Hamburg Reporter, January 7 & January 14, 1943

1035 From Fremont County in Service  

The last report on those in service from Fremont county totaled 1035 men and women, and several have entered the service since the list was prepared.  This week we print the first installment of names. This will be a good item for your scrap books and will be kept up with additions as the names are released.

This list does not include those from this community who have gone through the Selective Service offices of Atchison and Nemaha counties, but we hope to have a list of those boys, too, but will have to depend in part on friends and relatives in order to complete the list.

(Transcriber Note: The names are listed below as they appeared on the list in the newspaper. Some of the names are not listed in alphabetical order.)

G - H Surnames

Gardner, Arnold James
Gardner, Clarence Eugene
Gardner, Floyd Edward
Greene, Arthur Dale
Gardner, Carl Melvin
Gardner, Earl Kenneth
Gardner, Everett Leroy
Gardner, France William
Gardner, Harold Lee
Gardner, William
Gardner, Ralph W.
Gump, Dale William
Garreans, Harold Paul
Garreans, Ross Leland
Garreans, William Ward
Garrett, Ralph Frederick
Garrett, Russell Lee
Gaylord, Moses Warren
Gee, John W.
Gee, Kenneth James
Getteys, Ray Irvin
Gibson, Edgar Doyle
Gillette, Myron Ray
Gilson, George Edwin Jr.
Gilson, John Godfrey
Gitchell, Harry Alfred
Givens, Ben English
Glasgow, Floyd Olin
Glasgow, Howard Ora
Glasgow, Merle
Glasgow, Thomas O.
Goins, Vernon Alva
Good, Ira L.
Gooden, Charles Theodore
Gooden, Gilbert Paul
Gottsche, John Edmund
Graham, Robert Raymond
Grape, James Kenneth
Grassmeier, William W.
Gray, David William
Gray, Lenvil Eugene
Gray, Tim Harold
Greedy, Richard Keith
Greedy, Robert Rollin
Green, Blake Livingston
Greenwood, Homer Leon
Greenwood, Paul Ernest
Greenwood, Okley Eldon
Grindle, Dorwin Edward
Grindle, Leroy E. (Died in Service)
Grindle, Virgil Dean
Gude, Gerald Leroy Franklin
Gudgel, Robert
Gustafson, Frank Walter
Gustason, Bill
Gustason, Floyd Raymond
Hiatt, Glenn Vance
Hayes, George Graydon
Hadorn, Hubert W.
Hallor, Frederick Lewis
Hall, Clyde Irvin
Hall, Daniel Eugene
Hall, Joy Clinton
Hambsch, Bernard Monroe
Hamilton, Edwin Clifford
Haney, Max
Haning, Eber Gary
Haning, Enver
Haning, William Frees
Harbin, Elmer Richard
Harding, Clifford Harrison
Hardy, Frederick Taylor
Hardy, Lisle
Hardy, Radcliffe
Haren, William James
Harless, Harold C.
Harmon, Frederick Edward
Harris, Darold Gene
Harris, Thomas
Hastle, Ellis Ulysses
Hatcher, Archie Ward
Hatcher, Benjamin F.
Hatcher, Floyd J.
Hatten, Forrest K.
Hatten, Russell L.
Hayes, Everett Samuel
Hayes, George Lafayette
Haynie, Harold Warren
Hays, George Gordon
Hays, Oliver Bertie
Hazelton, Jack
Heady, Dean Leroy
Heady, Loren Eugene
Heck, John Perham (Died in Service)
Heck, William P.
Hecker, Harold Eugene
Hein, Christie H.
Henderson, Charles Franklin
Henderson, Robert Lyle
Hensley, J. D.
Henstorf, Harold Raymond
Hern, Sanford Wilson
Herron, W. H.
Hickey, Paul Robert
Hickman, Richard Daniel
Hicks, Richard West
Hicks, Sterling
Hilger, Bernard L.
Hill, Emil Glen
Hill, George Edward
Hillhouse, Lyle Aneil
Hills, Dwight Leland
Hills, Wayne Gilbert
Hilton, John
Hirst, John Oliver
Hirst, Vane Edward
Hodde, Raymond Ernest
Holland, Kenneth Bernard
Holman, Robert Oscar
Hopkins, LaVernon Earl
Houtz, Junior Clyde
Howard, Dean O.
Howard, James Eldon
Howard, Jesse Thomas
Hoyne, Richard E.
Hubbard, Robert Stephen
Hudson, Glen A.
Hudson, John Wade
Hufstader, Robert Duane
Hughes, Anthony Gerald
Hukill, Thurman Burrel
Hummel, Alfred William
Hummel, Robert Lee
Hutchinson, John Gilbert
Hutchinson, Wendell Woods
Hutson, Garland M.
Hutson, Gerald C. (Discharged)
Hydinger, R. W.