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Did you or a family member serve in the military during the

"Cold War Era"

 September 2, 1945 to Dec 26, 1991?

Secretary of Defense William Cohen has approved the Cold War Recognition Certificate to recognize and honor those who served during this time and are entitled to a Cold War Certificate.
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Welcome to the Military Veterans Page of Mills County


The Moving Wall, a Replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
in Washington DC was in Early, Texas,
from March 30th to April 5th of 1999. Click here for more information

Click on the Blue links below to see our Mills County Veterans.
Not all were originally from Mills County, but they either applied for pensions,
passed away or in the later wars, or they joined from Mills County,
or lived here in their retirement

If you have information to share and would like to see your ancestor honored on this page,
please contact me by email or postal; 
Sharon Ivy
P.O. Box 117
Priddy, TX 76870
Please do not send original copies.

I have added Veterans from "Hurst Ranch Cemetery"    Oliver Raasch   has provided me a list of the Military Veterans buried in Hurst Ranch Cemetery that he compiled a few years ago.

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The Mexican War Texas Revolutionary Veteran's
And
The Spanish American War  1895 - 1902


When you go to the above page, look for the "Spanish American War Veterans information and burial Locations" link to see which one of the three persons whose names were submitted to the Mills County Historical Commission to be listed as Spanish American War Veterans in the the "Mills County Memories", compiled and Copyrighted 1994 by the Mills County Historical Commission that I believe did not serve or fight in that war at all.

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Be sure to look for the link about "The Spanish American War - One American's View" By Patrick McSherry

He wrote in his article that most average American's now (1998) do not know anything about this war, " The Spanish American War, in spite of its tremendous implications for the United States, Spain, Cuba, Philippines, Guam, Hawaii, and other places, is seldom mentioned in the popular media or brought to the attention of the public." All of us have heard the statement "Remember the MAINE," but how many of us really know about the "MAINE" and what it means.
"Civil War Records"   Must check out this page for CSA Pension Applications, Listing of CSA and Union Soldiers and their burial place.

Listing of the Union Soldier's living in Mills County, TX. Updated on Feb 4, 1999.


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"World War I Records"   1914-1918

FRANCE EXPRESSES GRATITUDE   TO US VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I They will add WW I Vets to their Legion of Honor if they are still living.
World War II Records   1941-1945

Including a List of Mills County Mother's with four of more sons figthing in the War

a page for those who fought and helped at home during World War II

Korean War   1950-1953  "The Forgotten War"

Take time to read Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr.,.S. Army (ret.) Article titled:The Korean War A Fresh Perspective

Vietnam War   

The Moving Wall, a Replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
in Washington DC was in Early, Texas,
from March 30th to April 5th of 1999.



Other recommended Links

AMVETS Post 43
and Ladies Auxiliary
1206 E. Central
Comanche, TX 76442
(915) 356-5987

Web site : http://users.wtsonline.net/spider26/texvet/amvets/

The American Legion, District 21

- PRIDDY MEMORIAL POST #487

This is the site to visit to find out the upcoming events at the post.

Christmas 1948

Sheppard Air Force Base - Christmas 1948  
Just a Christmas Menu from the mess hall
but contains a listing of the Mess Personnel at that time. -


Please take time to visit the Mills County, TX GenWeb Page

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Users of this website are responsible for checking the accuracy, completeness, of all information themselves. I try to be accurate in transciptions and surveys, but I do not make any representations, guarantees, as to the accuracy, completeness, provided via this website other than typing errors that are brought to my attention. (if the original document or copy of documents has the typo then I will not change it)

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