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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
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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


SADDLER
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SAMPLE
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  • Ed Sample (1916-2010) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio
    • Photo:  Baker-Stevens Parramore Funeral Home Website
    • "Ed Sample," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Wednesday, June 9, 2010, page C2
      " . . . He served our country during WWII in the US Army with an honorable discharge. . . . "
SAMPSON
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  • Robert P. Sampson Jr. (1927-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Sec H Lot 326
    • Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website accessed 6 Dec 2012
      " . . . Born May 4, 1927 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, Robert was the son of Robert P. (Sr.) and Sallie B. (Chesnut) Sampson and was a retired machinist from Mokrey-Tesmer, Inc. in Middletown, Ohio and a proud U.S. Army Veteran of World War II. . . ."
SAMS
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  • Alvin Millard Sams (1922-2007) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Alvin Millard Sams," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday December 13, 2007 page B2
      ". . . he served in the U.S. Army during W.W.II. . . ."

 
  • Everett Sams (1920-2011) - US Marine Corps, World War II
    • grave at Springboro Cemetery
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
    • "Everett Sams," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, May 12, 2011
      " . . . A World War II Marine Corps veteran and member of the Lebanon American Legion Post 186, Everett worked for NCR for 21 years followed by 12 years with the Warren County Engineer’s Office before retiring in 1984. . . ."
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  • Hubert Lester Sams (1919-2002) - US Army, World War II
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
    • "Hubert Sams," 2002 obituary from unnamed paper on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and retired from NCR in 1974 after 31 years of service.
      " . . . A memorial servcie will be held Friday, Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. at the Vale-Hoskins Funeral Home, Morrow. . . ."
SANDERS
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SANDERSON
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  • Myron Brown Sanderson (c1915-2010) - US Army, World War II
    • "Myron Brown Sanderson," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Sunday, March 21, 2010, page C3
      " . . . He was also an Army Veteran of WW II, and a member for 60+ years of Jefferson Lodge #90 in Middletown. . . ."
SANDLIN
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SARTIN
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SAUNDERS
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SENNE
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SERGEANT
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  • Carlos 'Jack' Sergeant (1906-1992) - Corporal, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery
    • "Carlos Sergeant," obituary, unnamed paper dated 1 Jul 1992 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a World War II Army veteran. . . ."
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  • Robert Lee Sergeant (1927-1945) - Ohio, Private 1 Marines 1 Marine Division World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery
    • "Robert L. Sergeant" unnamed newspaper dated 14 Jun 1945
      "The War Department has notified Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sergeant of South Lebanon, their son, Pvt. Robert L. Sergeant, 17, serving with the U. S. Marine Corps, was killed in action on Kyukyu Island campaign on May 22. He has three brothers in the armed forces, Sgt. Thurman Sergeant, now home on furlough who was wounded in action in the European theater of operations. Sgt. Glenn Sergeant and Cpl. Carl Sergeant are in the armed forces.
      Besides his parents and three brothers, two other brothers, Ed and Hayner of South Lebanon and several sisters survive."

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SARGENT
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  • Charles Carroll Sargent (1922-2010) - US Army World War II
    • grave at Rest Haven Memorial Park, Blue Ash, Ohio
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
      "... Charles was a proud U.S. Army World War II Veteran having served in the European Theatre and was a loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather. ..."
 
  • Donald R. Sargent (1923-1944) - PFC 1 Marines 1 Marine Div World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #6841 in Section A lot 50-3 on 24 Oct 1948 [Register of Interments says "killed in Battle of France"]
    • Photo: "PFC Donald R. Sargent Makes Supreme Sacrifice," obituary, unnamed paper dated 2 Nov 1944 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "Pfc. Donald R. Sargent, 21, son of Mrs. Josephine Sargent of 425 Cincinnati Avenue, was killed in action on October 1 while serving with the U. S. Marine Corps on Peleliu Island according to a telegram received by his mother from the War Department, Friday. . . ."
    • World War II Honor Roll - Warren County
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SARTIN
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  • Virgil Jackson Sartin (1925-2001) - Staff Sergeant US Army World War II
SATCHELL
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  • Donald G. Satchell (1920-1990) - US Army 1942-1945
SATTERFIELD
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SATTERTHWAITE
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  • Charles E. Satterthwaite (1918-1986) - MM1 US Navy World War II

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  • George V. Satterthwaite (1901-1977) - PFC US Army World War II

