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War Memorial

Today is Veteran’s Day

In the past, I have honored my veteran ancestors with a special post.

Today, I’m going to participate in the Honor Roll Project by transcribing the brass plate mounted in front of the Nemaha County Courthouse.

War Memorial

In Memory of the Persons who were killed in action from Nemaha County, Kansas

World War I

Anderson, Roy

Armstrong, David w.

Bell, Hilbert

Green, Robert G.

Gress, Joseph M

Healt, Arlington A.

Henry, Joseph

Horth, Harold

Jacobson, Clyde –???

Jones, Palmer

Largent, Harry

Levick, John W.

Markely, William N.

Masterson, Alva H.

McConell, Elmer

McDaniel, Everett

McDaniel, Guy

Meyer, John G.

Miller, Clyde C

Mills, Arthur L.

Moyer, Delbert M.

Nickodemus, Howard

Palmer, John

Rettele, Benedict H.

Root, Frank H.

Schumaker, Charles E.

Summers, william F.

Taylor, Earle W.

Thieme, Eitel F.

Second Column

World War II

Armstrong, Leroy

Allen, Ralph ???

Barrett, Lewis

Becker, Bernard

Bieri, George

Bieri, RIchard

Binder, Richard

Boeding, Joseph M

Boeding, Paul

Brown, Virgil

Dailey, John

Domer, Carol E.

Enneking, Joseph

Fund, Roy

Griffith, Robert

Guilford, William

Hunninghake, henry

Johnson, Joseph

Kellenberger, Galen

Kokenge, francis

Kohake, George

Long, Francis

Meyer, Earl

Moore, George

Nolte, Cyril

Rettele, Adrian

Rokey, Raymond

Schafer, Frank

Schultejans, Bernard

Third column

World War II

Shaw, Robert

Skinner, Haley

Smith, Jonas

Seringer, G. W. III

Strahm, Elgin

Tate, Moses

Wek, George

Welliver, Eldon

Winterscheidt, l.

Woltkamp, Raymond

Young, George

Korean War

Becker,Joseph

Reid, Patrick

Vietnam War

Luckert, Edward R.

Thompson, Cecil T.