Veteran Database


 THE LINNELL VETERAN DATABASE BY PAUL LINNELL JR.

Paul Edward Linnell, Jr. (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 612- Pages 225,234, and 235) Paul served in the U.S. Army from August 15, 1967 through December 1, 2007 (40-plus years) He saw service in Germany; in Korea; in Southeast Asia; and Southwest Asia; and numerous Stateside Assignments at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana; at Fort Benning, Georgia; at Fort Lee, Virginia; at Fort Lewis, Washington; at Silas B. Hays Hospital, Fort Ord, California; at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington; at Letterman Army Medical Center, San Francisco, California; at 97th General Hospital, Frankfort, Germany; at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D. C.; and at HQ, Sixth U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, California. During his Military Service, he was awarded seven (7) Unit Awards; thirty-one (31) Individual Awards; twenty-one (21) Commemorative Medals; and ten (10) Other Specialty Awards. Paul is the son of Paul Edward Linnell Sr.,a prisoner-of-war and hero of the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. Paul’s family has been serving  our Country for generations and he is also a direct lineal descendant of Uriah Linnell who was a private in the Revolutionary War.

THE EARLY AMERICAN INDIAN WARS

Robert Linnell (DRL 1 - Pages 1-6 and 13) Robert served in the Militia, along with his Son, David, under the command of Captain Miles Standish in the 1640's. They were expecting trouble with the Indians of the Narragansetts and Wampanoag Tribes. FAG 166680963. 

David Linnell (DRL 11 - Pages 1-7 and 9) David served in the Militia, along with his Father, Robert, under the command of Captain Miles Standish in the 1640's. They were expecting trouble with the Indians of the Narragansetts and Wampanoag Tribes. FAG 176106283 and 139191015. 

Samuel Childs (DRL 132 - Pages 1 and 8) Samuel was Killed-In-Action by Indians during the Battle of Rehoboth on September 26, 1676 (King Philip's War), He fought with Samuel Linnell (DRL 111)

Samuel Linnell (DRL 111) Samuel Linnell has been historically mistaken for Shubael Linnell (DRL 15), and was said to be Killed-In­-Action by Indians during the Battle of Rehoboth on September 26, 1676 (King Philip's War), along with Samuel Childs (DRL 132), his First Cousin. However, Samuel survived the fight to live a ripe old age and was rewarded bounty land in Maine for his service. More info on Samuel can found here

Marshall Houston Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-6, -11 - Pages 118 and 123) According to Family legend, Marshall went to California in the "early days" and was never heard from again. In 'The War of the Rebellion: A Complication of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I. Volumes 41 and 48", published under the direction of the Honorable Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1896, Washington Government Printing Office. The evidence was found that the same Marshall Huston Linnell, served as a Sergeant in Company C of the 1st Cavalry of Colorado during 1864 and 1865. Marshall Houston Linnell was among five men slightly wounded in an attack on a Cheyenne Village on November 29, 1864. On June 10, 1865, Captain Luther Wilson reported that Sergeant Marshall Houston Linnell, who was at Big Laramie, Colorado, is to let Captain Wilson know "how matters are up the road". Indians had stolen horses and provisions at Willow Springs Station. No further information has been discovered. (! am trying to obtain a copy of the "War of the Rebellion", in order to research this further) 

THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 

Thomas Linnell (DRL 117, 52- Pages 15, 18, 19, 20,162, and 163) Thomas served in the Revolutionary War. FAG 39788185. 

Heman Linnell (DRL 117,54) Letter from Brig. Joseph Otis to the Council, dated Barnstahle, Aug. 19, 1776, stating that he had formed two matross companies in his (6th) brigade, and requesting commissions for the officers who had been chosen; said Linnell chosen 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Josiah Rogers's co., Col. Joseph Doan's regt. 

Jonathan Linnell, 3rd (DRL 117, 62- Pages 15, 18, 21, 162, and 163) Jonathan served in the Revolutionary War. 

Enoch Linnell (DRL 117, 7 4 - Pages 19, 22, and 115) Enoch served in the Revolutionary War.      

Samuel Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10 - Pages 19, 23, 24, and 115) Samuel served in the Revolutionary War. FAG 39856748. 

Elkanah Linnell (DRL 117, 611 - Pages 21 and 25) Elkanah enlisted as a Private in February 1776 in Captain Oliver Soper's Company, of Colonel Read's Regiment of the Massachusetts Line. In November 1776, He was taken prisoner by the British and imprisoned in New York for seven (7) weeks. According to Family Legend, at the end of the War, Elkanah and a man named Snow, walked from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Orleans, Massachusetts, a distance of over 200 miles. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

Josiah Linnell (DRL 117, 622 - Pages 21, 23, 28, and 163) Josiah served in the Navy aboard the ship "Independence" for nine (9) months during the Revolutionary War, under the command of Captain Simon Sampson. He was captured and imprisoned at Halifax, Nova Scotia until January 1779. The ship was then brought to Marblehead, Massachusetts and he was freed. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War)

Joseph Linnell (DRL 117,612 - Pages 21, 27, and 65-69) Joseph served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Troops, under the command of Captain's Crocker and Fowler. FAG 39915426.

John Linnell (DRL 117,73) Sergeant, Capt. Solomon Higgins's (Eastham) co.; enlisted July 10, 1775; discharged Dec. 31, 1775; service, 6 mos. 6 days, in defense of seacoast; also, Lieut. Samuel Knowles's Co., Maj. Zenas Winslow's regt.; service from Sept. 6, 1778, to Sept. 13, 1778, 6 days on alarms at Bedford and Falmouth.

Jonathan Linnell (DRL 11a, b1 - Pages 161-164) Jonathan served as a Sergeant in the Revolutionary War. FAG 47232510. 

Thomas Linnell (DRL 11a, b12- Pages 162 and 164) Thomas served as a Private in the Revolutionary War, under the command of Captain Elijah Small and Colonel Zenos Winslow.

Joshua Hopkins IV (DRL 11 a, b13S - Page 165) Joshua served in the Revolutionary War and was present at Dorchester Heights when the British evacuated Boston. FAG 152254400. 

Uriah Linnell (DRL 11a, b15 - Pages 162, 165, 166, and 198) Uriah served as a Private in the Revolutionary War, under the command of Colonel Larend of Massachusetts; he also served under the command of Captain Peter Herwood and Colonel William Shepard. He enlisted at Eastham, Massachusetts and was discharged near New York City, New York at King's Ferry on January 1, 1777. His pension was granted at Pittsford, New York, where He and his Family moved too. Uriah and his Family were the first of the Descendants of Jonathan Linnell (DRL 11a, b1) to leave the Cape Cod, Massachusetts area. FAG 39803224. 
Joseph Linnell (DRL 118, 7 - Pages 242 and 247) Joseph served in the Revolutionary War. FAG 56974168 and 143453299. 

Joseph Linnell (DRL 118,241) Barnstable. Private, Capt. Micah Hamilton's co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Marshfield, under command of Col. Joseph Otis ; service, 2 days ; also, Capt. Ebenezer Baker's co., Col. Freeman's regt. marched Oct. 4, 1777 ; service, 28 days ; company marched to Tiverton, R. I., on a secret expedition ; also, Capt. Jacob Lovell's co., Col. Freeman's regt.; service, 9 days, on an alarm at Bedford, Dartmouth, and Falmouth, in Sept., 1778. DAR A070688

John Linnell 3rd (DRL 118,76) Capt. Jacob Lovell's co., Col. Freeman's regt.; service, 9 days, on an alarm at Bedford, Dartmouth, and Falmouth, in Sept., 1778

THE WAR OF 1812 

Isaac Linnell (DRL 117, 544- Pages 15, 20, and 25) Isaac served as a Corporal in the War of 1812. 

Russell Linnell (DRL 117, 629- Page 30) Russell served in the War of 1812. 

Josiah Linnell (DRL 117, 622, 1 - Pages 23, 28, and 35) Josiah served in the War of 1812. 

Elkanah Linnell (DRL 117, 612, 1 - Pages 27, 65-67, and 69) Elkanah played Bassoon in a band in Granville, Ohio, with his Brother, Joshua, who played Oboe, and they drilled with the Recruits under the command of Captain Levi Rose in 1812. Elkanah served as a Second Sergeant in the Infantry Company under the command of Captain Josiah Graves during the War of 1812. FAG 10846023. 

Joshua Linnell (DRL 117,612, 4- Pages-27, 67, 69 and 70) · Joshua played oboe in the Granville, Ohio Band, along with his Brother, Elkanah, who played Bassoon in the Group that drilled with the Recruits under the command of Captain Levi Rose for the War of 1812. FAG 39919122. 

Knowles Linnell (DRL 117,612, 5 - Pages 27 and 67-70) Knowles served as a Private in Captain Levi Rose's Company, of Colonel Lewis Cass's Regiment of Ohio Volunteers. They were captured and surrendered as a Prisoner-of-War to General William Hull. He received Bounty Land and a Pension for his Service. FAG 19636003. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

Benjamin Linnell (DRL 117,612, 7- Pages 27, 67, 69, and 71) Benjamin served as a Private in Captain Levi Rose's Company, of Colonel Lewis Cass's Regiment of Ohio Volunteers. They were captured and surrendered to General William Hull and remained Prisoners-of-War until their discharge. Benjamin was given a Bounty Land Warrant for this Service. FAG 19687063. (He was an ex ­Prisoner-of-War)

Elisha Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-4 - Pages 23 and 117) Elisha served in the War of 1812.
Captain Israel Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 2- Pages 164 and167) Captain Israel Linnell served in the War of 1812. FAG 39788649. 

