Maryville in Blount County, Tennessee — The American South (East South Central)
Battle of the Bulge World War II Veterans of Blount County
Photographed By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 30, 2020
1. “Battle of the Bulge” World War II Veterans of Blount County Marker
Battle of the Bulge World War II Veterans of Blount County. . Lane, John E (KIA) . Hearon, Marlow M . Henry, Walter S . Hester, Thurman O . Hipsher, Henry N . Hollingshead, Denver KIA . Huffstetler, John H . Huskey, Eugene E . Hutson, Luther C . Ingram, John J Jr . Ivey, Charles K . Jackson, Taylor G . Janeway, Oscar W . Johnson, Paul A . Jones, Vernon L KIA . Kagley, Paul A . Keck, James F . Keck, Roy O . Kelly, William H . Berry, Matt C . Connatser, Roy M . Grubbs, Oscar L . Newman, Charles . Williamson, Robert E . Amburn, Virgil J . Anderson, Dal . Phillips, Fred . King, George A . Kirby, Clyde G . Knox, Sam Jr . Kyker, James . Lancaster, Lon S Jr . Lee, Charles . Lillard, Ellis R . Linebarger, Leon F . Lively, Curtis . Luther, James D . Masingo, Lewis A . Maxey, Robert E . McCall, Kenneth R . McCollum, Darrell R . McDaniel, James T . McDaniel, William B . McKeehen, Jessie E . Melton, James K . Breeden, Arville . Cunningham, Joseph L . Haun, David W . Ruble, Worley B . Phelps, Richard Q . Maples, Conley Y . Gooch, Owen G . Carmichael, John W . Mills, John E . Morgan, Carl . Myers, Carl H . Ogle, James W . Orr, Richard F . Osborn, Hugh Jr . Paine, Eugene M . Parks, Billy E . Patterson, Clarence L . Patty, Joe L . Pedigo, John D . Perry, Charles W . Pesterfield, Gene W . Peterson, Ruben F . Phillips, John G . Pickens, Sam R . Pinyan, Aldon C . Pointer, James L . Lawson, Charles Jr . French, Rue M . Higgins, Charles I . Self, Emory G . Watson, Don R . Humphrey, Joe H . Herron, Don C . Moore, Fred . Potter, Carl T . Presley, Richard R . Price, Charles H . Reagan, Stanley M . Reagan, Chester L . Reed, Marcus C . Rhodes, John D Jr . Roddy, Joseph A . Rogers, Jesse L . Rogers, Thomas E . Roulette, Ollie E . Rule, Walter S Jr . Russell, Kenneth E . Saffles, Harrison F . Sauls, Clyde I . Sauls, Sam H . Schendel, Karl R . Self, Fred C . Fields, Mack V . Garner, Joseph E Jr . Kelly, William H . Sherrone, Fred C . Grove, Craig M . Humprey, Floyd E . Kagley, Lloyd A . McMurry, Donald M . Shields, Ray S . Shope, Zeb C . Skidmore, Daryl L . Smith, James F . Smithey, Allen E . Spangler, Edward . Speer, Fred L . Staton, Vernon C . Stephens, Charles “Barney” . Stinnett, Clyde Jr . Stinnett, Wilford V . Tallent, Ernest “Ernie” C . Tallent, Gordon H . Tallent, Martin L . Tedford, William H . Tipton, Hugh H . Belitz, Calvin T . Garner, Raymond . Laugherty, Howard E . Shields, Judge Perry . Rowland, A.J. . Moore, Ray L . Teffeteller, Noah J . Russell, Earl . Tuck, Raymond C . Tuck, William L . Vitez, Charles . Wade, Grady N . Walker, William O . Watson, Frank M . Whaley, Burl W . White, Elmer L . White, Walter . Whitehead, Archie . Wilburn, John B . Williams, Delbert L . Williams, Esley Roy . Wilson, Jesse A . Wilson, Woodrow . Woods, John D . Young, Max H . Tipton, Joseph . Cowan, Matthew A . Grant, Larry J . Maxwell, James H . Sullivan, Ralph E . Morton, Charles T . Payne, Cyril . This memorial is in Maryville in Blount County Tennessee
