Chenoweths who Served in Combat

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This picture was cropped from a Gulf War painting by Col. H. Avery Chenoweth from his book "Art of War", 8th generation (HENRY POYNTZ7, HENRY PIRTLE6, JOHN SMITH5, JAMES S.4, RICHARD3, JOHN2, JOHN1), a descendant of Richard of Louisville. In a sense, Cora Hiatt, in her 1925 book began this page, with many pages dedicated to the service of family members in defense of our nation. The page was first suggested to me by Nancy Forsyth of Kentucky who was a Navy WAVE in the Second World War. It is a pet project of Peter Chenoweth, career Army, now retired, whose father served in both World Wars. It is dedicated with the utmost respect for the service of individuals listed. God Bless them for what they did for all of us. The history of wars of this nation are unique and part of the very fiber of the nation's psyche. Chenoweths have served in every one of these conflicts. There are more than 1,400 names listed on this page, but the actual number is far greater.

Major Conflicts

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[French & Indian] [War of 1812] [Texas Succession]
[Black Hawk War] [Mexican War] [Indian Wars]
[Spanish American War] [First World War] [World War II]
[Korean War] [Vietnam War] [Gulf War] [Operation Iraqi Freedom] [Global War on Terrorism ]

French & Indian War (28 May 1754-1763)

  1. Arthur Chenoweth b: August 15, 1716 in Baltimore Co., MD - fought at Ft Duquesne (later called Ft Pitt, now Pittsburgh) in the successful attack in November 1758 against the French by British General John Forbes.
  2. Timothy Downing-(spouse) - listed on 1767 muster roll of French and Indian War
  3. Henry Switzer (spouse) - was a Captain in the French and Indian War; also served in Revolutionary War with 2 sons.

War of 1812 (18 Jun 1812-24 Dec 1814)

Total Forces: 286,730 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 43+
Deaths: 2,260 - Known descendants who died: 2
  1. Levi Louis Ashbrookb: April 19, 1794 in Clark Co., KY served as a Corporal in Captain Robert Scobie's Company, Kentucky Militia -- February 8, 1815...March 7, 1815 with his brother-in-law Peter H. Berry
  2. Joseph Ashton, Jr. b: March 8, 1784 in Harford Co., MD ­ served as a Lieutenant in Turner’s 40th Regiment, Maryland Militia. His brother, Thomas, would also serve.
  3. Thomas Ashton b: September 18, 1790 in Harford Co., MD – His brother, Joseph Jr, would also serve.
  4. Peter H. Berryb: Abt. 1793 in Kentucky served as a Private in Captain Robert Scobie's Company, Kentucky Militia -- February 8, 1815...March 7, 1815 with his brother-in-law Levi Louis Ashbrook
  5. Absolum Chenoweth, Jr. b: May 19, 1769 in Berkeley Co., VA (now VW) - enlisted on 26 Aug 1813 at Newport, KY as a Private in Captain Samuel Kelley's company of COL John Callaway's 8th Mounted Regiment, Kentucky Volunteers. On 5 Oct 1813 he saw action at the Battle of the Thames, Ontario, Canada. It was during this engagement that the Shawnee Indian Chief, Tecumseh, was killed. He was discharged on 9 Nov 1813.
  6. Arthur Chenoweth b: December 06, 1755 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted on 4 Sep 1812 as a Corporal in Captain David Shelby's Mounted Company, Finley's 1st Regiment, Mounted Ohio Militia. He was discharged on 14 Oct 1812. He served in the same unit, during the same time period as his nephews, Isaac, John and Jacob.
  7. Arthur Chenoweth b: May 03, 1784 in Jefferson Co., KY - enlisted as a Private in the Army on 18 Jun 1812. He served as a Quartermaster Sergeant in Captain John Fisher's Company, 135th Regiment, commanded by LTC Andrew Christy, from 26 Jul 1813 to 12 Aug 1813. He was discharged on 17 Feb 1815.
  8. Arthur Chenoweth b: 1786 in Baltimore Co., MD - no information is known about his service.
  9. Eli Chenoweth b: March 20, 1788 in Ross Co., OH - enlisted on 28 Jul 1813 at Ft Meeig's as a Private in Major Benjamin Daniel's #1 Odd Battalion, Ohio Militia. He was discharged one month later on 28 Aug 1813.
  10. Elijah Chenoweth b: July 09, 1790 in Ross Co., OH - no information is known about his service other than he received a pension for the loss of an eye.
  11. George Chenoweth b: c 1787 in Mason Co., KY - served as in Capt. Adam Berry's company in the 2nd Brigade, 1st Regiment, Ohio Militia Infantry
  12. Hardin Thomas Chenoweth b: May 05, 1793 in Nelson Co., KY - served as a Private in the US Army from 24 Aug 1813 to 11 Nov 1813. He was with Captain Martin H. Wickliffe's Company, COL Henry Renick's 5th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia.
  13. Isaac Chenoweth b: December 17, 1793 in Shelby Co., KY - enlisted as a Private on 4 Sep 1812, along with his brothers, Jacob and John Jacob, in Ross Co., OH. He served in Captain David Shelby's Mounted Company, Finley's 1st Regiment, Mounted Ohio Militia. He was discharged on 14 Oct 1812. He served in the same unit, during the same time period as his uncle, Arthur.
  14. Jacob Chenoweth b: February 11, 1794 in Mason Co., KY - enlisted as a Private on 4 Sep 1812, with his brothers Isaac and John Jacob, in Captain David Shelby's Mounted Company, Finley's 1st Regiment, Mounted Ohio Militia. He was discharged on 14 Oct 1812, as a Corporal. He served in the same unit, during the same time period as his uncle, Arthur.
  15. James Francis Chenoweth b: 1793 in Botetourt Co., VA - died fighting at the Battle of New Orleans on 8 Jan 1815.
  16. John Chenoweth b: September 30, 1789 in Berkley Co., VA (now WV) - enlisted on 28 Jul 1813 as a Private in Captain Flinn's Company, Major Benjamin Daniel's #1 Odd Battalion, Ohio Militia. He was discharged on 13 Aug 1813 at Upper Sandusky, OH.
  17. John Baxter Chenoweth b: November 14, 1794 in Carroll Co., MD - enlisted in 1812 in Captain Houck's Maryland Cavalry. He saw action in defense of Baltimore, MD and was discharged in 1814.
  18. John Foster Chenoweth b: September 15, 1793 in Mason Co., KY - was drafted, but, as was the practice among affluent society at the time, a substitute was sent in his place.
  19. John Chenoweth b: November 07, 1797 in Pike Co., OH - enlisted as a Private on 4 Sep 1812, with his brothers Isaac and Jacob, in Captain David Shelby's Mounted Company, Finley's 1st Regiment, Mounted Ohio Militia. He was discharged on 14 Oct 1812. He served in the same unit, during the same time period as his uncle, Arthur.
  20. Joseph Chenoweth, Jr. b: 1785 in Berkeley Co., VA (now VW) - enlisted on 28 Jul 1813 as a Private in Captain Hugh Flinn's Company. He was discharged, along with the rest of his company, on 13 Aug 1813 at Upper Sanducky, OH.
  21. Joshua Chenoweth b: 1769 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisting on 2 Oct 1812, he served as a Corporal in Captain Matthew Dawson's Company, Major David Nelson's 5th Battalion, Pennsylvania Militia. He was discharged on 14 Nov 1812.
  22. Nicholas Ruxton Chenoweth b: December 12, 1769 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted 10 Sep 1812 and served till 28 Dec 1812 as a Private in Captain Henry Clifton's Company, Wilcox's 8th Regiment, Kentucky Detached Militia. He was discharged in Louisville, KY and re-enlisted 29 Dec 1812 on detached duty with the same regiment under the command of Major David Hardin. He completed his service on 9 Jan 1813 at Vincennes, IN.
  23. Richard Chenoweth b: February 11, 1790 in Kentucky - enlisted in Pike Co., OH on 28 Jul 1813 as a musician in Captain Hugh Flinn's Company, Major Benjamin Daniel's #1 Odd Battalion, COL William Barnes Regiment. He was discharged on 13 Aug 1813 at Upper Sandusky, OH when the company was disbanded. His younger brother, Uriah, served in the same unit at the same time.
  24. Stephen Ross Chenoweth b: April 21, 1796 in Berkeley Co., VA (now VW), is said to have been at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815.
  25. Thomas Chenoweth b: Abt 1772 in Berkeley Co., VA (now VW) - enlisted on 10 Nov 1814 as a Private in Captain Robert Thruston's company, Kentucky Detached Militia, commanded by LTC John Davis. He participated in the Battle of New Orleans on 8 Jan 1815 and was discharged on 10 May 1815.
  26. Thomas Chenoweth b: Abt 1778 in Virginia - enlisted 4 Sep 1812 as a Private in Captain David Shelby's Mounted Company, commanded by General William Henry Harrison. He was discharged on 14 Oct 1812, when the company was disbanded.
  27. Uriah Chenoweth b: April 29, 1795 in Mason Co., KY - enlisted in Pike Co., OH on 28 Jul 1813 as a musician (drummer) in Captain Hugh Flinn's Company, Major Benjamin Daniel's #1 Odd Battalion, COL William Barnes Regiment. He was discharged on 13 Aug 1813 at Upper Sandusky, OH when the company was disbanded. His older brother, Richard, served in the same unit at the same time.
  28. William Chenoweth b: May 09, 1791 in Baltimore Co., MD - served in Captain Drucker's Infantry, 7th Regiment, Randall's Battalion of Rifleman. His service record shows that he deserted on 4 Sep 1814, but he probably visited home during a lull in the war and later returned to duty.
  29. Mesheck Downing (spouse) b: 1774 in Maryland.
  30. John Ferguson (spouse) b: January 01, 1789 in Tennessee - John volunteered in Harrison Co., KY, serving 72 days, plus 5 days traveling time as a Private. (August 28, 1813 until Nov 7, 1813). He fought in the battle of the Thames.
  31. Thomas Francies b: 1788 (spouse) - served at North Point, Fort McHenry
  32. Daniel Heaton b: August 27, 1780 - Served the a number of militias from Ohio rising to rank of Colonel.
  33. David Fox Heaton b: June 30, 1792 in Pennsylvania
  34. John E. Lamon b: May 1785 in Virginia - served as a Captain. No further service data is known.
  35. Elijah Reesb: April 1772 in Opecquon Creek, Frederick Co., VA. No further service data is known.
  36. Lewis Rogersb: February 02, 1780 (spouse)- served with in-law Chenoweths from Ross Co., OH
  37. James Moore (spouse) b: January 10, 1793 in Virginia - enlisted in Captain Samuel L. Jones' Company and was discharged on 31 Aug 1813. He was commissioned on 31 May 1846 as Brigadier General, 3d Brigade, 2d Division, Ohio Militia.
  38. James Morrison (spouse) b: July 16, 1787 in Berkeley Co., VA (now WV) - is thought to have served as a Private in the Roll Of Capt. James Wallaceυs Company, Second Regiment Of Ohio Militia from from July 28 until September 7, 1813.
  39. Ira Wingfield Parish (spouse) b: 1790 in Virginia - served in the 1st Regiment, Ohio Militia.
  40. Michael Calhoun Petro (spouse) b: July 04, 1790 in Fort Upper Tract, Pendleton Co., VA - served as a Private in Captain John Patterson's Company, Second Brigade, Second Division in the Ohio Militia during the War of 1812. His regiment was Federalized and stationed at Fort Greenville, OH.
  41. James Rees b: Abt 1785 in Ten Mile Creek, Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA (died in service)
  42. Richard Seaton b: January 10, 1790 in Kentucky - was a private in Capt. Samuel Kelly's Company, Calaloway's 8th Regiment of the Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia and participated in the battle of the Thames on 5 Oct 1813.
  43. Isaac Still (spouse) b: March 25, 1788 in New Jersey

Black Hawk War (6 Apr 1832 - 27 Aug 1832)

  1. Samuel Adams (spouse) b: 1775 in Tennessee - Colonel.
  2. John W. Chenoweth b: December 25, 1807 in Botetourt Co., VA - served in Capt. Eratus Wheeler's Co.
  3. William Haycraft Chenoweth b: March 13, 1809 in Bulter Co., KY - enlisted in May 1832 as a Private in Captain Eley's Regiment, Illinois Cavalry to fight in the "Winnebago Indian Disturbances". He was discharged in St. Louis, MO in August 1832.
  4. Nelson James McDowell (spouse) b: October 09, 1801 in near Belleville, St. Clair Co., IL
  5. Samuel MacKey (spouse) b: January 16, 1812 in Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
  6. Rees Morgan b: October 25, 1808 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA
  7. Morgan Rees b: December 25, 1813 in Washington Co., PA

Texas Succession

  1. Hardin Thomas Chenoweth b: May 5, 1793 in Nelson Co., KY - A land grant in Texas indicates that he served from 4 Jun 1836 to 1 Dec 1837.
  2. John M. Chenoweth b: 1801 in Pennsylvania – soldier and legislator of the Republic of Texas, arrived in Texas in 1835, apparently with Captain John W. Peacock's company, the United States Invincibles. He is said to have paid his own way from Louisiana, where he left his wife and family. John and his company joined the revolutionary army at Bexar on November 26, 1835. When Captain Peacock was killed at the siege of Bexar (December 5-10, 1835), John was elected to command of the company, which officially enlisted for the duration of the war on December 27. On December 25, he requested that the General Council allow him to recruit a new company of volunteers to garrison Copano. His Invincibles were officially mustered into service in February 1836, and John still commanded them as late as that month, when they were station at Refugio under Colonel James W. Fannin, Jr. He was, however, detached from Fannin's command and given command of the garrison at Copano as he had requested. Soon thereafter Fannin's men, including most of the Invincibles, were captured and executed in the notorious Goliad Massacre. John thereupon joined Sam Houston's army at Gonzales as a Private and served in Captain William H. Patton's Columbia Company, Colonel Sidney Sherman's Second Regiment at the Battle of San Jacinto. Houston commended him to James Collinsworth, chairman of the military committee, as "very active". After San Jacinto, John was elected Captain of the Zavala Volunteers, on August 20, 1836. The company was assigned to the 1st Regiment of General Thomas J. Green's Brigade and stationed at Camp Johnston. From there he ranged the coast gathering supplies and horses for the brigade. He paid for much of this material with his own money. Nevertheless, he reported to General Mirabeau B. Lamar, that his requisitioning of supplies resulted in many citizens' leaving the area and taking their livestock with them. Before July 6 he was promoted to Major. The death of his wife in Louisiana necessitated his return there for several months in 1836. While still commanding his company, John was furloughed to attend the First Congress of the Republic of Texas, to which he had been elected from Goliad County on October 3. During the spring term of the Harrisburg (now Harris) County district court, John served on the grand jury. On October 8, 1842, Houston denied his application for a commission to raise a company of rangers for the defense of the upper Colorado River frontier, but instead appointed him to take charge of those Indians captured by Texans and return them to their homes in compliance with a recent treaty. He was awarded a 690-acrea bounty certificate for his participation in the Battle of San Jacinto, which he sold for sixty dollars. Later he received as additional 1,280-acre warrant, which he also sold.
  3. Amon Butler King b: 1807 in Baltimore, MD, organized the Paducah Volunteers from Kentucky, of which he was captain and proceeded to Texas, arriving at Nacogdoches on December 8, 1835. In March of 1836 King and his company were sent from Goliad to Refugio to "rescue" families stranded there in face rancheros, taking part in what is know as the Battle of Refugio. On the morning of March 15, King and his men were captured by rancheros under Garza. They were executed the same day. (see details at The Handbook of Texas Online) [RIP]

Mexican War (9 May 1846-2 Feb 1848)

Total Forces: 78,718 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 7+
Deaths: 13,283 - Known descendants who died: 0
  1. James R. Chenoweth b: 1778-1815 in Perry Co., OH - enlisted as a Private in Captain Warren Filler's Company E, 2d Regiment, Ohio Volunteers, commanded by COL Irwin. His death was caused by various diseases, including diarrhea, that he contracted while on duty in Mexico.
  2. Jesse Cox (spouse) b: December 18, 1826 - served 18 months
  3. Burns Harlan b: February 27, 1824 in Clark Co., IL - Five months after his marriage, Burns went off to the Mexican War. He returned without one leg. The story is told Burns had been left on the battlefield for dead. When he came to his leg was nearly shot off, he severed the muscle with his saber. Determined not to be left to die he started to crawl toward the direction he thought his troops has taken. The next day he was found and picked up by some soldiers. He was taken to Valpariso where the wounded were being shipped home. His wound of course had gangrene in it and he helped to cure it by requesting that they drag him on a rope behind the sailboat. The salt water bath help to restore his health.
  4. Mitchell Campbell Lilley (spouse) b: July 18, 1819 in Greenville, Augusta Co., VA - served as a Captain of Company E, 4th Regiment under Colonel Brough (brother of Governon Brough) in the war with Mexico. His service was from May 10, 1847 until he was mustered out with his company July 18, 1848.
  5. John Henry Parrish b: July 10, 1827 in Perrysville, Vermillion Co., IN - detail not known
  6. Aaron J. Pennington (spouse) b: November 10, 1818 in Philadelphia, PA - in 1846 when COL Martin was recruiting, he served as a Captain of a cavalry company, Humphrey Marshall's Regiment. He fought at Battle of Buena Vista and several other skirmishes.
  7. James Harris Russell (spouse) b: ca 1827 in Illinois - color bearer

Indian Conflicts in the West

  1. Albert Chenoweth b: April 11, 1848 in near Perry, Pike Co., IL - on 14 Aug 1876, at Omaha, NE, he was sworn in as Acting Assistant Surgeon with the US Army in the Department of the Platte, during the campaign against the Northern Cheyenne and Sioux Indians. He was stationed at Ft Robinson, KS from 20 Aug 1876 to 13 Jan 1877 and later at Red Canyon, WY. His contract was annulled on 27 Mar 1877 at Ft Laramie, WY due to the stress of family separation. (Invalid certificate #10803)
  2. Harry Cook "Henry/Harrie" Chenoweth b: November 12, 1849 in Maryland - enlisted on 2 Sep 1869 and was assigned to Captain William Stanley's Company D, 20th US Infantry. On 2 Sep 1874 he was discharged as a Sergeant and re-enlisted that day. During his service was station in the North Dakota Territory at Ft Pembina, Ft Abercrombie, Ft Wadsworth and Ft Lincoln. While at Ft Lincoln he witnessed General George Custer and the 7th Cavalry prepare for their battle with Sitting Bull's Sioux Indians at Little Big Horn on 25 Jun 1876. He was discharged on 1 Sep 1879 at Ft Brown, TX. (Widow's certificate #A-12-2-30)
  3. John Adkinson Chenoweth b: October 1834 in Washington Co., TN - enlisted in 1885 at Lordsburg, New Mexico Territory as a Private in Company F, 1st Regiment. He served in the campaign against Apache Indians and was discharged in 1886 at Lordsburg. (Widow's application #17278)
  4. Joseph Chenoweth b: January 21, 1837 in Vermilion Co., IL - enlisted on April 10, 1860 at McKinney, TX as a Private in CPT G.S. Fitzhugh's Company, COL M.T. Johnson's Regiment, Texas Volunteers. He Fought Comanche Indians in the Oklahoma Territory and was discharged on November 3, 1860 at Dallas, TX.
  5. Somerville "Samuel" Chenoweth b: March 25, 1844 in Scott Co., IA - enlisted on 14 Nov 1866 at Vallejo, CA in K Troop, 8th US Cavalry. He was discharged on 15 Nov 1872 at Ft Mugate, NM.
  6. John Wickliff Fant b: July 06, 1854 in Williamstown, Grant Co., KY - fought in the Sioux and Apache wars and was stationed only 40 miles away when Custer made his now historic stand."

Spanish American War (24 Apr 1898-19 Apr 1901)

Total Forces: 306,760 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 60+
Deaths: 2,446 - Known descendants who died: 2
  1. Glenn Centenial Aiken b: January 01, 1876 in Denton Co., TX
  2. Arthur A. Ashbrook
  3. Roy Wilson Ashbrook b: January 12, 1875 in Somserset, Perry Co., OH - served in the Philipines during the Spanish American War where he lost an eye when a spear was thrown at him. He also served during the occupation in Cuba. He came up throught the ranks and retired as a Colonel.
  4. Paul Brahm – b: May 1879 in Lone Mountain, Grant Co., NM – enlisted on 1 Jun 1898 in the USArmy and was discharged on 14 Aug 1899.
  5. McKendree 'Max' Buhrman b: 1868 in Maryland - died in service in the Philippines [RIP]
  6. Arthur B. Chenoweth b: February 26, 1881 in Huntington Co., IN - enlisted on 10 Aug 1899 as a Private at Ft Wayne, IN. He served with Company M, 31st US Volunteer Infantry. From 28 Nov 1899 to 18 May 1901 he was stationed in the Philippines. He was discharged on 18 Jun 1901 at the Presidio at San Francisco, CA. (Invalid certificate #1228238)
  7. Benjamin Harrison "Harry" Chenoweth b: January 23, 1878 in Indiana - enlisted on 22 Jun 1898 at Winchester, IN, as a Private and was assigned to Company F, 158th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged on 4 Nov 1898 at Camp Mount, IN. (Invalid certificate #1199900)
  8. Bertram Noel Chenoweth b: December 22, 1871 in Sumner Co., KS - enlisted on 15 Jul 1899 and served in the Philippines with Company H, 32d Regiment, US Volunteer Infantry as a Private. During his time in the Philippines he contracted malarial fever and was hospitalized until his discharged on 24 Jun 1901 at Presidio of San Francisco, CA. (Invalid certificate #1258648)
  9. Bruce H. Chenoweth b: September 22, 1875 in Macon Co., IL - served from 7 May 1898 to 16 Oct 1898 as a hospital steward. (Invalid certificate #A-2-26-29)
  10. Charles Milton Chenoweth b: March 16, 1873 in Benton Co., AR - enlisted on 14 May 1898 in the US Army at Joplin, MO. He served as a Private in Company G, 2d Regiment, Missouri Infantry Volunteers. While his unit was encamped in Lexington, KY in Oct 1898, he contracted fever. He was discharged on 1 Mar 1899 at Camp Churchman, GA. (Invalid certificate #A-4-16-27)
  11. Charles S. Chenoweth b: January 19, 1877 in White Co., IN - served in Company M, 3d Nebraska Infantry Regiment. (Invalid certificate #1265727)
  12. Charles W. Blair Chenoweth b: July 20, 1868 in McDonald Co., MO - between 1908-1910 he was in Company I, 2d Regiment, Missouri National Guard Militia with the rank of Captain. During his active service he held the ranks of Private, Corporal and Sergeant. No further information of his service is known.
  13. Claude McFarland Chenoweth b: May 15, 1881 in Carroll Co., IA - served in Company G, 1st Regiment, Nebraska Infantry. (Invalid certificate #A-11-12-27)
  14. Clyde Richmond Chenoweth b: November 07, 1875 in Livingston Co., KY - enlisted on 20 Sep 1899 as a Private in Company F, 40th Infantry Regiment. He was in a number of engagements in the Phillipines and was discharged on 5 May 1901. (Widow's certificate #A-5-2-34)
  15. Frank Leslie Chenoweth b: April 09, 1877 in Clinton Co., MO - served in Company F, 3d Regiment, Missouri Infantry. No further information of his service is known. (Widow's certificate #A-5-20-26)
  16. Franklin B. Chenoweth b: September 05, 1876 in Pee Pee Twp., Pike Co., OH - his gravestone indicates that he was a Private in the 16th Michigan Engineers.
  17. Frederick M. Chenoweth b: February 08, 1875 in Indiana - enlisted in the US Army on 29 Sep 1896 at Ft Meade, SD. He served, as a Corporal, with Troop H, 8th Regiment, US Cavalry prior to his discharge on 28 Sep 1899 at Puerto Princip, Cuba. (Widow's certificate #A-8-1-28)
  18. George E. Chenoweth b: May 23, 1878 in Maryland - enlisted on 2 Aug 1899 as a Private in Company D, 27th US Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged on1 Apr 1901. He re-enlisted 2 more times, in the Coast Artillery and was discharged a final time on 24 Jun 1907. (Invalid certificate #A-10-13-26)
  19. Harry Wood Chenoweth b: June 30, 1879 in Maryland - enlisted on 3 Jul 1899 at Baltimore, MD as a Private in Troop F, 8th US Cavalry. He was discharged on 2 Jul 1902 at St. Louis, MO. He is buried in Section 33, Grave 5224, Arlington National Cemetery (Invalid certificate #1209377)
  20. Howard Jefferson Chenoweth b: June 06, 1875 in Maryland - enlisted on 14 May 1898 at Camp Wilmer, MD as a Private in Company L, 5th Regiment, Maryland Infantry, commanded by COL Cole. He was a waggoner during his time in service and was discharged on 22 Oct 1898 when his company mustered out at 5th Regiment Armory at Baltimore, MD. (Invalid certificate #1238768)
  21. James Breckenridge Chenoweth b: October 26, 1868 in Arkansas - enlisted on 1 May 1898 at Tacoma, WA and served as a Corporal and Sergeant in Company K, 1st Regiment, Washington Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged on 31 Aug 1899 at the Presidio at San Francisco, CA. His brother, William M., enlisted in the same unit the day before James did. (Invalid certificate #1222533)
  22. James Garfield Chenoweth b: September 13, 1881 in Texas
  23. James V. Chenoweth b: November 29, 1879 in Pike Co., IL - enlisted on 22 Sep 1903 at Kiowa, KS as a Private. He was discharged on 30 Jun 1905 at Ft McDowell, CA after serving in Company K, 13th Regiment, US Infantry. He re-enlisted the next day as a Sergeant in the same unit, commanded by COL A.C. Markley. In Jun 1907 he contracted "Dangree Fever" at Ft McKinley, Phillipines and was discharged on 30 Jun 1908 at Ft Leavenworth, KS. (Invalid certificate #1154629)
  24. Joseph Chenoweth b: April 18, 1881 in Tippecanoe Co., IN - enlisted on 7 Mar 1899 in Indianapolis, IN as a musician with Captain Miles' Company M, 14th Infantry Regiment. While serving in Manila, Philippines, on 15 Nov 1899, he contracted malarial fever and dysentery due to exposure. He was discharged on 6 Mar 1902 at Ft Niagara, NY. (Widow's certificate #971428)
  25. Joseph Smith Chenoweth b: September 01, 1875 in Beverley, Randolph Co., WV - enlisted in the US Marine Corps on 13 Nov 1901 in Baltimore, MD. He served in the Phillipine Islands aboard the U.S.S. New Orleans, at Mare Island, CA and at Pittsburgh, PA. He was discharged on 12 Nov 1905 at Pittsburgh, PA with the rank of Sergeant. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC. (Invalid certificate #A-4-2-28)
  26. Lee Roy Chenoweth b: June 22, 1874 in Tarrant Co., TX - enlisted 20 Jun 1898 at Greenville, TX as a Private in Company B, 3d Regiment, Texas Infantry. He was discharged 8 Dec 1898 as a Corporal at Ft Bliss, TX. (Invalid certificate #A-2-4-29)
  27. Lloyd Emerson Chenoweth b: October 17, 1874 in Oregon – served in USArmy with the rank of Private in Company K, 2nd Div Engineers. He is buried in Section 151, Row E, Site 7, Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.
  28. Merril Martin Chenoweth b: August 02, 1879 in Tippecanoe Co., IN - enlisted on 7 Jul 1899 at Kankalee, IL in Company L, 3d Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged as underage in Aug 1899. He re-enlisted on 11 Sep 1899 in LaFayette, IN with Company A, 45th Regiment, US Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged on 15 Oct 1899 at Ft Snelling, MN as "unsuitable for service." (Invalid application #1403395)
  29. Rea Chenoweth b: March 12, 1876 in Madison Co., OH - served as a First Sergeant with Company E, 3d Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Later he was promoted from First Lieutenant to Captain with Company L, 4th Regiment, Ohio National Guard. (Invalid certificate #A-6-25-29)
  30. Robert S. Chenoweth b: ca: 1868 in Maryland - 1st Lieutenan. 1St regiment, Marylabd Infantry.
  31. Stark R. Chenoweth b: June 1873 in Randolph Co., WV
  32. William Hall Chenoweth, Jr. b: July 26, 1868 in Illinois - enlisted in 1885 and spent 40 years in the Illinois National Guard, taking a break to enlist on 26 Apr 1898 for active service. He saw duty in Cuba with the old "Dandy First" and was discharged on 17 Nov 1898 with the rank of Captain. He also served on active duty during World War I. He was the last survining charter member and a past President of the Illinois Commandery of the Naval and Military Order of the Spanish-American War. (Invalid certificate #A-7-10-28)
  33. William M. Chenoweth b: March 23, 1871 in Arkansas - enlisted in the US Army on 30 Apr 1898 at Camp Rodgers, WA, as a Sergeant in Company K, 1st Regiment, Washington Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged on 9 Oct 1898 at the Presidio at San Francisco, CA. His brother, James Breckenridge, enlisted in the same unit the day after William did. (Invalid certificate #A-3-17-27)
  34. Thomas Jefferson Collett b: February 21, 1872 in Randolph Co., WV - no information is known about his service.
  35. Zan Futlz Collette b: September 15, 1867 in Randolph Co., WV - served as a Captain in Company E, 1st Regiment, West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. No further information is known about his service.
  36. Benton C. Decker (spouse) b: Abt. 1868 in New York - Lieutenant US Navy. Also served in the First World War.
  37. John William Deremiahb: March 22, 1877 in Indiana - no information is known about his service.
  38. Edward Alexander Fetters b: January 08, 1875 in Huntington Co., IN - served as a Private in Co. K, 160th Regiment, Indiana Infantry. Also served in WWI
  39. James Jefferson Fisher b: September 14, 1876 in Clinton Co., IN - served in the Philippine Islands
  40. Benjamin Henry Giles (spouse) b: 1873 in Roane Co, WV
  41. Jay Lewis Harrod (spouse) b: November 1870 in Ohio - served with Company F, 2nd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry
  42. James Hoover (spouse) b: January 21, 1877 in Ohio
  43. George Walter Hopkins b: June 18, 1875 in Clark Co., OH
  44. Frank Chenoweth Humphrey b: August 16, 1877 in Louisa Co., IA - served with 51st Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry in Philippines betwen 1898-1899
  45. Elmer Darlington Jefferis b: June 24, 1874 in Darke Co., OH
  46. Oliver Otis Johnson b: September 05, 1874 in Hall, Morgan Co., IN
  47. Charles Henry McCarroll (spouse) b: December 15, 1876 in Brucetown, Frederick Co., VA - served as a non-commissioned officer in Company H of the 1st West Virginia Volunteer Infantry.
  48. Charles Roscoe McCormick b: c 1876 in Ford Co., IN, died in service [RIP]
  49. John Edward Offner b: April 15, 1878 in Keyser, Mineral Co., WV
  50. Harry W. Pollick (spouse) b: 1885 in Ohio
  51. Walter Chenoweth Rennix b: November 11, 1875 in West Virginia - Company F, 1st West Virginia Infantry Regiment
  52. William Sherman Ritter b: November 16, 1864 in Perry, Pike Co., IL - Listed by the Defense Department as having served, but the record of his service have been misplaced.
  53. Frank A. Rowan b: February 12, 1872 - 1st Regiment, West Virginia Infantry
  54. Henry William Rutherford b: July 14, 1870 in Virginia - served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Yankee, 1898
  55. Henry Herbert Sawyer b: August 24, 1876 - served in Company L, 3rd Regiment, Missouri Volunteer Infantry
  56. Oliver Roscoe Seaton b: November 18, 1872 in Indiana - served in th US Navy 1898-1902
  57. Harry Garfield Springfield (spouse) b: January 22, 1882 in Connecticut
  58. Charles Lee Weymouth b: June 17, 1876 in West Virginia
  59. James Kenner Whitaker b: August 04, 1875 in Indiana
  60. Walter Coburn Whitaker b: April 30, 1874 in Lewisville, Morgan Co., IN

First World War (6 Apr 1917-28 Jun 1919)

