east nashville high veterans
EAST NASHVILLE HIGH VETERANS 1930
NAME GRAD YR BRANCH TIME WAR STATUS MISC
Joseph Crane   34 Navy     D Served 4 years.
Lee Roy Cummings   34 Army     D  
Robert Donald Goodlett, III   34 Army   WWII D  
Ray G. Payne   34 Army, Air Force National Guard 1945-1946
1954-1957
WWII D Occupied Germany 1945-1946. Chemical Warfare. Fireman in AFNG
Rye Payne   34 Navy 1944-1946 WWII D SUSS Allen (DD66), USS Beryl (PY23) Radioman
Frank Jennings Cope   35 Air Force     D  
Edmund Pardue   35     WWII D KIA
John Bingham   36   1942-1946 WWII D He was deployed to the South Pacific, rank of Sgt., then to North Pacific as an officer, rank of 1st Lieutenant. Afte
Frank Hartwell Bolton    36 Navy   WWII D Lieutenant. Buried in Arlington Cemetery
Ross Hamilton Calvert, Jr.    36 Arny 1941-? WWII D POW. After combat in Italy and France, he was captured and became a POW. After an escape and recapture, Calvert was liberated from the POW camp at Hammelburg, Germany. He was awarded, among others, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star, the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Purple Heart for his actions in combat. He was a member of the Society of the Third Infantry Division, the American Ex-Prisoners of War-James S. Hale Memorial Chapter, and the Order of Daedalians.
James Hollis Clayton   36 Navy   WWII D  
Frank E. Glasscock, Jr.   36     WWII D  
Robert Jones   36 Army   WWII D KIA, PFC
Douglas James Lockheardt   36 Marines   WWII D Killed in a training accident in the U.S attempting to parachute from a flaming plane
Paul Dallas Sharpe   36 Army   WWII D Sgt. KIA at the Battle of the Bulge. 2 Bronze Stars, 1 Silver Star, purple hearts
Horace Hill Spicer   36 Army     D  
Walter Ray Andrews   37 Army   WWII D Master Sergeant. European Theatre
Roy Foster Buck   37 Air Force   WWII D Distinguished Flying Cross and Air medal with Clusters
Jack Peyton Gannon   37 Air Force   WWII D Lt. Colonel. Pacific Theatre. retired from the Air Force, where he served for 21 years. A pilot, Gannon was the winner of the Air Force Commendation Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, American Defense Service Medal and Armed Forces Reserve Medal.
George Albert Guess, Jr.   37 Navy     D Radioman
Alex Kirkland Hamric   37 Army   WWII D KIA-1 Lieutenant, Shot down in Mediterranean-P-38 Fighter Pilot, 95th Fighter Squadron, 82nd Fighter Group, 12th Air Force
Jewell Martin   37 Navy   WWII D Made a career of the Navy
Edward Ewing "Buck" McGill   37 Army   WWII D KIA in a B-17 Crash at Cave Hill, Belfast Ireland, S sergeant
Eugene Payne   37 Army   WWII D Died non-battle, Private
Frank Joseph Swint, Jr.   37 Navy   WWII D Killed in non-combat, Lieutenant
Lawrence "Larry" Bernice Beck   38 Army Air Corps 1942   D Electronic Field Engineer/Communications Specialist
John "Jack" Bryan   38 Army 1941-1945 WWII  D Pacific Theatre/Eniwetok, Okinawa, Saipan, Sgt. 27th Infantry Division, 106th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Company L
Ralph Grigg Bullard   38 Army   WWII & Korea D 1st Sargeant. Silver Sar, BSM, OLC and Purple Heart. Buried in Arlington Cemetery.
Hayden Clements   38 Army   WWII D Communications Specialist.
Lawrence Alvin Goldsby   38 Army   WWII D 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in training accident in U.S.
W. H. Lancaster   38 Army Air Corps   WWII D T Sgt., KIA, Bomb Group
William Clifton Wilson   38 Army       He served 4 1/2 years as instruction in a paratrooper division of the Airborne Infantry in Ft. Benning, GA.
C. O. Wynne   38 Army   WWII D Korea and Vietnam.He was honorably retired as a Command Sergeant Major after serving twenty-two years in the Army and being awarded The Bronze Star Medal, the Department of Defense Commendation, the Army Commendation Medal, and the Army Good Conduct Medal (six times) as well as numerous service ribbons
Russell Allen   39     WWII D Pacific
Ernest Bennett   39 Army 1942-1945 WWII D  
Anthony Thomas Cook   39     WWII D  
Roy Theodore Englert   39 Army   WWII 1 European Theatre, Japan
Phillip Fuqua   39 Army 1942   D  
Norman Frost Greek  39     WWII D KIA in plane crash over Saipan, P-47 Thunderbolt Pilot
John Bridges Lindsley   39 Army     1 Served 3 years. Spent 30 months in Europe. American Service Bureau
Miles Conrad Matthews   39 Army   WWII D army Nurse Corp
Hugh Mott   39 Army   WWII D Major General. Awarded Distinguished Service Cross for his actions as part of the 9th Engineer Battalion in the capture of the Lundendorff Bridge on Mary 7, 1945
Frank Whithorne Roberts   39     WWII D KIA
John Luther Smith   39 Air Force     D Colonel
Phillip Whitley   39 Army     D Lieutenant
James Woolfolk   39 Army   WWII D Served in Germany and Japan
             
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