World War II - Gold Star Names

provided by Robert B. Wolford

There are plaques in the hallway of the County Courthouse listing those who served in World War Two. Those who gave their life are noted in Gold.

Hampshire County researcher Robert B. Wolford provided this list of Gold Star names from World War II:

  • Willard Alkire
  • Edward W. Allender
  • Eston W. Ayers
  • Harley R. Bohrer
  • Ervin Boyer
  • Lester W. Boyer
  • Cecil A. Carder
  • Donald M. Cookman
  • Garland B. Combs
  • Russell Cox
  • Hilton L. Davey
  • Sterling Davis
  • William C. Doman
  • Russell Duckworth
  • John B. Durst
  • Wallace C. Grapes
  • Marvin L. Graham
  • Denzil T. Haines
  • Harry F. Haines
  • Paul P. Harmison
  • Harold Keister
  • William F. Kuykendall
  • William A. Largent
  • James W. Maphis
  • Maurice O. Michael
  • Jesse A. Miller
  • Helzel McBride
  • Junius Newhouse
  • Roy J. Oats
  • Virgil V. Parks
  • William F. Pownall
  • Clifton R. Ricewick
  • Carl Rinker
  • Harry Rinker
  • Oscar Rowzee, Jr.
  • Oliver C. Saville
  • William Flourney Shank
  • William Shumaker
  • James O. Simon
  • Theodore R. Smith
  • Garland E. Sulser
  • Jack Sword
  • James I. Taylor
  • Kenneth M. Taylor
  • Eugene W. Tharp
  • Millard Timbrook
  • James Walker
  • Charles T. Whiteman

The following men have been identified in their obituaries as having served in World War II.

  • William E. Anderson
  • Cecil W. Brown
  • Clarence M. Ely, jr.
  • Leo Hook
  • Max Oates
  • Ucal Shade
  • Kenneth J. Simmons
  • Melvin A. Sirbaugh
  • Eskridge V. Yost

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