Hartford in Ohio County, Kentucky — The American South (East South Central)
Ohio County World Wars Memorial
By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, November 1, 2020
1. Ohio County World Wars Memorial
Ohio County World Wars Memorial. .
This memorial erected by the veterans and citizens of Ohio County and dedicated to the memory of the boys who gave their lives in World War I and II World War I 1917-18 ☆ World War II 1941-45 War I. Alsip, Samuel . Barnes, David M. . Benton, Malin A. . Brown, Lee . Byrnett, Walter . Cohron, Emory C. . Crow, John R. . Crowe, Jesse V. . Davis, Robert . Draper, Cecil . Durall, James O. . Gabbard, Clarence . Goff, Carl B. . Hoops, Alvin J. . Johnson, Braxton . Keith, Lee E. . King, Charlie . Kiper, Virgil . Lake, Corbett . Laws, John O. . Lee, Eddie . Liles, W.C. . Long, Jestus W. . Main, Charles C. . Malin, Wavey B. . Mattingly, Linnie A. . Morris, Herman . Orr, Willie . Riggs, Mathies . Ross, Rodney P. . Rucker, John A. . Shields, Leslie . Stevens, George . Stone, Jesse E. . Stone, Virgel C. . Tanner, Fred A. . Taylor, Duglas . Wakeland, Charles W. . West, Aubry . Williams, George S. . Williams, Walter . Willoughby, Wilson B. . Wilson, Carl H.
War II. Albin, Blummer T. . Allen, Ira S. . Allen, Willie M. . Ashby, Welborn L. . Austin, Clarence C. . Baize, Reathel C. . Baize, Talbert W. . Barrett, Ovid W. . Barton, Rollie . Basham, Roy . Bell, Ray . Black, Harold . Blanchard, Willard . Bratcher, Georgie A. . Brown, Carl D. . Burden, James R. . Cambron, Adrian . Cox, Esker E. . Coy, James R. . Cummins, Albert B. . Davis, Kennieth A. . Davison, Preston G. . Douglas, Henry H. . Duff, Willard R. . Embry, Thirstal . Farmer, Willis . Free, William M. . Gillespie, Marcus R. . Green, Everett R. . Hamilton, Clemie C. . Hawkins, John B. . Hocker, Plautus Jr. . Hoskins, Riley H. . Johnson, Azim E. . Johnson, Charles L. . Jones, Dennie Jr. . Keith, L.B. . Kimmel, Lenord . Lake, Ronda Jr. . Logsdon, Lenord H. . McKinley, Babe R. . McKinley, Rufus P. . McMurtry, James S. . Martin, Louis E. . Mason, Francis L. . Midkife, Willis D. . Morris, Gettie . Myers, James Jr. . Nanney, Sheldon S. . Oglesby, Buel B. . Paris, Herbert J. . Parker, Robert B. . Payton, Walter C. . Pharris, Sheridan . Phelps, Rex T. Jr. . Phelps, Wesley . Piercy, Cecil R. . Porter, Merle . Porter, Virgil B. . Rains, Onis . Raley, Maurice H. . Ralph, Carl C. . Render, Hoyt A. . Robertson, A.D. . Russell, Charles S. . Shain, Layman E. . Shields, James B. . Shown, Lewis E. . Smith, Joseph E. . Stevens, R. Harrison . Stewart, Henry . Stewart, Henry C. . Stewart, John W. . Stewart, Leslie A. . Taylor, Merle Jr. . Wade, Harlan C. . Ward, Joseph D. . White, Ralph A. . Whitehead, Cecil C. . Wilson, James M. . Wilson, John A. . Wimsatt, Opel B. . Wright, Opal B. . Yeager, Carlos . This memorial was erected by Veterans and citizens of Ohio County, Kentucky. It is in Hartford in Ohio County Kentucky
This memorial erected
by the veterans and
citizens of Ohio County
and dedicated to
the memory of the boys
who gave their lives
in World War I and II
World War I 1917-18 ☆ World War II 1941-45
Alsip, Samuel Barnes, David M. Benton, Malin A. Brown, Lee Byrnett, Walter Cohron, Emory C. Crow, John R. Crowe, Jesse V. Davis, Robert Draper, Cecil Durall, James O. Gabbard, Clarence Goff, Carl B. Hoops, Alvin J. Johnson, Braxton Keith, Lee E. King, Charlie Kiper, Virgil Lake, Corbett Laws, John O. Lee, Eddie Liles, W.C. Long, Jestus W. Main, Charles C. Malin, Wavey B. Mattingly, Linnie A. Morris, Herman Orr, Willie Riggs, Mathies Ross, Rodney P. Rucker, John A. Shields, Leslie Stevens, George Stone, Jesse E. Stone, Virgel C. Tanner, Fred A. Taylor, Duglas Wakeland, Charles W. West, Aubry Williams, George S. Williams, Walter Willoughby, Wilson B. Wilson, Carl H.
Albin, Blummer T. Allen, Ira S. Allen, Willie M. Ashby, Welborn L. Austin,
By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, November 1, 2020
2. Ohio County World Wars Memorial
Clarence C. Baize, Reathel C. Baize, Talbert W. Barrett, Ovid W. Barton, Rollie Basham, Roy Bell, Ray Black, Harold Blanchard, Willard Bratcher, Georgie A. Brown, Carl D. Burden, James R. Cambron, Adrian Cox, Esker E. Coy, James R. Cummins, Albert B. Davis, Kennieth A. Davison, Preston G. Douglas, Henry H. Duff, Willard R. Embry, Thirstal Farmer, Willis Free, William M. Gillespie, Marcus R. Green, Everett R. Hamilton, Clemie C. Hawkins, John B. Hocker, Plautus Jr. Hoskins, Riley H. Johnson, Azim E. Johnson, Charles L. Jones, Dennie Jr. Keith, L.B. Kimmel, Lenord Lake, Ronda Jr. Logsdon, Lenord H. McKinley, Babe R. McKinley, Rufus P. McMurtry, James S. Martin, Louis E. Mason, Francis L. Midkife, Willis D. Morris, Gettie Myers, James Jr. Nanney, Sheldon S. Oglesby, Buel B. Paris, Herbert J. Parker, Robert B. Payton, Walter C. Pharris, Sheridan Phelps, Rex T. Jr. Phelps, Wesley Piercy, Cecil R. Porter, Merle Porter, Virgil B. Rains, Onis Raley, Maurice H. Ralph, Carl C. Render, Hoyt A. Robertson, A.D. Russell, Charles S. Shain, Layman E. Shields, James B. Shown, Lewis E. Smith, Joseph E. Stevens, R. Harrison Stewart, Henry Stewart, Henry C. Stewart, John W. Stewart, Leslie A. Taylor, Merle Jr. Wade, Harlan C. Ward, Joseph D. White, Ralph
A. Whitehead, Cecil C. Wilson, James M. Wilson, John A. Wimsatt, Opel B. Wright, Opal B. Yeager, Carlos
Erected by Veterans and citizens of Ohio County, Kentucky.
Location. 37° 27.029′ N, 86° 54.487′ W. Marker is in Hartford, Kentucky, in Ohio County. Memorial is at the intersection of South Main Street (U.S. 231) and Washington Street, on the right when traveling north on South Main Street. Marker is on Ohio County Courthouse lawn. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 301 South Main Street, Hartford KY 42347, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Credits. This page was last revised on November 15, 2020. It was originally submitted on November 15, 2020, by Duane Marsteller of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This page has been viewed 72 times since then and 22 times this year. Photos:1, 2. submitted on November 15, 2020, by Duane Marsteller of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.