Menard County Texas

WWI Soldiers Lost

"Gone, But Not Forgotten"

In Memory of Those Who Died

They held in their keeping the safety of the Republic.
They kept alight the lamp of liberty.
Their record of service to God and country helped to perserve the American way of life.
They lived and died so the eternal values by which men live shall not perish from this Earth.


Note: This is a work in progress


Carriger, Harvey J.

Hight, Marvin

McCoy, Roy S.

Ray, Oliver M.

Wilkinson, William Jack


To see more pictures of Menard's American Legion Park Memorial to our fallen soldiers, go



Other's Not listed on Menard Memorial Wall

Honeycut, Grear-died Oct 3, 1918 of Spanish Influenza

Irby, Jefty (Jephty?) - 1918 died in France


In The News

Newspaper Articles about Menard Boys serving in WWI


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