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Ellis County WWII soldiers killed in action

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Lists and research courtesy of Perry Giles

Donald J. Stanford
Red Oak, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash - California, Mar. 3, 1941
James D. Smith
Mt. Peak, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash - Oklahoma, Sept. 28, 1941
Darrow M. Davenport
Waxahachie & Midlothian, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle 1941
Lester C. Ward
Rockett, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Oct. 18, 1941
Joseph J. Backloupe
Ennis, U.S. Army Engineers, Killed in Plane Crash - Panama, Dec. 12, 1941
Alphonso C. Marchbanks
Waxahachie & Nash, Royal Air Force, Killed in Action - Singapore, Jan. 20, 1942
Earnest L. Fields
Midlothian, U.S. Navy, USS Langley, Killed in Action – Java Sea, Feb. 27, 1942
G. P. Morgan
Italy, U.S. Navy, Killed in Action – South Pacific, Mar. 1, 1942
Donald D. Skillen
Midlothian, U.S. Navy, USS Pillsbury, Killed in Action – Java Sea, Mar. 1, 1942
Lester Curts
Ovilla, U.S. Army, Died in training, Apr. 21, 1942
Frank Sybert
Italy, Army Air Force, Killed in Action - Philippines, Apr. 30, 1942
Maurice Hamilton
Ferris, U.S. Army Engineer, Killed in Accident – Alaska Highway, May 11, 1942
Allen F. Sills
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died in Japanese POW Camp, May 30, 1942
David G. Stone
Waxahachie, U.S. Navy, Lost at Sea in Plane Crash – North Atlantic, June 3, 1942
Burton H. Coleman
Maypearl, U.S. Army Chaplain, Killed in Train Accident, June 7, 1942
Henry A. Myers, Jr.
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Plane Crash – England, July 26, 1942
William I. Berrier
Maypearl, U.S. Army, Died in Japanese POW Camp - Philippines, Oct. 24, 1942
Boyce M. Nelson
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Oct. 30, 1942
Emory D. Barton
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash – Florida, Oct. 31, 1942
Thomas H. Williams Jr.
Waxahachie, U.S. Navy, Killed in Action – South Pacific, Nov. 13, 1942
John W. Crow
Waxahachie & Milford, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Buna, New Guinea, Nov. 20, 1942
Charles M. Aycock
Plum Grove, U.S. Army, Died in Japanese POW Camp – Philippines, Nov. 28, 1942
James G. Kirkpatrick
Maypearl, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash – Iowa, Nov. 30, 1942
Reginald D. Tolar
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash - California, Dec. 22, 1942
Emil F. Trojacek
Telico, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Buna, New Guinea, Dec. 31, 1942
Herman T. Shaw
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – New Guinea, Jan. 8, 1943
Johnnie A. Mack
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Jan. 17, 1943
Harry O. Green
Forreston, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Europe, Mar. 7, 1943
George Dixon
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Mar. 13, 1943
Bernice W. Bradley
Milford, U.S. Navy, Died from Sudden Illness - Utah, Mar. 24, 1943
Marion R. Mitchell
Avalon & Italy, U.S. Navy, Killed in Action – North Atlantic, Apr. 6, 1943
Charles W. Ritchie
Palmer, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – North Africa, Apr. 10, 1943
James T. Ham
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Accident – California, Apr. 26, 1943
F. Nesmith Jackson
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash – Wyoming, May 4, 1943
Robert S. Youngblood, Jr.
Ferris, U.S. Navy, Killed in Training, Plane Crash – Washington, May 12, 1943
Bennie F. (Ross) Jones
Forreston & Waxahachie, U.S. Navy, Lost at Sea – North Atlantic, May 17, 1943
Leon Menges
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Died in Japanese POW Camp – Philippines, June 29, 1943
Clinton H. Greene
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Sicily, July 9, 1943
Olin C. Trull
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Died in Training – Florida, July 27, 1943
Cecil W. Manning
Waxahachie & Howard, U.S. Army, Killed in North Africa, Aug. 1, 1943
Marion L. Handley
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Accident – Florida, Aug. 6, 1943
Cecil E. Barker
Crisp & Palmer, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – North Africa, Aug. 11, 1943
John C. Edwards
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Sicily, Aug. 16, 1943
Edward Steadham Jr.
