [ ] Mt. Olive Nov 12 1923-Apr 18 1943

Engleman, Robert C. WW1 v [nw/nw m ] Mt. Olive Jul 29 1889-Jul 5 1964

Gooch, D. Jenkins Dr. CIVIL WAR v [se/sw c ] Mt. Olive Sep 7 1841-Oct 13 1921

Gooch, Gerald Dean KOREA ? k [se/sw m ] Mt. Olive Aug 27 1928-Oct 10 1961

Gooch, Warren WW1 p [se/sw c ] Mt. Olive 1890-1971

Grice, Adlai WW1 v [se/ne c ] Mt. Olive Nov 8 1891-Oct 6 1918

Grice, Wallace WW1 p [se/ne m ] Mt. Olive Jul 23 1886-Apr 6 1972

Harvey, John B. WW2 v [sw/se m ] Mt. Olive Mar 3 1918-May 14 1945

Harvey, Robert Lee WW2 v [nw/se m ] Mt. Olive 1916-1978

Hayes, John T. CIVIL WAR v [se/se c ] Mt. Olive Aug 15 1835-May 31 1919

Johnson, Kenneth R. WW2 p [sw/se m ] Mt. Olive Jan 25 1910-Mar 4 1954

Molloy, Bryan M. WW1 p [se/se c ] Mt. Olive Apr 19 1896-1983

Molloy, Mary (Hays) WW1 u [se/se ca ] Mt. Olive Sep 7 1875-1964

Mother of Molloy, Mack

Molloy, Cecil A. WW1 v [se/se m ] Mt. Olive -Apr 21 1917

Moore, Earl Dean WW1 p [sw/se c ] Mt. Olive Feb 11 1896-Oct 8 1962

Murrell, Kenneth R. WW2 v [nw/se m ] Mt. Olive Apr 3 1920-Feb 4 or 8 1970

Norvell, Roscoe F. v [nw/se cl ] Mt. Olive Apr 29 1899-Aug 8 1977

Sayre, Herbert Alva WW2 p [ ] Mt. Olive Dec 7 1911-Oct 21 1968

Vencill, Van Ventress WW2 p [se/se c ] Mt. Olive Dec 3 1909-Jul 27 1991

CEMETERY : MT. ZION - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 19, Section 4, SE Quarter

Britton, Thomas Benjamin CIVIL WAR v [se/sw c ] Mt. Zion Sep 25 1836-Mar 8 1922

Britton, Donald Lee WW2 k [se/sw m ] Mt. Zion Mar 15 1923-May 11 1945

Brown, Byron B. WW2 v [se/ne m ] Mt. Zion Mar 9 1909-Nov 6 1990

Elliott, John L. WW2 v [ne/sw m ] Mt. Zion Aug 5 1915-May 6 1991

Erickson, Vernon Edward WW2 p [sw/sw m ] Mt. Zion Feb 12 1917-Feb 23 1989

Hawkins, William M. CIVIL WAR v [sw/ne c ] Mt. Zion Sep 17 1838-Jul 4 1918

Henson, Nellie (Taylor) Kibble Shelburne u [se/se a ] Mt. Zion Oct 18 1893-Feb 10 1987

Mother of ?, ?

Jacobs, Eugene Reece v [se/sw m ] Mt. Zion May 7 1929-Jun 1 1956

Jacobs, Eldon Lee WW2 v [sw/sw m ] Mt. Zion Dec 29 1925-Aug 13 1982

Jones, Florence L. [se/se a ] Mt. Zion 1916-1967

Jones, Ralph H. WW2 v [se/se m ] Mt. Zion 1898-1976

Kibble, Emerson Lynn WW2 v [se/se c ] Mt. Zion Jun 6 1927-Jan 10 1982

Magney, Eugene Xazier v [sw/sw ml ] Mt. Zion Jun 7 1946-Apr 21 1975

Moore, Austin CIVIL WAR v [sw/ne c ] Mt. Zion Nov 19 1839-Dec 13 1922

Morris, Elmer E. WW1 k [sw/ne c ] Mt. Zion Jul 26 1896-Oct 18 1918

Newton, Willard Alvin WW2 k [ne/sw m ] Mt. Zion Oct 19 1918-Mar 1 1942

Opel, John N. CIVIL WAR v [se/ne c ] Mt. Zion Jul 30 1843-Feb 1925

NOTE: JOHN OPEL WAS AWARDED THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR

Page, Earlin Wilson WW2 v [se/se m ] Mt. Zion Sep 24 1915-Jul 8 1980

Sevier, Ralph W. WW1 p [sw/sw cl ] Mt. Zion Dec 25 1890-Jul 30 1985 or Dec 31 1984

Sevier, Mertie Mae (Lawrence) WW1 u [sw/sw ] Mt. Zion Jul 18 1892-

Wife of Sevier, Ralph W.

Taylor, Elba WW2 v [se/se m ] Mt. Zion Oct 9 1905-May 19 1985

Taylor, Faye E. [se/se a ] Mt. Zion Apr 24 1903-Jul 5 1968

CEMETERY : N. SALEM - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 19, Section 11, NW Quarter

Baker, James S. Jr. CIVIL WAR v [se/se c ] N. Salem Mar 28 1842-Apr 1 1926

Belzer, Jack Marlin VIETNAM p [sw/sw cl ] N. Salem Nov 15 1946-Dec 7 1989

Clark, Dath F. WW1 v [se/sw m ] N. Salem Jul 30 1880-Mar 2 1951

Clark, Nelson L. WW2 v [se/sw m ] N. Salem May 25 1920-Jul 4 1949

Coffman, Herman B. WW1 v [se/nw m ] N. Salem Jun 18 1896-May 6 1963

Cordray, Ellis Francis WW2 p [se/se mcl ] N. Salem Nov 5 1920-Jul 19 1992

Cordray, Kenneth E. WW2 k [se/se c ] N. Salem Mar 13 1926-Mar 29 1946

Gooch, Harry L. WW2 p [se/se cl ] N. Salem Nov 21 1926-Oct 17 1971

Hannon, Charles D. CIVIL WAR v [ ] N. Salem Apr 23 1832-Jun 29 1906

Head, Betty Jo (Deskins) WW2 u [se/se ] N. Salem Jul 8 1928-Jun 18 1992

Wife of Head, Bobby Duane

Head, Elden Allen WW2 p [ne/ne c ] N. Salem Nov 16 1917-Oct 6 1992

Head, Harvey L. WW2 v [ne/se m ] N. Salem Nov 16 1898-Sep 17 1973

Jaynes, John CIVIL WAR v [ne/nw c ] N. Salem Jan 8 1843-Sep 10 1922

Lambert, Mary (Burton) Lambert Hooker WW2 u [ne/ne ] N. Salem Jul 26 1872-Jun 14 1947

Mother of Lambert, Herald A.

