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Being an account of its Train- 
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PREFACE 

A comprehensive record of this war, indeed a like history of any movement in it, 
whether great or small, would resolve itself into a recounting of deeds of individual 
bravery, of heroism, and of human sacrifice; for no man who has faced the enemy's 
guns, whether he be private soldier or officer, is less than hero nor does one deserve 
mention more than the other. But such details of course can not be made. Histories 
are of a necessity generalities, adorned it is true with such details as occur to the 
author's mind, but essentially a record of great events and the forces which bring 
about these events. Yet the average human mind especially where acts of human 
conflict are concerned, searches for detail. And is it just that this universal craving 
should go altogether unsatisfied? Since we cannot give the deeds of each man in 
any movement, nor yet recount the glorious enterprises of our smaller units, we can 
at least mention the more important achievements of so large a unit as the Regiment 
and leave the imagination and the individual to supply the details. Such, then, is 
our purpose in outlining the history of the 328th Infantry. 

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HISTORY OF THE 328th INFANTRY 

CHAPTER I. 

"Nations shall make ivar against nations." 

Biblical prophecy has been fulfilled. The twentieth century has witnessed the 
mightiest struggle for world supremacy. In the past man has sought mastery over 
man, tribe over tribe, and kingdom over kingdom, but the years from 1914 to 1918 
have witnessed nearly the whole of the principal nations of the earth taking sides 
and uniting in one gigantic struggle. The United States finally became a vital force 
in this conflict and with the Allies set out to overthrow Prussianism and Autocracy. 

In order to become an effective force, the United States had to raise a large 
army and equip and train it in the shortest possible time. Cantonments were quickly 
organized and on August 28th, 1917, at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., assembled the 
nucleus of all the units which went to make the Eighty-Second Division. 

The 328th Infantry was organized on August 28 and 29, 1917, with the follow- 
ing field officers: 

Col. Julian R. Lindsey, Lieut. Col. John W. Wright, 

Maj. Richard Wetherill, Maj. George E. Buxton, Jr., 

Maj. E. Hammond Johnson. 

The original line officers of the regiment were chosen from officers commissioned 
in the Fourth and Eighth Companies, First Officers Training Camp, Fort McPherson, 
Georgia. Each companv was assigned two or three men from Regular Army outfits 
to assist in training the men. The officers assigned to each company together with 
these Regulars constituted the companies until September 5th, 1917, on which date 
the first five per cent, of the Selective Draft for Camp Gordon began to arrive. These 
men were from the States of Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. Work now began in 
earnest along the lines of training and building up a smooth running organization 
and getting the Regimental area into a fit training ground. New men were arriving 
daily so that by the middle of October each company had approximately fifty per 
cent, of its authorized full strength. It is impossible to enumerate the many diffi- 
culties which were encountered and overcome during this period due to lack of ex- 
perience on the part of the officers and men and also lack of equipment; neverthe- 
less, each day showed progress and the transition from civilian to soldier was prog- 
ressing rapidly. Regimental, Battalion and Company organizations were perfected, 
schools for N. C. O.'s and also Bakers and Cooks were inaugurated and the "Camp 
Gordon 1917 Model"' rifle in the shape of a five-foot pole was very much in evi- 
dence. It was during this time that in some respects our hardest work was done, for 
this was the period in which we were breaking ourselves of the habits of years of 
civil life and substituting therefor the requirements of a military organization. In 
other words, we were learning "discipline." 



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About the middle of October orders from the War Department brought about 
the transfer of practically all these men to other camps to fill to full war strength 
National Guard organizations from their States. By October 20th each company 
was left only its officers and a nucleus of N. C. O.'s. The previous work was not 
lost, however, for the experience gained was of great value to those remaining and 
an efficient organization had been evolved. Very soon a new lot of men began to 
arrive from various Northern and Eastern camps. These men had had about the 
same amount of training as the ones which were transferred and soon the companies 
were going along about as before, except that the difficulties of training were aug- 
mented by the fact that a large proportion of the new men were of foreign birth and 
unable to read English and in a number of cases even speak it, but they were willing 
and anxious to learn and did so with surprising quickness. 