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Aug. 29, 1943
Will A. Yates
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Mediterranean, Sept. 4, 1943
Harris W. Winford
Palmer, U.S. Army, Killed in Accident – Trinidad, Sept. 15, 1943
Cecil M. Tollerson
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action, Sept. 18, 1943
Myron F. Rogers
Ennis, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Plane Crash – Texas, Sept. 18, 1943
John W. Williams
Milford, Army Air Force, Killed in Plane Crash Training New Pilots – Florida, Sept. 19, 1943
Andy W. Perkins
Italy, U.S. Army, Died of Wounds in Italy, Sept. 23, 1943
John B. Bailey
Ennis, U.S. Navy, Lost in Submarine Service near Japan, Oct. 11, 1943
Nimrod S. Shipp
Sardis, Merchant Marine, Killed in Ship Collision at Sea, Oct. 20, 1943
J. L. Graves
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Action near Portugal, Oct. 25, 1943
Frank Townsell
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Nov. 11, 1943
Edward Collard
Alma, U.S. Army, Died from Tropical Fever contracted in New Guinea, Nov. 13, 1943
Richard W. Love
Midlothian, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash –Del Rio, TX, Nov. 24, 1943
Whittington H. Nichols, Jr.
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash, Nov. 31, 1943
Oscar C. Bratcher
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action at Cassino, Italy, Dec. 15, 1943
Samuel D. Dillard
Midlothian, Army Air Force, Killed in Plane Crash – Brazil, Jan. 22, 1944
John M. Gallman
Italy, Army Air Force, Killed in Accident – England, Feb. 1, 1944
George M. Goddard Jr.
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Germany, Feb. 22, 1944
Columbus M. Collins
Palmer, U.S. Army, Died in Japanese POW Camp, Feb. 28, 1944
Horace W. Armstrong
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Italy, Mar. 5, 1944
Jack C. Davis
Ferris, U.S. Army, Killed in Action, Mar. 9, 1944
Acklee Creed
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action on Bougainville, Mar. 16, 1944
Edgar P. Muirhead
Lone Elm, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Europe, Mar. 16, 1944
Basilio Garcia
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Killed in Action, Apr. 16, 1944
John J. Zhanel
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died from Wounds at Salerno, Italy, Apr. 21, 1944
Edwin F. Vrla
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over France, Apr. 29, 1944
Newton F. Callaway
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, May 1, 1944
James M. Webb, Jr.
Waxahachie, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Plane Crash – Virginia, May 2, 1944
Maxie M. Mills
Palmer, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Crete, May 9, 1944
Edward G. Ventrca
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action at Anzio, June 4, 1944
Jessie F. Cleveland
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action on Normandy Beach, June 6, 1944
Roscoe E. Wilson
Mt. Peak, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over English Channel, June 6, 1944
M. Hubert Allen
Waxahachie & Boyce, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Normandy, June 11, 1944
Jesse L. Nicklas
Ennis & Ferris, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, June 12, 1944
Charles L. Ricks, Jr.
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Italy, June 13, 1944
Howell T. Ray
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died in Training – Tyler, TX, June 21, 1944
Joseph H. Henderson Jr.
