Military Heros

Milstead Military Heros

with gratitude


World War I


Charles Douglas Granger


World War II

  Rockdale County World War II Casualties  
  Monroe Butler  
  Grady Conners  
  Harold E. Daniel  
  James Daniel  
  Grover Foster  
  Lieutenant William A. Henson, II   [tombstone]  
  Clyde Maddox  
  Roger Mills, Jr.  
  Reuben Norton  
  Ernest Robinson  
  Billy J. Shaw  
  Charles C. Shaw  
  Grady C. Shaw, Jr.  
  and Jack K. Shaw was too young but looked up to his older brothers  
  James E. Shaw  
  Lyndon Shaw  
  Grady Young  
  Jake Young  
  Lewis Young  
  Plug Young  
  Korean War and Korean War era  
  Hewood Day - Awarded Purple Heart  
  Ronnie Foster  
  Speck Kaiser  
  T. W. Maddox  
  Wilbur Mulcky  
   Billy Norton  
  Max Norton  
  Tip Stancil  
  Anthony Young - Korean and Vietnam eras  
  Bud Young   
  Charles Young  
  Grady Young  
  Vietnam War and Vietnam War era  
  Galen Foster  
  Larry Hancock  
  Tommy Knight  
  Danny Dean McGee  
  Frank Robinson  
  Dwain Young  
  Desert Storm  
  War on Terrorism  
  Joshua Hearn - my son - another page of pictures - page 3  
  Major Michael Maddox - page 2 - page 3  
  Memorial Day Tribute 2004 - courtesy of Larry and Patty Hancock  


'And [this day] shall ne'er go by from this day until the ending of the world but we in it shall be remembered. We few, we happy few, we band of brothers. For he today who sheds his blood with me shall be my brother. Be he ne'er so vile, this day shall gentle his condition, and gentlemen in England now abed shall think themselves accursed they were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whilst any speaks, that fought with us [snip]!'

~ William Shakespeare, Henry V, Act IV, Scene III

~ King Henry V, addressing the troops





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