Samuel Linnell, Sr. (DRL 118,241, 1 - Pages 276,277,331,332, and 334)
Samuel fought in the War of 1812. FAG 39993486. (He was an ex Prisoner-of-­War)
Sturgis Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 2 - Pages 244 and 275-277) Sturgis served as a Private in Sherwin's First Regiment of the Massachusetts Militia. FAG 41824927. 

THE MEXICAN WAR

Virgil C. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 55- Pages 278 and 283) Virgil served during the Mexican War (April 25, 1846 until February 2, 1848) and also served during the Civil War (April 12, 1961 until April 9, 1965) - (Refer to the Civil War for more information on Virgil C. Linnell) 

THE CIVIL WAR 

Ansel C. Fifield (DRL 117, 611, 52S - Page 31) Ansel served aboard the
"USS Patepsico", when it struck a Confederate Mine on 14 January 1865 ard was
sunk in Charleston Harbor. There were no survivors.  
      
George Brown (DRL 117, 611, 56S - Page 31) George served in the Civil War and was listed as Killed-In-Action. 

Isaac Young Smith (DRL 117,615, 84- Page 35) Isaac served in the Civil War and was listed as Killed-In-Action. 

Ralph Smith Linnell (DRL 17,611, 53- Pages 31, 40, and 41) Ralph/ served in the Civil War. He was taken as a Prisoner-of-War and He died in Prison. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War)

George Washington Linnell, Sr. (DRL 117,611, 54- Pages 31 and 41) George served in the Civil War. 

John Adams Linnell (DRL 117,615, 61 - Pages 34 and 42) John was serving in the U. S. Navy at the outbreak of the Civil War. He secured an Honorable Discharge from that Branch of Service and He enlisted in the Union Army, with the Rank of Sergeant. He served in Company K, 29th Massachusetts Regiment. 

Joseph Linnell (DRL 117, 628, 16 - Pages 34, 37, and 52) Joseph served for nine (9) months in Company G, 5th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers. 

George Henry Linnell, Sr. (DRL 117,611,511 - Pages 40 and 53) George served in the Civil War.

Reuben Rose Linnell (DRL 117,612, 12 - Pages 67, 69, and 72) Reuben served in the Civil War. Family legend has it that Reuben served in the Civil War as a "Squirrel Hunter" or "Sharpshooter". FAG 11124371.  

Reuben Linnell Nye (DRL 117, 612, 111 - Pages 72 and 77) Reuben enlisted on April 15, 1861 in the 17th Ohio Volunteers for Service in the Civil War. In July 1861, He was Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant of the 35th Ohio Volunteers and in April 1862, He was promoted to Captain. He served until 27 July 1865. 

Timothy Harris Wheaton (DRL 117,612, 623- Pages 76 and 82) Timothy served in the Civil War in the Union Army as a Colonel in the 129th Regiment of Ohio Volunteers. FAG 158159227.

Nathaniel Malden (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 15 - Page 116) Nathaniel served in the Civil War and was listed as Killed-In-Action. 

Ira Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-9 - Pages 24, 118, and 119) Ira served as a Private in Company H, 7th Maine Infantry. 

George Washington Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 5- Pages 116 and 12Q) George served as a Private in Company Y, 12th Maine Infantry, and was Killed-In­-Action at the Battle of Port Hudson. FAG 134613092. 

Lorenzo Freeman Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-7, 2- Pages 118 and 124) Lorenzo served in Company C, 8th Regular Massachusetts Infantry. This was the First Company to report at Faneuil Hall on April 16, 1861 at the Call of President Abraham Lincoln. 

Charles Russell Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-10, 2- Pages 119 and 125) Charles enlisted in the Union Army on October 15, 1863 at Levant, Maine and served as a Private in Company D, 1st District of Columbia Cavalry, until his Death. The DRL Records shows his Date of Death as 24 March 1865; however, on Find a Grave. com and his Headstone shows his Date of Death as 26 May 1865. FAG 121446767. 

Hugh Hoyt (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 41S- Page 126) Hugh served in the Civil War and was wounded in his knee. He hid in a barn until he was rescued. FAG 26511943. 

Almon Lorenzo Wormwood (DRL 117, 7-10-2,135- Page 128) Almon enlisted at New Chester on 28 January 1862 and served in Company G, 19th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers. He was captured and was Prisoner-of-war at Salisbury, North Carolina. He was discharged on August 9, 1865 at Richmond, Virginia. FAG 64371413. (fie was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War)

Samuel Davis Linnell (DRL 11 a, b12, 86 - Pages 169 and 175) Samuel served as a Corporal in Company L, 2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. FAG 72560708. 

William Henry Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, -10-3- Page 204) William served in the Civil War.  
 
Henry Harrison Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 7-10- Pages 203 and 207 of the DRL and Page 207 of the Additions and Corrections Booklet) Henry enlisted on 2 July 1861 and was a First Lieutenant in both Company c,sth Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers and in Company D, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers. He was wounded on 19 September 1864. In addition to DRL Records, Family records and legend indicates that Henry Harrison Linnell was assigned as the Provisional Commander of the 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade, Department of California, with the Rank of Colonel on 6 September 1876. FAG 108561759. 

Lieutenant E. Holland Rubottom (DRL 11 a, b15, 7-10-2S - Page 207) Holland served as a Lieutenant in the 9th Cavalry, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. Served as a Lieutenant for the Confederacy. 

Isaiah Baxter Linnell (DRL 118,552, 15- Pages 255 and 262) Isaiah served in the Civil War. FAG 18911015. 

Virgil A. Linnell (DRL 118,241,531 - Page 262) Virgil served in the Civil War and Died from Smallpox, which he was contaminated with while nursing his Brother, Charles, in Washington, D. C. FAG 41676454. 

Charles E. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 532- Page 252) Charles served with Company D, 1st Maine Cavalry in Washington, D. C. Charles died of typhoid fever. FAG 41676391.
George Marquis (DRL 118,241,541 - Page 282) George served in the Civil War and was Killed-In-Action during the Battle of Petersburg, Virginia. 

Virgil A. Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 55 - Pages 278 and 283) Virgil served during the Mexican War (April 25, 1846 until February 2, 1848) and in the Civil War. During the Civil War, He was a Prisoner-of-War and He starved to death in Andersonville Prison. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

(James) Alonzo Linnell (DRL 118,241, -10-2- Pages 279 and 283) 1James served as a Private in Company F, 7th Maine Volunteers. He was sent to the hospital from Harrison's Landing, Virginia in July 1862 "possibly dead". I However, the Certificate of his Commanding Officer, Captain Fletcher, it shows that he died of Typhoid Fever on August 18, 1862 (Refer to Pension Records # 167, 852 and 278, 174. National Archives For more information)      
   
Joseph Giles Linnell (DRL 118, 241, -10-6 - Pages 279 and 284) Joseph enlisted in the U. S. Army on September 10, 1862 in Clinton, Maine, and served as a Private in Company C, 24th Regiment, Maine. Date of his Death on Military Records is August 13, 1862. He died at Augusta General Hospital, Augusta, Maine, a Civil War Casualty, from Chronic Diarrhea. FAG 41825995. 

Alonzo R. Herrin (DRL 118,241, -10-7S - Page 284) Alonzo served in Company B, 13th Maine Volunteers. FAG 132395416. 

Lyman Miller Linnell, Jr. (DRL 118,241, 235S-Pages 281,284, 287, land 288) Lyman enlisted on 22 March 1861 and served as a Corporal in Company B, 13th Maine Infantry. He was Honorably Discharged on 6 January 1865. FAG 41825602. 

William Franklin Linnell (DRL 118,241, 215- Pages 279 and 285) William served as a Private in Company C, 8th Infantry Regiment, Maine Volunteer~. He enlisted on 7 September 1861 and was Honorably Discharged on 16 September 1864. FAG 399976418. 

Brian (or Bryan) Fellows Linnell (DRL 118,241,217 - Pages 280 and 286) Brian enlisted in the U. S. Navy on 8 September 1864 at Portland, Maine, J substitute for Rufus K. Thayer of Skowhegan, Maine.  He was rated as a "Landsman" and served in Sabine, Ohio; in North Carolina; and in Vermont. 

John Q. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 233- Pages 281 and 287) John enlisted, at Age 26, on 31 July 1861 for three (3) years. He was mustered on 21 August 1861 and served in Company B, 7th Maine Infantry. He reenlisted in the Veteran! Volunteers on 14 December 1863 and was transferred to Company G, 1st Veteran Infantry on 20 September 1864. He was Honorably Discharged on 28 June 1865 as a Sergeant. FAG 59990415. 

Henry Howard Linnell (DRL 118,241, 236- Pages 281 and 288) Henry enlisted at Age 23, on 31 July 1861 for three (3) years as a Private in Company B, 7th Maine Infantry. He was granted a Medical Discharge on 30 December 1861. He reenlisted on 10 September 1862 as a Private in Company K, 21st Maine Infantry. He was Killed-In-Action at the Battle of Port Hudson on 14 June 1863. FAG 39992459. 

Sherman Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 151) Pages 336-and 343 -Sherman served as a Private in Company E, 9th Iowa Cavalry Volunteers. 