 
  • Richard Dening Satterthwaite (1917-2010) - US Army World War II
    • Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
      ". . . A US Army WWII decorated veteran, he served in the Warren County Sheriffs Department as a Deputy, Chief Deputy and from 1952 to 1960 as the Sheriff of Warren County. . . ."
    • Photo:  Warren County Sheriff's website
SAWYER
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  • Jack Harland Sawyer (1922-2004) - Oiler, US Merchant Marine
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  • William Howard Sawyer (1917-1998) - 1st Lieutenant US Army Air Forces World War II
SAWYERS
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SAYLOR
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SCALZULLI
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  • Melvin Scalzulli (1917-1964) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery -  Sec 17 Lot 807-1
    • "Melvin Scalzulli Rites Saturday," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, October 1, 1964.
      " . . . Mr. Scalzulli was born in Fitchburg, Mass., but had lived in Franklin since his discharge from the U. S. Army in 1946 as a World War II veteran. He was a member of Franklin's American Legion, Russell McElfresh Post 149 and of the St. Mary Church. . . ."
SCARBOROUGH
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SCEARCE
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SCHAFFER
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  • Clarence H. Schaffer (1915-1998) - REC 3 US Army, World War II
SCHEMEL
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  • Charles Henry Schemel, Sr. (1921-2010) - PFC, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Edwardsville Cemetery - Sec B Lot 128-2
      Oswald-Hoskins Funeral Home Website
      "He was a 1939 Lebanon High School graduate. A decorated US Army WWII veteran, he served in the Asiatic Pacific Theater earning the Bronze Star, the Good Conduct Medal and the Victory Medal."
SCHENCK
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SCHNEIDER
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  • Roland R. Schneider (1905-1977) - PFC US Army, World War II
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  • William Schneider (1921-2004) - Sgt US Army Air Forces World War II
SCHINNER
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  • Leo Robert Schinner (1916-1973) - Ohio, Sergeant, US Army, World War II
SCHOELLMAN
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SCHOFSTOLL
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SCHOOLEY
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SCHOONOVER
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  • Bennie L. Schoonover (1904-1961) - Ohio, PFC 1072 Guard Squadron AAF, World War II
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  • George Edward Schoonover (1919-2001) - Sgt US Marine Corps World War II
SCHOPPERT
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  • Charles Joseph Schoppert (1924-1975) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II
SCHORR
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SCHULER
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SCHULTZ
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  • Charles G. Schultz (1921-1994)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Valley Memory Gardens with Bronze Star Medal - Garden of the Apostles Row 35
    • U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 at Ancestry.com
      Name: Charles G Schultz
      Birth Year: 1921
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Ohio
      State of Residence: Ohio
      County or City: Montgomery
      Enlistment Date: 12 Sep 1942
      Enlistment State: Ohio
      Enlistment City: Cincinnati
      Grade: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Source: Enlisted Man, Regular Army, after 3 months of Discharge
      Education: 2 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Semiskilled machine shop and related occupations, n.e.c.
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 65
      Weight: 116
   
  • Geneva M. "Connie" (Conrad) Schultz (1916-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • Photo: Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home accessed 26 Oct 2012
    • "Geneva M. "Connie" Schultz, obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, October 25, 2012, page A2.
      " . . . She served her country during WW II as an Army nurse in the Pacific. . . ."
SCHUTTE
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  • Walter F. Schutte (1920-2008)
SCHWARTZ
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  • Ray Harper Schwartz (1919-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Miltonville Cemetery, Butler County, Ohio
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 21 Jun 2012
    • "Ray Harper Schwartz," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, June 28, 2012, page A2.
      " . . . Ray served in the US Army during WWII and was a member of the Lebanon VFW. . . ."
SCHWARZ
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  • Arthur E. Schwarz (1915-1980) - SFC US Navy, World War II
SCHWARZWALDER
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  • Alfred W. Schwarzwalder (c1916-2009)
    • Photo:  The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday April 30, 2009
      "served in WW II on the USS Mayo and was a member of Guth Bros. American Legion Post."
SCOFIELD
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  • Emerson Burch Scofield (1912-1975) - Staff Sergeant, Army Air Forces, World War II
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  • Hubert M. Scofield (1915-1987) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
SCOTT
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  • Arthur "Scotty" Scott (1908-1979) - US Army, World War II
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  • Everett Lee Scott (1906-1987) - US Army, World War II
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  • J. Lloyd Scott (1921-1978)
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  • Loren Francis Scott (1910-1990) - Private, US Army World War II
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  • Russell Scott Jr. (1925-1985) - S1, US Navy, World War II