Linhart, Walter T. WW1 p [nw/nw m ] N. Salem Oct 10 1887-Dec 22 1960

McCollum, Herman Leroy KOREA v [se/se c ] N. Salem Mar 21 1931-Jun 17 1953

Peavler, Bobby Lee KOREA v [se/se m ] N. Salem Apr 9 1933-Aug 20 1986

Peavler, Herman A. KOREA k [se/se c ] N. Salem Mar 19 1929-Jan 20 1950

Riddle, Oral Eldon WW2 p [se/se mvfw] N. Salem Feb 25 1922-Jul 20 1982

Rulon, Benjamin Franklin CIVIL WAR v [sw/ne c ] N. Salem 1845-Apr 1 1923

Smith, Arlo C. WW2 v [se/se m ] N. Salem Nov 5 1914-Feb 18 1990

Smith, Benjamin F. CIVIL WAR v [ne/se c ] N. Salem Jan 12 1843-Aug 15 1915

Smith, Charley Melvin WW2 p [se/se ml ] N. Salem Apr 28 1908-Sep 25 1980

Smith, George W. CIVIL WAR v [ne/se ] N. Salem May 2 1845-Jan 1 1927

Smith, Laveda Ruth (York) WW2 u [se/se ] N. Salem Aug 31 1924-Jul 14 1991

Wife of Smith, Charley Melvin

Snell, Charles H. WW1 k [se/ne c ] N. Salem Mar 3 1891-Oct 11 1918

Thomas, Forrest Leonard WW1 p [ne/nw m ] N. Salem Apr 6 1884-Aug 6 1955

Thomas, Maple (Moore) WW1 u [ne/nw ] N. Salem Oct 20 1895-Dec 11 1976

Wife of Thomas, Forrest L.

Wyatt, Elijah Moore WW1 p [nw/nw m ] N. Salem Apr 7 1890-Dec 9 1970

CEMETERY : PEAVLER - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 19, Section 14, NE Quarter

Bull, William D. WW1 p [sw/sw m ] Peavler Jul 12 1890-Oct 16 1963

CEMETERY : PRICE - LINN CO.

Township 60, Range 18, Section 15, NW Quarter

Abbot, Clyde WW2 v [ ] Price

Abbott, Harold Hubbard WW1 p [se/ne cl ] Price Mar 10 1896-Jan 18 1986

Abbott, Goldie Mae (Foss) WW1 u [se/ne a ] Price Aug 4 1899-Apr 13 1971

Wife of Abbott, Harold H.

Adair, Denise Ware ? v [nw/nw m ] Price Apr 20 1958-May 4 1990

Bailey, Vernie L. WW1 v [ne/nw m ] Price Jan 30 1890-Dec 28 1983

Bailey, Charles N. WW1 v [ne/nw m ] Price Nov 15 1894-Oct 17 1970

Bailey, Phillip Wise WW1 v [se/se m ] Price Sep 27 1897-Dec 1 1982

Bailey, William ? v [ ] Price

Baker, Irvin L. WW2 v [ne/nw m ] Price Apr 28 1922-Oct 27 1975

Baker, Seebert WW2 v [ ] Price Dec 13 1916-Jul 12 1988

Ballard, Tom WW2 v [ ] Price

Belzer, Clyde Kermit WW2 p [se/se m ] Price Jan 10 1912-Apr 12 1977

Borron, Clifford A. WW2 v [se/ne m ] Price Jul 29 1920-Aug 24 1944

Carter, Oral ? v [ ] Price

Carter, Verl ? v [ ] Price

Clapp, J. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Price

Cleeton, Herman W. WW2 v [se/nw m ] Price Jul 9 1915-Sep 7 1953

Coram, Leonard Guy WW2 p [ ] Price

Crist, George WAR OF 1812 v [ne/nw m ] Price 1788-1873

Fanning, Buel Duane WW2 p [ ] Price Sep 12 1925-Jun 21 1982

Hardinger, Jacob CIVIL WAR v [ ] Price

Hill, Artie WW2 v [ ] Price

Hill, Ted R. WW2 v [se/se m ] Price Apr 2 1906-Jun 3 1963

Hoselton, Lowell L. ? v [nw/ne m ] Price Nov 30 1927-Jan 27 1967

Hoselton, Thomas CIVIL WAR v [ ] Price

McCollum, Gail B. WW2 p [ ] Price Jul 2 1906-Feb 12 1981

McConnell, Henry E. WW1 v [ne/nw m ] Price Dec 5 1893-Sep 4 1959

Milburn, John WW1 v [ ] Price

Mills, Ronnie Eugene ? v [ne/nw m ] Price Jun 24 1954-Jun 22 1976

Moffitt, Katheryn Elizabeth WW2 v [ne/ne cl ] Price Aug 7 1917-Nov 24 1949

Moffitt, Warren WW2 v [ ] Price

Morris, Ollie P. WW1 p [ne/nw c ] Price 1890-Jan 8 1955

Morris, Ronald G. ? v [se/sw m ] Price Aug 19 1958-Dec 16 1976

Myers, Ray F. WW1 v [ne/nw m ] Price Jul 6 1889-Dec 17 1949

Nadig, Peter N. CIVIL WAR v [se/se m ] Price

Rath, Jacob CIVIL WAR v [ ] Price

Reed, Clifford Ernest WW2 v [ ] Price Feb 22, 1923-Jul 6, 1980

Reed, Philip Walker CIVIL WAR [ ] Price Mar 17, 1845-Nov 30, 1929

Reed, Ralph Waldo WW2 KOREA v [sw/sw m ] Price Oct 16 1914-Apr 21 1952

Riddle, William Wayne WW2 v [nw/ne m ] Price Feb 27 1921-Sep 7 1991

Seavey, P.W. CIVIL WAR v [ ] Price

Smith, J.B. CIVIL WAR v [se/se m ] Price

Ware, Allie A. (Almond) WW1 u [nw/nw ] Price Jan 30 1899-Feb 14 1977

Wife of Ware, William R.