Lewis Thomas "Leroy" Linnell (DRL 118,241, 154- Pages 336,344, and 345) Lewis enlisted on 7 September 1861 in Company E, 17th Infantry, Wisconsin Volunteers, as a Second Lieutenant. On 11 May 1862, his Commanding Officer, John Gillespie, promoted him to First Lieutenant. He served as the Ordnance Officer and Assistant Quartermaster of the Third Division of the Seventeenth Army Corps. He was at Memphis, Tennessee; was at Vicksburg, Mississippi; was on the Meridian Expedition, a march of thirty-one (31) days through the South; and was at Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia in General McPherson’s Corps. He greatly admired General McPherson, who died in the Battle of Atlanta. He named his First Son, Bird McPherson Linnell. FAG 31127887.    
           
Selwin Clark Linnell (DRL 118,241, 185- Pages 337,348, and 349) Selwin enlisted one (1) month before his 15th Birthday on 31 May 1864 at Chicago, Illinois and served as a Private in Company K, 132nd Infantry, Illinois Volunteers, under the command of Captain C. A. Lewis. He served for 100 days in the Campaigns of General Sherman. He was Honorably Discharged on 17 October 1964 a1 Chicago, Illinois. 

THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 

Dr. Bird McPherson Linnell (DRL 118,241,154, 1 - Pages 344, 361, and 362) Bird served as a Major in the U. S. Army Medical Corps. For many years, He was a Member of the Medical Department of the Illinois Army National! Guard. FAG 60942732 and 12040769. 

WORLD WAR I 

Henry Payson Dufford (DRL 117,612, 124, 1 - Pages 77 and 87) H11nry served as a Gunner's Mate on the USS K4, an American Submarine. FAG 93623054. 

Charles Frederick Tenney (DRL 117,612,512, 5- Pages 80 and 91) Charles served as a Captain and Assistant to Dr. Harlow Brooks at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York. He was promoted to Chief of Medical Services at Camp Upton. He was Honorably Discharged at Camp Grant, Illinois in 1919. 

Paul Gregory (DRL 117,612,522, 2- Pages 80 and 91) Paul and his younger Brother, Ralph, enlisted in the Rainbow Division Artillery Regiment (42nd Infantry Division) His Campaigns included the Champagne-Marne; the Battle of Saint Mihiel; and the Meuse-Argonne.  

Ralph Gregory (DRL 117, 612, 522, 3 - Pages 80, 991, and 92) Ralph I and his older Brother, Paul, enlisted in the Rainbow Division Artillery Regiment (42nd Infantry Division) His Campaigns included the Champagne-Marne; the BI1ttle of Saint Mihiel; and the Meuse-Argonne. 

Marietta Harris Pierson (DRL 117,612,613, 1 - Pages 82 and 93) Marietta served as a Nurse and Retired from the U.S. Navy and served in both World War I and World War II.
Jane Pierson (DRL 117, 612, 613, 4 - Pages 82 and 93) Jane served as a Registered Nurse in both World War I and World War II. 

Richard Harris Howe (DRL 117,612,614, 1 - Pages 82 and 93) RicI1ard served during World War I. FAG 54643221. 

Harold Tenney Rickert (DRL 117,612,512, 21 - Pages 90 and 101) Harold enlisted in the U.S. Army on 4 December 1916 and first saw Service with the Army Expeditionary Force sent to Mexico from December 1916 until February 1917. He then saw Service in France at Toulon; at Chateau-Thierry; at Saint Mihiel; and at the Meuse-Argonne. He took part in the March to the Rhine in November and December 1918, and He served in the Army of Occupation until July 1919. He was Honorably Discharged on 4 June 1920. 

Bernie Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-4- Pages 129 and 138. Based on his Date of Birth and Date of Death in the DRL Records, Bernie possibly served during World War I, he was buried with "Full Military Honors". FAG 104132560. 

Frederick Rufus Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-6, 335 - Page 132) Frederic~ was inducted at Rockland on 18 September 1918 and served as a Private. He was promoted to Corporal on 16 November 1918. He served overseas in Batt. A, 33rd Field Artillery from 16 July 1918 until 26 April 1919 in the Toulon Sector. He was Honorably Discharged on 1 May 1919. 

Herbert Hazen Barker (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 121, 2- Pages 136 and 144)1 Herbert served as a First Lieutenant in the Headquarters Central Department of the Surgeons Office in Chicago, Illinois, until his Honorable Discharge on 4 September 1919. FAG 121214211.
Earl Dean Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 1 - Pages 183, 189, and 190) , arl served as a Private in the 151st Depot Brigade. FAG 43103494. 

Paul DeWitt Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 3- Pages 211,213, and 219) Paul served as a Private with the 89th Infantry Division in Europe. He was Killed-In­action at the Battle of Saint Mihiel in France on 22 September 1918. He al1so worked at Camp Funston, Kansas before entering the Service. The American Legion Post in Almena, Kansas (which is now closed and disbanded) was, named in his Honor from 1922 until it closed in 2014. Paul was awarded the Purple Heart Medal and the World War I Victory Medal for his Service. FAG 14556979. (Paul is my Great Uncle)       
     
George Edward Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 6- Pages 211,213, and 221) George worked at Camp Funston, Kansas. Before the end of World War I, He enlisted in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and was stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas and Fort Dix, New Jersey. George was awarded the World War I Victory Medal for his Service. FAG 39806416.
Colonel (Ret) Frank Elijah Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 536, 1 - Pages 214,220, and 221) Frank served in the U. S. Army during both World War I and World War II and Retired from the U. S. Army. Frank was awarded the Legion of Merit Medal and other Awards for his Military Service. Frank and his Wife, Grace Louise Holroyd are both buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. FAG 97065084. 

Robert Meredith Linnell (DRL 118, 314, 762 - Pages 260 and 265) Robert served in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War I. 

Robie Erwin Linnell (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 2- Pages 286 and 290) Robie served as a Private during World War I. Robie enlisted at Fort Slocum on !1 5 December 1917. He served overseas from 19 May 1918 until August 6, 1919. He was Honorably Discharged on 15 August 1919. He was pensioned for a leg wound received in France. Robie received the Purple Heart Medal for his wound. FAG 23600663. 

William Warren Linnell, Sr. (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 3- Pages 286 and 291) William served as a Private in the U.S. Army from 14 December 1917 until his Honorable Discharge on 20 January 1919. He was assigned to AS Aviation CP, Waco, Texas from 14 December 1917 until 6 April 1918; was assigned to the 680 Aero Squadron from 7 April 1918 until 5 July 1918; and was assigned to the a79th Aero Squadron from 6 July 1918 until his Honorable Discharge on 20 January 1919. The DRL Records shows that he is buried in the Military Garden at Arlington Cemetery in Vancouver, Washington; however, Find a Grave.com shows that he is buried in the Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington - Plot: AW 4/472. FAG 49544486. 

James Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 16- Page 293) James served in the U. S. Army during World War I. 

William Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 17- Page 293) William served in the Canadian Army during World War I and was listed as Killed-In-Action. 

George Victor Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 18 - Page 293) George served with the Canadian Army during World War I. 

Elbert Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 42- Page 294) Elbert served as tllil e First Sergeant of Company F, 135th U.S. Infantry at Camp Deming, New Mexico. FAG 58920856 shows that Elbert is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Dodge C1enter, Dodge County, Minnesota (his actual burial site) FAG 112412254 shows that Elbert was buried at Victory Memorial Drive in Minneapolis, Hennepin Courity, Minnesota - Plot: GPS (lat/Ion): 45.03537, -93.31927 (This burial site is a I "Cenotaph" - a Cenotaph is an empty tomb or a Monument erected in honor of a person or group of people whose remains are buried elsewhere - it can also be the initial tomb for a person who since has been interred elsewhere) FAG 58920856 and 112412254.

Corporal William James Bigelow (DRL 118,241, 164, 11 - Page 347) William served as a Corporal in Company D, 1 oath Infantry and He was listed as Killed-In-Action during the Battle of the Hindenburg Line. FAG 147447814.
Ora Raymond (Ray) Linnell (DRL 118,241,116, 91 - Pages 355 and 374) Ora enlisted in the U. S. Army on 21 May 1917 and served in Europe in the 32nd Division as a Military Police Officer from 1 April 1918 until April 1919. He was Honorably Discharged at Camp Grant, Illinois on 21 May 1919. 

Leroy Wilbur Johnson (DRL 118, 241, 154, 51 S - Page 386) Leroy served in the U.S. Navy during World War I. FAG 55441457.           
  
Harold Wells Linnell (DRL 118,241, 161, 11 - Pages 362 and 386) Harold served as a Mechanic in Company F, 348th Infantry in Europe. FAG 1169400018.
Don Clifford Gray Linnell (DRL 118,241, 161, 12- Pages 362 and 386) Don served with the 603rd Engineers in Europe. He was in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. He was promoted to First Lieutenant and was the Acting Captain of his Company at the time of the Armistice on 11 November 1918. FAG 92293538. 

Carl Espy Grieser (DRL 118,241, 185, 125- Page 388) Carl served during World War I.
Ira (Jay) Jenner Covey, Jr. (DRL 118,241, 185, 13- Pages 365 and 388)
Jay served during World War I. FAG 142467906. 

WORLD WAR II 

Walter Nathan Freeman Linnell, Jr. (DRL 117,622, 318, 21 - Pages 60I and 61) Walter served in the U.S. Army during World War II. FAG 95627233. 

