Those Who Have Served

Links and pictures of those who have served so bravely.

Wall of Honor - Veteran Photos

James "Nimmy" Bell - Born October 13, 1926 in Wayne Co, KY
 to James Everett Bell and Lou Etta Denney Bell.  His service time
 was with the US Army from Dec 1944 to Feb 1947.  He served in
Korea during the Southern Philippines Campaign.  His specialty
was a truck driver and rifleman with proficiencies with Rifle, M1,
and MKM.  He received the Asiatic Campaign with one bronze star,
a good conduct medal, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon, and the
World War II Victory Medal. - Submitted by daughter Velma L. Gooden

Edmund "Ted" Gregory - (1922 - 1978) The son of Emberson and
Sallie Lewis Gregory born in Wayne Co, KY. Ted served in both
WW II and the Korean Conflict. The return address found on an
old letter states that he was assigned to the 363rd Anti-Aircraft
Artillery Sl. Bn (SEM, Battery B). Uncle Ted never married, he is
buried in Pierceton, IN. - Submitted by niece Marilyn Gregory Fisher

William D. Lowe - According to William's military documents,
he was 5' 9" tall, light complexion, and blue eyes.
His occupation was listed as a farmer.
(William enlisted in the Union Army as a private and was elected to be
2nd Lieutenant November 3, 1862. He was discharged as a Captain.)
William D. Lowe is listed as the third person on the:
NAME: William D. Lowe, RANK: 2d Lieutenant
ENROLLED: Nov. 2, '62
Tombstone info: Capt. WM. D. LOWE, CC.E. 13th KY. CAV.
Epitaph on tombstone:
This monument honors a soldier who fought to save the union.
Submitted by Betty Lowe Hatter

John Simpson Ramsey - Pvt. Union Army,
served in the 32 Kentucky Inf. John was born in Wayne County
in 1835, son of John Ramsey Jr. He died in Randolph Co.
Missouri in 1911.
Submitted by Bill Ramsey, ggGrandson

Family Remembered on Memorial Day

Soldiers of the Great War
Fallen Wayne Co, KY Soldiers in WW I

Civil War Links