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action, July 1, 1944
Allen T. Fowler
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, July 13, 1944
James E. Rountree
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, July 14, 1944
Louis O. Toupal
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – South Pacific, July 23, 1944
Joe R. Singleton
Mt. Peak, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Aug. 9, 1944
Sidney A. Wiggins
Maypearl, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Aug. 9, 1944
John B. Thompson
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Normandy, France, Aug. 10, 1944
Walter T. McNeil
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Hungary, Aug. 21, 1944
Walter L. Barr
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Aug. 28, 1944
John H. Adair
Forreston & Avalon, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Czechoslovakia, Aug. 29, 1944
Neeland Sublett
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Europe, Sept. 1, 1944
Joe F. Mach
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Sept. 2, 1944
Arther J. Whiteley
Garrett, U.S. Army, Killed in Action, Sept. 12, 1944
Edward T. Farmer
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died Sept. 25, 1944
Robert D. Crumpton
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Germany, Sept. 28, 1944
Ercy W. Dewberry
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed in Training, Plane Crash – Washington, Aug. 9, 1944
William T. Miller
Auburn, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Oct. 9, 1944
Jack W. Hutchison
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle, Oct. 13, 1944
James E. McBride 
Italy, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed Oct. 1944
Milton M. Hejkal
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action while a Japanese POW, Oct. 24, 1944
Sylvan M. Hammond
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action on Morotai Island, New Guinea, Oct. 24, 1944
Roy Flippen
Ferris, U.S. Army, Killed while a Japanese POW, Oct. 24, 1944
Leland E. Wickliffe
Ferris, U.S. Navy, USS Belleau Wood, Killed in Action – South Pacific, Oct. 30, 1944
Donald P. Talkington
Ferris, U.S Navy, Lost at Sea, Nov. 10, 1944
Guy A. Youngblood
Ennis, Army Air Force, Accidentally Killed – France, Nov. 10, 1944
James R. Spurgeon
Hopewell, U.S. Army, Killed in Action on Leyte, Nov. 12, 1944
Hubert Autrey
Palmer & Bristol, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Germany, Nov. 17, 1944
Joe E. Houdek
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Training - Bandera, TX, Nov. 17, 1944
Jack H. Lewis
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Italy, Nov. 22, 1944
Wilson R. Baxter
Ferris, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Germany, Nov. 28, 1944
J. R. Peacock
Milford, U.S. Navy, Killed in Action – South Pacific, Nov. 29, 1944
Raymond F. Clark
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action Nov. 30, 1944
J. H. Farrar
Palmer, Army Air Force, Killed in Action – Leyte, Dec. 2, 1944
Alvin L. Deeds
Midlothian & Onward, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Berlin, Germany, Dec. 5, 1944
George H. Yarbrough
Waxahachie, U.S. Navy, Killed in Action – South Pacific, Dec. 14, 1944
Edwin L. Billman
Midlothian, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Belgium, Dec. 17, 1944
Charley W. Windham
Italy, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Belgium, Dec. 23, 1944
John B. Naughton
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Northern Italy, Dec. 24, 1944
Malcolm L. Schwartz
Palmer, Army Air Force, Died in Accident, Dec. 26, 1944
Fred Reyther
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action Dec. 29, 1944
James P. Zahnen
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died Non- Battle, Jan. 1, 1945
Elton K. Fisher
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Europe, Jan. 2, 1945
Harry Stein
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Battle of the Bulge, Jan. 7, 1945
Miller P. Warren, Jr.
Midlothian & Waxahachie, U.S. 
Army, Killed while a Japanese POW, Jan. 9, 1945
Vernon Richardson
Oak Grove, U.S. Army, Killed in 
Action in Germany, Jan. 9, 1945
Pablo Tapia
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action Jan. 13, 1945
Charles Frazier
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Jan. 13, 1945
Willard H. Taylor
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Luzon, Jan. 15, 1945
Johnny G. Vrana
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Train Accident in France, Jan. 17, 1945
John T. Moore
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Germany, Jan. 30, 1945
DeBerry Melton
Lone Elm, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Belgium, Feb. 2, 1945
Carl W. Jones
Milford. U.S. Navy, Killed in Training – Corpus Christi, Feb. 4, 1945
Tom Winn, Jr.