Marietta Harris Pierson (DRL 117, 612, 613, 1 - Pages 82 and 83) Marietta served as a Registered Nurse and Retired from the U. S. Navy and served in both World War I and World War II. (Refer to World War I for more information)

Jane Pierson (DRL 117, 612, 613, 4 - Pages 82 and 93) Jane servedj during both World War I and World War II as a Registered Nurse. (Refer to World War I for more information)
Albert Paul Linnell (DRL 117,612, 123, 22- Pages 87 and 97) Albert served in the U. 5. Army during World War II. He was Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U. 5. Army Signal Corps at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, upon completion of Officer Candidate School in 1944. He served in the Philippine Islands in 1945 -1946 and was promoted to First Lieutenant while there. FAG 43798231. 

Homer Alton Weaver (DRL 117, 612, 471, 52 - Pages 90, 99, and 100)
Homer enlisted in the U. 5. Army Corps of Engineers during World War II. He was promoted to First Lieutenant while in the Philippine Islands in the U. 5. Occupation Forces. FAG 147051171.        
     
William Penn Weaver (DRL 117,612,471, 53- Pages 90 and 100) William graduated from Greenbrier Military School and he served in the U. 5. Marine Corps in the South Pacific. FAG 36573751. 

LTC (Ret) Worden Weaver (DRL 117,612,471, 54- Pages 80 and 100)
Worden enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in December 1941, when he was a Student at Auburn University. Worden served during World War II and in the Korean War. During World War II, He was a Pilot of a B-24 Liberator. He ~as shot down during a raid on a Polesti, Romania Oil Refinery in August 1944.1 He was a Prisoner-of-War for one (1) year and twenty-three (23) days. He was awarded the Silver Star Medal; the Air Medal with Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster; the Purple Heart Medal; and the Prisoner-of-War Medal. He retired from the U. 5. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1963. FAG 147051209. (Ex-Prisoner-of-War)
LTC (Ret) Lyman Fred Weaver (DRL 117,612,471, 55- Pages 90, 1cio, and 101) Lyman enlisted in the U.S. Air Force when he was a Freshman at Auburn University. Lyman served during World War II and the Korean War. During World War II, He served as a Pilot on a B-24 Liberator, completing thirty-five (35) missions over Europe. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross; the Air Medal with several Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters and Bronze Battle Stars. During the Korean War, He flew over one-hundred (100) missions in a P-51 Aircraft. In 1963, He was a Major in the New Mexico Air National Guard. Lyman retired from the U. S. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel. FAG 93609591. 

Frederick Tenney Conger (DRL 117,612,512, 61 - Pages 91 and 101) Frederick served as a Lieutenant in the Military Governments in Okinawa and Nagasaki. 

Fred Gregory (DRL 117, 612, 522, 31 - Pages 92 and 102) Fred spent three (3) years in the U. S. Navy during World War II and spent two (2) of them on Guam. 

Robert Nye Loomis (DRL 117,612, 111, 122- Pages 94 and 104) Robert served in the U.S. Navy (1943 - 1946) during World War II. 

LTC (Ret) Clifford Wallace Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 5-Pages 133 and 141) Clifford served as a Bomber Pilot during World War II and the Korean War. He graduated from the U. S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado and Retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel. FAG 117587524. 

Avery Angevine (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 7S - Page 141) Avery is a V11teran of World War II in the European Theater. 

Willis George Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 8 - Pages 133 and 142) Willis served as a Corporal in Company C, 706th Tank Battalion during World War II. 

Wallace Marshall Linnell, Jr. (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 435, 1 - Pages 135 and 144) Wallace enlisted in the U.S. Army on 9 December 1943 and served during World War II. FAG 43800177. 

Orrell Elmer Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 1 - Pages 137 and 146) During World War II, Orrell served in Hawaii under Civil Service. FAG 121285950. 

Leroy Wendell Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 4 - Pages 137 and 1 l7) Leroy enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps on 12 November 1943 and served during World War II. He saw Service in Saipan; in Taiwan; in Okinawa; in the Occupation Forces in Japan. He was exposed to Radiation in Nagasaki, Japan. He received the Purple Heart Medal. 

Alvan Earl Powers (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-5, 1S - Page 147) Alvan served in the Asian Theater of Operations during World War II. FAG 150256982. 

George Linwood Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-5, 2S- Pages 147 and 148) George enlisted in the Military Construction Battalion on 5 February 1945 during World War If and served in Guam, Okinawa; and-San Francisco, California.

James Freeman Cleveland (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 13S - Pages 155 and 156) James served as a Sergeant in the U. S. Army during World War II. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps (1942-1946) in the South Pacific. He served at Guadalcanal; in the Celebos Islands; and in the Philippine Islands. FAG 121484236. 

Harrison Rice Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 729, 12 - Pages 189 and 192) Harrison served as a Sergeant during World War II. FAG 160913689. 

Richard Dean Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 11 - Pages 190 and 192) Richard served in the U. S. Army Air Corps in New Guinea and in China, where He I as the Commander of his Squadron.
Robert Hartley Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 12- Pages 190 and 193) Robert served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. He is listed in "Who's Who in America", FAG 39855774.

Lawrence Vernile "Vern" Childers {DRL 11a, b15, 514, 825- Page 222) Lawrence was an Employee of the U. S. Government in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, when it was attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941. He was awarded a Citation for Bravery in evacuating wounded personnel during the bombing. He was wounded by shrapnel during the attack. FAG 82406523.

Earl Payne (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 24- Pages 219 and 224) Earl served for two (2) years during World War II. 

Virgil Leroy Boatman {DRL 11a, b15, 515, 51 - Page 219 of the DRL and Page 219 of the Additions and Corrections Booklet) Virgil served in the U.S. Army during World War II. FAG 74258618. 

Wayne Leslie Boatman (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 52 - Pages 219 and 225) Wayne served in the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theater during World War II. FAG 31870719. 

Lloyd Robert Boatman (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 53 - Pages 219 and 225) Lloyd served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. FAG 121183914. 

Darrell Laurence Parnell, Sr. (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His First Wife, the late Lavon Louise Ellis is listed on Page 219) Darrell served in the U. S. Navy during World War II.

Wilbur Harry Caldwell (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/~r in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His Second Wife, the late Lavon Louise Ellis is listed on Page 219) Harry served as a Sergeant in the U. S. Army during World War II. FAG 106799299.  

Paul Edward Linnell, Sr. (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 61 - Pages 220 and 225) Paul served as a Staff Sergeant in Company C, 290th Infantry, 75th Infantry Division during World War II in the European Theater. He was wounded and captured on Christmas Day, 25 December 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, and He was a Prisoner-of-War until Easter Sunday, 25 March 1945. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal; the Purple Heart Medal with Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster; the Prisoner-of-­War Medal; the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with three (3) Bronze Service Stars; the Combat Infantry Badge; the Expert Infantryman Badge - just to name a few. In November 2003 and again in November 2008, Paul was selected as the "VETERAN OF THE YEAR", along with other Former Prisoners-of­-War, by the Linn County Veterans Association in Albany, Oregon. As the "VETERAN OF THE YEAR", Paul and these other Former Prisoners-of-War were the Grand Marshalls for the Annual Veterans Day Parade in Albany, Oregon, which is the largest Veterans Day Parade in the Nation, West of the Mississippi River. On 19 April 2009, Paul was inducted into the "OREGON MILITARY HALL-­OF FAME", along with ninety-six (96) other Former Prisoners-of-War from the State of Oregon that served in the European and Pacific Theaters during World War II. During this Induction Ceremony, they also inducted Former Prisoners-of-­War from Oregon that served in World War I; in the Korean War; in the Vietnam War; and in the First Gulf War. (He is buried in the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Oregon) FAG 146009232. (He is an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

Daryl William Linnell, Sr. (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 62 - Pages 220 and 225) Daryl served in the U. S. Navy during World War II and was assigned to Squadron 9 Headquarters, Bermuda. He was Honorably Discharged as an Aviation Electrician Mate 3rd Class. FAG 43052206. 

Raleigh George Reel (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 64S - Page 226) Raleigh served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. FAG 36351136. 

Chief (Ret) John Marion Elliott (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 64S - Page 226) John served on the USS Hornet (CV-8) when it was attacked and sank by the Japanese during the Battle of Santa Cruz on October 27, 1942. The USS Hornet lost 140 Sailors that day when it sank; however, John survived. John served in both World War II and the Korean War in the U. S. Navy. He retired from the U.S. Navy as a Chief (E-9) in 1959. FAG 620419.

Clarence Dale Howe (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His First Wife, the late Ida Alva Ellis is listed on Page 219) Dale served in the U.S. Army during World War II. 

Leo Sears Epps (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His Second Wife, the late Ida Alva Ellis is listed on Page 219) Leo served in the U.S. Army during World War II. FAG 626529. 

Gerald Dean Gutzman (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 81 - Pages 220 and 226) Gerald served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. 

Robert Eugene Gutzman (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 82 - Pages 220 and 22~) Robert served in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II. 

COL (Ret) Frank Elijah Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 536, 1 - Page 214,220, and 221) Frank served in the U. S. Amy in both World War I and World War II Refer to World War I above for more information) FAG 32331425. 