This condition caused to be organized a system of company schools to teach 
the English language. Also other schools were held for instruction in all phases of 
military matters, all men being required to attend one of the schools. These schools 
were held at night during the entire stay at Camp Gordon. Intensive military train- 
ing was taken up in earnest, particular attention being given to the physical develop- 
ment of the men. Specialty schools were established by the Division in charge of 
British and French instructors fresh from the fields of battle. Representatives from 
each company were trained in these schools and soon each company had men capable 
of instructing in auto rifle, hand grenade, rifle grenade, bayonet, gas defense and 
sniping. Clothing and equipment was being received and issued daily and soon the 
percentage of straw hats and tennis shoes at dress parades was on the decline. Saw 
mills of the camp were rapidly turning out the "new model" Camp Gordon rifle and 
soon each man was busily occupied in mastering the intricacies of the manual of 
arms with this bed slat variety of fire arm. Work continued with this makeshift 
equipment till about the first of February, 1918. Then we were fully equipped with 
the United States Model 1917 Rifle and Bayonet. Up to this time the bulk of the 
training had been along the lines of disciplinary exercises, and physical develop- 
ment. These were attained through hours of close order drills, manual of arms and 
passing in review in the formation known as "Lindsey's Special." Also hours of 
setting up exercises and on each Friday a hike. Toward the last of our stay this hike 
was taken in full equipment and lasted about five hours. Saturday was the day of in- 
spections when a cigarette butt in the yard, or a smudge of soot in the kitchen was 
sufficient grounds to cause all Hell to break loose. 

It would be unfair to pass on without mentioning the work done during this 
period by the Company Supply Officers and Sergeants. We were issued piece-meal 
every kind of equipment ever used by Infantry and each article had to be kept 
track of under the most rigid system of property responsibility. In addition we ran 
an insurance and allotment business which would make the Prudential ashamed of 
itself and in spare moments sold and bought blocks of Liberty Bonds. With a drill 
schedule and schools lasting from five-thirty A. M., to seven P. M. it is rather diffi- 
cult to see just when these side line businesses were operated, but they were. 



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Ruins of church in Rambucourt, France. Town through which the trenches in front of 
Mont Sec ran, which were held by the Regiment as its 
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first battle front. This picture was drawn 



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During the entire stay at Camp Gordon the "S. C. D. Board" was kept busy 
weeding out the lame, halt, blind and mentally deficient which were sent down by 
the Local Draft Boards, whose ideas apparently were that the Army was a conven- 
ient dumping ground for the insane and physically incompetent. As a result of this 
weeding-out process the men who constituted the Regiment at the time it embarked 
were selected men in every sense of the word. 

It was about the first of February we took up the specialized arms in earnest and 
got a rather confused idea from the British and French instructors as to the most ap- 
proved method of winning the war. Up to this time the men thought the war would 
be won with "I. D. R." and "Singing" while the officers had a hazy idea that some 
sort of fire arm would be used, but these instructors told us no. The French said 
the war would be won with chauchots and hand grenades while the British hooted 
at the idea, and calmly informed us that the bayonet, trench knife and gas mask 
would suffice. Not to be caught napping, we tried learning all methods, and it was 
a job, as the French didn't deem it proper to use a grenade unless it was thrown in 
five counts and the British were horrified at the idea of simply killing a man with 
the bayonet, maintaining that it was an art to "long thrust" and "withdraw" and 
the process should be carried out with technique and temperament. This training 
tended to relegate the rifle to the position of being merely a handle for the bayonet 
which did not at all conform to the inherent American tendencies regarding this 
weapon; our own Army instructors still insisting that the Manual of Arms, care of 
the rifle and position and aiming drills were paramount. 

The balance of our stay at Gordon was devoted to intensive practical training in 
the various uses of our arms and equipment. Elaborate bayonet and grenade courses 
were quickly constructed and at Norcross, Ga., an enormous rifle range was built. 
Each day was divided into periods for practice on each course, except the rifle range, 
which was several miles away and our practice there was for days at a time doing 
nothing but shooting. Also each battalion was at intervals placed under French en- 
gineers and actually dug systems of trenches and built barbed wire entanglements. 
Five hundred gas masks were issued to the Regiment and instruction given in their 
care and use and each man was required to pass through the gas house. 