 
  • Ruth Marjorie Scott (1921-1972) - Private, Womens Army Corp World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #8718 of Ruth Marjorie Scott in Sec I Lot 134-6 on 16 Oct 1972
    • David Frazier provided the following information regarding his aunt
      Maiden Name: Ruth Marjorie Harris
      Married Name When Enlisted: Ruth M Dyas
      Married Name at Death: Ruth M Scott
      Birth Year: 1921
      Enlistment Date: 17 Oct 1944
      Enlistment State: Ohio
      Enlistment City: Cincinnati
      Branch: Womens Army Corps
      Theatre: Europe
      Grade: Private
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  • Thomas Alfred Scott (1904-1974) - Corporal, US Army, World War II
SEARS
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SEELEY
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  • George H. Seeley (1929-2012) - US Army Air Corps, 82nd Airborne Screaming Eagles, World War II & Korea
    • grave at Lebanon Cemetery
    • Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 10 Nov 2012
      " . . . Born in Bushton, IL on July 29, 1929 to Robert H. & Lula (nee: Hobbs) Seeley, he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps 82nd Airborne Screaming Eagles during World War II and the Korean Conflict. Mr. Seeley retired from Roadway Express in the mid 1980’s after nearly 30 years of service. He was a lifetime member of Lebanon V.F.W., a member of Lebanon Lodge #26 F. & A.M. and the D.A.V. . . ."
SEIWERT
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  • Charles E. Seiwert (1914-1977) - Corporal, US Army World War II
SELF
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  • John Robert Self (c1921-2010) - US Army World War II
    • "John Robert Self," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday August 12, 2010
      "... He served honorably in the US Army in the infantry in Australia, New Guinea, and the Philippines during WWII. ..."
SELLERS
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SEMMLER
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SEMPSROTT
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  • Edward Fredrick Sempsrott (1920-2011) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
    • "Edward Fredrick Sempsrott," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, May 19, 2011, page B2
      " . . . Born September 30, 1920 in Springdale, OH to Charles and Elizabeth (nee: Jones) Sempsrott, he was a US Army WWII veteran . . ."
SETSER
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  • James M. Setser (1922-2010) - US Navy, World War II
    • grave at Rose Hill Burial Park, Hamilton, Ohio
    • "James M. Setser," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Thursday, February 4, 2010, page C3
      " . . . James was a veteran of the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1942 to 1945. . . ."
SEWARD
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  • William A. Seward (1922-2012) - Major, US Marine Corps, World War II
    • grave at Green Memorial Park, Connellsville, PA
    • "William A. Seward," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Sunday, September 30, 2012.
      " . . . Bill served in the United States Marines as a pilot during World War II in the Pacific, reaching the rank of Major before his discharge in February of 1946. .. ."
SEXTON
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SHANKEL
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SHARP
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  • Dr. John W. Sharp (1917-2011)
    • grave at Blanchester IOOF Cemetery
    • Photo:  Tufts Schildmeyer Family Funeral Homes Website
    • "Sharp," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, July 20, 2011, page B4
      " . . . Dr. Sharp was a WW II veteran and a 70 year Mason. . . ."
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  • Russell Sharp (1911-1983)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with World War II flagholder - Interment #8415 in Section J row 6 grave 1 on 24 Jan 1983
SHARPE
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  • Marley Lee Sharpe (1924-2011) - US Merchant Marines, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Anderson Funeral Homes Website
      " . . . He married Mary Edith Parker on July 27, 1967 and was in the Merchant Marine from 1943 to 1946. . . ."
    • "MarleySharpe," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Sunday, May 29, 2011.
      " . . . He was a life time member of the VFW and served throughout the world during his military service. . . ."
SHARTS
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SHATFORD
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SHAVER
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  • Otto Shaver (1924-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of World War II flag holder at Lebanon Cemetery- Interment #? in Sec J Lot 20-3 on 3 May 2012
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website
    • "Otto Shaver," obituary, Western Star (Lebaon, Ohio), Thursday, May 3, 2012, page A2.
      ". . . Born in Ivel, KY on July 19, 1924 to Raleigh & Joan Maude (nee: Templeton) Shaver, he was a U.S. Army World War II veteran and member of the Fairmont Baptist Church in Kettering. . . ."
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  • Paul Shaver (1926-1994) - PFC, US Army, World War II
SHAW
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  • Robert Blair Shaw (1923-2006)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #10313 of Robert Blair Shaw in Section S lot 165-2 on 27 May 2006
    • "Robert B. Shaw" The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday June 1, 2006
      "... he was a graduate of Waynesville High School, class of 1941 and a U.S.Air Force World War II veteran. ..."
SHAWHAN
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  • Lawrence G. Shawhan (1909-1989) - Lieutenant JG US Navy, World War II
SHEETS
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SHELEY
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SHELTON
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  • Forest Raymond Shelton (1912-1977) - US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Forrest Shelton, unnamed newspaper dated 12 Jan 1977
      "Shelton was a World War II Army veteran and had been a prisoner of war in Germany during the conflict"
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  • James Lawrence Shelton (1925-1996) - PFC, US Marine Corps, World War II, Purple Heart
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  • William Shelton (1920-1992) TEC 3 US Army 1941-1945 World War II
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  • Albert E. Shepherd (1921-2011) - Master Sergeant, US Army
    • grave at Deerfield Cemetery - Sec F Lot 113 C
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • "Albert E. Shepherd," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, April 28, 2011, page B2
      " . . . A proud U.S. Army Veteran of WWII and continuing as a career Army Officer for 26 years, retiring at the rank of Master Sergeant, he relocated to South Lebanon in the mid sixties and served as Village Police Chief, two terms as Major of South Lebanon, and was the Court Administrator of the Warren County Probate Juvenile Court for many years. . . . "
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  • Bige Shepherd Jr. (1923-1991) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Butler County Memorial Park, Hamilton, Ohio
      "Bige Shepherd," obituary, unnamed paper dated 5 Sep 1991 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Mr. Shepherd was a native of Perry County, Ky., and a veteran of the Army Air Corps in World War II. . . ."
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SHEPPELL
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  • William Ross Sheppell (1926-2012) - Gunners Mate 3rd Class, US Navy, World War II
    • Photo:  Tufts Schildmeyer Family Funeral Homes Website accessed 14 Mar 2013
      " . . . Bill served in the US Navy in the South Pacific theatre as a Gunnar's Mate 3rd Class on the USS Marblehead. . . ."
    • "Sheppell," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, August 26, 2012, page B8.
      " . . . Born and raised in Kearny, NJ, Bill was a naval veteran who served in the South Pacific in World War II. . . ."
SHERRITT
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SHERRON
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  • Marvin W. Sherron (1918-2009)
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery
    • Marvin W. Sherron, The Middletown (Ohio) Hospital, Saturday January 31, 2009
      "... was drafted in 1941 serving honorably in the United States Army during World War II.  He received his basic training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, earned his Staff Sergeant Stripes, and in November 1942 went to Officers Candidate School at Fort Sill, Oklahoma in Field Artillery.  He received his 2nd Lieutenant bars and was sent to Fort Lewis, Washington where he joined the 980th Filed Artillery Battalion (Long Tom 155mm guns). He arrived home on leave in September 1943 and married Margaret Ward.  He went through extensive training and was part of the historic landing on Normandy Beach "D Day plus 3". Marvin went all the way through the European Theatre receiving a Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and five Battle Stars.  After his service, Marvin was discharged from the Army in December 1945 with the rank of Captain and returned home ..."
SHERWOOD
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  • William Edwards Sherwood (1922-1958) - Ohio Capt 3500 Airbase GP AF World War II & Korea; AM & 10 OLC
SHEWMAKER
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  • Robert Leon Shewmaker (1917-1997) - PFC, US Army, World War II
SHIELDS
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SHIFFLET
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SHOCKLEY
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  • Chester F. Shockley Sr. (1926-2008) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery -  Sec 23 Lot ?
    • photo: "Chester Shockley," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, May 8, 2008, page 2.
      " . . . He was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army after serving in World War II."
      " . . . Burial was at Woodhill Cemetery ending with a 21-gun salute by the V.F.W. Post #7596 of Franklin."
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  • Donald Nathaniel Short (1920-2007) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio
    • "Donald Short," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, May 17, 2007, page A-3
      " . . . Mr. Short was an Army veteran of World War II and was a self-employed farmer. . . ."
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  • Harold V. Short (1910-1984) - T Sgt US Army, World War II
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  • Mary Leslie Short (1918 - 1986) - First Lieutenant, US Army, World War II