BG (Ret) Frank Holroyd Linnell (DRL 11 a, b15, 536, 12 - Pages 199, 221, and 228) Frank graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York in 1941. He retired in 1971, with thirty-seven (37) years of Military Service, as the Deputy Commanding General at Fort Benning, Georgia and as a Brigadier General. During World War II, Frank served with the U. S. Army in New Guinea; He served in the Korean War; and He served in the Vietnam War (1967 - 1968) He was a Master Parachutist and made over 230 jumps. He was awarded the Army Distinguished Service Medal; the Legion of Merit Medal; the Silver Star Medal; the Bronze Star Medal; the Army Commendation Medal; the Master Parachutist Badge; the Combat Infantry Badge; and many other Awards. Brigadier General Linnell is possibly the most highly Decorated Military Soldier of our Linnell Family Members, which ranks him with the likes of Sergeant Alvin C. York (World War I); 1 LT Audie Murphy (World War II); and L TG Harold "Hal" B. Moore (World War II, Korea, and Vietnam), just to name a few. SPECIAL NOTE: had the privilege of meeting and serving Brigadier General Linnell at Fort: Benning, Georgia in 1970 -1971. FAG 39806680. 

Irving Nelson Linnell (DRL 118, 613,142 - Pages 260 and 265) Irving served in the U.S. State Department in Yokohama, Japan and it came at the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941) during World War II. He was interred in Japan from December 1941 until June 1942. FAG 26230895. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

John Wesley Linnell (DRL 118,314, 762, 1 - Pages 265 and 267) John served in the U.S. Army Air Corps (1943-1945) during World War II as a Cook in Italy. 

Arthur W. Linnell (DRL 118, 552, 154, 1 - Pages 267 and 269) Arthur served as a First Sergeant in the U. S. Army in the European Theater and earned many Awards and Citations. FAG 921704. His Wife, Margaret M. McKay (FAG 921709) is buried next to him in the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida - Plot: 301, 0, 699. 

Clifford Waldorf Linnell (DRL 118,552, 154, 6- Pages 267 and 269) Clifton served as a Staff Sergeant Radio Operator on a B-24 Liberator Bomber in the U. S. Army Air Corps. He was shot down over Berlin in April 1944 and He was a Prisoner-of-War for thirteen (13) months. He was liberated in May 1945. He reenlisted in 1946 and served in the Philippines. (He was an Ex-Prisoner-of-War) 

Robert Clifton Linnell (DRL 118, 552, 152, 11 - Pages 268 and 271) Robert was an Officer in the U. S. Navy and He commanded landing craft Infantry during the invasions of Africa, Italy, and France. 

Donald Jay Linnell (DRL 118, 552, 152, 12 - Pages 268 and 271) Donald served in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II and spent six (6) months on Guam. 

Frank Halford Linnell (DRL 118,241, 1-12, 3 - Pages 286 and 292) Frank served in the U.S. Army (1942 -1946) in the European Theater. 

John H. Michaird (DRL 118,241,215, 21S- Page 296) John served during World War II and was listed as Killed-In-Action in December 1944. He is supposedly buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia; however, I was unable to find him listed as being buried in Arlington National Cemetery. I am continuing to research this matter. 

Charles Truman Whitney (DRL 118, 241, 21-11, 12 - Pages 290 and 297) Charles served with the U.S. Army from 25 June 1942 until 11 January 1946 and He served in the Campaigns in New Guinea and Luzon in the Pacific Theater. He was awarded five (5) Medals, which included the Bronze Star Medal. He retired as a Shop Planner from Federal Civil Service with the U. S. Navy. FAG 23600643. 

George Frederick Wedge (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 21S - Page 297) George served with the U.S. Army from 30 October 1942 until 14 December 1945 and served as a Technical Medical Sergeant in the Pacific Theater. 

CPT (Ret) Norman Everett Linnell, Sr. (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 31 - Pages 291 and 297) Norman served in the U.S. Navy (1942 - 1945), during World War II. He was a Member of the U.S. Army Reserve for twenty (20) years, Retiring in 1967 with the Rank of Captain. FAG 39991468.

SGT (Ret) Arthur Leroy Linnell (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 32- Pages 291 and 298) Arthur served for over twenty (20) years in the U. S. Army and Retired as a First Sergeant. He served during World War II; served in the Korean War; and served ln Vietnam. FAG 73915648.
Judge Frank Warren Linnell (DRL 118,241,533, 52- Pages 295,303, and 304) In 1942, Frank was appointed by Governor Lewis 0. Burrows of Maine to help organize a Reserve State Guard Company in Auburn, Maine. (The DRL Records are possibly in error- the actual Governor of Maine in 1942 was Sumner Sewell, who was Governor from 1 January 1941 until 3 January 1945): Frank was a Captain in the 19th Company and served in that capacity during World War II. FAG 59694905. 

Carl W. Oberg, Jr. (DRL 118,241,231, 1125- Page 308) Carl served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. 

LTC (Ret) John Merrill Linnell (DRL 118,241,231,121 - Pages 300,308, and 309) John served in the u. s. Army during World War II; in the Korean war; and in the Vietnam War. John was a Career Officer and Retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. 

Mason Millard Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 124- Pages 300 and 309) Mason served as a First Sergeant in the U.S. Army (November 1940 until November 1945) in the European Theater. He received the Bronze Star Medal; the Purple Heart Medal; and the Combat Infantry Badge. FAG 39991802. 

Charles Henry Linnell (DRL 118 241,231, 151 - Pages 301 and 310) Charles served in the Canadian Air Force as part of a Maintenance Crew in England during World War II.
Lyman Gerald "Jerry" Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 154- Pages 301 and 311) Jerry served during World War II (1939-1942) when he was Medically Discharged. 

Howard John Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 156- Pages 301 and 312) Howard served during World War II and He was listed as Killed-In-Action near Holten, Netherlands. 

Delbert Irwin Klaus (DRL 118,241,533, 322S- Page 317) Delbert served as a Corporal in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. FAG39055555. 

Norman David Thompson, Sr. (DRL 118,241, 185, 85- Page 366) Norman was living in Hawaii (pre-WWII) and belonged to the Army Amateur Radio Service (AARS) At the time of the of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (7 December 1941), Norman established the first contact between the Islands and the U.S. Mainland for the Military while the attack was taking place. Norman continued his work with the Military until after the Battle of Midway Island (June 1942), when the Family moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota. FAG 55637040. 

Donald L. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 185, -10 - Pages 349 and 367) Donald served as a Captain and a Major in the U. S. Army Ordnance Corps during World War II. In the Pacific Theater, particularly in Saipan, He distinguished himself with the ingenuity with which he commanded the salvage operations, putting back into operation, tanks that had been submerged or put out of commission. For this he received special citations. He was also awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his Service. FAG 25110562. 

Russell M. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 116, 5-10 - Pages 353,373, and 374) Russell served in the U.S. Army (1941 -1944) on Corregidor and the Philippine Islands. FAG 158182666.
Arnold Underwood Linnell (DRL 118,241,116, 5-11 - Pages 353 and 373) Arnold served as a Tech 5 in the European Theater. FAG 40013612. 

Morris Owen Sanford (DRL 118,241, 116, 9-12S- Page 376) Morris served in the U. S. Navy for four (4) years in the Pacific Amphibious Forces during World War II.
Ernest Kerry Cummings (DRL 118,241, 121, 24- Pages 355 and 377) Ernest served during World War II. FAG 60664188. 

Robert A. "Bud" Linnell (DRL 118,241, 142, 222- Pages 378 and 417) Robert served in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II and He died in the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa.

Carl Martin (DRL 118,241, 145, 86S- Page 381) Carl is a Veteran of World War II.
Dr. Zenos McPherson "Zee" Linnell (DRL 118,241, 154, 12 – Pages 361, 384, and 385) Zenos served as an Ensign in the U. S. Navy during World War II. FAG 169354923.
Donald Lawrence Linnell (DRL 118,241, 169, 22- Pages 347 and 364) Donald served as a Corporal in the U. S. Army Air Corps from September 1942 through June 1945 in England. He was Honorably Discharged in September 1945. FAG 31137852. 

Louis Frank Tinthoff (DRL 118,241, 185, 14S - Page 368) Louis served in the U. S. Navy for three (3) years during World War II. 

Roger Linnell (DRL 118,241, 145, 132- Pages 380 and 420) Roger served in the U.S. Navy on a Destroyer in the Pacific Theater. 

Reuben Mack (DRL 118,241, 185, 22S- Page 389) Reuben served in the U. S. Navy in the Admiralty Islands as a Storekeeper 3rd Class during World War II.
Gunner Nordberg (DRL 118,241,112,637 S- Page 394) Gunner served in the U. S. Navy (January 1943 - March 1946) during World War II. 

Lawrence Bernard Shepard (DRL 118,241,112, 645S - Page 395) Lawrence served in the U. S. Marine Corps during world War II and was part of the invasion of lwo Jima. FAG 78538585.

Basil Evans Smith (DRL 118,241,112,651 - Pages 369 and 396) Basil served as a Tech 4 in the U. S. Army during World War II with the 3368th Signal Service Battalion. FAG 49667239.
Harold Earl (Stub) Linnell (DRL 118,241,112, 812- Pages 370 and 401) Harold served in the U.S. Navy as a Motor Machinist Mate 1st Class during World War II. FAG 70751587. 

Doris Anderson (DRL 118,241,112,871 - Pages 371 and 402) Doris served for twenty-one (21) months in the WAVES during World War II. 

Melvin A. Johnston (DRL 118,241, 112, 871S- Page 402) Melvin served as a Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy for five (5) years during World War II. 

Guyal L. Anderson (DRL 118,241, 112, 873- Pages 371 and 402) Guyal entered the U. S. Navy in 1943 after his High School graduation and served as a Signalman aboard Landing Craft Infantry during the Philippine Campaign during World War II. FAG 78297372. 