Parades and reviews were held weekly, culminating in the Division being re- 
viewed on April 4th, 1918, by Mrs. John B. Gordon, wife of Gen. John B. Gordon, 
C. S. A., for whom the camp was named. The officer personnel while at Camp Gor- 
don had undergone many changes — some of the original officers being transferred 
to other branches of the Service and others lost by promotion, while new officers 
from the Second Training Camp were assigned to the Regiment. Rumors had been 
rampant for weeks, gradually assuming a more official tone till the middle of April, 
when the Regimental advance party was ordered to a port of embarkation and then 
we knew that our time of departure was close at hand. 

All drills had been suspended and everything was orderly confusion during the 
last two weeks of our stay at Gordon. Property was boxed and marked, as per regu- 
lations, clothing and equipment issued and stenciled, passenger and baggage lists 
typed and show down inspections held at all hours of the day and night to determine 
any shortages. Entraining orders were received and on April 19th, 1918, Headquar- 



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ters, Machine Gun and Supply Companies left for Camp Upton, followed shortly there- 
after by the balance of the Regiment. This move was made in standard Pullmans 
on a good time schedule, but the soldiers were practicing their inherent privilege of 
kicking, complaining because they had to sleep two to a berth. 

Beginning several days prior to our departure relatives and friends flocked to 
the Camp in all kinds of conveyances for farewells. Our hike down to the railroad 
yards at Chamblee, Ga., was made wearing overcoats and heavy woolen underwear 
and the biggest packs in captivity on a hot April day and with an inner feeling of 
martyrism, all of which conspired to concoct emotions which still linger in our 
memories. A motley crew of S. C. D., Depot Brigade men, tear stained wives, moth- 
ers, sisters, sweethearts and others of varying relationship, waved us and embraced 
us till the old troop train pulled out. 



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CHAPTER II. 



The trains were given a rousing welcome at every station on our way North, 
which culminated in a bedlam of noise upon arrival at New York from shouting, 
blowing whistles and tooting horns. The Regiment arrived at Upton by sections 
from April 21st to 24th inclusive. 

Our time at Upton was spent in more inspections and issuing of articles to com- 
plete our overseas equipment. The Quartermaster who devised the overseas equip- 
ment list must have thought we were pack mules instead of soldiers. Incidentally, 
practically all this equipment was dumped on our arrival at Le Havre. 

Upton was the camp made famous by A. W. 0. L.'s. Our Regiment, both men 
and officers, were confined to camp till every company was inspected and found to 
have all equipment called for and for a time it seemed that we would be allowed no 
time off at all. It will be remembered that a large number of our men were from 
New York and vicinity and had not been home since the first of October and we 
had no sooner arrived than whole families besieged the Camp, begging and implor- 
ing passes for their friends and relatives. The strain was too much for some who 
went home any way. Finally, however, passes were granted for 24 and 36 hours, de- 
pending on the distance to be traveled. Some very pitiful cases came up where men 
went home suddenly to find on arrival that their whole family had left the day be- 
fore for Upton to see them. It is not to be wondered at that a lot of the men did not 
show up the minute the pass expired and on the afternoon of April 30, we were or- 
dered to entrain for Boston harbor, and roll call still showed a number absent. Prac- 
tically all these, however, were put on the next transport and joined us shortly after 
our arrival in France. 

The trip to Boston was uneventful except that it is rumored that large quanti- 
ties of Uncle Sam's coin changed hands to the tune of the craps. We made Boston 
by daybreak of May 1st and immediately embarked. The 1st Battalion, Headquar- 
ters, Machine Gun and Supply Companies were loaded on H. M. S. Grampian and 
the 2nd and 3rd Battalions on H. M. S. Scandinavian. We got under way about 
noon and cruised to New York harbor, arriving there in the late afternoon of May 
2nd. The convoy was here assembled, consisting of sixteen transports and one 
cruiser — the San Diego, later sunk — and departed during the afternoon of May 3rd. 
Say, but didn't it make little chills go up your spine when you watched the old 
Statue of Liberty begin fading out of view and you realized that we were really leav- 
ing? One thought came to all — the speculation of who were the ones who would 
never see the old Girl again. 

