Tyler County, West Virginia Military

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REVOLUTIONARY WAR
Tyler County in the American Revolution
1835 Pension Roll Extracts
Census of Pensioners, 1840
Pension File of William Bennett
Pension File of John Burdin/Burden
Pension File of James Cochran
Pension File of Richard Dotson
Pension File of Patrick Hanlin
Pension File of John Harris 2d
Pension File of David Heysham
Pension Summary, James Jack
Pension File of David Jacobs
Pension File of Jacob Lewis
Pension File of William McKay
Pension File of Thomas Rhodes
Pension File of Charles Swan
Pension File of Hezekiah Wade
Pension File of Thomas Weekley
Pension File of Richard Duckett Wells - Article, 1965 - Article, 1931
Pension File of Samuel Wheeler
Pension File of Jeremiah Williams


CIVIL WAR
 
Some Tyler County Civil War Dead
Tyler County Home Guards, Scouts & Militia
1883 Pensioners
 
Lived in, Enlisted in or Resided in Tyler County Pre-War
George & John Bucher - Both Died
Elias N. Delashmutt, Company "G" 37th Iowa Infantry - Born in Tyler County
John Forrester, Jr., Company "E" 10th W.Va. Infantry - Died
George & Thomas Coffield, 7th W.Va. Infantry - Both Died
John W. Garrison, Company "H" 1st W.Va. Infantry
William V. Nicklin, Company "C" 6th W.Va. Infantry
George W. Postlewait, Company "K" 1st W.Va. Infantry
John Roome, Company "A" 11th W.Va. Infantry
William Wilson, Company "H" 1st W.Va. Infantry - Died
Edward Jerome Yeck, Company "K" 1st W.Va. Infantry - Survived Andersonville
 
Resided in Tyler County Postwar
Philip H. K. Hensell, Company "G" 187th Ohio Volunteer Infantry


WORLD WAR I
Soldiers of the Great War, West Virginia
314th Field Artillery - Book
314th Field Artillery - Supply Company
Pfc Alvey Herman Adams, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Robert Herman Bell, Died of Pneumonia, Camp Lee, Va. - U. S. Army
Pvt Wilbur L. Bennett, Died of Pneumonia, England - U. S. Army
Pvt James Filmore Brown, Died of Poison Gas, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Earl Coe, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pvt James Irving Dodd, KIA, France - U. S. Marine Corps
Pvt Wilfred Glen Grove, Died of Pneumonia - U. S. Army
Pvt Floyd Alvin Hickman, Died of Wounds, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Jack Albert Morrissey, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Clarence Mozena, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Seaman 2nd Class Jesse E. Myers, Died of Pneumonia, Va. - U. S. Navy
Pvt William Boyd Pyles, Died of Pneumonia, Camp Lee, Va. - U. S. Army
Pvt John Bryan Richeson, Died of Influenza, Camp Lee, Va. - U. S. Army
Pvt Clarence Odel Tennant, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Grover Martin Thorn, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Sgt William L. Travis, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pvt Ansel "Ray" Weekley, KIA, France - U. S. Army