Lane, John E (KIA) Hearon, Marlow M Henry, Walter S Hester, Thurman O Hipsher, Henry N Hollingshead, Denver KIA Huffstetler, John H Huskey, Eugene E Hutson, Luther C Ingram, John J Jr Ivey, Charles K Jackson, Taylor G Janeway, Oscar W Johnson, Paul A Jones, Vernon L KIA Kagley, Paul A Keck, James F Keck, Roy O Kelly, William H Berry, Matt C Connatser, Roy M Grubbs, Oscar L Newman, Charles Williamson, Robert E Amburn, Virgil J Anderson, Dal Phillips, Fred King, George A Kirby, Clyde G Knox, Sam Jr Kyker, James Lancaster, Lon S Jr Lee, Charles Lillard, Ellis R Linebarger, Leon F Lively, Curtis Luther, James D Masingo, Lewis A Maxey, Robert E McCall, Kenneth R McCollum, Darrell R McDaniel, James T McDaniel, William B McKeehen, Jessie E Melton, James K Breeden, Arville Cunningham, Joseph L Haun, David W Ruble, Worley B Phelps, Richard Q Maples, Conley Y Gooch, Owen G Carmichael, John W Mills, John E Morgan, Carl Myers, Carl H Ogle, James W Orr, Richard F Osborn, Hugh Jr Paine, Eugene M Parks, Billy E Patterson, Clarence L
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Patty, Joe L Pedigo, John D Perry, Charles W Pesterfield, Gene W Peterson, Ruben F Phillips, John G Pickens, Sam R Pinyan, Aldon C Pointer, James L Lawson, Charles Jr French, Rue M Higgins, Charles I Self, Emory G Watson, Don R Humphrey, Joe H Herron, Don C Moore, Fred Potter, Carl T Presley, Richard R Price, Charles H Reagan, Stanley M Reagan, Chester L Reed, Marcus C Rhodes, John D Jr Roddy, Joseph A Rogers, Jesse L Rogers, Thomas E Roulette, Ollie E Rule, Walter S Jr Russell, Kenneth E Saffles, Harrison F Sauls, Clyde I Sauls, Sam H Schendel, Karl R Self, Fred C Fields, Mack V Garner, Joseph E Jr Kelly, William H Sherrone, Fred C Grove, Craig M Humprey, Floyd E Kagley, Lloyd A McMurry, Donald M Shields, Ray S Shope, Zeb C Skidmore, Daryl L Smith, James F Smithey, Allen E Spangler, Edward Speer, Fred L Staton, Vernon C Stephens, Charles “Barney” Stinnett, Clyde Jr Stinnett, Wilford V Tallent, Ernest “Ernie” C Tallent, Gordon H Tallent, Martin L Tedford, William H Tipton, Hugh H Belitz, Calvin T Garner, Raymond Laugherty, Howard E Shields, Judge Perry Rowland, A.J. Moore, Ray L Teffeteller, Noah J Russell, Earl Tuck, Raymond C Tuck, William L Vitez, Charles Wade, Grady N Walker, William O Watson, Frank M Whaley,
Burl W White, Elmer L White, Walter Whitehead, Archie Wilburn, John B Williams, Delbert L Williams, Esley Roy Wilson, Jesse A Wilson, Woodrow Woods, John D Young, Max H Tipton, Joseph Cowan, Matthew A Grant, Larry J Maxwell, James H Sullivan, Ralph E Morton, Charles T Payne, Cyril
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, World II.
Location. 35° 45.287′ N, 83° 58.146′ W. Marker is in Maryville, Tennessee, in Blount County. Memorial is on Court Street south of Court Circle, on the right when traveling south. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 327 Court Street, Maryville TN 37804, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Also see . . . 1. Battle of the Bulge at history.com. Called “the greatest American battle of the war” by Winston Churchill, the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes region of Belgium was Adolf Hitlers last major offensive in World War II against the Western Front. Source: History.com (Submitted on June 6, 2020, by Byron Hooks of Sandy Springs, Georgia.)
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