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Warren County, Ohio Military Heritage
Revolutionary War (1774-1784) War of 1812 (1812-1815) Mexican War (1846-1848) Civil War (1861-1865) Indian Campaigns  (~1817-1898) Spanish American (1898-1902)
World War I (1914-1918) World War II (1939-1945) Korean Conflict (1950-1953) Vietnam (1957-1973) Middle East Conflicts (1990 - ) Other Service
Warren County Ohio World War II Veterans
surnames beginning with
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Thousands of Warren Countians have served their country in the military. I will be happy to add your military veteran to the list. Email your information, images, etc. to Arne Trelvik


MABON
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MacDONALD
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  • Howard T. MacDonald (1916-1999) - S Sergeant US Army World War II
MacGREGOR
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  • Robert B. MacGregor Sr. (1921-2012) - World War II
    • "MacGregor," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, January 29, 2012, page B8
      " WWII"
MACK
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  • Richard Jefferson Mack (1921-1999) - US Army
    • Photo:  "Richard Jefferson Mack", The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, undated 1999 clipping
      "... A native of Autangaville, Ala., he served in the U.S. Army and was an ordained minister of Little Rock Church of God in Christ and an owner of Mack Construction and Development Corp. ..."
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      Richard J. Mack, 1st Sgt US Army World War II
      Date of Birth: 6 Mar 1921
      Date of Death 21 Jul 1999
      Burial:  Dayton National Cemetery, Section 29 Site 793
MACKEY
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  • Frank Mackey (1919-2009) - US Army World War II, Purple Heart
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
    • Frank Mackey, The Western Star, Lebanon Ohio, Thursday December 17, 2009
      "Born in Lebanon on April 16, 1919 to Franklin Ernest & Lillian (nee: Bailey) Mackey, he graduated from Lebanon High School and received a Purple Heart for his service in the U.S. Army during World War II. ..."
   
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  • Fred J. Mackey (1924-2006) - PFC, US Army, World War II, Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Oak Leaf Cluster
MACLELLAN
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  • Daniel Angus MacLellan (1925-2015) - US Army, World War II & Korea
    • grave at Dayton National Cemetery
    • Photo:  Mueller Funeral Home Website accessed 1 Feb 2016
      " . . . Daniel graduated from St. Clements High School in Boston in 1943 and soon thereafter was drafted to the US Army Air Corp and joined a B-17 combat air crew serving in Europe. He became an aircraft engine instructor before being discharged in 1946. After being recalled for the Korean conflict where he helped monitor Russian atomic bomb testing, he graduated from Boston College in 1952 with a degree in aeronautical engineering. . . ."
MADDOX
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  • Chilt M. Maddox (1916-2008) - US Marine Corps, World War II
MADER
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  • Russell I. Mader (1917-1983) - US Army, World War II
MADLENER
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MAHAM
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  • Edwin Elliott Maham (1911-1963) - Ohio, EM2 US Naval Reserve, World War II
MAJOEWSKY
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MALCHOW
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MALLICOAT
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MALLORY
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  • Carl F. Mallory Sr. (1896-1980) - US Army, Mexican Border, World War I, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery -  Sec 15 Lot 426-1
    • "Carl Mallory," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Oct. 22, 1980
      ". . . He was a self-employed trade and a veteran of the 1913 Mexican was and World Wars I and II.
      Mr. Mallory was a member ot the Middletown Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans. . . ."
MALONEY
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MANCE
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  • George Walter Mance (1924-1955) - Ohio, PFC Army Air Forces, World War II

MANN
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MANNING
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  • Ned H. Manning (ca 1919-1943) - PFC, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Cenotaph in Sec B3 Lot 242
    • "Pfc. Ned Manning Killed in Action; War Department Notifies Parents Tuesday; Believed on Aluthians," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), June 24, 1943.
      "Another Warren countian made the supreme sacrifice for his country recently when a telegram was received Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. William C. Manning of Clarksville Rural Route, Washington Township, from the War Department notifying them that their son Pfc. Ned Manning has been killed in action on May 29.
      Young Manning, 24 years of age, was serving in the Infantry of the United States Army and is believed to have been in the Aleutian Islands, possibly on Attu. He enlisted on March 5, 1941, and had been in the war theater for several months.
      A native of Warren County, Manning attended the Clarksville schools and graduated from Morrow high school. He was associated with his father on the farm before enlisting in the army.
      Besides his parents he leaves a younger brother, Joseph Manning, at home.
      His father, former Warren county dog warden, now guard at the King Powder Company at Kings Mills is well known throughout the county.
      A radio report was circulated this week that James. H. Simpson of Lebanon was reported killed in action but no confirmation of the story has been received and neither has anyone by that name been found in this vicinity."

