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Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll

 
 
Full View - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, October 1, 2011
1. Full View - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
Inscription.
Dedicated to the Heroes of Vanderburgh
County of World War II


( Panel - - One )

( Row One )

Hans Aabel • Pascal Abney • James Ambler • Leroy R. Angel • Jesse Leo Appel • John L. Bailey • Newell R. Bailey • James R. Bain • Robert H. Bank • John E. Barnes • Ralph W. Barr • Charles Gartle • Rozell Bass • Wyman Bates • Herbert J. Bayer • Joseph D. Bays • Chas. Becker, Jr. • C. A. Benjamin • James Bennett • Don W. Berry • Leonard Bettag • John W. Beyers • Bobbie Bilderback • Elmer Bischmann • Edward Blackwell • Michael P. Blair • Noble T. Blanely • Leslie Blanford • Cleo R. Bledsoe

( Row Two )

Clemend Blomer • Edgar Bolin • Shelby Bonham • Billy Boren • Cecil W. Boyd • Tommy J. Brack • Thomas Brady, Jr. • Orville S. Braun • Thomas M. Briles • Wesley Brinkley • Wm. L. Brinkley, jr. • William O. Brite • Orion H. Brooks • Austin U. Brown • Grover Brown, Jr. • Lucious R. Brown • Stewart A. Brown • Albert R. Bruner • Twyman Bucy • Simon A. Bugg • Curtis E. Burger • Wm. T. Butts, Jr. • Thomas Caldwell • Robert J. Byard • Lester Campbell • Revis L. Cannon • Earl A. Carr • Marion Carroll • Wesley Carter

( Row Three )

Carl C. Case • Uless Chanley • Collins Clyburn • John Wm. Cobb • Clarence Coburn • Edward T. Cook • Elliott Corey • Henry A. Crane • Hilman
Panel One - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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2. Panel One - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
Crews • Val J. Crofts • Thomas Culver • Chas. Cutsinger • Ralph C. Dages • Charles Daniels • Charles Dassel • Earl L. Davis • Owen Davis, Jr. • Noflet Deshields • Marvin Dewitt • J. Bernard Diehl • Albert F. Dippel • Joseph H. Dippel • Jack Z. Doriot, Jr. • Barnett Dockery • Neal N. Doughty • Orleen Downing • Perry T. Downey • Arthur Duggins • Charles Dunkin

(Names Added) - - Alvin Eades • Aloysius Effinger • Yearby M. Ashby

( Panel - - Two )

( Row One )

Frank Egan • Harold Elfreich • Francis Ellis • Byron Engert • Harold Erkman • Lawton Erwin • Clifford Esmeier • Donald Estes • Russ Feuerbach • Cecil Finney • Joseph Flynn • Geo. Fulkerson • Donald Gann • Alfred Gardner • Revis Garrett • Leonard Gentry • Marvin Gentry • Nobel Gentry, Jr. • Joseph Gerard • Charles Gibson • Thoms. Givens, Jr. • Milton Gleason • Leo. Georges • Dossie Goff • Ora J. Goodman • Edward Graff • Walter Grefe • Arch Gregg, Jr. • Rufus Griffin

( Row Two )

E. E. Grimm • C. Grimmeissen, Jr. • Jerald Grindle • Vernon Groben • Prentice Grubb, Jr. • Wm. Guetling • Jos. Gulledge • Edward Gunn • Warren Haag • Meredith Hale • George Hamman • Oliver Hammond • Lawrence Hamner • James Hampton • Thomas Harkins • Robert Hartlein • G. C. Hasselbrinck • Russel Hay • Ray Hayhurst • Joseph Head • Robert H. Head • Ted Hedderich • Robert Heneisen • Thomas Hess
Panel Two - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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3. Panel Two - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
• Albert Hester • Robert Hicks • Jos. Hillenbrand • Harry Hinton • George Hodge

( Row Tree )

Chas. Hofmann • Wm. Horseman • W. P. Hottenstein • Clinton Howard • Dewey Howard • Ed. D. Howerton • James Huff • Kenneth Huffman • Wm. Huffman, Jr. • Joseph Hummel • James Humphrey • Dennis Jackson • Paul Johnson • Roy Johnson • George Jones, Jr. • John Joseph • Lester Joseph • Robert Jourdan • R. A. Kalkware • William Kempf • Harold Kincaid • John Kinnamon • Thomas Kirby • Burl Kishline • Andrew Klone • Hardin Koffitz • Eugene Koressel • Paul Korff • Karl Kornblum

(Names Added) - - James Krausen • Wm. A. Kreider • C. T. Chamberlain

( Panel Three )

( Row One )

Emerson Krepps • Hoesli Labhart • Arlie Landers • J. La Tremouille • Lewis Latture • Clement Laugel • Peter Lawson • Paul M. Lee • Peter Lenges • Chas. Lilienkamp • Bryan Linegar, Jr. • Leonard Logel • Raymond Lovan • Jas. Lutterbach • Wm. G. Luttrull • Guy Lyon • Wm. MacGregor • Walter Malzahn • Charles Mann • James Marshall • Edwin Martin • George Martin • Dale Mattix • Ernest Maulding • Willard D. May • Marion Meeks • Jack Melton • David Michlowitz • George W. Miller

