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Veterans buried in Kiowa Cemetery
Hammon, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Leila Evett


WAR
NAME OF VETERAN
Mexican War
(1846-48)
Alfred MOAD
War Between the States  
(1861-65)  
Union A. P. HUNGATE
  Stephen KIMMEL
Confederate J. C. STRINGFELLOW
WW I Lucius BAGGETT
(1917-18) Newman BAGGETT
  Fred J. EAKINS
  George H. LACEY
  Jeff E. H. LACEY
  Dolph LUTTRELL
   
WW II Voyne BAGGETT
(1941-45) Will Ray BROTHERS
  Lawrence E. EVETT
  Oscar D. FORD
  Emmett D. JENKINS

Another Kiowa son would be here if possible. Richard J. HARDY was serving his country in the Phillipines in 1941 when World War II began. He was captured as were many of his comrades, made the Bataan Death March only to die. His body was never recovered but records found in Japanese camp reveal he died 2 July 1942 while a prisoner from dysentery.


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