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World War I, WWI

Part of the reforested area of the Great Southern Lumber Company, Bogalusa,
Louisiana. Members of the American Legion promote reforestation sentiment. The
Great Southern Lumber Company's Service Flag contained 359 stars. Compliments
of the Magic City Post No. 24 American Legion, Bogalusa, Louisiana. (Card #57517)

Sign reads:

COMPANY 'G'
Hundreds of thousands of young growing evergreen
little pine trees were dedicated to the memory of
every soldier, living and dead, who enlisted in the
World War from Washington Parish. What more
fitting, than growing evergreen pine tree?
Always lifting, lifting its leafy arms to pray.
These are the names of those who paid the
last full measure of devotion.

WHITE
Elias Williams
Andrew Z. Jones
Ivin Jones
Homer Magee
Jules Galloway
Willis B. Corkern
Virgil V. Varnado
Benjamin H. Bloebaum
Houston Crain
Otis Morris

WHITE
Hardy V. Carter
Claude I. Conerly
Edward McCain
Oda G. Passman
George W. Pierce
Clarence H. Scarborough
Fayett Whitfield
Dr. Claude E. Dean
John A. Hamner

COLORED
William Reed
William Mobley
Dave Fortinberry
Willie Dillion
John Burton
Frank Rogers

 

305th veterans of WWI at the Acme Cafe (Bogalusa, Washington Parish, LA) on July 4, 1970. Larger copy available. (Submitted by Cody Dean)
If you can identity any of the men in the photo please contact me and tell me their names and which number they correspond to:

 

Harry W. Pine, of Bogalusa, 2nd Lieutenant in the 353rd Infantry, won the Distinguished Service Cross.

"Harry W. Pine, of Bogalusa, was second lieutenant in the 353rd Infantry. On October 4, 1918, the regiment was before the town of Haumont, which was being stubbornly defended. In order to effect the capture of the place, Lieutenant Pine took a patrol of eight men and undertook to gain entrance. He worked his way through the enemy outposts and had almost reached his goal when he encountered a German patrol. He unhesitatingly attacked and defeated the foe. Then he made his way through the entire town, captured two prisoners, and brought them as well as much useful information back to camp." Page 14, “Winners of Distinguished Service Cross”

Source book: Louisiana in the War - Showing the Great Part Louisiana Played in Helping to Win the World’s Greatest Conflict: A Detailed Description of Louisiana’s Contribution to the Nation in its Hour of Need, pages 13-15.
Publisher: The Times-Picayune, News Orleans, Louisiana
Publication date: none listed, but believed to be pre-1923.

 

Private Willis B. Corkern, Bogalusa, LA -- D.D. (Died of Disease)

Private Willis B. CORKERN or COCKERN
Bogalusa, LA -- D.D. (Died of Disease). 

See notes.

The text portion of book (page 420) lists him as: 

Private Willis B. CORKERN
Begalusa, LA -- D.D. (Died of Disease)

SOURCE: 

SOLDIERS OF THE GREAT WAR (IN THREE VOLUMES)
Memorial Edition, VOLUME I
Compiled by W. M. HAULSEE, F. G. HOWE, and A. C. DOYLE
SOLDIERS RECORD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Copyright 1920

Photo: page 412 and Text: page 420

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Private Houston CRAIN, Bogalusa, LA -- K.A. (Killed in Action)

Private Houstan (or Houston) CRAIN
Bogalusa, LA -- K.A. (Killed in Action)

See notes.

The text portion of book (page 419) lists him as: 

Pvt. Houston CRAIN
Bogalusa, LA -- K.A. (Killed in Action)

SOURCE: 

SOLDIERS OF THE GREAT WAR (IN THREE VOLUMES)
Memorial Edition, VOLUME I
Compiled by W. M. HAULSEE, F. G. HOWE, and A. C. DOYLE
SOLDIERS RECORD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Copyright 1920

Photo: page 411 and Text: page 419

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World War I: Charley, Conger, and Bradley GOODYEAR. To see a larger image, click on it.