 

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  • James H. Manning (1907-1966) - Ohio, Private, Company C, 61 Engineer Battalion, World War II

MAPES
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  • Leonard Harvey Mapes (c1822-2011) - Major, US Marine Corps, World War II & Korea
    • "Mapes, Leonard Harvey, Major, USMC Retired," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, September 8, 2011, page B2
      " . . . Leonard served his country as a decorated officer in the United States Marine Corp as a Pilot in WWII and Korean War. . . ."

MARCONET
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  • Francis Severin Marconet (1922-1980) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #5560 in Sec G Lot 180
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
    • "FrancisMarconet," obituary, unnamed paper dated 17 Sep 1980 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society.
      " . . . He was a lifelong area farmer and a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Waynesville, the Warren County Antique Machinery Club, a World War II veteran, and a member of the American Legion Post 186 in Lebanon. . . ."

 

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  • Walter Eugene 'Gene' Marconet (1927-1992) - US Navy, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Bethany Church Cemetery
    • "Walter Marconet," obituary, unnamed paper dated 7 Oct 1992 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a retired machinist for Cincinnati Milacron, a World War II Navy veteran and a member of the VFW post #6099 Lebanon. . . ."

MARLOTT
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  • Lawrence C. Marlatt (1917-1973) - Indiana Sgt US Army World War II

 

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  • Milton Marlatt (1912-1944) - Ohio, PFC 39 Inf 9 Div, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • "Military Rites for Morrow Vet," obituary, unnamed paper dated 31 Mar 19149 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "Rites At Vale Funeral Home Today for Pfc. Milton Marlatt.
      MORROW – Military services in charge of Morrow Post VFW No. 8202 will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at Vale Funeral Home for Pfc. Milton Marlatt, who was killed in action in Germany on Sept. 14, 1944. Burial will be in Morrow Cemetery.
      A graduate of Morrow high school in 1931, he entered the service November 10, 1942 and after three weeks of training at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., he was sent overseas, landing in North Africa, March 18, 1943. He participated in the North African and Tunisian campaigns and his company paraded before King George VI and Gen. Mark Clark.
      He was wounded in action in Sicily and in November 1943 was sent to England to teach a familiarization course in the use of the carbine rifle. Serving in Co. B, 39th Infantry, 9th Division, with its battle cry, “Anything, Anywhere Anytime for Nothing,” he landed in Normandy on D-Day plus four. On July 11, while fighting in the break through at St. Lo he was again wounded by shrapnel. Returning to action August 28, he joined his outfit in Belgium Sept. 10. He was awarded two purple hearts, infantry badge of merit, several other medals for expert marksmanship with various types of firearms.
      Surviving are his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Marlatt of Cincinnati and two brothers, Charles of Dayton and Joe of Cincinnati"

MARLOW
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  • Thomas H. Marlow Sr. (c1921-2011)
    • "Thomas H. Marlow Sr." obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, July 10, 2011, page B8
      " . . . He was a WWII US Veteran, Retired Railroad Clerk and Member of the Norwood Masonic Loge and Scottish Right. . . ."

MARMAN
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MARSHALL
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  • Charles B. Marshall (1919-1998) - US Navy, World War II

 

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  • Clifford Marshall (1919-1993) - PFC, US Army, World War II

 

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  • Howard A. Marshall (1918-1991) - US Navy, World War II

 

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MARTIN
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  • Harold E. Martin (1916-1983) - PFC, US Army, World War II


 
  • Harry D. Martin (1925-2016) - US Navy, World War II
    • Photo:  Shorten and Ryan Funeral Home Website accessed 26 May 2016
      " . . . WWII Navy Veteran-Harry D. Martin, born January 20, 1925 in Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away April 13, 2016 in Lebanon, Ohio. . . ."


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  • Paul E. Martin (1927-2003) - US Army Air Corps
    • Western Star Obituary 20 Mar 2003)


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  • Vernon "Bunny" Martin (1926-1995) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II, Purple Heart
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Sec J Lot 727
    • "Vernon Martin," obituary, unnamed paper dated 17 May 1995 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and fought in the battles of Iwo Jima, Okinawa and Boganville, where he was awarded the Purple Heart. . . ."
   
  • William "Bill" Thomas Martin (1922-2014) - US Army, World War II
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 25 October 2014
      " . . . He attended Ohio University for one year before entering the Army where he served 40 months as a medic during World War II. . . ."

MASSIE
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MATHEWS
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  • Hamilton Tillman "Matt" Mathews (1911-1973) - US Navy, World War II

MATNEY
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  • Daniel G. Matney (1923-2005) - US Navy, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 3 Lot 220-?
    • "Daniel Matney," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, December 22, 2005
      " . . . Mr. Matney served in the Navy during World War II and was employed by Machine Products for 25 years, retiring in 1989. . . ."

