|Adkins, Ronnie Lyn||3 Feb 1948||26 May 2023||Helen Crigger Cemetery; Army; Speculation on service in the Vietnam War|
|Akers, Jake Miles Sr||3 Sep 1928||30 Jul 2019||Helen Crigger Cemetery; Navy; Served in WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam|
|Alexander, Elton Harrold "Crute"||SP4||20 Feb 1950||5 Sep 1969||Townsend Cemetery; Army (Regular) Specialist 4,
137th Engineer Company, 19th Engineer Battalion,
45th Engineer Group, 18th Engineer Brigade.
Vehicle crash, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam; Bronze Star and Purple Heart; Vietnam Wall Panel 18W, Line 036
|Allen, Frank Reid||30 May 1935||28 Apr 2021||Helen Crigger Cemetery, Navy Veteran, river boat pilot; Speculation on service in Vietnam War|
|Alston, Billy Clyde||Spec||5 Jun 1949||15 Apr 1969||Townsend Cemetery; Panel 27W, Row 84 of Vietnam Veterans Memorial; KIA Tay Ninh, Vietnam|
|Coats, Thomas Edward Jr||20 Jan 1951||5 Feb 1975||Munford Cemetery; PVT US Army; Unsure of Service Details|
|Davis, Johnny S||SGT||9 Apr 1949||12 Jun 1971||Salem Associate Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery; TN SGT Armor|
|Embry, Larry Gordon||CPL||7 Oct 1947||16 Dec 1970||Helen Crigger Cemetery; CPL US Marine Corps|
|Evans, William Larry||SP4||7 Sep 1947||7 Jun 1967||Helen Crigger Cemetery; FROM FIND A GRAVE: SP4 Evans #
MOS: 11E10 Armor Crewman.
B Company, 1st Platoon of 2nd Squadron, 25th Infantry Division, USARV.
His tour began on 29 March1967 in Hua Nghia.
Died as a result of multiple fragmentation wounds from a hostile explosive device.
Body was recovered
On June 07, 1967, the battalion(-) conducted roadrunner operations between Bao Trai and Cu Chi on Highway 8A. An APC from Company B hit a mine and burned. Six Bobcats were killed. Two of the bodies burned inside the track and could not be recovered until later in the day. Elements of the battalion also conducted a seal and search of Tho Mo on Highway 10, between Bao Trai and Duc Hoa. Elements also continued security missions in the area.
Parents, Willian Farrow (1920-1990) and Hazel P Evans (1922-2006)
|Ingram, Warren G||PFC||10 Apr 1949||18 Jul 1970||Townsend Cemetery; TN PFC US Army; Killed in Vietnam non-hostile, Mlitary Region 2 - Khanh Hoa, A Co., Spt Bn, Heavy Vehicle Driver|
|McCullough, Jerry Wendell||LCPL||5 Apr 1946||16 Sep 1966||Munford Cemetery; Panel 10E Line 099 on Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall; L CPL CO B 4MAR 3 MAR DIV VIETNAM PH; Lance Corporal Jerry Wendell McCullough was the son of Earl M and Effie F McCullough of Covington, TN. He was a Marine Corps Rifleman assigned with B Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Marines, 3rd Marine Division, III MAF.
While participating in "Operation Prairie" in the vicinity of Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam the Battalion came into contact with enemy forces and during this engagement 25 Marines were killed in action. One of the casualties was LCPL McCullough who died as a result of a gunshot wound on Sept 16, 1966
|Paine, Emmett Moore||SP5||3 Mar 1952||8 Oct 1975||Munford Cemetery; SP5 US Army|
|Smith, Ronald Gordon||SP4||3 Jun 1947||21 Nov 1967||Munford Cemetery; TN SP4 Co A 1 Inf 196 Lt Inf BDE Vietnam PH|
|Stegall, Frank Junior||6 May 1945||21 May 1985||Munford Cemetery; SP4 US Army|
|White, Jimmy||CPL||6 Aug 1947||1 Jan 1971||Munford Cemetery; CPL US Marine Corps|
|Wright, Albert N Jr||SGT||19 Dec 1947||19 Oct 1969||Saint Matthews Cemetery; US Marine Corps - Enlisted on 10 Aug 1966 in Mphs, CAP [Combined Action Platoon] 1-3-8, CACO 1-3, 1st Combined Action Group, III MAF|
|Apple, John Dean||MCPO||25 Mar 1924||31 Oct 2001||Munford Cemetery; Navy master chief; Served in World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War|
|Archer, Charles Wallace||PVT||20 Feb 1944||12 Jan 2000||Munford Cemetery; PVT US Army|
|Bannerman, Robert William||BMC||1 Jul 1941||13 Jan 1996||Indian Creek Cemetery; BMC US Navy|
|Barnett, Ernest Wesley||8 May 1936||8 Feb 2003||Helen Crigger Cemetery; US Navy|