Below are the names of Barlar (Barlow) family members who are descendants of or are otherwise related to our ancestor, William Henry Barlow (Barlar), and who have served in the American military. New entries will be added as they are received. Click on each name to view the service details.

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Civil War "The War Between The States" (1861-1865)

More than 3-million Americans fought in it, and over 600,000 men ( 2 percent of the population ) died in it.

Barlow, Charles P. (1834 / '38-1874)........................ Tennessee Calvary

Barlow (Barler), John S. (1841-1911)...................... Army of Tennessee

World War I "The Great War" (1914-1918)

Fought between the allied forces of Great Britain, France, Russia, the U.S., Italy, Japan, etc., and the opposing "Central Powers"-Germany, Austria-Hungary, etc. (U.S. dead/wounded - 320,000).

Barlar, Allen 'Eugene'  (1895-1988).......................... U.S. Army

World War II "The War To End All Wars" (1939-1945)

Fought between the allied forces of Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, the U.S., etc., and the opposing "Axis"- Germany, Italy, Japan.  (U.S. dead/wounded/MIA - over 1 million).

Barlar, Clarence Cordell (1916-1973)....;................... U.S. Navy

Barlar, Claxton 'Buddy' (1914-1963).......................... U.S. Army

Barlar, Isaac Leonard Jr. (1922-2006)....................... U.S. Army

Barlar, James Joseph 'Jimmy Joe' (1907-1965)........ U.S. Navy

Barlar, John William 'Buddie' (1909-1985)................ U.S. Navy

Barlar, Mckinley Brown Sr. (1918-1986)................... U.S. Army

Barlar, Raymond Brown (1911-1950)....................... U.S. Navy

Cummings, Lawrence Carlton (1924-2009)...............U.S. Army & Army Air Corps

Davis (Barlar), Dolly (1926-2008)............................ Civilian Service

Redus, Herndon D. 'Jimmy' (1910-1994).................. U.S. Army

Waldrop, Claude Alvin, Jr. (1910-2007).................... U.S. Air force

Waldrop, Rayburn Cole (1921-2011)........................ U.S. Navy

Korea "The Forgotten War" (1950-1953)

The war between the Korean People's Democratic Republic (North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea), which ended in an inconclusive cease-fire.  The U.S. and other United Nations countries participated on the side of South Korea. (U.S. dead/wounded - over 120,000).

Barlar, Arthur 'Daniel' ............................................ U.S. Army

Barlar, Larry Joe ........................................................ U.S. Marines

Vietnam "The War That Couldn't Be Won" (1959-1975)

The war between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The U.S. participated on the side of South Vietnam, with its greatest military involvement in the period about 1965-1969.  (U.S. dead/wounded - over 200,000).

Austin, Cecil Wayne ................................................ AL Army Nat'l Guard

Barlar, Donald Cordell ........................................... U.S. Navy

Barlar, Larry Booth ............................................... U.S. Navy

Redus, James Ronald ........................................... U.S. Air Force

Iraq "Operation Iraqi Freedom" (2003-2011)

A protracted military conflict in Iraq that began on March 20, 2003 with an attack on Ba'athist, Iraq by a coalition of forces led by the United States and the United Kingdom, followed by a longer phase of fighting, in which an insurgency emerged to oppose Coalition forces and the newly formed Iraqi government.  The war officially ended on December 18, 2011, when the U.S. completed its withdrawal of military personnel, although sectarian violence continues and has caused thousands of fatalities.

Tyrrell, Kristina Rae ........................................... U.S. Army

Peacetime Service

1940 July 1: Congress passes the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 by one vote.  It is the first peacetime draft in U.S. history.


Barlar, Kristopher Alan
....................................... U.S. Air Force





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