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H.L. HOAGLAND
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Unit Designation: Medical Corps
Dates of Service: December 9, 1941 to November 1, 1945
Theatre of Operation: Okinawa, Siapan
Honoree is: Deceased September 11, 1995, VA Hosp in Amarillo, TX
Submitted by: Elmyra Greenwood, sister

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Alvin LaValle HOBSON
Veteran Korea
Branch: U.S. Army
Theatre of Operation: Korea
Honoree is: Deceased, September 1986
Submitted by Mildred Middleton, Sister

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Ira Charles HOBSON
Veteran World War I
Address: Spur, Texas.
Entered Service: September 1, 1918.
Branch of Service: Army.
Trained at Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida.
Discharged: January 11, 1919 at Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida.
Total Time Served: 5 months, 11 days.

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Carl P. HOGAN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: April 26, 1943.
Branch of Service: Army.
Overseas: August 11, 1943.
Decorations: American Theatre ribbon; Good Conduct Medal; Victory Medal; 1 Overseas Bar.
Returned to U.S.: July 12, 1944.
Discharged: Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Rank: Corporal.
Total Time Served: 2 years, 10 months, 26 days.

Jack N. Hogan Jack N. HOGAN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: January 28, 1944.
Branch of Service: U.S. Naval Reserve.
Trained at San Diego, California; Lawrence, Kansas.
Overseas: August 22, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: Asiatic-Pacific.
Engagements: Okinawa and Iwo Jima.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; 2 Stars; American Area Service Medal; Philippine Liberation Ribbon; Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: December 1, 1945.
Discharged: San Pedro, California.
Rating: Electrician's Mate Second Class.
Total Time Served: 27 months, 17 days.

Mark M. Hogan Mark M. HOGAN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: August 14, 1939.
Branch: Navy.
Trained at Naval Training Station, San Diego, California.
Stationed at Manila in Asiatic Fleet (Pre-War).
Theatre of Operations: South Pacific; Asiatic-Pacific; North Pacific.
Engagements: Battle of Java Sea, Attack on Philippines, Battle of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Netherlands, Indies
Decorations: Good Conduct Medal; Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; American Defense Service Medal; Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: December 14, 1942.
Discharged: U.S. Naval Station, San Diego, California.
Rating: Gunner's Mate First Class.
Total Time Served: 96 months.
Present Occupation: Mechanic (Self-Employed).
Remarks: Served on USS Louisville, USS Camopus, USS S-37, USS Mero, USS Diadon and USS Menhaden.

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Oscar HOLCOMB
Veteran World War I
Address; Afton, Texas
Rank: Private First Class

Calvin B. HOLLOWAY
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Private First Class.
Military Unit: 11th Airborn Parachute Infantry Regiments.
Overseas: August 16, 1945.
Theatre of Operations: Asiatic-Pacific.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; Good Conduct Medal; Japan Occupational Medal; Victory Medal; 1 Overseas Service Bar.
Returned to U.S.: June 20, 1946.
Discharged: Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Parents: William and Bera Holloway, Dry Lake Community Total Time Served: 1 year, 6 months, 25 days.
Deceased in Winters, TX around 1990
Submitted by: Mozelle Thomas

Bryant Holloway Veteran Harvey Bryant HOLLOWAY
KIA World War II
Address: Spur, Texas

Bill Holloway

William A. HOLLOWAY   "Bill"
Veteran World War I
Branch: U.S. Army
Military Unit: Co. G 143rd Infantry 36th Division
Served in France 1918-1919
Lived in Dickens Co. 1913 to 1954
Born: August 11, 1895
Submitted by: Mozelle Thomas

William Doyle HOLLOWAY
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Army
Rank: Pfc
Enlisted: March 23, 1942
Military Unit: 9th Training Regiment Inf.
Born in Dickens County
Volunteered while in Spur High School
Honoree is currently: Deceased, December 30, 1990
Submitted by Mozelle Thomas

Curtis R. Holly Curtis R. HOLLY
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: October 5, 1939.
Branch of Service: Air Corps.
Trained at March Field, California.
Overseas: October 27, 1942.
Theatre of Operations: Central Pacific.
Engagements: Mandates and Central Pacific.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; American Defense Service Medal.
Returned to U.S.: September 25, 1945.
Discharged: Fort Bliss, Texas.
Rank: Sergeant.
Total Time Served: 70 months.

