Hartford City in Blackford County, Indiana — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Blackford County W.W. I Honor Roll
Spirit of The American Doughboy
(( Front of Base ))
Those from Blackford County who
answered their Countrys call in the
Apr. 6th 1917 to Nov. 11th 1918.
(( Obverse of Base ))
When the Service Flag has faded,
and the hands that it caressed
have been folded calm and peaceful
on each Mothers loving breast,
Then, “the Torch they passed unto us“
we will bear forever on,
with our lives we will defend it – we,
like they, will “Carry On.”
(( Front ))
--*-- Honor Roll --*--
★ == Died in Service
( Row One )
Asa Abshire Harry Ackers Henry Alberding Robert C. Alexander Edward L. Allen Guy R. Amsden Chas. A. Anderson W. Otis Anderson Louis L. Andre Clarence Arnold Ferdinand S. Badt Clarence E. Bales Parnell E. Bales Charles J. Balle Walter C. Ballenger Claud P. Bantz Chas. Barrett Chas Bartlett Raymond Barnhouse Charles I. Batler John Bauer Merl D. Baxter James A. Bedwell Louis M. Beebe Floyd Beeks Willard T. Bell Harold M. Bennett Charles C. Bennett Cecil Beeson Lester Beeson James Beeson Charles Binkley Virgil Birum Clarence
( Row Two )
Howard F. Brown Donald Brushwiller Herbert L. Buckles Glen Buckles E. J. Buckley F. P. Buckley Harrold Buckmaster Orva Bugh W. A. Burns John F. Burnworth Burr U. Burson Harry Bush Warren Bush Wesley Bush Frank D. Butcher John R. Butcher David L. Cable George F. Cain Charles H. Cain Newton M. Campbell Harry Campbell Wilton Campbell Azro Cappabucco Russell Carmichael James A. Carr Walter M. Casterline Dewey Chalfant Ivan Chalfant Harley Chaney Alva Chapman Burr Chapman Jasper Chapman Tracy Chapman Vincent J. Cheney Alva E. Cheney Fred Cheney Ferman Chrisner Frank Chrzan Elijah Chrzan M. A. Clapper John B. Clark Herbert E. Clark Robert H. Clark Ed. Clark Blair Claytor Harry
( Row Three )
Charles Daily Chester Dalton Raymond Davis Glen Dawley Paul Dawson Horace Dawson John A. Dee Maurice Dee Frank Denning Benjamin DeWees Daniel DeWitt Ennis Dick Jack Dolan Emory Doster Clyde Doty Harry Dougherty Ralph Dowell James H. Drelen Thomas DuJardin Luther Ellis George A. Elliott Edgar Elliott William B. Ely James Emshwiller Marion Emshwiller Carl Englehart Clarence Euphrat Lester Evans Orval C. Everett Frank Everhart Floyd Everhart Charles W. Fager Charles Fair Edward Farr Mark W. Fees Clifford Fees Ray Fierce Harry W. Fisher Marion Flatter Russell Flatter Walter Fleming Don H. Flinn William Florence Albert Ford Earl Ford Fred Foreman George Foreman Alva Foust John Franklin Earl Frye Scott Fulton Charles L. Futrell Philip Gable John T. Gable Wirth Gadbury Clarence Gaier Jos. H. Gardiner Grant Gardner Clarence Garrett Von Garrett Walter F. Garrett William A. Garrison
(( Right Side ))
Arthur Gotschall ★ Wm. Goodwin Raoul Goosen Harley Graff ★ Elias Weart Gray Dallas H. Gray Grover Griffith Joseph Grist Edward Groves Albert Groves Charles E. Gross Herbert Gucker John G. Guignard Chancy Gunkel David E. Haag James C. Hackney John M. Hackney Walter Haddon Felix Hall Emil Hambene Lee W. Haney James L. Harley William Harley Clyde K. Harris Guy Harris Alvin Hart Jesse Hart E. L. Hart Robert B. Harvey Lewis Havens Chauncey Hawk Ray Otto Hawk Ernest Hawkins Howard Haws P. H. Hawthorne Arlus M. Hammack John Henderson Henry M. Herbel R. C. Herrin Don Hines Raymond Hines Peter Hoffman Fred Hogan E. C. Hollingshead W. A. Hollis Harry R. Holloway Orville Holloway Herbert E. Honey James Hornbaker Harry Horton Harold Hosmer Edgar Howell George Howell Joseph Howell Claud S. Hoy Virgil Hook Clarence Hufer Fred K. Huffman Charles O. Huffman Ernest Hughes James B. Hughes Gilbert Huggins Paul C. Huggins James Hummer Charles I. Humphrey C. R. Hunt Willard Hunt Fred Isenhart C. A. Jackson Sherman Jackson Arthur Jamison Orlo Jarnigan Clifford Jetmore George Jetmore Alfred Jones Dewey Jones Lester Jones
( Plaque on Base )
John Ballenger Guy Brock Louis Breedlove Firmin Chrismer Fred Cortright Leo Dodds James Garrett Clifford Messler Walter Monfort Ernie McEldowney
(( Obverse Side ))
( Row One )
Fred Johnson Raymond Johnson Thomas Johnson Jesse Johnson Clyde Kegerreis DeVoss Regerreis June Kegerreis Raymond Kegerreis Walter Kemp Harry King Ila Kirkpatrick Chas. F. Kirkpatrick Wm. C. Kirkwood Lloyd Kitt Ervin Knecht ★ Joseph C. Knecht Henry E. Knife Henry A. Knight Ralph Knoderer Walter L. Knox Walter Lacy William Lance Jesse Landis John Landis Oscar Lane Jules Lambiotte George Lambiotte Clarence Lanning James Lanning Millard Lea Caddy Twirell Leahy Paul Ledbetter Daniel Legg Carl Lewis Lucius Lewis John A. Lieber Leo V. Lillibridge Clayton Long Vaughn Long Walter Love Adelma Lupton Frederick Lupton Cale Lynn Jesse Lynn Jesse McAtee Wm. McCallister ★ Charles J. McColly Pliny J. McCullick Earl F. McDonald Robert A. Maddox Elmer Maddox Harry A. Maddox Hurel Maddox Raymond Maddox Robert Maddox Grace Maddox Charles E. Markel Henry Markins James Markins Walter Markins Lee Marley Henry Martin