MATTHEWS
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MAUPIN
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  • Roy Maupin (1906-1975) - AMM1 US Navy, World War II
MAXWELL
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  • Glenn Stanley 'Scotty' Maxwell (1919-2014) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Rose Lawn Gardens, Meadville, Pennsylvania
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 9 May 2014
      " . . . Glenn was a veteran of WW II serving in the U.S. Army. . . ."
MAY
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MAYABB
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MAYER
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  • Jule B. Mayer (c1918-2010)
    • unnamed 2010 paper
      " . . . WWII . . ."
MAYHEW
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MAYNARD
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MAYS
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McAFEE
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McCABE
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McCARNAN
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  • Fred L. McCarnan (____-2012) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • "McCarnan," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, March 11, 2012, page B8.
      " . . . Fred was a longtime resident of Mason and a proud WWII Aerial Gun Instructor for the Army Air Corp. . . ."
McCARREN
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  • Carrol F. McCarren (1915-1975) - PFC US Army World War II

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McCLUNG
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McCOMAS
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  • James Mayford McComas (1917-2001) - US Navy, World War II
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  • Robert Warner "Bob" McComas (1918-1988) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II
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  • Larry M. McComas (1920-1966) - Indiana, Sergeant, Company E, 147 Infantry, World War II
McCONNELL
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  • John E. McConnell (1913-1988) - TEC 4 US Army World War II
McCORKLE
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McCORMICK
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  • Edwin C. McCormick (1922-2012) - Radioman Second Class, US Navy, World War II
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      Edwin Clyde McCormick RM2, US Navy, World War II
      born 3 Apr 1922
      died 1 Feb 2012
      buried at Florida National Cemetery, Section 604 Site 883
    • Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
      " . . . Served in the Navy during WWII as a radio operator aboard the cruiser USS Vincennes, traveling with the major carrier groups throughout the south Pacific being involved in multiple battles in/around the Philippines and securing the Marshall Islands, the Mariana Islands, Iwo-Jima and Okinawa. . . ."
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  • Robert E. McCormick (1925-2002) - US Navy World War II

McCOY
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McCRAY
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  • Virgil L. McCray, Sr. (1926-2016) - Merchant Marines, World War II
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 27 May 2016
      " . . . Virgil served in the Merchant Marines during WWII. . . ."

McCREARY
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McCURLEY
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  • Clifford H. McCurley (1923-1945) - S. Sgt.US Army Air Corps, 442nd Bomber Squadron, 320th Bomber Group, (Medium)
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #3433 in Section D1 Lot 42 on 20 Apr 1948
    • Warren County World War II Army and Army Air Force Casualites
    • S/Sgt. Clifford H. McCurley , The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday, April 1, 1948
      "S. Sgt McCurley, a gunner on a B-26, had been overseas about eight months when he was killed in a plane crash in France in February, 1945.  He had been awarded the Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster and Good Conduct Medal.  His bombing group had received the Presidential Citation and French Citation."
    • 9 Dec 2008 email from Jeffrey McFadden Eaton,Ohio
      "442nd Bomber Squadron, 320th Bomber Group, (Medium)
      Clifford H. McCurley, was in a B 26. non battle death. two others died in the accident."

      See the website for the 320th Bomber Group and their Memorial Page for Sgt McCurley
McDADE
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  • Clarence G. "Mickey" McDade (1924-2008) - Sergeant, US Army Air Forces, World War II
McDANIEL
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  • Robert F. McDaniel (1923-1974) - Staff Sergeant, US Army
McDONOUGH
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McDOWELL
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  • Robert A. McDowell (1897-1981) - Private, US Army, World War II
McELFRESH
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McELWEE
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  • Willard E. "Gene" McElwee (1914-1965) - Ohio, Sergeant, Co E 157th Infantry, 5th Division, World War II, Bronze Star Medal - Purple Heart
McFADDEN
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  • Richard McFadden (1922-1982) - USNR WW2 Naval Aviation Ord. 1st class 1940-1945
    • gravestone at Miami Valley Memory Gardens
    • 4 Dec 2008 email from Jeffrey McFadden Eaton,Ohio,
      "My father Richard D McFadden, A WW2 vet, is buried at Miami Valley Memory Gardens. He is not on your vets buried list. Back in th 50's(before me)he had a funeral home in Waynesville. It is now an antique store. Imagine that. He worked for Cap Stubbs. Mom was a Sheehan. I am sure you have heard of them. Also related to the Rye,Pine,Crockett,Stacey,Burnett,Earnhart family's. Have been up and down S hill many times. I grew up in Centerville. Had many relatives in Warren co. In fact today(sunday) I took my uncle from Waynesville to a WW2 Navy reunion. Drove through Harvesburg. "
    • 9 July 2009 email from Jeffrey McFadden added service information & lifespan dates
McFARLIN
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McGEE
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  • Elwood Richard "Mac" McGee (1925-2004) - 82nd Airborne Division, US Army, World War II
McGLOTHIN
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  • Frank McGlothin (1927-1989) - Private, US Army, World War II
McGRAW
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  • Carl D. McGraw (1915-2008) - US Navy, World War II
    • Grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens
    • Carl McGraw, The Franklin Chronicle, Franklin, Ohio, Thursday, December 18, 2008
      "He was a US Navy veteran of World War II."
McGREGOR
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  • Shelby B. McGregor (1923-2010) - TEC 5, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery -Interment #8942 in Sec B4 Lot 365 on 4 Feb 2010 with full military honors
    • Shorten and Ryan Funeral Home Website
      "... Shelby served his country in the United States Army in World War II. ..."
McGUIRE
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  • Hershel Ray McGuire (1923-2011) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 21 Lot 174-1
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website
    • "Hershel McGuire," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Sunday, August 14, 2011,
      " . . . Ray served in the U.S. Army during WW II in the Phillipines and Japan. . . ."
McILVAIN
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  • Howard H. McIlvain (1913-2002) - Coast, World War II
McINTOSH
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  • Henry C. McIntosh Jr. (1927-2011) - PFC, US Army, World War II
    • Photo: "Henry C. McIntosh," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Saturday, April 2, 2011
      " . . . He served in the U. S. Army during W.W. II as a PFC. . . ."

