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It is believed everyone listed on this World War I Memorial enlisted from Montgomery County before giving their lives during the war to end all wars. Transcribed by Marvin Allen.

Transcribed by Charlotte MYERS Ker March, 2004

It should be noted that the above list represents a variety of situations. Not everyone listed actually fought in the war and may have supported the war effort in some other way. Many no doubt fought against Native Americans in Kentucky who were incited by the British to attack settlers. Others would have served in Virginia and elsewhere before moving to Kentucky.

A plaque on the 1st floor of the Mt. Sterling Courthouse lists Soldiers and Patriots of the Revolutionary War buried in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

It was presented by Colonel George Nicholas Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution May, 1962.

World War II enlistees from Montgomery County who gave their lives according to the National Archives & Records Administration.

Note: the WWII Memorial at the courthouse includes additional persons with Montgomery County connections.

The Korean War Memorial lists ten men from Montgomery County who  died during this war.

The Vietnam War Memorial lists seven men who died from Montgomery County.

Leonard Wayne Campbell, George Edward Corey, Edward Taul Crooks, Gary Austin Dore, Carl Berg Mitchell, Tommy R. Nealis, Roger Nester.

This recent Memorial lists Garth Douglas Sizemore, who died in Iraq, and Dustin Dean Gross, who died in Afghanistan.