Hancock County, Ga.World War 1
Sgt. John Gordon Baugh, Devereaux, killed in action in the Argonne Forest 
Private Julius McGee, Mayfield -killed

Sergt. Lincoln Sharp, Sparta -died of disease
Private Tommie Horton. Sparta -died of disease

Wagoner Jesse W. Logue, Sparta -died of disease
Bob L. Robinson, Carr's Station - died of disease

Willie P. Alsabrooks
Warren A. Archer
Julius Armstrong
Ferman Barnes
John Barnes
Boise Bass
William A. Bass
Robert Berry
James Pearson Boyer
Robert Bruce Boyer
Charles A. Brake
Luther N. Brookins
Ben Broomfield
Arthur Brown
William H. Bussell
Dorsey Lee Campbell
George Castleberry
Mathis Cato
George Tilmon Chamlee
Herman Chandler
Charlie Carl Chapman
Robert Clay Chapman
Jessie Choice
Boysie Coleman
Clarence C. Coleman
Ossie Cook
George G. Crawford
Leroy Crawford
Johnnie Cummings
Oscar Daniels
Robert W. Dickens
John B. Dickerson
James Curry Dickson
Wellington G. Dixon
Ernest R. Dunn

Jamie Ficklin
Charles Friedman
Jesse Glover
Eddie Grant
John Grant 1
Jessie Griggs
Marshall F. Guill
Caleb Harper
Ezekiel Harper
Wiley Harper
Lovett Clifton Harrell
Earnest N. Harris
Robert Harris
William Franklin Harrison
John H. Herndon
Samuel Jones Hill
Lonnie Hillman
Lonnie Hilman
Frank Holsey
Elijah Hood
Lester C. Humphrey
Albert Hunt
Lawrence M. Hutchinson 1
William T. Jackson
Omer Lias Jones
W. Marshall Jones
Lonnie Kendrick
Aaron C. Kitchens
Eulas Lawrence
James Moore Lewis
Cleveland Long
Robert Lott
Robert Wiley Lott
Robert Lundy
Marston Jackson Marshall
Irwen Mills
Evan Moss
Marvin Gilbert Pound
Clinton Rhodes
Eddie Rhodes
Oscar Robbins
Johnny Roberson
Oliver Roberts
Ward H. Roberts
Eddie Simmons
James Simmons
Stoy Simpson
Levi Sims
Lucius Skrine
Horace C. Smith
Hugh T. Smith
Jefferson Frank Smith
Wendell White Smith
Moses Stembridge
Arthur Thomas
John Wesley Thomas
Willie G. Thomas
Clarence B. Trawick
Cleveland Walls 1
Lonnie Walls
Charlie Linder Warren
Adolph Washington
Eddie Washington
Joseph Washington
Robert Washington 1
Earnest Watkins
Ike Watkins
James Forrest Wiley
Frank Williams
William L. Wilson
Horace F. Wynne

source:Friends of Hancock Georgia Cemeteries (link)

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      3rd Battalion 116th Field Artillery (MLRS)
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