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  • Willard McIntosh (1921-1972) - Ohio PFC HQ Co 1 Bn 119 Inf World War II Bronze Star Medal & Purple Heart
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McKEEVER
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  • Carl Edwin McKeever (1923-2001) - US Army, World War II
McKENZIE
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McKIBBAN
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McKINLEY
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  • William E. McKinley (1918-1985) - PFC US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #9599 in Sec A Lot 38 grave 6 on 15 Jun 1985
    • photo comes from his son Martin McKinley and forwarded by David Frazier on 17 May 2010
      "Bud" served in the Pacific during WW II."

McKINNEY
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McKNIGHT
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McMAHAN
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  • Donald W. McMahan (1911-1972) - North Carolina, Private, US Army, World War II

McMAINS
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McMICHAEL
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  • Warren Albert McMichael (1923-2017) - US Navy, World War II
    • grave at Otterbein Cemetery
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 19 January 2017
      " . . . Warren was a US Navy Veteran in World War II, a member of the Otterbein United Methodist Church and the Lebanon Farmer’s Club. . . ."

McMILLION
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McQUEEN
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MEADOWS
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MEDLEY
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MEEK
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MEEKS
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  • Albert R. Meeks (1919-2000) - US Army, World War II
MEGUIRE
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  • Ralph E. Meguire Sr. (1911-1998) - US Army Air Forces
MELAMPY
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  • Ralph Joseph Melampy (1921-2000)
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, April 4, 2000
      "He served in World War II and belonged to the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars"
MEHLHOPE
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  • Kenneth D. Mehlhope (c1926-2011) - US Navy, World War II
    • "Mehlhope," obituary, unnamed 2011 paper
      " . . . Mr. Mehlhope was a WWII Navy veteran, and a graduate of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. . . ."
MEIBERS
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  • Lawrence Meibers (1922-2016) - World War II
    • Photo:  Shorten and Ryan Funeral Home Website accessed 26 May 2016
      " . . . Lawrence served in WWII in the North Africa & Italy campaigns from 1942 - 1945. . . ."
MELKO
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MELLOH
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MELOY
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  • Omar R. Meloy (1910-1996) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Bethany Cemetery - Sec  122-2
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
    • "Omar Meloy," obituary from unnamed 9 Oct 1996 paper on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . A World War II Army veteran, her [sic] retired after 37 years as a rural mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. . . ."
MENDENHALL
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  • R. C. Mendenhall (1926-2014) - US Navy, World War II
MELTON
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MENNE
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MENTZ
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MERCER
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  • George W. Mercer (1921-1999) - US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery
    • "George Mercer," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, 1999
      "... Services were held Jan. 5 at Unglesby-Anderson Funeral Home, with burial in Woodhill Cemetery with full military honors."
MEREDITH
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  • Robert E. Meredith (1919-2003) - US Army World WAr II
MESSER
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  • Obie Messer (1923-1993) - Private, US Army, World War II
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  • Shirley Messer (1924-1993) - US Army, World War II
METCALF
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MIDDLETON
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  • Joseph C. Middleton (1929-2011) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Otterbein Cemetery
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
      " . . . born October 26, 1929 in Oregonia, OH to Carl and Laura Ann (nee: Walker) Middleton, he was a US Army WWII veteran. A member of the Lebanon VFW Post 6069, he was, also, a Kentucky Colonel. . . . ."
MIDER
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  • Samuel L. Mider (1921-1974) - TEC 4, US Army
MIDKIFF
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  • Wayne Tilford Midkiff (____-2011) - US Navy, World War II
    • "Wayne Tilford Midkiff," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, May 18, 2011
      " . . . Wayne was in the Navy and served his country in World War II in most of the major battles in the Pacific Ocean. . . ."
MIKOLA
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MILES
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  • George Sidney Miles (1915-1958) - Ohio; Cpl Army Air Forces World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #6693 in Sec. E lot 26 on 18 Oct 1958
    • photo: 16 Dec 2016 email from Robert Taliaferro
      "Attached is a picture of Corporal George Sidney Miles who service in the Army Air Forces in WW II. He is on your web page. He is my uncle, my mother’s brother."
MILLER
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  • Earl Ben Miller (1917-1988) - Private, US Army, World War II

 

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  • Eugene J. Miller (1911-1985) - US Navy 1944-1946


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  • George C. Miller (1924-2008) - US Merchant Marines, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section D
    • "George Miller," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, December 18, 2008, page C4
      " . . . He also served in World War II in the Merchant Marines. . . ."