Ware, William Robert WW1 p [nw/nw c ] Price Nov 28 1898-Jun 21 1972

Westfall, Eldon (same as Glenn?) WW1 v [ ] Price

Westfall, Glenn WW1 p [se/sw m ] Price Feb 17 1896-Jun 27 1964

Wood, Franklin CIVIL WAR v [se/se m ] Price Oct 6 1841-Mar 15 1935

Young, Phillip Beatty WW2 p [ ] Price -Nov 1 1986

CEMETERY : PURDIN (MOFFETT)- LINN CO.

Township 59, Range 20, Section 7, NE Quarter

Bagley, Roy Curtis WW1 p [ne/se m ] Purdin Apr 22 1895-Nov 24 1957

Bagley, Edna A. (Foster) WW1 u [ne/se ] Purdin Jan 16 1895-1969

Wife of Bagley, Roy Curtis

Bagley, James D. ? v [sw/sw c ] Purdin Nov 4 1949-Oct 12 1990

Barrows, Benjamin Harrison WW1 p [sw/nw c ] Purdin Oct 22 1888-1948

Barrows, Nellie (Warren) WW1 u [ne/sw ] Purdin Jul 11 1898-1970

Wife of Barrows, Benjamin Harrison

Barrows, Maurice E. ? v [sw/sw c ] Purdin 1934-1979

Bartow, Almeda (Gooch) WW2 u [sw/sw ] Purdin Jun 15 1903-Nov 9 1986

Mother of Bartow, Gale Thomas

Beckett, William Craig WW1 p [ne/ne c ] Purdin Nov 20 1888-Apr 7 1955

Bivens, Everet H. WW1 v [ne/nw c ] Purdin Jan 26 1891-Dec 8 1918

Blender, Earl WW2 v [se/se ] Purdin 1907-1958

Bond, Alpha (Harris) WW1 u [sw/nw ] Purdin Nov 11 1903-Jul 9 1949

Wife of Bond, William A.

Bond, William Alonzo WW1 p [sw/nw c ] Purdin 1896-1986

Bowyer, Leland W. WW2 p [nw/sw m ] Purdin Dec 29 1922-Jun 10 1991

Bowyer, Orville Lee WW1 v [ne/sw c ] Purdin Mar 6 1900-Apr 29 1947

Bundridge, Solomon Wesley WW1 p [ne/nw m ] Purdin Mar 9 1891-Oct 1 1944

Cassity, Ben Nolan WW2 p [ne/ne m ] Purdin Jan 5 1915-Jun 13 1972

Cornwell, Dorwin KOREA v [se/se ] Purdin Oct 4 1930-May 22 1969

DeVore, Vernon Hawkins WW2 p [se/sw ml ] Purdin Sep 10 1921-1978

Elliott, Lawrence Murphy Jr. WW2 p [sw/sw c ] Purdin Nov 29 1892-Mar 30 1959

Falconer, Mary G. (Gilmer) WW2 u [nw/sw ] Purdin Jul 11 1924-May 30 1987

Wife of Falconer, Max

Falconer, Stanley Lee ? v [ne/sw ] Purdin Sep 23 1940-Sep 4 1962

Fowler, James H. WW2 v [sw/se m ] Purdin Jul 3 1925-June 14 1973

Frazier, Paul Herndon WW2 v [sw/se m ] Purdin Dec 21 1908-Dec 26 1978

Gooch, Joseph C. ? v [ne/nw m ] Purdin Aug 22 1923-Nov 22 1985

Grice, Frances B. (Bond) WW1 u [sw/nw a ] Purdin Feb 18 1894-Jan 8 1967

Wife of Grice, Dr. Victor D.

Grice, Victor D. Dr. WW1 p [sw/nw cl ] Purdin Oct 8 1889-Aug 11 1969

Hardin, Floyd G. WW1 p [sw/nw c ] Purdin 1894-1957

Head, Hershel Hardin KOREA v [ne/nw m ] Purdin Feb 5 1929-Sep 9 1959

Helms, Wallace E. ? v [nw/sw m ] Purdin 1897-Mar 13 1944

Hollon, Lindley WW1 v [sw/sw m ] Purdin Jun 14 1895-May 15 1963

Hunter, Dr. Durward B. WW1 p [ne/nw m ] Purdin Jan 9 1871-Dec 2 1939

Knifong, Hubert L. WW2 p [se/se c ] Purdin Apr 17 1920-Nov 26 1983

Lambert, Calvin Herman WW2 p [nw/nw m ] Purdin Jun 16 1926-Jul 20 1954

Lambert, Marvin Edgar KOREA v [nw/nw m ] Purdin Jun 28 1928-Feb 4 1956

Long, Wilber George WW2 v [sw/se m ] Purdin Mar 6 1927-Apr 16 1969

McGhee, George Fred WW1 p [ne/ne ml ] Purdin Nov 18 1889-Mar 6 1957

Molloy, Mack WW1 p [nw/se c ] Purdin Sep 10 1897-1954

Monroe, Willard Von WW2 p [sw/sw ml ] Purdin Sep 15 1923-Mar 24 1963

Monroe, Elgin A. KOREA v [sw/sw cl ] Purdin Aug 4 1928-1979

Mullany, Joseph Mathews ? v [se/sw cl ] Purdin Sep 13 1961-Dec 8 1987

Murrain, Alec Turner WW1 p [ne/nw m ] Purdin May 2 1895-Aug 14 1946

Ogle, Ralph E. WW2 v [sw/sw m ] Purdin Oct 16 1914-May 11 1979

Owens, Clarence WW1 v [ne/se cv ] Purdin Jan 23 1895-Oct 1 1933

Payne, Kenneth Allen KOREA v [se/se ] Purdin Jun 23 1936-Sep 5 1957

Pulliam, Loren O. WW2 v [sw/se m ] Purdin Feb 22 1916-Jan 16 1987

Pulliam, Thomas CIVIL WAR v [se/ne c ] Purdin Apr 27 1843-Jul 12 1920

Schrock, Joseph R. WW2 v [se/nw m ] Purdin Aug 18 1911-Nov 30 1970

Schultz Jr., Edward WW2 v [sw/se m ] Purdin Feb 15 1921-Oct 22 1987

Smith, Anna Maude (Hedges) WW2 u [ne/ne a ] Purdin Jun 3 1889-1976

Mother of Smith, Travis Edward

Smith, George Alvin KOREA k [ne/ne m ] Purdin Aug 8 1931-Jul 20 1950

Smith, Joseph W. ? v [nw/nw c ] Purdin 1933-1988

Smith, M. Lorraine (Thompson) WW2 u [nw/ne a ] Purdin Nov 17 1915-1970

Wife of Smith, Travis Edward

Smith, Travis Edward WW2 p [nw/ne c ] Purdin 1912-1973

Smith, Wayne Roy WW1 v [se/se m ] Purdin Sep 18 1899-Feb 12 1990

Snyder, Rex Orlan WW2 v [se/se m ] Purdin Aug 19 1921-Jun 10 1978

Street, Dayton Alphonso WW2 p [se/nw cl ] Purdin Aug 30 1898-Oct 17 1980

Wykoff, Harold Hollis WW2 k [ne/sw ml ] Purdin Aug 28 1912-Aug 21 1944

CEMETERY : SCHROCK - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 20, Section 7, NW Quarter