The trip across was uneventful. We learned lots though, in that we became in- 
timately acquainted with our life preserver, which at all times must decorate our 
bosoms, also we learned considerable about British sea rations and crews, and we 
didn't like either. Our time on board was taken up with physical exercise and boat 
drills. These boat drills were held at odd times every day and consisted in prac- 
ticing every one in going to his appointed station or life boat in case an emergency 
should arise. It was on this trip that we got our first taste of censorship. The bud- 



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ding censors applied the blue pencil copiously to the blood curdling copy destined 
for the Folks at Home. Tales of subs, torpedoes and fish as big as transports were 
ruthlessly butchered and incidentally many a censoring officer was sadly disillusioned 
regarding the place he was till now sure he held in his men's esteem. 

It has been constantly circulated that when we were about two days from Eng- 
land a torpedo passed through our convoy, luckily striking nothing. 

Early on the morning of May 15th we picked up our destroyer patrol. These 
efficient little craft certainly add to one"s feeling of security in the danger zone. 
Those who have never seen them work have missed a great deal. They remind one 
of a bunch of well-trained bird dogs trying to get wind of birds. The ship's officers 
were old heads at the game and while in the danger zone would not leave their posts. 
When we arrived at the entrance to Liverpool harbor the tide was out and we were 
told we would have to wait till morning and go in with the tide. We were also told 
that this waiting place was a regular ships' graveyard. Nothing unusual happened, 
however, and we docked at Liverpool on the morning of May 16th and details were 
at once put to work unloading the ships. The entire day was spent in unloading and 
it was twilight before the last troops had debarked. The 1st Battalion, Headquarters, 
Machine Gun and Supply Companies marched direct to the station and entrained for 
Southampton, while the 2nd and 3rd Battalions went to Knotty Ash Rest Camp, 
on the outskirts of Liverpool. The sensation of again marching on land was a good 
one, after our long sea voyage and the rousing welcome accorded us by the inhabi- 
tants of Liverpool did much to make us forget the weight of the super-packs that 
we were all carrying. At these rest camps we were introduced to the famous British 
Army ration and although the jam was appreciated by all, the average doughboy 
didn't approve of the change from fresh beef and coffee to cheese and tea. 

On May 17th the troops who had gone direct to Southampton embarked on a 
channel boat and landed at Le Havre early the next morning. The two battalions 
at Liverpool rested until the morning of the 18th and then entrained for South- 
ampton. 

The trip across England was very refreshing, after so many days on the water. 
The country was one beautiful picturesque garden. The hills and valleys were every- 
where clothed in the verdant beauty of spring and every town through which we 
passed was spotlessly clean. The red tile roofs and paving appeared to have just 
been scrubbed and polished. The beauty of the country was greatly enhanced by 
the absence of fences, stone terraces and close-cropped hedges being used instead. 
During our stay at Southampton each organization was officially "welcomed over- 
seas" by a British officer on behalf of King George V, and each man was given an 
autographed letter of welcome from the King. The citizens here, especially the 
women, seemed greatly interested in us and did everything possible to add to our 
pleasure and enjoyment. 

On May 20th Col. Lindsey received his promotion to Brigadier General and was 
assigned to command of the 164th Brigade, Major Jewett being placed in command 
of the Regiment. On this date the last of our regiment embarked for France and 
the next morning found us winding our weary way up the hill to rest camps Nos. 
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be brigaded with the British and our baggage in the future would be confined to 
what we carried on our backs. The time was spent in turning in American rifles and 
bayonets and drawing British equipment and salvaging a large majority of the 
equipment issued us at Camp Upton. Barrack bags most of which have never been 
seen since, were left for storage, and shortly thereafter the officers learned that of 
the 250 pounds of overseas equipment required to be brought by them they could 
retain 50 pounds, including bedding rolls. At this place we were issued gas masks 
and steel helmets and passed through a gas chamber where each man thoroughly 
tested the efficiency of his mask, realizing fully that his life might depend upon it 
in the future. 