Total Forces: 4,734,991 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 337+
Deaths: 11,516 - Known descendants who died: 20
  1. Alden Benton Abbey b: October 02, 1891 Elk City, Lincoln Co., OR (died January 11, 1918 in FRANCE) [RIP]
  2. Alvin James Adams b: September 04, 1896 - killed in action March 29, 1919 in Savenay, FRANCE
  3. Charles Thomas Adams b: October 13, 1891 in Fayette Co., WV
  4. Elbert Alexander b: July 20, 1889 in Cottonwood, Idaho Co., ID (died in service) [RIP]
  5. Franklin Marshall Appling b: October 14, 1885 in Guadalupe Co., TX
  6. Harvey Appling b: September 06, 1888 in Kingsbury, Guadalupe Co., TX
  7. John Rayburn Appling b: February 11, 1890 in Guadalupe Co., TX
  8. Leo Addison Appling b: October 04, 1895 in Luling, Caldwell Co., TX
  9. Louis Bryan Appling b: December 04, 1897 in Guadalupe Co., TX
  10. Robert Leslie Appling b: August 08, 1899 in Guadalupe Co., TX
  11. William P. Appling b: January 1898 in Guadalupe Co., TX (died training at Camp Bowie, TX when a trench mortar exploded on May 08, 1918) [RIP]
  12. Eugene Brown Ashbrook b: January 1894 in Licking Co., OH, died January 30, 1919 in France (died in service) [RIP]
  13. Harley Edmund Banks b: May 04, 1893 - First Lieutenant, awarded Distinguished Service Cross for bravery during St. Mihiel Drive.
  14. David Eldridge Barnes, Jr. b: October 09, 1895 in Wichita, Wichita Co., KS - Called to servive in June of 1918, assigned to Company k, 133rd Infantry, 34th Division. Sent overseas to France and transferred into 77th Division. Sent to the front via the Argonne Forest reaching the battleline November the 12th, the day after the Armistice was signed. Served on Military Police until discahrged on July 15, 1919.
  15. David Barry, Jr. b: January 05, 1895 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  16. Herbert B. Bartholf (spouse) b:August 03, 1895 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL - 30 Oct 1918 While on patrol Lieutenant H. B. Bartholf and William T. Ponder were attacked near Aincreville by five Fokkers. In a running engagement they succeeded in shooting one Fokker down near Bois de Barricourt (confirmed) and managed to regain our lines. On 8 Mar 1919 First Lieutenant Herbert B. Bartholf, formerly 103rd Aero Squadron, awarded Distinguished Service Cross for action near Baalon, France, 4 Nov 1918.
  17. Paul Clinton Bartsch b: January 17, 1897 in W. Jefferson, Madison Co., OH – served in USNavy on USS Steuben (a converted German ship).
  18. Harry Nelson Bell (spouse) b: February 27, 1895 in Nebraska
  19. James Burt Bell b: July 27, 1889 in Columbus, Lowndes Co., MS
  20. John T. Bicknell (spouse) b: May 11, 1896 in Nebraska
  21. Arthur J. Binnegar b: January 08, 1887 in Loblolly Swamp near Geneva, Adams Co., IN
  22. Philip Blakely b: c 1898 in Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., OH - enlisted 5 Apr 1917 in US Army. Rose to rank of Sergeant, served with: Troop H 5 Cavalry to 2 Aug 1917; Troop B 5 Cavalry to 25 Aug 1917; Troop H 5 Cavalry to 25 Apr 1918; Headquarters Detachment 2 Cavalry to Brigade to 8 Sept 1918; Headquarters Troop 38 Division to 8 Nov 1918; Headquarters Troop 3 Division.
  23. Roscoe Cleveland Bland b: August 21, 1887 - Field Artillery Company B., 26th Division
  24. I.V. Blankenship b: October 27, 1881 in Texas - Field Artillery - 1st Division (HC 7)
  25. Ephraim Fremont Bowen b: January 15, 1892
  26. Isadore August Breckler b: September 20, 1896 in Auglaize twp, Paulding Co., OH - enlisted on April 27, 1918 at Columbus Barracks, OH in the USArmy. He served from September 23, 1918 to February 3, 1919 with the American-European Force in the Defensive Sector. During his time in service he would serve with 2 M Company Coast Artillery Corps until August 24, 1918; Separate Automatic Replacement Draft Coast Artillery Corp, New Bedford, Ft Rodman, MA until November 5, 1918; Battery E, 51st Artillery Coast Artillery Corps until his honorable discharge on February 2, 1919.
  27. Ira Francis Brown b: January 22, 1896 in Missouri, Benton Co., MO - died October 13, 1918 in France [RIP]
  28. John Buford Brown (spouse) b: April 14, 1896 in Calhoun, Benton Co., MO - US Army
  29. William Henry Burkhalter b: September 23, 1891, Lafayette, IN
  30. Alvin Claire Canfield b: February 07, 1892 in West Virginia - Private, Company A, 112th Engineers, 37th Divison
  31. Sayle Hall Carnal (spouse) b: June 1897 in Wellston, Jackson Co., OH - enlisted and his unit was mobilized on 18 July 1917, and he was given then rank of Private, 37th Division, Company H, 3rd Infantry ONG. His unit was assigned as Company H, 148th Infantry of the 74th Infantry Brigade. Sayle was promoted to Corporal on 16 May 1918, and served within the same unit. Sayle saw major WWI action as part of the American expedition Forces 22 June 1918 through 26 December 1918, in France at Meuse-Argonne, Ypres-Lys Defensive Sector. He was severely wounded in action on 4 November 1918, by multiple machine gun wounds to stomach. Family lore indicates wounds were inflicted by accidental friendly fire, but requires confirmation. More lore: He lay in battlefield for many hours before being discovered. Battlefield surgery anethesia was "gas" which caused severe lung damage and sometime later led to tuberculosis. Lore indicated Sayle was rehabilitated at an Army hospital north of Columbus Ohio. Research indicates a likelihood the hospital was later designated as a Veteran's Hospital that still stands in 2009. Sayle was awarded the Purple Heart #54243, and was honorable discharged 21 February 1919. [story by grandson Jay Michael Carnal]
  32. Leora Carter (spouse) b: January 03, 1893 in Greenfield, Adair Co., MO - died in service, September 12, 1918, Argon Forrest, France [RIP]
  33. Addison Harrison Chenoweth b: July 15, 1891 in Marshall Co., IN - enlisted on 20 Jul 1914 at Indianapolis, IN. He served as a farrier (horse shoer) with Company F, 4th US Cavalry School Detachment, Veterinary Corps with the rank of Private. He was discharged as a Sergeant on 22 Aug 1919 at Schofield Barracks, HI at the end of his enlistment and re-enlisted the next day, 23 Aug 1919. He was discharged in Hawaii on 23 Aug 1920 at the end of his enlistment. (Invalid application #1604782)
  34. Albert Henry Chenoweth b: September 19, 1896 in California - joined the Marines and served in the Belleau Woods campaign, and at some time during the war, he was a victim of mustard gas.
  35. Albert Wayne Chenoweth b: October 13, 1892 in Nocona, Montague Co., TX - US Army.
  36. Alfred Leonard "Len" Chenoweth b: August 2, 1896 in Garrison, Baltimore Co., MD – served as Private with the USMarine Corps. After being a prisoner at Philadelphia, PA he was dishonorably discharged on 26 Apr 1917. On 28 Aug 1918 he was inducted in the USArmy as a Private. He was assigned to Company B, 304th Battalion, Tank C in September 1918 and was honorably discharged on 16 May 1919. His brothers, William Edward and Joshua Gent also served.
  37. Alfred S. Chenoweth b: May 31, 1897 - enlisted in US Army and served in France.
  38. Allen Raymond Chenoweth b: September 04, 1887 in Morgan Co., IN - no information is known about his service.
  39. Alva Elmer Chenoweth b: October 21, 1894 in Douglas Co., KS - Private in the 74th Service Squadron
  40. Andrew Glenn Chenoweth b: January 11, 1889 in Fullerton, NE - enlisted in May 1917 with the 4th Nebraska Infantry National Guard. He spent most of his service at Camp Cody, NM and Ft Bliss, TX. He was discharged in 1919.
  41. Arthur Chenoweth b: January 1890 in California - Army Air Corp.
  42. Arthur Bert Chenoweth b: September 19, 1893 in Pennville, Jay Co., IN
  43. Arthur Shamberger Chenoweth b: July 10, 1884 in Trinidad, Las Animas Co., CO
  44. Beach Mead Chenoweth b: July 22, 1887 in Jefferson Co., AL - enlisting on 19 Jun 1917, he served as a LtJG (Lieutenant Junior Grade) in the US Navy until he was discharged on 8 Feb 1919.
  45. Carl Chenoweth b: 1880's in Darke Co., OH - died in servive: September 13, 1918, France [RIP]
  46. Carl Fletcher Chenoweth b: October 30, 1896 in Darke Co., OH - enlisted in the US Navy in 1913 and was still on active duty in 1925.
  47. Charles Augustus Chenoweth b: January 07, 1879 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona Territory
  48. Charles Everett Chenoweth b: July 09, 1885 in Auglaize Co., OH - enlisted in the USArmy on 2 Oct 1914 at Ft Douglas, Salt Lake City, UT and served as a Sergeant until 18 May 1917. He accepted a commission on 19 May 1917 and served as a Captain in the 363d Infantry Regiment; Presidio of San Francisco, CA; and Camp Lewis, WA. From 6 Jul 1918 to 13 Feb 1919 he served with the American Expeditionary Forces in Meuse-Argonne. While seeing action in the Forest of Argonne, France from 29-30 Sep 1918, he received the Distinguished Service Cross, for extraordinary heroism. "Though severely wounded, he remained at his post until he had issued the necessary orders to his company enabling them to hold their position, thus thwarting an enemy attack."
  49. Charles Everette Chenoweth b: June 01, 1890 in Benton Co., IA - enlisted on 12 Aug 1918 as a First Lieutenant in the Medical Corps, US Army. He served at the base hospital in Nantes, France from 13 Nov 1918 to 11 Jul 1919. He was discharged on 26 Jul 1919 at Camp Grant, IL with the rank of Captain.
  50. Charles Johnson Chenworth b: September 15, 1878 in Maryland. - Rose to the rank of Colonel in the Corps of Engineers (Also served WWII).
  51. Charles Wesley Chenoweth, Jr. b: April 05, 1897 in Todd Co., MN
  52. Chauncy Jake Chenoweth b: March 25, 1897 in Morgan Co., IN - served in the US Army.
  53. Clyde Garfield Chenoweth b: May 14, 1892 in Sonoma Co., CA - served as an aviator with the rank of Second Lieutenant. No further information about his service is known.
  54. Conrad Chandler Chenoweth b: December 11, 1885 in Montgomery Co., KS - served in the US Marine Corps as a Private.
  55. Curtis Worth Chenoweth b: September 21, 1879 in Gilmer Co., WV - joined the US Army as a Chaplain with the rank of First Lieutenant. He was assigned to the 302d Massachusetts Field Artillery.
  56. David Edward Chenoweth b: March 2, 1893in Missouri – enlisted 22 Jul 1918 in USArmy. Served with 164th Deployment Brigade as a Private First Class.
  57. Doral Park Chenoweth b: May 28, 1893 in Reedy, Roane Co., WV
  58. Earl C. Chenoweth b: August 13, 1893 in Fulton Co., IL – enlisted 25 May 1918 in USArmy. Served as a Private with the 163rd Deployment Brigade until 14 Jun 1918 and was overseas with Co K, 351st Infantry until his discharge on 31 May 1919.
  59. Earl Slyvester Chenoweth b: June 13, 1895 in Wells Co., IN - Served in US Navy
  60. Earl Warden Chenoweth b: August 04, 1895 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA
  61. Edgar Eugene 'Bob' Chenoweth b: April 05, 1897 in Todd Co., MN
  62. Edward Wallace Chenoweth b: June 18, 1891 in Brown Co., IL
  63. Edwin Robinson Chenoweth b: October 06, 1898 in Indiana - enlisted in the US Army and served as a Sergeant First Class with the 82d, 125th and 494th Aero Squadrons.
  64. Elmer Ancil Chenoweth b: December 1892 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO - served US Navy.
  65. Elmer Thomas Chenoweth b: February 17, 1887 in Manning, Carroll Co., IA - served as a Corporal in the US Army.
  66. Ephraim Bowen Chenoweth b: December 18, 1878 in Eminence, Morgan Co., IN - a medical doctor, commanded the first motorized mobile army sugical hospital during WWI, serving in the Marne area of France
  67. Erastus M. Chenoweth b: June 1859 in Ohio - it is reported that he served in World War I, but he would have been in his late 50's by that time. He died 6/4/1918 during war. [RIP]
  68. Ernest Clay Chenoweth b: May 31, 1892 in Adams Co., OH
  69. Ernest Elihu Chenoweth b: December 27, 1874 in Darke Co., OH - enlisted on 26 Jun 1901 as a Private in Company F, 2d Indiana Infantry. He spent most of his adult life in the Indiana National Guard attaining the rank of Major. He entered active duty as a Captain on 7 Aug 1917. After several canceled deployments, his unit arrived in France as the war ended. He was discharged on 2 May 1919 at Camp Meade, MD.
  70. Fleming McLean Chenoweth b: July 8, 1890 in West Virginia – served in US Army as a Private.
  71. Frank Larkin Chenoweth b: November 24, 1897 in Newark, New Jersey - served with the Red Cross in the Transportation Port of France from Jul 1918 to Feb 1919. He also served in World War I. His son, Harold Richard, would also serve in the Second World War and a grandson, Peter Clinton, would serve in VietNam.
  72. Fred V. Chenoweth b: Abt. 1900 in Noble Co., OK
  73. George Crawford Chenoweth b: June 17, 1892 in Henry Co., TN - Tennessee Battalion D, 114 Field Artillery
  74. George Davidson Chenoweth b: November 05, 1873 in Sonoma Co., CA - served in the Canadian Armed Forces and was wounded at Arras, France.
  75. George Franklin Chenoweth b: December 5, 1887 in Baltimore Co., MD – He was inducted on 24 Jun 1918 as a Private in the USArmy. He was assigned to Company E, 11th Ammunition Train and was honorably discharged on 14 Dec 1918. He is buried in the Baltimore National Cemetery, Maryland.
  76. George Leroy Chenoweth b: January 10, 1899 in Baltimore Co., MD – He was inducted as a Private in the Senior Air Training Corps on October 7, 1918 while enrolled at the University of Illinois. He was honorably discharged on December 21, 1918.
  77. George Washington Chenoweth b: July 01, 1897 in Baltimore Co., MD
  78. Glenn Bennett Chenoweth b: February 1892 in Clinton, Missoula Co., MT
  79. Guy William Chinowth b: August 28, 1899 in Johnson City, TN - served in the US Army from 1915 to 1919. He was gassed during the war and developed tuberculosis, which later caused his death.
  80. Halford M. Chenoweth b: May 26, 1895 in Franklin Co., OH - enlisted in the US Army on 23 Jul 1918 at Columbus, OH. He was a Corporal in the 158th Depot Brigade and was discharged on 22 Feb 1919.
  81. Harry Arthur Chenoweth b: August 06, 1895 in Fort Bend, TX - served in France
  82. Harry Bond Chenoweth b: December 16, 1900 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH
  83. Harry D. Chenoweth b: March 06, 1887 in Huntington Co., IN - no service information is known.
  84. Harry Hobbs Chenoweth b: October 1892 in Pennsylvania - October 4, 1892 in Pennsylvania – served in the USNavy. Harry graduated from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1915. He was appointed to the Pennsylvania Naval Reserves on 9 Jul 1920. He also served in Second World War and would attain the rank of Commander in the Naval Reserves.
  85. Harry Hambleton Chenoweth b: December 11, 1894 in Stevenson, Baltimore Co., MD – He was inducted in the USArmy on September 28, 1917 as a Private. He was promoted to Private First Class on September 29, 1917 and Corporal on May 28, 1917. He was assigned to Company D, 313th Infantry and Company A, 307th Ammunition Train. He was honorably discharged on May 23, 1919 after serving in the Marbache Sector; St Mihiel and Melise-Argonne within the European Theater.
  86. Harry Walter Chenoweth b: December 25, 1892 in Pullman, Whitman Co., WA
  87. Homer Eldon Chenoweth b: November 04, 1888 in Indiana - enlisted on 1 Aug 1918 and was overseas with the American Expeditionary Forces from 28 Oct 1918 to 2 Jul 1919. During his enlistment he was with Company C at Camp Wheeler, GA (1 Aug-19 Aug 1918), 123d Field Hospital, 106th Sanitary Train (20 Aug 1918-23 Mar 1919), the Medical Detachment Convalescent Battalion (24 Mar-11 Jun 1919) and Camp Hospital #110 till he was discharged on 9 Jul 1919.
  88. Howard Crawford Chenoweth b: November 18, 1891 in Nevada, Collin Co., TX
  89. Hubert Bodwell "Burt" Chenoweth b: October 13, 1897 in Illinois - on 18 Sep 1918, while serving as a Hospital Apprentice, Seaman 2d Class, in the US Naval Reserves at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, MI he contracted and died from influenza. [RIP]
  90. James George Chenoweth b: October 1883 in Allegany Co., MD
  91. James Nelson Chenoweth b: March 2, 1886 in Ashland, Baltimore Co., MD – He enlisted as a Private in the USMarine Corps. He was promoted to Corporal on 11 Oct 1917 and Sergeant on 3 Jan 1918. He was honorably discharged on 5 Feb 1919.
  92. James William Chenoweth b: January 21, 1886 in Baltimore City, MD – He was inducted as a Private in the USArmy on 20 Jul 1918. He was assigned to HQ, 11th Field Artillery and HQ Company, 31st Field Artillery. He was honorably discharged on 6 Dec 1918.
  93. Jesse E. Chenoweth b: February 29, 1896 in Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS
  94. John A. Chenoweth b: March 15, 1896 in Oregon
  95. John Albert Chenoweth b: August 07, 1889 in Missouri - served as a Surgeon and later was with the Army of Occupation. No further service information is known.
  96. John Carl Chenoweth b: August 17, 1895 in Adams Co., OH - enlisted in the US Army as a Private on 26 Jun 1918. He was assigned to Company I, 334th Infantry until 6 Oct 1918 and Company K, 18th Infantry until his discharge on 24 Sept 1919. He served within the European Theater in Meuse-Argonne with the American Expeditionary Forces from 2 Sep 1918 to 4 Sep 1919.
  97. John Donald Chenoweth b: June 07, 1895 in Texas - buried Los Angeles National Cemetery
  98. John Earl Chenoweth b: February 2, 1899 in Maryland – born George Eisenhart, he borrowed his friend’s identification to enlist. He liked the name and kept it and served in the US Army.
  99. John Franklin Chenoweth b: November 24, 1869 in Indiana - making a career in the US Army as a Chaplain, he was commissioned on 12 Sep 1907 and was promoted to Captain on 1 Dec 1917 and Major on 19 May 1919. He was assigned to 4th Infantry on 1 Dec 1917; Training School for Chaplains on 31 Dec 1918; Ft Slocum Recruit Depot (NY) until 28 Jan 1920; Office Director of War Plans Division until his discharge. During his career he was assigned duties in Washington, DC; Camp Taylor, KY; Camp Sherman, OH, Camp Grant, IL; Jefferson Barracks, MO; 1st Cavalry Division at Ft Bliss, TX; and Ft Shafter, HI. He was honorably discharged on 30 Jun 1920 from his emergency Commission and reverted to Regular Army status as a Captain. When he retired on 12 Sep 1927, he had attained the rank of LTC and was seventh in rank among Army Chaplains.
  100. John Hayes Chenoweth b: June 1887 in Oregon - US Navy (submarine)
  101. John Marion Chenoweth b: October 1895 in Harrisburg, Franklin Co., OH – enlisted on 6 Oct 1917 in Columbus, OH with the USArmy as a Private. He was assigned to Battery E, 324th Field Artillery until 28 Jun 1918 and Motor Truck Company #468, Motor Supply Train #417 until his honorable discharge on 24 Sep 1919. He served with American Expeditionary Forces from 12 Jun 1918 to 19 Sep 1919 in the Aisne-Marne.
  102. John Martin Chenoweth b: December 10, 1899 in Marshall Co., WV
  103. Joseph Harrison Chenoweth b: March 4, 1889 in Charles Hill, Tippecanoe Co., IN – enlisted 13 Dec 1917 in USArmy. He served with Deployment Co I, Signal C until 21 Dec 1917. He was with 6th Forward Signal Battalion as a Corporal until his discharge on 10 Jun 1919. He was stationed overseas from 7 Jul 1918 until his discharge.
  104. Joshua Gent Chenowethb: July 1899 in Garrison, Baltimore Co., MD - He enlisted in the USArmy as a Private. He was promoted to Private First Class on 14 Jun 1918 and Corporal on 19 Sep 1918. He was assigned to D Battery, 12th Field Artillery in the Toulon Sector, Aisne; Chateau-Thierry Sector, Aisne-Marne; Marbache Sector and Limey Sector, St Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne within the European Theater. His brothers, William Edward and Alfred Leroy also served.
  105. JW Chenowethb: April 16, 1898 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX
  106. Karl Fletcher Chenoweth b: October 30, 1895 in Hollansburg, Darke Co., OH - enlisted in the US Navy in 1913 and was still on active duty in 1925.
  107. Karl James Chenoweth b: June 25, 1901 in Brown Co., IL
  108. Kenneth Elliot Chenoweth b: May 01, 1891 in Gilmer Co., WV - served as a non-commissioned officer in the US Army with Battery A, 314th Field Artillery. No further service information is known.
  109. Laurence Haskell Chenoweth b: May 4, 1891 in Cook Co., IL – enlisted in USNavy on 24 Jul 1918. He was discharged on 27 Jan 1919 as a Seaman 2nd Class.
  110. Lawrence Benjamin Chenoweth b: August 24, 1891 in Baltimore City, MD – He served as a Private in the Emergency Red Cross while in the Senior Air Training Corps at John Hopkins Medical School. He was discharged on December 10, 1918.
  111. Leland Adelbert Chenoweth b: February 22, 1891 in Sonoma Co., CA - served as a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps. No further service information is known.
  112. Leland Edmind Chinowth b: September 30, 1897 in Greenfield, IL – enlisted 5 Feb 1918 in USArmy. He served as a cook with Camp Hospital #49 and was discharged on 17 Jun 1919.
  113. Leon Raymond Chenoweth b: June 12, 1899 in Illinois - served with an evacuation hospital camp in Medical Corps - 15 mos.abroad, 11 in France and 4 with Army occupation in Germany.
  114. Lewis Harold Chenoweth b: October 22, 1899 in Delaware, OH – enlisted on 3 Jul 1918 at Cincinnati, OH in the USNavy Reserve Forces. He was called to active duty on 4 Jul 1918 and was at the Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, IL from 4-27 Jul 1918. He was assigned to the Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, VA until 16 Aug 1918; USS Minnesota until 13 Sep 1918; Receiving Ship Philadelphia, PA until 18 Sep 1918; Naval Hospital, League Island, PA until 3 Oct 1918; Receiving Ship Philadelphia, PA until 4 Nov 1918; and SS Wampum until 11 Nov 1918. A Seaman 2d Class, he was released on 26 Feb 1919 and given an honorable discharge on 20 Sep 1921 due to "lack of funds".
  115. Lewis T. Chenoweth b: June 12, 1887 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted in the US Army on 16 Mar 1918. He served with the American Expeditionary Forces in France from 26 Aug 1918 to 23 May 1919. He was discharged at Camp Meade, MD on 12 Jun 1919.
  116. Lingard Grant "Lawrence/Dick" Chenoweth b: February 4, 1894 in Fullerton, MD – He served in the USArmy. He was inducted on 29 Sep 1917 as a Private and was promoted to Private First Class on 15 Feb 1919. He was assigned to Company A, 313th Infantry in October 1917 and Company A, 326th Infantry. He was honorably discharged on 11 Jun 1919. From 29 Apr 1918 to 29 May 1919 he served in Lucey Sector, Marbache Sector, St Mihiel, and Meuse-Argonne within the European Theater.
  117. Louis Alexander Chenoweth b: September 01, 1893 in Kansas - enlisting in the US Army as a First Lieutenant, he had responsibilities for arranging transportation of troops to and from Europe.
  118. Lowell Wesley Chenoweth b: May 09, 1901 in Ohio - enlisted in the US Army for 5 years, four of which he served overseas.
  119. Marcine Elliott Chenoweth b: September 07, 1895 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  120. Marshall G. Chenoweth b: December 1894 in Indiana
  121. Matthew Lawrence Chenoweth b: May 28, 1896 in Madison Co., OH - enlisted in the US Army as a First Lieutenant. He served with the 329th Infantry and the 308th Motor Supply Train at Camp Sherman, OH; Camp Merritt, NJ; and was with the American Expeditionary Forces from 12 Jun 1918 to 29 Apr 1919. He was discharged on 11 May 1919.
  122. Max Alexander Chenoweth b: August 03, 1889 in Madison Co., OH - enlisted on 26 Apr 1918 in the National Army. He served in 158th Depot Brigade until 3 May 1918; Company B, 332d Infantry until 24 Jan 1919; and Headquarters Company, 332d Infantry until his discharge on 5 May 1919. From 8 Jul 1918 to 14 Apr 1919 he was with the American Expeditionary Forces at the Vittoria-Veneto Defensive Sector.
  123. Okey Ray Chenoweth b: December 06, 1895 in Zackville, WV - was inducted into the US Army on 28 May 1918. He was assigned to Company G, 9th Battery, 154th Depot Brigade, 313th Infantry. On 8 Jul 1918 he went overseas and served in the Avocourt Sector. While fighting in France he contracted pneumonia and died there on 25 Sep 1918. [RIP]
  124. Olen Edgar Chenoweth b: December 04, 1878 in London, Madison Co., OH – He was commission as a 1st Lieutenant in the Medical Corps on 19 Dec 1917 from his reserve commission of Captain. During his time in the US Army he was stationed at Ft Riley, KS; Chicago, IL; Camp Taylor, KY; and Camp Merritt, NJ. He was with the American Expeditionary Forces overseas from 6 Sep 1918 to 3 Aug 1919. He was honorably discharged on 27 Aug 1919.
  125. Oliver A. Chenoweth b: July 26, 1897 in Fresno Co., CA - died July 07, 1920 Stateside from wounds received in FRANCE. Served with the 3rd Oregon Regiment and fought in engagements at Chateau Thierry, Voux Castelle, and Viezy. In this latter battle Oliver was wounded, hospitalized and sent home to recover, which he never did. [RIP]
  126. Oliver Edwin Chenoweth b: February 12, 1898 in New York
  127. Opie Conrad Chenoweth b: March 08, 1899 in Ohio - served in the US Army as a Private.
  128. Orda Kee Chenoweth b: February 23, 1893 in Gilmer Co., WV - No information is known about his service other than at the war's end he was at Camp Lee, VA.
  129. Orval Lyle Chenoweth b: March 27, 1899 in Iowa
  130. Orval Miles Chenoweth b: January 1896 in Kansas
  131. Orville Cleveland Chenoweth b: October 7, 1893 in Washington Co., TN - No information is known about his service other than he served in the US Army.
  132. Oscar Ivan Chenoweth b: July 02, 1892 in Martin Co., IN - served in the US Army as a Second Lieutenant with 102d Infantry Division and while in France he was with the 9th Infantry, 2d Division. Awarded the Silver Star and Croix de Guerre. Oscar died in service during the Second World War.
  133. Paul Gladstone Chenoweth b: January 06, 1898 in Reynolds, White Co., IN
  134. Peter Edward Chenoweth b: February 8, 1895 in Baynesville, MD – enlisted in the USNaval Reserve Forces on 25 Jul 1917 as an Apprentice Seaman. He was promoted to Seaman 2d Class on 4 Oct 1917. During his time in service he served on board the USS Antigone; USS Sylvia; and US Sub Chaser #423. He was inactivated on 12 Jul 1919.
  135. Philip G. Chenoweth b: February 6, 1897 in Towson, Baltimore Co., MD – He was inducted as a Private in the USArmy on 26 Aug 1918. He was assigned to Company I, 72d Infantry and was honorably discharged on 29 Jan 1919.
  136. Ray Richard Chenoweth b: January 23, 1897 in Eugene, Lane Co., OR - Served as a Wagoner in Battery B, 146th Field Artillery Regiment. Saw action at Champagni-Marne, Aisne-Marne, St Michiel & Meuse-Argonne: (July 3, 1916-Jan 26, 1917 & March 26, 1917-June 26, 1919)
  137. Raymond Earl Chenoweth b: April 29, 1887 in Sonoma Co., CA – served in the USArmy from 10 Jun 1917-8 Aug 1919, attaining the rank of Sergeant in Company E, 4th Engineers, 4th Division. He is buried in Section Y, Site 891, Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA.
  138. Rice B. Chenoweth b: September 26, 1895 in Clinton Co., MO - enlisted in the US Army and served as a Staff Sergeant with the 128th Field Artillery, 35th Division. He was discharged in 1919.
  139. Richard Fletcher Chenoweth b: November 26, 1892 in Missouri - information about his service comes from his gravestone that indicates he was a Seaman 2d Class in the US Naval Reserve Fleet.
  140. Robert Carey Chenoweth b: January 12, 1899 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
  141. Robert Newton Chenoweth b: January 12, 1898 in Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS
  142. Robert Stillwell 'Bob' Chenoweth b: July 01, 1897 in Marshall, Clark Co., IL
  143. Rolland George Chenoweth b: January 12, 1898 in Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS - "Kansas SFC Ordnance Department"
  144. Roy Boyd Chenoweth b: May 14, 1889 in Bates Co., MO – enlisted in USArmy on 18 Jul 1918 and served with a quartermaster company until his discharge.
  145. Roy Lee Chenowith b: June 20, 1892 in Morgan Co., IN - served in the US Army as a Private with 3d Company, 159th Depot Brigade.
  146. Roy Perry Chenoweth b: December 24, 1893 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted in the US Army on 8 Sep 1917. He received the Victory Medal during action in France at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. He was discharged on 6 Jun 1919 at Camp Lee, VA.
  147. Rufus W. Chenoweth b: January 1898 in Knox Co., TN- Served as a Private in Company L, 117th Infantry, died October 13, 1918 from wounds recieved in action in France. [RIP]
  148. Russell Jefferson Chenoweth b: November 19, 1894 in Manning, Carroll Co., IA - served in the US Navy as a Machinist Mate 1st Class.
  149. Stanley DeWitt Chenoweth b: August 6, 1895 in Pikesvill, MD – He enlisted on 6 May 1918 in the US Naval Reserve Forces as a Seaman 2d Class and served on board the USS Chilhowee. He was inactivated on 22 Dec 1918.
  150. Stephen Dean Chenoweth b: April 15, 1896 in Lathrop, MO - served in US Army as a Corporal with the 128th Field Artillery. He saw action in Europe in the Battle of Argonne Forest, France.
  151. Stephen Luther Chenoweth b: September 13, 1893 in Morgan Co., IN
  152. Sterling Ward Chenoweth b: March 12, 1893 in Montrose, Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 23 May 1918 and served in Company I, 78th Infantry. He was discharged at Camp Custer, MI on 6 Jan 1919.
  153. Thomas E. Chenoweth b: September 18, 1890 in Morgan Co., IN
  154. Vince John Chenowith b: March 29, 1894 in Texas – served in USArmy from 15 Sep 1915-18 Jun 1919, attaining the rank of teamster. He is buried in Section D, Site 1637, Houston National Cemetery, Houston, TX.
  155. Walter Charles Chenoweth b: June 12, 1890 in Illinois - served in US Army
  156. Walter H. Chenoweth b: November 30, 1892 in Wallace, ID - served in US Army, enlisting on June 7, 1916 at Jefferson Barracks, MO
  157. Walter Kenneth Chenoweth b: June 24, 1891 in Lima, Greene County, OH – He enlisted on 18 Sep 1917. – He is enlisted in the National Army on 18 Sep 1917. He served with Company F, 329th Infantry until 23 Nov 1917; Company E, 308th Ammunition Train until 30 Apr 1918; 158th Depot Brigade until 6 Jul 1918; Company A, 418th Service Battalion until his honorable discharge on 8 May 1919. During his time in service he was promoted to Sergeant on 10 Sep 1918.
  158. William Arthur Chenoweth, Jr. b: September 15, 1883 in Muscogee Co., GA - enlisted in the US Army in 1917 and was commissioned a Captain in the Field Ordinance Department at Camp Gordon, GA.
  159. William Charles 'Fry' Chenoweth b: June 17, 1900 in Denton Co., TX
  160. William Dail Chenoweth b: June 1, 1893 in Allen Co., OH – He enlisted on 28 Mar 1918 in the National Army at Lima, OH. He served as a Private in the 158th Depot Brigade until 21 Apr 1918 and Company F, 331st Infantry until his honorable discharge on 8 Feb 1919. He was with the American Expeditionary Forces from 3 Jun 1918 to 26 Jan 1919 seeing action in Aisne-Marne; Oise-Aisne; Meuse-Argonne; and Defensive Sector.
  161. William Edward Chenoweth, Jr b: May 19, 1889 in Baltimore Co., MD – He enlisted in the USArmy on 27 Jun 1917 and was promoted to Private First Class 22 Sep 1917. He served with the 2d Evacuation Hospital and as a chauffeur with the 37th Engineers. He was honorably discharged on 14 May 1919 after serving in Meuse-Argonne within the European Theater. His brothers, Joshua Gent and Alfred Leroy, also served.
  162. William F. Chenowethb: February 1893 in St. Louis, MO – served overseas from 6 Aug 1918 - 5 May 1919
  163. William Grayson Chenoweth b: May 08, 1893 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX
  164. William Hall Chenoweth, Jr. b: July 26, 1868 in Illinois - during a break in his 40 years of service in the Illinois National Guard, he enlisted as a Major in the 1st Illinois Brigade. He saw duty along the Mexican border and was a Colonel upon retirement.
  165. William Nelson Chinouth b: February 27, 1899 - only information known was from his gravestone - served as a Seaman 2d Class, Company 272, 9th Regiment and was killed during the war on 4 Oct 1918.
  166. William Raymond Chenoweth b: August 1, 1887 in Washington, DC – enlisted in the National Army on 30 Aug 1918 at Cleveland, OH. He was assigned to the 158th Depot Brigade until his honorable discharge as a Private on 9 Dec 1918.
  167. William W. Lloyd Chenoweth b: January 18, 1896 in Carney, Baltimore Co., MD – He was inducted as a Private on 20 Apr 1917 in the National Guard. He was promoted to Private First Class on 1 Sep 1917, Corporal on 18 Dec 1917 and Sergeant on 5 Oct 1918. He was assigned to Company H, 5th Maryland Infantry and Company H, 115th Infantry. While serving at Center Sector, Meuse-Argonne (European Theater) he was wounded on 12 Oct 1918. He was honorably discharged on 31 Mar 1919.
  168. Albert L. Christian (spouse) b: May 03, 1890 in Gentry Co., MO - no information on service available
  169. Walter Matthew Cofer b: 1892 - served with the 106th Engineers and served in France
  170. Joseph Colegrove b: August 9, 1886 in Portsmouth, OH - stationed at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN; Camp Funston; and Camp McArthur.
  171. Ernest Lee Colston, Jr. b: April 15, 1895 in Kentucky
  172. Richard Tydings Colston b: March 16, 1898 in Kentucky
  173. Henry Monroe Cox (spouse) b: June 29, 1895 in Vermont, IL
  174. Odbert D. Daniels b: April 07, 1897 in Randolph Co, WV - private in Company A, 163rd Infantry
  175. Benton C. Decker (spouse) b: Abt. 1868 in New York Captain US Navy, Naval Attachι, Madrid, Spain - awarded Navy Cross.
  176. Benton Weaver Decker b: July 20, 1899 in Delaware - US Navy, served also served in World War II and the Korean War. Son of Commadore Benton C. Decker, an Ensign in 1920, he would rise to the rank of Rear Admiral.
  177. Joseph Howard Deemerb: August 16, 1894 in Minford, Scioto Co., OH - US Army, 1st Division
  178. Clyde Dewey (spouse) b:October 09, 1897 in Jefferson Co., KS
  179. Walter Nathan Dixonb: March 31, 1892
  180. Miles Edgar Dorsey b: April 13, 1895 in Perry, Pike Co., IL
  181. William H. Dorsey b: March 29, 1896 in Perry, Pike Co., IL - Ill Corp’l Vet Hospital
  182. Eugene Bland Downing b: July 1897 in Benton Co., MO - died in service [RIP]
  183. Harry Dudley b: May 1, 1896 in Red Key, IN
  184. Kenneth M. Duke b: November 04, 1889 in Wayne Co., IN - Private with the 19 Field Artillary, 32nd Division.
  185. Leslie Luchion Fant b: December 02, 1889 in S. Norwalk, Fairfield Co., CT - US Navy
  186. Edward Alexander Fetters b: January 08, 1875 in Huntington Co., IN - served as a Private in the 59th infantry, 4th Division, California. Also served in Spanish American War.
  187. Charles Wilbert Fordyce b: February 27, 1896 in Decorra, Henderson Co., IL - In US Cavalry
  188. Stephen R. Fraher (spouse) b: February 11, 1894 in Ohio
  189. George C. Gary b: September 25, 1895 in "Atcheson", near Taylorstown, Washington Co., PA
  190. Norman Roscoe Gerhold (spouse) b: February 14, 1918 - Lt Commander, US Navy
  191. Andre H. Gerulf (spouse) b: March 28, 1892 in Sylvan, Multnomah Co., OR, buried Willamette National cemetery, Portland, OR
  192. Ivan George Gibson b: June 25, 1891 in Greeley Co., NE - Corporal stationed in France.
  193. Elmer Dewitt Goddin b: January 13, 1901 in West Virginia
  194. Howard R. Giddens b: September 11, 1892 in Frazier, MO
  195. Charles Wesley Glenn b: August 19, 1896 in Iowa = Private US Army
  196. Alva S. Glidden (spouse) b: 1902 in Iowa
  197. Carl Eben Good b: February 5, 1896 in Clarinda, Page Co., IA
  198. Herbert T. Gunn (spouse) b: October 06, 1891 in Kansas
  199. Emil 'Happy' Habedank (spouse) b: August 14, 1891 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL - cook
  200. Dewey Chenoweth Hamilton b: October 16, 1897 in Valley Head, Randolph Co., WV - served in the US Army for both world wars. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
  201. Charles Oscar Hanger (spouse) b: August 04, 1891 in Missouri
  202. John William Hannah b: February 26, 1899 in Odessa, Lafayette Co., MO – enlisting in the USArmy as a Private he was assigned to the 18th Medical Replacement Unit. He would die in Brest, France on September 29, 1918 and is buried in Oise-Aisne, France. [RIP]
  203. Harry Lair Hart b: May 30, 1883 in Circlesville, Jackson Co., KS - Attained rank of Major while in the service of the US Army.
  204. Joseph Henry Hayes (spouse) b: 1882 in Providence, Providence Co., RI - served with the Royal Canadian Air Force. During training in Texas he made an emergency landing on the Chenoweth Farm in Arlington, TX. It was there that he met his future wife, Vivian Chenoweth. He also served in the Second World War.
  205. Murl Heaton b: June 03, 1893 in Indiana - 29th Indiana Field Infantry
  206. Ross Clinton Heaton b: September 01, 1897 in Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo Co., CA
  207. Alexander Heyburn (spouse) b: September 22, 1897 - served with the 138th Field Artillery as a First Lieutenant from 1917 to 1918.
  208. Fred Lee Hobbs (spouse) b: December 13, 1894 in Fancy farms, Graves Co., KY
  209. Henry Franklin Hodges, II b: August 27, 1897 in Greenfield, Adair Co., IA - Enlisted in July 1918, spent 2 months at Camp Humphrey, Virginiia before sailing to France just before the Armistice was signed. Stationedd at Bordeaux and Limoges before being discharged in July 1919.
  210. Charles Lohring Hook b: December 08, 1893 in Frederick Co., VA - PFC US Army
  211. Jacob Homer Hoops, Jr. b: March 05, 1888 in Clayton twp., Perry Co., OH - died in service in Argonne, France on September 26, 1918 [RIP]
  212. Silas Slater Horn b: May 09, 1887 in Indiana - enlisted in the US Army and fought in France during 1918.
  213. Clarence E. Hudelson b: February 27, 1892 in Pike Co., IL - IL Seaman 2nd class, U.S.N.R.E
  214. Henry Calvin Ingram, Jr b: July 22, 1894 in Cross Plains, Callahan Co., TX
  215. Carmen Edward Irvine b: March 02, 1900 in Elkins, Randolph Co, WV
  216. Orrin Keim Irvine b: January 15, 1898 in Elkins, Randolph Co, WV
  217. William Joseph Jonak (spouse) b: November 22, 1893 in New York
  218. Benjamin Ray Jones b: 1895 in Kentucky – died in France on 27 Oct 1918. [RIP]
  219. Francis Anthony 'Frank' Kelly (spouse) b: January 17, 1899 in Baltimore City, MD
  220. David Chenoweth Killam b: September 09, 1896 in St Louis, MO = Private US Marines
  221. William Edward Kinnaird b: June 01, 1896 in Camp Chase, Franklin Co., OH
  222. William Chester Kingery b: January 17, 1889 in Illinois
  223. Francis Gordon Kittle b: 1882 served as a 1st Lieutenant
  224. John Kittle (spouse) b: January 01, 1896
  225. Roy Knoble b: February 1893 in Nebraska – he died in service. [RIP]
  226. Maxamillion Frederick Kuhlman (spouse) b: May 6, 1920 in Michigan
  227. Charles Edgar Lacy b: December 15, 1886 in Waynesville, Warren Co., OH - Enlisted with first contingent from Dayton, Ohio; Sept. 1917. Trained at Camp Sherman, Ohio. 158th Depot Brigade, Company "C", 322nd Field Artillery. AEF June 1918 to March 1919. Meuse/ Argonne Defensive Sector. Attached to 32nd" Infantry (Red Arrow Division), first troops to enter Germany.
  228. William A. Laird (spouse) b: October 28, 1888 in Angels Camp, Calaveras Co., CA - Captain in the Army.
  229. James Henry Lamont (spouse) b: July 11, 1880 in Bandon, Coos Co., OR - Corporal US Army
  230. Harry Jacob Lee(spouse) b: December 11, 1894
  231. Leland Frank Lee b: February 13, 1895 - Marine Corps
  232. Oural Hermas Lee b: March 07, 1892 - 39th Divison, 144th Regiment, Mobile Corps.
  233. Vivian Lorraine Lee b: September 30, 1893 - 4th Replacement Regiment.
  234. William Worthington Leonard b: September 17, 1886 in Randolph Co., WV
  235. Charles Henry Lewis b: April 05, 1898 in Ohio - US Army, Rainbow Divison. Charles survived being gassed during the war.
  236. Edwin Lorrain Lewis b: May 11, 1895 in Ohio - US Navy serving on the USS Ohio an(spouse)d USS Stringham.
  237. Maurice Lusader b: ca 1900 in Fountain Co., IN - US Marine, died in France [RIP]
  238. Paul W. Mann b: May 09, 1894 in Indiana
  239. John D. Marstiller b: August 21, 1890 in Randolph Co., WV
  240. Burke Burnett Martin b: January 26, 1894 in Chico, Wise Co., TX - Company 3, 5th Engineers, 2nd Army Division
  241. James Franklin Martin (spouse) b: July 24, 1888 in Paducah, McCracken Co., KY
  242. Jerry Thurman Martin b: April 01, 1896 in Wise Co., TX - Company A, 1st Battalion, 90th Division, wounded in action and cited for bravery
  243. Amos Edwards Mayfield, Jr. b: August 21, 1892 in Brown Co., IL
  244. Francis M. Mayfield b: November 1894 in Brown Co., IL
  245. Jerry Grant McCarty (spouse) b: November 4, 1894 in Mariana, PA
  246. Joseph Leonard McKinney b: May 03, 1896 in Clinton Co., IN - US Navy
  247. Walter Garfield Mead (spouse) b: October 31, 1879 - served in the US Army as a Captain, with the Field Artillery.
  248. James Corbett Meeks (spouse) - First Sergeant in 11th Infantry, listed in Ripleys believe it or not as the most Decorated Soldier of WW1, also served in WWII
  249. Emmet E. Mehlsb: September 21, 1895 in St. John, Putnam Co., MO - Co. G, 351st Infantry, overseas Aug 16, 1918 - May 31, 1919
  250. Dalton John Mikesell b: January 23, 1892 - No information is known about his service.
  251. Ernest E. Mikesell b: March 3, 1896 - No information is known about his service.
  252. Hobart Ludlow Mikesell b: December 4, 1897 - No information is known about his service.
  253. Roscoe L. Miller b: August 20, 1891 in Montgomery Co., IN
  254. Thomas Foster Miller b: April 10, 1898 in Nodaway Co., MO - served in the Red Arrow Divison, Company H, 128th Infantry, 64th Regiment, 32nd Division.
  255. William Thomas Millar b: April 2, 1896 - was discharged in Aug 1919 at Camp Sherman.
  256. Leland L. Moore b: April 06, 1900
  257. Porter Hubert Nichols b: August 13, 1895 in Mt Julie, AR
  258. W.J. O'Neill (spouse) - Captain in US Army
  259. Eugene Oswald b: 1892 in Pennsylvania
  260. Joseph Charles Painter b: October 06, 1894 in Henderson Co., IL
  261. Joseph H. Peters (spouse) b: abt 1886 in Iowa
  262. Merton L. Petro b: May 14, 1894
  263. Paul Addison Petro b: February 11, 1898 in Howard Co., IN
  264. Ernest E. 'Ping' Ping (spouse) b: October 25, 1887 in Garfield Co., WA - PFC in Co. K of 162th Infantry
  265. Charles A. Pownall (spouse) b: 1887 - Officer US Navy, graduated Anapolis 1910. Also served in Second World War
  266. Albert Chenoweth Price b: November 28, 1885 - served in the US Army Air Corps as a 2LT, Missouri Air Service, Aerial Photographer
  267. John Bryan Price b: January 21, 1890 in Pineville, McDonald Co., MO
  268. Charles William Prouty (spouse) b: September 08, 1893 in Daleville, Lauderdale Co., MS - Enlisted in U.S. Navy, July 27, 1917, Overseas from June 29, 1918 to Dec. 27, 1918, aboard the U.S.S. Aroostook, Honorable Discharge Sept. 27, 1919
  269. James W. Reed b: September 3, 1897 in Indiana
  270. Walter Seaton Reeves b: 23 Jan 1893 in Brookings, Brookings Co., SD - was a medical corpsman assigned to a British Army unit in France as he had arrived in Europe prior to the US entering the war.
  271. Grover Reip b: March 18, 1891 in Clay Co., WV
  272. Herman Scott Rhodes b: November 28, 1897 in Lawrence Co., PA
  273. Hutson Rice b: December 24, 1889 in Collin Co., TX
  274. Karl E. Richardson b: March 07, 1893 in Pottawattomie Co., KS - Private US Army
  275. Vernon Otto Ridgeway b: January 20, 1895 in Barnesville, Belmont Co., OH – served in USNavy aboard the USS Shawmut
  276. Benjamin Frank Riebe (spouse) b: August 24, 1891 in Leroy, Boone Co., IL
  277. Jesse Leroy Riley b: July 20, 1895 in Clark Co., KS - Sgt Salvage Depot QMC
  278. Glass Chenoweth Rogers b: June 10, 1899 in Metropolis, IL – He enlisted on 15 Aug 1917 at Minot, ND in the USArmy. He was sent to Jefferson Barracks, MO and served in Company D, 54th Infantry until 30 Aug 1918; Company C, 54th Infantry until 31 May 1919; 1st Replacement Depot until 25 Jun 1919; Company B, Postal Service Express Service, Army Post Office #902 until 8 Sep 1919; Casual Detachment #4789 until 4 Oct 1919; Hoboken Casual Company #1226 until 9 Oct 1919; Casual Detachment #1568, Camp Dodge, IA until his discharge on 13 Oct 1919 as a Private. From 6 Jul 1918 to 4 Oct 1919 he saw action in the Defensive Sector of Gerardmer (Alsace) European Theater.
  279. Leon Barnhill Rogers (spouse) - served with the US Army in France and Germany. No other service information is known.
  280. Daniel Eli 'Dee' Rowan b: January 19, 1896 in Mabie, Randolph Co., WV - 150th West Virginia Infantry.
  281. Hoddie Judston Rowan b: November 22, 1896 in Mabie, Randolph Co., WV
  282. Luther J. Sailers b: November 12, 1896 in Delaware Co., IN
  283. Earl Sam Sallust b: October 02, 1893 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN - Sergeant Company B, 1st Tennessee Regiment, National Guard
  284. Kitt Sapp (spouse) b: November 22, 1888 - wounded in the Argonne battle, and was in Brest, France
  285. Harry Russell Schuppner (spouse) b: November 29, 1891 in Baltimore City, MD - served in the 4th Maryland infantry as a 1st Sergeant, 1909-1917. Attended Officers training camp at Camp McClellan, AL and made 2nd Lieutenant 5/12/18, promoted to captain by war's end. Commanded Company E 113th Infantry, 29th Division during Meuse-Argonne offensive, attached to 17th French Army Corps. Suffered exposure to mustard gas and hospitalized, receiving the Purple Heart. Discharged May 29, 1919. Also served in WW2
  286. Leslie Scofield b: December 22, 1889 in Warren Co., OH
  287. John Russell Sheeders b: November 23, 1878 in Franklin Co., OH - Enlisted 22 Jun 1916 in Columbus, OH Co I, 4th Infantry ONG (Co I 166 Infantry) to Discharge Cook 15 July 1916. Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 31 Oct 1917 to 25 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 17 May 1919.
  288. Verne Shepard b: September 05, 1895 in Indiana - Private US Army
  289. Reed Thomas Shrontz b: October 25, 1893 in Holton, Jackson Co., KS
  290. Allen T. Six b: April 01, 1899 in Franklin Co., OH
  291. Charles Franklin Slater b: August 27, 1894 in Moscow, Muscatine Co., IA
  292. Cornelius Lee Smith b: June 10, 1886 in DeWitt, AR
  293. Ernest Otho Smith (spouse) b: August 3, 1894 in Marion, Marion Co., OH
  294. Lester Gordon Smith (spouse) b: September 26, 1889 in Wyanet, Bureau Co., IL
  295. Thomas Leonard Smith b: June 01, 1896 in DeWitt, AR - served as a medic
  296. Murray Chenoweth Snively b: January 22, 1900 in Lynn, IN - served in the US Navy
  297. Leslie Lee Spaeth b: May 27, 1892 in Deerfield twp., Warren Co., OH
  298. George Gray Springston, II b: May 17, 1894 in Roane Co., WV - Corporal. in the 37th Infantry Div.in France
  299. Yale Edward Stafford b: December 1, 1898 in Morgan Co., IN
  300. Edward Arthur Stalnaker b: May 01, 1895 in Cedarville, ID?
  301. Justus Stalnaker b: May 06, 1892 in Normantown, WV
  302. William C. Stalnaker b: October 12, 1893 in Silver Creek, near Normantown, WV
  303. Wesley J. Stewart b: June 26, 1895 in Perry, Pike Co., IL
  304. James Walker Stites b: November 25, 1897 in Louisville, KY - served as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army Air Corps.
  305. Walter Strait (spouse) b: February 26, 1895 in Greene Co., PA - served with the US Army
  306. Erdman Frederick Schwartz (spouse) b: April 01, 1893 in Maryland
  307. Hugh Isaac Switzer b: 1902, Botetourt Co., VA
  308. Harold Henry Thompson b: April 17, 1895 in Bureau Co., IL
  309. Harley Edward Thomson b: August 24, 1895
  310. Brice C. Thurman b: September 09, 1890 in Clinton Co., IN
  311. Joe Alvin Thurman b: January 13, 1900 in Jacksboro, Jack Co., TX
  312. William E. Thurman b: March 20, 1896 in Sulphur Springs, Hopkin Co., TX
  313. Harold Roy Tucker b: October 15, 1895 in Monroe Co., IA
  314. Arthur Uhler b: June 23, 1899 in Baltimore Co., MD
  315. Foster Hanson Vaughnb: November 04, 1894 in Oakland, Coles Co., IL - enlisted in the Army on September 5, 1918, as Private in HQ Troop 82nd Division. Served in the AEF and was at the Battle of Argonne.
  316. George Marion Vaughan b: September 18, 1898 in Charleston Co., SC
  317. Joseph James Vick b: July 25, 1895 in Parker Co., TX - enlisted in the USArmy in France. His son, Gabe Thomas Vick, served in Korea.
  318. John M. Wallace (spouse) b: abt 1878 in Ohio
  319. John M. Walker (spouse) b: August 1889 in Rowan Co., KY - served in the 51th Pioneer Infantry of Kentucky.
  320. Blair Burton Ward b: September 01, 1896 in West Virginia
  321. Carl Edward Washington b: December 25, 1896 in Nuckolls Co., NE - US Army
  322. Clyde Washington b: July 04, 1895 in Nuckolls Co., NE - US Army (Mus 1 Cl)
  323. George Daniel Weller b: July 03, 1894 in Berkeley Co., WV
  324. Lester Bryon Weese b: April 26, 1896
  325. George William Westernb: March 12, 1896 in Halfway, Polk Co., MO - US Army
  326. Arthur N. Weir b: October 16, 1896 in Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA - Killed in Action on August 22, 1918, in France [RIP]
  327. Daniel Claude Whitaker b: November 17, 1895 - Battery B., 75th Field Artillery, trained at Camp McClellan, AL, but did not get across the seas
  328. Herbert Riley Whitcomb b: June 24, 1894 near Hillisburg, Clinton Co., IN - was an officer in the Navy (also served in the Second world War)
  329. Maurice Asa Whitcomb b: March 30, 1896 near Hillisburg, Clinton Co., IN- served in the US Army
  330. J. Lee Wickershamb: April 16, 1898 in Shelby Co., IA
  331. Arthur Samuel Wilcoxen (spouse) b: abt March 23, 1898 in Campbellsburg, Washington Co., IN - US Navy
  332. Earl B. Williams (spouse) b: July 30, 1887 in near Boody, Macon Co., IL
  333. William Hart Wilson b: October 10, 1898 - died in Student Training Corp, Morganstown, WV [RIP]
  334. Archie Witt (spouse) b: November 17, 1889
  335. Bill D. Wood b: April 06, 1895 in Texas
  336. Grant Wynegar (spouse) b: September 13, 1896 in North Judson, Starke Co., IN
  337. John Leslie Yandell b: March 13, 1893 in Plano, Collin Co., TX

