James Franklin TalbottCorporal
B CO, 5TH BN, 46TH INF RGT, 198 INF BDE
Army of the United States
22 July 1948 - 06 August 1969
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Courtesy George Hilficker
The database page for James Franklin Talbott
From a cousin,
06 Jun 2005
I would like everyone who knew Jim to know that his little second cousin Cara... Sandra's daughter ... honored him at the Traveling Wall this past weekend in Napoleon, Ohio. I made a wood staff of sinew, pheasant feathers, sky blue glass crow beads and bone beads and ...a red ribbon said "In honor of James Talbott". Also I will dance at powwow after the veterans ... when I can dance in memory and honor of Jim...
From his cousin,
Jim was a superb athlete and although I was two years older, I played on the same team in 4 sports. He was a very nice, gentle young man who was loved by all. Kewanna is a town of less than 600 people and the school had all 12 grades with an average class size of 22. So when I say he was loved by all, you know what I mean.
Jim, it has been so long since you left me alone on the top floor of Dunn Hall at Anderson College. The news of your passing came just before I was to leave for Vietnam. Needless to say, I made it back and still am kicking after all these years. Tal, your and my namesake (David Talbott) is doing great. He is married and has three children of his own, twins, Jack and Maggie 3, and Charles David 5 months. Just thought I'd let you know, I have never forgotten you! Semper Fidelis!
From his college roommate,
is remembered by his classmates at
Kewanna High School, Kewanna, Indiana
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Last updated 08/10/2009