Artz, Fred Walter WW1 p [se/ne m ] Schrock Jun 22 1888-Aug 29 1963

Artz, George E. WW1 p [sw/ne m ] Schrock Apr 13 1896-Jul 28 1955

Atkins, William Wayne WW1 p [ne/se m ] Schrock Sep 28 1894-Jul 11 1945

Axtell, Donald Earl WW2 p [sw/sw ml ] Schrock Jan 29 1922-Jun 17 1982

Brown, Carol Mac WW2 p [sw/se m ] Schrock Mar 17 1927-Mar 4 1989

Cotter, W.A. CIVIL WAR v [sw/se m ] Schrock

Daniels, Floyd A. WW2 p [se/se ml ] Schrock 1911-1978

Ford, Charles E. KOREA v [sw/sw ml ] Schrock Dec 12 1932-Dec 3 1970

Ford, Guy D. WW2 p [se/se m ] Schrock May 12 1917-Jan 18 1975

Freeland, Glenn George WW1 p [ne/ne c ] Schrock Jun 21 1896-Mar 16 1986

Freeland, Meda D. Lefrance (Alspach) WW1 u [ne/ne ] Schrock Sep 22 1899-Dec 28 1987

Wife of Freeland, Glenn George

Freeland, George CIVIL WAR v [ne/ne c ] Schrock Oct 18 1841-Nov 2 1920

Freeland, George Nyle WW2 k [ne/ne c ] Schrock Feb 21 1923-Mar 7 1948

King, Elmer WW1 v [ne/nw ml ] Schrock Mar 3 1896-Jan 9 1969

Leach, Robert F. ? v [se/se ml ] Schrock Jun 25 1926-Nov 20 1968

Oliver, John Samuel WW2 p [ ] Schrock Oct 9 1915-

Palmer, Joshua CIVIL WAR v [ ] Schrock Dec 17 1828 - Nov 12 1895

Redding, Caleb G. CIVIL WAR v [se/se m ] Schrock

Smith, Jerald Lewis KOREA p [ne/se c ] Schrock Sep 5 1931-Mar 23 1993

Tunnel, Robert McClure WW1 p [ ] Schrock? -pre 1947?

Tunnel, William Fred WW1 p [nw/sw mww1] Schrock Apr 3 1896-Oct 28 1965

Tunnel, James David Dr. WW1 v [nw/nw m ] Schrock Dec 11 1866-Jun 27 1947

Watson, Jacob Gordon WW2 KOREA p [ne/se cl ] Schrock Nov 7 1921-Jul 17 1986

Watson, Elizabeth "Betty" Mae (Butts) WW2 KOREA u [ne/se a ] Schrock Nov 2 1922-Feb 13 1985

Wife of Watson, Jacob "Jake" Gordon

CEMETERY : WHITE OAK - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 20, Section 16, NW Quarter

Brinkley, Daniel L. CIVIL WAR v [nw/se c ] White Oak Mar 30 1840-Dec 25 1928

Brookshier, Walter Guy ? v [ne/ne c ] White Oak Mar 31 1890-Jan 17 1979

Brumbaugh, John Ruben WW2 v [sw/nw m ] White Oak Oct 28 1911-Oct 29 1958

Creason, Truman J. WW2 k [ne/se m ] White Oak Jan 9 1921-July 21 1945

Dodson, Theodore W. Jr. KOREA v [sw/nw m ] White Oak Jun 28 1935-Jun 14 1960

Fanning, Reuben CIVIL WAR v [nw/sw m ] White Oak Jul 15 1847-May 28 1925

Fanning, Kenneth WW2 v [nw/sw m ] White Oak Jun 16 1915-Jul 3 1964

Fanning, James Lawson "Cot" ? v [nw/sw c ] White Oak Mar 7 1903-Jul 29 1960

Fields, George Perry WW1 p [ ] White Oak or Fields family

Gaines, Robert G. WW2 v [sw/se m ] White Oak Nov 16 1908-Mar 20 1973

Gaines, Lorraine E. WW2 v [sw/se m ] White Oak Feb 9 1907-Jan 23 1984

Griswold, James Myron WW2 v [sw/se m ] White Oak Sep 15 1924-Oct 1 1981

Hagey, Abraham F. WW2 v [se/se ml ] White Oak Sep 2 1913-May 7 1969

Harvey, Mabel Irene (Kenley) WW1 u [nw/ne ] White Oak Jun 11 1902-Oct 31 1951

Wife of Harvey, Beverly Jay

Hollon, Floyd C. ? v [se/se c ] White Oak Jul 28 1932-Dec 13 1986

Hollon, Otis L. WW2 k [nw/ne m ] White Oak Sep 14 1910-Apr 28 1944

Jennings, J. Duff ? v [se/se c ] White Oak Feb 1 1908-Nov 9 1990

Jones, Vern Cale WW2 p [ne/ne ml ] White Oak Jan 7 1919-Jun 12 1983

Kenley, Paleamon Leon WW2 p [nw/ne c ] White Oak Apr 8 1908-Feb 28 1990

Knifong, Ola Francis WW1 p [ne/ne ml ] White Oak May 17 1895-Oct 22 1965

Knifong, Emma J. (Hollon) u [ne/ne a ] White Oak Dec 24 1902-Sep 21 1970

Wife of Knifong, Ola Francis

Knifong, Lee Ola WW2 v [sw/se mww2] White Oak 1914-1979

Lumsden, Clarence Fred WW1 p [se/se c ] White Oak Dec 2 1894-Jun 11 1982

Miles, Joseph A. WW2 v [se/nw m ] White Oak Apr 3 1908-Sep 1 1961

Nickell, Raymond A. WW1 v [se/nw m ] White Oak Jan 20 1896-Dec 19 1959

Pipes, Bill Lavon WW2 v [se/nw m ] White Oak Jun 13 1926-Aug 20 1984

Pipes, Jack L. ? v [se/nw m ] White Oak Feb 22 1930-Apr 26 1986

Richmond, Sylvester Casey WW1 p [sw/ne m ] White Oak Oct 26 1881-Aug 3 1967

Smith, James Leroy WW2 v [sw/se ml ] White Oak Jan 2 1902-Jan 20 1972

Turner, William Rex WW2 p [sw/se m ] White Oak Jan 28 1923-Apr 7 1975

CEMETERY : WINIGAN - SULLIVAN CO.

