Madison County


Hiskey - Jungst


Shown below are veterans of the World War II known to have resided in Madison County, Iowa. Information courtesy of the Winterset Madisonian.
County Coordinator's Note:  Little effort has been made by anyone to compile comprehensive information regarding those who served in World War II.  The County Coordinators are therefore reliant on descendants for obtaining data for this list.  Your inputs are encouraged and welcome.


Name Service Branch Service Record
Hiskey, Clifford W.    
Hiskey, Harold Lee US Army Enlisted 30 Mar 1945, discharged 04 Dec 1946
Hochstetler, Francis US Army Enlisted 5 May 1942, discharged 6 Nov 1945
Hogbin, Harold    
Hogue, Everett Eugene US Navy  
Hogue, Forrest    
Hogue, Wayne    
Holiday, Benjamin    
Hollen, James M.    
Hollen, Robert M.    
Hollen, V. Evelyn    
Hollen, William T.    
Holliday, Dwayne    
Holmes, Cloyce    
Holmes, Eugene F.    
Holmes, Harold E.    
Holmes, Homer    
Holmes, Mansel    
Holmes, Michael D.    
Holmes, Orris    
Holt, Chester    
Holtmeyer, Charles E.    
Holtmeyer, Maurice    
Hooper, Lawrence    
Hoover, Ernest    
Hope, Donald    
Hope, Harold    
Hope, Leland Lewis US Army Pacific Theater, 1941-1945
Horn, Harry    
Houston, Franklin    
Houston, Richard L.    
Howard Wayne    
Howard, Esmond E.    
Howard, Frederick    
Howard, Richard W.    
Howell, Donald    
Howell, Nelson    
Hoyt, Dale W.    
Hoyt, Emery F.    
Hubbard, Floyd R.    
Hudson, Lloyd Andrew US Army Private, killed in action 15 Sep 1944 in France.
Huffman, Dean Everett US Navy Pacific Theater
Huffman, Fon Birdell US Navy Enlisted about 1929 and retired in 1949. Served on the USS Panay when it was bombed by the Japanese in 1937 in China. Served on destroyers in the Atlantic and Pacific campaigns.
Huffman, John    
Huffman, Raymond E. US Army Enlisted 10 Jun 1944, Technician 5, 36th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, recipient of the Purple Heart American Campaign Medal, European African Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge campaign.
Hughes, Keith L.    
Hughes, Ronald    
Huglin, Edward H.    
Huglin, Keith J.    
Hulbert, George, Jr.    
Hull, Laverne    
Hull, Spencer    
Hunt, George    
Hunt, Paul Weldon US Army Private
Hunter, Robert E.    
Hupp, Joseph E.    
Hurlbut, Hershel Melvin US Army POW - captured at Faid Pass, Tunisia, Feb 1943
Husted, Billie    
Husted, Frank    
Husted, Paul E.    
Hutchinson, Charles P.    
Hutchinson, Earl    
Hylton, Willard    
Igo, Wilbur    
Ilgenfritz, Richard C.    
Imboden, Fred Richard    
Imes, Ivyl    
Imes, Ralph    
Ink, Dwight, Jr.    
Irvin, Charles    
Isemberger, John?????    
Isenberger, Harley C.    
Jackson, William Lee    
Jacobe, Lewis    
Jacobson, Roy L.    
Jahr, Edgar    
James, Clifford H.    
Jamison, Rolland    
Jeffs, Alfred E.    
Jenkins, Kenneth    
Jesse, Eugene L.    
Jobst, Carl E.    
Jobst, Harold    
Johnson, Charles    
Johnson, Glen Charles US Army Enlisted May 1944, KIA in Italy 14 Apr 1945
Johnson, Harry D.    
Johnson, Jack    
Johnson, Lawrence US Army Private First Class
Johnson, Lyle D.    
Johnson, Melvin, Jr.    
Johnson, Mont C.    
Johnson, Owen D.    
Johnson, Ralph    
Johnson, Raymond W.    
Johnson, Robert    
Johnson, Smith Benton    
Jones, Bernard    
Jones, Bryan    
Jones, Clinton    
Jones, James    
Jones, Lyle A.    
Jones, Richard Lloyd US Army Staff Sergeant, Anti-tank Company, 346th Infantry Regiment, 87th Infantry Division
Jones, Robert J., Jr.    
Jones, Robert L.    
Jones, W. Eldridge    
Jones, Walter    
Jordon, Donald E.    
Jordon, John M.    
Jorgensen, Wilma    
Jorgenson, Gene    
Josephson, Carl    
Jungst, Dale G.    
Jungst, Paul L.    



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