World War II

(Europe - 11 Dec 1941 - 8 May 1945)
(Pacific - 8 Dec 1941 - 15 Aug 1945)
Total Forces: 16,112,566 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 866+
Deaths: 405,399 - Known descendants who died: 68
  1. Allen E. Alban b: 1913 in Maryland - enlisted 13 Mar 1941 serving as a Private in US Army Air Corp
  2. Donald J. Alexander b: 1919 in Kansas
  3. William G. Alge b: ca 1920 in Ohio - killed in action March 1945 [RIP]
  4. Bryce Leroy Alger b: March 08, 1924 in Cadillac, Wexford Co., MI - combat veteran
  5. Frank Byron Allen b: October 13, 1924 in White Salmon, Klickitat Co., WA - US Army, Tech Sgt, Pacific Theater
  6. James Neal Allison b: June 14, 1903 in Texas - Tech 5, Battery A, 921st Field Artillery Battalion
  7. Edwin J. Amweg (spouse) b: July 29, 1922 in Wadsworth, Medina Co., OH
  8. Gordon L. Amos b: January 28, 1916 in Marion Co., IN - shot down in Germany, July 26, 1943 [RIP]
  9. Ben Frank Ammons b: Ben Frank Ammons in Texas - Captain US Army
  10. Robert Richard Anderson b: February 12, 1924 in Caldwell, ID – served in the US Navy aboard the submarine USS Angler
  11. Carroll Stanley Apt b: October 30, 1919 in Henderson Co., IL - Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in December 1942. Served with 384th Heavy Bombardment Group of the 8th Air Force in England and Southern France for 30 months.
  12. Ripley Birmingham Archer, Jr. - Pilot in England
  13. Burton Kenneth Ashbrook b: August 08, 1923 - died of a heart condition while in service [RIP]
  14. Byron B. Ashbrook, III b: April 07, 1922 in Ohio - Corporal, US Army
  15. Ralph Welton Ashbrook, b: August 08, 1923 in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO - served in Europe.
  16. Roy Ashbrook, b: March 17, 1908, - served during the Second World War in Europe and in Korea as an officer. Spent career in military.
  17. Ralph Chenoweth Ashley b: January 01, 1920 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL - joined the US Navy in 1942. He served on the destroyer USS Waters as a Lieutenant in the Pacific Theater.
  18. Clarence William Ater - later died of malaria he contracted in the war
  19. Clarence William Ater b: February 18, 1910 in Bourbon Co., KS - died from Malaria while in service [RIP]
  20. Sharol L. 'Jerry' Ayres b: Abt. 1919 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL - enlisted 26 Jun 1941 in Detroit, MI with US Army Air Corps. He served in the Pacific Theater.
  21. Robert Dwain 'Bob' Bainter, (spouse) b: March 01, 1927, Illinois - U.S. Navy
  22. Roy Ellsworth Baker b: October 03, 1923 in Fort Wayne, Allen Co., IN - enlisted 18 Sep 1940
  23. Vance Clifton Baldwin b: April 27, 1922 in Texas - US Army
  24. David E. Baltzley b: January 8, 1925, Des Moines, Polk Co., IA – enlisted 30 Apr 1943 in the US Army at Camp Dodge, IA.
  25. William Kent Barnard b: September 03, 1911 in Randolph Co., WV - Lieutenant in US Navy in the Pacific
  26. Weldon Gough Barnett b: August 27, 1914 in Denton Co., TX- US Army
  27. Arthur George Baron b: 1924 - landed at Oran, Africa, shortly after first invasion of that continent by US Forces, shortly afterwards going to Naples, Italy, where he was station during the war; returned to US in 1945 and was demobilized
  28. David Barry III b: August 15, 1924 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  29. Annabelle Beal, b: August 01, 1912, Dresden, Muskingum Co., OH - entered the service as a 2nd Lieutenant and rose to the rank of Captain. She served in hospitals in Australia and New Guinea.
  30. Ernest Everett Beaman, b: August 23, 1928, Indiana - U.S. Navy from July 1945 to June 1946
  31. Oscar P. Beard, b: March 04, 1914, Indiana - Private U.S. Army
  32. Roy C. Beekman, b:February 02, 1924, Pike Co., OH - US Army
  33. Russell Erwin Brill, Jr., b:November 09, 1926, Morgan Co., WV - US Navy
  34. Allan Brooks Bell, (spouse) b: October 11, 1911, Shelton, Mason Co., WA - On Dec. 1, 1939, Dr. Bell enlisted in the United States Army. In his service to his country, he served during World War II in the African and European Theaters and was part of the landing forces in Sicily. He was a first lieutenant, platoon commander in the 56th Medical Battalion from Fort Lewis. On Jan. 10, 1940, he married Retta Chenoweth Armstrong in Seattle. Two days later, he boarded a troop ship for a tour of duty in the Pacific.
  35. William Ray Bellis (spouse) b: October 27, 1915, Abingdon, Knox Co., IL - He served in the Illinois National Guard for 22 years. In May 1934, he worked as federal caretaker of the Monmouth Armory and transferred in January 1937 to the Moline Armory. He was called into service with the 123rd FA Regiment in March 1941, served until February 1946 and was awarded the Bronze Star. In October 1951 he was recalled to active service during the Korean War, served until October 1953 and was awarded the Commendation Medal. He retired with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Grade 4
  36. Andrew Leon Bettwy, Jr. b: May 31, 1920, Nogales, Santa Cruz Co., AZ - 1st Lieutenant, US Army.
  37. Willie F. Beu (spouse) b: August 03, 1916 in Nebraska
  38. Shirley Thomas Biller b: January 14, 1918, West Virginia - enlisted 7 Oct 1941 with the US Army. He also served in the Korean War
  39. Winsel L. Bilyeu b: July 12, 1922, Payne Co., OK - Sergeant US Marines, also serve in Korea
  40. William Bartell Biser (spouse) b: July 15, 1913, Keyser, Mineral Co., WV - US Navy
  41. Jack Blakemore b: Abt. 1910 - served with the US Army
  42. Clyde Blackwood b: April 17, 1904
  43. Jack Blakemore (spouse) b: 1910 - served with the US Army.
  44. Dorothy May Bland (now Johnson) b: July 8, 1918 in St. Paul, MN - served in the US Navy from 1944 to 27 Jul 1946 and was stationed with the US Naval District #12, San Francisco, CA.
  45. Charles E. Blessing b: May 30, 1918 in Hendricks Co., IN - Army Air Corps
  46. Howard Sterling Bollen (spouse) b: February 02, 1911 in Wilson Creek, Grant Co., WA - mechanic & line chief
  47. Adolph Bolton b: 1917 in Bastrop Co., TX - July 29, 1945 aborad the USS Callaghan off Okinawa. Hit by a suicide plane on July 28th, the Callaghan with the loss of 47 crew members. [RIP]
  48. Samuel Henry Bolton b: 1909 in Bastrop Co., TX - died January 25, 1945 during the Battle of the Bulge near St. Vith, Belgium. [RIP]
  49. Donna Bonham (now Hodges), b: November 26, 1924, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., MN - enlisted 28 Nov 1944 in Indianapolis, IN with the US Army Air Force WACS and serving both stateside and later in the Philippines.
  50. Duaine 'Bud' Bonham, b: February 22, 1923, Park Rapids, Hubbard Co., MN - enlisted 1 Aug 1941 at Ft Snelling, MN with the US Army. He was stationed at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
  51. James Elsworth Bonham, b: May 15, 1926, Minnesota - Served in the Navy on a Cruiser in the South Pacific.
  52. Howard William Bonnell b: August 16, 1915 - enlisted 26 Feb 1942 in Kansas City, KS with the US Army Air Corps. He attained the rank of Captain as a pilot.
  53. Sherward L. Booth, b: February 02, 1923, West Virginia – US Navy
  54. Jesse W. Boughton, Jr. b: September 19, 1918 in Salina, Saline Co., KS - US Navy. He would also serve in the Korean War.
  55. Lola Mae Bower (spouse) b: November 11, 1909 in Indiana - served as a nurse in the US Army.
  56. Oris Ray Boyd b: November 06, 1925 - served in US Marine Corps as a Private First Class. He was killed in action on Iwo Jima, March 8, 1945.[RIP]
  57. Robert Menlow Bradford, (spouse) b: April 17, 1925 in Salem Linn CO., OR - US Navy
  58. Gerald Branch (spouse) b: January 01, 1910 - US Army, Pacific, retired as a Colonel
  59. Cecil William Brandstead, b: June 28, 1922, north of Vayland, Hand Co., SD - was a Captain in US Air Force; flew Berlin airlift, later served in Korean Conflict.
  60. Morris W. Branstetter b: June 10, 1918 in Clinton Co., IN - US Army
  61. Albert Leon Briggs (spouse) b: December 14, 1920 in Norfolk, VA - US Marines, fought at Iwo Jima.
  62. Howard Clyde Brooks b: August 14, 1920 - enlisted 22 Jul 1942 in Huntington, WV with the US Army. He died in action in 1944. [RIP]
  63. Charles Edward Brown b: July 04, 1920 in Riverside Co., CA - US Army from 1942 until 1945
  64. Charles L. Brown (spouse) b: 1925
  65. Orville Lee Brown b: 1922 in Missouri - Air Force; tail gunner & asst. Engineer on a B-17 in the 8th Air Force
  66. Jack Dearing Brownfield (spouse) b: 1914 – served as a Major with 44th General Hospital in US Army. He participated in the Philippines and New Guinea campaigns.
  67. John Richard Buckey b: 1923 in Ohio - enlisted 2 Jan 1942 at Ft Hayes, Columbus, OH with the US Army. He served with the 8th Special Forces (Green Berets), as crew chief on a B-24H called the Thundermug, He was stationed with the 467th Bomb Group (H) near Norwich, England. He would also serve in the Korean War.
  68. Harold Bulpitt (spouse) b: July 26, 1909 in Christian Co., IL - died in GERMANY [RIP]
  69. Roscoe Ray 'Junior' Barnhart b: March 10, 1923 in Arkansas
  70. Paul Stalnaker Burns b: May 22, 1926 in Todd, Huntingdon Co., PA - US Navy, fighting in the Pacific Theater from 1943 through 1945.
  71. Thomas Baldwin Burns b: December 11, 1926 in San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX – served in the U.S. Navy
  72. Marion Buford Butler (spouse) b: June 06, 1915 in Erie, Neosho Co., KS - Starting as a mechanic, then crew chief for the US Army Air Corps, Marion was enrolled as an cadet and became a pilot with the rank of 1st Lieutenant.
  73. Robert Eugene Burton b: July 18, 1922 in Prince Georges Co., MD - 8th Air Force
  74. William G. 'Buddy' Burton b: June 1915 in Maryland
  75. Wallace Harold Butz b: 1925 in Spokane, Spokane Co., WA - enlisted 9 Jun 1943 in Seattle, WA with the US Army. He served with the 333rd Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division, attaining the rank of Private First Class. He was killed in action on 2 Dec 1944 in Maastricht, NETHERLANDS and is buried in Plot L, Row 6, Grave 6, in the Netherlands American Cemetery, Maargraten, Netherlands. His awards include the Purple Heart. (Serial # 39209178) [RIP]
  76. Harold Ralph Calderwood b: April 9, 1912 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS – served in US Navy.
  77. Leonard Franklin Calderwood b: January 29, 1908 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS
  78. Lowell Junior Calhoun b: October 22, 1922 in Kokomo, Howard Co., IN - US Army, 1st Artillery. Wounded at the Battle of the Bulge
  79. Darreld Kenyon 'D.K.' Calkins. (spouse) b: October 08, 1921 in Stillwater, Payne Co., OK - Army Air Corps and served in the Air Force for 24 years as a pilot, retiring as a lieutenant colonel serving in both World War II and the Korean War
  80. Fayette Alexander Cannon, Jr. b: May 08, 1920 in Butte, Silver Bow Co., MT - U.S. Army Air Corps
  81. Hollis Audrey Carden (spouse) b: June 21, 1926 in Tennessee - US Navy
  82. Edward Carroll Adkins (spouse) b: November 28, 1911 in Montgomery Co., OH - US Navy
  83. Charles Carter b: August 20, 1920 - was killed in action on 5 May 1944. [RIP]
  84. Charles Ellsworth Carter b: December 27, 1918 in Canonsburg, Washington Co., PA - served in the US Navy
  85. John B. Carter, Jr. - enlisted 22 May 1942 in Pittsburgh, PA with the US Army. He was a Tank Company Commander
  86. Dwayne Harold Cary b: November 29, 1924 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK - served in US Army Air Forces with the 418th Bomber Squadron, 100th Bomber Group, Heavy. He attained the rank of Sergeant and was killed in action over Germany on April 07, 1945. He is buried in Plot B, Row 13, Grave 10, in Ardennes American Cemetery, Neudre (Neuville-en-Condroz), Belgium. His awards include the Purple Heart. (Serial #37534772) [RIP]
  87. Walter Edward 'Ed' Carter, Jr (spouse) b: September 06, 1922 in Barnsdall, Osage Co., OK
  88. Louis Jacob Casebier b: April 03, 1914 in Winchester, Jefferson Co., KS - served in the U.S. Army's Armored Division in World War II from 1942-46 in the European Theater
  89. Ruby 'Jo' Cassena Moore b: July 14, 1921 in Belington, Barbour Co., WV - served in US Army.
  90. Ralph E. Channell b: July 13, 1905
  91. William Shirley Channell b: February 28, 1926.
  92. Leonard Wilson Chase b: December 09, 1920 - served in Europe in the US Army
  93. Oran George Chatham b: September 04, 1917 - was drafted into the Army in 1941
  94. Afton Charles Chenoweth b: 1922 in Arkansas – US Army, enlisted 19 Sep 1942 In Arkansas (*)
  95. Albert Butler Chenoweth b: May 21, 1922 in Trinidad, CO - served with the US Navy from 1942 to 1946.
  96. Albert Heller Chenoweth b: 1927 - Served in the Marines.
  97. Albert Lewis Chenoweth b: July 04, 1924 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co., PA - Incurring the wrath of his father, as he had his own mother during World War I, he joined the US Army on 19 May 1943 in CA. He arrived in Normandy on June 16, 1944, 10 days after D-Day. He saw action in France, Luxemburg, Belgium and Germany and was sent to the rear only two days before the German surrender. He was discharged on July 1, 1945. He was wounded twice by shrapnel, once in the hand and once in the chest, and received the Purple Heart. He was the only person in his original outfit who did not end up in the hospital or the morgue by the end of the war. He did end up in aid stations twice, where they would patch him up before sending him back up to the front. His father, Albert Henry, served in World War I.
  98. Albert Otis Chenoweth b: March 02, 1922 in Beardstown, Cass Co., IL - enlisted 15 Sep 1942 in the US Army.
  99. Alex Chineworth, Jr. b: March 22, 1921 in Rock Co., IL
  100. Alfred Paul Chenoweth b: June 21, 1924 in Garrison, Baltimore Co., MD - drafted 17 Mar 1943 (*)
  101. Allen Wesley Chenowith b: September 23, 1913 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted 24 Jul 1942 Baltimore, MD(*)
  102. Alva Leroy Chenoweth b: August 14, 1926 in Kansas - US Navy
  103. Alvin Benton Chenoweth b: December 18, 1925 in Lyon Co., KS - served with the US Army from 29 Feb 1944-4 May 1946 attaining the rank of Technical Sergeant. While participating in the Battle of Luzon, he earned the Philippine Liberation Service Ribbon, Bronze Medal of Honor Arrowhead, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal and Victory-Philippians Medal. He is buried in the Mississippi National Cemetery in Biloxi, MS (Plot B #452).
  104. Archie Paul Chenoweth b: March 26, 1912 in Idaho - enlisted 19 Jan 1945, New Mexico (*)
  105. Arlin Cleo Chenoweth b: 1920 in Colorado - served in the Army Air Force 1942 to 1945 in Europe
  106. Arthur Chenoweth b: Feb 19, 1919 in Alameda Co., CA - enlisted 16 Dec 1942 in the US Army. He was a Private First Class assigned to the 44th Infantry Battalion, 6th Armored Division and was killed on 26 Mar 1945 in the Battle of the Bulge, France. He is buried in Lorraine American Cemetery, Plot D, Row 45, Grave 30, St Avoid, France. His awards include the Purple Heart with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters. (service # 39405411) [RIP]
  107. Arthur A. Chenoweth b: August 1, 1919 in Kansas - served with the US Army and was captured in the Phillipines. Arthur endured the Bataan Death March, a POW from May 7, 1942 to 20 Feb 1945, survivng sereve treatment.
  108. Arthur Clifford Chenoweth b: March 22, 1923 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR - enlisted 13 Mar 1943 with the U.S. Army, stationed in Okinawa and the Philippines.
  109. Arthur Lee Chenoweth b: October 14, 1921 in Grady Co., OK - served with the US Navy in the Pacific Theater. He was wounded in the Battle of Guadalcanal while serving as a Pharmacist Mate with the 1st Marine Division.
  110. Arthur Thomas Chenoweth b: October 19, 1906 in Baltimore City, MD - served prior to World War II in the US Navy, Arthur was a civilian working for the US Government in the Philippines when the Japanese invaded. He spent the term of the war as a POW for 3 years.
  111. Arthur Trimmer Chenoweth, Jr. b: January 18, 1907 in Dauphin Co., PA - enlisted 17 May 1941, Harrisburg, PA (*)
  112. Arthur William Chenoweth b: October 12, 1914 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada – born William Arthur Chenoweth he served in the US Navy.
  113. Augustus Chinworth, Jr b: Apr 13, 1918 in Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN – enlisted 9 Jul 1941 with the US Army
  114. Austin Eugene Chenoweth b: December 24, 1907 in Indiana - enlisted 16 May 1942, Grant Co., IN (*)
  115. Beach Mead Chenoweth, Jr b: November 19, 1914 in Birmingham, AL - served with the US Navy
  116. Bernard Dice Chenoweth b: March 04, 1926 in West Virginia - enlisted 10 Apr 1944, Kentucky - US Air Corps (*)
  117. Billy Joe Chenoweth b: Oct 1928 in Noble Co., OK – enlisted 7 Nov 1945 with the US Army (this enlistment date is after the war was over, but records indicate that he served in WWII)
  118. Bruce Robert Chenoweth b: November 18, 1924 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR - enlisted 10 May 1943, Portland, OR (*)
  119. Buhl L. Chenoweth, Jr. b: June 13, 1921 - served three years with 104th Infantry, in Europe.
  120. Burtis Glenn 'Burt' Chenoweth b: August 16, 1919 in Webb City, Jasper Co., MO - served with the US Army from 6 Jan 1940-7 May 1945 attaining the rank of Sergeant. He is buried in Section M, Site 1880, Ft Bliss National Cemetery, Ft Bliss, TX
  121. Calvin Clare Chenoweth b: December 13, 1924 in North Dakota - served with the US Navy and attained the rank of Vice Admiral.
  122. Calvin Guy Chenoweth b: January 07, 1926 in Oregon - US Navy
  123. Carl Clinton Chenoweth b: March 16, 1915 in Indiana – served with the US Marine Corps from 13 Jan 1942-16 Aug 1945 attaining the rank of Platoon Sergeant. He is buried in Section H, Site 306, Mill Springs National Cemetery, Nancy, KY.
  124. Carl Vincent Chenoweth b: May 20, 1920 in Lexington, Cleveland Co., OK - enlisted 6 Apr 1944, Dallas, TX (*)
  125. Carlin Velde Chenoweth b: January 21, 1923 in Easton, Mason Co., IL - enlisted 21 Feb 1944, Illinois (*)
  126. Charles Dwight Chenoweth, b: August 05, 1907 in Swisher Co., TX - enlisted 12 Mar 1942 in OK with the US Army Air Force as a top turret gunner on a B17. He was shot down over France and was a German prisoner of war for 22 months.
  127. Charles E. Chenoweth b: 1917 in Illinois - enlisted US Army 21 Feb 1942, Illinois (*)
  128. Charles Edwin Chenoweth b: March 16, 1925 in Parsons, KS – served in US Navy. He also served with the US Army in the Korean War.
  129. Charles Fenton Chenoweth b: December 13, 1921 in Calhoun Co., WV - served as a cook in the US Navy & landing craft driver involved in seven major invasions in the Pacific Theater.
  130. Charles Franklin Chenoweth b: March 18, 1916 in WI – enlisted 28 Oct 1942 with the US Army
  131. Charles Francis Chenowith b: December 07, 1925 in Baltimore, MD - served US Navy
  132. Charles Hamm Chenoweth b: November 01, 1916 in Fulton Co., IL - enlisted 19 Jun 1941, Chicago, IL (*)
  133. Charles Hanger Chenoweth b: 1907 in Walnut, Calhoun Co., WV – enlisted 27 Jan 1944 in VA with the US Army. He was a Private First Class assigned to the 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division. He was killed in action on 8 Nov 1944 in preparation for the Battle of the Bulge and is buried in Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Plot E, Row 6, Grave 58, Henri-Chapelle, Belgium. He received several medals including the Purple Heart and Distinguished Service Cross. (service # 35848673) [RIP]
  134. Charles Johnson Chenworth b: September 15, 1878 in Maryland. - Rose to the rank of Colonel in the Corps of Engineers (also served WWI).
  135. Charles Ray Chenoweth b: August 14, 1922 in Adams Co., OH - enlisted 30 Dec 1942, Cincinnati, OH (*)
  136. Charles Richard Chenoweth b: January 18, 1926 in KS – enlisted 9 Oct 1946 with the US Army (this enlistment date is after the war was over, but records indicate that he served in WWII)
  137. Charles William 'Bill' Chenoweth b: November 28, 1918 in Sonoma Co., CA - enlisted 8 Sep 1944 with the US Army, San Francisco, CA (*)
  138. Charles William Chenoweth b: June 10, 1921 - Ohio – served with the US Army as a Private First Class in the 405th Infantry Reg, 102nd Infantry Div. He died in service on December 6, 1944 and is buried at the Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, England (plot D, row 1, grave 68) service #35329048. His awards included the Purple Heart. [RIP]
  139. Christian Wallace Chenoweth b: 1920 in CHINA - served the Army in North Africa
  140. Christopher Carrol Chenoweth b: June 01, 1911 in Bayard, Grant Co., WV - enlisted 6 Apr 1944 in KY with the US Army.
  141. Clarence Frederick 'Jim' Chenoweth b: November 07, 1920 in Henry Co., TN- enlisted 25 Sep 1942 in GA with the US Army
  142. Clarence Homer Chenoweth b: September 17, 1922 in Randolph Co., WV - Private in Company I, 395th Regiment. He received several medals including the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
  143. Clarence James Chenoweth b: April 19, 1915 in Warren Co., OH - enlisted 9 Feb 1942 in Kentucky with the US Army. He served until 23 Oct 1945 attaining the rank of Technician 5. He is buried in Section P, Row 22, Site 26, Dayton National Cemetery, Dayton, OH (*)
  144. Clark Braden 'Click' Chenoweth, Jr. b: June 11, 1920 in Noble Co., OK - enlisted in the US Army, 17 Mar 1942, Oklahoma City, OK (*)
  145. Clifton Calvin Chenoweth b: 1923 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted in the US Army, 19 Jan 1943, Maryland (*)
  146. Clyde Chenoweth b: December 22, 1921 in Coblinz, GERMANY - enlisted in the US Army, 17 Dec 1941, Indiana (*)
  147. Clyde Aaron Chenoweth b: March 16, 1927 in Lyon Co., KS - enlisted US Air Corps 21 Jun 1945, Kansas (*)
  148. Clyde Clarence Chenoweth b: June 29, 1903 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL - served in Indian & Burma with 497th Engineers.
  149. Clyde Gillespie Chenoweth b: July 26, 1916 in Darlington, Gentry Co., MO - served as a Sergeant with the Army Air Corps.
  150. Dale C. Chenoweth b: June 16, 1921 in Washington – enlisted 14 Nov 1939 in NC with the US Army Air Forces. He attained the rank of Tech Sergeant with the 38th Tactical Recon Squadron.
  151. Dale Murray Chenoweth b: June 22, 1911 in Randolph Co., IN
  152. Daniel Anthony Chenoweth b: August 20, 1927 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA - USMC
  153. David Richard Chenoweth b: November 9, 1921 in Ohio - served with the US Navy from 1943 to 1946 in the Pacific Theater. He saw action at Kwajalein, Guam, Peleliu, and Iowa Jima. He was discharged as a Lieutenant Commander and was awarded the Silver Star at Iowa Jima.
  154. Dean Bion Chenoweth b: February 7, 1922 in Minneapolis, MN - served in the US Navy
  155. Donald Jarvis Chenoweth b: May 15, 1925 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX – served with the US Merchant Marines
  156. Donald Lee Chenoweth b: July 12, 1923 in Grafton, WV - served in the US Navy from Dec 1942 to Dec 1948.
  157. Donald Smith Chenoweth b: April 22, 1917 in West Virginia - enlisted US Air Corps 5 Nov 1942, Florida (*)
  158. Donald Victor Chenoweth b: December 24, 1912 in Paoli, Orange Co., IN - enlisted US Army 19 Mar 1942, Peoria, IL (*)
  159. Donn B. Chenoweth b: February 13, 1919 in Stanislaus Co., CA - enlisted US Army 12 Jan 1942, Fersno, CA (*)
  160. Doral P. Chenoweth, Jr b: June 12, 1921 in West Virginia - served as a correspondent with the War Department Bureau of Public Affairs.
  161. Dorothy Marie Chenoweth nee Horton (spouse) b: 1916 in Texas - enlisted Women’s Army Corps 21 Dec 1942, Dallas, TX (*)
  162. Douglas Gifford Chenowth b: May 01, 1919 in San Paulo, BRAZIL - enlisted 23 Jan 1942 with the US Army. He was a Sergeant in the 101st Calvary during WW2
  163. Douglas Price Chenoweth b: August 23, 1914 in Allen Co., IN - enlisted US Army 23 Apr 1941, Indiana (*)
  164. Dow Ray Chenoweth, Jr., b: July 31, 1927 in Butler, MO - served in the US Navy from 22 Mar 1944 to 9 Feb 1946. He is buried in Section J, Site 1031, Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Boulder City, NV.
  165. Dwight J. 'DJ' Chenoweth b: March 11, 1925 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL
  166. Earl Ross Chenowith b: March 17, 1924 in Delaware Co., OK - enlisted US Army 8 May 1942 Tulsa, OK (*)
  167. Edgar Marlin Chenoweth b: July 10, 1913 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted US Army 17 Jul 1942, Maryland (*)
  168. Edmund B. Chenowth, Jr b: July 1, 1918 in Dallas Co., TX – enlisted 5 Mar 1941 with the US Army
  169. Edward Sterling Chenoweth b: July 21, 1915 in Sterling, Logan Co., CO - served in US Army
  170. Edwin Paul Chenoweth b: August 28, 1919 in Highfill, Benton Co., AR - enlisted US Army 17 Oct 1941, Texas (*)
  171. Eleanore Elaine Chenoweth b: August 30, 1916 in Calhoun Co., WV - enlisted Women’s Army Corps 5 Sep 1942, Ohio (*)
  172. Elmer G. Chenoweth b: April 12, 1917 in Moore Park, St Joseph Co., MI - enlisted US Army 17 Oct 1941, Michigan (*)
  173. Emory Roberts Chenoweth b: October 09, 1909 in Dauphin Co., PA - enlisted US Army 17 Dec 1942, Maryland (*)
  174. Eric Chenoweth b: May 28, 1924 in South Australia – died in service on March 31, 1945 in Germany. [RIP]
  175. Eugene Carl Chenoweth b: 1928 in Ohio - served in the US Air Force.
  176. Eugene Joseph Chenoweth b: August 25, 1918 in WV – enlisted 5 Oct 1945 with the US Army (this enlistment date is after the war was over, but records indicate that he served in WWII)
  177. Eugene Virgil Chenoweth b: May 16, 1917 in Loveland, Larimar Co., CO - served in the US Army Tank Corps.
  178. Everett Joseph Chinowth b: August 7, 1914 in Tulare Co., CA – enlisted 26 Apr 1943 with the US Army
  179. Floyd Dale Chenoweth b: May 29, 1926 in Grafton, WV - served in the US Navy from Jun 1944 to Jul 1946
  180. Forest Edwin Chenoweth b: February 01, 1912 in Indiana - enlisted US Army 25 Nov 1940, Indiana (*)
  181. Forrest Glenn Chenoweth b: March 22, 1926 in Forest Grove, Washington Co., OR – served with the US Navy from 1 Feb 1943-10 Feb 1946, attaining the rank Radioman 2nd Class. He is buried in Section V, Site 851, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, OR.
  182. Francis Edward Chenoweth b: Frank Edward Chenoweth in Morgantown, Monongalia Co., WV - served in the US Navy
  183. Francis Elliott Chenoweth b: November 11, 1917 in West Virginia
  184. Frank Edward Chenoweth b: August 13, 1922 in Clinton Co., OH - enlisted 23 Apr 1941 in KY with the US Army. He was killed in action. (service #35123728) [RIP]
  185. Frank Larkin Chenoweth b: November 24, 1897 in Newark, New Jersey - enlisted in the US Army on 13 Aug 1942 at Newark, NJ as a Private. He served with 1201st SCSU (Finance Section), Ft Jay, NY until he was discharged, due to age constraints, on 26 Feb 1943. His son Harold Richard also served and his grandson Peter Clinton would serve in the VietNam War.
  186. Frederick Leroy Chenowith b: November 23, 1925 in MD – enlisted 7 Feb 1946 with the US Army
  187. Gale Chenoweth ( ex-wife of Halford Mahlman Chenoweth) b: 1898 in Ohio - enlisted 18 Mar 1944, Columbus, OH in the Womens Army Corps(*)
  188. George Barton Chenoweth b: 1920 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted 21 Jun 1944, Maryland (*)
  189. George Franklin Chenoweth b: January 31, 1916 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted US Army 30 Mar 1943, Baltimore, MD (*)
  190. George Leroy Chenoweth b: January 10, 1899 in Baltimore City, MD
  191. George Milton Chenoweth b: August 2, 1892 in Jasper Co., MO - enlisted at the age of 50 and served with the US Navy Seabees from 4 Nov 1942-23 Jan 1945. He is buried in Section Z, Site 675, Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA.
  192. George Nelson Chenoweth b: February 16, 1905 in Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted US Army 9 May 1942, Baltimore, MD (*)
  193. George Poole Chenworth, Jr b: October 9, 1918 in MD – enlisted 24 Mar 1941 with the US Army
  194. George Warren Chenoweth b: September 04, 1910 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ - enlisted US Army 18 Jul 1942, Newark, NJ (*)
  195. George Warren Chinouth b: November 15, 1925 in Ogle Co., IL - served in US Army.
  196. George William 'Willie' Chenoweth b: August 18, 1915 in Jack Co., TX - enlisted US Army 18 Jul 1942, Dallas, TX (*)
  197. George William Chenoweth b: April 11, 1921 in Lynn, IN - enlisted on 15 Dec 1941 with the US Navy as a Seaman. Completed school for torpedoes as a 3d Class Torpedoman. He was discharged in Dec 1946 as Chief Torpedoman.
  198. Gordon Gray Chenoweth b: April 10, 1919 in Calhoun Co., WV - served as a Private, with the US Army, in 3 invasions and 7 campaigns in Normandy, North Africa and Sicily. He was a truck driver with the 9th Infantry Division and drove supplies across the bridge at Ramagen before it collapsed.
  199. Guy Bernard Chenoweth b: September 30, 1914 in Tulsa Co., OK - served with the US Army from 11 Jul 1941-20 Oct 1945 attaining the rank of Master Sergeant. He is buried in Section 23, Site 166, National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ
  200. Harland Glendon Chenoweth b: 1923 in Minnesota - enlisted US Army 9 Apr 1943, Butte, MT (*)
  201. Harold Dale Chenoweth b: April 21, 1925 in Randolph Co., WV - served in the US Navy.
  202. Harold Leslie Chenoweth b: September 15, 1923 in Weatherby, DeKalb Co., MO - enlisted 21 Aug 1943, Polk Co., IA. Purple Heart recipient. (*)
  203. Harold Richard Chenoweth b: May 7, 1921 in Newark, Orange Co., NJ - enlisted in the US Marine Corps as a Private on 7 May 1942, in Newark, NJ. He served as a Commo Sergeant with the 113th Marine Amphibious Reconnaissance Battalion in the Pacific Theater. He was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star for wounds received during heroic achievement at Tsugen Shima, Ryukyu Islands on 5-6 Apr 1945, during the invasion of Okinawa. He was medically discharged in 1946 with the rank of Staff Sergeant. His father, Frank Larkin, also served and his son, Peter Clinton, would serve in the VietNam War.
  204. Harold W. Chenoweth b: June 24, 1916 in Highland Co., OH - served in the US Army under Patton - re-enlisted 17 Nov 1945 with the US Army
  205. Harry Hobbs Chenoweth b: October 4, 1892 in Pennsylvania – served in the US Navy. Graduated from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1915. Appointed to the Pennsylvania Naval Reserves on 9 Jul 1920 and would attain the rank of Commander. He also served in World War I.
  206. Harry Marvin Chenoweth b: 1919 in Maryland - enlisted 17 Sep 1941 in PA with the US Army Air Forces.
  207. Harry Paul Chenoweth b: March 13, 1923 in Ventura Co., CA - enlisted 29 Nov 1940, California with the US Army. He served with 10th Mountain Division (Ski Troups) in Italian Alps(*)
  208. Harry Robert Chenoweth, Jr b: 1911 in New Jersey
  209. Harry Wesley Chenoweth, Jr b: October 20, 1918 - served with the US Navy in the Pacific Theater.
  210. Harry William Chenoweth b: June 05, 1910 in New Jersey - enlisted 21 Feb 1941 with the US Army
  211. Harvey Dale Chenoweth b: July 02, 1914 in Smithfield, Fulton Co., IL - fought in WWII under Captain Parker who was under General Patton. He was and Assistant Driver and a Gunner on a tank named "Eileen" in the 3rd and 6th armored unit. His accomplishments while in the Armored units include several awards by the US and the French as he was part of the landing at Normandy and fought through France and into Germany Liberating a Concentration Camp named Buchenwald April 11th 1945, He also fought in the Battle of the Bulge.
  212. Helen Ruth Chenoweth b: January 10, 1920 in Rogers, Benton Co., AR - served in the US Navy
  213. Henry Austin Chenyworth b: November 2, 1920 in Austin, TX - enlisted 12 Mar 1943 in CA with the US Army.
  214. Henry Breckenridge Chenoweth b: May 31, 1920 in California - served with the US Air Force in the European Theater from 1943 to 1946.
  215. Henry Lloyd Chenoweth b: October 4, 1923 in WI – enlisted 7 Jan 1943 with the US Army
  216. Herbert Chenoweth b: July 07, 1923 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 26 Jan 1943 with the US Army. Served in the Army Air Corps in the South Pacific.
  217. Herman Arthur Chenoweth b: September 14, 1920 in Greenfield, Highland Co., OH - enlisted 21 Oct 1942 in KY with the US Army. Served in the US Army with the 89th Division; in combat with the 83d Division; and the 29th Infantry Regiment which was attached to Eisenhower's headquarters. He received the Purple Heart for wounds.
  218. Howard Earl Chenoweth b: March 24, 1923 in Coldwater, MI - enlisted 21 Jan 1943 with the US Army. Served in until 1946.
  219. Howard Grayson Chenoweth b: August 09, 1926 in Maryland - No service information is known other than he served with the US Navy.
  220. Howard Matthew Chenoweth b: April 14, 1924 in Indiana - enlisted 15 Jun 1944 in US Army, Indiana (*)
  221. Howard Paul Chenoweth b: January 25, 1925 in near Abingdon, Knox Co., IL - enlisted 29 May 1943 with the US Army Air Force. Served as a classified bomber pilot from 1943 to 1946, attaining the rank of second lieutenant in Army Air Forces. He also served in the active reserve for 10 years
  222. Howard R.Chenoweth b: November 19, 1918 in Indiana - enlisted 4 May 1944, Maryland with the US Army (*)
  223. Howard Taft Chenoweth b: March 06, 1910 in Lone Cedar, Jackson Co., WV - Captain in the US Army Air Corp, 11th Bomber Squadron
  224. Hugh Eugene Chenoweth b: April 18, 1914 in West Virginia - enlisted 21 Dec 1942 in VA with the US Army. Hhe was a member of the 1254th Army Air Force, ATC Base Unit.
  225. Ira Lee Chenoweth b: April 26, 1917 in Barren Co., KY - enlisted 16 Jun 1942 with the US Army
  226. Irving E.Chenoweth b: August 20, 1919 in Louisiana - enlisted 27 May 1944, Kansas with the US Army (*)
  227. Irving Shoemaker Chenoweth, Jr. b: January 05, 1914 in Philadephia, PA - enlisted 10 Jun 1941, Chcago, IL with the US Army(*)
  228. Ishmael W. Chenoweth b: February 02, 1910 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 7 Mar 1944, Kentucky with the US Army (*)
  229. Jack B Chenoweth b: March 19, 1919 in Wyoming - enlisted 3 Apr 1941, Tacoma, WA with the US Army (*)
  230. Jack Joseph "John" Chenoweth b: May 12, 1911 in New Jersey - enlisted 11 Dec 1942, Newark, NJ, served with the US Army from then to 12 Feb 1946, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. He is buried in Section W, Site 3856, Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly, NJ. (*)
