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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, undated. Everett G. Taylor U.S. Air Force, killed 21 February 1945 over Austria.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, 1943. Irwin Mox U.S. Army.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, 1942. Leonard Taylor U.S. Army. Served in Italy and Europe. Awarded Silver Star W. cluster.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, undated. Lt. Steven K. Pierce U.S. Army A.N.C. 207 Evac Hospital King Fahd-military med. Bn., Dhahran, Saudia Arabia, December 1990 - May 1991.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, 1943. Ralph Pierce U.S. Army.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) area who served our country, 25 March 1991. Sgt. Kelly L. Matthews U.S.Army 182nd Transportation unit of T.C. He was killed in Daharan, Saudia Arabia. Khalid military city.

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Black and White photograph of 26 Veterans of the Spanish American War. One is holding a large American Flag on a pole. The others each hold a rifle.

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Military servicewoman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, undated. A-1C Laura Vancamp. 116-4 Marine. Travis Airforce Base. Operation Desert Storm. Served in Saudi Arabia.

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Military serviceman from Kingsley, (Mich.) who served our country, 1942. Alva (Bud) Hency U.S. Army. Served in Manilla.
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