LTC (Ret) Guy Bennett Hagen (DRL 118, 241, 116, 911.5 - Page 411) Guy joined the U. 5. Army Oct 1940, He served for over twenty-three (23) years, and He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1963. Guy was the Communications Officer of the 120th Reg. 30th Div. In World War II. He arrived in France D-Day +3 and was involved in the Battle of Mortain where he was cut off for three days and had to avoid capture from three SS Tank and Mechanized Infantry divisions, one being the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Over the following months his Regiment was the first into Belgium, first into Holland, Captured Fort Eben-Emael, and fought in the Bulge at Malmedy. At Malmedy his unit was the first to stumble upon the unfortunate massacre incident and afterwards crossed the Rhine March 24th 1945 in a nighttime assault. He ended the War in Grunewald, Germany where his unit met the Russians. For his World War II service, Guy received four Bronze Stars, one with Valor, two Purple Hearts, five Battle Stars, US Presidential Unit Citation (120th inf. Regiment for Mortain), French Croix Deguerre Unit Citation and two Belgian Fourragere Unit Citations. Guy was interviewed numerous times about his actions in World War II and he has been in three different books on the battle of Mortain. After the War Guy was sent to Japan to train the new Japanese Army and was then subsequently sent to Korea. During his years of Service, He was promoted to Base Commander. He served in Lebanon, Indiana; at Fort Benning, Georgia; at Fort Sill, Oklahoma; in Danville, Illinois; in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; in Japan; and in Germany. Vietnam War. His VFW hat says World War II – Korea – Vietnam. Guy’s World War Two division, the 30th Infantry is currently up for a Presidential Unit citation with President Trump for being the highest rated division in the European Theatre and stopping the German breakout of St. Lo at Mortain that could have lengthened ed the war another year. They were so successful Hitler personally named the 30th division “Eisenhower’s SS”. FAG 47383232. 

Richard Raymond Linnell (DRL 118,241, 116, 912- Pages 4,374,410, and 411) Richard served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. FAG 152014199. 

David John Nelson (DRL 118,241, 116, 921S- Page 411) David served in the U. S. Navy Seabees during World War II. 

LTC (Ret) Donald Milo Cummings (DRL 118,241, 121, 212- Pages 377 and 416) Donald served during World War II; in the Korean War; and in the Vietnam War. Donald served in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II. After World War II, Donald remained in the U. S. Air Force for over twenty (20) years and Retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1964. He received two (2) Distinguished Flying Crosses and twenty (20) Air Medals. FAG 100745416.

Robert Lincoln Cummings (DRL 118,241, 121, 214- Pages 377 and 416) Robert served in the U. S. Army in France during World War II. 

Douglas Rex Linnell (DRL 118,241, 142, 313- Pages 379 and 418) Douglas served as a PHM Medic First Class with the U. S. Navy during World War II. He participated in the invasions of South France; at Sicily; at Gola; and at Salerno. In these missions, his Unit received numerous Commendations. FAG 102663568. 

William Robert Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 142, 315 - Pages 379 and 419) William served in the U.S. Army Air Corps (1943-1946) during World War II. FAG 40021830.
Roger B. Linnell (DRL 118,241, 145, 132- Pages 380 and 420) Roger enlisted in the U. S. Navy during World War II. FAG 155004388. 

LTC (Ret) Worden Weaver (DRL 117,612,471, 65- Pages 90 and 100) Worden also served during World War II (refer to "World War II" above for more information) FAG 147051209.

LTC (Ret) Lyman Fred Weaver (DRL 117,612,471, 55- Pages 90,100, and 101) Lyman also served during World War II (refer to "World War II" above for more information) FAG 93609591. 

LTC (Ret) Clifford Wallace Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 5- Pages 133 and 141) Clifford served in both World War II and Korea (Refer to "World War II" above for more information) FAG 117587524. 

THE KOREAN WAR 

Chief (Ret) John Marion Elliott (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 64S - Page 220) John also served during World War II (refer to "World War 1/11 above for more information) FAG 620419. 

BG (Ret) Frank Holroyd Linnell (DRL 11a, b15, 536, 12- Pages 199,221, and 228) Frank also served during World War II and during the Vietnam War (refer to "World War 1/11 above for more information) FAG 39806680. 

1SG (Ret) Arthur Leroy Linnell (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 32- Pages 291 and 298) Arthur also served during World War II and during the Vietnam War (refer to "World War l/11 above for more information) FAG 73915648. 

Wayne Allen Boysen (DRL 118,241, 113S- Page 308) Wayne served during the Korean War.
LTC (Ret) John Merrill Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 121 - Pages 300,308, and 309) John also served during World War II and during the Vietnam War (refer to "World War 1/11 above for more information) 

Robert Floyd Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 231, 436- Page 302 and 315) Robert served as a Corporal in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. FAG 21568827.
Dallas Harley Smith (DRL 118,241, 112, 659- Pages 369 and 398) Dallas served during the Korean War (1953 -1955) FAG 76553141. 

Larry Eugene Linnell (DRL 118,241,116,561 - Pages 375,407, and 408) Larry served as a Private First Class in the U. S. Army during the Korean War. FAG 80333352.
Dale Rodney Verrill (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 41 S - Page 157) Dale served in the U.S. Marine Corps (1966 - 1968) in North Carolina and Vietnam. 

Daniel Ellis Olin (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 611S - Page 234) Daniel served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army from 1973 - 1976 and served one (1) year in Vietnam. FAG 36326475. 

Paul Warner Needham, Jr. (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 611S - Page 234) Paul served in the U. S. Marine Corps from 1968 - 1978 and served two (2) tours in Vietnam. 

Paul Edward Linnell, Jr. (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 612- Pages 225,234, and 235) Paul served in the U.S. Army from August 15, 1967 through December 1, 2007 (40-plus years) He saw service in Germany; in Korea; in Southeast Asia; and Southwest Asia; and numerous Stateside Assignments at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana; at Fort Benning, Georgia; at Fort Lee, Virginia; at Fort Lewis, Washington; at Silas B. Hays Hospital, Fort Ord, California; at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington; at Letterman Army Medical Center, San Francisco, California; at 97th General Hospital, Frankfort, Germany; at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D. C.; and at HQ, Sixth U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, California. During his Military Service, he was awarded seven (7) Unit Awards; thirty-one (31) Individual Awards; twenty-one (21) Commemorative Medals; and ten (10) Other Specialty Awards.

Nicholas Dale Howe (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His Mother, the late Ida Alva Ellis is listed on Page 219) Nicholas served in the U.S. Air Force. He served for over twenty (20) years and Retired as a Senior Master Sergeant. He served in England and Vietnam. FAG 131657983.

Franklin Ryan Ellis Howe (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His Mother, the late Ida Alva Ellis is listed on Page 219) Frank served in the U.S. Marine and served two (2) tours in Vietnam.

BG (Ret) Frank Holroyd Linnell (DRL 11 a, b15, 536, 12 - Pages 199, 221, and 228) Frank served during World War II; in the Korean War; and in the Vietnam War (refer to "World War II" above for more information) FAG 39806680. 

1SG (Ret) Arthur Leroy Linnell (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 32- Pages 291 and 298) Arthur served during World War II; in the Korean War; and in the Vietnam War (refer to "World War II" above for more information) FAG 73915648. 

LTC (Ret) John Merrill Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 21 - Pages 300,308, and 309) John served during World War II; in the Korean War; and in the Vietnam War (refer to "World War II" above for more information) 

Charles R. C. Eggert (DRL 118,241,231, 363 - Pages 301,313, and 314) Charles served during the Vietnam War. 

Paul Moe Linnell (DRL 118,241,231, 124, 2- Pages 309 and 322. Paul served in the U.S. Air Force (1967 -1971) He served one (1) year in Thailand with two (2) short stints in Vietnam. His Military Awards and Decorations include the Vietnam Service Medal and the Vietnam Commemorative Medal. 

Danny Carl Martin (DRL 118,241,145,861 - Pages 381 and 422) Danny served during the Vietnam War. FAG 143118845. 

Terrance "Terry" Lynn Mack (DRL 118,241, 185, 222- Pages 389 and 434) Terry served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam in 1967. 

Stephen Carl Nordberg (DRL 118, 241, 112, 637, 1 - Pages 394 and 437) Stephen served in the U. S. Air Force for four (4) years and served one (1) of them in Vietnam. 

Larry Lawrence Shepard (DRL 118, 241, 112, 645, 1 - Pages 395 and 437) Larry enlisted in the U. S. Navy in 1967 for four (4) years, of which two (2) years were spent in Vietnam.
James Leroy Huskey (DRL 118,241, 112, 653, 2- Pages 397 and 440) James served in the U. S. Army in Vietnam. 

THE FIRST GULF WAR 

Paul Edward Linnell, Jr. (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 612- Pages 225,234, and 235) Paul served for forty-plus (40-plus) years in the U.S. Army. He served in the Vietnam War and the First Gulf War (refer to the "Vietnam War" above for more information)

THE IRAQ WAR 

MAJ (Ret) Mark Edwin Wisner (DRL 118,241,112,691, 1 - Pages 399 and 442) Mark served as a Flight Surgeon (served as a Captain and a Major) with the 1st Battalion,108th Aviation (Assault) Regiment of the Kansas Army National Guard. He was serving at LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq in September 2006. 