  231. Jackson Blaine 'Jack' Chenoweth b: February 29, 1916 in Washington - enlisted 15 Jan 1942, Seattle, WA with the US Army(*)
  232. James Albert Chenoweth b: January 24, 1924 in Andrews, IN - enlisted 12 Feb 1943 with the US Army. Served in the Pacific Theater and received Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon with four Bronze Stars, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with two Bronze Stars, Good Conduct Medal and the Bronze Arrowhead..
  233. James Barnett Chenoweth b: May 21, 1924 in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL - enlisted 13 Mar 1943, Georgia with the US Army(*)
  234. James Crawford Chenoweth b: b: December 22, 1913 in Henry Co., TN - enlisted 5 May 1943, Tennessee with the US Army(*)
  235. James Crawford Chenoweth b: b: August 09, 1918 in Dallas Co., TX - enlisted 30 Apr 1942 with the US Army. Served in Italy
  236. James David "JD" Chenoweth b: January 30, 1925 in Birmingham, Burfordville, Cape Girardeau Co., MO - enlisted 26 Jul 1943, Missouri with the US Army. He served until 1946. He also served in the US Air Force.(*)
  237. James E. Chenoweth b: July 7, 1911 in Colorado – enlisted 11 Apr 1942 with the US Army. He served until 2 Nov 1945, attaining the rank of Sergeant. He is buried in Section 4, Site 208, Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI.
  238. James Edward Chenoweth b: April 06, 1924 in Randolph Co., WV - known to his service buddies as “Jimmie” he enlisted 15 Feb 1943 in VA with the US Army. He was a Private First Class in Company B, 511th Parachute Infantry, 11th Airborne Division and was killed in action 16 Dec 1944 at Mahong on Leyte Island, Philippines, while his company was engaged in battle with the Japanese. According to a letter, dated 6 Jan 1945, from his commanding officer, CPT Philip Ulrich, “he was shot in the head by enemy machine gun fire and though medical aid was available, he died instantly.” His remains were interred temporarily at the American Cemetery in the Philippines, but his mother and father had his remains brought home to be buried in West Virginia. He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. (service #35749347) [RIP]
  239. James Harvey Chenoweth, Jr b: 1922 in CHINA - enlisted 4 Dec 1942 with the US Army as a combat Engineer until he transferred to the paratroops. Assigned to the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division, he was with them during the airborne invasion of Holland in 1944, the Ardennes campaign, the Rhineland campaign, the crossing of the Elbe River, and the later occupation of Berlin. Among his military awards are the Army's Bronze Star Medal, the Dutch Miltary Order of William, and the Belgian Fourragere.
  240. James Merl Chenoweth b: May 22, 1924 in Dayton, OH - served in the US Army from 1943 to 1945.
  241. James Miles Chenoweth b: about 1923 - Served in the Pacific during the assualt on Iwo Jima
  242. James North Chenoweth b: 1911 in Colorado - enlisted 11 May 1942, Arizona with the US Army(*)
  243. James Wilbert Chenoweth b: May 12, 1924 - enlisted 6 Mar 1943 with the US Army. He served in the Pacific Theater
  244. Jean Bailey Webster Chenoweth b: February 26, 1916 in West Virginia - enlisted 7 Aug 1941 in VA with the US Army. He served in the South Pacific
  245. Jesse Lee Chenoweth b: July 31, 1911 in DuQuoin, Perry Co., IL.
  246. John Alvin Chenoweth b: August 27, 1916 in IN – enlisted 16 Nov 1942 with the US Army.
  247. John Bartlett Chenoweth b: March 28, 1914 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - Captain in Company H, 413th Infantry Regiment. He received several medals including the Silver Star, Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, and Purple Heart.
  248. John Beverly Chenoweth b: November 04, 1906 in Misssouri - Specialist First Class US Navy, served in the SeaBees
  249. John Carl Chenoweth, Jr. b: March 23, 1923 in Greenfield, Highland Co., OH
  250. John David Chenoweth b: September 07, 1908 in Randolph Co., WV - served as a Sergeant in the US Army
  251. John Douglas Chenoweth b: December 17, 1924 in McMinnville, Yamhill Co., OR - No information is known of his service. His brother, Oscar Ivan, Jr, and his father, Oscar Ivan, would also serve.
  252. John Edgar Chenoweth, Jr b: September 2, 1925 in Pueblo, CO - served in the US Navy
  253. John Emory Chenoweth b: December 18, 1912 in Hanover, York Co., PA - served in the US Navy
  254. John Jonas Chenoweth b: June 11, 1919 in Ohio - US Navy
  255. John Joseph Chenoweth b: October 21, 1919 in Maryland - honorably discharged in 1947, having served as a Light Artillery Gun Crewman and was decorated with the Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal, Army of Occupation, EAME Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal and a Presidential Unit Citation.
  256. John Knotts Chenoweth b: February 13, 1913 in Walnut, Calhoun Co., WV - enlisted 15 Mar 1945 in the US Army, Indiana (*)
  257. John Lewis Chinworth b: August 20, 1920 in Warsaw, Kosciousko Co., IN – enlisted 2 Nov 1945 with the US Army. He served with Headquarters Co., 1107th Engineer Combat Group and 245th Combat Engineer Battalion in Europe, Rhineland, Central Europe, Ardennes and Occupational Forces.
  258. John Martin Chenoweth, Jr. b: December 1919 in Belmont Co., OH - enlisted 7 Jan 1942 in the US Army, Ohio (*)
  259. John Pressly Wilson Chenoweth, Jr. b: February 26, 1916 in West Virginia - served US Navy
  260. John Richard Chenoweth b: 1919 in Michigan - enlisted 23 Apr 1941 in the US Army, Detroit, MI (*)
  261. John Thomas Chenoweth b: December 13, 1919 in Tippiecanoe Co., IN - served with the US Navy Seabees.
  262. Joseph E. Chineworth, Jr. b: July 13, 1923 in Rock Co., IL - Tuskeegee Airman and a fighter pilot in WWII
  263. Joseph Ernest Chenoweth b: May 22, 1918 in Bernadotte, IL - served with the US Army Air Corps
  264. Joseph Gordon Chenoweth b: December 17, 1919 in Elko, Elko Co., NV - Killed in action on September 7, 1944 in the Philippines. Joseph was in Navy and at Corregidor when it fell and was badly wounded. He died as a prisoner-of war. He was awarded the Purple Heart. Name inscribed on the Tablets of the Missing at Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines [RIP]
  265. Joseph Harrison Chenoweth, b: March 05, 1915 in Amarillo, Potter Co., TX - served in the US Navy (also served in Korea)
  266. Joseph Harry Woodrow Chenoweth b: June 28, 1917 in Missouri - 2nd Lieutenant US Army Air Corps.
  267. Joseph Theodore 'Sears' Chenoweth b: December 05, 1908 in Maryland
  268. Joseph Wilburn Chenoweth, III b: May 23, 1923 in Texas - 1st Lt US Army
  269. Joshua Gent 'Jim' Chenoweth III b: October 30, 1924 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted 2 Mar 1943 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  270. Julius Melvin "JM" Chenoweth b: March 4, 1924 in Indianapolis, IN - served 3 yrs as a medic with the US Army.
  271. Junior Teach Chenoweth, b: May 11, 1922 in Greene Co., OH - enlisted 16 Nov 1942 with the US Army. (serial #35614592)
  272. Karl James 'Jim' Chenoweth, Jr., b: January 11, 1925 in Pocatello, Bannock Co., ID - served in the U.S. Navy as a Gunner's mate Second Class aboard the U.S.S. Portland for over three years during WWII and then joined the U.S. Army Air Corp for three years as a sergeant with the HQ and HQ Squadron 4205th AB Group as part of the counter intelligence corp.
  273. Kenneth Kee Chenoweth b: 1926 in West Virginia - US Navy
  274. Kyle Edward 'Bud' Chinouth b: February 25, 1927 in Johnson City, Washington Co., TN - US Corps of Engineers serving in Berlin 1945-1947. He received the WWII Victory Medal, and Army of Occupation Medal, and rifleman 745. He was also selected to serve as a military guard due to his 6'4" stature and weight at the Nuremberg Trials
  275. Lawrence Dean Chenoweth b: June 10, 1924 in Kansas - drafted and served in Engineering Corps at Ft Lewis, WA.
  276. L.D. Chenoweth, b: August 10, 1923 in Westimber, Washington Co., OR - US Navy
  277. Lee Andrew Chenoweth b: April 25, 1917 in Beloit, WI - enlisted in 1938 and spent 22 years in the US Air Force as a pilot, retired as a Colonel.
  278. Lee Herbert Chenoweth b: July 25, 1909 in Lyon Co., KS - served with the US Navy. Among his awards were Victory Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign Medal with 2 Bronze Stars and the American Area Campaign Medal
  279. Legrand Chenoweth b: June 16, 1912 in Whitman Co., WA - enlisted 19 Mar 1942 in the US Army, Tacoma, WA (*)
  280. Leland Walter Chenoweth b: July 25, 1919 in Blair, WI – enlisted 15 Oct 1940 with the US Army. He served in Red Arrow, 32nd Division. Awarded Purple Heart after being shot by sniper during liberation of New Guinea.
  281. Leo Wesley Chenoweth b: 1908 in Middleton, Canyon Co., ID - enlisted 12 Oct 1942 in the US Army, Boise, ID (*)
  282. Leroy Donald Chenoweth b: January 18, 1926 in Los Angeles Co., CA - US Navy
  283. Leslie Claire Chenoweth b: April 11, 1921 in Sonoma Co., CA - enlisted 8 Sep 1944 with the US Army
  284. Leston Lee Chenoweth b: July 03, 1911 Caldwell, Canyon Co., ID - joined the Navy in 1942. Served in the Submarine Service at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii until 1945 after training at New London, CT.
  285. Lewis Pringle Chenoweth b: March 29, 1912 in Madison Co., OH - enlisted 9 Oct 1943 in the US Army, Cincinnati, OH (*)
  286. Lewis Woodrow Chenoweth b: June 04, 1922 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 6 Jan 1941 in the US Army, Virginia He served until his discharge on 20 Jun 1945 (*)
  287. Lyle Morse Chenoweth b: October 31, 1916 in Wisconsin – served as a Lieutenant with the Australian forces. [Australian line]
  288. Marion Eugene Chenoweth b: 1922 in Colorado - served in Navy Seabees from 1943 to 1945 in the Philippines and New Guinea
  289. Martin E. Chenowith b: August 01, 1916 in Maryland - enlisted 1 Jan 1943 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  290. Marvin Chester 'Peck' Chenoweth b: August 11, 1923 in West Virginia - enlisted 17 Jun 1942 in the US Army, Ohio (*)
  291. Marvin Monroe Chenoweth b: January 7, 1904 in Winchester, Randolph Co., IN
  292. Mary Ann Chenoweth b: April 17, 1918 in Tulsa, OK – served in the US Coast Guard.
  293. Mary Jayne Chenoweth b: Mary Jayne Chenoweth in Ohio – served in the enlisted 18 Feb 1943 in the US Army, Columbia, OH (*)
  294. Maurice Anson Chenoweth b: February 17, 1910 in Bernadott, IL - served with the 497th Engineers, US Army.
  295. Max Hugh Chenoweth b: May 29, 1915 in Fennville, MI - served in the US Army with a Rifle Company and served as an officer on a battalion staff. He retired from a Military Police Battalion as a LTC after serving in the Korean Conflict.
  296. Mervyn D. Chenoweth b: February 15, 1913 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA - enlisted in Army, volunteering for service in the Philippines. Was part of the defense force at Bataan. Served 3 years in a Japanese POW camp, having survived the Bataan Death March falling into captivity.
  297. Milton Andrew Chenoweth b: August 01, 1916 in Fulton Co., IL - enlisted 30 Jul 1941 in the US Army, Chicago, IL (*)
  298. Milton Leonard 'Bud' Chenoweth b: November 19, 1916 in Arkansas - enlisted 3 Feb 1941 in the US Army, Sacramento, CA (*)
  299. Nadine Chenoweth b: December 25, 1916 in Ottawa Co., OK - enlisted 8 Feb 1943 in the US Army, Oklahoma City, OK (*)
  300. Nolan Dale Chenoweth b: December 18, 1922 in Racine, Newton Co., MO - enlisted 13 Sep 1945 in the US Army, California (*)(this enlistment date is after the war was over, but records indicate that he served in WWII).
  301. Norris W. Chenoweth b: July 18, 1908 in Curry Co., OR - The only information known is from his gravestone, which indicates he served as an Ordinance-Explosive/Bosan's Mate First Class in the US Naval Reserve.
  302. Oras Vernon 'Jack' Chenoweth, Jr b: 1919 in Illinois - US Army
  303. Orman Howard Chenoweth b: December 2, 1930 in Michigan – also served in the Korean War.
  304. Orville Chenoweth b: June 25, 1921 in Beadle Co., SD
  305. Oscar Ivan Chenoweth b: July 02, 1892 in Martin Co., IN - served in World War I and died in service during World War II. Was a Major in the US Army. His 2 sons, Oscar Ivan Jr and John Douglas, would also serve. He is buried in Section COL-2, Row 410, Site B, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, OR. [RIP]
  306. Oscar Ivan Chenoweth, Jr. b: July 16, 1917 in Salem, Marion Co., OR - US Navy Ace Pilot, awarded Silver Star, DFC and Air Medal. His brother, John Douglas, and his father, Oscar Ivan, would also serve.
  307. Oscar Long Chenoweth, Jr b: 1919 in Texas - US Navy, submarines
  308. Paul Francis Chenoweth b: June 11, 1920 in Xenia, OH - enlisted 30 Jun 1942 with the US Army Air Forces. He was stationed in Karachi, India during the war
  309. Paul Henry Chenoweth b: June 14, 1905 in Oregon – served as a Private in US Army, enlisted 16 Apr 1943
  310. Paul Stephen Chenoweth b: October 08, 1917 in Indiana – enlisted US Air Corps 19 Aug 1941 in the US Army, Indiana (*)
  311. Perthas C. Chenoweth b: June 21, 1901 in Clarksburg, Harrison Co., WV (doctor)
  312. Philip Andrew Chenoweth b: August 21, 1919 in Chicago, IL - enlisted in US Army on 9 Jun 1941 and served in the European Theater. He received the US Army American Defense Medal, European-African-Middle East Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal and 5 battle stars. He was discharged on 14 Sep 1945 as a Technical Sergeant.
  313. Philip Moore Chenoweth b: June 8, 1920 in Cleveland, OH - enlisted 14 Oct 1942 in NY with the US Army for 2 years.
  314. Phyllis Chenoweth b: August 24, 1922 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD - served in US Coast Guard Women's Reserves.
  315. Porter B. Chenoweth b: February 18, 1907 in Gilmer Co., WV - US Marine Corp.
  316. Ralph Chenoweth b: September 24, 1920 in Germany - served in the US Army as a SGT.
  317. Ralph A. Chenoweth b: March 12, 1906 in Missouri – enlisted 7 May 1942 with the US Army. He served until 9 Sep 1945 attaining the rank of Master Sergeant. He is buried in Section I, Site 420, Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, MO.
  318. Ralph Dale Chenoweth b: May 17, 1919 in Clinton, DeWitt Co., IL - served in the US Air Force.
  319. Raymond Arthur Chenoweth b: March 22, 1919 in Sutter Co., CA - enlisted US Air Corps 14 Oct 1942 in the US Army, Los Angeles, CA (*)
  320. Raymond Cohagen 'Ray' Chenoweth b: April 08, 1919 in South Charleston, Clark Co., OH - enlisted 20 Jan 1942 in the US Army, Kentucky (*)
  321. Raymond Dwight Chenoweth b: June 10, 1922 - served in the US Army in the European Theater. He was captured in France on January 20, 1945 and held as a POW until May 19, 1945.
  322. Raymond Hustead 'Ray' Chenoweth b: June 23, 1913 in Caldwell, Canyon Co., ID - enlisting in 1942, he served with the US Navy until 1945. He was an aviation machinist mate/radioman first class with VPB-23, flying on PBYs in the South Pacific.
  323. Raymond William Chenoweth b: September 14, 1917 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted 8 Jun 1945 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  324. Reginald Foch Chenoweth b: August 28, 1918 in Indiana - served in the US Army as a Tech Sergeant with the 91st Field Hospital during the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign.
  325. Richard Arthur Chenoweth b: August 06, 1926 in Monterey Co., CA - enlisted 11 Nov 1944 in the US Army, California (*)
  326. Richard Carvel Chenoweth b: February 28, 1924 in San Francisco, CA - served with the US Air Force from 1942 to 1945.
  327. Richard Houston Chenoweth b: October 26, 1906 in Tennessee - enlisted 29 Oct 1942 in the US Army, San Francisco, CA (*)
  328. Richard James Chenoweth b: May 13, 1928 in East Chicago, Cook Co., IL – served in the US Navy.
  329. Richard Joseph Chenoweth b: February 27, 1917 in Bruning, Thayer Co., NE - served with the US Air Force (career - also in Korean War).
  330. Robert Abraham Chenoweth b: May 29, 1907 in Lathrop, MO - served in the US Navy.
  331. Robert Carl Chenoweth b: July 19, 1925 in Nicut, Calhoun Co., WV - enlisted 11 Sep 1943 with the US Army Air Forces. He trained at Sheppard Field, TX; East Central State College, Ada, OK; and Kingman Air Field, AZ, where he received his aerial gunnery wings. In Nov 1944 he went overseas where he served as a Staff Sergeant in the 817th Bomber Squadron, 483d Bomber Group, Heavy. He was killed in action on 16 Feb 1945 serving as a tail gunner on a B-17 over Yugoslavia, Austria and Germany. The entire crew was reported missing in action following a bombing mission over Target Hall Marshalling Yards, Austria. They were bombing from above the clouds when they received a direct hit by a bomb from one of our own planes flying in another formation overhead. Breaking into two pieces, the front half of the plane burst into flames. He is buried in Lorraine American Cemetery, Plot F, Row 14, Grave 28, St Avold (Moselle), France. His awards include the Purple Heart and Air Medal. (service # 35761093) [RIP]
  332. Robert Daniel Chenoweth b: August 20, 1928 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA
  333. Robert Denslow Chenoweth b: April 07, 1912 in Johnson Co., IN - enlisted 6 Aug 1942 in the US Army, Cincinnati, OH (*)
  334. Robert Edmind Chinowth b: July 1, 1925 in Carrollton, IL – enlisted 13 Aug 1943 with the US Army Air Corps. He was awarded 4 Bronze Stars for service in New Guinea, Bismark Archipelago, South Philippines and Luzon with Company D 583rd Signal Aircraft Warning Battalion. He was discharged as a Private First Class on 28 Dec 1945. He was also awarded the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Campaign Ribbon, 3 overseas Service Bars and the Victory Ribbon.
  335. Robert Francis 'Ottie' Chenoweth b: June 06, 1925 in Franklin Co., OH - served with the US Army in Europe and South Pacific.
  336. Robert Frederick Chinworth b: August 29, 1919 in Indiana - served with the US Army, attaining the rank of Master Sergeant. He saw action in the European Theater and was killed in action. (service #15106787) [RIP]
  337. Robert H. Chenoweth b: July 27, 1927 in IA – enlisted 7 Feb 1946 with the US Army
  338. Robert Harrison Chenoweth b: October 31, 1924 in Douglas Co., NE - served as an Ensign in the US Navy
  339. Robert J. Chenoweth b: March 6, 1923 in New Jersey - served with the US Marine Corps in the South Pacific. His awards included the Silver Star with 3 battle stars. He would also serve in the Korean War.
  340. Robert James Chenoweth b: September 17, 1905 in West Virginia - served as a Chaplain with the US Army in the European Theater.
  341. Robert Lee Chenoweth b: May 17, 1923 in Baltimore Co., MD - served in the US Army.
  342. Robert Legrande Chenoweth b: March 03, 1911 in Pullman, Whitman Co., WA - enlisted 8 Jan 1942 in the US Army, Portland, OR (*)
  343. Robert Leon Chenoweth b: March 02, 1920 in Indiana - enlisted 3 Nov 1942, Indianapolis in the US Army, IN (*)
  344. Robert Max Chenoweth b: January 18, 1926 in Woodward, OK - served in European Theater in Germany and receiving 2 Bronze Stars.
  345. Robert Neil Chenoweth b: January 26, 1908 in Elkins, WV - served with the US Army from 21 Sep 1943 to 26 Sep 1945.
  346. Robert Newton Chenoweth b: August 10, 1918 in California - served as a First Lieutenant of the US AAF 1st Fighter Group, who was killed when his P-38, on a ferry flight from the UK to Gibraltar/North Africa, crashed into a mountain at Ortigueira, Corunna, Spain, on November 15, 1942
  347. Robert Orel Chenoweth b: July 22, 1921 in Springfield, Greene Co., MO – served in the US Army with General Patton's famed "3d Army" until 28 Oct 1945. He is buried in Section C-3, Site 203, San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, Gustine, CA.
  348. Robert Page Chenoweth b: 1927 in Wirt Co., WV – enlisted 16 Jan 1946 with the US Army
  349. Robert Stewart Chenowith b: September 18, 1922 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted 30 Nov 1942 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  350. Roland Eugene Chenoweth b: January 13, 1926 in KS – enlisted 31 Oct 1945 with the US Army
  351. Roland Milton Chenoweth b: September 12, 1920 in Kansas - enlisted 23 Dec 1940 with the US Army. He attained the rank of Technician 4th Grade with the 9997th Field Artillery Battalion. (Serial #20759431)
  352. Rolland Elmer Chenoweth b: September 9, 1921 in Wyoming – served in the US Army Air Forces as a Private First Class with the 21st Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group. He was listed as missing in action on 24 Oct 1944 and is listed on the Tablets of the Missing at Manilla American Cemetery, Ft McKinley, Manilla, Philippines. His awards include the Silver Star and Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster. (service # 19020459) [RIP]
  353. Roy Chenoweth b: July 12, 1917 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA - US Army
  354. Roy A. Chenoweth b: 1917 in Kansas - enlisted 16 Sep 1940 with the US Army attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant with A Battery, 749th Field Artillery Battalion.
  355. Roy Maynard Chenoweth b: January 09, 1921 in Madison Co., OH - served in the South Pacific
  356. Roy William Chenoweth b: October 14, 1927 in Morgan Co., IN - served in US Army & Merchant Marines
  357. Ruby Ilene Chenoweth (now Frederick) b: March 11, 1925 in Table Grove, IL – enlisted 12 Mar 1945 with the US Army Women’s Air Corps.
  358. Samuel Alonzo Chenoweth, Jr. b: August 04, 1923 in Dallas Co., TX - US Navy
  359. Shirley Chenoweth b: August 20, 1898 in Missouri - enlisted 3 Dec 1942 in the US Army, Peoria, IL (*)
  360. Stewart Jacob 'Jake' Chenoweth b: October 27, 1916 in Dauphin Co., PA - – enlisted 3 Feb 1941 with the US Army. He served until 17 Nov 1945, attaining the rank of Chief Warrant Officer. He is buried in Section 12B, Site 1315, Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, PA. (*)
  361. Stuart Curran Chenoweth b: November 9, 1917 in California - served as a B-17 bombardier and navigator with the 8th Air Force at Pembroke, England. He flew more than 23 bombing missions over Germany and received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses.
  362. Theodore David Chenoweth b: September 3, 1922 in Los Angeles, CA
  363. Theodore Gerald Chenoweth b: October 27, 1927 in Ventura Co., CA – served in the military from 30 Aug 1944-19 Jul 1945. He is buried in Section AA Site C-356F, Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA.
  364. Thomas A. Chenoweth b: April 26, 1913 in New Jersey - enlisted 14 Mar 1942 in the US Army, Fort Dix, NJ (*)
  365. Thomas Benjamin Chenoweth b: June 15, 1925 in Hollins Station, Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted 9 Dec 1943 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  366. Thomas H. Chenoweth b: July 22, 1913 in Kansas - enlisted 16 Dec 1942 in the US Army, Denver, CO (*)
  367. Thomas Oliver Chenoweth b: August 02, 1918 in Trinidad, Las Animas Co., CO - enlisted 16 Jan 1942 in the US Army (*)
  368. Thomas Scurry Chenoweth b: March 02, 1907 in Snyder, Scurry Co., TX - enlisted 29 Apr 1943 with the US Army. He also served with the US Marine Corps.
  369. Tunie Chenoweth b: October 27, 1927 in Baltimore City, MD – enlisted 3 Apr 1946 with the US Army.
  370. Vaughn Leroy Chenoweth b: June 13, 1919 in Darke Co., OH - served as a crew chief during World War II in the European Theatre of operations with the Army Air Corps
  371. Vester M. Chenoweth b: December 11, 1906 in Illinois - enlisted 24 Jun 1942 in the US Army, East St. Louis, IL. He served until 14 Nov 1945, attaining the rank of Corporal. He is buried in Section 44, Site 40, National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ. (*)
  372. Virgil Elias Chenoweth b: November 06, 1918 in Wells Co., IN - enlisted 17 Mar 1942, Indiana (*)
  373. Walter Garth Chenoweth b: November 3, 1920 in California – served with the US Army and taken prisoner by the Germans on 14 Jul 1944.
  374. Walter Thomas 'Bill' Chenoweth b: February 26, 1916 in Baltimore City, MD - enlisted 5 Nov 1942 in the US Army, Baltimore, MD (*)
  375. Warren Emory Chenoweth b: February 10, 1926 in Maryland - US Navy
  376. Wilbert Proctor Chenoweth, Jr b: January 27, 1918 in Baltimore City, MD – served with the US Army Air Forces throughout Europe.
  377. Willard A. Chenoweth b: August 21, 1916 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 7 Aug 1941 in the US Army, Cleveland, OH (*)
  378. Willard Owen Chenoweth b: October 17, 1920 in West Virginia - served in Europe though he never saw action.
  379. Willard W. Chenoweth b: April 14, 1916 in Greene Co., IL - enlisted 20 Mar 1942 with the US Army Air Corps
  380. William Alvin Chenoweth b: November 14, 1922 in Richmond, Wayne Co., IN - served with the US Army Air Corps from 7 Jan 1944-11 Aug 1945, attaining the rank of 1st Lieutenant. He is buried in Section CT4-N, Row 600, Site 627, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, HI.
  381. William Andrew Chenoweth b: September 12, 1910 in Henry Co., TN - enlisted on 21 Dec 1942 with the US Navy. and served with the 137th Naval Construction Battalion. He was discharged on 19 Oct 1945 as a CMoMM.
  382. William Arthur Chenoweth, III b: November 15, 1916 in Alabama - enlisted 27 Jul 1940 in NC with the US Army Air Corps, serving as a Captain. He received the Air Medal, Silver Star and Purple. He was killed on 29 Jul 1943 in China. (Serial #O-406481) [RIP]
  383. William Carl Chenoweth b: June 14, 1918 in Grafton, Taylor Co., WV - enlisted 28 Feb 1945 in the US Army, Pittsburgh, PA (*)
  384. William Clements Chenoweth b: September 30, 1914 in Illinois - a graduate of the US Military Academy, West Point, NY in 1937, he served as a civil engineer with the 2d Philippine Army Corps. He was captured on April 9, 1942 and endured the Bataan Death March and internment in a Japanese prison camp from 1942 to October 30, 1944. He, along with 80 other prisoners, escaped a Japanese Prison ship, when it was torpedoed, while transferring prisoners. He suffered, among other injuries, a broken back in the escape. He was hospitalized in Australia and later stateside, after liberation, from 1944 to 1945. From 1945 to 1946, he was commander of the Engineer Detachment, US Military Acadmy. He attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel prior to his medical retirement in 1946.
  385. William Earl Chenoweth b: 1928 in Ohio - served in the US Navy in the New Guinea Theatre
  386. William Earl Chenworth b: January 05, 1919 in Cockeysville, Baltimore Co., MD - enlisted 18 Jul 1944 with the US Army. He attained the rank of Corporal. He is buried at Ft Logan National Cemetery, CO.
  387. William Edward Chenoweth b: January 20, 1912 in New Jersey - enlisted 16 Sep 1940 in the US Army, Newark, NJ (*)
  388. William Ercel Chenworth b: October 29, 1919 in Linneus, Linn Co., MO - he served in the US Army during from Dec. 1941 to July 1945
  389. William F. Chenowith b: November 26, 1912 in Allegany Co., MD - US Marines
  390. William F. Chenoweth b: March 15, 1928 in Ohio - US Army Air Force
  391. William Frank Chenoweth b: 1924 in CHINA - enlisted 2 Apr 1943 in NJ with the US Army. He served in the Signal Corps in the Pacific Theater and was involved in action on Okinawa.
  392. William Fredrick Chenoweth, Jr. b: March 02, 1924 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA - enlisted 13 Dec 1942 in the US Army, Kentucky (*)
  393. William Gilbert Chenoweth b: September 05, 1919 in Morgantown, Monongalia Co., WV - enlisted 23 Dec 1942 with the US Army Air Corps
  394. William H. Chenoweth b: September 18, 1917 in Madison Co., MO - served in the US Army
  395. William John Chenoweth b: November 08, 1908 in Dauphin Co., PA - enlisted 7 Oct 1942 in the US Army, Harrisburg, PA (*)
  396. William Martin Chenoweth b: April 23, 1916 in Baltimore Co., MD- served in the US Navy
  397. William Robert Chenoweth b: April 12, 1920 in Vermilion Co., IL - enlisted 12 Dec 1941 in the US Army, Peoria, IL (*)
  398. William T. Chenoweth b: November 26, 1912 in Cumberland, MD - served with the US Marine Corps.
  399. Wilson Smith Chenoweth b: September 12, 1912 in Ottawa Co., OK - enlisted 22 Mar 1941 with the US Army, served in the Pacific Theater in preparation for the invasion of Okinawa.
  400. Winston Ercel Chenoweth b: October 29, 1919 in Linneus, Linn Co., MO - enlisted 19 Dec 1941 with the US Army. He served until 15 Jul 1945, attaining the rank of Corporal. He is buried in Section 50, Site 174, National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ. [RIP]
  401. Woodrow Lewis Chenoweth b: 4 Jun 1922 - enlisted 15 Jul 1944 and served until his discharge on 20 Jun 1945.
  402. Larry Leroy Clendenen b: June 27, 1924 - Served in the US Army Artillery served in France and Germany in the European Theater. He was awarded a Purple Heart and Silver Star for saving an injured solider in a mine field. He was honorably discharged Dec. 4, 1945
  403. William Delbert 'Bill' Clothier(spouse) b: February 11, 1925 in Palouse, Pend Oreile Co., WA
  404. Lee Coffman b: in Stalnaker Run, Randolph Co., WV
  405. Alba Wilmoth "Albie Collett b: April 03, 1911 in Elkins, WV - enlisted 14 Dec 1942 with the US Army with 15th Ordnance Company
  406. Albert Jeffrey Collett b: March 26, 1916 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 6 Apr 1943 in Akron, OH with the US Army. He served with a medical detachment, 1st US Army.
  407. Howard Fultz Collett b: March 5, 1922 in Randolph Co., WV
  408. Willard Ernest Collett b: April 24, 1920 in Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 24 Aug 1943 in Cleveland, OH with the US Army. He served with 740th Railroad Battalion, He died at the end of the war on 15 Jul 1945, in Germany when he was crushed by a train. [RIP]
  409. Noble Floyd Conner, Jr. (spouse) b: 1924 - served with the US Army Air Forces overseas in New Guinea and participated in the invasions of Leyte and Luzon, Philippines.
  410. Robert Cook b: abt 1921 in Herrin, Williamson Co., IL - served in US Navy
  411. George W. Cornell (spouse) b: July 21, 1920 in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK - US Army
  412. Blaine Sherman Corrick b: February 12, 1917 in Horton, Randolph Co., WV - served in Italy
  413. Robert C. Corrick b: July 09, 1921 in West Virginia
  414. Howard Allen Corron b: March 31, 1919 in Idaho - Service from 09 Dec 1941 to 01 Oct 1945, Staff Sergeant U.S. Army Air Corps
  415. Dennis Couch (spouse) - enlisted 12 Apr 1941 with the US Army.
  416. Robert William Couchman b: July 30, 1920 in Burt Co., NE – died February 1945 in Germany. [RIP]
  417. Clarence L. Coulson (spouse) b: July 31, 1911 in Centerville, IA - served with the US Army at the Battle of the Bulge.
  418. Shirley Dean Creed b: October 15, 1905 in Walnut Grove, Greene Co., MO
  419. Milton David Crippin b: August 06, 1920 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL - served his country for 26 years in the Army. During his military career he was in WW II, landing on Utah Beach on D-Day, and participated in the Normandy, St. Lo, Ardennes, Rhineland and Bulge campaigns as a member of the 22nd Regiment, 4th Infantry Division. To his knowledge, he was the last remaining soldier of his division that landed in Utah Beach. He served the Korean War and after retirement was recalled to train troops for the Vietnam Conflict.
  420. Refunio Jon Cruz (spouse) b: November 16, 1920 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA - enlisted 22 Jun 1943 at Camp Dodge, IA with the US Army. He was killed in action on 14 Aug 1944 and is buried in Manry, St. James, France. [RIP]
  421. Charles N. Cushwa b: February 11, 1916 in Berkeley Co., WV - US Army SSgt
  422. Miriam B. Cushwa (spouse) b: June 23, 1913- 1st Lt US Army Air Corps
  423. Jack Nichols Culpepper b: September 15, 1927 in TX – served with the US Navy
  424. David Henry Daniels b: March 30, 1922 in Kellogg, Shoshone Co., ID - Naval pilot and flew RF4D (C-54) transport planes in the South Pacific
  425. Erle Hobart Daniels b: December 23, 1919 in Cavendish, Clearwater Co., ID
  426. Benton Weaver Decker b: July 20, 1899 in Delaware - US Navy, served also served in the First World War and the Korean War. Son of Commadore Benton C. Decker, an Ensign in 1920, he would rise to the rank of Rear Admiral.
  427. Donald Maxon DeGroot b: November 19, 1912 in Niobrara Co., WY – served with the US Army as a Private First Class. Indications are he died in service on 11 Aug 1943. (serial #37149082)
  428. Wallace Argil Depp b: June 04, 1922 in Barren Co., KY
  429. Jerral Walter Derryberry b: November 07, 1919 in Denton Co., TX - enlisted 7 Sep 1940 in Dallas, TX with the US Army Air Forces. He died in a B-24 Liberator plane crash in California on a training mission. He was an instructor, ferried planes to Europe and flew on at least one bombing mission across France. He attained the rank of Colonel. [RIP]
  430. Lee Harold Derryberry b: January 21, 1922 in Frisco, Collin Co., TX - enlisted 21 Aug 1940 in Dallas, TX with the US Army. He served with Troop A, 5th Calvalry, 1st Division under General MacArthur. He was killed by a Japanese sniper, November 29, 1944, on Leyete Island, Philippines during an assault on Mt. Cabungangan. Previously he has lost his finger from gunshot in an assault on Los Negros Island, in the Bismarck Archipelago, Admiralty Islands. His unit served as a commando squad. (serial # 18006035
  431. Louis Earl Derryberry b: February 21, 1902 in Boyd, Wise Co., TX - served with the US Air Force, ferrying planes to Africa, India, Japan and China. He retired in the 1950s with the rank of Colonel. He would also serve in the Korean War.
  432. Olive Josephine 'Jady' Derryberry b: May 07, 1924 in Wetsel, Collin Co., TX - 2nd Lt. in Nursing Corps at Army Hospital in Temple, TX
  433. Addison Dimmitt, Jr b: November 7, 1917 in Jefferson Co., KY – enlisted 12 Nov 1942 in the US Army at Ft Benjamin Harrison.
  434. Raymond Ira Dockstader b: April 26, 1917 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA – Seabees, US Navy in the South Pacific
  435. Paul Edward Doty b: April 12, 1917 in Ohio – enlisted 8 Aug 1945 with the US Army. He served as a truck driver.
  436. Robert Wilkins Douglass, Jr (spouse) b: 1900 in Memphis, TN – (biography obtained from the USAF) He joined the Student Army Training Corps on October 10, 1918; entered the US Military Academy November 3, 1918, graduated June 13, 1922 and was commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry.

