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John T. MAHAN
Veteran of World War I
Address: Dickens, Texas.
Rank: Private First Class

Bill Marchbanks Bill MARCHBANKS
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Army
Rank: Sgt. 5th Army Group Duty Assignment: Med. Tech 409
Dates of Service: July 9, 1942 to October 3, 1945
Theatre of Operation: Tunisian Po Valley, North Apennines, North Africa
Source: Discharge papers book 2, page 100
Honoree is: Living, Arlington, TX
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James I. MARCHBANKS
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Army
Service Dates: July 25, 1944 to November 12, 1946
Honoree is: Deceased 7-19-1993
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James Neal Marchbanks James Neal MARCHBANKS
Branch: U.S. Air Force
Basic Training: Lackland Air Force
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K. Lyndon MARCHBANKS
Veteran World War II
Branch: U.S. Army
Military Unit: 74th Ordinance
Service Dates: July 25, 1944 to September 23, 1946
Theatre of Operation: Pacific
Honoree is: Deceased November 4, 1992
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Paul MARION
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service; U.S. Army.
Rank: Captain.
Entered Service: March 7, 1942.
Overseas: May 8, 1942.
Theatre of Operations: European.
Engagements: Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes, Central Europe.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Service Medal; European-African-Middle Eastern Theatre Service Medal with 4 Bronze Stars; American Theatre Service Medal; Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: October 2, 1945.
Discharged: Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Total Time Served: 3 years, 9 months, 24 days.

Albert Martin
Albert MARTIN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: July, 1940.
Branch of Service: U.S. Marines.
Trained on USS Mississippi (Ship).
Theatre of Operations: Iceland and Hawaii.
Rank: Sergeant.

Everett L. Martin Everett L. MARTIN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: November 6, 1941.
Branch of Service: Army Air Forces.
Trained at Hemet Army Air Field, California; Gardner Field, California; Victorville Army Air Field, California.
Overseas: July 2, 1942.
Theatre of Operations: Southwest Pacific.
Engagements: Bismarck Sea, Papuan Campaign, New Guinea.
Decorations: Silver Star; Air Medal; Oak Leaf Cluster.
Returned to U.S.: October 23, 1943.
Discharged: El Paso, Texas.
Rank: First Lieutenant.
Total Time Served: 42 months.
Remarks: Outstanding Pilot of the Bismarck Sea Battle.

Fred Collett Martin Fred Collett MARTIN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: July, 1942.
Branch of Service: Marines - Signal Corps.
Overseas: 1943.
Theatre of Operations: South Pacific.
Engagements: Marshall Islands.
Decorations: Good Conduct Medal; Marshall Islands Campaign.
Ribbon: Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: February, 1945.
Discharged: New Orleans, Louisiana.
Rank: Corporal.
Total Time Served: 3 years, 8 months.

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Wright MARTIN
Veteran World War II
Entered Service: December 23, 1944.
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy.
Decorations: American Area Service Medal; Victory Medal.
Discharged: San Pedro, California.
Rating: Seaman, First Class.
Total Time Served: 1 year, 4 months, 16 days.

Bernard MAYO
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: U.S. Army




Eldon Mayo
Eldon Buell MAYO
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Corporal
Military Unit: Svc. Co. 3cl Infantry Regmt. APO 29
Theatre of Operation: Germany Dates of Service: April 22, 1953 to April 6, 1955


Levi Meador Jr. Levi M. MEADOR, Jr.
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Technician 5
Military Unit: Btry B. 102nd AAA AW Bn
Duty Assignment: Light Truck Driver
Service Dates: April 26, 1943 to January 3, 1946
Theatre of Operation:: New Guinea, South Philippine Liberation
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theater/Philippine Liberation/ Good Conduct/WWII Victory Medal
Honoree is: Deceased 1978
Submitted by Pam Irwin

Cecil Hugh Meadors, Jr. Cecil Hugh MEADORS, Jr.
Veteran World War II
Address: Dickens, Texas.
Branch of Service: Army - Company A, 63rd Infantry, 6th Division.
Trained at Camp Roberts California.
Overseas: January 19, 1945. Theatre of Operations: Asiatic-Pacific.
Engagements: Luzon Campaign in Eastern and Northern part of the Island.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon with 1 Bronze Battle Star; Good Conduct Medal; Purple Heart; Philippine Liberation Ribbon; 1 Bronze Battle Star.
Returned to U.S.: October 17, 1945.
Discharged: March 22, 1946 at Lawson General Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia.
Rank: Private First Class.
Total Time Served: 19 months, 28 days.

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Clinton MERIDITH
Veteran of World War I
Address: Afton, Texas.
Rank: Pvt. BRS

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Veteran Walter C. MESSER
FOD: World War II
Address: Spur, Texas

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Treman MIDDLEBROOK
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: U.S. Army.
Rank: Private First Class.
Entered Service: December 22, 1944.
Overseas: May 30, 1945.
Theatre of Operations: Asiatic-Pacific.
Engagements: Luzon.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon with 1 Bronze Star; Philippine Liberation Ribbon; Good Conduct Medal; Army Occupation Medal (Japan); Victory Medal; 2 Overseas Bars.
Returned to U.S.: September 22, 1946.
Discharged: Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Total Time Served: 1 year, 10 months, 25 days.