World War I: Charley, Conger, and Bradley GOODYEAR. To see a larger image, click on it

Source: Bogalusa Story by C. W. Goodyear (1950, Privately Printed, Printed by Wm. J. Keller, Inc.- Buffalo, New York); I'm not sure which Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR is, but I believe it is Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR, III. There are 208 pages in the book. On page 56 is the above photo and on page 72 is a genealogical chart: Descendants of Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR and Ellen Portia CONGER. These are not the GOODYEARs of the Goodyear Tire Company, but rather the GOODYEARs of the Great Southern Lumber Company.

Anson Conger GOODYEAR
June 20, 1877 -

Bradley GOODYEAR
October 18, 1885 - ?

Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR, Jr.
April 6, 1883 - ?

Anson Conger (A. C.),  Bradley, and Charles Waterhouse (C. W., II) GOODYEAR, Jr.'s parents were: C. W. (Charles Waterhouse) GOODYEAR and Ellen Portia CONGER who were originally from the Buffalo, NY area. He was the Vice-President of the Great Southern Lumber Company. His brother, Frank Henry GOODYEAR was the President of the company.

C. W. (Charles Waterhouse) GOODYEAR and Frank Henry GOODYEAR's parents were Bradley GOODYEAR, a country doctor in New York, and Esther P. KINNE Goodyear.

A little book review:

C. W. (Charles Waterhouse, III, I believe) GOOODYEAR wrote a book about Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana; his family's business (and genealogy); and The Great Southern Lumber Company which merge into the Gaylord Container Corporation in 1937-8: Bogalusa Story by C. W. Goodyear (1950, Privately Printed, Printed by Wm. J. Keller, Inc.- Buffalo, New York). He did a wonderful job and the book is filled with all sort of tidbits. It is very well illustrated for its time. As you can see from the above photograph, the photos and illustrations are in black and white. Quite a bit of the book is about his family but the majority is about Bogalusa and the Great Southern Lumber Company.

Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR, I (born: Oct. 15, 1846 in Cortland, Cortland County, New York - died: April 16, 1911 in Buffalo, New York) married Ellen Portia CONGER (born: August 30 or 31, 1853 in Collins Centre, New York - died: September 29, 1940 in Buffalo, New York) on March 23, 1876.

They had 3 sons and a daughter:

1.) Anson Conger (A. C.) GOODYEAR (born: June 20, 1877; married on: June 29, 1905 to: Mary FOREMAN)

2.) Esther Permelia GOODYEAR (born: May 20, 1881; married on: January 20, 1910 to: Arnold B. WATSON)

3.) Charles Waterhouse (C. W., II) GOODYEAR, Jr. (born: April 6, 1883; married on: June 2, 1908 to: Grace RUMSEY)

4.) Bradley GOODYEAR (born: October 18, 1885; married on: June 23, 1910 to: Jeanette BISSELL) Note: His son, Bradley GOODYEAR, Jr.Bradley GOODYEAR, was killed during WWII, see below.

Great Southern Lumber Company has changed hand many time since then, and it goes something like this: Great Southern Lumber Company --> Gaylord Container Corporation --> Crown-Zellerbach/Gaylord Container Corporation --> Gaylord Container Corporation --> Temple-Inland Inc.

Also see the Salmen-Fritchie House (Slidell, LA) which is listed on the National Historic Register. It was the  location of the “Wedding of the Century,” which occurred on January 27, 1922 between Col. William Henry SULLIVAN (from Bogalusa, LA) and Ella Rose SALMEN (of Slidell, LA). Her father was Fritz SALMEN, a Swiss immigrant, who "along with his brothers Albert and Jacob, established the Salmen Lumber and Brickworks Company."

Col. Sullivan was the manager of the Great Southern Lumber Company and Bogalusa Paper Company. These  two companies owned by the founder of the Goodyears: GOODYEARs (Frank Henry GOODYEAR and Charles Waterhouse GOODYEAR), William Henry SULLIVAN, and others who erected a sawmill on the Bogue Lusa Creek in 1906: "Magic City of the Deep South."

This wedding "united two of the South’s largest lumber interests."