( Row Two )
Samuel R. Mills George Misservia Ford Mitchell D. T. Mitchell M. F. Mitchell G. F. Mitchell Russell Moler Francis Morse Henry Morris Homer Morris Walter L. Morris William H. Mowyer ★ Paul O. E. Moyer Harry L. Moore Clyde L. Moore Walter M. Myers Clyde A. Neff Sabin Neff E. H. Nelson James H. Nevergall Floyd Newlin Harold Needler Montelle Neeler Norman Niece Ralph Niece Earl J. Nipp Harry C. Nipp Harry North Arthur Norton William J. Norton John OConnell Samuel ODell Charles N. Ochiltree Herschel Ogden Fred Oliver Joseph A. Oren Ivan Overman J. C. Overman Frank Overmeyer George Overmeyer Jerry Overmeyer Carl Oxley Fred Palmer Jay Palmer Donald Pancoast Crystal Parks Harley E. Patterson Clarence Pattison Clayton Pattison Alfred Pateaux Ernest Perry Melvin Peterson Fred Pettit Chester Phillips Harley Phillips Chester Pierson Douglas Pierson O. R. Pilot Harry Pope Carl Poulson Harold E.
( Row Three )
Guy Richardson G. C. Richenbaugh Don Riggs Harry Riley ★ Paul Rinard Phanuel Risinger William L. Ritter Ray C. Robinson Jesse Roby R. M. Roderick Vernon Roderick Harry Roether Oscar Rogers William B. Rosenbaum Samuel Roth William T. Root Howard H. Sage John Schmidt Roy Schmidt Luther Schmidt Urban D. Schug Edward Schumacher Lloyd Schumacher Guy R. Sears Paul E. Sears Grant Sebring Otis Sebring Ellis Sechman Charles A. Sellers Gus Senecal Cloid Shade Ralph Shadle Ralph B. Shadle John H. Sharp Ralph A. Shawhan Clara Sheldon James Shelton George E. Sherry Lawson Shields Lawrence Shields Albert Shinn Clarence Shrack James Shull R. J. Sidey Walter Sills Joseph E. Sills Victor H. Simmons Clark Skinner Harry Sloan Carl B. Smith Claud G. Smith Earl C. Smith Fred A. Smith ★ Fermin R. Smith John C. Smith Joseph Smith Roy D. Smith Grover
( Plaque on Base )
Albert Hawn Robert Hirsch Albert L. Jones Clarence Lambert Asa Marine
(( Left Side ))
James H. Stroup Paul V. Stump James D. Sturgis Franklin StJohn Fred Sutton Hobart Sutton Samuel Tait Earl Tatman Thomas B. Taylor Harry Templeton Marion Thomas Joseph G. Thornburg Frank Thornburg Charles Timmons Joseph Timmons C. R. Tipsword Hiram Towns Nelson C. Townsend James Trant Ralph Trussel Claude Tucker G. W. Tudor William Tudor G. C. Turner Richard Twible Edgar M. Twible William S. Twibell John T. VanKirk Russell W. VanKirk Fred Veneman Francis Vetow Forest Vetow Herbert Wagner Henry Walker Roll Walker Chester Walser Frank Walsmith Ralph Ward Henry C. Warner Joseph Waters Acil L. Waters Delbert Watkins Walter Watkins John A. Weaver Carl Weidner Charles Weidner William Weidner Peter Welch
( Plaque on Base )
Oscar R. Rogers Roy Smith Fred Stewart Harry Taylor James Taylor Ralph D. Thornburg Edgar Tyner Robert Twibell Charles Young
Marker series. This marker is included in the Spirit of the American Doughboy - E. M. Viquesney marker series.
Location. 40° 27.12′ N, 85° 22.057′ W. Marker is in Hartford City, Indiana, in Blackford County. Marker is at the intersection of North Jefferson Street and Main Street, on the left when traveling north on North Jefferson Street. Touch for map. Located on the North/East corner lawn of the Blackford County Courthouse in Hartford City, Indiana. Marker is in this post office area: Hartford City IN 47348, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. Blackford County Korea & Vietnam Honor Rolls (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County W.W. II Honor Roll (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County Courthouse (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County Revolutionary War Heroes (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Cumberland Covered Bridge (approx. 7.6 miles away); First Indiana Gas Well (approx. 7.7 miles away); Covered Bridge (approx. 7.8 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Hartford City.
Also see . . .
1. Hartford City, IN, Doughboy ::. This website also contains information on all known Viquesney Doughboys (there are about 140 of them throughout the U.S.); however the link refers only to the one at Hartford City, IN. (Submitted on April 10, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
2. "The History behind the Doughboy" ::. (Courtesy:: Karen Gardnerl in Emmitsburg, Maryland, Area Historical Society publication.) Originally published in 1991 this link gives a good history and other links - well worth the search and read. (Submitted on April 10, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
3. Who are "Doughboy" Searchers??::. This web site gives more detailed history, (Submitted on April 10, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
4. Virtual Tour ( Courtesy - - Indiana Government web page). (Submitted on February 11, 2013, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
Categories. • War, World I •
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