Name ID # Birthdate State Date of Death State
OFFUTT, Arthur, 292 Aug 3, 1893 WV b 1996 : Served in Company A, 7th Machine Gun Battalion, enlisted 9/18/1917
and discharged 4/10/1919
OFFUTT, Cleon P. 4472 1886-1948 : Served with the 13th Infantry, Machine Gun Company, U. S. Army
Dumont 4104 Mar 9, 1891 MD Sep 26, 1974 DC : Served as a First Lt. in the United States Army as a medical doctor.
OFFUTT, Jarvis Jennes 508 Oct 26, 1894 NE Aug 13, 1918 France: Served as a First Lt. in the Aviation
Corps. He was killed in action. Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska is named after him.
Lewis W. 5926 Mar __, 1886 CA Apr 11, 1918 Died at Sea: Served as a Lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve Force.
He was killed in action when the ship he was assigned to (The U.S.S. Lake Moor) was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast
OFFUTT, Milton Walters 4369 Mar 19, 1899 MD ___ __, 1961 : Served with the United States Navy.
Robert Keith 11268 Sep 01, 1892 __ Feb __, 1983 AZ : Served with the United States Army.
OFFUTT, William B. 7915 Jun
27, 1893 NY Jul 10, 1976 : Inducted Dec 9, 1917, went to France Apr 13, 1918 and served in numerous battles. Discharged May
9, 1919 as a Sergeant.
America declared war on Dec. 8, 1941, though the declaration was worded such that a state of
war existed between Japan and the United States on Dec. 7, 1941
OFFUTT, Andrew C. 1352. Served with the U.S. Army
OFFUTT, Clifton Ray 5090 Jun 08, 1916 KY - Nov 27, 1969 TN. Served in the European Theater, Normandy, N. France. Wounded
OFFUTT, Edward Tibertius Jr. 5821 1902 NY - Oct 30. 1982. Served as an Intelligence Officer with the U.S.
Army Air Force.
OFFUTT, Elmer Dorsey 11172 1918 - 1982. Served as a TSgt. in the U.S. Army
Albert Jr. Nov 08, 1926 TX - Sep 23, 1967 TX.
OFFUTT, George Warren III Dec 12, 1912 DC - Apr 23, 1986 GA. Served
as a 1st Lieutenant, Construction Officer with the 3rd Marine Air Wing, U.S. Marine Corps, 1944-1946.
Washington Jr. 6190. Served with the Armed Forces from 1942-1944.
OFFUTT, Harry Dumont 4104 Mar 09, 1891 MO - Sep
26, 1974 DC. Served with the U.S. Army Medical Corps.
OFFUTT, Harry Dumont Jr. Served with the U.S. Army Medical Corps
OFFUTT, James Alfred Jr. 4587. Served with the
Ohio State Guard.
OFFUTT, John R. First Lieutenant in the United States Army, 117th Infantry,
30th Infantry Division who died June 23, 1944, and has a memorial at Normandy France. The 30th Infantry Division was a National
Guard Unit that had units from Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina. John was inducted from Florida. No other
information known at this time.
OFFUTT, John T. First Lieutenant in the United States Army Air
Corps. Killed flying a training mission on July 7, 1942 near Fort Valley, GA. He had enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force
in 1941, but transferred to the U.S. Army Air Corps in June 1942. He was a son of William J., and Maude (Nee Rumbaugh) Offutt.
Milton Walters Jr. 4369 Mar 19, 1899 MD - 1961. Commissioned as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy.
OFFUTT, Robert B. Served with the 87th Inf. Division, saw combat with them in France in 1944
OFFUTT, Robert H. A Sergeant in the United States Army Air Corps, attached to HQ. Sqdn.,
15th Air Force who died June 23, 1945, has a marker placed in Rome Italy.
OFFUTT, Russell F. Sergeant in Company A, 115th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army during World War II. He received the
Purple Heart and Bronze
OFFUTT, Thomas Jerome 5790 Dec 13, 1910 MD - Feb 20, 1985 VA. Served with the
U.S. Army Air Forces.
OFFUTT, William Archibald 27 Dec 17, 1915 OH - Mar 07, 1983 OH. Served with the U.S. Army in
OFFUTT, William Basil 5323. Served with the U.S. Army Air Force. May have been the base commander at Kirtland
Army Air Force Base in 1943.
OFFUTT, William Ernest Jr. 5794. Served with the U.S. Marine Corp on Iwo Jima; later served in the occupation of
Japan. Retired from Marine Corp Reserve as a Captain.
OFFUTT, William Franklin 9278. Served with the U.S. Navy
as a seaplane pilot from 1943-1945.
OFFUTT, William H. A Corporal in the United States
Army who was assigned to the 50th Reconnaissance Sqdn., 11th Bomber Group, who died Dec. 7, 1941 in Hawaii, apparently as
a result of the raid on Pearl Harbor. He was inducted from Illinois.
OFFUTT, Virgil L.
Listed on a site of World War II dead from Hopkins County, KY.