    After serving with the 29th Infantry at Ft Benning, GA, General Douglass entered the Primary Flying School at Brooks Field, TX in March 1924, was transferred to the Advanced Flying School at Kelly Field, TX, and completed his flying training a year later. He was assigned to the 94th Pursuit Squadron at Selfridge Field, MI. In January 1926 he went to France Field in the Panama Canal Zone for duty with the 24th Pursuit Squadron, and on April 13, 1926 was transferred to the Air Service.

    Appointed an instructor in the Air Corps Primary Flying School at Brooks Field, TX in February 1929, General Douglass served as aide to the commanding general of Duncan Field, TX from January 1920 to October 1931, moving to Randolph Field, TX in that capacity. In August 1934 he entered the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, AL and graduated the following June. Moving to Barksdale Field, LA, he served with the 55th Pursuit Squadron and later became intelligence and operations officer of the 20th Pursuit Squadron.

    Going to Schofield Barracks, HI in September 1937, General Douglass was assigned to the 18th Pursuit Group, and two years later joined the 18th Reconnaissance Squadron at Mitchel Field, NY. From September 1940 until January 1941 he was an observer in England, and then attended the Air Defense School at Mitchel Field. In April 1941 he was named executive officer of the Third Interceptor Command at Tampa, FL beoming operations officer of the Third Air Force that October. The following February he was named a member of the Permanent Joint Board on Defense of Canada and the US.

    Returning to Hawaii in September 1942, General Douglass commanded the Seventh Fighter Command until April 1944 when he assumed command of the Seventh Air Force in the Central Pacific. In July 1945 he was assigned to the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. That October the general assumed command of the First Air Force at Mitchel Field, NY taking it to Ft Slocum, NY the following June. He became commanding general of the Indoctrination Division of the Air Training Command at San Antonio, TX in July 1947.

    Transferred to the US Air Forces in Europe in October 1948, General Douglass was named Chief of Staff, USAFE, at Wiesbaden, Germany. In February 1951 he became acting commander of the 12th Air Force at Wiesbaden and the following month was named special assistant to the commander-in-chief, USAFE, there. That April he assumed command of the 18th Air Force, Tactical Air Command, at Greenville Air Force Base, SC.

    Assigned to Air Force headquarters, Washington, DC on September 30, 1954, the general was named senior US Air Force member on the Joint Mexican-US Defense Commission. On November 1, 1954 he also became senior US Air Force member, US Delegation, on the Joint Brazil-US Defense Commission.

    Robert Wilkins Douglass, Jr retired from active duty as a Major General, was rated a command pilot, combat observer and technical observer. His decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal and Air Medal.

