Honor Roll at the

First Baptist Church, Honey Grove


Henry Logan Ballew

Albert Richardson

Henry Dickson

Clem Abbott

Delmer Stone

Huston Robinson

Waldo Huggins

Austin Pinkham

Albert Waters

Ollie Bartlett

Dr. O. O. Gain

Dr. White Shortal

​Ab Felty

Fred Cook

Frank Chaney

John West (ordained minister)

Milton Watson

​Lovie Livingstone

David Spellers

Otis Owens

Veterans Memorial on the Square in Leonard

McKenzie Methodist Church, Honey Grove


Contains the names of 30 individuals plus three who died in service:


John Norton

Jett Falls

Bedford Watts

First Christian Church, Ladonia


​The church building is abandoned and it is not known where this monument is currently located.

At the Grove Hill Cemetery on Farm Road 1553 twelve miles south of Bonham and four miles northeast of Leonard 




​See also the Veterans Memorial at the Gober Cemetery.

On the first floor of the

Fannin County Courthouse

Fannin County, Texas

First Baptist Church, Ladonia


"These gallant men of our Armed Forces have fought for the ideals which they knew to be the ideals of their country."


The monument contains the names of a Red Cross Nurse and 31 men, including

James Powell Walker, who "fell in battle in France
 on August 10, 1918"

Veterans Memorial in downtown Trenton

World War I Monuments in Fannin County

First Presbyterian Church, Bonham


The World War I veterans listed are:

Dr. E. H. H. Foster

Ray Lowe

James Alexander

Roderic Young

Edward Grant

Jouett Campbell

Pat Buchannan

Frank Knox

William Wherman

R. t. Groves

Robert W. Grant

Delmar Whittenberg

Henry Buchanna

Rob't Alexander

James Gribble

George Bird

Glenn German