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  • George Collie Miller (1917-2000) - US Army World War II


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  • Herbert Miller (1922-2014) - US Army, World War II

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  • James Charles Miller (1913-1982) - SF1, US Navy, World War II

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  • James E. Miller (____-2009) - World War II
    • Burial:  Gate of Heaven Cemetery
    • Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, March 31, 2009

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  • John M. Miller (1924-2000) - US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "John Miller" The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Tuesday, August 1, 2000
      "... He served in the U.S. Army during WW II, was a member of the Clearcreek Township Fire Department and coached baseball. ..."

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  • Kenneth H. Miller (1919-1999) - US Army Air Corps 1944-1945

 
  • Lee E. "Pete" Miller (1919-2009) - Sergeant, 4th Infantry Division, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #8807 in Sec G2 Lot 198 on 17 Mar 2009
    • Photo:  The Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, March 15, 2009
      "Pete was a member of the 4th. infantry division that landed on Utah beach on D-Day and was a gunner in The Battle of the Buldge."

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  • Paul H. Miller (1927-1999) - TEC 4, US Army, World War II
 
  • Walter James Miller (1925-2010) - US Navy, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 15 Lot 306-1
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website
    • "Walter Miller," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Friday, April 6, 2010, page A7
      " . . . He served in the United States Navy and retired from Frigidaire (div. of G.M.) in 1977. . . ."

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  • Wilford H. Miller (1918-2012) - US Navy, World War II
MILLS
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  • James W. Mills (1912-1964) - PFC, US Army, World War II

MINGE
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  • Sam Minge Jr. (1912-2002) - Pioneer Platoon, 398th Infantry Regiment, 100th Infantry Division, World War II
    1942 Fort Jackson, Fort Bragg * * * Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, Central Europe 1946
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec. 2 Lot 35?
    • "Honor Roll," Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, September 16, 1943, page ten.
    • "Sam Minge Jr." obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, 2002
      " . . . A World War II veteran, he retired as superintendent of roofing at Logan Long and he was a member of the VFW and the American Legion in Franklin. . . ."

MINIX
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  • John W. Minix (1915-1982) - US Navy, World War II

MINK
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  • Calvin Coolidge Mink (1924-2013) - US Air Force, World War II & Korea
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 12 Nov 2013
      " . . . Calvin served in U.S. Air Force during the WW II and The Korean War. . . ."

 

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  • Paul Mink (1927-2010) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens - Last Supper, Row 16
    • "Paul Mink," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Thursday, September 9, 2010, page C3
      " . . . He was a veteran of WW II serving in the U. S. Army and was a school teacher with the Franklin City Schools retiring in 1985. . . ."

MINSTER
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  • George Andrew Minster (1919-2014) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Hillcrest Abbey Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
    • Photo: Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 24 Oct 2014
      " . . . Like his brothers, Earnest (Ernie) and Robert (Bobby), George joined the US Army in April 1941 and later married, Margaret Elizabeth Griffin on September 1, 1942. George proudly served his country during World War 2 and participated in the liberation of several concentration camps in Europe. . . ."

