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JOHN H HARDING


is honored on Panel 27E, Line 72 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • MR Hardings dogtags

    Posted on 9/2/18 - by marli chivers
    Im not Family nor did i have the pleasure of meeting him ,but i do believe i have his dogtag. so i felt compelled to see if maybe one of his family members would like to have it .
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  • I'm proud of our Vietnam Veterans

    Posted on 2/19/18 - by Dennis Wriston
    Specialist Four John Henry Harding, Served with the 2nd Platoon, Company A, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division
  • John's family

    Posted on 11/1/17 - by Janna Hoehn for Wanda Lee Williams Reynolds neverforgotten2014@gmail.com
    John came from an extensive military background, many of his family served our country. I have posted a photo of his military family members send to me by his Mother Wanda Lee Williams Reynolds. She also send a photo of herself and husband William Reynolds. John had 14 Brothers and Sisters.
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  • We will remember you

    Posted on 5/24/15 - by Samantha Brown Carter psjabber8@gmail.com
    Uncle Johnny,
    I never met you. You never married or had children. I will talk about you to my children and family. You are a hero to our country and your family. I will not forget.

    Your niece,
    Samantha Brown Carter
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  • JOHN HENRY HARDING

    Posted on 3/29/15 - by Gil gaharding@vallent.com
    When you left for Vietnam I was 8 years old, but I remember you well, you were so big and strong, I looked up to you so much, you were who I wanted to be! I was 9 when I went to your funeral, watch your father cry over your casket, have remember it well all these years! With the internet was able to find things about you and how it happened! I really never knew you, you being 10 years older that me, but I loved you! You were my 1st cousin and the time I was around you were good, I cant wrap around what you had to deal with in 1967, you had to be strong! So much I could say, but I end with the fact I named my son John!
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