By this time, we had learned that "rest camps" were a travesty on the word 
"rest." The Englishman who named them certainly must have had a keen sense of 
humor. They seemed to have been so named because they were located in such 
places that after an organization had hiked to them the men, if given the opportunity, 
would gladly rest in spite of conditions at the camp. At Knotty Ash the men had 
their first experience in sleeping on a coffin-like bedsack placed on the floor. By the 
time we had mastered the art of about-facing on one without rolling off it was time 
to move to Southampton and there we slept on the floor without bedsacks; at 
rest camps in the vicinity of Le Havre we found the same accommodations with the 
added feature of crowding twenty-five men into a small tent. They were all able to 
lie down, by putting their feet together near the center pole and their heads outside 
the tent, the process of turning over being done "by the numbers." 



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CHAPTER III. 



On May 23rd the last of the Regiment entrained at Le Havre for "somewhere in 
France," arriving the next morning at Eu, a town about 40 miles in rear of the 
Somme front. After hastily eating breakfast here, we took to the road for an all-day 
hike, with full equipment and that night the men slept for the first time in French 
barns, called in army parlance '"billets." We found that we were one of ten 
American divisions that had been loaned to the British and in this area we were a 
tactical reserve for the British Fifth Army, who were daily expecting a drive on this 
front. Regimental headquarters was located at Horcelaines and the troops were 
billeted in the neighboring towns. Henceforth each battalion lived its own life, 
rarely coming in contact with the other battalions. It was many weeks before the 
Regiment was again billeted together. 

Each step of our journey so far brought closer home to us the fact that we were 
approaching the front and caused us to think of the relation of the war to us as in- 
dividuals much more than we had ever done before. Upon our landing at Liverpool 
the first sight to greet our eyes was a large military hospital. A few hundred yards 
from Knotty Ash was located a convalescent camp for injured British soldiers, and 
the neighborhood was thronged with men who had lost one or more limbs and who 
were glad to edify us with their experiences. As we got off the boat at Le Havre a 
long hospital train rolled up to the docks, filled with injured being evacuated to 
England and one couldn't help but wonder how long it would be before he would 
be coming back in that manner. In our reserve position on the Somme front we 
could hear the roar of the big guns and were visited by day and night by German 
planes. We were located not far from Abbeville and this town and the surrounding 
country was bombed heavily almost every night and many were the narrow escapes 
from injury that we experienced, though we were very fortunate in that we had 
only one man slightly wounded. 

Our time here was spent in hard training under supervision of British training 
cadres. Although we would all have preferred being in a strictly American sector, 
the men took great interest in the instruction and worked hard. A large percentage 
of the officers and many non-coms were sent for short courses in various schools 
held by the British and very soon returned to their companies as qualified instructors 
in the latest methods of using grenades, Lewis guns, Vickers machine guns, etc., and 
the latest practices for gas defense. 

About June 1st the Regiment moved by marching to a new area, twenty kilos dis- 
tance, headquarters being located at Elincourt. The training schedule was continued 
in earnest and very soon each company had experts with the Lewis gun and every- 
body was doing good shooting with the British rifle. The men had adjusted them- 
selves to conditions and when night came were glad to go "home" to their respective 
hay lofts for a few hours rest. 

During our stay here officers and men from each Battalion and Company were 
sent to the front line trenches to get first hand information as to the work done there. 
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sector here, orders were changed, and we turned in all our British equipment, again 
drew American arms in their place, and on June 16th the Regiment entrained for an 
American sector. 

We never became very enthusiastic over staying with the British for there was 
that "British Army Ration." We heard a lot about the "blooming bloody offan;" 
being "fed up" and learned to know what "carry on" meant, but never could under- 
stand when and how to use the expression "cherry-oh," or just what it signified; 
nor could we ever feel comfortable or know just how to act in the presence of the 
all powerful British "Sergeant Major." We rather liked the four o'clock tea, which 
nothing must be allowed to interfere with, but on the whole, were indeed glad to 
get back to an American outfit. One of the novelties we were introduced to while 
with the British was their baths. We marched an hour or two over hot dusty roads 
to reach the bath house, were allowed so much time to get in the bath, timed as we 
washed, timed as we rinsed, and timed as we dressed. In fact, the whole affair was 
much more one of timing than of bathing, for we would only be well under way in 
one of the phases of becoming clean, when time would be up and we would have to 
move on. Then followed the long march back to camp over the same hot dusty 
roads, so we felt after one of these baths that we were not in much better shape than 
when we started out. 