Township 61, Range 18, Section 34, NE Quarter

Asher, Gene L. WW1 v [ne/nw m ] Winigan -Jan 13 1937

Baker, Roscoe Edward WW2 v [se/se m ] Winigan Apr 15 1902-Jun 28 1958

Carmack, Leslie Kieth KOREA v [se/nw m ] Winigan Aug 27 1930-Sep 11 1955

Carmack, Reuben J. v [se/nw c ] Winigan 1902-1968

Clubine, John Andrew WW1 p [se/se m ] Winigan Aug 1 1895-Jan 10 1972

Harden, Webster M. WW1 v [nw/nw m ] Winigan Jul 18 1896-Jul 4 1961

Harl, Algie WW2 v [se/sw c ] Winigan May 18 1910-Sep 7 1945

Harl, Carlos Alan k [se/sw c ] Winigan 1903-1925

Harl, Leonard Edward WW2 p [ ] Winigan Dec 20 1916-Mar 4 1983

Martin, Leslie G. WW2 v [nw/nw ml ] Winigan Aug 28 1918-Jun 18 1988

McConnell, John O. WW1 v [se/sw m ] Winigan Nov 23 1891-Mar 12 1970

Thompson, Ben WW1 p [ ] Winigan

Turner, Hurchel Ray WW1 v [se/se m ] Winigan May 16 1897-Oct 14 1952

Vencil, Don O. WW2 v [nw/ne m ] Winigan Apr 22 1911-Feb 15 1984

Walker, Charles Ray WW1 v [nw/nw m ] Winigan Aug 22 1895-Oct 8 1976

Yoakum, Arthur L. WW2 v [ne/nw m ] Winigan Jul 15 1914-Jul 6 1991

CEMETERY : BURIED IN CEMETERIES OUTSIDE POST #274'S GRAVE-REGISTRY AREA

Abbott, Glenn Walden WW1 p [] buried in Oklahoma

Abbott, Ellis L. WW2 p [] buried in Oklahoma Mar 10 1913-

Abbott, Comora (Lambert) WW2 u [] buried in Sickler Oklahoma Mar 30 1872-Sep 20 1965

Mother of Abbott, Ellis L.

Abbott, Bertha Belle (Montgomery) Jones u [] buried in Hinton, OK ? Jan 22 1895-Apr 16 1964

Wife of Abbott, Glenn W.

Adams, Albert E. WW1 p [] buried in Resthaven Brookfield

Alspach, Victor Edwin WW1 p [] buried in Trenton Memorial Gdns Jun 13 1894-Feb 1964

Baldridge, Hugh M. WW2 p [] buried in Milan Mar 25 1910-Dec 29 1990

Bates, Rev James Lafayette WW1 p [] buried in Wheeling Mar 14 1882-Feb 8 1933

Belzer, Richard J. CIVIL WAR k [] buried in Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 1844-May 1862

Belzer, F. Marion CIVIL WAR k [] buried in Ft. Lyon, Mo. 1838-Dec 4 1862

Boxley, Gould WW2 p [] buried in Brookfield

Boyles, David M. CIVIL WAR v [] buried in Strawberry west of Linneus May 19 1828-Dec 3 1915

Brown, Floyd McKinley WW1 p [] buried in Glaze Jun 25 1898-Jul 31 1958

Brown, Girthrel Eliza (Allen) WW1 u [] buried in Glaze Feb 21 1898-Jun 30 1964

Wife of Brown, Floyd M.

Burke, Norris C. WW2 p [] buried in E.Moline, Ill. Jun 11 1923-Aug 17 1967

Butler, Charles Lyle k [] buried in Oakwood Milan Sep 24 1931-Sep 27 1963

Carter, King W. WW2 p [] buried in Kansas City -1963?

Christy, Tressie (Lightfoot) WW1 u [] buried in SE Mo. Sep 5 1904-

Wife of Christy, Joseph D.

Coulter, James Benton WW2 p [] buried in Wheeling Mar 30 1917-?

Coulter, Fay N. (Arnold) WW2 u [] buried in Wheeling Aug 12 1892-Jun 13 1968

Mother of Coulter, James Benton

Dell, Leonard E. WW2 p [] buried in LA ?

Dodson, James L. WW2 p [] buried in Colorado? Feb 12 1923-Jan 24 1993

Dortch, Alice M. ( ? ) WW2 u [] buried in Laredo ? -Aug 2 1991

Wife of Dortch, Thorton R.

Ellsberry, Paul M. WW2 p [] buried in Lincoln, Nebraska? -Sep 29 1983

Ewing, Robert WW1 k [] buried in Johnston Galt June 1896-Oct 1918

Ford, Charles Seldon WW2 p [] buried in Oakwood Milan Feb 22 1921-Jun 26 1966

Foster, George Lee WW1 p [] buried in IOOF Cem Linneus Apr 22 1893-Dec 11 1963

Fuller, Phillip F. WW2 p [] buried in Sunnyside Cem. Milton IA Sep 3 1927-Sep 23 1993

Gall, John D. WW2 p [] buried in Norton Ks. area Oct 1 1922-

Ginder, John R. WW1 p [] buried in Campground Cem. -1962

Gooch, Eugene Clark WW2 k [] buried in Laclede Jul 15 1914-Jul 14 1944

Gooch, George Merton WW2 k [] buried at sea Pearl Harbor Apr 19 1920-Dec 7 1941

Gooch, John Taylor WW1 p [] buried in Powell Pk. Wyo. Oct 4 1890-Dec 2 1967

Grice, Faye N. (Arnold) Coulter WW1 u [] buried in Wheeling Aug 12 1892-Jun 13 1968

Wife of Grice, Wallace

Hale, Rex L. WW1 p [] buried in Phoenix Ariz? -1961

Harl, Nile WW2 KOREA VIETNAM p [] buried in Austin TX Aug 25 1915-Sep 2 ?