Derryl Wayne HOLLY
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: PFC
Duty Assignment: Mail Clerk
Honoree is: Living Dickens, TX
H.S. Holly
Harvey Stephens HOLLY
Veteran World War I
Address: Dickens, Texas
Entered Service: June 25, 1918.
Branch of Service: Infantry.
Trained at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas; Camp Wheeler, Georgia; Camp Long Island, New York.
Overseas: October 27, 1918.
Theatre of Operations: England, France and Germany.
Engagements: France.
Returned to U.S.: January 25, 1919.
Discharged: February 14, 1919 at Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas
Rank: Private
Total Time Served: 7 months.

Richard L. Holly Richard Lloyd HOLLY
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: March 1, 1946.
Branch of Service: Army.
Discharged: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland,
Rank: Private First Class.
Military Unit: Military Police Total Time Served: 18 months.
Honoree is: Living, Gravette, AR

Richard Lloyd HOLLY, Jr.
Veteran Vietnam
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Sgt E-5
Military Unit: Signal Corp
Theatre of Operation: Vietnam and Germany
Honoree is: Living, Olivenhain, CA

V.O. Holly Voda Odell HOLLY
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: January 7, 1944.
Branch of Service: Navy.
Trained at San Diego, California.
Theatre of Operations: United States.
Discharged: San Diego, California.
Rating: Apprentice Seaman.
Total Time Served: 40 days.

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Andrew G. HOOK
Veteran of World War I
Address: Afton, Texas.
Rank: Private First Class



Billy E. HOOVER
Veteran Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: PFC
Military Unit: 3rd Army
Service Dates: 1952 to 1954
Theatre of Location: Korea
Honoree is: Deceased 2008

Travis B. HOOVER
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Army
Rank: Sgt. Military Unit: 3014 Engr. Maint. Co.
Dates of Service: January 27, 1942 to November 29, 1945
Job Description: Welder 266
Theatre of Operations: New Guinea, Luzon, Pacific
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theater, Philippine Liberation, Good Conduct, Victory Medal
Source: Discharge papers book 2, page 241
Honoree is: Deceased, August 31, 2001, buried Spur Cemetery
Submitted by Stacy Campbell, daughter

Paul HOTCHCO
Veteran World War I
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Private First Class
Service Dates: September 27, 1918 to July 8, 1919
Submitted by Vicki Sawyers

James sanford Howton James Sanford HOWTON
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: September 29, 1942.
Branch of Service: Army - Combat Engineers.
Trained at Camp Barkeley, Texas; Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Camp Phillips, Kansas.
Overseas: August 6, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: European.
Engagements: Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland, Central Europe.
Decorations: Victory Medal; Purple Heart; French Croix De Guerre with Bronze Star; Good Conduct Medal; 4 Battle Stars.
Returned to U.S.: November 29, 1945.
Discharged: Camp Chaffee, Arkansas.
Rank: Private First Class.
Total Time Served: 3 years, 2 months, 22 days.

James R. Hudson James R. HUDSON
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: September 3, 1942.
Branch of Service: U.S. Army.
Overseas: February 1, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: European.
Engagements: Rhineland, Rome-Arno, Po Valley, Southern France, Northern France.
Decorations: European-African-Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon with 8 Bronze Stars; Good Conduct Medal; Distinguished Unit Badge.
Returned to U.S.: September 30, 1945.
Discharged: Camp Fannin, Texas.
Rank: Corporal.
Total Time Served: 3 years, 1 months, 7 days.

Horace Tom Hughes Horace Tom HUGHES
Veteran Korea
Attended: Patton Spring High School
Date of Enlistment: September 6, 1961
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Training: Ft. Carson, CO;



Sinclair Lewis HUGHES
Branch of Service: U.S.Navy
Service Dates: October 16, 1952 to May 1, 1954
Served 30 months aboard the USS Jason off Korea
Commendations: National Defense Service Medal/United Nations Service
Medal/Korean Service Ribbon/Navy Occupation Service Medal
Honoree is: Deceased, April 3, 1996, Buried Afton Cemetery



Henry David HULL
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Navy
Rank: Torpedoman, 3rd class
Dates of Service: 1943 - 1946
Theatre of Operation: Hawaii, Kaneohe Naval Air Base, Served on P.T. Boat
Honoree is: Deceased July 6, 1999
Submitted by Shirley Hull

