Veterans of Dickens County
History Will Remember The Wars...Dickens County REMEMBERS Our Veterans.
Whatever we were in that frozen long ago and whatever we are now; we are bound as one for life in an exclusive fraternity of honor. The only way into our ranks is to have paid the dues of duty, sacrifice and valor by being there. The cost of joining, in short, is beyond all earthly wealth.
In Gratitude this page dedicated to the
Dickens County Veterans who died for their country; we remember with pride, honor, but most of all gratitude.
.... Eternal Band of Brothers
The colors are those of the United States of America.
The gold star represents the loyalty and dedication that all of our
honorable Veterans possess and the singleness of purpose shared by all branches
of our military.
CIVIL WAR RECORDS
To those of you wear the uniform of your country today, and for those of you who wore the uniform in days past; you gave of yourself, to protect and keep our way of life free.
Some came home, some never did. Some live in our memories, some in our tears. Please accept this small token of our admiration and pride for what you are doing or have done in your sacrifice for Our America.
V.F.W. Spur, Texas
WORLD WAR I 1917-1918
WORLD WAR II 1941-1945
KOREAN WAR 1950-1953
VIETNAM WAR 1961-1973
©Dickens County Historical Commission 1997-2012
Dickens County TXGenWeb Project
Webmaster Linda Fox Hughes
"Proud Family Member of a
Army Vietnam Veteran
and Marine Iraq Veteran "