The photo of the WW II honor roll was not properly in focus. I will revisit at a later date.
Forty three young men are listed on the World War I honor roll. Four of them were given by the Justice family; although I only found information on two of them, and can't confirm if they were all brothers or cousins. I tried to find all of the graves of the Great War, but was only able to locate a handful. Pike County hearts were very heavy in October of 1918, at least six of the 43 fell in the days when the mountains of Pike were aflame with fall colors. Some died stateside of disease - others died in the Somme, Ardennes, or elsewhere in France and Belgium. All of them wanted to see the colors of the mountains one more time. . .