Waxahachie, U.S. Navy, Lost at Sea in Plane Crash, Feb. 7, 1945
James L. Lyons
Ennis & Oak Grove, U.S. Army, Died of Wounds  - Luzon, Feb. 11, 1945
S. L. Walker
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Italy, Feb. 13, 1945
Joe R. Crow
Ennis, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action in Iwo Jima, Feb. 20, 1945
Paul E. Barnett
Ferris & Trumbull, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – Philippines, Feb. 20, 1945
Calvin A. Sealy
Palmer, U.S. Army, Killed in Action – France, Feb. 20, 1945
Tommie L. Harris
Waxahachie & Bristol, U.S. Army, Killed on Luzon, Feb. 24, 1945
Robert D. Alsup
Waxahachie & Midlothian, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Iwo Jima, Feb. 24, 1945
Joe T. Zhanel
Telico, U.S. Army, Died of Wounds – Europe, Feb. 25, 1945
Walter J. Windham
Italy, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Feb. 27, 1945
David I. Binder
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Feb. 28, 1945
Jack Beaty
Waxahachie & Forreston, U.S. Army Engineers, Killed in Action in N. Italy, Feb. 28, 1945
Eurby W. Bearden
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Mar. 2, 1945
James Walter Goodwin
Midlothian, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Iwo Jima, Mar. 7, 1945
Jack Lummus
Ennis & Alma, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Iwo Jima, Mar. 8, 1945
Cyrus M. McCaskill
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Mar. 8, 1945
James Wesley Goodwin
Ennis, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Iwo Jima, Mar. 9, 1945
William T. Pierce
Ennis, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Iwo Jima, Mar. 13, 1945
James L. Patterson
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed Mar. 1945
Refugio G. Navarro
Ennis, U.S. Army, Died of Injuries from Training Accident, Mar. 17, 1945
J. L. Loyd
Forreston, U.S. Army Engineers, Killed in Action – Germany, Mar. 25, 1945
H. B. Colston
Telico & Palmer, Killed in Action – Europe, Mar. 26, 1945
Henry E. Morris
Midlothian, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Mar. 31, 1945
Luther R. Lusk
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Apr. 1, 1945
Billy T. Raines
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Apr. 1, 1945
J. Lewis Jarrett
Five Points, U.S. Army, Died from Illness in a German POW Camp, Apr. 2, 1945
John W. Mayfield
Ennis, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Apr. 2, 1945
Patrick L. Dillard
Midlothian, Army Air Force, Killed in Action over Germany, Apr. 5, 1945
Eugene F. Bratcher, Jr.
Maypearl & Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, Apr. 6, 1945
Raymond M. Bush
Ennis & Alma, U.S. Army, Killed in Action on Okinawa, Apr. 10, 1945
Theodore R. Curby
Maypearl, U.S. Navy, USS Daly, Killed in Action near Okinawa, Apr. 24, 1945
Ezelle O. Bailey
Lone Elm, U.S. Navy, USS Frederick Davis, Killed in Action – North Atlantic, Apr. 24, 1945
E. Murrell Goodloe
Red Oak, U.S. Army, Killed in Action in Germany, May 3, 1945
Benny L. Wilson
Ferris, U.S. Navy, USS Morrison, Killed in Action near Okinawa, May 4, 1945
Cecil E. Batte
Italy, Army Air Force, Died Non-Battle – South Pacific, May 5, 1945
Jackson B. Ross
Ennis, Army Air Force, Killed in Action – Luzon, May 27, 1945
Grady L. Davis
Italy, U.S. Marine Corps, Killed in Action on Okinawa, June 20, 1945
James W. Sargent
Ellis County, U.S. Army, Died Non-Battle – Europe, July 28, 1945
J. B. Colleps
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed Training New Air Crews – San Angelo, TX, June 29, 1945
John G. Cornwell
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Killed Dropping Supplies to POW Camp in Japan, Aug. 30, 1945
Robert L. Abbott
Waxahachie, Army Air Force, Served in Pacific, Died of his war injuries – El Paso, Nov. 25, 1945
John S. Newlin
Ennis, Army Air Force, M.I.A. on Nov. 24, 1943 – Pacific, Declared Dead Jan. 15, 1946

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erich graben 06/19/2014 17:04:10
I have a very unique artifact relating to James T Ham. I would like to get in touch with any family members that might be around Fort worth still. Please call me 817-925-1217

James T. Ham
Waxahachie, U.S. Army, Killed in Accident – California, Apr. 26, 1943
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