By this time we had become accustomed to living in barns, had learned to 
"find" enough hay or straw to make a comfortable bed, and got along very com- 
fortably in "billets." All the "easy methods to learn French" that had been bought 
in the States were brought out, and everyone started to try out his particular brand 
of "Parlez vouz," with surprisingly unsatisfactory results. We got on pretty good 
terms with "Vin Rouge" and "Vin Blanc." All the towns the Regiment had been 
billeted in were about the same, several centuries old and badly out of repair. The 
village "Vamp" ran the "Vin Rouge" stand, the mayor was the oldest and most dis- 
reputable looking citizen in the town and a man's wealth was judged by the size of 
his manure pile. We knew what the store signs "Estaminet," "Boucherie," "Bou- 
langerie," etc., meant and felt we were getting along, nor when in the larger places 
did we try to get accommodations more than once at the "Hotel de Ville." 



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CHAPTER IV. 



Our trip to the American sector gave us our first real experience in the French 
"8-40" (eight chevaux or forty hommes) and as the trip lasted from noon of June 16th 
to the morning of June 18th, we had sufficient time to become well acquainted with 
this mode of transportation. How forty men and forty packs can get into one of 
those Frog cars will forever remain a mystery, but it is a known fact that it was 
done not only once, but numerous times. The sector we were going to was the Toul 
sector and to reach it it was necessary to go south below Paris, then up by Dijon, as 
the Boche were too close to Paris to allow promiscuous troop movements between 
the front and Paris. On the whole, this trip was very interesting as the various parts 
of the country we went through were quite different as regards the towns and natural 
scenery. Aside from the fact that uniforms were everywhere in evidence and we 
passed train load after train load of war material there was little to impress one 
with the fact that only a very short distance northward was being fought the great- 
est of all wars. Down around Paris and Dijon France looked very much like any 
other normal and industrious country, except that there was a noticeable absence of 
able-bodied men in civilian clothes. 

On the morning of June 18th the trains pulled into Foug, a short distance be- 
low Toul and at dawn the Regiment unloaded and hiked to the towns of F'ranchville, 
Ville St. Etienne, and Lucy, north of Toul, where the different units were billeted 
and immediately took up further training. Here the guns at the front could be 
plainly heard and rumors became persistent that very soon the 328th would take dieir 
turn in the trenches. The 26th Division was at that time holding the sector which in 
reports is known as the Toul sector, a subdivision of the Lorraine front. The 82nd 
was scheduled to relieve the 26th Division, the •328th relieving the 104th Infantry. 
This relief took several days, one battalion being relieved at a time to avoid conges- 
tion of roads and noticeable troop movement. The relief was started June 26th and 
completed June 29th. The troops were moved to points immediately in rear of the 
sector at night on a narrow gauge railroad known as the Dekauville. 

The 2nd Battalion under Major Buxton took over the actual front which ex- 
tended from Bouconville to Rambucourt. The 328th being on the extreme left of the 
Division sector connected with the French between Bouconville and Broussey and 
our right connected with the .327th between Rambucourt and Beaumont. The 3rd 
Battalion held positions at Gerard Sas about 3 kilos behind the front, as support 
battalion, and the 1st Battalion was stationed at Cornieville still further back as 
reserve battalion. The system of reliefs was for the front line battalion to drop 
back to the reserve position, each of the other battalions moving forward to the next 
position. 

This was the old American training sector where the green divisions were placed 
to learn the intricacies of troop movements and reliefs at night and become ac- 
quainted with that very important and nerve-racking routine of patrols. All the 
points along this front are familiar to the A. E. F. Montsec was in the immediate 



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German iiiacliine gun hole on Hill 260, taken by the 2nd Battalion on October 8th. 
123 machine guns were taken on that day from holes similar to above, together with 325 
prisoners. The drive of the 1st Battalion on the 7th and of the 2nd Battalion on the 8th 
forced the Boche from in front of the 28th Division, relieved the 28th Division and forced 
the Boche to fall back in front of the 77lh Division on our left. The above statement 
made by Gen. Pershing in 1919 at a review of the 82nd Division. 