 
  • O. Royce Short (1925-2009)
    • grave at Rest Haven Memorial Park, Blue Ash, Ohio
    • Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday October 8, 2009
      "He served honorably in the US Marines during WWII in the Pacific from 1943-1946"
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  • Robert G. Short (1906-1991) - US Navy, World War II
    • grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens
    • "R. G. Short," obituary, unnamed paper dated 10 Apr 1991 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. . . ."
SHRACK
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SHROYER
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SHULER
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  • James B. Shuler (1924-2003) - Staff Sergeant, US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Section H Lot 59
    • "James Shuler," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), April 10, 2003
      "James "Jim" Shuler, 79, of Morrow, died Sunday, April 6, 2003.
      He was an aerial gunner while serving in the Army Air Corps . . . "
SHUMAKER
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  • John Lyle Shumaker (1899-1964) - Ohio, Private, Company A, 25 Quartermaster Training Battalion, World War II
SHUMARD
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  • James Warren Shumard Jr. (1919-2001) - US Air Force 1944-1964
SHURTS
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  • William Worlby Shurts (1909-1971) - TEC 4, US Army, World War II
SHURTZ
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SHUTTS
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SIBCY
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SIDWELL
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SIEBERT
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SIEGFRIED
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  • John Wm. "Jack" Siegfried (1910-1965)
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery with World War II flagholder
    • Photo:  The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, June 3, 1965
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  • Dr. Thomas John Siehl (1924-2013) - pilot, 4th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force, World War II
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 8 Jan 2014
      " . . .After graduating from Western Hills High School in 1942, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in November 1942 as an aviation cadet. He received his commission and wings in June 1944. He served as a pilot in the 4th Fighter Group of the Eighth Air Forceflying the P 51 Mustang. He was very proud of his service as a fighter pilot stationed in England during World War II. . . ."
SILCOX
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  • Leon Silcox (1929-2011) - US Army Air Corps, World War II & Korea
    • grave at Rose Hill Cemetery
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • "Leon Silcox," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, June 16, 2011, page B2
      " . . . He was a proud U.S. Air Force veteran of WWII and the Korea War and a 32* Mason with the E.T. Carson Masonic Lodge in Cincinnati, Ohio. . . ."

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SIMENDINGER
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  • Dr. Ray E. Simendinger (1924-1988) - AMM1, US Navy, World War II
SIMON
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  • John F. Simon (1921-2012) - World War II
    • grave at Graceland Cemetery
    • "Simon," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, November 22, 2012, page C5.
      "WWII"
SIMMONS
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  • Robert E. Simmons (1922-1945) - PFC, 99th Infantry Division, World War II
    • "Honor Roll," Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, September 16, 1943, page ten.
    • Warren County, Ohio World War II Roll of Honor
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Interred 6 Nov 1948 in Section 3 Lot 204 grave 11. Unglesby Funeral Home records indicate that he died at Hammelburg, Germany.
      Father, Verner Elliott Simmons died in 1966 leaving wife, Marie Simmons of Carlisle, Ohio, mother, Elizabeth Simmons of Columbus, Ohio and sister Reba Simmons of Manchester, Tennessee
      Mother, Marie (Balon) Simmons died in 1974 leaving no immediate relatives. Informant was a Betty Klingensmith of Wilmington, Ohio.
      Parents are also buried in Section 3 Lot 204.
    • U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Robert E Simmons
      Birth Year: 1922
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Ohio
      State of Residence: Ohio
      Enlistment Date: 28 Nov 1942
      Enlistment State: Ohio
      Enlistment City: Cincinnati
      Grade: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Office machine operators
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 71
      Weight: 135
    • “Carlisle Lad Listed As Missing in Action, Dies in Prison Camp,” Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, March 19, 1945.
      "The joy of just one week ago that came to the Verner Simmons family at Carlisle following news that their only son, Pfc. Robert e. Simmons, missing in action since December, had been officially ?ated as a German prisoner of war, turned to tragic sorrow Monday with receipt of a War Department telegram advising the parents that he had died February 15 in a prison camp.
      The War Department message last Thursday revealing his capture by the enemy, was closely followed by Monday’s telegram reporting his death. The communication stated that he died of pneumonia in a German prison camp. He had been missing in action since December 18 while in combat at the time of the German breakthrough into Belgium.
      The family’s last word from him was a Christmas card mailed December 6.
      The 22 year-old Carlisle youth graduated from high school in that community in 1941 and was employed at N.C.R. in Dayton at the time of his induction December 8, 1942. He received his training at Camp Van Dorn, Miss., Shreveport, La., and Camp Maxey, Texas, and left for overseas duty last October. For a time he was stationed in England and later saw action on the continent with the 99th Infantry Division.
      He was a member of St. Mary’s Church and the Eagles Lodge at Middletown."
SIMPSON
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  • Charles E. Simpson (1921-2014)
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery with World War II flag holder - Sec J Lot 34 [reserved]
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 8 Jul 2014
      " . . . He is a veteran in the United States Air Force serving in WWII and was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Kilwinning Lodge #356 in Cincinnati. . . ."
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  • Frank M. Simpson (1919-1993) - 1st Lieutenant, US Army, World War II