MIRACLE
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MISEL
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  • Richard J. Misel (1917-1945) - Captain, 149th Bomb Disposal, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #3463 in Sec B1 Lot 46 on 5 Jan 1949
    • World War II Honor Roll
    • Richard Misel obituary, unnamed paper dated 14 Jun 1945 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "Word has been received from the War Department that Captain Richard J. Misel, 28, of Kings Mills, was killed in Italy on May 7. He and another officer were working with a large quantity of captured ammunition and explosives when he met his death. He had participated in the African and Italian campaigns, having gone overseas May 13, 1943 in the Bomb Disposal Unit. He was inducted in June 1941 and later was sent to Aberdeen, Md., where he received his officers training. . . ."
    • "Misel Services Are Held Wednesday, Kings Mills Veteran Was Victim of Explosion in Italy," unnamed paper dated 6 Jan 1949 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "Mason - Funeral services for Capt. Richard J. Misel, 28, of Kings Mills, who was killed in an explosion in Verona, Italy on May 7, 1945, was held Wednesday at 2 P.M. at the Ray Gallimore Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. E. Lee Niswander. Burial was in Rosehill Cemetery.
      Capt. Misel has participated in the African and Italian campaigns with a Bomb Disposal Unit. . . ."
MITCHELL
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  • Carl Norman Mitchell (1925-2006) - BM, US Navy, World War II
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  • Franklin G. Mitchell (1922-2013) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II
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MOBERLY
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MOBLEY
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  • Lorley Spencer Mobley (1920-2009)
    • Lorley Mobley, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Monday October 19, 2009
      "... He was a veteran of WW II serving in the U.S. Navy as a pilot, and was an engineer with Republic, Dravo, and ARmco Intermantion, and held many patents in his name with the steel industry traveling extensively with his positions. ..."
MOELLER
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  • Henry H. Moeller (1904-1988) - Private, US Army, World War II
MOKRY
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  • Leslie Eugene Mokry Sr. (1921-2012) - Captain, US Navy Air Corps, World War II & Korea
    • Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
      ". . . In 1943, he enlisted in the naval Air Corps. He was ordered to Active Duty in June 1942, [sic] completed flight training in June 1943 and was commissioned an Ensign and designated a Naval Aviator. Les served in three different squadrons and flew in combat missions from aircraft carriers in Torpedo Bombers (TBF) and fighter planes (F6F) in all three theatres of operation. He reenrolled in Otterbein in September of 1946 and was graduated in the Centennial class of 1947 with a BA in Business Administration and began his career in finance and banking with Universal CIT credit Corporation. He was recalled to active duty by the Navy in 1952 and served two years during the Korean Conflict. . . ."
      ". . . As a Naval Reserve Officer, Les was required to remain in the Naval Reserve. During his tenure, he served as a Squadron Commander and as an Assistant Wing Staff Commander, retiring as a Captain in 1982."
    • "Leslie Eugene Mokry Sr.," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, March 22, 2012, page A2
    • " . . . A U.S. Navy veteran of WWII & Korean conflict and graduate of Otterbein College, . . ."
    • Photo contributed by John Everett, CDR, USNR Retired on 16 Jun 2013
      "Attached is a photo of Les. I first met Les just after he had crash landed an F6F fighter plane. He came into the O Club at NAS Columbus with a bandage on his face. It seems that the propeller shaft on his plane sheared and he lost the propeller. We both retired from the Naval Air Reserve about the same time , I think. We retired at the Naval Air Facility at Selfridge Air Force base, now a Michigan Air National Guard bse. We were both on the Staff there, I am not sure what Les's assignment was. I was the Staff Administration Officer and I still have files of some of the personnel there. You could not find a more pleasant person than Les. I dont remember if it was mentioned on your website, One of Les's training partner's in his Operational Training in Torpedo Bombers was George H W Bush."
MOLLOY
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  • Charles A. Molloy (1921-2007)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Valley Memory Gardens - Chapel Mausoleum 2 - Outside
    • 18 Nov 2013 Marti Molloy email:
      "My name is Marti Molloy, wife of John Molloy, the son of Charles & Jean Molloy. Charles Molloy served in both the Pacific Theater and European Theater during World War II."
MONDAY
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  • Evan Monday (1909-1995) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #10376 in Sec J Lot 66-4 on 28 Jun 1995
    • "Evan Monday," obituary, unnamed paper dated 28 Jun 1995 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in World War II. . . ."
MONDS
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MONEY
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  • Alex Gene Money (1922-1967) - Kentucky, PFC 480 Engr Maint Co World War II, Purple Heart
MONFORT
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  • George Clinton Monfort (1915-1958) - Ohio Pvt 351 Base Unit AAF World War II

MONK
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  • A. C. Monk (1923-1994) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery -  Sec 27 Lot 6-2
    • "A.C. Monk," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, December 27, 1994
      " . . . He served in the Army during World War II. . . ."

 

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  • William E. Montgomery (____-1944) - PFC, US Army, Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal
    • World War II Honor Roll
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
    • "Local Casualty News During Past Week Blackest In Several Months," The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, April 26, 1945
      " . . . Died at Leyte