SGT (Ret) Michelle (Embretson) Green (DRL 118,241,116,911,22) Michelle Served with the Wisconsin Army National Guard, 1158th Transportation Company, Black River Falls January 2010. Her unit which specializes in hauling tanks and heavy equipment was ordered into active Federal service in Iraq & Kuwait 1 February 2009; and released from active Federal service 7 March 2010.

THE AFGHANISTAN WAR 

Jay Mitchell Hansen (DRL 118,241, 145, 131, 131 - Page 470) Jay is still serving as a Corporal in the U. S. Marine Corps. He has served as part of the U. S. Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C. He has served at the White House and at Camp David. In 2013, Jay served in Delaram Province, Afghanistan. 

UNKNOWN WARS OR CONFLICTS

Richard John Mountjoy (DRL 117,612, 133, 23- Pages 89 and 98) Richard was a Dermatologist who served in the Armed Forces. 

Enoch Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-7 - Pages 24 and 118) Enoch and his younger Brother, Luther, responded to the call of the Governor of Maine to repel the "Invaders", Lumberman from New Brunswick, Canada, who were operating in the Aroostock Valley. In this so-called "Aroostock War" (1836-1839), the National Government responded by sending General Winfield Scott to negotiate. The compromise that was worked out settled the boundary between Maine and New Brunswick, Canada. 

Luther Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-8 - Pages 24 and 118) Luther and his older Brother, Enoch, responded to the call of the Governor of Maine (refer to the above for "Enoch Linnell" for more information) FAG 152832628. 

Bernie Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-4- Pages 129 and 138) Based on his Date of Birth and Date of Death in the DRL Records, Bernie possibly served during World War I, because he was buried with "Full Military Honors". FAG 104132560. 

John Winslow Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, -12- Page 133) John served in the Military in Europe. FAG 94074918. 

Orrell Elmer Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 1 - Pages 137 and 146) During World War II, Orrell served in Hawaii as a Civil Service Employee. FAG 121285950.
Robert Moody (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, -11S (Page 142) Robert served in the U. S. Navy, possibly during World War II and/or the Korean War. 

Frank Stuart Linnell (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 42-11, 3- Pages 135 and 143) Frank served in the U. S. Army as a First Lieutenant in the Artillery. Frank possibly served in World War II; in the Korean War; and/or in the Vietnam War. FAG 26598001. 

Roger Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 42- Pages 141 and 150) Roger served in the U. S. Air Force.
Paul Olson (DRL 117, 7-10-1, 423, 43- Pages 141 and 150) Paul served in the National Guard.
Raymond Anthony Greenlaw (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 132, 12- Pages 145 and 155) Raymond served in the U. S. Army for twenty (20) years. He spent the last ten (10) years at Fort Dix, New Jersey, in charge of all Sports in the Special Services. FAG 49193248. 

Malcolm Wilfred Woodworth (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 21 - Pages 146 and 156) Malcolm served in the U.S. Air Force (1956-1960) and was stationed in England for three (3) years.
Quentin J. Henderson (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 31S- Pages 156 and 157) Quentin retired from the U.S. Navy after nineteen (19) years on 6 April 1979. He served on several classes of ships including the USS Robert Wilson (DD-847) and the USS Franklin Roosevelt (CVA-42), among them. 

Richard Leo Bannister (DRL 117, 7-10-2, 1-10-2, 33S- Page 157) Richard served in the U.S. Air Force (1967 -1971) 

SGT Russell J. St. Jean (No DRL Number - Listed on Page 187) Russell served in the U.S. Army, possibly during World War II. He died on 13 September 1950. 

Eric Randall Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 14- Pages 190, 193, and 194) Eric went to the U.S. Army Signal School at Fort Monmouth, New York and was a Radar and Countermeasure Specialist in Puerto Rico and Panama. 

David Edward Linnell (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 142 - Page 193) David served in the U. S. Army in Berlin, Germany. 

Robert Ellsworth Linnell, Jr. (DRL 11a, b12, 729, 111 - Pages 191 and 195) Robert served in the U.S. Navy for two (2) years. FAG 130947798. 

John Henry Ambrose (DRL 11a, b12, 753, 134- Pages 193 and 197) John served in the U. S. Navy for six (6) years with specialized training in Electronics. 

Donald Hahn (DRL 11 a, b15, 933, 1 - Page 216) Donald served as a Corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps in the 10th Company, 4th Regiment. 

Albert Leroy Sedivy (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 93S - Page 227) Albert served in the U. S. Marine Corps, possibly during World War II and/or the Korean War. FAG 68941820. 

Harold Don Graybeal (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 93S - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - Second Husband of Velma Irene Lough - Pages 220 and 227) Don served in the U. S. Army and Retired as a Sergeant First Class. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. He possibly served in World War II; in the Korean War; in the Vietnam War; and/or the First Gulf War. FAG 13834739. 

Robert Louis Linnell (DRL 11 a, b15, 844, 21 - Pages 221 and 228) Robert served in the U. S. Army. 

Lawrence Vernile "Vern" Childers (DRL 11a, b15, 514, 82S - Page 222) Lawrence was a Government Employee in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, when it was attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941. He was awarded a Citation of Bravery for assisting in evacuating wounded during the bombing. He was wounded by Schrapnel during the attack. FAG 82406523.

David Grose (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 123- Pages 223 and 231) David served and Retired from the U. S. Navy as a Chief (E-8) 

Dale Eugene Volgamore (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 231 - Pages 224 and 234) Dale served as a Corporal in the U.S. Army for three (3) years. FAG 53358185. 

Eldon Lee Volgamore (DRL 11a, b15, 515, 232- Pages 224 and 233) Eldon served in the U.S. Air Force for four (4) years. FAG 49993337. 

Darrell Laurence Parnell, Jr. (No DRL Number - Not Listed in the DRL and/or in the Additions and Corrections Booklet - His Mother, the late Lavon Louise Elis is listed on Page 219) Darrell served in the U. S. Air Force for six (6) years. 

LeRoy Gale Satter (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 631 - Pages 220 and 235) LeRoy served in the Oregon Army National Guard for six (6) years. 

Aaron Edward Reel (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 642, 1 - Page 236 of the DRL and Page 236 of the Additions and Corrections Booklet) Aaron served in the U. S. Marine Corps.
Adam Alma Reel (DRL 11a, b15, 515,642, 2- Page 236) Adam serves in the U.S. Marine Corps in North Carolina and will be Retiring in October 2018. 

Gary Alan Reel (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 643 - Pages 226 and 236) Gary served in the U.S. Coast Guard (1973 -1977) on the Icebreaker "Storts" in Kodiak, Alaska. 

Toby Alan Reel (DRL 11a, b15, 515,643, 1 - Page 236) Toby served in the U. S. Marine Corps.
Troy James Compton (DRL 11 a, b15, 515, 644, 1 S - Page 236 of the Additions and Corrections Booklet) Troy is currently serving in the U.S. Air Force h,-Liis Vegas, Nevada and just reenlisted for anotffer tour. 

Irving Nelson Linnell (DRL 118,513, 142- Pages 260 and 265) Irving served in the U. S. State Department in Yokohama, Japan, at the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (December 7, 1941), and he was interred in Japan from December 1941 until June 1942. FAG 26230895. (He was an Ex­Prisoner-of-War)

Sherwood Linnell Tonkin (DRL 118, 552, 151, 22 - Pages 268 and 270) Sherwood served as a Lieutenant in the Connecticut Air National Guard and was Killed in a plane crash while servicing with the Connecticut Air National Guard. FAG 139619989. 

David Blais (DRL 118, 552, 154, 63S - Page 272) David served for seven (7) years in the U'. S. Navy and was stationed at the Submarine Base at Grotan, Connecticut. 

Lee W. Linnell (DRL 118, 552, 154, 65 - Pages 269 and 273) Lee served in the U. S. Navy for six (6) years. 

Edwin Josiah Linnell (DRL 118,241,552, 4-Page 289) Edwin enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1902 and served as a Seaman on the USS Iowa. 

William Warren Linnell, Jr. (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 23- Pages 291 and 298) William served as an Airman First Class (1953 -1959) with the Air National Guard in either Oregon or Washington (since he lived in Camas, Washington) 

Carl "Kite" Dale Grant (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 425- Page 299) Carl served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Armed Forces (1950 -1953) in Germany. 

Harvey E. Pittman, Jr. (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 43S - Page 299) Harvey served as a Staff Sergeant and Retired from the U. S. Air Force. 

Thomas Merritt Randlett (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 432- Page 299) As of the writing of the DRL, Thomas was serving with the Maine Air National Guard. 

Kevin Donald Randlett (DRL 118, 241, 21-11, 434 - Pages 299 and 308) As of the writing of the DRL, Kevin was serving in the Maine Air National Guard. 

Michael O'Shea (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 212- Pages 297 and 305) Michael enlisted in the U.S. Navy on 12 July 1972 and served in the Near East until his Discharge on 30 May 1975 with a Rate of FNE-3. He reenlisted in the U.S. Navy on 5 August 1975 and in 1976, He was training in Norfolk, Virginia with a Rate of MM/FNE-3. 

Douglas George Holmes, Jr. (DRL 118,241, 21-11, 312S - Page 306) Douglas served in the U. S. Air Force for four (4) years. 

Gary Dale Grant (DRL 118, 241, 21-11, 423- Page 299) As of the writing of the DRL, Gary was serving as a Specialist Four (E-4) in the U. S. Army at Fort Hood, Texas.
Dennis C. Linnell (DRL 118,241,231,361 - Pages 301 and 315) Dennis served in the U. S. Army and was stationed in Germany for 2 ½ years. 

