Divider Line
Those Who Served
Surname - H & I - Index
HAINES, Charles Wallace
Co D Hospital Corps USN - Died at Great Lakes IL - 27 March 1898 - 6 Jun 1917 - Buried at Samuel Taylor Cemetery
Contributed by Billie Browning

The following V Mail letter from Cpl. Kester W. Harpole to the Nebo Victory Club will be of interest to everyone.
Nurenburg, Ger. August 9, 1945
Thanks for the gift. It arrived on my birthday and will be very useful. I cannot think of words to express my appreciation of all the gifts, letters and papers I have received from the Club, and of the Memorial park you are building for the men in service. It is wonderful to think of returning to a home where people are working together for a peaceful future. Prisoners are being released every day from our cage. They are going back and don't know if they have a home or family to return to or not. Quite a contrast, I think. I am O.K. and in the best of health. Of course I am like all the others, just wondering how soon I can return home. Seems ages since I saw Nebo last. We have plenty of food and everything, though conservation doesn't permit any waste over here. Thanks to all members and supporters of the Club. Keep the good work up.
Best Wishes, Ket
Submitted from Fannie Guthrie Buchanan's scrapbook by Kathy Robinson and Carolyne Conner Puskas.

HALL, Raymond
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson

Contributed by Delaine Donaldson

Howard Henthorn was home last week to spend a brief furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henthorn at Baylis. He recently finished his boot training at Farragut, Idaho, and returned there to be assigned to duty. He has a brother, Charles who is a paratrooper, somewhere in the South Pacific.
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson - Pike County Democrat-Times (Pittsfield, Illinois) December 29, 1943

HILL, John J.
John J. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill of Ross township, was discharged from the United States Marine Corps, June 5. He enlisted in the service February 7, 1944 and was sent to San Diego, Calif., and then transferred to the Hawiian Islands for further training. He spent the last seven months in service at Sasebo, Japan. (Discharged)
Contributed by Billie Browning / John Thomas

HOOPER, Loren Charles
Missouri TEC5 2891 OM Gas Supply Co. - WW II - 22 November 1909 - 24 March 1965 - Buried at Park Lawn Cemetery
Contributed by Billie Browning

HYDE, Robert C.
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson - Independent Press