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Roster of CCC Company 2896 [circa 1936]

Some of the men of CCC Company 2896
Photo courtesy Dallas Park and Recreation Dept.

(It is estimated that between 1935, when the CCC camp at White Rock was established, and 1942, when it closed, some 3,000 young men served in Company 2896. The names below, obviously, are but a few of that number.)

OFFICERS

  1. Commander: First Lt. George P. Parker, 53rd Field Artillery
  2. Second-in-Command: Second Lt. A. S. Jones, 53rd Field Artillery
  3. Medical Officer: Capt. A. H. Atlas, 328th Medical Regt.

USING SERVICE PERSONNEL

  1. R. A. Flume, Supt.
  2. M. A. Burke, Architect
  3. W. S. McCommas, Lds. Architect
  4. A. Yarbrough, Lands Arch.
  5. P. O'Connor, Jr., Foreman
  6. W. F. Hartzog, Jr., Foreman
  7. J. L. Bennet, Blacksmith

LEADERS

  1. W. V. Anderson
  2. John B. Arthur
  3. Thurman R. Beard
  4. Marvin E. Bourn
  5. Lavon Cloniger
  6. Elton E. Gray
  7. Robert Grundey
  8. Cecil E. Hughes
  9. Burton L. Lindley
  10. Andrew J. Petty

ASSISTANT LEADERS

  1. Jesse Clark
  2. Emmett V. Commons
  3. Herbert Edge
  4. Jefferson W. Gallagher
  5. Farris L. Hemperly
  6. Joe Keith
  7. Jesse O. Lee
  8. Fermer Malone
  9. Denver Parrish
  10. Kee Pippin
  11. Wencil Red
  12. James E. Salmon
  13. James Seay
  14. Jerry Spradlin
  15. Cornelius Tillison

ENROLLEES

  1. Ted Adams
  2. Charlie W. Allen
  3. Elmer Allen
  4. Cleo Allen
  5. Lloyd B. Andrews
  6. Clarence Barnett
  7. Nelson H. Baker
  8. Howard Baxter
  9. Darius B. Boyd
  10. John H. Boyd
  11. John W. Bradley
  12. Marshall Bragg
  13. John R. Brawner
  14. George A. Brown
  15. F. H. Buck
  16. Clyde Burgess
  17. Paul A. Bynum
  18. James E. Campbell
  19. Epifinio Carrizales
  20. Jessie Chapin
  21. Jim Chappel
  22. Rufus O. Clark
  23. Arthur L. Crawford
  24. Zeif A. Crouch
  25. Zack Daugherty
  26. Edward Davis
  27. Syrell Derrick
  28. Finley Donica
  29. Cecil S. Elkins
  30. James Engle
  31. Leroy Fain
  32. Adophus Feider, Jr.
  33. Carl Ferguson
  34. Leroy Foxworth
  35. Ray Francis
  36. Luther J. Gartman
  37. Babe Geer
  38. Robert Gentry
  39. Lewis Goodwin
  1. Tommy Benson Goro
  2. Ephraim Gonzales
  3. Barnett L. Green
  4. Louis Griffin
  5. W. E. Hamilton
  6. Emmett M. Hampton
  7. Robert L. Hanna
  8. Glen Hathaway
  9. Emory J. Heffington
  10. W. J. Hendrickson
  11. Basil Hestand
  12. Lloyd Hester
  13. R. C. Highfill
  14. Jack Hones
  15. Leemon F Huffman
  16. Theo M. Hughes
  17. Rupert B. Jackson
  18. Jack M. Jeffcoat
  19. Sidney S. Johnson
  20. Woodrow Jones
  21. Charlie Jordan
  22. Jack King
  23. Walter G. Knight
  24. Roy W. Lack
  25. Herschel Laird
  26. Malcolm Lanier
  27. Harold Lewis
  28. Cordis O. Lindsey
  29. Richard Linville
  30. Monroe Littrell
  31. Bill Luttrell
  32. Howard Mason
  33. Clark B. Mathis
  34. James Meeks
  35. Ralph Morgan
  36. Grant C. Morris
  37. Burton L. Mox
  38. Oliver W. McBride
  39. Clayton McCoy
  1. Lee E. Odie
  2. Glen Peacock
  3. Willie B. Phillips
  4. Woodrow H. Phillips
  5. Arnold Pierce
  6. James W. Place
  7. Elmer L. Ponder
  8. Carthy Ragland
  9. John W. Reese
  10. Loyd L. Riley
  11. Manard E. Roberts
  12. Willis B. Rogers
  13. Richard Seay
  14. Wm. Shipp
  15. Robert Skinner
  16. Frank A. Smith
  17. Roy Smith
  18. Jack Spann
  19. James W. Spillers
  20. Eugene Stallings
  21. Manton Stone
  22. Paul Stout
  23. Leahman E. Summers
  24. Clovis O. Terry
  25. Francis Testerman
  26. Sidney Tillison
  27. John W. Unger
  28. Demetrio Y. [Name Uncertain]
  29. Clarence Vernon
  30. Olgar Walker
  31. Willis Watts
  32. Robert A. Wickwire
  33. Leslie I. Wilson
  34. Tom X. Wilson
  35. Tom M. Wilson
  36. Everett R. Winans
  37. Bishop D. Yancy

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