Bedford in Lawrence County, Indiana — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Lawrence County World War II Honor Roll
Defenders of Freedom
for God and Country
This votive tablet is dedicated to the honor of the men of Lawrence County, Indiana who answered the call of our Country in World War II and who died that you and I might live.
1941 —– 1945
( Row One )
Roscoe D. Adamson • Harold R. Allen • James B. Ambler • Cecil P. Asbury • Claudie Bailey • Carl R. Baker • Curtis Barger • Amos R. Beavers • Wayne Beechler • John M. Blackburn • Marion F. Blackwell • Francis L. Bough • George Brown • Paul T. Brown • Dwight F. Byers • Paul W. Byers • Sylvester Catozz • Glenn L. Chastain • James E. Cobb • Orville Connerley • David Daugherty
( Row Two )
William F. Davidson • Marvin R. Davis • Ralph Doane, Jr. • Cube C. Dowling • Glenn F. Duncan • Virgil H. Eagan • Raymond R. Easton • Robert G. Easton • Wesley V. Emery • Wilbur E. Evans • Raymond V. Farmer • Charles F. Ferguson • Eathel I. Fish • Forrest K. Flinn • Spencer F. Flynn • Opal Franklin • Dale R. Freeman • Hartwell F. Fultz • Clyde Gabbert • Robert E. Gardner • Paul George
( Row Three )
John P. Gennett • Charles Glimpse • Wilbert E. Goldsby • Lowell Goodin • Charles T. Graves • Marvin W. Grogan • Loren W. Hancock • Debert Hensley • Durard
( Row Four )
Esco King • Rayond M. King • Warren C. Kopp • Charles A. Kunkel • Forrest A. Lake • Harry Lee, Jr. • James E. Long • Ermal R. Lynn • Harold W. McCain • William P. McCann • Guy A. McClung • Buford McDonald • Orvil Madden, Jr. • Roy K. Malott • Lonial J. Martin • Raymond Mascid • Gerald N. Megnin • Warren Midkiff • Lester Miller • Sylvester Mitchell • Glen Moffitt
( Row Five )
John O. Moore, Jr. • Richard A. Mowery • William A. Norman • Robert D. Owens • William F. Owens • Lloyd E. Parish • Charles E. Phillips • James Pitts • James M. Prior • Leland C. Quillen • Hubert O. Rainey • Paul Rayhill • Leslie H. Robbins • Daniel L. Roberts • Francis E. Robertson • John F. Root • Robert R. Roubadeaux • Harrison E. Sanders • Warren R. Sears • Donald W. Sego • Wilbert Slaughter
( Row Six )
Chester R. Smith • Robert U. Smith • James E. Sproles • John W. Stigall • John F. Stotts • Rawleigh Talbott • Harold J. Terrell • Jesse L. Thomas • James T. Thompson • Marvin D. Timms • William L. Torphy • George E. Trogdon • Adolph Turpen • Charles H. Waldron • Wendell White • Robert E. Willis
At the call of duty they did not falter and in the hour of death they knew no fear.
Erected 1950 by Lawrence County Memorial Chapter Gold Star Mothers.
Location. 38° 51.695′ N, 86° 29.017′ W. Marker is in Bedford, Indiana, in Lawrence County. Marker is on J Street south of 15th Street (U.S. 50), on the left when traveling south. Touch for map. Located on the West lawn of the Lawrence County Courthouse in Bedford, Indiana. Marker is in this post office area: Bedford IN 47421, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Lawrence County Korean Honor Roll (here, next to this marker); Lawrence County Vietnam Honor Roll (here, next to this marker); The Cornerstone of Freedom (here, next to this marker); Indiana Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars (a few steps from this marker); Lawrence County Soldiers Sailors and Pioneers Memorial (a few steps from this marker); Lawrence Park (within shouting distance of this marker); Site of the Bedford Branch of the State Bank of Indiana Bedford Courthouse Square Historic District (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Bedford.
Also see . . . Virtual Tour ( Courtesy - - Indiana Government web page). (Submitted on February 14, 2013, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
Categories. • War, World II •
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