Men and Women who served their Country
In the Armed Services in World War II

This book was put together by the American Legion Post at Clarksville, Texas, John T. Felts, Post Commander. There is no date or publisher listed. The following dedication is listed.

TO THE VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II:

This book has been dedicated to those men and woman who lost their lives in the second World War, and is it also intended to be a lasting record of the services of those men and women from Red River County who have served their country during this greatest of all wars. All who took part have made many sacrifices in order that our way of life may be preserved.

Note: While every effort was made at the to make this a complete record, some have been left out. I find that the entries are not entirely alphabetical, so if you don't find someone, look at a few pages before and after.

Thanks to Jim Giddens for allowing me to use his copy of the book for copying.

Abernathy-Adams
Adrain-Allen
Allen-Anderson
Anderson
Armstrong-Baird
Baird-Barnett
Bartley-Beaty
Beaty-Betterton
Bettis-Blankinship
Blanton-Booker
Booker-Bowden
Bowers-Brackett
Brackett-Brem
Bridges-Brooks
Brown-Bryson
Bumgarner-Burkett
Burnett-Cagle
Cagle-Caldwell
Caldwell-Caudle
Cavines-Cheyne
Cheyne-Clack
Clark-Coggins
Coker-Compton
Compton-Conyers
Conyers-Cox
Cox-Craddock
Craddock-Cunningham
Curlee-Davis
Davis-Davis
Dillow-Duncan
Duncan-Early
East-Enox
Emery-Epps
Evans-Felts
Ferguson-Floyd
Fogelman-Foster
Fowler-Franklin
Free-Fuller
Fuller-Gardner
Gorman-Greer
Geers-Giddens
Giddens-Gist
Gist-Gortney
Grant-Greer
Griffin-Gullion
Gullion-Hall
Holton-Eudy
Harmening-Harrison
Hawkins-Hayes
Hayes-Hemmingway
Henderson-Hill
Hill-Holster
Holland-House
Howe-Hooser
Hubbard-Humphrey
Humphrey-Isbell
Isbell-Jackson
Jackson-Jean
Perrin-Johnson
Johnson-Jones
Jones-Kelly
Kelley-Kidd
Kidwell-King
King-Lawrence
Lawson-Lee
Lee-Lipe
Loftin-Lowry
Lum-Marable
Marable-Martin
Martin-Mauldin
Mauldin-Mays
McAllister-McCrury
McCrury-McCoy
McCoy-McKinney
McKinney-Meals
Medford-Miller
Miller-Mentor
Mentor-Moore
Moore-Montgomery
Montgomery-Moss
Mowery-Nailling
Nailling-Nicholas
Nichols-Nugent
O'Dell-Pace
Pace-Patterson
Patterson-Peek
Peek-Pendergrass
Peterson-Phelps
Phillips-Pirkey
Pirtle-Porterfield
Potter-Presley
Prewitt-Pryor
Puckett-Raglin
Raglin-Rater
Raulston-Roberts
Roberts-Rogers
Rogers-Rice
Rice-Rose
Russell-Sauls
Sauls-Shelby
Shelton-Sheppard
Shows-Sinclair
Sivley-Smallwood
Smiley-Sneed
Somerville-Stafford
Stanphill-Stewart
Stiles-Stroud
Stroud-Sumball
Summers-Taylor
Taylor-Thedford
Thomas-Thornton
Tipping-Travillion
Trent-Tull
Tyer-Ussery
Vancill-Varner
Varner-Vickers
Ward-Watkins
Watkins-Weese
Wilson-Wooley
Wooten-York
Whiteman-Williams
Williams-Wilson
Weese-Westbrook
Westbrook-Whiteman
Vickers-Wall
Wallace-Ward
Zeliff

The colored soldiers are listed in the next section. Again, there is a notation that although an effort was made to obtain all the names, they are not complete.

Aikin-Cary
Conley-Edwards
Edwards-Hearn
Nunley-Robins
Liggins-Nelson
Hearns-Jones
Robinson-Taylor
Taylor-Haynes

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