Military Information - Fannin County, Texas
Fannin County TXGenWeb
Military Links

Ladnor Moore was instructor at Jones Field
Photograph from Lad Moore Jr.
Bonham Blaster


check here for online information


 Fannin County War Losses
Lists from ALL Wars

Free Lookups!
Revolutionary War Records
Volunteers from the society of the Daughters
of the American Revolution ( DAR)
Will do lookups! These volunteers will do lookups
in their databases and records! Just post to their Board

Spanish - American War

If you live in Texas or in anystate that supports free databases through your
public library, Heritage Quest is part of that (Usually). Heritage Quest contains
all the pension records of the Rev. War. They are actual scanned images.
In Texas the database system is called Texshare. Ask your reference librarian
on how to get the password and login. Also all census images are in the Texshare

From the Ladonia Newspapers
from Debbie Crofford

Texas Adjutant General Service Records 1836-1935
Republic of Texas Claims Search

War Between the States Records--
Fannin County

WWI Links & Data

Jerri Sudderth will do lookups in the book of:  "The Men and Women in the World War II   from Fannin County"

Fannin County Homefront
Service Personnel Not Recovered Following World War II
Online World War II Indexes, Records and Databases

Jones Field and the Auxiliary fields in 
Fannin County
Jones Field Website

Please send in photos of Jones Field and any photos of WWI or II , or photos showing the local war effort.

Certificate of Honor from the Mayor R.B. Self of Honey Grove
to James Burroughs Merritt for his service.  dated Apr. 7th, 1943
Commissioners listed on the certificate are:
Frank Welch
J.T.Dobbs, Chief of Police
J.M. Thompson, City Clerk
Dr. J.J. Cappleman , City Health Officer

WWII Memorabilia
--Fannin County
Military Service & the Home Front
Dad's War
Finding and Telling Your Father's 
World War II Story
National WWII Memorial Information
 Gober Citizens who served their country.
In All Wars &  In Peace

Bibliography for WWII, Korea Books

The Long  Look: The Out OF The Ordinary Life of
David W. Ray
by John R. Erickson and David W. Ray
            Maverick Books , Inc Box 547 ,Perryton, Texas 79070
            copyright 1987
                  Besides his remarkable life growing up near Savoy he
            was a Chaplain in WWII  in France and Germany , moving
            along with Our Soldiers to Victory.
            This book is a very inspiring look at life from Boyhood to 
            his late years. He and his family has quite a history in the Missionary field.

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