Veterans remembered at North Union Cemetery include: Harold G. Shaw, Stanley Pepper, George Pepper, William Allen Sisson, Richard Calvin Spikes, Robert Cecil Skelton, James Imri Oswalt, Joe Carroll Evans, Billy Richardson, Bertram Neil Shaw, Donald Shaw, Joe Irby Fox, Joe Hood Wilson, James B. Weddle, T.U. “Hank “Pepper, William Leonard Moore, Robert D. Thompson, Edward M. Moore, William E. Moore, B.C. “Doc” Betterton, Grover C. Norwood, William Perry Sprayberry, Jack Bruce, Ralph Porter, William Eugene Porter, Floyd Shaw, John Everett Pepper, Claude Garnett, Oris Sisson, Rachel L. Mitchell, Marlowe Mitchell, Bill Finch Mitchell, Willard Aaron Pepper, John M. Moore, James Dobbs, Juanita Sugg Glisson, Leroy Taylor Spikes,Arthur Burson Spikes, Allen David Shaw, John Leo Lause, Sam Ruben Jennings, Wofford J. Carroll, Samuel Sugg, William G. Sugg, Milton Eugene Delozier,William Bryant Sugg, Ralph C. Duke, Fred Allen Duke, Joe Reece Moore, Robert Earl Singleton, Charles Castle Givens, Ernest M. Elkin, John Richard Elkin, James Henderson Evans, Horace Eugene Sugg, Paul Oswalt, John R.D. King Jr., Rev. A.H. Mitchell,Charles Castle Givens, Curtis Mitchell, John T. Talley, Elvin C. Earnest, Dewey Phillips, Eddie Eidson, Winfred H. Lollar, Irby Moore, James Justice, Tilman Crowell, Egbert J. Woods, Egbert S.G. Woods, A.J. Lamb, Clovis Hays, Wiley Calhoun Sugg, J.W. Skelton, Henry Tabb, Judson S. Sugg, Richard Zeno Burson, J.W. Finch, Billie Finch, Johnnie R. Gore, Hozie Russell Embry, A.D. Shaw, James E. Nail, Curtis Newman Pounds, Era R. Redwine, Thomas Hancock, Raymond Beach, Richard Shaw, James Carroll McCain, Sim S. Clark, John Portman, John Neal, John Bennett E. Neal, Rev. Ezekiel Gore, F.M. Roberts, Hal Neal, John Glen Neal, Wister Neal, William Abner Henderson, W.M. H. Berryhill, W.T. Hardy, Richard Fox King, Dan R. Latzko, Fernandes Nathaniel Arnold, Thomas Neal, Joe Earl Brown, Steve E. Poe, Ralph Gore Cooper, John Huffman, G.W. Hester, Larrus Lee Hughes and Barney H. Vance.
Special thanks to the Joe H. Moorehead VFW Post 3806 for the donation of the American flags.
See this story in the June 25, 2014 edition of The Webster Progress Times at http://websterprogresstimes.com/2014/06/26/flags-placed-to-remember-veterans/