Bronte in Coke County, Texas — The American South (West South Central)
Bronte Veterans Memorial
(Front Side, Center Panel)
Dedicated to the veterans of all wars who freely and courageously joined in the great world-wide conflicts for the preservation of peace freedom and democracy
Killed in Action
Verdon T. Allen Joey Lee Boles Richard L. Briscoe James Caudle Richard I. Collier Claude O. Ditmore, Jr. James M. Eubanks Dean E. Hallmark George C. (Lum) Hines Jesse (Cotten) Hudman Chester Kiker, Jr. A. James Kunkel Pammie Z. Landers Percy Lord Frank Manuel Jack Parker Glenn Owen Price James Evan Rogers James Rouse Augustine Samaniego Bill Saunders George R. Scott Richard Clifton Shufield Buel Stephenson Frank Maxwell Tubb James David Vaughn William Earl Walker
Died While in Service
Foy A. Burroughs Raymond Lewis Caulder Raymond Mathew Coleman James L. Green Dee F. Inman Edward A. Lewis Doyle J. Minnis Frank G. Modgling Rufus Calvert Myers Vernon Brooks Palmer Roy R. Reed Dinzel R. Sheppard John Roger Simpson Willie Smith Robert V. (Bob) Turner James Pentecost Carl Wilson Scarborough
Spanish American War
Oscar Paul Heidel
James P. Ash John Franklin Hickman Daniel Ellis Scott Caswell Tipton Wrinkle
World War I
Walter Monroe Alexander Claude D. Beaver Alvin Ewing Bell, Sr. Ben Brooks Wylie C. Clark Richard V. Copeland Morgan A. Cox William Garland Cresap Linton Crowv William Rial Denman Claude O. Ditmore William Clinton Duncan Roy B. Eaton Daniel Clay Fancher Charles Cecil Glenn Hubert A. Hayley Ovid Lester Johnson John W. Labenske Jessie T. Liles Floyd Edgar Modgling Albert Norton Rawlings Carter Thomas Rawlings Rome Shields Ricahrds Reube Flowers Richards John Eddie Roberts John C. Snead Jasper A. Stephenson Arthur Milton Tubb Willie I. Tubb Joseph Edward Warner Hubert O. Whitt, Sr. Benjamin Pratt Williams Benjamin Horace Boykin William Ernest Burns
World War II
James Tolbert Adair Clyde M. Adams Bill G. Allen Norbon Alexander Walter Norman Alexander J.W. Athey Theron C. Baggett Arzo Robert (Bob) Bagwell Aubrey D. Bagwell Leon L. Bagwell C.B. Barbee Alvin E. Bell, Jr. Billy Gene Bell Herbert H. Bell Richard E. (Rich) Bell Carl Wayne Best Marcene O. (Simpson) Best Raymond Winston Bilbo Ulmer Smith Bird Ronald W. Blackmon
(Rear Side, Center Panel)
“Ask not what your country can do for you – Ask what you can do for your country”
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Killed in Action
Alexander James Boykin Shelby H. Carter Elgin P. Littlefield Byrd Alexander Boykin
(Rear Side, Left and Right Panels)
Joseph Louis (J.L.) Alexander James O. Bagwell Rennel Dwain Bagwell Bailey Allen (Ben) Bell Bobby Allen Butner Johnnie Joe Butner Alvin D. Caulder James Robert Clark J.B. Clark, Jr. Eddie G. Collins Thomas V. Copeland Bob G. Cox Jimmy W. Cox Ted R. Cox Vaughan Stanley Davis Jack Edward Eaton, Jr. J. Bryan Eubanks James R. (Bobby) Evans Jimmie Gene Gray Blake Howard Gregston Ernest S. Gutierrez D.C. (Bud) Harman Harold Kenneth Hester Billy Wayne Hipp Leonard Cumbie Ivey, Jr. Clarence B. (Buck) James Joe Lara Robert E. Lasswell Marvin Ervin Lowrance Fred Henry McCabe, Jr. Billy J. Luckett James (Dale) Luckett John P. McClure, Jr. Arbie Lee Miller Charles P. Oliphant Samuel G. Pendergrast Thomas D. Pendergrast Daniel Franklin Percifull Robert Turney Ragsdale Edmund Curtis Richards IV Bobby Ferrel Roberts Elwerd Manard Rogers Gerald Dewey Sandusky Judge Edward Sandusky Bobby Clinton Scott Danny Ray Scott Joe Lee Scott Arlie Glenn Skelton James Royce Smith Douglas Ray Stevens Warren Lloyd Tomlinson J.Q. Varnadore Lyndon Glenn Waldrop Ralph Carlton Walker Joe Bob Warren Clarence Nobel Webb, Jr. Joel Shelton Webb Donald La Marr Whitt Leslie L. Wilkins, Jr. Audren Charles Westbrook Billy Charles Wrinkle Billy Glen Jackson Marlon D. McCutchen Lee Allen Stewart Bobby K. Walker Ermit Warren Beaver Jerry Mack McShan