Head, Harold Lloyd WW2 k [] buried aboard USS Oklahoma Oct 10 1921-Dec 7 1941

Head, Noel P. WW1 p [] buried in Laclede

Henley, Quentine Monroe WW2 p [] buried in Humphreys March 29 1919-Aug 15 1978

Hollon, Edward WW1 p [] buried in Rose Hill Brookfield Jan 8 1897-May 22 1952

Jeckell, Raymond W. WW2 p [] buried in Resthaven Trenton Feb 7 1930-Oct 22 1987

Johnson, Vernon Andrew WW2 p [] buried in Unionville Mo. Mar 6 1915-Mar 24 1991

Johnson, Earl C. WW2 p [] buried in Ft. Logan Mil. Denver May 1 1892-May 12 1965

Keithley, John W. WW1 p [] buried in Lakeside Sumner Jan 1895-Apr 8 1958

Keithley, Morris Merrill WW2 p [] buried in Asbury (Milan) Oct 28 1920-

Keithley, Norris Thomas WW2 p [] buried in Asbury (Milan) Oct 28 1920-

Keithley, Marea (Preston) WW1 u [] buried in Lakeside, Sumner ? Sep 3 1896-

Wife of Keithley, John W.

Knifong, Carlos W. WW1 p [] buried in Edin Idaho -1945

Kollasch, Paul P. WW1 p [] buried in Tulare CA Dec 19 1892-May 20 1968

Kollasch, Emma (Dodson) WW2 u [] buried in Rest Haven Gdn Bkfld Mar 2 1900-Oct 19 1964

Mother of Kollasch, Jack

Lambert, Loland WW1 p [] buried in Park Lawn Brookfield -died at 87

Lambert, Lillian Delphine (Dixon) WW2 u [] buried in Iowa? Apr 20 1924-

Wife of Lambert, Herbert Allen

Langdon, Earnest Jr. WW2 p [] buried in Brookfield? Oct 2 1921-

Lay, ? CIVIL WAR k [] buried on a farm near Mt. Olive Church

Lay, Clive WW2 p [] buried in Colo. ?

Lay, Stephen Basil WW2 p [] buried in Columbia ? Nov 12 1911-

Lewis, Edward Arthur WW1 p [] buried in Newtown? -services Jan 1960

Maxwell, Roy E. WW1 p [] buried in Rose Hill Brookfield

McIntyre, Walter C. WW1 p [] buried in IOOF Cem Linneus Oct 29 1894-Mar 10 1967

McKenzie, Kenneth Clarence WW2 p [] buried in Parklawn W. of Brookfield

McMillin, Leroy R. "Mac" WW2 p [] buried in Forest Hill KC Apr 15 1904-Jul 15 1989

Melton, James Lewis WW1 p [] buried in Resthaven Chillicothe

Montgomery, Fred Lee WW2 p [] cremated in Palms Springs CA Jan 15 1925-Sep 10 1989

Morris, Vernon Glen "Red" WW2 p [] buried in Resthaven, Chillicothe May 14 1916-Jan 3 1993

Mullinix, Marguerite (Martin) ? u [] buried outside area Mar 13 1920-May 26 1990

Wife of Mullinix, Floyd L.

Myers, James Gernie WW2 k [] buried in USS Arizona May 2 1906-Dec 7 1941

Neet, Harvey James WW2 p [] buried in Florida Aug 1917-Jun 1987

Owens, William Virgil WW2 p [] buried in Grove Hill near Shelby

Phillips, Norris Wilson WW1 p [] buried in St. Mary's Milan Aug 21 1897-Sep 1961

Prather, Genevieve (Logan) WW1 u [] buried in Prather Jul 29 1905-1992

Sister of Logan, Bryce H.

Richardson, Leonard C. WW2 p [] buried in El Monte CA Jan 3 1918-Jan 2 1964

Scott, Donald Lyle KOREA p [] buried in Laclede Jul 26 1933-Nov 9 1992

Seaman, Jonah D. WW1 p [] buried in Oakwood Milan Aug 5 1887-Aug 15 1969

Shanks, Vivian Caroline (Garrett) Falconer WW2 u [] buried in Linneus Oct 5 1946-

Wife of Falconer, Edwin Dale

Shaw, Marjorie k [] buried in England -Jan 13 1945

Shipp, Clair Wellington WW1 p [] buried in Wheeling? Nov 12 1894-

Stephenson, Kenneth Ray k [] buried in Mt. Olivette Marceline Feb 21 1943-Feb 29 1968

Street, Dayle Richard WW2 p [] buried in Laclede

Studer, Ralph Edward k [] buried in Grandview Mem. Park Aug 4 1949-Aug 22 1969

Tate, Gale WW2 p [] buried in Laredo Cemetery May 11 1920-Mar 12 1993

Tucker, William Devaun WW2 p [] buried in Independence -1969

Vincent, Orvis Kenith(?) WW1 p [] buried in Mt Moriah (KC Mo.) Jan 8 1898-Jun 4 1992

Wade, Gerald Irvin WW2 p [] buried in Green City Oct 1916-

Waddill, Thomas E. WW2 p [] buried in Ringo Point (ne of Winigan) Oct 14 1926-Oct 16 1983

Wattenbarger, Raymond Paul WW1 p [] buried in Parklawn Brookfield Nov 4 1894-Jun 7 1969

NOTE: those noted as "k" may be memorial-stones rather than graves.

LOCAL AREA MEN AND WOMEN WHO DIED

WHILE ON ACTIVE DUTY:

A number of servicemen (including one woman) died while on active duty in the armed forces. They didn't become veterans -- they didn't come back. Some died in action. Several are memorialized in local cemeteries. Some bodies were shipped back to be buried here. They made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country:

ABBOTT, Clyde C. US Navy WW2

Gravestone in: Price Jan 10 1921-May 11 1945 se/se c Yeoman 2nd Class; buried at sea; stone says

in memory of

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BELZER, F. Marion US Army CIVIL WAR

Gravestone in: Ft. Lyon, Mo. 1838-Dec 4 1862

Co. K 7th Mo. Cavalry; Nov 14 1861-Dec 4 1862; ;received extra pay for using his own horse; died of cholera;was from the Browning area. Came to Misouri from Indiana about 1850 with parents Jesse and Angelina Belzer; he was a great uncle of W. Marlin Belzer.