 

 

Chester Eugene "Gene" McCLENDON
March 25, 1886 - March 14, 1945
Buried in Oak Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Poplarville, Pearl River Co., MS

WW-1 Registrants of Pearl River, MS

1ST COLUMN: NAME 
2ND COLUMLOCATION N: BIRTH DATE 
3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP 
4TH COLUMN: BIRTH OR OTHER INFO (spelling unreliable) 
OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION

McClendon, Eugene Chester 25 Mar 1886 W Pearl River MS
NOTE: He is not listed as - McClendon, Chester Eugene

Henry Monroe McCLENDON
January 31, 1888 - April 26, 1970
Buried in Oak Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Poplarville, Pearl River Co., MS


WW-1 Registrants of Pearl River, MS

1ST COLUMN: NAME 
2ND COLUM LOCATION N: BIRTH DATE 
3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP 
4TH COLUMN: BIRTH OR OTHER INFO (spelling unreliable) 
OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION

Henry M. McLendon 31 Jan 1889 W Osyka MS Pearl River MS 
NOTE: He is not listed as - McClendon, Henry Monroe

 

Private Fayette WHITFIELD
Bogalusa, LA -- D.D. (Died of disease)

See notes.

SOURCE: 

SOLDIERS OF THE GREAT WAR (IN THREE VOLUMES)
Memorial Edition, VOLUME I
Compiled by W. M. HAULSEE, F. G. HOWE, and A. C. DOYLE
SOLDIERS RECORD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Copyright 1920

Photo: none and Text: page 419

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Camp Beauregard, Louisiana

ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1894-1920 (File: el1894-20.txt)
WASHINGTON PARISH, LA
Submitted by Carolyn Brumfield Henderson < cbh@eatel.net > July 2000
Transcribed by Anne Galloway Gil < anneggil@home.com
Donated by Bonnie Dier, Washington Parish Library < bmdier@yahoo.com >

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ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1894-1920 BY: BONNIE DIER, FRANKLINTON, LA. 70438

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05-16-1918 
Call Number 390 - List of men qualified for general military service to be forwarded to Camp Beauergard, La., under Call 390, to be entrained between 5-25 and 5-30, 1918: 

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05-16-1918 
Call Number 390 - List of men qualified for general military service to be forwarded to Camp Beauergard, La., under Call 390, to be entrained between 5-25 and 5-30, 1918: 

Charles M. Scarborough, Angie; 
Jas. Floyd Salter, Foxworth, Miss.; 
Smiley Breland, Hackley; 
Esley Perry Thomas, Hackley; 
James Leon Keaton, Angie; 
Jep Gerald, Hackley; 
Abraham McNeese, Franklinton; 
Charles Penton, Bogalusa; 
Thadius J. Harry, Lees Creek; 
Marshall Crow, Bogalusa; 
Frank Sullivan, Woodlawn, Penn.; 
Wes Taylor, Hackley; 
John H. Ellis, Bogalusa; 
Percy Albert Tynes, Hackley; 
Thomas Lambert, Mt. Hermon; 
Doffield Pounds, Rio; 
Curtis P. Sims, Bogalusa; 
James A. Galloway, Isabel; 
Laurin L. Holloway, Carson, Ms.; 
Lonnie F. Ford, Angie; 
Maurice Magee, Franklinton; 
Warren O. Knight, Franklinton; 
Charles W. Penny, Franklinton; 
Sherman Smith, Hinton; 
James O. Mitchell, Varnado; see notes.
Lee R. Hawthrone, Bogalusa; 
George W. Pearce, Bogalusa; 
Marcus B. Stafford, Franklinton; 
William J. Allen, Bogalusa; see notes.
Lucius E. Breland, Bogalusa; 
Claude I. Conerly, Sunny Hill; 
Simon Carter, Isabel; 
Edward Ezra Corkern, Franklinton; 
Union Magee, Hackley; 
John Rogers, Franklinton; 
Fayett Whitfield, Bogalusa; see notes.
Robert Wilton Lott, Zona; 
Calvin Rayburn, Bogalusa; 
Otto Martin, Hackley; 
Wiley E. Roberts, Bogalusa; 
S. Newton Adams, Bogalusa; 
Samuel W. Toney, Warnerton; 
John W. Neal, Bogalusa; 
Clay C. Bankston, Bogalusa; 
George Carter, Isabel; see notes.
Reed Keaton, Rio; 
Alvin Booty, Sunny Hill; 
Willis B. Corkern, Franklinton; see notes.
William H. Carroll, Varnado; 
William Oscar Harrell, Angie; 
James D. Wade, Jr., Vicksburg, Ms.; 
Louis J. Seal, Franklinton; 
Major B. Goings, Mt. Hermon; 
Aurelius Sheridan, Rio; 
David Foil, Franklinton; 
Robert R. Pigott, Bogalusa; 
Oscar F. Slade, Angie; 
Herman Williams, Lees Creek; see notes.
Donnie Blackwell, Bogalusa; 
Philip J. Blanchard, Bogalusa; 
Jule Galloway, Isabel; See notes.
Wiley Ingram, Hackley; 
Emerson H. White, Franklinton; 
Josiah DeWitte May, Hattisburg, Miss.; 
Leon Mulina, Franklinton; 
Ivea L. Jones, Isabel; See notes.
Herbert L. Alford, Mt. Hermon; 
Thomas Ivey, Bogalusa; 
J.C. Stewart, Bogalusa; 
Leo V. Jacob, Union; 
Thomas J. Graves, Jr., Franklinton; 
Samuel W. Seal, Franklinton; 
Algie O. Miller, Mt. Hermon.