WORLD WAR II
Tyler County World War II Dead & Missing, 1946
Pvt William Arthur Baker, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Pvt Robert Eugene Bowen, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
2nd Lt. Joseph Archer Broadwater, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Pvt Ceford C. Campbell, KIA, Normandy - TYLER COUNTY???
T/Sgt David Wright Cave, KIA, Italy - U. S. Army
Pfc Edwin Ervin Clark, KIA, France - U. S. Army
RM3 Joseph Warren Fockler, KIA, S China Sea - U. S. Navy
Cpl Robert Lawrence Folger, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Lt. Braxton Harel Freeland, KIA, Saipan - U. S. Army
James Willard Frye, Died Non-Battle, California - U. S. Army
S/Sgt Emmet Ray Gatrell, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pfc Louis Lemoyne Gorrell, KIA, Europe - U. S. Army
Sgt James Howard Hartmann, KIA, Belgium - U. S. Army
Pvt Lawrence James Haught, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pfc Arley Dale Henderson, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Sgt Robert Lee Herbold, KIA, Saipan - U.S.M.C.
2nd Lt. Oakley Eugene Hess, Died in Plane Crash, Newfoundland - U. S. Army
S/Sgt Donald Lewis Hissom, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Pvt Jernwood Leek, KIA, Italy - U. S. Army
Pvt Joseph Melton Markley, KIA, Belgium - U. S. Army
Cpl William Kester Miller, Died of Wounds - U. S. Army
Paul Harding Nuzum, KIA Philippines - U. S. Army
Ruben Opel Orr, Died of Wounds - U. S. Army
Johnny B. Owens, KIA - U. S. Army
Pvt Peters A. Peters, Drowned, Maryland - U. S. Army
Cpl Walter Ray Pryor, Died of Diptheria, S. W. Pacific - U. S. Army
T/5 Clem Lemoyne Reed, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Sgt Marvin Ford Richardson, KIA, England - U. S. Army
Capt Raymond Graydon Ripley, KIA, Philippines - U. S. Army
PM2C Robert Warren Robinson, KIA, Pearl Harbor - U. S. Navy
Pfc Willis Paul Rush, KIA, Peleliu Island - U. S. Army
Pvt William Don Saffel, KIA, Normandy - U. S. Army
Sgt William Eugene Schau, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Sc3c Buster Benton Seckman, KIA, Solomon Islands - U. S. Navy
PFC James Russell Sellers, KIA, France - U. S. Army
S/Sgt Carl Edward Smith, KIA, India - U. S. Army
Pfc Carlton Meredith Spencer, KIA, Place Unknown - U. S. Army
S/Sgt Charles Henry Spencer, Jr., KIA, Alaska - U. S. Army
Pvt Lloyd S. Spencer, KIA, Algeria - U. S. Army
S2c Billy Gene Stoneking, Died in Auto Accident, Calif. - U. S. Navy
Pvt Lloyd S. Spencer, KIA, Algeria - U. S. Army
Pfc Charles Russell Summers, Died of Wounds, Germany - U. S. Army
1st Lt Wm. Elmer Taylor, KIA, Africa - TYLER COUNTY???
Sgt Denver Thompson, DNB, France - U. S. Army
Pvt George Lewis Warman, Died of Wounds - U. S. Army
1st Lt. Clarence Burl Warner, KIA, France - U. S. Army
T/5 Norman Oswald Weekley, KIA, France - U. S. Army
Pfc William Frank Weekley, KIA, Germany - U. S. Army
Pfc Charles Albert Wells, Died in Jeep Accident, Saipan - U. S. Army
Pfc William Dale Wharton, KIA, North Africa - U. S. Army
Cpl James Frame Williams, Died of Wounds, Germany - U. S. Army
Pfc Wayne Chester Williams, KIA, N. Mariana Islands - U. S. Army
Sgt Clifford Wayne Yost, Killed in B-24 Crash, Morocco - U. S. Army


KOREAN WAR
U. S. Military Fatal Casualties of the Korean War, West Virginia
Korean War Monument Dedication, 2001
S. Sergeant John Samuel Bettem, WWII, KIA Korea - U. S. Army
PFC Charles T. Headley, KIA Korea - U. S. Army
PFC William F. Michael, KIA Korea - U. S. Army
Robert Lee Skaggs, USN, Died in Accident - U. S. Navy
Pvt. Forrest Finley Smith, Killed In Helicopter Crash, Korea - U. S. Army


VIETNAM WAR
U.S. Military Fatal Casualties of the Vietnam War, West Virginia
Lance Cpl Joseph Marion Light, Killed In Action, Vietnam - U.S.M.C.
Sgt. Major Donald Everett Pierpoint, Drowned in South Vietnam - U. S. Army
PFC John Edward Roberts, Jr., Killed In Action, Vietnam - U.S.M.C.
Capt. Homer Leroy Smith, Died in Captivity, Vietnam - U. S. Navy
Spec. 4 Billy Dean Thomas, Died of Wounds, Vietnam - U. S. Army
PFC Charles David Wadsworth, Killed In Action, Vietnam - U. S. Army
Cpl Gary Wayne Weekley, Killed In Action, Vietnam - U. S. Army


MISCELLANEOUS
West Virginia Medal of Honor Recipients

 

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