( Row Two )

Robert Miller • Elmer Mincy • Wm. Moehlenkamp • Chas. Monarch • Charles Morris • Lacy Morris • William Morse • Thomas Mosby • Jack Moser • C. W. Mossberger • James
Panel Three - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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4. Panel Three - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
R. Mudd • Arnold Mueller • A. C. Muensterman • R. P. Muensterman • Ancel Mullen • Clifford Murphy • John McConnell • G. T. McCutchan • Leland McDonald • Leroy McGown • A. S. McReynolds • Herb. Neighbors • Chas. Nuetzel • Charles Neville • Francis Niemeier • Galen Noe • Clemens Noldau • Bobby R. Nolen • Bernard O’Nan

( Row Three )

Victor H. Orr • George Osborne • W. A. Ossenberg, Jr. • Louis Overdeer • Claude Owens • Herbert Padgett • Melvin Padgett • Gilbert Palmer • Raymond Palmer • A. F. Parkhurst • Floyd E. Parks • Robert Peck • Kenneth Perry • Murray Phillips • Otis Phillips • Harold Pierce • Robert Pinkston • O. J. Poindexter • Marvin Powell • Harry Proctor • Raymond Pyle • J. E. Raftery, Jr. • Harry Ragon • William H. Rankin • - - - - - - • Winford W. Ray • - - - - - • Faye Reeves • Robert Reich

(Names Added) - - Melvin Reiter • Fred. Relleke • Donald T. Drago

( Panel Four )

( Row One )

Earl Rheinhardt • Raymond Rhew • William Rhew, Jr. • John A. Rich • Edward Richter • Robert Riggins • Harry Ritter, Jr. • George Ritzel • Chas. Robinson • John Robinson • John Rodgers • Thomas Rodgers • Roland Rodrian • Cornelius Rogge • Conrad Rose • Travis Rothkoff • R. J. Rupprecht • David Russell • Wm. Russell • James Sallee • Clarence Sauer • Earl Schapker • William Schauss • D. G. Schlensker • William Schulze • George
Panel Four - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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5. Panel Four - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
Shane • Larry Shane • William Shears • Chas. Sherrill

( Row Two )

James Sherrod • Joseph Short • James Shouley • William Simrell • Howard Smith • M. E. Smithpeters • William Snyder • F. L. Southwood • George Speer • Maurice Spencer • Wm. I. Steinbach • Jack Stemper • Ralph Stephens • Wm. L. Stephens • Edward Stewart • Charles Stone • Jeryl Stone • Wm. R. Sullivan • L. C. Sussick • Jack Taylor • Edward Tedner • Ferd C. Thiel • William Thomas • Max Thompson • F. Dale Tighenor • Leon Timberlake • C. G. Townsend, Jr. • Ralph Townsend • Ember Townsley

( Row Three )

John Trunck • Wells Tyler • Harold Usealman • Paul Waterman • Lowell Wathen, Jr. • George Wall • Edward Wallace • Harold Wambach • James Wambach • Charles Weber • Robert Wendling • M. A. Whitledge • William Wiist • G. J. Wilcox, Jr. • Fred Wilot • Donald Willen • Earl Willingham • Delbert Willis • George Wimsatt • Bernard Winiger • Roy E. Wire • Virgil Witt • Edward Wolf • Harold Wolf • Robert Wolf • Henry Woods • Joseph Wooley • Robert Working • Donald Wright

(Names Added) - - Edgar Wright • Arthur Zeller • Leo J. Neumann

( Small Plaques )

Erected by
Service Star Legion
Gresham Chapter

1948

 
Erected 1948 by Service Star Legion - Gresham Chapter.
 
Location.
Long View - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, October 1, 2011
6. Long View - - Vanderburgh County World War II Honor Roll Marker
37° 58.437′ N, 87° 34.373′ W. Marker is in Evansville, Indiana, in Vanderburgh County. Marker is at the intersection of NW 4th Street and Court Street, on the right when traveling north on NW 4th Street. Click for map. Located on the North/West corner of the Vanderburgh County "Olde' Courthouse" a.k.a.: "Catacombs" in Evansville, Indiana. Marker is in this post office area: Evansville IN 47708, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 9 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Sheriff's Residence and Jail (within shouting distance of this marker); Vanderburgh County World War I Honor Roll (within shouting distance of this marker); The Short Lived Canal (within shouting distance of this marker); Wabash and Erie Canal (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); McCurdy - Sears Building (about 600 feet away); Ohio River Levee (approx. 0.4 miles away); Civil War Camp (approx. half a mile away); Augustus Owsley Stanley (approx. 8.9 miles away in Kentucky). Click for a list of all markers in Evansville.
 
Categories. War, World II
 
Sign - - "Catacombs - - The Olde' Courthouse" image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, October 1, 2011
7. Sign - - "Catacombs - - The Olde' Courthouse"
North Side - - "Old" Vanderburgh County Courthouse image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, October 1, 2011
8. North Side - - "Old" Vanderburgh County Courthouse
 
 
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