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BELZER, Richard J. US Army CIVIL WAR

Gravestone in: Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 1844-May 1862 Infantry; Feb 21 1862-May 1862; died of fever; He was from the Browning area. He was a great uncle of W. Marlin Belzer; He was born in Indiana; came to Missouri with his family ca 1850; he was the son of Jesse and Angelina Belzer

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BRITTON, Donald Lee US Navy WW2

Gravestone in: Mt. Zion Mar 15 1923-May 11 1945 se/sw m ; Ser# 69258 S2C; wounded in an attack on Rabaul Harbor Nov 11 1943 and killed aboard USS Bunker Hill May 11 1945 during an attack on Okinawa. He was buried at sea but has a memorial in Mt. Zion. He was from the Browning area.

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BROOKSHIER, Granville WW1

Gravestone in: -Jul 25 1918

killed in France; father was W.W. Brookshier

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BUTLER, Charles Lyle US Army

Gravestone in: Oakwood Milan Sep 24 1931-Sep 27 1963

killed in car accident near Heltenhausen, Germany; career Army; lived with foster mother Mrs. Laura Hagan

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CORDRAY, Kenneth E. US Army WII

Gravestone in: N. Salem Mar 13 1926-Mar 29 1946

se/se c Served from May 19 1944 till killed in Mindanao, Philiippines; 509th Ord. Co. 124th Inf. 31st Div; died in motor vehicle accident; PFC; was from North Salem; son of Mr & Mrs C.E. Cordray; stone says in memory of

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CREASON, Truman J. US Army WW2

Gravestone in: obituary says White Oak (not seen)

Jan 9 1921-July 21 1945 ne/se m in Locust Valley;

PFC 357 INF 90 INF DIV; was killed near Flossenburg, Germany; was buried in US military cemetery at St. Arnold, France; reburied at White Oak Dec 2 1948; a memorial is in Locust Valley. Parents Beverly & Elizabeth Creason

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CUNNARD, Loyd WW1

-May 18 1918 age 20

buried at sea; transport enroute to France; parents Mr & Mrs S. Cunnard; he was born Enterprise Twnship.

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EDMUNDSON, Billy Joe US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Mt. Olive Nov 12 1923-Apr 18 1943

S/Sgt; killed in N. Italy; parents Joe and Cordia Edmundson

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EWING, Robert US Army WW1

Gravestone in: buried in Johnston Galt June 1896-Oct 1918 died at Camp Funston Ks. of flu; enlisted Aug 27 1918 and got married that day. Parents Mr & Mrs C.W. Ewing of Browning

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FARRIS, Junior L. US Army WW2

Gravestone in: -Apr 28 1944

PFC; killed in action; parents Mr & Mrs Luther Farris;

wife of Brookfield

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FRAZIER, Raymond WW2

Gravestone in: -Feb 1944

Killed in a plane on a replacement mission over Italy. He was from Sullivan Co.

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FREELAND, George Nyle US Marine Corps WW2

Gravestone in: Schrock Feb 21 1923-Mar 7 1948 ne/ne c

Lt.; In US Marine Corps Reserve; died while on duty. Marine Corps Fighter Squadron 213; he was flying out of Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas when his engine failed during takeoff; he died in the subsequent crash. He was carrier-qualified and was a vet of WW2. He was from Browning; His parents were Glenn and Meda Freeland; He graduated from Browning High 1941 and attended Mo. Univ.

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GOINS, Joe WW2

Gravestone in: -Jan 1945

killed in action; father was Ralph Goins of Purdin

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GOOCH, Eugene Clark US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Laclede Jul 15 1914-Jul 14 1944

He was killed at St. Lo, France. He was from Purdin

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GOOCH, George Merton US Navy WW2

buried at sea Pearl Harbor Apr 19 1920-Dec 7 1941 He was killed aboard USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor. He was from Purdin

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GOOCH, Gerald Dean US Army KOREA ?

Gravestone in: Mt. Olive Aug 27 1928-Oct 10 1961 se/sw m ; died in helicopter crash in Hohenfels, Germany; 12 years in Army; Missouri Sgt. 91 Trans. Lt. Hel. Co.; parents are Warren and Winona Gooch

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GREENSTREET, Carl Arthur

Gravestone in: -Aug 1944

killed in Italy; Winigan Baptist Ch. services Aug 20 1944

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HARL, Carlos Alan US Army

Gravestone in: Winigan 1903-1925 se/sw c

Cpl; stationed at Ft. Leavenworth Ks; died in a train wreck

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HAYES, Gail WW2

Gravestone in: -Sep 11 1944

killed in action in Belgium; nephew of Van Mairs; wife in Milan

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HEAD, Harold Lloyd US Navy WW2

buried aboard USS Oklahoma Oct 10 1921-Dec 7 1941 died aboard USS Oklahoma; Pearl Harbor; parents Mr & Mrs Noel Head of Laclede

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HEAD, Howard Shirley US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Nov 28 1918-Feb 24 1944

Air Corps; a tail gunner on B-26 bomber; missing in action and declared dead 1 1/2 years later. Missing on Feb 24 1944. S/Sgt; He was from Cora. Parents Mr & Mrs. J.S. Head

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HOLLON, Otis L. US Army WW2

Gravestone in: White Oak Sep 14 1910-Apr 28 1944 nw/ne m PFC; 3206 QM SV CO; Entered service Jan 22 1943; He was killed in Europe. He was from Cora

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ISELY, Loren F. WW2

Information is from honor roll on legion post wall.

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JOHNSON, James Donald US Navy WW2

Gravestone in: Jenkins Jul 4 1919-Sep 19 1942 sw/se c found drowned in Mississippi River; enlisted Aug 1 1942; He was from Browning; apprentice seaman; His parents were Otto and Opal Johnson; he graduated from Browning High School 1937

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KILLE, Harold Eugene US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Jenkins Dec 8 1919-Feb 27 1945 se/sw c Pvt; Jul 6 1944-Feb 27 1945; killed near Roth, Germany (Belgium?); 87th Div.Infantry; Patton's Army; crossed rifles on his stone

father was Frank "Kelly"

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LAY, ? Confederate Army CIVIL WAR

Gravestone in: buried on a farm near Mt. Olive Church He was captured at Laclede; taken in a box car and died ofpneumonia while a prisoner of the Union.