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  • Herman L. Simpson (1921-2001)
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Honor Roll," Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, September 16, 1943, page ten.
    • U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Herman L Simpson
      Birth Year: 1921
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Ohio
      State of Residence: Ohio
      Enlistment Date: 19 Aug 1942
      Enlistment State: Ohio
      Enlistment City: Cincinnati
      Grade Code: Private
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Education: 2 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Skilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 74
      Weight: 268

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  • William L. Simpson (1915-1991) - US Navy World War II
SIMS
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  • Gerald Clifton Sims Sr. (1921-2001) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
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  • William Franklin Sims (1907-1969) - Virginia; MM1 USNR World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A [listed as William A. Sims]
    • "William F. Sims Dies Thursday," oibituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, April 24, 1969
      " . . . A veteran of U. S. Nalvy service during World War II, Mr. Sims had served most of this time in the Far East and was for a time stationed in Tokyo. . . ."
SINGHOFFER
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  • John A. Singhoffer (1923-2009) - US Army World War II
    • Photo:  Wilson Schramm Spaulding Funeral Home Website
    • Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio - Entombment was on 21 Dec 2009 at Woodside Mausoleum with military honors conducted by the Middletown Combined Honor Guard
    • John A. Singhoffer, The Franklin Chronicle, Thursday December 24, 2009
      "... He served his country in the United States Army during World War II and was a member of the American Legion Post 218 and VFW #3809. ..."
SINGLETON
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  • George Sherman Singleton (1917-1997) - Corporal, US Army, World War II
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  • Roscoe J. Singleton (1926-2003) - Private, US Army, World War II
SIX
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  • Elroy H. Six (1919-1944) - PFC US Army World War II
    • "Honor Roll," Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, September 16, 1943, page ten.
    • 16 Jun 2010 email from Chaplain Jerry Norvell :
      "My Uncle Elroy Six Iived on Second Street,Franklin,Ohio..
      He served in the Army And died in France, and is buried there, His tank Was blown to pieces..
      He joined the Army In 1942.
      Service # 35662214"
    • U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Six, Elroy H
      Serial Number: 35662214
      Residence: Warren, Ohio
      Enlistment Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
      Enlistment Date: 26 September 1942
      Grade Code: Private
      Branch Alpha: Bi
      Enlistment Term: Enlistment For The Duration of The War or Other Emergency, Plus Six Months, Subject To The Discretion of The President or Otherwise According To Law
      Nativity: Ohio
      Birth Year: 1919
      Race and Citizenship: White, Citizen
      Education: Grammar School
      Marital Status: Single, with Dependents
      Army Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Box Number: 0973 Reel Number: 5.35
    • American Battle Monuments Commission
      "Elroy H. Six
      Private First Class, U.S. Army
      Service # 35662214
      121st Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron
      Entered the Service from: Ohio
      Died: 21-Sep-44
      Buried at: Plot C Row 13 Grave 44
      Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold, France
      Awards: Purple Heart
    • Warren County World War II Army and Army Air Force Casualites
    • Photo: "This Week's Casualty Lists Include Two Franklin Boys", The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday October 12, 1944
      "Two Franklin youths, Lt. Jones Charles Hopper 23 and Pfc. Elroy Six, 24, were included in casualty lists of the past week, both being listed as killed in action.
      ...
      Six, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Six, of Park Avenue, was killed in France September 21, word being received here yesterday by his parents from the War Department.
      ...
      Serving overseas since June with the 121st Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, Pfc. Six, who would have been 25 years old today, was stationed in England before moving into France. He attended Franklin High School and before entering the service in October, 1942, was employed by the Middletown Gas & Electric Service. He received his training at Camp Livingston, La., and Camp Hood, Texas.
      Signed by J. A. Ulio, Adjutant General, the telegram received by his parents yesterday read: "The Secretary of War desires me to express his deep regret that your son, Pfc. Elroy Six, was killed in action on September 21 in France. Letter follows."
      In addition to his parents, Six is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Lorene Norval, Mrs. Edna Chamberlain and Mrs. Bessie Ward, and one brother, John J. Myers."
SIZEMORE
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  • Edward Earl Sizemore (1924-2009) - Staff Sergeant, US Army, World War II; Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart & Oak Leaf Cluster
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery Burial with Military Honors was in Sec J Lot 195
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • Ed Sizemore, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 22, 2009
      "Ed was a proud U.S. Army 9th Infantry Veteran of World War II having fought in all five major battles under General Patton and was wounded twice."
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  • Elmer Sizemore (1920-2002) - US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Section G Lot 288 B
    • "Elmer Sizemore", The Middletown (Ohio) Journal [undated 2002 obituary]
      "... He was born on Sept. 13, 1920, in Lee county, Ky., the son of Hugh and Sabina (Noe) Sizemore. Mr. Sizemore was a retired truck driver with Armco. He was an avid bowler and was a proud Army veteran of World War II. ..."
   
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  • Shirley Layton Sizemore (1924-2009)
    • grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens
    • Shirley Layton Sizemore, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday February 19, 2009
      "Shirley was a veteran of World War II ..."

