Tilton in Vermilion County, Illinois — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Tilton Honor Roll
World War II
Elmer L. Alcorn Frederick V. Alcorn Lamoine T. Alcorn Robert H. Allison George Anderson Marvin E. Anderson Ernest Attebury Floyd Bailey Glenn E. Basinger William Basinger Don Benefield Paul Benefield Roy Herman Benefield James Bennett John D. Bennett Geraldine Billman Jack Billman Joseph Billman Harry Blue Paul Boen Paul Bogart Charles F. Bolser Alfred Bowling Lowell Bowling Robert Bowling Robert Boyd Alvin Boyer Paul Brazelton William A. Brown Carl H. Burch Charles Burchfield Glen E. Burchfield Aurther Burchfield * Francis C. Burgin Harry D. Burton William H. Bush Wiley M. Butler Leslie A. Cancil Marvin Cancil Warren E. Cancil Donald J. Cheffer
Second Column :
Huford Cline Paul J. Clipson Elmer Colby Kenneth Colby Orville A. Colby * Lyman E. Criswell John C. Culp Bradford Cunningham Clair S. Cunningham Dean Cunningham Wayne Cunningham Herman S. Dalbey Leslie Dalbey Verner L. Dalbey Earl C. Darnell
Third Column :
Gorman E. Givens John O. Gossett Walter M. Green Clarence A. Gritton Don H. Gritton Joe Gritton * Lowell Haffner Albert Hale Robert H. Hale Clyde Hansbrough Ray A. Hanson Robert A. Hanson John S. Harrier Melvin Hathaway Alvin Hatton Bonnie Hatton Ernest Hatton Kenneth H. Hatton Raymond Hatton Howard Helsel Lucien Hemp Don J. Hendricks, Sr. Bert S. Hershberger Floyd D. Hershberger Walter W. Hershberger Carl Hettsmanberger, Jr. Albert Hickman Freeman E. Hicks Chester High, Jr. Paul Hill Charles J. Hilton Merle Hilton Robert Hilton Vernon C. Hix Charles R. Holman Basil Hopkins Robert R. Hosch Dale Huffman Edward J. Hughes Harold E. Hughes Charles E. Hunt Ernest Hutton Claude Jacobs
Fourth Column :
Bert Jarvis Burl Jividen Elmer N. Johnson Harry Johnson
Fifth Column :
Jessie McQueen Raymond McQueen Dale Meers J. E. (Bud) Meers R. H. (Babe) Meers Allen Melton James F. Melton Max M. Melton Bert C. Messinger Howard D. Messinger Chester J. Mikel Johnnie Miller Albert Dean Montgomery Charles E. Montgomery Robert W. Moody F. (Bugs) Moran Herbert E. Morgan Melvin Murphy Elmer Nabors Rex M. Nelson G. (Red) ONeil Tom Oliphant Jack Owens Rusty Owens W. R. (Bill) Pacot William Parks Guy Perkes James O. Phillips Frank J. Pintar Chester Powell Wayne Powers Ray Prast James D. Pratt Lozier Roy Pratt Francis H. Priest Helen Ramsey Carl Reid Charles W. Remley P. R. (Butch) Reuther Wilber
Sixth Column :
Harlin S. Royce Dale Russell John Sands Kenneth B. Schratz Carl R. Seibert James A. Shanks Robert J. Shanks William C. Shelato * John F. Shepard Thomas L. Shepard William O. Shepherd Charles W. Simmons Dale Smalley Jewell R. Smith Maurice C. Smith Russell N. Smith W. C. (Billy) Smith Jack H. Smott Lee P. Smoot Raymond F. Sprouls Robert Sprouls Russell F. Sprouls * Charles M. Stanton John D. Stanton Philip E. Stanton Robert R. Stanton Burnell M. Steelman Audree E. Stevens Robert L. Stevens Gilbert Summers Earl H. Sutherland Jim L. Sutherland Charles W. Swank Basil H. Szollosi Joseph J. Szollosi, Jr. Pete Szollosi Andrew Szotak Charles Tapscott Marcus Thaney William Treadway Edwin Tuggle James W. Tuggle Jean F. Tuggle
Seventh Column :
Jesse P. Turner Harry R. Van Camp Russell C. Vance L. (Lefty) Varvel Richard Varvel V. (Romie) Varvel Billy C. Virgin * Lawrence H. Wangler Wilbert Waterstredt Clarence Watrons Alva LeRoy Watson Robert Welker Lavone Whalen David Williams Donald R. Williams E. (Red) Williams George Williams Mernie Williams William H. Wilson George Dale Winkler Jack Winkler Paul Winkler Howard E. Winter Jerry Withers
Erected by Village of Tilton, Harry Phillips, Tilton Lions Club, Village Board.
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, World II.
Location. 40° 6.105′ N, 87° 39.1′ W. Marker is in Tilton, Illinois, in Vermilion County. Memorial is at the intersection of West Fifth Street and North H Street, on the right when traveling west on West Fifth Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Tilton IL 61833, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Servicemen From Tilton (within shouting distance of this marker); Abraham Lincoln in Tilton, Illinois (within shouting distance of this marker); Trail of Death 1838 (approx. 1.7 miles away); Robert E. Wurtsbaugh (approx. 1.7 miles away); Aircraft in Honor of Chanute Air Force Base (approx. 1.7 miles away); Abraham Lincoln - Eighth Judicial District (approx. 1.8 miles away); World War I MemorialDanville's Lincoln (approx. 1.9 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Tilton.
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