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War Touches Randolph County, Indiana



We dedicate these pages to those who have served in the United States military and to those who through that service, gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Like all other areas of the United States, Randolph County has not been spared the ravages of war. We have sent our sons and daughters to war several times in our history but none has taken a heavier toll than the one that was fought from 1939 to 1945 - World War II.

We open this portion of the DCOWeb Randolph County site, in the hope that it will bring the men and women to our attention who have faced their duty and served us well.

We now offer:

  1. List of Randolph County Dead from WWI
  2. Introduction to the Randolph County Draft Registrations, WWII.
    Please read this background before proceeding to the registrants page.
  3. 1st and 2nd Randolph County Draft Registrations, WWII, 1940 + 1941, age 21 to 36, as published in the Union City Times-Gazette.
  4. 3rd Randolph County Draft Registration, WWII, 1942, age 20 to 44, as published in the Union City Times-Gazette.
  5. 4th Randolph County Draft Registration, WWII, 1942, age 45 to 64, as published in the Union City Times-Gazette.
  6. 18 Year-Old Randolph County Draft Registrations for 1943.
  7. 18 Year-Old Randolph County Draft Registrations for 1944.
  8. List of Randolph County Army & Army Air Forces Personnel Who Died in the Line-Of-Duty during WWII
  9. List of Randolph County Navy & Marine Personnel Who Died or were Wounded in the Line-Of-Duty during WWII
  10. Union City, Darke County, Ohio Draft Registrations, WWII, October 16, 1940, age 21 to 36, as published in the Union City Times-Gazette.
  11. Orville Stover Post 158, American Legion Union City, Indiana 180 page booklet compiled and edited by Dr. Fred Beaty, 1939.