Military Records

All these were honoured in their generations and were the glory of their times. There be some of them that have left a name behind them that their praises might be reported, and some there be which have no memorial, who are perished as though they had never been, and are become as though they had never been born, and their children after them. But these were merciful men whose righteousness hath not been forgotten, with their seed shall continually remain a good inheritance, and their children are within the covenant. Their seed standeth fast and their children for their sakes, their seed shall remain forever, and their glory shall not be blotted out.
Their bodies are buried in peace, but their name liveth forevermore.

Ecclesiasticus xliv

World War II

Herman H. Fleming, Cpl., 9710th TSU, U.S. Army Chemical Warfare Service PHOTOGRAPH

World War I

Ernest Harper Fleming, Cpl., U.S. Army
Edward Lee Gibson, Surgeon, U.S. Army
Daniel DeKalb Gibson, U.S. Army
Thomas Baron Gibson, U.S. Navy
Harry Harlow Batchelor, Co F 107 Infantry, U.S. Army (d 1918 in Paris)
Robert E. Crumpler, Jr., U.S. Army (KIA 1918 in France)

The War Between the States

Complete list at Georgia's Southern Depository

 The Revolutionary War 

Theophilus Swinson, Pvt., Duplin County, North Carolina Militia
John Gibson, Pvt., Colonel Lynch's Regt., Virginia
David James Motley, Pvt., Co B, 38th Regiment, Amelia County, Virginia

 Officers of the Virginia Colonial Militia

Capt. William Stacy Crumpler of Isle of Wight County
Lt. James Dismukes
of Caroline County
Col. James Taylor of Caroline County
Col. John Phelps
of Bedford County
Capt. Henry Pendleton
of King & Queen County
Capt. John Gregory
of Rappahannock County
Sgt. John A. Haynes of Spotsylvania County, Capt. Throgmorton's 
Company of Regulars (French & Indian Wars)
Maj. Thomas Curtis,
Middlesex County

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