Veterans Roll Call of Honor
I hear their whispers…ethereal, soft and still.
Daughter, if you do not remember us, who will?
Derek Bell, US Army, current conflict, Iraq
Steven Breitag US Army, current conflict
Ryan Husby, US Army, serving in current conflict
Lt. Nick Ferri, USMC, current conflict
Buddie F. Calhoun, US Air Force
Jessie Calhoun, US Army
Durl Gene Calhoun, KIA Viet Nam 1970
Marcel Davis –US Army, Viet Nam 1965.
Avon Fee US Army
James Thomas Fee, Korea 1950, US Army
Thurman Fee US Army
Gary “Gabe” Gabehart, Chickasaw, US Navy, Cuba 1943-2015
Timothy Lewis Gabehart, Chickasaw, US Army, Red Sea
Richard Gabehart, Chickasaw, US Army, Post War Germany
Wm A Garcia USAF 1980- 83 Peace time
Clarence Leon Goins, USMC 1957-1960
Dwight “Sonny Boy” Goins, USMC 1957-1960
Howard Goins USAF 1963-1967
Jerome Joseph Hoelscher, Sgt. US Army – Korea
Aundon Hinkle, US Marine Corps, 1944 – 1947
Farrell Hinkle, US Air Force, 1959-1963
George Aaron Morris USN WWII, Rank MM3, served aboard the USS Bladen
Aubrey Townsend, West Point Graduate, Merchant Marines,
US Marine Corps, WWII-France & Germany, Korea, Cuba, Vietnam
Bobby D. Smiddy My Husband Sgt. Alpha Co. 2/60 9th Inf. Div., Mekong Delta 1969
Howard Hugh Ashworth, SSgt, WWII, Battle of the Bulge, Europe
Kenneth Barfield, US Marine, WWII
Clint Davis, US Army, World War II Veteran 1940
Amos C. Calhoun, WWII
Daniel Calhoun, Korea, WWII US Navy
Nelon Calhoun, WWII US Navy
Milton Fee, US Navy WWII
Joe Willie Gabehart, Chickasaw, US Army, WWII – Battle of the Bulge, Europe
Lloyd Goins, Merchant Marines, WWII
Ervin Goins, US Army, WWII, Europe
Farley Benjamin Goins, US Navy, WWII & Korea
Grady Goins, US Army WWII & Philippines
Wilson Goins, US Army WWII
Earl Gaston Goins, WWII, Purple Heart and Distinguished Service Cross. “Earl was told by Patton that he missed the Congressional Medal of Honor by a tiny bit.”
Lewis A Hilburn, WW II, Korea, and VietNam
Minor Columbus Hinkle, US Army, 1940-1944, died Dec 14, 1944,
Palawan POW, Philippine Islands
Raymond McLeod, WWII US Navy
Joe Preston Parrott, US Army, WWII, Germany & France
Carl Wayne Stringer, United States Army, Korea
Raymond B Tober, US WW II Killed in Action France 6-29-1944
Deward Stringer US Army, WWII
James R, Turner, US Army WW2, Korea, Viet Nam
Robert Willis, USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hi. WWII
James R, Turner, US Army WW2, Korea, Viet Nam
Billy A. Bunch U.S. Navy (LST-636 and USS Pine Island)
Chester Smiddy S/Sgt. U. S. Army
Elmer Lee Floyd U.S. Army Anzio Beach
Horace Richard Floyd U. S. Army
Roy Willard Floyd U. S. Army
Benjamin (Buddie) F. Calhoun, WW1 US Army
Merlie Calhoun, WW1 US Army
William Welcome Morris US Army Aircorp, WWI
Dr. Daniel O. Willis, WW1
General Jackson Hinkle, US Army, 1920-1924
David Stonewall Hinkle US Army, 1921-1925 and US Navy 1942-1944
The War Between the States
John C. Calhoun, CSA
Joseph Calhoun, CSA
Aaron Fee, CSA
Clemente Galindo, CSA
Daniel Goins, Confederate Soldier, NC 2nd Cavalry, Vicksburg
James Goins (also listed as Santiago Goins) (son of Jeremiah Goins and Charity Sarafina Drake) CSA.
Rayborn Goins (son of Jeremiah Goins and Charity Sarafina Drake) CSA.
Ruebin Goins (son of Jeremiah Goins and Charity Sarafina Drake) CSA.
Mathias Mowery, Texas militia and confederate cav. Death 1864 union POW camp.
Lewis Mulkey CSA.
Benjamin Nash, CSA.
Manuel “Command” Nash, Cresent Regiment, Co. I,
Louisiana Infantry, Civil War.
Burrell Nash, Private, Company C, 18th Louisiana Infantry
William Nevilles/Nevels CSA.
Confederate Recruit Wilson Ashley Parker, Enlisted March 20, 1862, private, Company F, 22nd Texas Infantry, Hubbard’s Regiment. Died in measles outbreak, buried at mass grave Ft Lott, Texas
Confederate Recruit Peter Logan Parker, Enlisted March 20, 1862, private, Company F, 22nd Texas Infantry, Hubbard’s Regiment. Died in measles outbreak, buried at mass grave Ft Lott, Texas.
Ignacio Perez, CSA.
Adam Ray, CSA.
Nelson Anderson Stephens, CSA.
Leonard Stringer, Calvary.
Joel Stringer, Confederate Army, Civil War.
Enriquez Tober (Tover), CSA “Henriques Tober”
Co. A, Ragsdale’s Batt’n TX Cavalry.