The above list includes white men only. (Webmaster's note: this was published in 1918.) In selecting the above list, telegram B-80 by authority of an order from Provost Marshal General Crowder was disregarded and qualified men, regardless of their occupation, are included. Telegram B-80 heretofore deferring farmers, is disregarded and men are called according to their order number and class one. Local Board for Parish of Washington, Franklinton, La.

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Washington Parish, Louisiana Notes

ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1931 (File: el1931.txt) 
WASHINGTON PARISH, LA 
Submitted by Carolyn Brumfield Henderson < cbh@eatel.net > February 2001 
Transcribed by Anne Galloway Gil < anneggil@home.com
Donated by Bonnie Dier, Washington Parish Library < bmdier@yahoo.com >

USGENWEB NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by any other organization or persons. Persons or organizations, desiring to use this material, must obtain written consent of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. Files may be printed or copied for personal use only.

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Given below is a list of those from Washington Parish, who died or lost their lives while in service according to the records of the Adjutant General's office, as compiled by the State Service Commissioner. This list is being prepared in order that bronze tablets containing the name of every white boy (webmaster's note: this was published in 1931) of Louisiana who lost his life while in Service, may be place in the War Memorial Building on the campus of the L.S.U. at Baton Rouge. If there are other veterans who either died or were killed in service whose names do not appear on the list, please forward no later than May 15th (1931). Deceased veterans of Washington Parish: 

Benjamin Harrision Bloebaum, Bogalusa, 10-14-1918; 
Hardy V. Carter, Sunny Hill, 10-21-1918; 
Claude I. Connerly, Mt. Hermon, 7-15-1918; 
Willis B. Corkern, Bogalusa, 10-10-1918; See notes.
Houston Crain, Bogalusa, 7-19-1918; See notes.
Jule Galloway, Isabel, 9-22-1918; See notes.
Andrew Z. Jones, Bogalusa, 10-21-1918; See notes.
Ivin L. Jones, Isabel, 11-5-1918; See notes.
Edward McCain, Varnado, 12-28-1917; 
Otis William Morris, Mt. Hermon, 8-28-1918; See notes.
Oda G. Passman, Franklinton, 10-15-1918; 
George W. Pierce, Bogalusa, 10-6-1918; 
Clarence H. Scarborough, Bogalusa, 10-16-1918; 
Virgil V. Varnado, Mt. Hermon, 5-28-1918; 
Fayette Whitfield, Bogalusa, 9-25-1918; See notes.
Elias Williams, Zona, 9-28-1918; See notes.
Otis Zephaniah Arnold, Bogalusa, 5-18-1919; 
John Alphonsus Hanmer, Bogalusa, 6-12-1918; 
Homer Benton Magee, Franklinton, 7-19-1918.

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World War II, WWII

Shelton Ellis CORKERN, Merchant Marine - killed in action
Source: Bogalusa Bulletin (Jan- Aug 2,1943) Obituaries, Washington, LA
submitted by: Bonnie Dier

4-19-1943
Shelton Ellis Corkern, Merchant Marine has been killed in action.

