Honor Roll

Honor Roll (HM1Y0)

Location: Rockville, IN 47872 Parke County
Country: United States of America

N 39° 45.739', W 87° 13.73'

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Defenders of Freedom

For God and Country

This votive tablet is dedicated to the honor of the men and women of Parke County, Indiana who answered the call of our Country in the Great World Wars, and especially to those who died that you and I might live; and to the Eternal Memory and Glory of the American Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines who sleep on the far flung beach-heads of the world's outposts, in obedience to the Command of the American People in order that the American Way of Life might survive.

1914? ? ? ? ? ? W. W. I? ? ? ? ? ? 1918
George Baird · Forrest N. Burns · Perley C. Carty · Lonnie Clore · Clifford T. Cox · Charles E. Daniels · Vivian B. Davies · George F. Dill · William A. Edminsten · James B. Fellenzer · August Hamm · Forrest K. Hobson · Henry E. Hopper · Maurice C. Irwin · William O. Isham · Gordon R. Jackson · Tony E. Kashon · Earl A. Litsey · Paul H. Long · Peter Lucak, Jr. · William R. Martin · Jesse H. Moore · Otis Morris · Floyd E. Nevins · Grover C. Price · William E. Robbins · William B. Settles · Onia L. Shoaf · Lloyd Shoemaker · Isaac C. Thompson · Vance Vestal · Earl R. Wakeland · James Williamson.

? ? ? ? ? ? 1941 - W. W. II? ? ? ? ? ? 1945
Homer J. Arnold, Jr. · Charles R. Bell · Frank A. Bovillez · James H. Coleman · Joseph W. Coy · Keith B. Delp · Fred P. Doyle · John Doyle · Richard Graham · Loren E. Grimm · Glen Puck · Malcolm Gross · Raymond E. Greene · Francis J. Hannes · Vance C. Harney · Harold W. Hart · Victor Hartman · John E. Havey · Vernon C. Hobbs · John L. Howard · Thomas E. Hunt · John M. Hurley · Charles W. Hutchenson · Thomas R. Irwin · Charles E. Jacks · Mervin A. Jackson · Thomas E. Jefferies · Eugene Lowe · Albert W. Lunsford · Charles W. Martin · Bruno M. Macko · Sherman L. Maurey · William D. Melton · Gerald E. Morgan · Woodrow W. Norman · Connie A. O'Hern · Donald H. Pawley · Charles Phelps · Walter E. Ratcliff · William R. Reed · Wilbur T. Reinoehl · Fred C. Smith, Jr. · Robert K. Smith · Warren L. Stump · Edward B. Larget · Paul J. Taylor · Joseph M. Thomas · Raymond C. Thomas · Fern M. Titus · Robert L. Trout · Francis W. Wood.

At the call of duty they did not falter and in the hour of death they knew no fear.
Their consecration to a bitter task and their sacrifice become our challenge to defend in peace as in war the dignity of free men everywhere. All men fear, but the brave put their fears down and go forward, sometimes to death but always to victory.
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HM NumberHM1Y0
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Year Placed1949
Placed ByParke County and Fellenzer Post 48 American Legion
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Friday, September 12th, 2014 at 7:49am PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 480399 N 4401402
Decimal Degrees39.76231667, -87.22883333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 39° 45.739', W 87° 13.73'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds39° 45' 44.34" N, 87° 13' 43.80" W
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Area Code(s)765
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 124 W Ohio St, Rockville IN 47872, US
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