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Tuley Heroes

Afghanistan & Iraq
Vietnam War
  • All Tuley heroes who served in Vietnam returned safely home! All I know are still living.
  • Specialist 4 James Edward Tooley
    • 580th Signal Company, 69th Signal Battalion, 160th Signal Group, 1st Signal Brigade. US Army Vietnam
    • Killed 19 Dec 1966.
World War II POW
  • Sergeant John A. Tuley
    • M Company, 31st Infantry Regiment, Philippine Division.
    • Captured 7 May 1942 in The Philippines.  
    • Left Manilla on July 1, 1944, on the Canadian Inventer II (a captured transport ship) for the Omine Machi Fukuoka #5 camp in Japan.  
    • Sergeant Tuley was liberated on 25 Oct 1945 at the Fukuoka POW Camp #1 - Kashii (Pine Tree Camp) Kyushu Island.
    • Retired from the USAF as a Senior Master Sergeant (E-8).
World War II KIA
World War II MIA
World War II China
World War II US Navy
  • Lt Commander Virgil Cecil Tuley
    • Joined the Navy Mar 1932.
    • Retired Mar 1957.
    • Corporal Melvin Oscar Tuley & Chester Tuley were his brothers.
  • Lowell Ray Tuley
    • Joined the Navy 1943.
    • Served in the 7th Fleet.
    • His ship was part of the invasion fleet that brought General Douglas MacArthur back to the Philippines.
    • Discharged 1946.
World War II Army
  • SSGT William Thomas Tuley
    • 87th Infantry Division.
    • Awarded the French Legion of Honor.
    • He later wrote The Tuley Family: Pioneer Settlers of LaPorte County.
  • Carl Hilbert Tuley
    • Enlisted at Ft Benjamin Harrison 06 Oct 1941.
  • Monta Lee Tuley, Jr.
    • In 1981, when I told my Uncle Monta that I was going to be stationed 30 miles north of Aachen, Germany, he told me that when he entered Aachen after the Battle of the Bulge the city was devastated. At his funeral, my cousins told me that that was more than he told them about the war.
World War II Army Air Forces
World War I Russia

World War I Russia

  • PFC Homer Atwood Tuley
    • Citation:
      • The Distinguished Service Cross is presented to Homer A. Tuley, Private First Class, U.S. Army, for extraordinary heroism while serving with 377th Ambulance Company, 310th Sanitary Train, 339th Infantry (Attached), 85th Division (Detachment in North Russia), in action near Bolshieozerke, Russia, April 2, 1919. Private First Class Tuley went forward some 200 yards in front of our lines into an area swept by artillery and machine-gun fire to assist in bringing a wounded man to a place of safety.
      • * General Orders No. 19, War Department, 1920
    • Born: at Dallas, Texas
    • Home Town: Detroit, Michigan
Civil War POW
  • Corporal George W. Tuley
    • Co. H, 42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
    • He died on 14 Aug 1864 in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia.
    • He was buried in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia and is buried in the National Cemetery, grave number 4733.
  • Private William R. Tuley
    • Co. H, 42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
    • He died on 22 Aug 1864 in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia and is buried in the National Cemetery, grave number 6509.
    • George & William were cousins.
Civil War Union Army
  • Corporal George W. Tuley
    • Co. H, 42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
    • He died on 14 Aug 1864 in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia.
    • He was buried in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia and is buried in the National Cemetery, grave number 4733.
  • Private William R. Tuley
    • Co. H, 42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
    • He died on 22 Aug 1864 in Andersonville Prison (POW Camp), Macon, Georgia and is buried in the National Cemetery, grave number 6509.
    • George & William were cousins.
War of 1812
Revolutionary War
  • Captain Charles Floyd TULEY
    • 1st Rifle Company of Amherst County.
    • DAR Ancestor #: A116845
  • Private Charles T. TULEY
    • Enlisted in 1st Rifle Company of Amherst County in Feb 1776.
    • Ordered to Service in Jun 1781.
    • Served in the Battle of Yorktown.
    • Died on the way home of unknown causes.
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Glenn Tuley

Updated 22 Aug 2021