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SLUSHER
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  • Carl N. Slusher (1924-1982) - PFC, US Army, World War II
SKIDMORE
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  • Robert Richard Skidmore (1928-1975) - HM1 US Navy World War II
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SKINNER
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  • Leonard L. Skinner (1916-2010) - US Army World War II
    • grave at Miami Valley Memory Gardens - interment 26 Jan 2010
    • Oswald-Hoskins Funeral Home Website
      "... he was a U.S. Army World War II veteran. ..."
SLIGER
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  • James K. Sliger (c1924-2012) - World War II
    • "Sliger," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, September 19,, 2012, page C4.
      "WW II Veteran"
SLONE
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SLUSSER
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SMART
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SMIDDY
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SMITH
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  • Albert Russell Smith (1920-2010) - US Army World War II
    • grave at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Erlanger, Kentucky)
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • "Albert Russell Smith," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday September 16, 2010, p. B2 col. 6
      "... Born January 25, 1920 in Boone County, Kentucky, Albert was the son of Pete and Mammie (Thomas) Smith and was a proud U.S. Army Veteran of World War II having served in the Pacific Theatre and a recipient of the coveted Bronze Star. ..."
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  • Arthur Charles Smith (1920-2012) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 19 Jul 2012
      " . . . During WWII, Mr. Smith served in the Army Air Corps in Florida and the Panama Canal Zone. . . ."
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  • Eugene P. Smith (1924-2012) - US Army, World War II

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  • George "GK" Smith (1926-2009) - US Navy World War II
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - buried with full military honors
    • George "GK" Smith, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Tuesday October 13, 2009
      "... He was a veteran of WW II serving in the U. S. Navy and was formerly employed by Aeronca for ee yeaers and retired in 1988. ..."

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  • Harry Lee Smith (1926-2012) - US Navy, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #? in Sec J Lot 55-5 on 19 Jul 2012
    • Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website accessed 16 Jul 2012
    • "Harry Lee Smith," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, July 19, 2012, page A2.
      " . . . Harry was the son of Earl and Neta (Locke) Smith and was a proud U.S. Navy Veteran of World War II. . . ."

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  • Herschel L. Smith (1919-2010) - Capt. US Army Air Force, World War II
    • grave at Germantown Union Cemetery
    • "Herschel Smith," obituary, Springboro (Ohio) Star Press, Thursday August 12, 2010, page 2.
      " . . . Herschel was a proud veteran of World War II, serving in the Army Air Corps. as a Captain. he was in the 492 Bomb Group 859 Squadron where he flew with the "September Pops" Ber bomber. Herschel was a P.O.W. for 11 months. . . ."

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  • Herbert N. Smith (1925-1977) - PFC US Army World War II

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  • James S. Smith (1920-1997) - US Army 1943 - 1946
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery Sec F Lot 18 B
    • "James Smith," obituary, unnamed paper date 29 Jan 1997 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a World War II Army veteran and was a member of the Franklin VFW Post #7696 and a former Mason. . . ."

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  • Marvin G. Smith (____-2009) - World War II Veteran
    • Burial:  Rose Hill Cemetery

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  • Oliver Daniel Smith (1923-1998) - Staff Sergeant, US Army 1943-1945, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Oliver D. Smith," obituary, unnamed 1998 paper on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Mr. Smith served in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1943 to 1945 and earned the rank of staff sergeant. He was the recipient of the EAME Theater Ribbon, the American Theater Ribbon, Good conduct Medal and three Bronze Stars. ..."
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  • Raymond C. Smith (1922-1999) - PFC, US Army, World War II

 
  • Richard Smith (1921-2009) - US Army
    • Burial:  Hayes Cemetery
    • Photo:  Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday February 19, 2009
      "Mr. Smith was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II"
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  • Richard L. Smith (1912-2001) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
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  • Robert G. Smith 1927-2011) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Butler County Memorial Park, Hamilton, Ohio
    • Photo: "Robert G. Smith," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Monday, August 1, 2011
      " . . . He was retired from Miami Paper co. after 40 + years and he served his country in the Army during WW II. . . ."
   
  • Roscoe Smith (1920-2008) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #? in Sec I Lot 119-1 on 6 Oct 2008
    • Photo: "Roscoe Smith," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Saturday, October 4, 2008
      " . . . Roscoe was a proud US Army Veteran of WWII and was retired from Armco Steel in Middletown with thirty seven years of service. . . ."
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  • Roy J. Smith (1924-1995) - PFC, US Army Air Corps 1945-1949
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  • Ruth Louise (Covert) Smith (1917-2009) - Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
    • Ruth Louise Smith, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday, February 5, 2009
      "She was a member of the Morrow Presbyterian Church, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps from 1942-45, member of the Morrow VFW Auxiliary..."
    • Photo:  Oswald Hospkins Funeral Home
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  • Sherley M. Smith (1909-1992) - US Navy World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Sherley Smith, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Tuesday, February 11, 1992
      "A native of Hammonds, Ky., and a World War II navy veteran, ..."

