McCarty, Arthur Jr.
National Guard Private

Arthur Jr. McCarty, age 17, from Gibson, Indiana, Princeton county.

Parents: Mary McCarty

Service era: Post World War I
Schools: Princeton High
Military history: Battery D, 139th Field Artillery

Date of death: Sunday, August 13, 1939
Death details: Killed instantly at Fort Knox, Kentucky when a fust for chemical shell, which he was handling, was detonated. He and others were standing together while examining a fuse charged with fulminate of mercury.
Cemetery: Columbia Church in Princeton

Source: Princeton Daily Clarion

Jones, John R.
National Guard Private

John R. Jones, age 21, from Gibson, Indiana, Princeton county.

Parents: Robert Jones
Spouse: Married
Children: Son

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Battery D, 139th Field Artillery

Date of death: Sunday, August 13, 1939
Death details: Killed instantly at Fort Knox, Kentucky when a fust for chemical shell, which he was handling, was detonated. He and others were standing together while examining a fuse charged with fulminate of mercury.
Cemetery: Maple Hill in Princeton

Source: Princeton Daily Clarion

Snow, Willis
National Guard Private

Willis Snow from Elberfeld, Indiana, Warrick county.

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Battery D, 139th Field Artillery

Date of death: Sunday, August 13, 1939
Death details: Killed instantly at Fort Knox, Kentucky when a fust for chemical shell, which he was handling, was detonated. He and others were standing together while examining a fuse charged with fulminate of mercury.
Cemetery: Barnett Chapel near Elberfeld

Source: Princeton Daily Clarion

Maxey, Roy
National Guard Corporal

Roy Maxey, age 21, from Oakland City, Indiana, Gibson county.

Parents: Elmer Maxey

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Battery D, 139th Field Artillery

Date of death: Sunday, August 13, 1939
Death details: Killed instantly at Fort Knox, Kentucky when a fust for chemical shell, which he was handling, was detonated. He and others were standing together while examining a fuse charged with fulminate of mercury.
Cemetery: Montgomery in Oakland City

Source: Princeton Daily Clarion

Maxey, Paul E.
National Guard Private

Paul E. Maxey from Oakland City, Indiana, Gibson county.

Parents: Elmer Maxey

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Battery D, 139th Field Artillery

Date of death: Sunday, August 13, 1939
Death details: Killed instantly at Fort Knox, Kentucky when a fust for chemical shell, which he was handling, was detonated. He and others were standing together while examining a fuse charged with fulminate of mercury.
Cemetery: Montgomery in Oakland City

Source: Princeton Daily Clarion

Fay, Arthur

Arthur Fay from Omaha, Nebraska.

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Company F, 17th Infantry, station at Fort Omaha

Date of death: Saturday, January 24, 1925
Death details: Shot and instantly killed in Omaha when he and another soldier were caught holding up a grocery store.

Source: Fresno Morning Republican (1925)

Kelley, Norman

Norman Kelley from Fort Des Moines, Iowa.

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Company F, 17th Infantry, station at Fort Omaha

Date of death: Saturday, January 24, 1925
Death details: Shot and instantly killed in Omaha when he and another soldier were caught holding up a grocery store.

Source: Fresno Morning Republican (1925)

Fay, Arthur

Arthur Fay from Omaha, Nebraska.

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Company F, 17th Infantry, station at Fort Omaha

Date of death: Saturday, January 24, 1925
Death details: Shot and instantly killed in Omaha when he and another soldier were caught holding up a grocery store.

Source: Fresno Morning Republican (1925)

Kelley, Norman

Norman Kelley from Fort Des Moines, Iowa.

Service era: Post World War I
Military history: Company F, 17th Infantry, station at Fort Omaha

Date of death: Saturday, January 24, 1925
Death details: Shot and instantly killed in Omaha when he and another soldier were caught holding up a grocery store.

Source: Fresno Morning Republican (1925)