 

Stanley P. BAILEY
(December 9, 1925 in Bogalusa, LA - November 17, 1977)
Buried in Hillview Memorial Gardens, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, LA

Stanley P. BAILEY served in the U.S. Navy World War II 1942-1946, was in the Navy Reserve from 1946-1951, was called back up during the Korean Conflict 2-1951 to 12-1951. 

Submitted by Janice Crain ( tigers1@nettronix.net ). Stanley P. BAILEY was her father.

 

Bradley GOODYEAR, Jr.
October 22, 1911 - during WWII

 

Clinton Lafayette HATHORNE
September 16, 1915 - November 1990

US ARMY
WORLD WAR II

 

Walter W. HATHORNE 
April 20, 1919  - January 20, 1976

CPL US MARINE CORPS
WORLD WAR II

 

Shelby Lamar LOTT, Sr. - CAPT. US ARMY, World War II. June 22, 1914 - November 07, 1988.
Shelby Lamar LOTT, Sr.

June 22, 1914 - November 07, 1988

CAPT. US ARMY
WORLD WAR II

 

Leo McCLENDON
January 9, 1923 - November 28, 1984
Buried in Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, LA

US ARMY
WORLD WAR II

 

James Lavert McCLENDON
September 06, 1915 - June 25, 1984

 

Thomas G. McCLENDON (Mason)
April 25, 1929 - November 17, 1991

 

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Korean War

Stanley P. BAILEY
(December 9, 1925 in Bogalusa, LA - November 17, 1977)
Buried in Hillview Memorial Gardens, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, LA

Stanley P. BAILEY served in the U.S. Navy World War II 1942-1946, was in the Navy Reserve from 1946-1951, was called back up during the Korean Conflict 2-1951 to 12-1951. 

Submitted by Janice Crain ( tigers1@nettronix.net ). Stanley P. BAILEY was her father.

 

Charles McCLENDON, Louisiana, CPL US MARINES CORP, KOREA. April 13, 1932 - May 10, 1969. Buried in Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana.

Charles McCLENDON
April 13, 1932 - May 10, 1969
Buried in Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana
Father of Terri, Pam and Lori (Their mother is Belle ?.)
Son of Henry Monroe McCLENDON and Ada EZELL McClendon;
Grandson of Joseph Parker McCLENDON and Julia Ann LOTT McClendon

LOUISIANA
CPL US MARINES CORP
KOREA

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Ponemah Cemetery, Part III - Bogalusa, La., Washington Parish
Submitted by Bonnie Dier, Transcribed by Joseph W. (Joe) Sumrall
Prepared by Carolyn Brumfield Henderson

Leo McClendon   US Army WWII (Leo was the son of Henry Monroe McClendon and
Ada Ezell McClendon.)
Jan. 9, 1923 (or was it June 9, 1923?) - Nov. 28, 1984
Mable Colvin McClendon
Mar. 20, 1927 - Feb. 6, 1996

"Chuck" Charles McClendon   LA Cpl. USMC Korea
S/O Henry Monroe McClendon and Ada Ezell McClendon
Apr. 13, 1932 - May 10, 1969

Ada E. McClendon
W/O Henry Monroe McClendon
Sept.3, 1890 - Aug. 8, 1968

Margaret Marie McClendon Garrett
D/O Henry Monroe McClendon and Ada Ezell McClendon
W/O Donald Garrett
June 9, 1921 - Dec. 12, 1996
 

Also see: The Pacific War Memorial Association - Pacific War Memorial Bricks

CHARLES MCCLENDON
KOREA USMC
LOUISIANA

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Persian Gulf War

Jerry Allen McCLENDON, ET1 US NAVY, PERSIAN GULF. March 14, 1957 - September 22, 1992. Buried in Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana. Murdered.

Jerry Allen McCLENDON
March 14, 1957 - September 22, 1992
Buried in Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana
Note: Jerry was murdered. He was the son of  Woodrow 
Wilson McCLENDON
and Margaret Nel SEAL.

ET1 US NAVY
PERSIAN GULF

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