  437. D.F. Downing b: November 04, 1922 in Benton Co, MO - died in service June 13, 1945, Mindinao, P.I. [RIP]
  438. Herbert Ross Downing b: February 07, 1918 in Bee, Seward Co., NE - served in the US Army.
  439. Richard E. Durfey b: June 28, 1918 in Indiana - served five years in the U.S. Army Air Corp., during WWII and was honorably discharged at the rank of Major.
  440. Howard G. Duke b: January 30, 1912 in Williamsburg, Wayne Co., IN - US Army, serving in the South Pacific.
  441. Marvin Eugene Duncan b: August 27, 1925 in Vermilion Co., IL - US Navy
  442. Hubert Eldo Dunigan b: February 23, 1914 in Morgan Co., IN – enlisted 10 Nov 1943 with the US Army.
  443. James Neal Dunigan b: August 10, 1924 in Paragon, Morgan Co., IN – enlisted 12 Mar 1943 in Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army
  444. Gaylord Gary Duren (spouse) b: 1922 in Barnesville, Clay Co., MN - served as fighter pilot with the US Army Air Force, discharged 1945, recall by Air Force for the Korean Conflict
  445. Robert Frederick 'Dutch' Eberle b: November 10, 1918 in Peoria, Peoria Co., IL - enlisted in 1940 with the US Marines Corps. He was at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Service in the war took him to Tarawa, Guam, Tinian, Saipan, New Zealand and many other South Pacific locations. He served through September 1945.
  446. Lyle Eesley b: about June 1917 in Franklin Co., OH - Inducted in the Army on 28 January 1941 at Fort Haynes, Columbus, OH, Lyle was a member of HQ Company, 192nd Tank Battalion and participated in the Battale of Bataan. Enduring the Bataan Death March he died in a Japanese prison camp called Camp O'Donnell (Cabanatuan #1) on July 25, 1942. He is buried in the American Military Cemetery in Manila. [RIP]
  447. Harold Edward Entsminger b: March 20, 1927 - enlisted 18 Aug 1942 at Ft Hayes, OH with the US Army. He attained the rank of Sergeant.
  448. James Lee Entsminger, Jr. b: April 25, 1920 - served with the US Navy
  449. Leroy Entsminger b: January 12, 1916 in Bradner, Wood Co., OH - enlisted 16 Sep 1944 in Los Angeles, CA with the US Army. He served in the Philippines.
  450. William Elifritz, Jr. b: 1927 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA - US Navy (later served in Korea)
  451. Vernon Leslie Etzler b: March 26, 1923 d: April 08, 1945 - died in Europe on April 8, 1945. He is buried in the Netherland-American cemetery. [RIP]
  452. Kenneth LeRoy Ewy b: October 11, 1924 in Hanston, Hodgeman Co., KS - US Army
  453. George Edward Fallowfield b: November 20, 1919 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN- veteran of the Marine Corp., having served both in the South Pacific and in France during the Berlin Conflict - member of the Indiana Air National Guard during the Korean war.
  454. Fred T. Farr b: July 06, 1922 in Fulton Co., IL
  455. John E. Farrington (spouse) b: August 09, 1925 in Port Angeles, Clallam Co., WA - US Navy
  456. Max Clifford Farrar b: November 19, 1917 - served with the US Army
  457. Paul Byram Farrar b: October 7, 1920 - in Kansas - served with the US Army working as a machinist on the atomic bomb building project at Los Alamos, NM [RIP]
  458. Warren Morton Farrar, Jr b: September 27, 1922 - served with the US Naval Air Force as a radio-gunner. He was killed in Jun 1941 while on a search mission. [RIP]
  459. Paul James Fellows b: May 28, 1915 in Van Buren Co., IA
  460. J. Frank Fikuart (spouse) b: 1921 in Missouri - Warrent Officer
  461. Jack Gadi Finklea b: November 16, 1919 in Dallas, TX – served with the US Navy in Bombing Squadron VBP 102 at Guadalcanal.
  462. Clarence C. Fisher b: November 06, 1892 in - Served 7 years in US Army, some during the war.
  463. William Dale Fisher b: November 19, 1919
  464. Ray William Fisher (spouse) b: August 09, 1923 – prisoner of war during World War II in Germany.
  465. Charles C. Fletcher b: August 08, 1918 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA - He served his country in China, Burma, and India
  466. Craig Lamen Folk (spouse) b: October 9, 1920 in Marlinsburg, WV – enlisted 24 Jul 1943 at Ft Myers, VA with the US Army. He served in the European Theater.
  467. Raymond Morton Fordyce b: February 19, 1905 in Stronghurst, Henderson Co., IL - US Army in Europe
  468. William Ammon Forman b: May 04, 1923 in Eden, Concho Co., TX - entered service in Sept 1942, Served on the USS Enterprise in Sept.1943 in participation of the invasion of Makin and Tarawa. Returned to Pearl Harbor in November and boarded USS Hornet in Mar 1944, participating in most of the Pacific naval air activities until last action of 1944, the initial air strikes preceding the retaking of the Phillipines. Returned to the States in Dec 1944. The Air Group was recommissioned in January 1945 and assigned to VBF-2 (Fighter Bomber Squadron Two). Trained in the States, Hawaii,and later on Saipan until July 1945 in anticipation of the Invasion of japan. Was loading aboard a jeep carrier to meet with the USS Shangrala the night the war ended. He would also serve in the Korean War.
  469. Ray Hugh Forman, Jr b: July 7, 1923 in Decatur, TX – served with the US Army Air Forces
  470. Mildred Ann 'Nancy' Forsyth b: 1923 in Kentucky - served in the Navy Waves during the war
  471. William Ferrell Forsyth, Sr. (spouse) b: November 10, 1920 in Pikeville, KY - served in the Pacific as communications officer on board the destroyer, Bailey
  472. Earl W. Fox b: October 16, 1918 in Warren Co., OH - US Navy
  473. James D. Fox b: January 21, 1905 in Warren Co., OH
  474. Kert C. Frame b: May 22, 1914 in Braxton Co., WV - enlisted 23 Jul 1943, Indiana (*)
  475. Hollis B. Francis b: September 25, 1917 in Wayne Co., NE - wounded in action
  476. John William Franck, Jr. b: September 28, 1923 in Denton Co., TX - served in the Navy Seabees
  477. Leland Wayne Frederick (spouse) b: October 22, 1916 in Fulton Co., IL - served in European Theater and was a recipient of the Purple Heart.
  478. Ruby Ilene Frederick, nee Chenoweth b: March 11, 1925 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL - a corporal in the Women's Army Corps.
  479. John Allen Freeman b: May 01, 1915 in Rivesville, Marion Co., WV - Captain in 84th inf. division
  480. Charles Herman Frey b: August 01, 1917 - enlisted 30 Jan 1942 in Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army Air Forces. Attained the rank of Sergeant.
  481. William H. Game (spouse) – served with the US Navy. Survived the attack on Pearl Harbor.
  482. John C. Gard b: February 15, 1921 - was drafted into the US Army and served for General Patton's Mobile Medical Corps in Europe
  483. William Elbert Gard b: June 10, 1910 - US Navy in the Pacific as a Chief Torpedoman - Career Navy Service from 1931-1955
  484. Keith Ellsworth Garrison b: October 10, 1916 in Indiana - served as a Major in the 8th Airforce
  485. Thane M. Garrison b: 1918 in Indiana - died in service in italy
  486. George C. Gary, Jr.b: April 25, 1926 in Sturgeon, Allegheny Co., PA - US Navy
  487. Sherman L. Gary b: March 14, 1910 in Pennsylvania
  488. Carl J. Gasperi b: March 11, 1918 in Ankeny, Polk Co., IA - served in the US Army.
  489. Charles W. Gater b: September 26, 1920 - died in France on September 09, 1944
  490. William Henry Gauss (spouse) b: October 29, 1913 in St Louis, MO - He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant, Infantry in 1936. He assisted in setting up aerial gunnery training schools, and was also an instructor whose most famous pupil was Clark Gable. He was called to active duty in 1943 and assigned to the Air Force. He flew in combat out of England in 1943 as a tail gunner in a B-17 bomber. In 1944, he went to India as the command gunnery officer of the B-29 Bomber Command. After the war, the Air Force sent him to the University of Texas where he obtained a Masters Degree in Business Administration. He also graduated from the USAF Institute of Technology and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. His most challenging duty was Director of Management Analysis, Headquarters, Air Forces of Europe, Wiesbaden Germany, 1954-57. He served as Director of Material Accounting, Headquarters, USAF, at the Pentagon for four years, then as Base Commander of Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and finally as Comptroller, AF Special Weapons Center also at Kirtland AFB. Col. Gauss received numerous medals and awards including the Legion of Merit and the Commendation ribbon with three Oak Leaf Clusters. [from obit: Albuquerque Journal]
  491. Lynn Gerald Gayler b: August 18, 1922 in Colorado - served in the US Navy as an MOMM2.
  492. Leroy C. 'Roy' Geeting b: June 18, 1911 in Preble Co., OH - Private US Army
  493. Harold Eugene Gilstrap b: February 24, 1923 - Died in an automobile accident within a year of returning from combat in the war.
  494. Elden George Goddin b: August 2, 1922 - served in the US Air Force
  495. Shirley James Goodwin (spouse) b: March 04, 1921 in Vale, Malheur Co., OR - served in the Army Air Corps, 8th Air Force from Dec. 9, 1941, to Sept. 12, 1945
  496. Robert Gosden (spouse) b: April 20, 1923
  497. John Pierce Gould b: 1926 - served in the Navy from 1944-46.
  498. Thomas Fauss Gould b: July 15, 1927 in East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., OH - served in the US Navy from 1945-47.
  499. William Clement Graham (spouse) b: January 28, 1917 - served in the US Army in Europe, KIA in the Korean War.
  500. George William Junior Green b: August 2, 1922 - served in the US Air Force
  501. Allan Carter Griffith b: September 21, 1899 - Cpl 188th US Ordinace Co.
  502. Eugene Earl Gutermuth b: July 08, 1913 in Warren Co., OH
  503. Elmer Rathbun Haile, Jr. b: November 14, 1909 in Towson, Baltimore Co., MD - He served in World War II as a Captain for the U.S. Army from 1940-1946. He received the American Defense Service and Theatre Ribbons and the WWII Victory Medal & wrote the music for a well loved Army tune "Keep 'Em Flying,"
  504. James Edward 'Snooks' Hale b: February 13, 1917 in Afton, Ottawa Co., OK - was a Captain in the Army Infantry with a 23 year career in the military. A veteran of World War II and the Korean War with numerous medals and ribbons for his valor and leadership.
  505. Preston Daniel Hale b: October 24, 1907 - volunteered for the Army on November 18, 1940, with fifteen years of National Guard service; transferred to the Army Air Corps December, 1941; and served at various U.S. Air Bases and as an Air Base Commander in the E.T.O., 18 months. Later he acted as investigator with the War Crimes Branch in Germany, receiving the Legion of Merit and E.T.O. Ribbon with 4 Battle Stars; along with other awards, and was discharged March 27, 1946. His son, Terry Allen, would die in VietNam.
  506. Frank Braden Hall b: January 24, 1916 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL – served in the US Army Air Forces.
  507. William Harold Hall (spouse) b: September 27, 1915 - served 34th Division, National Gurad
  508. J. Foster 'Jack' Hallam, b: 1927 – Served in US Navy. His brothers, Orval Keith and Thomas Dolson, would also serve in the US Navy.
  509. Orval Keith Hallam, b: 1923 – Served in US Navy, but was in officer's training school and saw no action before the war ended, career officer attaining rank of Captain (June 4, 1943 to Aug. 31, 1975). His brothers, J. Foster and Thomas Dolson would also serve in the US Navy.
  510. Thomas Dolson Hallam, b: 1926 – Signed up for the duration plus six months in US Navy , serving from Aug. '45 until May '46 in Japan, discharged on June 26, 1946. In describing freeing some prisoners from Wakanorawan, Honshu, Japan he wrote: "It was 50 years ago. We had landing craft, jeeps, motorized vehicles, ambulances, and it was quite a walk -- about a 2-mile hike coming back anyway. Most of the time I was in the marching unit, a bunch of sailors and marines took off and went in. Japanese officials saw us and opened the gates --absolutely no resistance - again they (prisoners) were mostly English and Australian -- an awfully lot of Australians, quite a few Americans. Most of them couldn't hardly walk--they weren't in any shape to take a 2-mile hike." Then he described going into Kobe and freeing more prisoners there. "As I recall, there were more there that were in dire need of hospitalization than the first group." He served on the USS California and saw the "big, drastically big cloud after Hiroshima." His ship was in a V-formation with the USS Missouri and he could see the people on the deck "and all the commotion." Didn't know until later that the peace treaty was being signed. His brothers, Orval Keith and J. Foster, would also serve in the US Navy.
  511. Charles Eardley Ham b: Aug.28, 1914 in Bend, Meade Co., SD
  512. David B. Ham b: December 20, 1922 in Payne Co., OK - Private US Army
  513. John Leigh Ham b: December 06, 1917 Oklahoma - Sergeant US Army Air Forces
  514. Dewey Chenoweth Hamilton b: October 16, 1897 in Valley Head, Randolph Co., WV - served in the US Army for both world wars. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
  515. Harry Dalton Hannah b: June 24, 1905 in Odessa, Lafayette Co., MO - enlisted 3 Jan 1941 in Chicago, IL with the US Army.
  516. Walter Lewis Hannah b: October 04, 1924 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY - enlisted 27 May 1943 with the US Army.
  517. William Morton Hannah, IV b: November 01, 1920 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY - enlisted 9 Oct 1942 with the US Army.
  518. George Edward 'Bud' Hansen b: March 23, 1919 in Red Lodge, Carbon Co., MT - enlisted 23 Jun 1944 at Ft Douglas, UT with the US Army. Following the war he served with US Army Reserves attaining the rank of Major with 24 years of military service.
  519. James Kelly Harrawood (spouse)- US Army - killed in training [RIP]
  520. Albert Lair Hart b: August 20, 1921 in Westmoreland, Pottawattomie Co., KS – Died in Korean War
  521. Stanley L. Hart b: July 20, 1923 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS – Sergeant, Co. B 702th Tank Destroyer Battalion
  522. Harry Wade Hartley (spouse) b: December 03, 1908 in Golden, Adams Co., IL - US Navy veteran with rank of Lieutenant Commander.
  523. William D. Harvey b: September 19, 1927 in Adams Co., IN – served with the US Marine Corps
  524. Donald Keith Hathaway b: December 25, 1925 in Colorado - served with the US Navy attaining the rank of Machinist Mate 3rd Class. He saw action in the Pacific and was killed in action on Formosa, June 19, 1945. [RIP]
  525. Harold Cecil Hawkins (spouse)- b: May 30, 1907 in Wellston, Lincoln Co., WA - US Army
  526. Robert Lee Hawkins b: October 30, 1924 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY - Served in North Africa, India and China. Attached to Headquarters 312th Fighter Wing Group 33 of the 18th Air Corps (Flying Tigers)
  527. Levi Henry Heap b: ca Abt. 1906 in Illinois - U.S. Navy
  528. Carl Heaton b: September 1906 in Howard Co., IN
  529. Clyde V. 'Bud' Heaton b: October 19, 1921 in Indiana - US Army, enlisted March 6, 1943
  530. Edgar Lyle Heaton b: April 13, 1923 in San Luis Obispo Co., CA
  531. George Heaton b: March 13, 1913 in Russiaville, Howard Co., IN - U.S. Army
  532. Ival Clarence Heatonb: July 12, 1922 in Lee Co., IA
  533. Leroy Everett Heaton b: August 19, 1919 in San Luis Obispo Co., CA
  534. Lewis Arthur Heaton b: November 20, 1920 in Larned, Pawnee Co., KS
  535. Russell Alton Heaton b: September 21, 1924 in San Luis Obispo Co., CA
  536. Stanley Errit Heaton b: December 21, 1906 in San Luis Obispo Co., CA
  537. William Brown Heaton b: September 20, 1914 - US Army, served in Australia and the Phillipines
  538. Phillip Jesse Helmer (spouse) b: August 25, 1909 in Backus, Cass Co., MN - Private US Army
  539. James Edwin Henderson b: July 26, 1927 in Indiana – served in the US Navy.
  540. Lawrence Henderson b: April 10, 1921 - shot down over Tokyo, Japan in 1945 [RIP]
  541. Charles William Hepler b: March 26, 1910 in Millboro, Bath Co., VA - enlisted 16 Jun 1942 in Roanoke, VA with the US Army.
  542. Joseph Anthony Hickey b: March 13, 1921 - served in US Coast Guard
  543. John Stanford 'Stan' Hightower (spouse) b: June 20, 1919 in Stevensville, Ravalli Co., MT - enlisted 16 Sep 1942 at Ft Douglas, UT with the US Army Air Corps. He attained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. He died near Berlin, Germany. (Serial #O-811665)
  544. Robert Elvas Hiller (spouse) b: 1925 - US Marines
  545. James Blanchard Hilton b: Abt. December 1919 - Enlistted 26 Sep 1940 in Harris Co., TX in the Army Air Corps. He was killed in action, bailing out of a bomber, flying on a mission from Australia to Leyte on December 2, 1942. [RIP]
  546. Martin John Hines b: August 16, 1925 in Clark Co., OH
  547. William Richard Hodgin b: August 28, 1925 in Sidney, Darke Co., OH - served in the US Army Air Corps as a SSG flying B-24s.
  548. Hilton Ross Hogarth (spouse) b: July 25, 1924 in Crooked River, Saskatchewan, Canada – served in the US Army.
  549. Ernst R. 'Ernie' Holder (spouse) b: January 12, 1910 in Ohio – served as a Private in the US Army.
  550. Johnny Wiley Holt b: March 10, 1909 in Fannin Co., TX – enlisted 24 Jun 1943 in Los Angeles, CA with the US Army
  551. Stewart Hopper b: January 25, 1920 in Iowa - US Army, SFC
  552. Elmo Hoover b: April 23, 1912 in Montgomery Co., OH - enlisted as a warrant officer on 13 Apr 1942
  553. Raymond Hoover b: February 20, 1917 in Montgomery Co., OH - enlisted as a Private on 29 Mar 1943
  554. Ernest Clifford Hoover b: May 5, 1919 in Kanawha Co., WV
  555. Esley Kermit Hoover b: May 30, 1910 in Clay Co., WV
  556. Jack Harlan Kermit Hoover b: October 2, 1922 in Kanawha Co., WV - US Army in Pacific Theatre
  557. Ray Lloyd Hosking b: April 10, 1908 in Bandon Coos Co., OR
  558. William Alvin House b: March 13, 1924 in Delaware Co., IN – enlisted 13 Mar 1943 with the US Army in Ashtabula Co., OH. He served as a Ranger in the European Theater during the Normandy Invasion.
  559. John William Hubbard (spouse) b: August 22, 1922 in Marion, Union Parish, LA - served 3 1/2 years in the US Navy.
  560. Everett Eugene Huffman b: October 24, 1921 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL - United States Army
  561. Clare Wilkes Hultengren b: June 06, 1922 in Minnesota - served with the US Army, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was killed in action over England on 12 Aug 1944. He is buried in Section C-25, Site 14268, Ft Snelling, Minneapolis, MN. (Ser9al #39039911) [RIP]
  562. Merle Orville Huseth (spouse) b: April 05, 1926 - US Navy WWII kamikazi survivor during the Battle of Leyte Gulf - USS Kitkun Bay. Thought to be the first known instance of multiple kamikazi attacks of the war during a battle, on October 25, 1944, a Zero attempted to hit the bridge of USS Kitkun Bay but instead exploded on the port catwalk and cartwheeled into the sea. During the 4 day battle seven carriers were been hit, as well as 40 other ships, 5 sunk by kamikaze attacks.
  563. Harvey Junior Hutzell b: February 11, 1924 - enlisted 27 Nov 1945 in Great Bend Army Air Field, KS with the US Army. He attained the rank of Corporal.
  564. Dee Hyre b: May 12, 1918 in Randolph Co., WV - US Navy.
  565. Marilyn Miller Jacksonb: December 28, 1923 in Winchester, Randolph Co., IN - Served in the Waves
  566. Rollin Lloyd Jackson - enlisted 13 Apr 1944 at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army Medical Corps.
  567. Armour W. Jacobs b: December 14, 1928 in Wyandotte Co., KS
  568. Joseph D. Jacobs b: September 13, 1916 in Kansas - Corporal US Army
  569. Gordon Alger Jaques b: April 06, 1921 in South Beach, Lincoln Co., OR - PFC US Army
  570. Edward Forest Jefferis, Jr.b: March 03, 1916 - enlisted 16 Jul 1941 at Ft Thomas, Newport, KY with the US Army Air Forces. He served with the 450th Bomber Squadron, 322nd Bomber Group, Medium, attaining the rank of 1st Lieutenant. He was killed in action on 17 May 1943. His awards include the Purple Heart. HE is buried in Plot C, Row 34, Grave 1, Ardennes American Cemetery, Neupre (Neuville-en-Condroz), Belgium. (Serial #O-791596) [RIP]
  571. Lowell Eugene Jennings b: June 17, 1921 Jefferson twp., Huntington Co., IN - US Army: received four Bronze Stars and several medals of commendation - also served in Korean War
  572. John Phelps Johonnot (spouse) b: 1920 - US Army
  573. Max Edwin Jones b: May 07, 1920 in Bussey, Marion Co., IA - drafted into military service in early 1942 and spent the next four years and eight months in the service. He went through pilot, navigation bombardier schools as a cadet and graduated as a bombardier. In his story of his life, saying "Lucky Me" he never had to bomb anyone. He was honorably discharged Oct. 6, 1945
  574. Durwood Ernest Kelley b: January 25, 1919 in Belington, Barbour Co., WV – enlisted 8 Jan 1945 at Camp Atterbury, Columbus, IN with the US Army. His brother, Eugene Briscoe, also served.
  575. Edgar Dale Kelley b: 1930 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  576. Eugene Briscoe Kelley b: August 14, 1926 in Belington, Barbour Co., WV– his brother, Durwood Ernest, also served.
  577. Walter Faye Kelley b: March 10, 1923 - enlisted 25 Jan 1943 with the US Army.
  578. Orval Caplinger Kendall b: April 07, 1907 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  579. Arthur Elmer Kendrick (spouse) b: March 22, 1929 in Tiger, Pend Oreille Co., WA - Art served in the Army at the end of the war as a demolitions expert in the 25th ID, Tropic Lightning
  580. William S. Kerlin (spouse) b: July 03, 1909 in Delphi, Carroll Co., IN - enlisted 14 Oct 1942 with the US Army. was wounded on Utah Beach in August 1944, and spent 21 months in Army hospitals in France, English Hospital Ship, England, New York, California, and Battle Creek, Mich. He was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, 3 campaign and victory medals.
  581. Bernard L. Kessler (spouse) b: 1921 in Maryland – enlisted 2 Oct 1942 with the US Army Air Forces, manning a machine gun position on a B-52 in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations.
  582. Everett E. Kesterson b: July 01, 1917 in Clinton Co., IN - US Army
  583. Stanley M. Ketchum, Jr. (spouse) b: March 19, 1921 in Mechanicsburg, IL
  584. Alfred Ashbrook King b: July 19, 1916 in Nueces Co., TX - served in the Counterintelligence Corps
  585. George H. Kingb: September 27, 1921 in Seward Co., NE
  586. Earl Lee Klepser b: November 10, 1921 - served with the US Navy in the South Pacific on board PT 129. Among his awards are Asiatic Pacific Ribbon w/4 stars, Philippine Liberation Medal w/2 stars and World War II Victory Medal
  587. Rolly Kinnison (spouse) b: April 29, 1916 St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO
  588. Robert J. Klatt b: August 20, 1923 in Iowa - enlisted 1 Nov 1942 as a Private in the Army Air Corp
  589. Wilmer Grant Kline (spouse) b: March 08, 1925 in Graham Co., KS - enlisted 6 Jan 1944 at Ft Leavenworth, KS with the US Army Air Force. He attained the rank of Corporal.
  590. Benjamin Dale Koontz b: October 19, 1914 - served with the US Marine Corps, attaining the rank of Corporal. He was killed in action on 8 Dec1941, on Wake Island, South Pacific. His awards include the Purple Heart. He is buried in Plot G, Grave 68, Honolulu Memorial Cemetery, Honolulu, HI. (Serial # 00278326) [RIP]
  591. Forrest R. Lafferty b: May 15, 1913 in Story Co., IA - Tech Sgt US Army
  592. Victor Jean Lamar b: March 20, 1921 in South Bend, IN - enlisting with the US Army, he served with the 304th Infantry Regiment, 76th Infantry Division, attaining the rank of 1st Lieutenant. He was killed in action while serving in Europe on 25 Feb 1945. His awards include the Purple Heart. He is buried in Plot G, Row 2, Grave 4, Luxemburg American Cemetery, Luxemburg, Belgium. (Serial #O-548916) [RIP]
  593. Marion Edward Langford (spouse) b: June 04, 1917 - US Navy - Aviation Maintenance Squadron One
  594. William Fredrick Langston (spouse) b: May 19, 1925 - US Navy
  595. Francis J. Lashbrook b: February 09, 1922 in Brown Co., IL - served with the US Navy
  596. Maurice L. Lashbrook b: August 20, 1920 in Griggsville, Pike Co., IL - enlisted 20 Dec 1940 with the US Navy. He served until 26 Nov 1946, attaining the rank of Chief Aviation Machinist.
  597. Stanley Adelbert Leahigh b: January 12, 1907 in Ely, White Pine Co., NV - MIA: listed as a POW or died in service.
  598. Roy Edward Lee b: November 28, 1924 in Knox Co., IL - served in the US Marines
  599. Leland Lester Lee b: November 03, 1921 in Coles Co., IL - 2nd Sergeant with Blue Devil Division in Italy.
  600. Robert Emmett Lee b: April 09, 1924 in Aurora, Kane Co., IL - served as a radio mechanic in England, 452nd Squadron, enlisting in 1943.
  601. Homer Atlee Leedom b: May 15, 1924 - career member of the US Navy. His brothers, Robert and William Ardene would also serve US Navy.
  602. Robert Leedom b: July 15, 1922 - his brothers, Homer Atlee and William Ardene would also serve.
  603. William Ardene Leedom b: November 26, 1911 in Thurston Co., NE - his brothers, Homer Atlee and Robert, would also serve
  604. Arthur Robert Lehwalder b: December 15, 1917 in Butte, Silver Bow Co., MT - Officer and Pilot, U.S. Army Air Corps, flew B-29 From India to China, then from Tinian during bombings of Japan.
  605. Charles Allison Leidy, Jr. (spouse) b: September 25, 1917 in Newport, Jackson Co., AR - served stateside.
  606. John William Lenney (spouse) b: September 03, 1912 in Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., NY - enlisted 27 Mar 1942 in Detroit, MI with the US Army.
  607. William Bernard Lesburg (spouse) b: December 14, 1919 in Akron, Summit Co., OH - US Army. Also served Viet-Nam. Buried Arlington National Cemetery
  608. Charles Lewis b: January 10, 1925 - No service data is known.
  609. Eldon Lewis b: ca 1926 - served in the both the Army and the Navy
  610. William Richard Lewton b:May 05, 1925 in Washington Co., PA - enlisted 30 Oct 1943 in US Army as Private
  611. Guy William Liggett b: 1920 in Morrow Co., OH - served with US Navy, attaining the rank of Torpedoman’s Mate 3rd Class. He was killed in action on 23 Jul 1945 at sea. (Serial #02800110) [RIP]
  612. Melvin Eric Lind b: November 28, 1916 in Saffordville, Chase Co., KS, died in service, Villers Labegine, Boone, BELIGIUM [RIP]
  613. Robert L. Lindsey (spouse) b: May 18, 1921 in Muncie, Delaware Co., IN - entered the U.S. Army on September 14, 1943, and was stationed first at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and later at Ft. Meade, Mary- land, in the motorized division. From July 1944 to March 1946, he served in the ETO in Austria and Germany and was awarded the Bronze Star; honorably discharged with the rank of Corporal on March 14, 1946.
  614. James Wellington Line b: November 01, 1924 in Hancock Co., OH - enlisting in the US Army Air Corps, he served with the 371st Bomber Squadron, 307th Bomber Group, Heavy, attaining the rank of 1st Lieutenant. At the age of 20 he was killed in action on 27 Feb 1945, when his plane went down over Morotai Island, Dutch East Indies. His awards include the Purple Heart and the Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters. (Serial # O-704955) [RIP]
  615. Allen Adair Londeen (spouse) b: November 23, 1924 in Navarre, Dickinson Co., KS - Co C, 391st Military Police Battalion
  616. Austen J. London b: 1913 in Hancock Co., IL - died December 31, 1944 in Germany [RIP]
  617. George Vester Lowrey b: May 01, 1924 in San Bernardino Co., CA - served in the US Navy attaining the rank of Petty Officer 2nd Class. His awards include the Purple Heart.
  618. Charles Arthur Lutticken b: January 09, 1915 in Alameda Co., CA - U.S. Navy in the Pacific
  619. Charles Willard Lynch b: September 28, 1922 in Centralia, WA - enlisted 10 Feb 1943 in West Virginia with the US Army. As a First Lieutenant, he served with the 11th Airborne Division (paratroopers). He trained paratroopers at Officer Candidate School, Ft Bragg, NC. He also served in the Pacific Theater in Japan.
  620. Charles Victor Manes b: November 17, 1917 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX - volunteered for the Army Air Force and was soon a 2nd Lt. assigned to the Atlantic Overseas Command. Aslo served in the Korean War
  621. Glen Gregory Manuel b: September 28, 1926 in Rosville, IL - served with the US Navy
  622. John Dinwiddle Maple III b: December 14, 1910 in Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA - died April 11, 1945 in Okinawa [RIP]
  623. George Edward Mariani (spouse) b: February 23, 1925 - served as a fighter pilot in the US Air Force
  624. Howard Melvin Martin b: ca 1925 in Illinois - served in Italy with the 10th Mountain Division
  625. Robert Claird Marple (spouse) b: April 30, 1919 in Hodgesville, Upshur Co., WV - serving in the 42nd N.C.B. (Sea Bees) for more than three years, two years in the Aleutians and one year in the Philippines
  626. Mason A. Marstiller b: March 09, 1908 in Randolph Co., WV - He enlisted Feb 19, 1944, PFC.
  627. Lew Earl Martin b: 1921 in Indiana - He enlisted in the U.S. Army on Nov. 4, 1940 with Company B 56th qtr. master (Maintanance). In August 1942, at the age of 21, he made Master Sergeant, youngest man to have made this grade level at that time. He went to Camp Van-Dorn Mississippi, then on to Officers Candidate School. He then went to Camp Bowie with the 445th Ordinance, then overseas to Marsai France. He was in Cirey, France in a Army hospital for 30 days with a broken ankle. After that he went with his outfit to Augsburg, Germany, never seeing combat, his outfit had 225 men and did the maintenance work on equipment.
  628. Howard Abraham Mason, b: July 21, 1918 in Liberty twp., Fairfield Co., OH - US Army
  629. Alvin Lincoln Mattox, b: September 17, 1922 in English, Crawford Co., IN - US Army,purple heart and a bronze star recipient.
  630. Marion Clyde Maxton b: November 28, 1910 in Missouri - served with the US Army, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was killed in action in Germany on 5 Jan 1944. (Serial #37205700) [RIP]
  631. Frances Alouisis "Frank" Mayfield b: 1904 in Illinois
  632. James Donald "JD" Mayfield b: September 07, 1921 in Brown Co., IL - enlisted 8 Jul 1940 with the US Army.
  633. Raymond Howard 'Sarge' Mayfield b: Jun 09, 1925 in Sullivan Co., MO - US Army (career) - also served in Korean War
  634. James Davis Mayhew, Jr. b: September 23, 1925 in Enid, Garfield Co., OK - served with the US Navy.
  635. Paul J. McCarroll b: December 29, 1922 in South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN - enlisted 29 May 1941 at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army. He was first stationed at the 28th Air Base, Bowman Field
  636. Jane Minnie McConnell (now Chinworth) b: November 24, 1922 – served in the US Army Nurses Corps. Stationed with the 3594th Service Command Unit, Newton D. Baker General Hospital, Martinsburg, WV.
  637. Richard Kenneth McCraw , (spouse) b: July 3, 1913 in Hammond, OR - enlisted 27 Mar 1944 at Ft Lewis, WA with the US Army, Military Police
  638. John D. McGhee b: April 23, 1927 in Ohio - served in the US Navy. He served in the Korean War and VietNam War also.
  639. Elbert 'Bert' McPherson, b: April 17, 1919 in Gould City, Garfield Co., WA - US Army
  640. Clifford Dale 'Kip' McQuain, b: July 03, 1925 in Morgantown, Monogalia Co., WV
  641. Silas Cyrus 'Si' McQuain, II b: March 12, 1903 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - US Navy
  642. Willis Chenoweth Mead b: January 06, 1914 in Salem, Washington Co., IN - served with Merrill's Maurders in Burma in 1944. Discharged the fall of 1945.
  643. William Meek b: January 28, 1921 in Los Angeles Co., CA - enlisted 8 Jul 1942 with the US Army. He was killed in action in September 1944 [RIP]
  644. James Corbett Meeks (spouse) - First Sergeant in 11th Infantry - retired during war, also served in WWI
  645. James Corbett Meeks, Jr. b: 1925 - Served in 3rd Marine Division in Bougainville, Guam And Iwo Jima
  646. Albert Mellen b: July 18, 1919 in Benton Co, MO - died in service January 14, 1945 [RIP]
  647. Paul Emauel Meier (spouse) March 29, 1920 in Corvallis, Benton Co., OR - US Army
  648. Glenn Stewart Middlesworth, Jr. b: December 19, 1919 in Colorado
  649. William Thomas Miller b: 1928 – no information is known about his service.
  650. Hubert Borden Mockler (spouse) b: October 14, 1920 in Colrain, Franklin Co., MA - US Army
  651. Theodore Edwin "Ted" Moffett (spouse) b: March 12, 1921 in Lexington, McLean Co., IL
  652. Dennis Moredock b: Abt. October 1915 in Greene Co., PA - killed in action in Europe
  653. James H. Morphis b:August 08, 1920 in Pope Co., AR - received two Bronze Stars while serving in the United States Army during World War II. He was with the 10 MT. Division in Italy, landing in Naples on Christmas Eve, 1944. His division began moving north quickly, pushing the German Army back. They also fought through the Po Valley, which took fourteen days and nights on foot from town to town. Several times they had to wait for fresh troops to be brought up to replace those who had fallen. The division had made it all the way to the Brinner Pass the day it was announced that the war was over.
  654. Lyle Farrar Morris b: January 17, 1926 - served in the US Navy and was in the Pacific Theater for a year.
  655. Nelson William Morris b: December 30, 1923 in Oteen, Buncombe Co., NC - enlisted in the U.S. Navy on September 27, 1942, and was sent to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois. He was assigned to Aviation Radio School, Jacksonville, Florida and served in the South Pacific with Air Group #21 from January 1943 to July 1944, during which time his planes were shot down three times, and each time he was the only member of the crew to survive. He was in the Naval Hospital at Rores, New Hebrides, at the same time that his Uncle Herbert Whitcomb was there. Nelson received the Navy commendation ribbon for outstanding service during the 18 months in the South Pacific. Honorably discharged on September 27, 1948, after six years of service. His rank at the time of discharge was Air Radioman 3/C.
  656. Thomas A. Morris b: July 13, 1904
  657. Elijah Glenn Mosier(spouse) b: January 07, 1912 in Fort Cobb, Caddo Co., OK - served in Seabees for 4 years.
  658. Harry Lee Moyer (spouse) b: April 17, 1919 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - U.S. Army
  659. Robert Enoch Munro b: November 16, 1917 in Luray, Page Co., VA - served in the US Army Air Corps serving in Germany.
  660. Marion Moor Mumaugh b: March 09, 1909 in Lima, Allen Co., OH
  661. Helen Marie Rattray Murray b: September 27, 1920 in Mayville, Gilliam Co., OR - entered the U. S. Army in October, 1942, as a 2nd Lieutenant. She spent from September, 1943 to late 1945 with various hospital assignments in North Africa, southern Germany and Bavaria, primarily with the 93rd Evacuation Hospital, a moving tent city taking patients from the front.
  662. James William Mustain (spouse) b: May 01, 1921 in Galesburg, Knox Co., IL
  663. Albert Lee Myers b: March 12, 1922 in Berkeley Co., WV - US Navy, 72nd Naval Construction Battalion
  664. Robert Myers - died in service [RIP]
  665. Ai Boynton Nevling b: Abt. 1920 – died in service in Germany on March 24, 1943
  666. Max Ray Newby b: 1925 in Illinois – He served in the Army's 11th Airborne Division from 1944 - 1946 during the liberation of the Philippines and the occupation of Japan. He was present on the airstrip at Atsugi Airbase in Japan when General MacArthur arrived on the first day of the occupation.
  667. Phillip Warder Nicholson b: April 3, 1911 – no information about his service is known
  668. Harold Wray 'Peter' Nixon b: October 21, 1916 in Ft Cobb, Caddo Co., OK
  669. Roy Arthur Nixon, Jr. b: April 15, 1925 in Lansing, Ingham Co., MI - served with the US Navy
  670. Hope Norton b: November 23, 1917, Arkansas River near Sand Springs, Tulsa Co., OK - US Army Air Force from Sept. 16, 1942 to Dec. 20, 1945. He earned the rank of sergeant before he was honorably discharged.
  671. Baxter D. Oberlin b: September 19, 1922 in Ashley, De Kalb Co., IN
  672. Chester A. Ogle b: August 29, 1925 in Haskell, Muskogee Co., OK - enlisted 24 Sep 1843 in the US Army. He served with General George S. Patton’s 3rd Army, 65th Infantry. He was awarded 2 Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts. He was discharged in 1946. He would also serve in the Korean War.)
  673. Glenwood Abner Oliver b: January 12, 1893 in Fulton, MO
  674. Grant Denison Owings, b: March 08, 1923 - enlisted 15 Oct 1942 in Los Angeles, CA with US Army Air Force. He served as a Lieutenant.
  675. Lewis Anderson Page, Jr b: July 27, 1924 in Nogales, Santa Cruz Co., AZ - - Air Force pilot, died June 20, 1953 in service.
  676. Glen Edward Parker (spouse) b: November 09, 1914 in Napoleon, Jackson Co., MI - enlisted 2 Apr 1941 in Los Angeles, CA with the US Army. He served with the 53rd Infantry, 7th Division, Company B, in Europe and the Aleutian Islands.
  677. Gaile Chenoweth Parsons - Served with the US MArine Corps from 10 Jul 1943 to 7 Dec 1945 attaining the rank of SSGT. He is buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
  678. Harvey Glenn Penn, Jr. b: September 20, 1925 in Randoph Co., IN - US Army. Also served in the Airforce during the Korean War.
  679. Joel Perrine b: October 12, 1911
  680. Ray Kearney Person, Jr. b: December 15, 1922 in Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA - [from obit] "a freshman at Pomona College in 1941 and when WWII broke out, he became the skipper of his family's schooner, the "Zoe H", which was assigned to patrol the waters offshore Southern California as part of the defense system. He officially joined the U.S. Coast Guard in 1942, served in the South Pacific Theatre of Operations and left the service in 1946"
  681. Carl Andrew Peterson b: May 31, 1918 in Hastings, Barry Co., MI - US Navy. Also served the Korean War
  682. Edward Raymond Peterson (spouse) b: August 07, 1915 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co., WI - [from obit] Sergeant in the U.S. Army Air Corps, 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron in England, France and later Germany during the Battle of the Bulge. Ed and his squadron members earned a presidential and distinguished unit citation for air reconnaissance operations prior to the D-Day invasion and were awarded battle stars for all major European Theater campaigns.
  683. Malen Wheeler Petro b: March 12, 1917 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO
  684. Paul Addison Petro b: February 11, 1898 in Indiana
  685. Roberl Earl Phares, b: April 03, 1915 in Gilman, Randolph Co., WV - enlisted 20 Mar 1942 at Ft Hayes, Columbus, OH, with the US Army. He attained the rank of Private First Class. He was killed in action in Belgium on 24 Dec 1944. (Serial #35290422) [RIP]
  686. Howard Clair Phillips b: 1910 in Randolph Co., WV - he was a career Navy man who was on the USS Curtiss at Pearl Harbor
  687. Stephen Franklin Pillsbury b: May 17, 1920 in West Virginia
  688. Austin Woodrow Pingley, b: April 06, 1913 in Valley Bend, Randolph Co., WV - served in the US Army as a TSGT4 with the 10th Ordinance Service Co. Both he and his wife are buried in Arlington National Cemetery. (Section 42 site 549 & 550).
  689. Eual Lester Pitman b: August 18, 1927 in Wichita Falls, TX - US Navy
  690. Ewing Bailey Pollock, b: March 25, 1920 in Waynesberg, Greene Co., PA - served in the European Theater as commander of Battery C of the 515th Field Artillery "Long Gun" Battalion.
  691. Ray Pollock (spouse) b: October 13, 1920 – served in the US Army
  692. Richard Lloyd Pollock b: November 30, 1922 in Georgia – enlisted 25 Jun 1943 in PA with the US Army. He attained the rank of Private First Class. He was killed in action in Belgium on his 22d birthday, 30 Nov 1944. (Serial #33694612) [RIP]
  693. Carrol Randolph Powders b: 1925 in Missouri - enlisted 20 Nov 1945 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA with the US Army, 384th AAA Gunnery Battalion
  694. Henry Francis Powders b: September 24, 1927 in Powersville, Putman Co., MO - US Navy
  695. John Parker Powders - Sgt in US Marines, serving in South Pacific for three years including the Battle of Tarawa. Contracted Malaria
  696. Kenneth Scircle Power, b: October 30, 1909 in Clinton Co., IN - U.S. Navy
  697. Samuel Harrison Power, b: February 18, 1918 in Clinton Co., IN - U.S. Army IN South Pacific. Awarded the Bronze Star. Joined the Indiana National Guard after the war retiring with the rank of Lt. Col.
  698. Charles A. Pownall (spouse) October 4, 1887 in Pennsylvania - served with the US Navy. Graduated from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1910. He also served in World War I.
  699. Bruce Warner Pritt b: November 09, 1921 in Randolph Co., WV
  700. Humbolt Pritt, Jr. b: August 20, 1926
  701. William H. "Bill" Pritt b: October 20, 1919 - enlisted 6 Jan 1941 with the US Army. He attained the rank of Tech Sergeant in Company B, 413th Infantry
  702. Charles DeWitt Prouty b: 1923 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA - served with the USCoast Guard Reserve from 1942-46.
  703. Raymond Quick b: December 21, 1907 in Greentown, Howard Co., IN - Army Medical Corps in Africa and Europe
  704. Lola Mae Quick (nee Bower) (spouse) - Army Nurse Corps
  705. Cecil C. Rains (spouse) November 11, 1922 in Oklahoma - served in the US Army
  706. Bobby Lemuel Reed b: July 22, 1926 in Vermilion Co., IL - served in the Army from 1945 to 1946 as a technician fifth grade with the 30th Engineers Base Topographic Battalion in Oahu, Hawaii. He received the World War II Victory Medal, when he was discharged.
  707. Delbert G. Reck b: June 12, 1916 in Darke Co., OH – enlisted in the US Army on 16 Feb 1942 in Detroit, MI
  708. James Porter Reed (spouse) b: October 02, 1922 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA - 29 year Army veteran. Also served in the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
  709. Carl B. Reeder b: June 22, 1920 in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO - enlisted 13 Sep 1941 at Jefferson Barracks, MO with the US Army. He attained the rank of Aviation Cadet. He was killed during Pilot Training in Texas on 18 Jul 1943. (Serial #17031009) [RIP]
  710. David Taylor Reeves, Jr b: January 13, 1918 in Johnson City, TN - enlisted 11 Jun 1943 at Ft Ogelthorpe, GA with the US Army. He served as a drill instructor and went to Japan as part of the clean-up crew after the bombing of Nagaski and Hiroshima.
  711. Elwyn Chenoweth 'Bo' Reeves b:1911 in Oklahoma - Warrent Officiers, Private
  712. Raymond R. Reichelderfer b:June 08, 1924 in Stoutsville, Fairfield Co., OH - US Navy
  713. Melvin Roy Rennix b: July 14, 1887 in Pheasant Mt, Randolph Co., WV
  714. William McCellan Reynolds b: April 20, 1916 in Lynn, Randolph Co., IN – enlisted 3 Jul 1941 at Fenjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army. He served in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations.
  715. Wilbur L. Rice b: August 13, 1921 in Berkeley Co., WV
  716. Charles Thomas Richards b: October 07, 1919 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH
  717. Orin Richardson (spouse) b: June 10, 1915 in Union Co., TN - US Navy
  718. Rixton Mason Richardson, Jr b: February 13, 1924 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX - Served with the US Army with the 893rd Tank Destroyer Battalion as a SSG in the European Theater. He received the Croix de Guerre among other awards.
  719. Bruce Chenoweth Ridgway b: June 04, 1918 in Ohio - enlisted 21 Nov 1942 with the US Army Air Corps. He was stationed in Accra, Africa
  720. Robert Thurman Riley b: December 25, 1915 in Roanoke City, VA - US Navy, enlisted in 1940 and had been stationed at Pearl Harbor in 1941, but shipped out of Hawaii in May before the attack.
  721. Rosley Herman Riley b: December 25, 1915 in Roanoke City, VA - US Army in Europe
  722. Samuel Switzer Riley b: January 11, 1919 in Roanoke City, VA - served with the U.S. Army's 1st Armored Division ("Old Ironsides"), 81st Recon
  723. Charles Roberts b: 1908 - Served in the Air Force in World War II and was killed in a jeep accident in Pensacola, Fl in. 1942 [RIP]
  724. Bart Robertson b: June 09, 1915, served with the US Navy and would make it a career.
  725. Billy Joe Robertson b: 1926, US Navy
  726. Joseph Anthony Robertson b: March 18, 1905, US Navy
  727. William Charles Robertson, Jr. b: June 19, 1908, US Navy
  728. George Ivan Rock b: January 20, 1926 in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS - served in the United States Marine Corps, earning a Purple Heart and a Silver Star at Saipan. After his enlistment in the Marines was up, he reenlisted in the U.S. Army, starting over as a buck private and earning promotion to Sgt 1st Class, serving in Italy after the war. He also served again in the Korean War and where he was severly wounded.
  729. Howard Austin Ross (spouse) b: June 23, 1926 - Served with the US Army Air Corps in South Pacific Theater of Operations. He received 3 Bronze Stars & the Order of Merit. He also served in the Korean War.
  730. Walter Ross (spouse) b: 1924 - US Army
  731. Otto Oscar Royal b: September 08, 1899 in Sedgwick Co., KS - US Army (tombstone)
  732. Jack Dale Russell b: 1927 - US Navy
  733. Walter Neill Rutherford, Jr. b: October 19, 1926 in Berryville, Clarke Co., VA - served with the US Navy aboard the USS Alcyone AKA-7.
  734. George E. Sample (spouse) b: November 18, 1916 in Council Grove, Morris Co., KS - served with the US Army as a Private with the 317th Company, 80th Infantry Divison. He was killed in action. (serial #37241821) [RIP]
  735. Clint Sanders b: February 10, 1913 in Decatur, Wise Co., TX
  736. William August Schaeffer b: April 18, 1927 in Ohio – served in the US Navy
  737. Orley Schmidtendorff. b: March 10, 1912 in Cass Co., MI - U.S. Navy
  738. Floyd Schoonover b: September 19, 1908 in West Virginia - served in the US Army
  739. Harry Russell Schuppner (spouse) b: November 29, 1891 - Called back into service, a veteran of WWI, as a major in the Quatermaster Corps, became a
  740. William Asher Schoonover b: September 21, 1921 in West Virginia - was called back into service, a veteran of World War I, as a Major in the Quartermaster Corps. He became a LTC with the Corps of Engineers, helping to construct the ALCAN Highway, as part of the war effort and commanded the 1305th Engineer Regiment.
  741. Hubert Milton 'Gube' Scofield b: December 03, 1916 - Army Air Force
  742. Merwin Eugene 'Skeets' Scofield b: September 18, 1914
  743. Willard Ellis Scott b: September 06, 1916 in Council Grove, Morris Co., KS – enlisted 23 Dec 1940 with the US Army as a Corporal form the National Guard. He attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was killed in action in France, on September 14, 1944. (serial #20724709) [RIP]
  744. Chester Paul Scowden b: September 03, 1921 in Tippecanoe Co., IN - enlisted 6 Aug 1941 at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army attaining the rank of Sergeant
  745. Sherman W. Scowden b: September 29, 1916 in Indiana - enlisted 6 Aug 1941 at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN, served Army Air Corps 40th Air Service Squadron in South Pacific
  746. Wendell E. Seaton b: June 5, 1917 in Guilford, Hendricks Co., IN – served in the US Army
  747. Jack Sellars (spouse) b: June 24, 1916 in Iowa - served with in the US Army with the 574th S.A.W. Battalion
  748. William Steven Shaw b: November 16, 1926
  749. Howard Eugene Shepard b: October 08, 1920 in Vermilion Co., IL - Served as a 2nd Lieutenant with the 305th Bomb Group, US Army Air Force.
  750. Jack Sellars (spouse) b: June 24, 1916 in Iowa - Served with 574th S.A.W. Battalion
  751. Howard Eugene Shepard b: October 08, 1920 in Vermilion Co., IL
  752. William Steven Shaw b: November 16, 1926
  753. Guy E. Shipley b: May 26, 1921 in Ohio - enlisted 24 Nov 1942 with the US Army. He served with the 13th Armored Division.
  754. Orville L. Shrontz b: September 14, 1903 in Longmont, Boulder Co., CO – enlisted 27 Oct 1942 in California with the US Army. He attained the rank of T/4.
  755. Willard Dean Shrontz b: October 26, 1919 in Marianna, Washington Co., PA - U.S. Navy as a seaman 1st class.
  756. Homer Leon Shults b: November 8, 1923 in KS – served with the US Navy aboard the USS Marshall
  757. Garland Dwight Siener b: June 15, 1919 in Pope Co., IL - PFC US Army
  758. Carlton Simms (spouse) b: November 02, 1922 in Mason Co., WV - U.S. Marine Corps
  759. Wallace L. Simon (spouse) b: May 25, 1915 - US Navy
  760. Sterling Singleton b: May 14, 1919 in Braxton Co., WV - served in the US Navy as a Boatswain's Mate First Class of the USS Indianapolis.
  761. Leroy 'Bill' Six b: June 19, 1909 - enlisted 24 Jan 1941 at Ft Hayes, Columbus, OH with the US Army. He attained the rank of Tech5Sgt
  762. Jack E. Sjostrom b: March 23, 1925 in Minnesota - US Army (T4)
  763. Hubert Neil Skidmore b: January 13, 1924 in West Virginia - enlisted 18 Feb 1943 with US Army Air Force. He attained the rank of Colonel. He also served in the Korean War and VietNam.
  764. Clarence Eugene Slater b: 1924 in Bonners Ferry, Boundary Co., ID
  765. Richard "Carl" Slater b: July 28, 1923 in Bonners Ferry, Boundary Co., ID (died in service)
  766. Harold Lorain Slaughter (spouse)b: December 24, 1892 in Mitchell Co., KS - Served in France
  767. Marshall Cone Sleeth (spouse) b: September 19, 1916 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA - US Army Air Force flight trainer in US and India
  768. Richard Smiley (spouse) - killed in combat [RIP]
  769. Albert Lee Smith b: March 29, 1927 in Montrose Co., CO - served as Tec5 in the Medical Dept
  770. Charles A. Smith b: February 04, 1923 in Princeton, Bureau Co., IL - served as a medic in the European Theater
  771. Glen Camden Smith (spouse) - served in the South Pacific with the Seventh Fleet, US Navy
  772. Lester R. Smith b: September 14, 1915 in Montrose, WV – enlisted 16 Oct 1942 in Akron, OH with the US Army. He served with the 12th Armored Division in Europe.
  773. Lloyd Elder Smith b: 1913 in Belington, Malden, Middlesex Co., MA
  774. Maurice Bernard Smith b: 1899 in Walla Walla Co., WA - interred in a Japanese prison camp, died a year later in 1947
  775. Robert Norval Smith b: September 09, 1910 - enlisted in the Navy and served aboard the USS ABSC 1 as a chief electrician for three years in the South Pacific.
  776. Warder Allen Smith b: April 02, 1924 in Springfield, Clark Co., OH - US Army
  777. Oral R. Smithwick b: April 14, 1912 in Texas - shipped overseas 27 Jun 1944
  778. Sherwood Sherman Snyder b: 1916 - served with the US Navy, attaining the rank of Machinist Mate 1st Class. He served on board the destroyer, USS Pluncket. He was killed in action on 24 Jan 1944 in the Mediterranean Sea and is buried in Plot E, Row 4, Grave 19, Sicily-Rome American Cemetery, Nettuno, Italy. (serial #05528302) [RIP]
  779. Robert Stevenson Somerville b: September 18, 1926 in Michigan - Served with the US Army Air Force in the South Pacific.
  780. Charles Daniel Springston, III b: July 05, 1925 in Spencer, Roane Co., WV - PFC, US Army Medic, Hawaii
  781. Edith Colborn (nee Springston)b: July 25, 1920 in Spencer, Roane Co., WV - Yeoman, WAVES, Washington, DC
  782. George Gray Springston, III b: January 25, 1919 in Spencer, Roane Co., WV - served with US Navy Seabees as a CM3CL, Asiatic-Pacific Theatre
  783. Jackson Arnold Springston b: 1921 in Spencer, Roane Co., WV - enlisted 16 May 1942 at Ft Thomas, Newport, KY with the US Army. He served in the Field Artillery. He attained the rank of 1LT with the Americal Division, Philippine Islands.
  784. Garfield Stalnaker b: April 10, 1915 - enlisted 8 May 1942 with the US Army.
  785. James Richard "Dick" Stalnaker b: April 13, 1908 in Ridgeley, WV – enlisted 20 Mar 1942 at Ft Hayes, Columbus, OH with the US Army
  786. Justus Stalnaker b: May 06, 1892 in Normantown, WV – Also served in World War I.
  787. Karl Westhook Stalnaker (spouse) -
  788. Lewis Ward Stalnaker b: June 22, 1920 in Ahsahka, Clearwater Co., ID
  789. Ruffner Fenton Stalnaker, Jr. b: January 01, 1923 in Rosedale, Braxton Co., WV - enlisted 1 Mar 1943 at Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS with the US Army Air Corps. He served as a navigator and bombardier
  790. Thomas Waitman Stalnaker, Jr. b: September 11, 1904 in Harpertown, Randolph Co., WV - U.S. Navy
  791. William A. Stalnaker b: February 28, 1927 in Ohio
  792. William Harley Stalnaker b: September 01, 1924 in Calhoun Co., WV - U.S. Navy aboard the destroyer USS Lang in the South Pacific
  793. Samuel P. Stephenson (spouse) b: January 21, 1927 in Nex Pierce, ID - Served with the US Navy.
  794. Loren Stepp, b: Abt. October 1909 in Atchison Co., KS
  795. Chester Arthur Stevens (spouse) b: April 12, 1915 in Belpre, Washington Co., OH - Air Force
  796. Charles W. Stevenson, b: May 18, 1924 in West Virginia – enlisted 16 Jan 1943 with the US Army.
  797. Charles Wesley Stewart b: July 09, 1929 in Adams Co., IL
  798. Oren Dale Stierwalt b: in Indiana - enlisted 25 Aug 1943 with the US Army. He served as a member of the 32nd Division, 128th Infantry. He saw action in the South Pacific
  799. James Walker Stites, Jr b: September 4, 1926 in Louisville, KY - served as a Naval Aviation Cadet.
  800. Claude Chenoweth Stimson b: March 10, 1923 in Rogers, Benton Co., AR - US Air Force - also served in Korean War
  801. Neale Allen Stribling (spouse) b: July 26, 1914 in West Virginia – Private in US Army.
  802. William Amos Stump b: January 15, 1925, in Pierceton, Kosciusko Co., IN - serving in the European theater with the 880th Field Artillery United, 69th Infantry Division.
  803. Nile Eugene Strait b: July 07, 1924, Greene Co., PA - US Army, served in the South Pacific and was a recipient of the Bronze Star.
  804. Hugh Isaac Switzer b: 1902, of Botetourt Co., VA
  805. Wiley Glen Surber (spouse) b: March 29, 1909 – enlisted 18 Dec 1942 at Jefferson Barracks, MO with the US Army.
  806. Carl R. Sutton b: March 1, 1908 in Arkansas – enlisted 12 Oct 1943 in Columbus, OH with the US Army.
  807. Edwin Cummer Sutton, Jr. b: June 24, 1914 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH - enlisted 28 Sep 1943 at Ft Bragg, NC with the US Army Air Force
  808. Edwin Robert Sutton b: 1919 - died while serving in Germany in 1944. [RIP]
  809. Ivan J. Sutton, Jr. b: January 09, 1909 in Chanute, KS
  810. John Franklin Sutton b: July 10, 1924 - US Navy, rose to rank of Lt. Commander
  811. Marshall Anthony Tate b: February 27, 1920 in California - Served with the US Army.
  812. Doyle Lewis Tedrow b: January 10, 1923 in Aleppo twp., Greene Co., PA - enlisted 20 Jan 1943 with the US Army. He served with a Tank Destroyer unit as a cook & baker in the European Theater.
  813. Paul Telemeco (spouse) b: November 7, 1922 in West Virginia – enlisted 17 Apr 1943 with the US Army Air Corps. He attained the rank of Corporal.
  814. Charles William Thacker (spouse) b: November 27, 1922 in Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN - US Army, also served in Korean War.
  815. Ira Theodore "Teddy" Thompson b: May 28, 1920 in East Galesburg, Knox Co., IL - served with US Army, attaining the rank of Private First Class. He was killed in action. (serial #36984230) [RIP]
  816. Lyle Merwood Tough b: August 26, 1921 in Little Falls, Morrison Co., MN - PFC US Army
  817. Bobby George Thurman b: March 22, 1923 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK - US Navy, 11 years, attaining rank of Chief Warrent Officer. Also was in Korean conflict
  818. Harry Dale Turley b: July 28, 1926 in Kokomo, Howard Co., IN – US Navy, serving in The Phillippines and China. Also served in Korean War in the US Air Force
  819. James Monzell Tyre b: 1927 – US Marines
  820. William S. Jennings Utter (spouse) b: April 24, 1906 in Brown Co., IL - enlisted 7 Dec 1943 with the US Army. He served with the 28th Division, Third Army until his discharge at Ft Custer, MI on 13 Nov 1945. He received the Purple Heart for wounds received in Europe.
  821. Leon Leonard Vander Molen(spouse) b: August 14, 1913 - a 22 year veteran of the US Army, having served in both WW2 and the Korean conflict.
  822. Owen VanDeVort b: May 15, 1909 in Penfield, Champaign Co., IL – served with the US Navy
  823. Raymond Gilmore Varner (spouse) b: January 30, 1918 – served with the US Navy
  824. George Marion Vaughan b: September 18, 1898 in Charleston Co., SC
  825. Jack Wendall Vaughn b: February 10, 1922 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL - US Navy, trained at Great Lakes. Was a gunner's mate, second class, and saw duty all around the world, including Casablanca, Algeria, Australia and India. He held the American Theater, European Theater and Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbons, Good Conduct Medal and Victory Medal.
  826. Donald Dee Vertreesb: June 22, 1923 in Perry, Pike Co., IL - US Navy, also served in Korea & Viet-nam
  827. Arthur Leroy Vliet b: July 07, 1923 in Illinois - SSgt US Marines
  828. Henry Thomas Voekel b: November 20, 1905 in Holton, Jackson Co., KS - died in France on 13 Jun 1944, while serving in the European Theater. [RIP]
  829. Russell Delano Walker (spouse) b: October 11, 1909 in Concord Twp., Highland Co., OH - enlisted 17 Jun 1941 at Ft Thomas, Newport, KY with the US Army. He attained the rank of Private First Class. He was killed in action by German sniper at Kasserine Pass. (serial #35125392) [RIP]
  830. Lawrence Whitman Ward - was a prisoner of war
  831. Russel Hughes Ward b: August 17, 1919 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - served with the US Army. His brother, Thomas Howard, also served.
  832. Thomas Howard Ward b: June 29, 1927 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - also served in Korean War: awarded the World War II Victory Medal, the Army of Occupation Medal, the Korean Service Medal, and the Chinese Community Forces Intervention Campaign Medal. His brother, Russell Hughes, also served.
  833. Henry Warten (spouse) b: April 11, 1910 in Athens, AL - enlisted in 1942 with the US Marine Corps Reserve as a Japanese Language Instructor with the rank of Staff Sergeant. Later he received a commission as a First Lieutenant and attend the Navy School of Oriental Language.
  834. Denny D. Washington b: March 19, 1925 in Superior, Nuckolls Co., NE - US Navy
  835. Wendell K. Washington b: March 11, 1923 in Superior, Nuckolls Co., NE - enlisted in the U.S. Navy on Nov. 10, 1942. He served his country in the Pacific Theater aboard the U.S.S. Nassau. He was awarded six awards and was discharged Dec. 18, 1945 with a rating of Machinist Mate 1st Class.
  836. Cecil Raymond Watts b: 1920 in Kansas - fighter pilot on a P-38
  837. Lloyd Irvin Weidman b: September 08, 1916 in Alvo, Cass Co., IA - was a Chief on the USS Harder in the South Pacific. While on R & R, his ship was sunk by the Japanese Navy losing all hands. An account of this can be found in the book "Run Silent, Run Deep"
  838. Darrel Vincent Welch b: May 19, 1920 in Fresno Co., CA
  839. Harper Herbert Welch b: May May 02, 1917 in Santa Clara Co., CA - enlisted 17 Oct 1941 US Army at Fort Mcpherson, Atlanta, GA
  840. William Wendel Werkling (spouse) b: May 17, 1915 in Mt Vernon, Possey Co., IN
  841. Vernell Veryl West (spouse) b: December 28, 1919 in Clinton, Dewitt Co., IL - serving in the Army Air Corps.
  842. George W. Westall b: June 02, 1915 in Champaign Co., IL - Sergeant in Army Air Corps.
  843. Glenn Ivan Westlake b: March 7, 1917 in Table Grove, IL - Served with the US Army.
  844. Arthur Edward Westrope b: August 12, 1895 - he was born Arthur Adam Westrope but had it changed on his military paperwork
  845. Orien Whitaker b: July 31, 1915 in Gosport, Owen Co., IN - enlisted 12 Feb 1942 at Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the US Army. He attained the rank of Private, with Company B, 28th Engineer, Tank Battalion
  846. Herbert Riley Whitcomb b: June 24, 1894 near Hillisburg, Clinton Co., IN - served as an officer in the US Navy. He was in a Naval Hospital in Rores, New Hebrides at the same time that his nephew, Nelson William Morris, was. He also served in The First World War.
  847. Robert Whitney - US Army radio man in France
  848. Richard Atherton Wichert (spouse) b: January 3, 1915 in Pleasant Lake, Steuben Co., IN - enlisted 28 Mar 1942 in Detroit, MI with the US Army.
  849. Paul M. Wimert, Jr. b: Abt. July 06, 1921 in Maryland - Major in the US Army in Europe by war's end
  850. Walter Charles Wicker, Jr. b: Abt. 1921 in Illinois - served in the US Army Air Corps as a Flight Sergeant with the 133rd Eagle Squadron. He died in service on 27 Apr 1942 in Europe [RIP]
  851. Richard Wilcox (spouse) - US Marine Corp.
  852. James Lilburn Williams b: June 15, 1920 in Fossil, Wheeler Co., OK - died in the South Pacific [RIP]
  853. William Hart Wilson b: October 18, 1898 in Beverly, Randolph Co., WV - died in Student Training Corps, Morganstown, West Virginia [RIP]
  854. Woodrow Wilson b: December 11, 1913 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV
  855. Robert Eugene Woerly (spouse) b: 1926 in Illinois, served in the US Navy in the South Pacific
  856. Francis Wolf b: March 18, 1919 in Sugar Loaf, Boone Co., AR - died in service in France [RIP]
  857. James Howard Woods b: March 19, 1902 in Princeton, Mercer Co., MO – Corporal in US Army
  858. Charles Edward Workman b: September 16, 1908 in Galena, KS – served with the US Navy
  859. Radford Charles Wright b: June 25, 1913 in Benton Co., AR – served with the US Army as a Private
  860. Louis H. Wuermser b: April 27, 1927 in Baltimore, MD – served with the US Navy
  861. Ricahrd Lyle Wycuff b: July 18, 1925 - enlisted 17 Sep 1943 with the US Army.
  862. Glenn Wynegar b: March 01, 1926 in South Bend, Adams Co., IN - served with the US Marines as a Private in the South Pacific, August 1942-Sept 1945
  863. Wayne Roy Yancey b: April 08, 1924 in Klamath Falls, Klamath Co., OR - US Navy, served in Okinawa
  864. Wesley Franklin Yancey b: 1920 in Oregon - US Navy, served on USS Lexington. On December 4, 1943 the Lexington was hit by a torpedo of off Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands. nine of the crew died in the explosion, but the ship survived to return to Pearl harbor for repairs.
  865. Willard John Yergler (spouse) b: June 21, 1917 in La Crosse, La Porte Co., IN - enlisted in Aug 1942 with the US Army. He served until Oct 1944. He was stationed overseas in England and France with the Occupation Forces for 18 months. He was honorably discharged with the rank TSGT5
  866. Lloyd R. Zeorian b: July 27, 1919 in Sarpy Co., NE - In 1942 Lloyd entered the U. S. Army and served in Co F, 130th Infantry. He attained the rank of Technical Sgt.