Richard Don Andrews Monte C. Andrewson Donald Floyd Bagwell Tommy Ray Bell Floyd Franklin Blackburn Charles Thomas Boecking Russell Weldon Brown Luis Charles Danny G. Cooper Wayland Joe Drennan John Ybarra Gloria Ray Gloria Dwain (Earl) Gregston Harvey Leon Gregston John Darvin Gregston Noel Wayne Gregston Carolyn D. Pruitt Robert Reyes, Jr. Veronica Reyes Carroll Alonzo Robbins Florentino Samaniego Johnnie E. Spoonts Bobby Jack White Larry Don Corley Robert D. Mathers Jack Edwyn McDaniel Larry Gene Robinson Marvin Clay Williamson J. Bryan Eubanks Donald Weldon Hester Joe Lara Manuel Reyes, Jr. Calvin L. Sparks, Jr.
Gulf War Era
William Shan Grigg Devlin Mason Pierce Eric S. Martin Michael Todd Scott Jeffrey Wayne Wilkes Amanda N. Dunn Linetta Jean Long
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Kevin Allen Johnson James Cody Blaylock Aaron Patrick McConnell
World War I
Buck T. Denson Frank Keesee Ed Stevens McNeil Wylie Thomas L. Schooler
World War II
Warren Neal McWilliams Odis Dugee Adams Carl Blair Richmond Dewain Garrett Leo Ira Perkins James H. Saunders Rex D. Saunders Lee Roy Woods James Leonard Keeney, Jr. Millard Smith, Jr. Walter Soloman McCallan Leo Dale Rogers Guy Neal Strickland William Earl Williams George Weldon Hester J.D. Blair, Jr. Eddie P. Good Otis B. Jacobs J.M. Prine, Jr. O.B. Stephenson Raymond Stephenson William Thomas Stephenson
Jerry Mac Parker Dwayne Truman Walker Robert Carlton Caston
Buddy Royce Walker William Wayne Hester Richard Alan Kemp Milton S. Phillips Jerry Blair Ordie Alman Crotwell Dale Baggett David Lee Baggett Steve C. Hines John Wheeler
Topics. This historical marker and memorial is listed in these topic lists: Heroes • Military • Patriots & Patriotism.
Location. 31° 53.242′ N, 100° 17.714′ W. Marker is in Bronte, Texas, in Coke County. Marker is at the intersection of Main Street (State Highway 158) and Railroad Street, on the right when traveling west on Main Street. Memorial is next to the former Bronte railroad passenger depot. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Bronte TX 76933, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 7 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Bronte Depot (a few steps from this marker); Fort Chadbourne C.S.A. / Texas Civil War Frontier Defense (about 600 feet away, measured in a direct line); First Methodist Church (approx. 0.2 miles away); First Baptist Church (approx. Ό mile away); Bronte (approx. half a mile away); Townsite of Marie (approx. 5.6 miles away); Southern Overland Mail, 1858-1861 (approx. 5.7 miles away); W.H. Brown (approx. 6.4 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Bronte.
Credits. This page was last revised on August 21, 2018. It was originally submitted on May 8, 2009, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania. This page has been viewed 2,066 times since then and 123 times this year. Photos: 1, 2. submitted on May 8, 2009, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania. 3, 4, 5. submitted on October 17, 2014, by Duane Hall of Abilene, Texas. • Kevin W. was the editor who published this page.