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  • Steve Smith (1923-1974)

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  • William H. Smith (1915-1962) - Pennsylvania; TEC5 3920 QM Gas Sup Co 3rd Army; World War II
    • photo of tombstone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #7980 in Southwest Addition lot 668-3 on 26 Nov 1962
    • Honorable Discharge indicates that he served in the US Army from 23 Aug 1943 to 5 Jan 1946, serving at Normandy, Northern France, Rhinelan and Central Europe.  He received the Good Conduct Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal with 4 bronze stars & World War II Victory Medal

 
  • Willie Smith (1922-2006) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Mound Cemetery, Monroe, Butler County, Ohio
    • Photo: "Willie Smith," obituary, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, May 3, 2006
      " . . . He was an Army veteran of WWII and retired from West Carrollton Parchment Paper Company. . . ."
SMITTY
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SMYTH
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SNELL
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  • Howard J. Snell (1919-1997) - US Army, World War II
SNIDER
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  • Glenn Robert Snider (1927-1993) - Corporal, US Army, World War II

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  • Herbert E. Snider (c1924-1944) - Sergeant, US Army Air Force, World War II
    • U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 at Ancestry.com
      Name: Herbert E Snider
      Birth Year: 1924
      Race: White, Citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Ohio
      State of Residence: Ohio
      County or City: Franklin
      Enlistment Date: 4 Mar 1943
      Enlistment State: Kentucky
      Enlistment City: Fort Thomas Newport
      Branch: No branch assignment
      Branch Code: No branch assignment
      Grade: Private
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Source: Civil Life
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Unskilled occupations in building of aircraft, n.e.c.
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 56
      Weight: 110
    • Photo: "Sgt Herbert E. Snider," obituary, unnamed paper dated 10 Aug 1944 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "Word was received Thursday from the War Department of the death of Sgt. Herbert E. Snider, 20, which occurred on April 16. He was killed somewhere in the American area. He was a tail gunner on a B-24 Liberator bomber and was previously reported missing.
      "He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Snider, Kings Mills.
      "He was last seen at 3:15 p. m. over Trinidad Island on April 16.  . . ."
    • American Battle Monuments Commission
      Herbert E. Snider
      Sergeant, U.S. Army Air
      Forces
      Service # 35791014
      Army Air Corps
      Entered the Service from: Ohio
      Died: 16-Apr-44
      Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
      Tablets of the Missing at East Coast Memorial
      New York City, USA

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  • Dr. John William Snider (1924-2009
    • photo:  Smith & Ogle Funeral Home Website
    • Burial, Oxford (Ohio) Cemetery
    • Dr. John Snider, The Western Star, Lebanon, Thursday, February 26, 2009
      "John was a World War II veteran having served as a bombadier on B-24 Liberators flying 20 combat missions out of England and rising to the rank of Captain."