Cecil Lay's great grandfather.

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MCCOLLUM, Herman LeRoy US Army KOREA

Gravestone in: N.Salem Mar 21 1931-Jun 17 1953 se/se m Illinois; PFC; 92 Armored Field Artillery Battalion; Purple Heart

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MORRIS, Elmer E. US Army WW1

Gravestone in: Mt. Zion (memorial) Jul 26 1899-Oct 18 1918 sw/ne c Co. A 28 M.G. Bn. 10 Div, Camp Funston; star on his stone

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MUNDELL, George Thomas US Army WW1

Gravestone in:Dry Ridge Aug 15 1890-Oct 5 1918

nw/nw cl ; there is a legion marker by this civilian stone; date of deathshows he couldn't have been a member of THIS post.His obituary says he went into service June 5 1917, wrote homethat he was going into battle, killed at Argonne Forest.Ser# 3131982; body returned in 1921Co. F 308th Infantry

son of Thomas B. and Mary F.

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MYERS, Claude H. US Army WW1

Gravestone in: Knifong Jan 14 1894-June 9, 1918

nw/sw ml ; Army # 105910 Enlisted Jefferson Barracks MO Apr 15, 1917Co M 18 inf; Co D1 Brig MG ; grade Pvt; killed in action 6/9/1918Wounded slightly 5/4/1918; father was Andrew Myers Browning MO(gravestone: Pvt. 1 M.G. Batt'n 1 Div.)(brother was killed at Pearl Harbor in WWII)gravestone needs straightening soon; grass needs improving; WAS NOT A MEMBER. POST NAMED FOR HIM

Mother was Mary Myers

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MYERS, James Gernie US Navy WW2

buried in USS Arizona May 2 1906-Dec 7 1941 Storekeeper 1st class; 1927-1941; killed on USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor; first of Browning to die in WW2; brother to Claude Myers for whom Legion post was named; wife in Seattle

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NEELY, Alva Oren US Army WW1

Gravestone in: Hoover Sep 18 1891-Oct 10 1918 sw/se m Co. M 129th Inf. 33rd Div.; killed in action in France Pvt.; stone shows "KIA"; father was E.M. Neely

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NEWTON, Willard Alvin US Navy WW2

Gravestone in: Mt. Zion Oct 19 1918-Mar 1 1942 ne/sw m Feb 1939-Mar 1942; Seaman 1st class; aboard USS Houston in the Java Seaand; missing at sea Mar 1 1942; declared dead 1 year later. PH; He was from the North Salem area. Parents were C.W. and Neva (Riley) Newton; he was born in Livingston, Montana; went to Shelby and Browning high school.(we have Dec 15 1945 as death date from some source)

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PEAVLER, Herman A. US Army KOREA

Gravestone in:N. Salem Mar 19 1929-Jan 20 1950 se/se c killed in car accident at Charlotte; NCPFC; parents Mr & Mrs Leo and Verna McCollum Peavler

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PETERS, Charles F. US Army WW1

Gravestone in: Hoover Feb 26 1892-Jul 18 1918 enlisted Mar 15 1917-killed in action; landed in France Jun 29 1918; Co. K 18th Reg.; body returned in 1921. Killed at Sissons; Ser# 48003; parents Mr & Mrs B.F. Peters

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POWELL, Herb WW2

Gravestone in: -Oct 24 1943

S/Sgt; died in airplane crash in Sicily; parents Mr & Mrs D.R. Powell

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RICHARDSON, Marion Eugene WW2

Gravestone in: -May 1945

Was killed in Italy. He was from Sullivan Co.

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ROTTMANN, Gerald D. US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Jun 16 1921-Feb 4 1944 died on Kwajalein Island, Marshall Islands, SW Pacific

parents Mr & Mrs Charles Rottmann; moved to Carrollton

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SHAW, Marjorie US Army

Gravestone in: buried in England -Jan 13 1945 2nd Lt. Army Nurse Corps; Feb 18 1942-Jan 13 1945; died in England; was in England since Jul 1 1944; was from Browning

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SHIPLEY, Alvin R. US Army WW1

Gravestone in: Henry Apr 5 1895-Oct 17 1918 sw/nw c died in France of pneumonia; body arrived Jun 10 1921; Battery F 339 Field Artillery"Died in France with honor in service of his country"; parents were Mr & Mrs James Shipley of Reger

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SMITH, George Alvin US Army KOREA

Gravestone in: Purdin Aug 8 1931-Jul 20 1950 ne/ne m Jan 3 1949-Jul 20 1950; killed in Battle of Taojon(?); body shipped home Oct 19 1951; PFC; 16 mos. in Japan; 24th Div. 34th Infantry Reg.from Browning; parents Orra & Maude Hedges Smith; he was born near Linneus; joined up as a senior at Browning High

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SNELL, Charles H. US Army WW1

Gravestone in: N. Salem Mar 3 1891-Oct 11 1918

se/ne c ; drafted Jul 25 1918; died at Camp Funston Ks.; parents were Columbus and Mary Snell

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SPENCER, Oren Brown WW2

Gravestone in: -Jan 24 1944 age 23 killed in action in Italy; Mother was Mrs. Elmer Spencer (nee Johnson?) buried in Locust Valley.

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STEPHENSON, Kenneth Ray US Army

Gravestone in: Mt. Olivette Marceline

Feb 21 1943-Feb 29 1968; service dates Dec 9 1963-Feb 29 1968; died in Vietnam; born in Browning; parents Mr & Mrs Vernon Harmon Stephenson

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STUDER, Ralph Edward

Gravestone in: Grandview Mem. Park Aug 4 1949-Aug 22 1969 Pvt E2; died in Levering Hosp.; mother was Mrs. Dorrine Buckallew of Browning

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SWEARENGEN, Kenneth Dean KOREA

Gravestone in: -Oct 31 1952

Was killed in Korea.He was from Sullivan Co.

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WADDILL, Delbert O. WW2

Gravestone in: Maple Hills, Kirksville, MO; -Mar 1945

Killed in action in Germany; brother to Thomas and Francis Waddill.

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WYKOFF, Harold Hollis US Army WW2

Gravestone in: Purdin Aug 28 1912-Aug 21 1944

ne/sw ml ; Pvt; killed in airplane crash in England; services in 1948; Missouri; 330 AAF Service Sqdn. parents J.E. & Margaret Wykoff of Purdin

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YAGEL, Charles WW1

Killed in action, Argonne; buried in France.


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