Grandview in Edgar County, Illinois — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Grandview Township Veterans Honor Roll
The Men and Women
who Have Served
Atwill Augustus Basil Bennett Emil Bennett James R. Bolin, Sr. Rholand Fitzpatrick Oscar Grable Lloyd L. Hargis Archie Hickman William Jamison Arlie Kemper David O. Kime David B. Long Revell Querry George Ryan James C. Selders Clifford O. White William White John B. Yowell
W W II Dec. 7, 1941 — Dec. 31, 1946
Roscoe Arbuckle Thomas R. Babcock Robert W. Baker * Alf O. Barrett Simeon Bates Vernon Beaven John A. Bennett Harold M. Berry Lloyd B. Berry Wendell Blair James W. Bolin Nye F. Bouslog Victor D. Bouslog Phil W. Bovard Gerald Boyer Paul E. Boyer Lloyd E. Burton Ray Burton Donald Bussart Russell Bussart Donald Cabeen John A. Cabeen Arthur L. Camp Carl L. Camp Harold Conine Allyn Cook Darrell Cornwell Charles M. Davis Elbert Davis Roger Davis Brent Demougin Wayne Demougin Arthur Dick Charles H. Dick James B. Dively Paul F. Dively John J. Dorothy John A. Dunn Cleo Duzan Morris Fidler Max Fitzjarrald Lester Fox Harry L. Garver Ray L. Gosnell George Graham
Silas Jackson William Jamison Ray C. Johnson Harold Jones Leonard Kemper August B. Krisher Dale E. Laughead Charles D. Long Ernest Ludington Ray P. Ludington Gene Marrs Maurice Marrs John Martin Troy O. Martin Robert B. McCarty * David W. McComas John McDavitt Kenneth Menk Loren Menk Robert Menk Charles Miller Claude Millhouse Roscoe Nicholson Ralph Pantle Vivien Perkinson James W. Pitts, Sr. Foster M. Propst Lyle C. Propst Harry R. Querry Robert Radcliff John R. Reeley, Jr. Clarence Richey Melvin Richey, Jr. Raymond Richey Bernard Ritchey Paul W. Ryan Paul A. Saiter Ralph Selders Eugene Setzer Leroy E. Short Loren S. Short Harold Sunkel Ellis Tingley Virgil Tingley Robert Vanpelt Riley E. Vaughn Clyde Watkins Horatio Webright Donald R. White William P. Williford William T. Wilson Jack Wyrick Lloyd Yargus John B. Yowell Richard Zimmerly
Raymond O. Barlet Levi Biggs Paul E. Boyer Frank Camp, Jr. Raymond E. Clapp Jacques Clark Allyn Cook Glen Cook John J. Dorothy Olen R. Duzan Wayne D. Ellington John E. Frazier John C. Gough James H. Griffin Albert W. Hayes Donald L. Hiatt Chester D. Higginbotham William F. Hukill Charles D. Latham Denny Laughead Charles E. Nay Donald L. Newhart John W. Parsley Joyce A. Parsley Maurice W. Perkinson Floyd Reeley Albert W. Schneider Charles Schaich Donald B. Simons Andrew Waltz
Vietnam Feb. 28, 1961 — May 7, 1975
Charles E. Boyer Steven K. Boyer Jerry Brimner Rex Brimner Jerry Brinkerhoff David Camp Michael Camp John A. Chaney Benny D. Claypool Robert A. Creech David E. Cutright Anita J. Davis Robert A. Davis Steven L. Davis David W. Dick Norman Eslinger, Jr. Michael H. Farris Marc Fletcher Joseph Frigge Charles N. Glatthaar Richard J. Glatthaar David L. Griffin Roy Hinds, Jr. Wayne R. Holle Othie S. Hunt, Jr. James R. Jones
Joseph B. Krisher David Laughhead Jack M. Lilley Larry D. Lowry Gary W. Markwell Kenneth Markwell Ronald Markwell Michael Martin Stephen R. McDavitt Emmett E. Murphy Ernest C. Murphy Kenneth Nay Kenneth A.
Lebanon — Grenada Aug. 24, 1982 — July 31, 1984
Brian Lee Alieff Charlotte Kimble Baber James V. Camp
Location. 39° 32.511′ N, 87° 50.764′ W. Marker is in Grandview, Illinois, in Edgar County. Marker is on Clarksville Street (aka: 625 E) north of County Route 500 N, on the left when traveling south. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Paris IL 61944, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 13 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Abraham Lincoln - Eighth Judicial District (approx. 6½ miles away); Zion's Camp March (approx. 9.3 miles away); a different marker also named Abraham Lincoln - Eighth Judicial District (approx. 9.4 miles away); Millstones Long in the Service of Pioneers (approx. 9.4 miles away); American Revolution War Memorial - Edgar County Illinois (approx. 9.4 miles away); The Matson Slave Trial (approx. 12.4 miles away); Home of Dr. Hiram Rutherford (approx. 12.4 miles away); Oakland, Illinois Community W. W. I War Memorial (approx. 12½ miles away).
1. Thank You
To whom ever was responsible for taking time to commemorate those men who left their farms and families, especially those who did not return, for the sake of what was considered a worthy cause at the time. Seeing my Dad's name on the marker was very touching.
— Submitted November 8, 2015, by Sue Radcliff Anderson of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Categories. • War, Korean • War, Vietnam • War, World I • War, World II •
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