Friday, September 22, 2017 |

The Veteran Database includes over 3,000 entries from World War II records from Pike County, Indiana. Searchers will find photographs, ribbons and tombstones of these veterans. Kenneth Hunley compiled this information over a three year period to honor the lives of four of his classmates who were killed in action in WW2.

Over 40,000 Vanderburgh County veterans can be located in the local history website. This information is predominantly newspaper articles published in the Evansville Newspapers during WW2. Charles Browning reviewed all the newspapers during the WW2 era from microfilm and created alphabetized 3 by 5 cards of excerpted information indexed by name of the articles about these veterans. The information can be searched by the name of the veteran in the local history website (local.evpl.org).

(The information below has not been entered but is in development)

WW1 Soldiers of Posey County Indiana was created by Lela Barrett, Anna Griswold, and Linda Young. It contains over 1100 Men and Women from Posey County who served in WWI. Photos, Obituaries, Letters Home & Gold Star Lists are included in this information. WWII Soldiers from Posey County Indiana had many articles written in the Posey County Democrat during that era. This information was collected and placed in a scrapbook by the Alexandrian Library. The Browning Foundation scanned this information. These articles are in the process of being indexed and placed on this site.

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