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front ^ith Xivray sticking out in our line like a sore thumh and Marvoisin in "No 
Man's Land," while a little to our right was Siecheprey, the scene of the famous raid 
on the 26th Division. 

Everyone had read of and had difficulty in understanding the dreary monotony 
of trench warfare and here we were to realize it: to sit for days in a trench gazing 
intently at the enemy lines and never see anything to shoot at, chow details, wire 
stringing details, trench digging details, patrols every night with monotonous regu- 
larity and at the end of several weeks to be holding the same positions with nothing 
apparently accomplished. 

The Regiment at this time was commanded by Col. Hunter B. Nelson, who had 
been assigned to its command June 26th, having served as attached since June 13th. 
All who had the pleasure of knowing Col. Nelson will remember him with feelings 
of affection. He was a man men serve for love. Everyone from his orderly to the 
majors he called son and his men were his constant thought. When an important 
patrol was on a dangerous mission he would sit up till early morning waiting for 
the news of its return. 

On July 3rd under command of Major Johnson tlie 3rd Battalion relieved the 
2nd Battalion in the front — the 2nd dropping back to Cornieville while the 1st 
moved up to positions vacated by the 3rd. On July 10th the 1st Battalion, under 
Major Jewett, relieved the 3rd with the corresponding rotations. 

These weekly reliefs continued till August 5th, at which time our relief by the 
356th Infantry, 89th Division, was completed and we, feeling like war-worn veterans, 
moved back to Troussey and Rigny La Salle by Dekauville the 1st and 3rd Battalions 
in the former town. Regimental Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, Headquarters, Supply 
and Machine Gun Companies in the latter. 

Our stay in the trenches had been the same old story, a few men being killed by 
nervous sentries who halted and shot at the same time, usually with deadly effect; 
numerous patrols with one rather nasty little encounter in Xivray, where we had 
several casualties in the 3rd Battalion which was in the front line at that time; a 
few shells principally in Rambucourt, which at that time we called barrages; bar- 
rages then meaning to us anv shelling wherein more than six shells were fired at 
the rate of one per minute or faster. It was here that Capt. Sissons of L. Co. was 
badly wounded by a shell fragment one night during a rather heavy shelling. 

In Raulecourt at Regimental Headquarters we had Red Cross, Salvation Army 
and Y. M. C. A. huts where hot chocolate and doughnuts were served on the nights 
of reliefs to the boys coming out. 

Gas was our great horror. A night rarely passed by but what some zealous gas 
sentry didn't send forth the alarm and not to be taking any chances every sentry in 
hearing would pick up the signal and start sounding his particular brand of noise 
maker. Soon the whole area would be echoing with the noise of horns, bells, rattles, 
etc., and men would adjust their masks, having a sick feeling in the stomach and 
chills down the spine. Men who knew no fear when it was a case of danger from 
personal combat would turn pale when that awful raucus klaxon grated out its alarm 
in the middle of the night. Nothing but actual experience could teach one about 
gas, and it was only a short time, however, till false alarms were at a minimum. 



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While the time in this area was very quiet, every one got a lot of benefit from actual 
experience, and what was still more important, that feeling of confidence which dif- 
ferentiates the experienced soldier from the rookie. 

As above stated, on August 5th the Regiment moved back to a rest area and 
there put in the time in drills of all sorts and generally cleaning up and preparing 
to go to the Chateau Thierry district to take over a sector. A part of the Division 
actually did go there, but suddenly plans were changed and the elements which had 
gone were recalled and the Division was ordered to relieve the 2nd Division at Pont- 
a-Mousson in what is known as the Marbache Sector. This move was made August 
15th and 16th by Dekauville — the 2nd Battalion again taking the front line — 3rd 
Battalion support at Dieulouard and 1st Battalion in reserve in Liverdun woods. 
Regimental Headquarters was at Dieulouard and Supply Company was at Belleville. 
The Regiment relieved the 6th Marines, the front line being taken over on August 
16th. 