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SNODDY
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  • Flois C. Snoddy (1918-1994)
SNODGRASS
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SNOWDEN
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  • Harold E. Snowden (1922-2002) - PFC US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery which lists
      Campaigns
      Naples-Foggia . Rome-Arno . Northen France
      Ardennes . Rhineland . Central Europe
      Decorations
      EAME Theater Ribbon with 6 Bronze Stars
      Good Conduct Medal . Victory Medal
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SNYDER
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SOHN
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  • Raymond M. Sohn (c1927-2012) - World War II & Korea
    • grave at Arlington Memorial Gardens
    • Photo: "Sohn," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, March 27, 2012, page B3.
      "WW II; KOREA"
SORRELL
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SOUTH
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SOUTHERLAND
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  • Paul Southerland (1928-2013) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
SPAETH
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  • Robert L. Spaeth Sr. (____-2009) - US Army Air Corps
    • grave at Rose Hill Cemetery
    • The Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday September 16, 2009
      "(Army Air Corp - WWII Veteran)"
SPARKS
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SPEIDEL
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  • John Archer Speidel (1916-1991) - Captain, US Army Air Corps, World War II
SPELLMIRE
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SPENCER
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  • James Milton Spencer (1933-2005)
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery with World War II flagholder
    • PhotoMiddletown (Ohio) Journal, February 26, 2005
      "James served in the U.S. Army, PFC, stationed in Greenland"
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  • John W. Spencer (1918-2008) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Litton Cemetery, Oneida, Tennessee
    • John W. Spencer, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Tuesday, December 30, 2008
      "John Served in the U.S. Air Corps during World War II from 1939 to 1945"
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  • Robert S. Spencer (1922-1996) - US Air Force, World War II
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SPICER
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SPRADLIN
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SPRAY
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  • William Noah Spray (1904-1953) - Private, 8 Service Command, World War II
ST. CLAIR
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  • Jennie H. St. Clair (1868-1958) - Nurse, US Army, World War II
    aka Jennie Morris St. Clair
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #7651 in Old Section lot 86-10 on 1 Dec 1958
    • Oswald Funeral Home Records Vol 15:195
      Jennie Morris St. Clair, World War #2 Nurse
SPROAT
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  • Benjamin F. Sproat (1922-2012) - US Marine Corps, World War II and Korea
    • grave at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Benjamin F. Sproat," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Saturday, June 30, 2012, page B5.
      " . . . He served in the Marine Corps in World War II and the Korean War and in 1997 was Grand Marshall of the Springboro Memorial Day parade. . . ."
SPURLING
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STACY
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  • Chester Stacy (1919-1973) - Virginia, Private, US Army, World War II
STAHL
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  • Frederick J. Stahl (____-2009) - US Navy World War II
    • grave at West Chester Township Cemetery
STANGBY
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STANLEY
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  • Cedric A. Stanley (1913-1990) - US Army 1943-1944
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  • John Arthur Stanley (1922-1975) - Tech Sergeant, US Army, World War II
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  • Paul Richard Stanley (1920-1961) - Ohio, S1 US Navy Reserve, World War II
STANSELL
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STARKEY
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  • Walter J. Starkey (1906-1975) - Tech Sergeant, US Army, World War II
STARR
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  • Lawrence A. Starr (1915-1969)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with misplaced World War I flagholder - Interment #7494 in Section H lot 52 on 16 Dec 1969
STATON
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  • Lowell James Staton (July 23, 1920 - July 25, 2009) - US Marine Corps, World War II
    • The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday July 30, 2009
      "He enlisted in 1940 with the US 1st Marine Division, M Company, where he fought and was awarded a Presidential Unit Citation for his units performance at Guadalcanal and was discharged in 1946."
STAVIS
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  • William Stavis (1923-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
      " . . . William was also a Jehovah's Witness Minister, a proud U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and enjoyed playing horseshoes, pool and cards. . . ."
STEELE
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STEGEMOLLER
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STEGER
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STEININGER
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  • Gordon E. Steininger (1921-1986) - Corporal, US Marine Corps, World War II
STEPHENS
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  • James Stephens Jr. (1924-1959) - Ohio, PFC Svc Co 717, Tank Bn, World War II; Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart
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  • Kenneth E. Stephens (1922-1983) - Tech Sergeant, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #9468 in Sec I Lot 102-10 on 2 Aug 1983
    • "Kenneth Stephens," obituary, unnamed paper dated 3 Aug 1983 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge and served in the army during World War II. . . ."
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  • Walter F. Stephens Jr. (1928-2009) - GMSN US Navy, World War II
STEFFENS
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  • Norman William Steffens (____-2009) - World War II
STEPP
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STEVENS
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  • Harold F. Stevens (1922-2010) - Sergeant, US Army, World War II
    • "Harold F. Stevens", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday June 24, 2010
      "...A proud US Army Veteran of WWII, serving in Europe as a SGT. He received the Combat Infantry Badge and the Bronze Star.
      "...Internment was performed on Saturday, June 19, 2010 in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery, New Richmond, Ohio. ..."
STEWART
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  • Clifford Stewart (1917-1970) - Indiana, M Sgt 22 Depot Repl Sq AAF World War II
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  • Joseph Carroll Stewart (1918-2011) - US Navy, World War II
    • Photo: Brown-Dwason Funeral Home Website
    • "Joseph Carroll Stewart," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, April 21, 2011, page B2
      " . . . Joseph was a veteran of the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1944 to 1946 and was employed as an agent for Volunteer Fireman Insurance Services of Ohio. . . ."
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STIBBS
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  • Harmon Clinton Stibbs (1906-2003) - US Army 5th Armored Division, World War II
    • grave at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment ? in Sec I Lot 128-4 on 14 Oct 2003
    • "Harmon Clinton Stibbs," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, October 16, 2003, page A4.
      " . . . He also served in the U.S.Army 5th Armored Division where he participated in the Battle of the Bulge. . . ."
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  • John Stanley Stibbs (1913-1986) - 2nd Lieutenant, US Army Air Corps, World War II
STIDHAM
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ST. JOHN
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  • Paul M. St. John (1902-1991) - AMM1, US Navy, World War II
STONE
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  • Earnest W. Stone (1920-1996) - Private, US Army, World War II
STONECASH
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STOTLER
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  • William Stotler (1926-2010) - US Army World War II
    • Photo:  Tufts Schildmeyer Family Funeral Homes Website
      " . . . Bill was a member of the Maineville VFW Post 9035 and served in the US Army during WWII. . . ."
    • "Stotler," obituary, The Cincinanti Enquirer, Monday July 26, 2010, page B4
      " . . . Bill was a member of the Maineville VFW Post 9035.
      . . . Interment will be held at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Montgomery under full military honors. . . . "
STOLZENBURG
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STRATTON
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  • Lester E. Stratton (1920-1974) - TEC 4, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #8818 in Sec I Lot 121-6 on 20 Apr 1974
    • photo: "In Memorial," unnamed paper dated 24 Apr 1974 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Lester E. Stratton, son of Lloyd and Ophelia Stratton was born in Macon, Ohio, July 19, 1920 and passed on April 17, 1974 at the VFW Post in Lebanon of which he was Commander.
      " . . . He was a graduate of Eagle High School and served four years with the ARmy Engineers in Iran during World War II. . . ."
    • "Lester Stratton," obituary, unnamed paper dated 24 Apr 1974 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Stratton was commander of Lebanon VFW Post 6069, the past commander of the 4th District VFW and a member of the American Legion Post 186. . . ."
STRICKLAND
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STROUD
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  • Harold H. Stroud (1919-1970) - Ohio, TEC 3 H&S Co 853 Engrs World War II Purple Heart
STROUSE
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  • John William Strouse (1922-2007) - Staff Sergeant, US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #10462 of John William "Bill" Strouse in Sec Q Lot 64-9 on 27 Dec 2007
STROUTH
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STUBBS
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  • Walter H. Stubbs (1915-1973) - Indiana, TEC 5 US Army World War II
STUDER
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  • Edward F. Studer (1912-1971) - PFC Army Air Forces World War II
STURK
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  • Jim Sturk (c1922-2009) - US Navy World War II
    • Photo:  Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, May 12, 2009
    • Shorten and Ryan Funeral Home Website
      "Jim served his country proudly in the Pacific theater as a member of the United State Navy."
SULLIVAN
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  • Chesley Lucky Sullivan (1925-2001) - S1 US Navy, World War II
   
  • Richard J. 'Dick' Sullivan (1925-2013) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at St. Peter Cemetery, New Richmond, Clermont County, Ohio
    • Mueller Parker Funeral Home Website accessed 12 Jun 2013
      "US Army Veteran"
   

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SUMNER
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SUPINGER
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  • John W. 'Red' Supinger (1925-1986) - S1, US Navy, World War II
SURFACE
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  • Elmer R. Surface (1921-1989) - Coxswain, US Navy, World War II
SUTHERLAND
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SWARTZEL
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  • Frank Wayne Swartzel (1914-1998)
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SWEETEN
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SWENEY
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SWIGERT
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  • Charles C. Swigert (1919-1970) - Indiana, Sgt 507 Ftr Gp AAF World War II
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