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George C. HUMPHREYS
Veteran of World War I
Address: Guthrie, Texas.
Rank: Private



James O'Neill HUMPHREYS   "Jimbo"
Branch: Army National Guard
Rank: E-4
Dates of Service: 1972 through 1978
Honoree is: Living, Dickens, TX

Clifford B. Hunter Clifford B. HUNTER
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: January 29, 1943.
Branch of Service: Army Air Force.
Trained at Fort Benning, Georgia; Kelly Field, Texas; Bruce Field, Texas; Goodfellow Field, Texas; Pampa Army Air Field, Texas.
Overseas: December 9, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: China-Burma-India.
Engagements: Central Burma and India Burma.
Returned to U.S.: December 2, 1945.
Discharged: Maxwell Field, Alabama.
Rank: First Lieutenant.
Total Time Served: 17 months.

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William M. HUNTER, Jr.,
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: February 6, 1942.
Branch of Service: Army Air Corps.
Trained at Lubbock Field, Lubbock, Texas; Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Sheppard Field, Texas; Wichita Falls, Texas.
Discharged: Sheppard Field, Texas.
Rank: Technical Sergeant.
Total Time Served: 45 months, 10 days.

Andy Hurst Andy HURST, Jr.
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: December 20, 1941.
Branch of Service: U.S. Air Force.
Trained at Sheppard Field, Texas; Kelly Field, Texas; Harmon Flying School, Texas; Brady Flying School, Texas; Randolph Field, Texas; Lubbock Field, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Great Bend, Kansas; March Field, California; Memphis, Tennessee.
Discharged: San Antonio Replacement Center, Texas.
Rank: Captain; Pilot
Total Time Served: 54 months.
Honoree is: Living, Lubbock, TX

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Elbert L. HURST
Veteran of World War I
Address: Spur, Texas.
Rank; F Third Class

Leon J. Hurst Leon James HURST
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: January 8, 1945.
Branch of Service: Navy.
Trained at San Diego, California.
Overseas: April 17, 1945.
Theatre of Operations: Pacific.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; American Theatre Ribbon; Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: December 23, 1945.
Discharged: Camp Wallace, Texas.
Rating: Fireman, First Class.
Total Time Served: 14 months.
Honoree is: Deceased

Marion Clinton HURST  "Red"
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: May 29, 1945.
Branch of Service: Army.
Decorations: Victory Medal.
Military Unit: Co. C, 130 Bn, 81 Regt. (Mail Clerk); Co. B, 2nd Platoon, 173rd Infantry (Supply Clerk)
Discharged: Fort Bliss, Texas, February 24, 1946.
Rank: Private.
Total Time Served: 8 months, 26 days.
Honoree is: Deceased, March 22, 2002
Submitted by Kathy Hurst White and Leslie Hurst





B.A. HYATT
Veteran Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: SP3
Service Dates: December 6, 1954 to December 6, 1956
Location Served: Washington D.C.
Military Unit: Army Anti-Aircraft Artillery
Duty Assignment: Served as Radar operator in Washington, Baltimore Defense Zone and also as Battery Carpenter
Honoree is: Living, Lubbock, Texas

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Veteran Benjamin Garner Hyatt
KIA World War II
Address: Spur, Texas

Billy Brad HYATT
Branch: U.S. Navy Military Unit: SN, USS Nereus (AS17)
Dates of Service: May 1, 1961 to April 25, 1963
Source: Discharge papers book 3, page
Photo courtesy of Susie Laster, sister

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Jesse A. HYATT
Veteran Korea
Attended: Dickens High School
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Sargent
Dates of Service: Jan. 19, 1951 to Oct 19, 1952 Military Unit: 92nd Armored Field Artillery
Honoree is: Living, Andrews, TX

Lawson Hyatt Lawson J. HYATT
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy
Dates of Service: October 28, 1940 thru 1946
Trained at San Diego, CA Naval Base
Transferred to Submarine Base, Hawaii
Was on USS Trout submarine during Pearl Harbor attack and was involved in the removal of Gold from Corrigador, Philippine Isalnds.
Commendations: Silver Star
Served in Austrailia and Panamal Canal Zone
Honoree is living in California.




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