World War II

Byrant, Edwin H.CPL US Army Airforce
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM JR., Army, (Son of Sarah Jane Keel and William Douglas, Sr.)
Keel, Cecil R. Army
KEEL, HOLLEY V., AAF (Son of Lonnie and Nellie Toole Keel)
Keel, James A. (Kitchings Mill), USN
Keel, James A. (Montmorenci), USN
Keel, James B. Army
Keel, James P. AAF
KEEL, JOBE L., USN, (Son of Lonnie and Nellie Toole Keel)
Keel, John W. AAF
Keel, Ralph E. Army
Keel, Ray Nelson, Private, Army (Son of Wade Hampton and Minnie Cook Keel)
Keel, Robert Jr., Army
Redd, Cecil USN
Redd, Claude J. USN
Redd, Ervin L. USN
Redd, Eugene AAF
Redd, George W. Army
Redd, Hammond W. Army
Redd, Hiram J. AAF
Redd, Hutson Army
Redd, James C. Army
Redd, James Jr., Army
Redd, James L. Army

Redd, James Eugene, Sr. died Saturday, Nov. 25, 2000, at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. A native of Greenville County, he was the son of late James Franklin and Martha Hostetler Redd. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, 95th Army Division, serving under General Patton in Normandy Beach Head and Iron Men Metez of France. He also received the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and four major battle star medals.

Redd, James M. "Mack" PFC US Army
Redd, Johnnie DAAF
Redd, Lawrence V. Army
Redd, Leonard Army
Redd, Lonnie L. USN
Redd, Maurice Luther (son of Luke & Lola Posey Redd) SC TEC 5 37 COAST ARTY BTN, Army
Redd, Oliver C. Army
Redd Paul B. Army
Redd, Wilbur H. Army

Garvin, Wesley M. b April 16, 1916 d September 16, 1943 (gave his life for his country)

Brodie, Robert Allen "Steve" Killed during WWII training exercise off the coast of San Mateo, CA when his wingman was blinded by the sun and veered into Steve's plane.

Baughman, James Marion "Bo" (Brodie) Killed in Action, WWII June 19, 1944

Etheredge, Harry (Brodie) Killed in Action WWII December 10, 1943

Brodie, Roy WWII, died September 22, 1944, on the USS Wichita by a Japanese suicide plane

Brodie, Ansel "Boozer" WWII, US Navy Chief Petty Officer

Johnson, James Daniel (Howell-Johnson), PFC Co. A. Engr. C. Bn., Ft Lewis, Washington

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