Wilson Taylor, CSA.
Aimuwell Willis. CSA.
Crawford Willis (Killed at Shiloh), CSA.
David Willis, Jr., CSA.
Lemuel Willis, CSA.
William Willis, CSA.
Thomas Hill Floyd 2X Great Grandfather (Union) “had 5 more brothers who also fought in Union Army, 1 brother who fought for the Confederate Army.
James Alexander McFall, Union, killed Battle of Decatur, AL.
Preston Ogle, Union, died of typhoid at Camp Nelson, near Lexington, KY.
Henry E. Lethco, 48th VA Inf. Confederate Army and 13th TN Cavalry Union Army.
James Hamilton, Confederate Army
Reuben Smiddy, Jr. Union Army, died of dysentery Camp Nelson, KY.
Jesse Bolling, Confederate Army.
Jesse A. Bunch, Confederate Army, killed.
Granville Walker Braden, Union Army.
Elias Reynolds, Union Army.
Henry Miller, Union Army, killed at Knoxville, TN.
Wesley Williams, Confederate Army.
Samuel Gowen, 1854 PH Rogers Texas Rangers
Raborn Goyens, 1857, W.R. Woods Mounted Men – Texas Rangers
Seaborn Goyens, 1857, W. R. Woods Mounted Men – Texas Rangers
James Goyen, 1857, San Saba, JH Conner Mounted Men – Texas Rangers
John N. Goyens, W. R. Wood, 1860, Minutemen – Texas Rangers
Black Hawk Wars
Richard Giddens, Sgt. Black Hawk War, Cherokee
Zacheria Stringer, Seminole War, Black Hawk War, Texas Revolution
William H. Taylor, Texas Revolution
Josiah Taylor, Texas Revolution
George W. Chapman, Texas Revolution
Stephen Frazier, Texas Revolution
William Frazier, Texas Revolution
Brooks Williams (Runaway Scrap)
John Drake, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
James Griffin, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
Isaac Moore, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
John Cheerry, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
James Drake,militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
William Ash/Nash, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
Thomas Ash/Nash, militia, Captain Hugh B. Johnson, mustard 16 Jan 1827.
War of 1812
William Goyens, Jr., Mounted Cherokees in Battle of the Horseshoe Bend, Alabama, War of 1812
William H. Taylor, War of 1812, DeClouet’s Regiment
James Groves, War of 1812, DeClout’s Regiment
Schuyler Hamilton 4X
Reuben Smiddy my Husband’s
Jeremiah Bolling, Sr.
William Goings, Sr. NC militia – Captain Dixon’s line, American Revolution
Edward Goings, NC militia, American Revolution, Battle at King’s Mountain
Nimrod Perkins, Soldier, drummer on board the galley Diligence from 1777 until 1781
Daniel Goings, South Carolina Militia. Served under Gen. Sumter & Lieut Hollis.
James Goings, Charleston, SC. Jan 1776. Capt. Smith of the regt. Company of Col. Wynn in South Carolina served 9 mos. Col. Branten (Militia), Col. Wade Hampton’s Troops also w/ Maj. Hopkins Troops/Calvary and Col Len & Washington’s Troops of Calvary.
William (Sr) Goings, South Carolina, Fairfield, Wateree, Craven counties, land bounties stimming from Revolutionary War.
John Goings, 1782-83 South Carolina Militia Lieut. James Pickett, Capt. Charles Lewis & Gen Henderson.
Mingo Stringer served in Sharp’s Company of the 10th North Carolina Regiment between 5 May 1781 and 5 April 1782
George Sweat, NC Militia, Revolutionary War.
Rev Joseph Willis, Sr., South Carolina Militia, Revolutionary War, served under General Francis Marion, the “Swamp Fox.”
Thomas Goings, South Carolina Militia Land bounty claims Congaree River, 750ac Mill & Collins Creek, RW bounty land.
Drury Goings, South Carolina Chester Co., (5 brother fought in RW: Amos, Daniel, Drury, James & William).
Aaron Cherry/Charry (uncle of Aaron Cherry) Pennsylvania militia.
James Doyle, North Carolina Private, 3rd Regiment of Light Dragoons. Sharp’s of No. Carolina Light Dragoon’s March 1778 Pay-Roll: Capt. Cosmo Medici, Wm. Hardy, Louis Armstrong, Privates: Edward Powell (Sergt.), Illegible Thompson (Sergt), Charles Upchurch (Corprl), Abram Hargis (Corpl), Joel Chamberless (Corpl), John Marr Sr. (Corpl), John Rolf (illegible), Wm. Tate (farrier), Randal Robinson, Drury Bass, Willis Span, James Span, John Marrfield, Thomas Barnes, James Barnes, James Buxton, James Doyall, Mancill Powell, John Banks, Illegible Waddle Listed in Casualties Column, James Doyall, Willis Span. (Department 1775-1783) (Webb 2006)
Frederick Goings, 1776 South Carolina Land Bounty stimming Revolutionary War Claims.
Isom Goings, 1776 South Carolina military land bounty stimming from Revolutionary War.
Maj. John Bolling
William “Billy” Ogle
Submitted by Alex, Gabe Gabehart, Susan Carpenter, Betty Calhoun, Joe Davis, Cyndie Goins Hoelscher, Howard Goins, Alvie Walts, Stacy R. Webb, Patricia Hinkle Coburn, Elizabeth (Libby) Bunch Smiddy, Redbone Chronicles, Vol 1 Issue 1, 2016 by Backintyme Publishing.