      "Details of the death of Pfc. William E. Montgomery, Franklin  youth who perished at Leyte last October 29, were contained in a letter received recently by the lad's father, James M. Montgomery, of Middletown, from his son's commanding officer, Capt. William P. Davis.
      Capt. Davis' letter says, in part: "In all sincerity and on behalf of his comrades and myself, may I tell you of our deep sorrow at the loss of your son, William. Letters of condolence are inadequate, but perhaps you can find some comfort in knowing of our esteem for him and in some of the details of his passing.
      " During the push of Leyte we were attacking an enemy fortified position. In crossing of the treacherous rice paddies in the area, several of his comrades were wounded. So many were injured that it was necessary to ask for volunteers to get them out. William, with his usual sympathy and courage, was one of the first to offer to help out. He was helping to carry one of the wounded when a sniper opened fire on the group.  He was wounded and passed away at once. There was nothing we could do for him except to see that he was carried back.
      "William is resting now in the Army Cemetery at Dulag, Leyte, and received a full military burial. The cemetery itself is on the palmed, balmy eastern shore of the island and overlooks the blue expanse of Leyte Gulf.
      "William was a man and a soldier. We miss him personally and find a gap in the organization difficult to fill. He was always willing, fine and courageous. I can truthfully say that he was one of the best-liked men in the company."
      "This week, Mr. Montgomery was advised by the Adjutant General's office that his son has been posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal for heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy." The award will be presented to the father.
      Pfc. Montgomery was inducted December 30, 1942. He had his basic training at Camp Wheeler, Ga., and was later assigned to the Aleutian theatre. Since last year he had been in the Pacific and participated in the Marshall Islands campaign and in several smaller engagements. He wore the Purple HEart for injuries suffered last May 14.
      Pfc. Montgomery graduated from Franklin High School in 1942 and was employed by the Maxwell Paper Company before entering the service. . . ."
    • American Battle Monuments Commission
      The World War II Honor Roll
      William E. Montgomery
      Private First Class, U.S. Army
      Service # 35680482
      17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division
      Entered the Service from: Ohio
      Died: 29-Oct-44
      Buried at: Plot H Row 5 Grave 103
      Manila American Cemetery
      Manila, Philippines
      Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster
MONTJOY
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MONTVILLE
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  • Alfred H. Montville (1915-1958) - North Carolina; PFC US Marine Corps; World War II
MOONEY
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  • Clyde A. Mooney (1912-1965) - US Army, World War II
MOORE
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  • Carl Moore (1924-1944) - PFC, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #3471 in Sec C1 Lot 47 on 12 Feb 1949
    • "PFc. Carl Moore Casualty in Asiatic Theater, Lon Allen Hurt", Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, March, 23, 1944
      "
      A Kings Mills soldier has been reported killed in action and a Waynesville Marine wounded in action according to word received this week by relatives of the men.
      The War Department Saturday notified Miss Emma Moore of Kings Mills that her brother, Pfc. Carl Moore, had been killed in action in the Asiatic war theater. A truck driver in the Quartermaster Corps, he enlisted in the service February 27, 1943.
      Pfc. Moore attended Kings Mills high school and was formerly enployed at Cline's store in Kings Mills.
      Survivors include four sisters, Emma and Frances, employes of Remington Arms, with whom he made his home; Mrs. Bethel McIntyre of Kings Mills; Mrs. Lita Mae Baker of Kentucky and a brother, Willie Moore of Mason."
    • "Military Rites for Carl Moore," Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, February 17, 1949
      "Military funeral services in charge of Veterans of Foreign Wars were held Saturday at Tufts Funeral Home in Loveland for Pfc. Carl Moore, 20, who was killed in India on Feb. 29, 1944 while serving in the Quartermaster Corps. Burial was in Mason Cemetery.
      Pfc. Moore attended Kings Mills ____ was employed at Allis-Chalmers Company at Norwood.
      Surviving are his brother and four sisters."
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  • Berney Glenn Moore (1925-2000) - US Army World War II
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  • Elmer C. Moore (1922-1973) - Ohio, PFC, US Army Air Forces, World War II

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  • Henry Ford Moore (1922-1969) - US Navy, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section C
    • "Henry F. Moore," obituary, unnamed paper dated 24 Dec 1969 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " Henry F. Moore of 357 Thompson St., Morrow died December 18 at Veterans Hospital in Cincinnati a World War II veteran, he was 47 years of age. . . ."

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  • Noah C. Moore (1914-2001) - US Army World War II

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MOORHEAD
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  • Robert G. Moorhead (1916-1982) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
MORGAN
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  • Richard A. Morgan (1925-2006) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II

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  • Samuel Morgan - Private, US Army, World War II
    • "Killed in Action, PFC Carl W. Morgan," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, July 13, 1944
      " . . . Pvt. Samuel Morgan, now stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind . . ."
MORAN
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  • Dr. Joseph Patrick Moran (1926-2010) - US Army Air Force World War II
    • Photo: Turner Funeral Homes Website
    • "Dr. Joseph Patrick Moran," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday February 18, 2010
      "...He graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1945 and at the age of 17 enlisted in the Army Air Force. Joe served as a Corporal in the Army Air Force 460th Bomb Squad 333rd B GP from February 16, 1944 to December 3, 1946 as the crew chief on a B-29 Superfortress. He was stationed in the South Pacific during World War II and served stints in Okinawa and Iwo Jima. Following his Honorable discharge from the military Joe returned to Hillsboro. ..."