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Eddie MIDDLETON
Branch: U.S. Army Air Corp
Rank: M/Sgt
Theatre of Operation: North Africa
Dates of Service: 1941 to 1945
Honoree is: Deceased, 3-24-1988

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Veteran Gordon R. MILLER
KIA World War II
Address: Spur, Texas

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Willie MILLER
Veteran of World War I
Address: Dickens, Texas
Rank: Private

John H. Montgomery John H. MONTGOMERY
Veteran World War II
Branch, U.S. Army Air Corps
Rank: Staff Sergeant
Military Unit: 354th Fighter Group, 9th Air Force
Theatre of Operation: Normandy, Northern France, Adennes, Rhineland, Austria
Dates of Service: October 20, 1942 to November 20, 1945
Decorations: EAME Campaign Medal with 6 bronze stars, distinguished unit badge, Victory ribbon
Honoree is currently: Living, Spur, Texas

John Haden MooreJohn Haden MOORE
Branch: U.S. Army
Rank: PFC
Dates of Service: 11-29-1948 to 12-6-1949
Called back to duty 10-15-1950 to 10-18-1951 Reserves until 3-31-1955
Training at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas, Ft. Bliss, El Paso, TX, Ft. Sam Houston, TX. Participated in Operation Southern Pine and 4th Army basketball tournament.
Miltary Unit: Headquarters Battery, 35th AAA Brigade, 321st Army Medical Depot

D.P. Morgan Jr.


D.P. MORGAN Jr.
Veteran Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Air Force (Retired)
Rank: Col. Theatre of Operation: Germany Commendations: Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross
Honoree is: Deceased, October 20, 1992
Submitted by Winnie Miller

Robert M. Morgan Robert M. MORGAN
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: Army.
Rank: First Lieutenant.
Entered Service: June 10, 1943.
Trained at Camp Toccoa, Georgia; Camp Mackall, North Carolina; Camp Forrest, Tennessee.
Overseas: May 17, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: Mtousa and Etousa.
Engagements: Rome-Arno, Southern France (Parachute Landing), Ardennes, Rhineland, Central Europe.
Decorations: Battlefield Commission; Bronze Star Medal; Purple Heart; Oak Leaf Cluster; 5 Battle Stars; 1 Arrowhead; Combat Infantry Badge.
Returned to U.S.: August 22, 1945.
Discharged: Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Total Time Served: 30 months.

Herschel John MORRIS
Veteran World War II / Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Master Sergeant
Entered Service: December 25, 1941
Theatre of Operation: Pacific Campaign
Training: Airborne School in Fort Benning, GA
Duty Assignment: Jump Master
Decorations: 3 Bronze Stars; Airborne Jumpmaster Wings; Korean Combat Medal; Merit Unit Commendation; Korean and Japanese Service Medals.
Honoree is: Living in Phoenix City, Alabama
Submitted by: Royce Morris, son

J.B. Morrow Jay Bee MORROW
Veteran of World War I
Address: Spur, Texas
Entered Service: September 21, 1917.
Branch of Service: Army - 36th Division, 26th Division and Infantry, 2nd Division.
Overseas: July 17, 1918.
Theatre of Operations: France.
Engagements: St. Mihiel, Blanco, Mont Ridge, Argonne Forest.
Decorations: Purple Heart
Returned to U.S.: May 26, 1919.
Discharged: Mitchell Field, Long Island, New York.
Rank: Private.
Total Time Served: 20 months, 13 days.

W. W. Morrow


W. W. MORROW
Veteran World War II
Branch of Service: Navy.
Rating: Seaman, First Class.
Entered Service: August 11, 1943.
Trained at Lake City, Florida; Memphis, Tennessee; St. Louis, Missouri.
Overseas: September 2, 1945.
Theatre of Operations: Pacific.
Returned to U.S.: June, 1946.
Discharged: San Pedro, California.
Total Time Served: 34 months.

Lewis Ray MULLINS
Veteran Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Air Force
Rank: Airman 2nd Class
Service Dates: April 2, 1951 to October 12, 1953
Theater: Korea
Military Unit Designation: 5th Comm. 934th Signal Battalion
Honoree is: Deceased
Burial: Dickens Cemetery

Earl Alexander Murchison Earl Alexander MURCHINSON
Veteran World War II
Address: Dickens, Texas.
Entered Service: April 20, 1943.
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy.
Trained at Camp Peary, Virginia; Camp Endicott, Rhode Island; Gulfport, Mississippi.
Overseas: February 24, 1944.
Theatre of Operations: Pacific.
Decorations: Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon; Victory Medal.
Returned to U.S.: October 30, 1945.
Discharged: Terminal Island, California.
Rating: Machinist's Mate First Class.
Honoree is: Deceased, Nov. 24, 1964
Submitted by: Lotella Murchinson, wife

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John Lee MURCHISON
Veteran of World War I
Address: Dickens, Texas
Rank: Private


Garlin MURPHY
Branch of Service: U.S. Air Force
Rank: Sergeant
Service Dates: May 4, 1942 to 1945
Training: Ft. Sill, Lawton, OK; Wright Field, Ohio
Theatre of Operation: Stateside
Discharged at Indianapolis, Indiana

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George S. MURPHY
Veteran: Korea

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Kenneth D. MURPHY
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy
Rank: Seaman 1st Class
Service Dates: February 1945 to July 1946
Theater of Operation: Pacific Marianas Islands
Submitted by Kerry and Wanzella Murphy

Kerry W. MURPHY
Veteran Korea
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Rank: Seaman First Class
Service Dates: July 1948 to July 1949 & February 1951 to February 1954
Theatre of Operation: Korea
Military Unit: 3rd Inf. Division
Honoree is: Living [kerryw@shipleysystems.com]
Submitted by Kerry and Wanzella Murphy

Lee MURPHY
Veteran World War II
Submitted by Kerry & Wanzella Murphy

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Leo C. MURPHY
Veteran of World War I
Address: Dickens, Texas
Rank: Private

John Thomas MURPHY
Veteran World War I
Rank: Private



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