Noblesville in Hamilton County, Indiana — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Hamilton County (Indiana) Honor Roll
(Large Stone Benches)
(Left Bench) ““ From these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which. . .”
(Right Bench) “. . .they gave the last full measure of devotion”“
(Signature) - Abraham Lincoln
Lincolns Address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania - November 19, 1863
(Bronze Plaque on Right)
In memory of those Hamilton County Men who gave their lives during the Civil War 1861 - 1865
Joseph Achenbach Frederick Alberding Leroy Allcorn Reed Allcorn Iredell Allgood Daniel Bales Edmund Ball John Ball Levi H. A. Ball William Ballard William G. Ballard Robert Ballinger William Barber Amasa Barker Jacob Barnhiser Lewis Bartholomew John Beckwith Martin Beckwith Robert Bell George W. Bellhymer Joseph Benham Ira K. Berryman William Blevins Elisha Bodley Joseph Boon Francis A. Bradfield Abraham Brandom John G. Brattain Abraham Breese Francis M. Brewer Calvin Burchin Austin Burdett James L. Burdett John L. Burgess John E.
Joseph Conklin John Cook William A. Cook Isaac Coppock Albert B. CottinghamA Aaron Cox Ephriam M. Crews Amos Cruzan John Cruzan William Cutts John Dan Danaha Samuel Davis George Deakyne William P. Dean Thomas Demoss, Jr. Henry S. Dow Joseph S. Dow John M. Duncan Addison M. Dunn Phillip Durflinger Joseph A. Ecker Oliver Essig George W. Essington Jeremiah Estell James R. Eton Joseph E. Evans James R. Farley James R. Fisher Philip O. Fisher John Fitzgerald John Fitzpatrick William Frazier Jacob Fouch Samuel Forward Noah Gallaway William H. Garboden Adam M. Gardner Salathiel Garrett William Geralds Jacob Gierhart John Gilbert Leander Glaze Nathan Glaze Edward Good James A. Gray Thomas Griffen Simpson Gunn Hezekiah Hackleman William Hackleman Gilbert M. Hall John J. Hannah Henry Harrison Martin H. Harvey Daniel Hause James Haynes Andrew Head
( Row Three )
Daniel McCarthy James McDaniels Abram B. Meisee Nathan Meisse Jacob Mills Seth Moon Jesse Moore John Morris William Morris Humphrey N. Mount David Mullenix Joshua Mundell Archibald Murphy Samuel Myers James E. Nance Robert Nance Moses M. Neal Townsend Newby Ephraim Nickelson William R. Nickelson John Northham Joseph S. Ogle John B. Page A. G. W. Parker John D.
Cornelius Sharp Edward Sharp John F. Sharp Zimri Shaw John W. Shock William H. Slater William Sloan George W. Small John J. Small George W. Smith John D. Smith Lemuel R. Smith William Smith David Sperry Eli Stephenson William Stephenson Jesse Stepp Lewis S. Stewart Presley J. Stewart Lewis J. Summers Abraham Swisher Frederick Switzer Joseph R. Teter Mark Tharp William H. H. Tharp Obadian Tinker James B. Tucker Arthur Turner Davis Tyner William Waddle Perry L. Wall Emsley Warren David M. Webert James Wees Christopher West George W. West Hiram C. Widows Samuel H. Widows Henry Wildmer Henry Williams William Winders Edward Wood Upton Woodruff Riley Woods John B. Woodward Philip Woody Robert Woody Jacob
- - - - - - + - - - - 277 Died - - - - + - - - - - -
(Center - Bronze Plaque)
who gave their lives in service and sacrifice
for God and Country in
World War I and II
(Korean War - - Added)
(World War I - Section)
James R. Bicknell Orval Elmer Breece Nathan Earl Buckner Charles C. Calhoun Ora Dayton Catlin Wesley E. Coverdale Raymond Crawford Clifford Milton Dunn Kenneth Victor Elliott James Thomas Evans Lawrence E. George
Harvey Harrison Grover Hershel Hiatt Ralph Orvil Hiatt George R. Hochstedler Frank E. Huntzinger Basil Larue Kiste Harry C. Leeman Thomas J. Mayfield Russell Manship
Otto Roy Moore Guy Griffith Michael Charles B. Passwater Ira Ringer Erick Festus Sanders Walter Louis Steckel Benjamin H. Stotler Arah Neal Thomas Ula-Ray Wiles Richard E. Worthman Orpheus Walls
(World War II - Section)
Vernon E. Arnold William D. Butler Lowell Baker George A. Baldwin Eugene Ballard Lowell Max
Delmar Galbreath John R. Huntzinger Wesley Hare, II Paul Heisser John F. Isenhower N. C. Judy Russell N. Johnson Marion Jones James N. King Ralph King William M. Keesling Samuel E. Kaiser Franklin Kemp Eugene Lutes Merrill S. Leonard Fred R. Laufman David Ervin Lackey Ralph W. Lehr Joseph Legg Graden Maines Lawrence Martin Hugh C. McKay Kenneth McMurtry Vernon H. Miller Max M. Mills Millard Montgomery, Jr. Edward Nightenhelser Virgil North Howard E. ORear
George F. Penwell Frank M. Platter Kenneth Prickett Charles W. Roberts Elbert M. Revis Eugene I. Roberts Robert Clark Ross Francis E. Reagan Oakley Repp, Jr. Von D. Rider Robert C. Sylvester Donald Salsberry Charles Simms Chester V. Sowers Frederick Staton Donald Stehman John W. Stewart John Richard Stern Thomas P. Swank John W. Thomas Mandron C.
(Korean War - Section)
Charles Childress John Frederick Christy Robert Townsend Copple
Malcom Darrell Ireland Charles R. Kenley Robert P. Mainfold David Morris
William J. Nutter Keith OConner James F. Roudebush
Erected by - - Noblesville Lions Club - - 1946
(Bronze Plaque on Left)
Hamilton County who lost their lives in
Roy Eldon Freeman, Jr. Daniel Ellis Biddle David Coy Steven Eugene Clark Guy Thomas Jones Gerald Lee Johnson Alan Jensen Bardach Michael Eugene Randall Thomas L. Bell Daniel Lee Terry Michael Howard Lawhon James Michael Grant Robert Wayne Shelton Lawrence Lee Gordon Kenneth Lindle Oldham Benjamin E. Scolley Michael Farley
(Row Two) - (Persian Gulf Wars) - (Iraqi Freedom)
Christopher E. Hudson Armand Luke Frickey Robert W. Murray, Jr. Zachariah J. Gonzalez Donte Jamal Whitworth
Erected by the people of Hamilton
through the leadership of the Jaycees
Topics. This memorial is listed in these topic lists: War, 1st Iraq & Desert Storm • War, Korean • War, US Civil • War, World I • War, World II.
Location. 40° 2.77′ N, 86° 0.866′ W. Marker is in Noblesville, Indiana, in Hamilton County. Memorial is on North 8th Street north of Conner Street, on the right when traveling north. Located behind the Old Jail Building - now occupied by the Hamilton County Historical Society on the Hamilton County Courthouse Square. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Noblesville IN 46060, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. The Noblesville Commercial Historic District (a few steps from this marker); J. L. Evans Building (within shouting distance of this marker); Lacy Block (within shouting distance of this marker); Craycraft Block (within shouting distance of this marker); Sowerwine Building (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Bachman Building (about 300 feet away); Five and Ten Building (about 300 feet away); Joseph Block (about 300 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Noblesville.
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