Richard Lee Linnell (DRL 118,241,533,311 - Pages 302 and 316) Richard served in the U. S. Navy Reserves. 

William R. Linnell (DRL 118,241,533, 325- Pages 303 and 318) William served in the U. S. Air Force. 

Nathan Curtis Linnell (DRL 118,241,533, 326- Pages 303 and 318) Nathan served in the U. 5. Air Force. 

Gary Lee Rosevold (DRL 118, 241,231, 3 - Pages 309 and 321) As of the writing of the DRL, in 1989, Gary was a Lieutenant Colonel in the U. 5. Air Force and was the Commander of the goth Tactical Fighter Squadron at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippine Islands. 

Jon Earl Linnell (DRL 118,241,231,124, 3- Pages 309 and 322) Jon served in the U. 5. Air Force and U. 5. Air Force Reserve. 

Richard Linnell Pierson (DRL 118,241,231, 131, 1 - Pages 310 and 323) Richard was a Commander in the U. 5. Navy and was Killed-In-Action while flying a plane off an Aircraft Carrier near Japan on 11 November 1973. 

Paul Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 185, 66 - Pages 366 and 391) Paul served as a Staff Sergeant (E-6) with the U.S. Army (1966-1968) at Fort Benning Georgia. He served at Fort Benning, Georgia just prior to BG (Ret) Frank Holroyd Linnell's assignment there in November 1968.
Norman David Thompson (DRL 118,241,185, 83- Pages 366 and 393) Norman served in the U. 5. Army Reserves. 

Arleigh Dahlman Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 112, 638 - Pages 368 and 395) Arleigh served for over twenty (20) years and Retired from the U. S. Air Force. have been unable to determine if he ever fought in a War and/or where he was stationed. 

Oswald "Ozzie" Verne Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 112, 646 - Pages 368 and 396) Ozzie served in the U. 5. Army (1954 - 1956) 

Louis Green (DRL 118, 241, 112, 65-115 - Page 398) Louis served in the U. S. Air Force for four (4) years. 

Gerald Smith (DRL 118,241,112,671 - Pages 369,398, and 399) Gerald served in the U. 5. Army (1944 - 1946) 

Lawrence R. Smith (DRL 118,241,112,676 - Pages 368 and 399) Lawrence served in the U. 5. Army. 

Murray Don Anderson (DRL 118,241, 112, 875- Pages 375 and 403) Murray served in the U. 5. Air Force (1949 - 1952) and possibly served during the Korean War. 

Gerald Mainer (DRL 118, 241, 116, 5435 - Page 405) Gerald served in the U. 5. Marine Corps for four (4) years. 

Melvin Ingham Smith (DRL 118,241, 116, 5545 - Page 406) Melvin served in the U. 5. Army for four (4) years. FAG 78540610. 

Richard Ralph Bockovich (DRL 118,241, 116, 558- Pages 373 and 406) Richard served in the U. 5. Army (1956-1958) 

William Mark Linnell (DRL 118,241, 116, 983- Pages 376 and 414) As of the writing of the DRL Records, William was serving in the U. S. Army Reserves. 

Howard Allen Linnell (DRL 118,241, 116, 9-10-1 - Pages 376,414, and 415) Howard served in the U. S. Navy for two (2) years. 

John O'Kay (DRL 118,241,121,215, 3- Page 417) As of the writing of the DRL Records, John was serving as a Major in the U. 5. Army ad He was stationed in Germany. 

Roy Edward Linnell (DRL 118,241,142,228 - Pages 379 and 418) Roy served in the U. 5. Army Corps of Engineers in Germany, after World War II. 

Herbert M. Farguson (DRL 118,241,145,821 - Pages 381 and 420) Herbert served as an Airman First Cass in the U. 5. Air Force for four (4) years. FAG 120549815. 

James Linnell (DRL 118,241,145,951 - Pages 382 and 423) James served in the Military in the 1960's. 

Earl Bensworth Palmquist (DRL 118, 241, 145, -10-315 - Page 426) Earl served in the U. 5. Air Force for four (4) years. FAG 58584142. 

Douglas Leroy Johnson (DRL 118,241, 154, 512- Pages 386 and 430) Douglas served in the U. 5. Navy. 

David Guy Bennett (DRL 118,241, 161, 1115 - Page 430) David served in the U. 5. Coast Guard and was also in the U. 5. Army, for a total of twelve (12) years of Military Service. FAG 89561703. 

David Charles Linnell (DRL 118,241,169,211 - Pages 387 and 431) David served as a Sergeant in the U. 5. Air Force (1973-1976) and was an Environmental Support Specialist and was stationed mainly at Malstrom Air Force in Great Falls, Montana. 

Robert Harold Linnell (DRL 118,241, 169, 213- Pages 387 and 432) In 1985, he was serving in the U. 5. Navy on the USS Juneau. He previously served for five (5) years in the U. S. Air Force. 

John Covey Tinthoff (DRL 118,241, 185, 142- Pages 388 and 433) John served in the U. 5. Navy Dental Corps (1957 - 1959) FAG 127507587. 

Richard Gross (DRL 118,241, 185, 2215- Page 434) Richard served in the U. 5. Air Force for four (4) years. 

Gerald Wayne Nordberg (DRL 118,241,112,637, 2- Pages 394 and 437) Gerald served in the U. 5. Air Force (1969 - 1973) 

Michael John Nordberg (DRL 118,241,112,637, 3- Pages 385 and 437) Michael served in the U. 5. Air Force (1971 -1979) As of the writing of the DRL Records, Michael was serving as an Air National Guard Technician. 

Wayne Herbert Kallestad (DRL 118,241,112,645, 25- Page 438) As of the writing of the DRL, Wayne was serving in the U. S. Air Force in Atwater, California. 

Randall L. Smith (DRL 118, 241, 112, 651, 3 - Pages 396 and 439) Randall served in the U. S. Air Force for eight (8) years. As of the writing of the DRL, Randall was working as a Federal Civil Service Technician with the Air National Guard. 

Stanley Lynn Smith (DRL 118,241,112,652, 1 - Pages 397 and 440) Stanley served in the U. S. Navy for two (2) years. 

Guy Darold Smith (DRL 118,241,112,652, 2 - Pages 398 and 442) Guy served in the U.S. Marine Corps (1973 -1974) 

Mary Ellen Bockovich (DRL 118,241,116,552, 5- Pages 405 and 447) As of the writing of the DRL, Mary was serving as a Technical Sergeant in the U. S. Air Force, as the Supervisor of the Base Dental Clinic stationed in Soesterberg, Holland. 

Herbert Wayne Nunley (DRL 118,241,116,552, 55- Page 447) As of the writing of the DRL, Herbert was serving as a Technical Sergeant in the U. S. Air Force, as the Supervisor of the Dispensary and Pharmacy in Soesterberg, Holland. 

Charles Allen Silence (DRL 118, 241, 116, 558, 1 S - Page 449) As of the writing of the DRL, Charles had been serving in the U.S. Army for ten (10) years and had been stationed in Germany and Korea. 

Roy Edward Linnell, Jr. (DRL 118,241,142,228, 1 - Pages 418 and 455) Roy served with the U.S. Army in the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas and Germany. 

Thomas Claire Linnell (DRL 118,241,142,315, 1 - Pages 419 and 457) Thomas served in the U. S. Air Force and was stationed in Tucson, Arizona and in Bitburg, Germany. 

John James Warren (DRL 118,241,145,911, 1 - Pages 422 and 460) John served in the U. S. Air Force. 

Roger Hansen (DRL 118,241,145,131, 1S- Page 458) Roger served in the Minnesota Army National Guard as a Radar Section Chief with HHB, 47th Division Artillery, 47th Infantry Division. 

Brian Weekley (DRL 118, 241, 145, 131, 2 - Page 459) Brian served in the U. S. Army for six (6) years. He was a Sergeant (E-5) Helicopter Crew Chief. He served in Stuttgart, Germany (1982-1983); in Nellingen, West Germany; in Cerrill, Honduras; and in Grand Forks, North Dakota. 

Kellie L. (Weekley, Westerbruhr) Thommes (DRL 118,241,145,131, 2- Page 459) Kellie served as a First Lieutenant and Captain in the U. S. Air Force (1996 - 2000) She served as a Clinical Nurse in the Intensive Care Section at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. In 2018, She was a Captain of the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.

Benjamin Jens Esler (DRL 118,241, 145, 131, 112- Page 470) Benjamin is currently serving in the U. S. Marine Corps as a Lance Corporal with the Naval Aviation Technical Support Systems at the Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort, South Carolina. 
 
Brian Mahlon Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 112, 611, 2 - Page 248) April 1968 - January 1970 . Brian served in the US Navy, Sea Bees. He served 2 tours in Vietnam as Equipment Operator, Petty Officer 3rd Class. He was stationed between Hue and Quang Tri and second tour south of Da Nang, South Vietnam. He received the Vietnam Service Medal and the Vietnam Commemorative Medal. 

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  1. Brian Mahlon Linnell (DRL 118, 241, 112, 611, 2 - Page 248) April 1968 - January 1970 . Brian served in the US Navy, Sea Bees. He served 2 tours in Vietnam as Equipment Operator, Petty Officer 3rd Class. He was stationed between Hue and Quang Tri and second tour south of Da Nang, South Vietnam. He received the Vietnam Service Medal and the Vietnam Commemorative Medal.

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