Korean War (25 Jun 1950-27 Jul 1953)

Total Forces: 5,720,000 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 143+
Deaths: 36,568 - Known descendants who died: 9
  1. Gary Ray Ashbrook - also sereved in Viet Nam
  2. Brooks Nelson Baker (spouse) b: May 07, 1921 in Chico, Butte Co., CA - US Navy radioman aboard the US Gallup
  3. William Ray Bellis (spouse) b: October 27, 1915 in Abingdon, IL - Served 22 years in the Illinois National Guard. He was recalled into service in Oct 1951 and served till Oct 1953. He earned the Commendation Medal and attained the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4. He also served in World War II.
  4. Alfred Bernardy, b: October 1928, Minnesota - listed as M.I.A., November 29th, 1950, and officially declared dead on Feb. 11th, 1951. He enlisted in the Army in 1949 and served one year in Japan. Three months to the day after he arrived in Korea, he was on patrol with five other men near Haguri-ra, N. Korea, when the patrol was over-run by the enemy. He was never seen or heard from again. [RIP]
  5. Shirley Thomas Biller, b: January 14, 1918, West Virginia
  6. Winsel L. Bilyeu b: July 12, 1922, Payne Co., OK - Sergeant US Marines, also serve in World War II
  7. Harold Myron 'Mike' Bonham, b: 1928, Minnesota - Served in the Army.
  8. Jesse W. Boughton, Jr. b: 1918 in Kansas - Lt. Commander in US Navy
  9. Cecil William Brandstead, b: June 28, 1922, north of Vayland, Hand Co., SD - US Air Force Captain, missing in action in airflight over North Korea. Also served in World War II [RIP]
  10. Joseph Buck, Jr. (spouse) b: February 20, 1932 - Private U.S. Army
  11. John Richard Buckey b: 1923 in Ohio - served with the 433rd Troop Carrier Group. He also served in World War II.
  12. James Willard Buffum b: February 16, 1933 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL - served in the Navy from 1950 -1953. He was aboard the USS Lake Champlain CV39 until the truce was called. The Champ saw many active battles in Korea. Jim was in the boiler room
  13. Gerald Joseph Bussineau b: April 25, 1934 in Flat Rock, MI - Airman First Class, U.S. Air Force
  14. Fred Leon Burris b: 1933 in Randolph Co., WV - Served with the US Army from 1952-54.
  15. Leonard Max Burris (spouse) b: April 25, 1934 - U.S. Air Force 1951-1955. Stationed in Korea 1952-1953
  16. John Price Calk b: June 05, 1930 - served in the 2nd Infantry
  17. Darreld Kenyon 'D.K.' Calkins. (spouse) b: October 08, 1921 in Stillwater, Payne Co., OK - Army Air Corps and served in the Air Force for 24 years as a pilot, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. Also served in World War II.
  18. William Bruce Cannon b: April 28, 1928 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL - served with the 44th Engineers, rising to the rank of Captain.
  19. James Caselman (spouse) b: July 20, 1927 in St Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO
  20. Milton Doerr Casebier b: December 28, 1929 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS - US Navy
  21. Arnold Aaron Chenoweth b: April 19, 1929 in Enterprise, Wallowa Co., OR - U.S. Army
  22. Carl Edwin Chenoweth b: March 31, 1933 in Lynn, Randolph Co., IN - served with the 196th Army Tank Division
  23. Charles Duane Chenoweth b: November 21, 1932 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - U.S. Army
  24. Charles Edwin Chenoweth b: March 16, 1925 in Parsons, KS - Served with the USArmy. He also served with the USNavy in World War II.
  25. Donald Benjamin Chenoweth b: July 13, 1931 in Missouri - was injured on his way to camp with the activated Missouri State Reserves and died 10 Sep 1950. His brother-in-law, William Eugene Shannon, would be killed in VietNam. [RIP]
  26. Donald George Chenoweth b: December 20, 1935 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA - US Army: enlisted 4 times, serving in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars and obtaining the rank of Staff Sergeant.
  27. Donald Lee Chenoweth b: November 16, 1930 in Stevens Co., KS - PFC, US Army
  28. Edward Frederick Chenoweth b: April 4, 1936 in Raleigh, NC - Served with the US Marine Corps.
  29. Halsey Birkhead Chenoweth b: January 4, 1932 in Los Angeles, CA - served in the US Air Force from 1950 to 1953.
  30. Horace Avery Chenoweth b: 1928 - served with the 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Division. Also served in Vietnam and the Gulf War.
  31. Irven Merit 'Buzz' Chenoweth b: 1934 - US Marines
  32. Jack Ramon Chenoweth b: July 22, 1931 in Huntington, IN - Served with the US Army from 24 Mar 1954-19 Jan 1957 as a Specialist 2nd Class. He served with HQ Battalion, 11th Airborn Division. He was awarded the National Defense and Good Conduct Medals.
  33. James Russell Chenoweth b: August 25, 1925 in Kalispell, MT – served in the US Navy
  34. Jay George Chenoweth b: October 18, 1932 in Los Angeles, CA - served in the US Army as a Sergeant First Class.
  35. John R. Chenoweth (unplaced), member of the 24th Signal. Wounded in action and returned to duty August 23, 1950
  36. Joseph Harrison Chenoweth, b: March 05, 1915 in Amarillo, Potter Co., TX - served in the US Navy (also served in WWII)
  37. Kenneth Eloise 'K.C.' Chenoweth b: September 26, 1931 in Fulton Co., IL
  38. Mahlon Eugene Chenoweth b: November 19, 1929 in New York - US Navy
  39. Max Hugh Chenoweth b: May 29, 1915 in Fennville, MI - a career officer in the US Army, he served as a rifle company commander and on a regimental staff after World War II. He retired as a LTC after commanding a Military Police Battalion and a Reconnaissance Battalion.
  40. Milroy Milton Chenoweth, II b: October 23, 1930 in St Paul, Ramsey Co., MN - served in Marines.
  41. Morris Bradford Chenoweth b: July 13, 1930 in Randolph Co., WV - US Army
  42. Orman Howard Chenoweth b: December 02, 1930 in Michigan
  43. Paul Lawrence Chenoweth b: 1930 in Missouri - served in the US Air Force.
  44. Richard Eugene 'Dick' Chenoweth b: August 19, 1931 in Staples, Todd Co., MN - US Air Force. Served 23 years and recieved the Bronze Star (also served in Vietnam)
  45. Richard Joseph Chenoweth b: February 27, 1917 in Bruning, Thayer Co., NE - served with the US Air Force (career - also in WWII).
  46. Richard Lee Chenoweth b: April 01, 1930 in Pennsylvania - US Air Force: enlisted 2 times, serving in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars and obtaining the rank of Tech Sergeant.
  47. Robert J. Chenoweth b: March 6, 1923 in New Jersey - served with the US Marine Corps. He also served in World War II
  48. Robert J. Chenoweth b: August 4, 1931 in Missouri – served with US Navy
  49. Ronald Harrison Chenoweth b: March 18, 1928 - USAF Lieutenant - fighter pilot
  50. Tunie Chenoweth b: October 27, 1927 - served in the 523rd Heavy Maintenance Co, 618th Ordnance Base Armour Vechicle Maintenance Co.
  51. William Austin Chenoweth b: October 09, 1931 in Enid, Garfield Co., OK - USAF 1st Lieutenant, cryptographer
  52. Vernon Richard Chrismer (spouse) b:October 02, 1932 in Ohio - Served with the US Army.
  53. Robin Harris Cockrell (spouse) b: May 22, 1932 in Neshoba Co., MS - US Army
  54. Clemmie Weldon Cole (spouse) b: January 15, 1910 in Saint Jo, Montague Co., TX
  55. William Lamble Cooper b:March 16, 1924 in Baltimore Co., MD - a graduate of West Point, William served with as a company commander in the US Army 5th Regimental Combat Team. He was seriously wounded during the war and discharged as a major in 1955.
  56. John Will Craig b: November 22, 1929 - US Navy
  57. Milton David Crippin b: August 06, 1920 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL - He served with the US Army in the Korean War and after retirement was recalled to train troops for the Vietnam Conflict. ALso served in World War II
  58. Benton Weaver Decker b: July 20, 1899 in Delaware - US Navy, served also served in World Wars I and II. Son of Commadore Benton C. Decker, an Ensign in 1920, he would rise to the rank of Rear Admiral.
  59. Benton Weaver Decker, Jr. b: December 01, 1922 in San Diego Co., CA - US Navy. Lt. Commander (pilot)
  60. Carl Eugene 'Buster' Dannerb: September 04, 1934 - US Navy
  61. Louis Earl Derryberry b: February 21, 1902 in Boyd, Wise Co., TX - USAF, retired in 50s, a Colonel
  62. Robert John Digirolamo (spouse) b: May 4, 1929 in New York - Served with the US Marine Corps.
  63. Eugene Bland Downing b: May 22, 1929 in Kansas City, KS - Served with the USMarine Corps.
  64. Boyd Thomas Drury (spouse) b: February 18, 1930 in Safford Billie, KS
  65. Gaylord Gary Duren (spouse) b: 1922 in Barnesville, Clay Co., MN - A WWII fighter pilot, Gay was recalled by Air Force for the Korean Conflict
  66. William Elifritz, Jr. b: 1927 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA - US Navy (also served WWII)
  67. Vernon Ellsworth (spouse) b: 1927 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA - joined the U.S. Army in January 1952, serving during the Korean War as an army medic. In the fall of 1952, he received head wounds while treating wounded soldiers. He was honorably discharged in October 1953. He received the Bronze Star for his service, and in May 2001, after 49 years, he was awarded the Purple Heart for his injury after members of his battalion wrote letters to Army personnel to see that he was properly honored.
  68. Durwood Carter Entsminger b: June 05, 1928 - PFC in the US Army
  69. G. Donald Fisher, Jr. b: 1927 in Pennsylvania - Officer US Navy, graduated Anapolis 1949
  70. Terrance Charles Fitzgerald, Jr. (spouse) b: November 03, 1917 in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS - served with the US Army and was assigned to the 71st Air Cavalry, Mechanized Truck Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division as a MSG. He died 24 Jul 1951, while serving in Korea. [RIP]
  71. William Ammon Forman b: May 4, 1923 in Eden, Concho Co., TX - served aboard the USS Phillipine Sea around October 1950, off the coast of North Korea providing air suppor for ground troops and making interdiction strikes. Returned to the States in Oct 1951 and discharged the following year.
  72. Raymond J. Gibson b: June 26, 1931 in Myrtle Point, Coos Co., OR - US Navy
  73. William Clement Graham (spouse) b: January 28, 1917 in Greene Co., MO - KIA, also served in World War II [RIP]
  74. Kenneth Eugene Greiner b: August 23, 1928 in Parkerville, Morris Co., KS
  75. Donald Edward Gregory b: March 13, 1931 in Oregon City, Clackamas Co., OR - US Navy on board the USS Sicily, an escort carrier operating off Korea
  76. Billy Robert Halcomb b: September 20, 1937 in Lake City, Anderson Co., TN - US Army
  77. James Edward 'Snooks' Hale b: February 13, 1917 in Afton, Ottawa Co., OK - was a Captain in the Army Infantry with a 23 year career in the military. A veteran of World War II and the Korean War with numerous medals and ribbons for his valor and leadership.
  78. Albert Lair Hart b: August 20, 1921 in Westmoreland, Pottawattomie Co., KS – 1st Lt 19th Infantry, 24th Divison. died in service, Korea [RIP]
  79. Herbert Henry Heath, Jr. b: April 28, 1926 in Ohio - PFC US Army, awarded purple heart
  80. James Lee Heaton b: January 28, 1932 in Kansas - died in the war on September 03, 1950 [RIP]
  81. Robert Clyde Heaton b: May 24, 1933 in Larned, Pawnee Co., KS
  82. Lowell Eugene Jennings b: June 17, 1921 Jefferson twp., Huntington Co., IN - US Army: received four Bronze Stars and several medals of commendation - also World War II
  83. Tommy Gale Kenner b: September 20, 1931 in Brockett, Randolph Co., AR
  84. Ronald Ellis Leaman b: December 03, 1928 in Oklahoma
  85. Joseph Maurice Chenoweth Locke b: February 13, 1932, Served with the 101st Army paratroopers and was present during the battle of "Pork Chop Hill". He received frostbite there; for many years, he was greatly affected by the cold.
  86. Danforth Buchannon Linaburg, Jr. (spouse) b: November 04, 1930 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., MD - US Navy
  87. Jean Wade Low b:April 05, 1926 in Massachusetts - 2nd Lt, US Army
  88. William James Lowrey b: December 28, 1928 in California – served from 1952-56 with the USNavy
  89. Charles Victor Manes b: November 17, 1917 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX - assigned to the 75th Wing where he was awarded the Bronze Star for "ground operations against the enemy" in Korea. Aslo served in World War II
  90. Robert Duane Martin (spouse) b: December 12, 1930 in Max Bass, Bottineau Co., ND - US Army
  91. Arthur Amos Mayfield b: July 14, 1923 in Schuyler Co., IL
  92. Raymond Howard 'Sarge' Mayfield b: Jun 09, 1925 in Sullivan Co., MO - US Army (career) - also served in WWII
  93. John D. McGhee b: April 23, 1927 in Ohio - Served with the USNavy. He also served in World War II and the VietNam War.
  94. Dan John McGuire b: October 24, 1931
  95. Charles McNeil b: November 08, 1929 (died in service) [RIP]
  96. Harold Junior Mechem b: November 13, 1925 in West Virginia – US Navy, Gunner's Mate, Missile, Second Class
  97. Craig Mansfield Mecum (spouse) b: July 22, 1927 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA – US Air Force, enlisted near the end of WWII, also served 2 tours in Vietnam.
  98. Roger Dean Miller b: January 02, 1936 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX – country singer
  99. Walter Richard Miller, Jr.b: October 02, 1927 in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO - US Navy and Marine Corps
  100. James Reed Milliner (spouse) b: February 22, 1928 in Peoa, Summit Co., UT - served as a medic with the US Army in South Korea
  101. James Hambleton Moore, III b: October 30, 1926 in Waverly, Pike Co., OH
  102. Dean Cecil Myers b: 1931 in Illinois - served with the US Army
  103. Kenneth Eugene Nuzumb: July 28, 1925 in Kansas - Corporal US Army
  104. Chester A. Ogle b: August 29, 1925 in Haskell, Muskogee Co., OK - On March 16, 1949 he re-enlisted in the Army and served during the Korean Conflict. (Also served in World War II)
  105. Carl Andrew Peterson b: May 31, 1918 in Hastings, Barry Co., MI - US Navy. Also served in the last year of the Second World War
  106. Charles Oliver Porterb: July 12, 1912 in Richmond, Wayne Co., IN - US Army
  107. Richard Edward Porterb: February 16, 1907 in New Castle, Henry Co., IN - US Army Oct 30, 1943-Nov 13 1945
  108. James Franklin Powders b: November 11, 1930 in Missouri
  109. John Bryan Price, Jr. b: 1926 in Texas
  110. Charles DeWitt Prouty b: 1923 in California - 1950-52 U.S Navy Reserve
  111. James Porter Reed (spouse) b: October 02, 1922 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA - 29 year Army veteran. Also served in WW2 and the Vietnam War.
  112. Edwin Allen 'Bill' Reeves, Jr. b: 1930 - US Marines
  113. Francis Marion 'Frank' Richards b: May 24, 1933
  114. Edmund C. Roberts, Jr. (spouse) b: 1919 in Riley Co., KS - served with the 7th Infantry Division, US Army as a Captain. He died during hostile action on October 13, 1951. [RIP]
  115. George Ivan Rock b: January 20, 1926 in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS - having served in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific in WWII and the U.S. Army in Italy post war, a decorated vertern John served again in the Korean War and where he was critically wounded in September 1950 in a friendly fire accident. He survived his wounds, but was left partially paralyzed for the rest of his life.
  116. Howard Austin Ross (spouse) b: June 23, 1926 - Served with the USArmy. He received the Purple Heart. He also served in World War II.
  117. Dorsey Howard Rowan b: June 06, 1930 in Mabie, Randolph Co., WV
  118. Charles E. Scowden b: September 28, 1931 in Carroll Co., IN - Airman 1st Class. US Air Force
  119. Baxter William Seaton b: 1927 - Pilot for Marine Corp., retired as a Lt. Colonel (also served in the Vietnam)
  120. William H. Simison. (spouse) b: April 11, 1922 in Spring Valley, Greene Co., OH - US Army
  121. Dale Raymond Skidmore b: October 11, 1932 in West Virginia - US Amry Corporal
  122. Hubert Neil Skidmore b: January 13, 1924 in West Virginia - Served in USAF attaining rank of Colonel - Also served in WWII and Vietnam
  123. Leonard Eugene Smith (spouse)
  124. Kenneth Harvey Stewart b: 1930 in Pennsylvania - US Navy 1947 - 1952
  125. Claude Chenoweth Stimson b: March 10, 1923 in Rogers, Benton Co., AR - US Air Force - also served in WWII
  126. Norman Everett Sykes b: 1928 in Illinois
  127. Charles William Thacker (spouse) b: November 27, 1922 in Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN - US Army, also served in WWII.
  128. Bobby George Thurman b: 1923 in Oklahoma - US Navy, 11 years, attaining rank of Chief Warrent Officer. Also was in WWII.
  129. Harry Dale Turley b: July 28, 1926 in Kokomo, Howard Co., IN – US Air Force. Also serve in WWII in US Navy in The Phillippines and China.
  130. Leon Leonard Vander Molen(spouse) b: August 14, 1913 - a 22 year veteran of the US Army, having served in both WW2 and the Korean conflict.
  131. Donald Dee Vertreesb: June 22, 1923 in Perry, Pike Co., IL - US Navy, also served in World War II & Viet-nam
  132. Gabe Thomas Vick b: May 24, 1931 in Parker Co., TX – enlisted in the USArmy as a 2LT. He served 26 years on active and reserve duty. He retired in 1978 as a LTColonel. His father served in World War I.
  133. Louis Edward Waite - US Army.
  134. Thomas Howard Ward b: June 29, 1927 in Elkins, Randolph Co., WV - also served in the Second World War: awarded the World War II Victory Medal, the Army of Occupation Medal, the Korean Service Medal, and the Chinese Community Forces Intervention Campaign Medal.
  135. Robert John Warren b: September 21, 1912 inEudora, Douglas Co., KS - SSgt US Army served in the First Cavalry Division in the South Pacific
  136. Vera June Stimson Wenkle b: June 26, 1916 in North Platte, Lincoln Co., NE - MASH nurse
  137. Reed Ernest West, Jr b: July 1, 1893 in Birmingham, MI – served with the USAir Force
  138. John Thurman Whitcomb b: 1928 in Indiana - served with the U.S. Navy from June 1946 to March 1948, stationed in Hawaii. He was in the Naval Reserve for two years and was recalled to active duty on November 9, 1950, serving in Japan and Korea; discharged in 1952 with the rank of 3/C Engineman
  139. Samuel William (spouse)
  140. Thomas Junior Wilson b: 1925 in Illinois - served with activated Illinois National Guard
  141. Donald Ray Lee Wood (spouse) b: April 30, 1930 in Madison Co., OH - PFC US Army
  142. James Tea Yoakum (spouse) b: August 17, 1918 in Vermont, Fulton Co., IL - Marine Corps
  143. Donald Wayne Young (spouse) b: January 11, 1933 - tail gunner in the Pacific Theatre.