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  • Robert S. Moran (1921-1995) - US Army, World War II
MORRIS
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BSM
  • Gilbert Levi Morris (1924-2009) - PFC, US Army, World War II;
    Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart

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  • Ralph Herbert Morris Jr. (1924-2009) - Corporal, US Army, World War II & Korea
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section D
      "Ralph Morris," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday October 1, 2009
      ". . . He was a US Army Veteran of both WWII and the Korean Conflict and was retired from Purina Co. in Sharonville following twenty five years of employment. . . ."
MORSE
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BSM
  • Edward Oral Morse (1917-2006) - PFC, US Army, World War II, Bronze Star Medal
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #8433 of Edward Oral Morse in Sec C2 Lot 115 on 9 May 2006
    • Photo from his 50th Wedding Anniversary contributed 5 Jun 2014 by Sue Milby
MOSBACKER
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MOSELEY
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  • Lawrence Allen Moseley (1921-1985)
MOSES
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MOSLEY
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MOUNT
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  • Vernon Mount (1920-1985) - US Navy, World War II



  • Wayland D. Mount (1906-1944) - Technical Sergeant 14th Air Force
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery [made the supreme sacrifice over China]
    • Photos courtesy of  Jeffrey Shawhan who writes,
      "I found my wife's uncle, Wayland D. Mount on your web page showing a picture of his marker in Springboro, Ohio. We were unaware there was a marker for him except for the one in Kansas City that was for his entire crew. Before her death his widow gave me all of his personal effects and medals that were sent to her by the war dept. after his passing as she knew I would take care of these items with the respect befitting this hero. I have quite a collection of Dud's effects from his training materials to his complete flight record and all the correspondence from the war department after he went missing.
      I am attaching to this mail his picture from the war dept. as well as a shadow box I made containing his medals and citation of honor signed by Hap Arnold along with the coffin flag also sent by the AAF."
    • US Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946
      Wayland D. Mount of Montgomery County, Ohio enlisted as a Private on 31 Mar 1942 in the Air Corps at Lockbourne Army Air Base Columbus.  He was a married, white male, height 71" weight 157#.  who's civil occupation was listed as Skilled mechanics and repairmen, n.e.c.  He had 2 years of college.
    • Combat Air Crew Report #8113 [from Footnote.com]
      C-47 Aircraft, Serial Number: 41-19468  piloted by Lt. Gibbs A. Montrose on "Combat Cargo" mission from A P O 627 Ist T.C.S. on 8 May 1944
      The plane was lost 33miles W. Piking (Lamping Border) - cause unknown - with the loss 2 passengers and 5 crew including Wayland Mount who was listed as the "A. Engineer"  His next of kin is listed as Mr. Gaylord C. Mount, (father), 48 Missouri Avenue, Dayton, Ohio
    • World War II Roll of Honor
    • CITATION OF HONOR
      United State Army Air Forces
      Technical Sergeant Wayland D. Mount
      who gave his life in the performance of his duty
      May 8, 1944
      He lived to bear his country's arms.  He died to save it's Honor.  He was a soldier ... and he knew a soldier's duty.  His sacrifice will help to keep aglow the flaming torch that lights our lives ... that millions yet unborn may know the priceless joy of liberty  And we who pay him homage, and revere his memory, in solemn pride rededicate ourselves to a complete fullment of the task for which he so gallantly has placed his life upon the alter of man's freedom.
      H. H. Arnold
      General U. S. Army
      Commanding General Army Air Forces

MOUNTS
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MULCAHEY
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MUELLER
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MULFORD
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  • Cedric P. Mulford (1901-1976) - PFC US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #8925 in Section H lot 27-14 on 7 Jan 1976
    • Oswald Funeral Home Records Vol 28:2
      Cedric P. Mulford; Army #35462083, Pvt 1st Class Quartermaster Sec. 1540th Service Unit; Enl. 13 Jul 42 Cin.; dis. 16 Mar 43, Ft. Thomas, Ky

MULL
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MULLEN
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  • Clarence "Jake" Mullen (1918-1995) - S1 US Navy World War II

 

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MULLETT
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  • Thomas A. Mullett (1920-2014) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #? in Sec G Lot 59 on 21 Apr 2014
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 20 Apr 2014
      " . . . A WWII US Army Air Corps veteran, he retired from Exxon Mobil in 1984 after many years as an Engineer and Project Manager. . . ."

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  • Homer E. "Moon" Mullins (1927-1980) - BM2, US Navy, World War II

 

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  • Ralph Edward Mullins (1925-1986) - Electronics Technician's Mate Petty Officer 2nd Class, US Coast Guard, World War II

 

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  • Raymond Mullins (1920-1975) - Corporal, US Army

MULLIS
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MUNCY
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  • Omer R. Muncy (1924-2003) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #8059 of Omer R. Muncy in Sec A4 Lot 405 on 27 Jun 2003
    • "Omer R. Muncy," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), June 26, 2003
MURCH
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MURPHY
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  • Rollie "R.E." Murphy (1925-2016) - US Navy, World War II
MURRAY
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MUSSELMAN
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MYERS
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  • Carl N. Myers (1926-1979) - Private, US Army, World War II
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