Vietnam War(May 1962-30 Apr 1975)

(First official casualty reported Jul 1959)
Total Forces: 8,744,000 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 117+
Deaths: 58,203 - Known descendants who died: 15
  1. John Vincent 'JV' Akin b: June 10, 1948 in Pittsfield, Pike Co., IL - died at Phu Bi on June 15, 1968. [RIP]
  2. Gary Ray Ashbrook - served 2 tours - also sereved in Korea
  3. Terry Bowser b: 1954 in Baltimore, MD
  4. Benny Ray Burton b: 1948 in Tennessee - US Air Force
  5. Gerald Lynn Carter b: February 14, 1942 in Eugene, Lane Co., OR - served in the US Navy Reserves as a Lieutenant, fixed wing pilot. He was killed in an offshore non-hostile crash. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall, Panel 05W, Line 64. [RIP]
  6. Richard Eugene Chambers b: 1947 in Canton, IL - served with the US Air Force
  7. Hubert Thomas Chandler b: 1933
  8. Charles Lynn Chase b: 1948 in Lewiston, Nez Perce Co., ID - US Marines (1967-1968 tour with the VMGR 152 )
  9. Afton Charles 'Chuck' Chenoweth, Jr. b: November 22, 1954 in Dania, Broward Co., FL - U.S. Army Rangers
  10. Austin Ray Chenoweth b: February 19, 1947 in Dove Creek, CO - enlisted on 21 Nov 1968 as a Corporal in the US Army. He was killed in action at Binh Dinh, South VietNam on 15 Jan 1969. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall - Panel 34W, Line 5. [RIP]
  11. Billy Joseph Chenoweth b: 1947
  12. Bobby Allan Chenoweth b: 1955
  13. Bradley Dean Chenoweth b: August 07, 1947 in Illinois - Corporal US Army
  14. Dennis Roberts Chenoweth b: 1944 - Tech 2 in US Navy serving on ships: USS Higbee and USS Walke
  15. Donald George Chenoweth b: December 20, 1935 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA - US Army: reenlisted in 1965 to serve 9 years during the Vietnam War obtaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Also served in the Korean War.
  16. Donald Ray Chenoweth b: 1943 in Vienna, IL - enlisted on 2 Oct 1962 in the US Marine Corps. He served in VietNam from 1964 to 1965 and was discharged in Jul 1966.
  17. Edwin Jay Chenoweth b: June 28, 1944 in Harris Co., TX
  18. Gale K. Chenoweth, b: 1950 in Illinois - US Marines - Jan 1970 - Jan 1971, served near Da Nang. Discharged discharged July 1971, Camp LeJeune from the Second Marine Division
  19. Harry Ray Chenoweth b: February 28, 1937 in Oklahoma – served with the USAir Force from 5 Nov 1959-30 Nov 1979, attaining the rank of Master Sergeant. He is buried in Section C1, Row A, Site 58, Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado, Grand Junction, CO
  20. Harry Wesley "Duke" Chenoweth, III b: 1941 - served with the US Navy
  21. Horace Avery Chenoweth b: 1928 - served 2 tours in VietNam with the USMarine Corps. He also served in the Korean War and would serve in the Gulf War. He is noted for developing the "Combat Art Department".
  22. Irving Shoemaker Chenoweth, III b: November 3, 1943 in Columbia, Richland Co., SC - served as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army Reserves and was deployed on 14 Jan 1969 to Viet Nam. He was killed in action on 13 Apr 1969 at Tay Ninh, South VietNam. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall - Panel 27W, Line 71. [RIP]
  23. James Wilbert 'Butch' Chenoweth, Jr. - Enlisted March 1964. Served in Viet Nam June 65-66 MACV Teams 28 & 31, May 67-68 Recon. E Co. 2/35 Inf. 3rd Brigade, 25th Inf. Division, Jan 70 - April 70, L.R.R.P. Team Ldr. Headquarter Co. 2/506 Inf. 101 Airborn, 4 Purple Hearts, Discharged March 76 Honorable Discharge, Disabled Vet.
  24. John Lee Chenoweth b: 1942 – served in the USAir Force as Forward Air Controller (FAC) flying O-2's.
  25. John Michael Chenoweth b: December 17, 1943 in Smackover, Union Co., AR - served in the USArmy as a PFC
  26. John Pressly Wilson 'Jack' Chenoweth III b: 1943 - served US Navy - swiftboat LTJG in An Thoi district, retired in 2003 as a Captain.
  27. Joseph Paul Chenoweth, b: 1949 in Iowa - US Marines. Brother, Steven Ray, also served in VietNam.
  28. Leslie Alan Chenoweth b: December 4, 1944 in New York City, NY - Served with the USMarine Corps.
  29. Lowell Porter Chenoweth, b: September 17, 1943 in Richmond, Wayne Co., IN - served with 212th US Army 1966/1967
  30. Michael Allen Chenoweth b: 1949 in Indiana - US Navy
  31. Michael Frederic Chenoweth b: 1942 in Indiana
  32. Milroy Milton Chenoweth, Jr. b: 1948 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN
  33. Oscar Leo Chenoweth, b: 1945 in Swisher Co., TX - Captain, 1968-69
  34. Peter Clinton Chenoweth b: 1948 in Newark, New Jersey - enlisted in the US Air Force as an Airman Second Class on 7 Nov 1966 in Orlando, FL. During his enlistment he was stationed at Lakeland AFB, TX; the Presidio of Monterrey (Defense Language Institute), CA; Goodfellow AFB, TX; Incirlik Air Base and Karamursel Air Station, Turkey. Prior to his discharge in 1971 he served with the 366th Tactical Fighter Wing, DaNang AFB, Vietnam. After an 8-year break in service, he re-enlisted in US Army Reserves with C Battery, 7/9th Field Artillery, Orlando, FL. He went back on active duty in 1983 and served a full career working with the USArmy Reserves while being stationed with the 301st Field Hospital, Gainesville, FL; 819th Station Hospital (later becoming the 405th Combat Support Hospital) Hartford, CT; Headquarters 1st US Army, Ft Gillem, GA; 5501st US Army Hospital, Ft Sam Houston, TX; and 172d Medical Battalion (Logistics) (Forward), Ogden, UT. During his 30 year career he attained the rank of Master Sergeant (E-8). His father, Harold Richard, would serve in World War II and his grandfather, Frank Larkin, would serve in both World War I and II.
  35. Ralph Lee Chenoweth, b: September 13, 1932 in Miami, OK - served in the Navy, retiring as a Lt. Cmd. in 1977. During his 23 years of service, he commanded a crew of Hurricane Hunters and flew reconnaissance during the Vietnam War. He completed the last 10 years of duty in Rota, Spain.
  36. Richard Eugene 'Dick' Chenoweth b: August 19, 1931 in Staples, Todd Co., MN - US Air Force. Served 23 years and recieved the Bronze Star. (also served in Korea)
  37. Richard Lee Chenoweth b: April 01, 1930 in Pennsylvania - US Air Force: enlisted 2 times, serving in both the Vietnam and Korean Wars and obtaining the rank of Tech Sergeant.
  38. Richard Stanley Chenoweth, b: July 03, 1943 in Tulare Co., CA - was a Green Beret.
  39. Robert Dwight "Bob" Chenoweth, b: 1943 in Swisher Co., TX - 1967-68
  40. Robert Preston "Bob" Chenoweth, b: 1947 - enlisted in the USArmy in June 1966 and served as a Sergeant with the 120th Aviation Co. (assault helicopter), 4th Transportation Command, Flight Section. Later he was assigned to the 58th Aviation Detachment as a UH-1 Helicopter crew chief. On February 8, 1968 he was shot down and captured by the Viet Cong Forces. He was taken to North VietNam and held as a Prisoner of War for 5 years 1 month. He was released on 16 Mar 1973.
  41. Roy Earl Chenyworth, b: 1945 in Texas - served with the 180th Aviation (US Army) stationed in Tuey Hoa.
  42. Scott Thomas Chenoweth, b: 1948 in Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN - assistant medic with the 3rd platoon B Company 1/6 198th Infantry Brigade in the Americal Division in 1968-1969 at LZ Bayonet.
  43. Star Steven Chenoweth, b: January 11, 1946 in Perry, Noble Co., OK
  44. Steven Ray Chenoweth, b: 1947 in Iowa - Army intelligence stationed in Thailand. His brother, Joseph Paul, would also serve in VietNam.
  45. Terry Braden Chenoweth b: 1950 - served in Vietnam January 13, 1971-December 29, 1971
  46. Tunie 'Nim' Chenoweth, Jr., b: 1950 in Baltimore Co., MD - served in Vietnam in the army from Jan. 1971 to Dec 1972, he was in Company B, 5th Batallion serving in Da Nang.
  47. Wilbert Proctor Chenoweth, III b: 1942 in Wetumpka, AL
  48. William Ray Chenoweth b: December 05, 1941 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL - a Chief Petty Officer Chenoweth who retired from active duty service in 1982, was a Navy Seal: He received many awards, medals and commendations to include the National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Navy Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, P.I. Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Achievement Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Vietnam Campaign Medal and the Good Conduct Medal 4th Award.
  49. William Everett Coan b: 1945 in New York - served with the Marines
  50. Michael Whitaker Cotton, b: 1954 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM - USAF Medical Specialist.
  51. Steven Eugene Cotton, b: 1952 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo
  52. Galen Cheek Croslin, (spouse) - b: May 21, 1947 in Midwest City, OK - served with the USArmy as a Private Fist Class. His tour of duty in VietNam began on July 2, 1967 and his killed on September 19, 1967 in Quang Tin, South VietNam. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall, Panel 27E, Line 27.. [RIP]
  53. Richard Lewis Daniels b: September 06, 1947 in Longview, Cowlitz Co., WA - Richard was part of the combined Navy-Army group called MRF - Mobile Riverine Force - where the seamen carried the infantry soldiers of the 9th Div up and down all the rivers in the area. He died of wounds recieved aboard a APL-30 in the Mekong Delta near Dong Tam on March 01, 1971. [RIP]
  54. Roger David Daniels b: 1950 - served with the Marines in Vietnam 1969-1973.
  55. Kenneth Lawrence Dulley, b: August 26, 1940 - served in the USArmy Special Forces (Green Beret) as a Sergeant First Class. He was killed in action during his 3d tour of duty on Mary 6, 1969 in Cambodia. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall, Panel [RIP] 25W, Line 11.
  56. Herschel Lewis Dunigan, Jr.b: June 16, 1948 in IMartinsville, Morgan Co., IN - U.S. Army, 1966/67 - He received his military training at Ft. Knox. Then training for the U. S. Army Airborne School at Ft. Fordon, GA and was assigned to duty in Vietnam. Died in a military hospital in Japan on 24 Aug 1967 while being treated for combat wounds. [RIP]
  57. Charles Loyd Dyer b: 1929, Gamaliel, Monroe Co., KY - US Army Master Sergeant, MACV Advisory Team 89 from 11/65 to 12/66
  58. Lindsey Everett Dyer b: 1931 - US Navy
  59. Arnold D. Dyre b: 1945 - US Navy
  60. Gary Lee Fogle, III b: 1947 - US Army 1966-1967 with 2 years in Thailand
  61. Terry Farmer (spouse) b: January 04, 1950 in Greenville, Darke Co., OH
  62. Warren Farrar Fox b: 1944
  63. Donald Neal Garvin b: November 09, 1929 in Seneca Co., OH - PFC US Army
  64. Robert P. Gosden b: 1945
  65. Terry Allen Hale b: 31 Jul 1946 in Irving, TX - Captain in the USArmy Reserves on active duty as a MACV Adviser. His tour of duty began on 12 Apr 1970 and he died 3 Nov 1970 in Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam. He died of illness/injury in Non-Hostile action. He is listed as a ground casualty, intentional homicide. He is listed on the Vietnam Wall, Panel 06W, line 37. [RIP]
  66. Frederic Harry Johnson b: 1939 - US Army in country Sep 70 - Sep 71
  67. Lyle Albert Johnson b: August 16, 1942 in Great Falls, MT - enlisted in 1965 as an officer in the US Marine Corp Reserve. Was serving as a Captain when killed in combat on 5 Oct 1967 at Quang Nam, South VietNam. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall - Panel 27E, Line 54. [RIP]
  68. Lloyd Gray Kramer b: 1943 in Norwood, Norfolk Co., MA
  69. Franklin Dean Leedom b: 1935 in Nebraska - US Navy
  70. William Bernard Lesburg (spouse) b: December 14, 1919 in Akron, Summit Co., OH - Lt. Col in the Army. Served two tours ending in 1968. Also served in WWII. Buried Arlington National Cemetery
  71. James Ray Main (spouse) b: 1950 in Oklahoma
  72. Gregory Warner Mason b: 1941 in Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI - career US Army, retired as a Colonel, served two tours 1965-66 and 1969-70
  73. Robert Eugene McAferty b: October 22, 1948 in Olympia, Thurston Co., WA. Specialist Fourth Class US Army died from hostile fire, Thua Thien Province. [RIP]
  74. James Leonard McDonald b: 1946 - wounded
  75. John D. McGhee b: April 23, 1927 in Ohio - Served with the USNavy. He also served in World War II and the VietNam War.
  76. Brian Lester McGuire b: 1945
  77. David Edward McRae b: November 30, 1938 in Atlanta, GA (died in service) served as a pilot, with the rank of Lieutenant Commander, in the US Navy Reserve. He died on 6 Apr 1973 when his fixed-wing aircraft crashed in North VietNam. His name is listed on the VietNam wall, Panel 13E, Line 6. [RIP]
  78. Craig Mansfield Mecum (spouse) b: July 22, 1927 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA – US Air Force, enlisted near the end of WWII, served 2 tours in Vietnam. Also served in the Korean War.
  79. Donald J. Moretz (spouse) b: 1947 in North Carolina - US Army, served 1968-1970
  80. Roy Lester Mullins
  81. Christian Stuart Neilson (spouse) b: 1948
  82. Ray Carlis Nininger, Jr.b: October 16, 1951
  83. Freddie Roy Nolan b: 1941 in Yates City, Knox Co., IL
  84. Roger Mikel Petro b: August 14, 1945 in Lincoln, Logan Co., IL - served 2 tours and remained in Active service at the rank of Sergeant First Class (E-7). Suffered from effects of Agent Orange.
  85. James Pittman (spouse) b: 1943 in Michigan - US Army, served 1967-1968
  86. James Raymond Poling
  87. James Porter Reed (spouse) b: October 02, 1922 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA - 29 year Army veteran. Also served in WW2 and the Korean War.
  88. Alexander Stephen Robertson, Jr. b: April 22, 1942 in Madera, Madera Co., CA - US Navy
  89. Ted J. Rule b: March 24, 1943 - died November 29, 1968 in Viet Nam [RIP]
  90. Richard Hugh Ryan (spouse) b: June 1, 1945 in Ovid, OK - Served with the USAir Force.
  91. Ronald Delano Sanders (spouse) b: 1940 in Carmi, White Co., IL - – enlisted on 14 Nov 1959 in the US Army. Prior to a 13 month tour in VietNam (1966-67) he was stationed at Ft Leonard Wood, MO; Ft Monmouth, NJ; Ft Riley, KS; Frankfurt, Germany; Poitier, France; Ent Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, CO; and Camp Zama, Japan. After VietNam, he finished a 20 year career of service with assignments at Ft Carson, CO and the White House, Washington, DC (travelling with Presidents Johnson, Nixon, Ford and Carter). He retired in 1979 as a Master Sergeant (E-8).
  92. Robert Gene Sanford b: 1949 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL
  93. James Hensley Schell b: May 15, 1929 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH - 22 year Navy Veteran, served in Vietnam aboard the USS Inchon
  94. Baxter William Seaton b: 1927 - Pilot for Marine Corp., retired as a Lt. Colonel. Buried at Arlington National cemetery. (also served in the Korean War)
  95. John Drake Seaton b: 1935 - received The Distinguished Flying Cross
  96. Gary Leland Scott b: 1942 in Wamego, KS
  97. William Eugene "Billy" Shannon b: 1927 in Centre, MO (spouse) - served as a Captain in the US Air Force for 14 years prior to his death in Bien Hoa, South VietNam on 16 May 1965 in a ground accident. His name is listed on the VietNam Wall - Panel 01E, Line 120. His brother-in-law, Donald Benjamin Chenoweth, was killed during the Korean War. [RIP]
  98. Ronald S. Sheehan b: August 11, 1928 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY - US Amry SP4
  99. Stan Roger Sheridan (spouse) b: March 27, 1928 in California - From ARlington Burial page: LTC (MG Ret) Stan R. Sheridan assumed command of 1/69 Armor in September, 1968 at LZ Uplift. The Battalion provided support to the 173rd Airborne Brigade (Separate) along the Bong Son Plain and in the An Loa Valley. On October 18, 1968 the Battalion Forward HQ again moved, along with A and B companies, this time west to the area of the Oasis, HQ of the 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division along Highway QL19W, where they conducted numerous reconnaissance-in-force operations north and east of Duc Co. C company remained at LZ Uplift to support the 173rd Airborne Brigade (Separate) and sent its 1st platoon to LZ Schueller to conduct operations along Highway QL19E in support of the 1st Battalion 50th Infantry (Mechanized). Also during this period, a provisional detachment of tanks from the line companies was detailed to support elements of the 101st Airborne Division and the 44th ARVN Regiment in the Phan Thiet - Song Mao area. The Battalion continued operations east and west of Pleiku and along the coastal plain during 1969. B Company was given the mission of Rapid Reaction Force and route security between Dak To and the besieged Special Forces border camp of Ben Het. Bravo Company's lst Platoon, detailed to provide additional firepower to the SF camp, fought what was to be the only engagement between U.S. and NVA armor on the night of 3-4 March 1969. Obviously surprised by the presence of the U.S. tanks, the enemy fled the field after the B Company M48s destroyed several of the assaulting vehicles. -- ret 1983, a 2 Star Major General, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (twice), Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Air Medal (13)
  100. Hubert Neil Skidmore b: January 13, 1924 in West Virginia - Served in USAF attaining rank of Colonel - Also served in WWII and Korea
  101. William Joe Skinner b: 1939 in Elkins, WV - graduated from the US Military Academy, West Point, NY in 1960. As a Major, he received the Bronze Star for service in VietNam in 1969.
  102. James Frank South
  103. David Lynn Stewart b: 1944 in Pennsylvania - served a career with the USArmy. He retired as a Sergeant Major (E-9) with 3 tours in VietNam. His brother, Kenneth Harvey, served in the Korean War.
  104. Richard Orin Stoddart b: 1947 in Dillon, MT
  105. William Alan Swoveland b: June 19 1944 in Michigan (Chynoweth line) - US Army (SGT - E5) died August 25 1968 in Quang Tin under hostile fire. Panel 46W, Line 24 [RIP]
  106. William Daniel Tedrick (spouse) b: March 18, 1943 in Missouri - Captain in the US Army and serving 2 tours in Vietnam where he received a bronze star and at least one purple heart.
  107. Albert LeRoy "Butch" Thompson, Jr. b: 1949 in Galesburg, Knox Co., IL
  108. Robert Eugene Tyler, Jr. b: 1948 in Indiana - US Army
  109. Donald Dee Vertreesb: June 22, 1923 in Perry, Pike Co., IL - US Navy, also served in World War II & Korea
  110. William Joseph Waddell b: June 29, 1943 in Modesto, Stanislaus Co., CA - US Navy
  111. Gary Robert Weidman, b: 1946 in Minnesota - US Marines 66 - 67 in Da Nang and Chu Lai
  112. Richard Alan Western b: February 06, 1947 in Fresno Co., CA - US Army (SSGT - E6) died May 20, 1968 in Quang Ngai from hostile fire. Panel 64E, Line 10 [RIP]
  113. Michael Allen Whitmar b: 1951 in Fulton Co., IL - served with the US Army
  114. Kenneth Lynn Wirtz - b: 1944, Oklahoma
  115. Gary Russell Witt
  116. Larry E. Witt
  117. Lois Carol Witt b: January 16, 1939 in Parkersville, Calhoun Co., WV - Served with the USAir Force as a personnel officer. He retired in Nov 1989 with the rank of Major. He earned the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal and VietNam Service Medal with 5 bronze stars.

Gulf War (Air 16 Jan 1991-23 Feb 1991) (Ground 24 Feb 1991-27 Feb 1991)

Total Forces: 467,939 - Descendants & Spouses who served: 28+
Deaths: 382 - Known descendants who died: 0
  1. William S. 'Bill' Allen (spouse) - US Air Force, crew chief for Gen. Schwartzkopf
  2. William Wade Carroll, b: 1967, Soldotna, Alsaka - Navy Hospital Corpsman with the Marine Corps, Foxtrot Surgical Support Company, First Field Service Support Group in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Decorations include Navy Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, South West Asia Service Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation and Kuwait Liberation Medal.
  3. Brian Dale Chenoweth b: served with his sister, Lori Ann.
  4. Clive Hale 'Trey' Chenoweth, III b: 1964 - Sergeant first class, First Armored Division, U.S. Army - 18 year vetern of the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 4th ID, awarded the bronze star
  5. Gregory Lee Chenoweth b: 1970 - Was a Sergeant in communications in the Army National Guard during the war.
  6. Horace Avery Chenoweth b: 1928 - was re-commissioned with the USMarine Corps as a Colonel and was the 7th American to the US Embassy. HE also served in the Korean and VietNam Wars. Hooking up with the 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Division in each war. For this he was made a life member of the 5th Marine Regiment.
  7. Lori Ann Chenoweth 1964 – served with her brother, Brian Dale
  8. Robert Dale Chenoweth b: 1967 - US Army
  9. Ronald Eugene Chenoweth b: 1959
  10. Thaddeus L. Chenoweth b: 1972
  11. William Edward 'Bill' Chenoweth b: 1954 - enlisting on 23 Mar 1982 in USArmy he was medically retired on 30 Jun 2000 due to injuries during Desert Storm. During his enlistment he served in Grenada, Panama, Ft Bragg, NC and retired as a Sergeant First Class at Ft Hood, TX. He participated in many exercises and jumped (airborne) into Korea, Honduras and Panama.
  12. Dawn Cooper b: 1967 in Illinois - served in in Saudi Arabia in 1992 and retired in 2005 after 20 years in the Air Force at the rank of Master Sergeant (E-7), also served in OEF/OIF in Saudi Arabia and Qatar in 2001 and 2003.
  13. Joseph Richard Gardner
  14. James A. Gernert b: January 17, 1942 in Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH - served in the U.S. Marines from 1960 to 1964, followed by a two-year tour of duty with the U.S. Navy from 1964 through 1966.
  15. Robert Loren Hirl b: 1961 in Oregon - Air Force
  16. Ashley MacFarlane b: 1970
  17. Travis Lee McGuire b: 1971
  18. Roy Lester Mullins
  19. Jennifer Dawn Olson b: 1969 in Plymouth, IN, U.S. Navy, enlisted 10/09/1990 as a supply clerk
  20. Kenneth Daniel Olson b: 1968 in St. Joseph, MI (spouse), U.S. Navy, enlisted 05/23/1988 as a damage control man
  21. Daryl Ray Reed b: 1961 - served in United States Navy as an Aviation Chief in 2001. Had 4 tours in the Gulf War. Also served in Grenada, Beirut, Rwanda, Africa, traveling the world with over 14 years of Sea Duty on many Naval Vessels. Two of these ships I served were the USS Dwight D Eisenhower CVN 69 and the USS Carl Vinson CVN 70.
  22. Kent Vernon Rominger b: August 7, 1956 in Del Norte, Rio Grande Co., CO - Served with the USNavy. In Sep 1990 he reported to Fighter Squadron 211 (VF2U) where he served as Operations Officer aboard the USS Nimitz.
  23. Bret Lane Roy b: 1961 in West Virginia - A Sergeant In the Marines, Bret served two separate combat tours during Operation's "Just Cause" in Panama and "Desert Storm" in Kuwait. Decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal with Gold Star in lieu of second award, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with 4 Gold stars in lieu of five awards, and the Combat action ribbon with Gold star in lieu of second award.
  24. Craig Owen Scott b: 1949 in Kentucky (spouse) - Lt. Colonel. U.S. Army
  25. Leslie Anne Scott b: 1962 in Ohio - with the USArmy from 1981-1991 and was a Captain in the Gulf War. Her father, Kenneth Harvey, served in the Korean War and her spouse, Craig Owen Scott, served in the Gulf War also.
  26. John Knox Thompson b: 1968 in Florida - U.S. Marines
  27. Charles Avis Western b: 1965 in New York - U.S. Marines
  28. James Wesley Western b: 1965 in New York - U.S. Marines

Operation Enduring Freedom (Combat 7 Oct 2001 – Present)
The War in Afghanistan

Total Forces: ________ - Descendants & Spouses who served: 3+
Deaths: ________ - Known descendants who died: 0
  1. Joseph Richard Gardner
  2. David Michael Phares b: 1974 - served in the Indiana Army National Guard and in Afghanistan from June 1, 2004 to July 4, 2005
  3. Shan Patrick Chenoweth b: 1980 - US Army 2011

Operation Iraqi Freedom (Combat 20 Mar 2003 – 1 May 2003)

Total Forces: ________ - Descendants & Spouses who served: 8+
Deaths: ________ - Known descendants who died: 0
  1. Clive Hale 'Trey' Chenoweth, III b: 1964 - U.S. Army, Tank Platoon Sergeant , 4th ID, awarded the bronze star, also served in the Gulf War
  2. Daniel Lee Chenowethb: 1972 - SGT/E5
  3. Michael Lee Chenoweth [Sgt Michael Lee Chenoweth] b: June 04, 1978 in Harveyville, Wabaunsee Co., KS - deployed with the Russellville based Headquarters and Headquarters Battery of the 39th Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 206th Field Artillery Regiment, also served a 2nd tour in Iraq Feb-Aug 2007. Michael died in a boating accident while was home on a two week leave from Iraq where he had volunteered for service with Battery C, 2nd Battalion, 142nd Fires Brigade of the Arkansas Army National Guard.






  4. Dawn Cooper b: 1967 in Illinois - served OEF/OIF in Saudi Arabia and Qatar in 2001 and 2003 and retired in 2005 after 20 years in the Air Force at the rank of Master Sergeant (E-7), also served in served the Gulf War in Saudi Arabia in 1992
  5. Christopher Michael Covahey b: 1977 - served with 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, India Company out of Camp Pendleton, CA.
  6. Donald Alan Johnson b: 1966 - US Air Force, 56th Air Lift Squadron. Major, career military, flying C-5's and C-21's. Other operations include: 332nd Air Lift Flight, Randolph AFB, TX, C-21, Operation Uphold Democracy 1994-95, 21st Air Lift Squadron, Travis AFB, CA, C-5, Operations Northern and Southern Watch 1997-99, Operation Desert Fox 1998, Operation Allied Force 1999 & 311th Air Lift Squadron, Peterson AFB, CO, C-21, Operations Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom/Horn of Africa (OIF/OEF/HOA) 2005 & 2007.
  7. Jennifer Dawn Olson b: 1969 U.S. Navy, enlisted 10/09/1990 as a supply clerk, cross rated to a cryptologist, has been stationed in Alaska, Hawaii, Florida, Washington D.C., Virginia, and England
  8. Charles Avis Western b: 1965 in New York - U.S. Marines

Global War on Terrorism (Combat May 2003 - Present)

Total Forces: ________ - Descendants & Spouses who served: 8+
Deaths: ________ - Known descendants who died: 2
  1. Amy Page Chenoweth b: 1983 in Oklahoma - Afghanistan 2009
  2. Joshua Lance Chenoweth[Sgt Joshua Lance Chenoweth] b: 1984 - A Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, Joshua served with Regimental Combat Team 8, Camp Fallujah Iraq from February 25th, 2005 to September 24th, 2005, part of 10th Marine Regiment, Counter Battery Radar Platoon.






  3. Alan Lee Cale b: 1988
  4. Michael Lee Chenoweth b: June 04, 1978 in Harveyville, Wabaunsee Co., KS - served a 2nd tour in Iraq Feb-Aug 2007. Michael died in a boating accident while was home on a two week leave from Iraq where he had volunteered for service with Battery C, 2nd Battalion, 142nd Fires Brigade of the Arkansas Army National Guard. Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom
  5. Duane Lee Haddock b: 1962 - Major in US Army - served with Task Force Viking, in the 10th Special Forces Group in Iraq.
  6. Clay Daniel Matheny b: 1980 - Marines
  7. Thomas Reilly, Jr. b: June 28, 1989 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL - Lance Corporal Reilly was killed December 21, 2008 while on duty in Karmah, Iraq. [RIP]
  8. Randall Snyder
  9. John Christian Stock b: February 26, 1981 in Gregg Co., TX - a member of the 2nd Marine Division 3rd Battalion Bravo Company, John died on September 06, 2007 in Western Anbar Province while manning a traffic checkpoint, as a result of a suicide car bomber.



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