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This sector, prior to the entry of American troops, was a typical quiet sector 
of the line, the "live and let live" principle having been strictly adhered to; so quiet 
was it that Pont-a-Mousson, a town of 30,000 inhabitants located one kilo inside 
the French lines, had not been evacuated by the inhabitants and life was proceeding 
there as if the times were normal. The advent of the 2nd Division, the iirst Ameri- 
can troops in this area, seemed to be the cue for the natives to leave, however, as 
it had been proven in all instances that the American fighting spirit would not admit 
of calmly sitting down and never firing a shot. The thrifty citizens had left luxuriant 
gardens, and these, together with the abundant fruit, contributed quite a bit to the 
bill-of-fare, company cooks gaining a reputation for resourcefulness. 

On the left of our regimental sector was the 360th Infantry of the 90th Di- 
vision, and our right flank rested on the Moselle River. The position was well or- 
ganized for defense but "No Man's Land" here held its terrors for American patrols. 
Both the French and German positions had been withdrawn a few hundred yards 
and the intervening area was filled with masses of barbed wire, through which it was 
impossible to go without knowing the beaten paths. The Boche had outpost posi- 
tions in ruins of houses with tunnels leading to them and were familiar with every 
foot of the terrain. These conditions came very near to causing disaster for us more 
than once, but our only casualties were due to the surprising of two advanced day 
outposts. 

This sector was in the beaten air path from Nancy to Metz, and every night the 
air was filled with the hum of motors, and one, and usually both of these cities 
were bombed. The anti-aircraft batteries of both places were well organized and 
each night saw heavy barrages. 

On the night of August 24th the 3rd Battalion took over the front line, the 2nd 
going to the reserve position and the 1st to support, and on September 1st relief 
again took place, the 1st Battalion moving to the front line position. Support and 
Reserve Battalions were drilling hard during this time, devoting all their time to 
maneuvers with the aid of all auxiliary weapons and each day saw its own problem 
fully worked out before inspectors from every headquarters from regimental to 
G. H. Q. Everywhere could be heard rumors of an impending American drive and 
the constantly increasing stream of all varieties of artillery and other war supplies 
toward the front indicated that it would be a show worth while. Our strenuous 
training in attack problems had eradicated the glaring errors and by the time it 
came to again make another relief, we all admitted that we were "good." 

On the night of September 9th the 2nd Battalion moved up to relieve the front 
line, the 3rd Battalion moving to support and the 1st Battalion moving back to the 
vicinity of Dieulouard, instead of the usual reserve position in the Liverdun woods. 
The air was surcharged with all sorts of rumors and orders respecting the approach- 
ing drive were expected hourly. The suspense continued until the afternoon of the 
11th, when word was received that the drive would begin the next morning, the 
zero hour for artillery being 1:15. Orders stated that the mission of our regiment 



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was to keep in contact with the enemy at all times, but to remain in its present posi- 
tion until further orders. Our 1st Battalion was designated as the liaison Battalion 
between our Regiment and the 360th Infantry, who were on our left; accordingly, 
on the night of the 11th they moved to a position in rear of the front line junction 
of the two regiments. Our position was that of "holding the hinge" for the drive and 
was by no means an enviable one, as it required us to hold our right flank stationary 
at the same time keeping our left flank in liaison with the 360th, who were to ad- 
vance. Interest was keyed to the highest point and everybody feverishly awaited the 
zero hour. From 1:15 on the morning of September 12th until 5:30 there took 
place the greatest barrage of the war, up until that time, and then the rolling barrage 
began. Throughout the 12th our patrols kept up contact as ordered and met with 
uniform severe resistance. First Lieutenant Charles F. Harrison of "F" Company 
lost his life while bravely leading one of these patrols and our casualties from this 
source throughout the day were about 25. On the afternoon of the 12th, Lieutenant 
Donald M. Love, with four men, penetrated the enemy's line to a depth of two kilo- 
meters, reaching the town of Norroy. 

On the morning of the 13th we were all gratified at the news received concerning 
the success of the drive and at the indications that the enemy was about to withdraw 
from our immediate front. This appearing certain, at 13 hours on Friday the 13th, 
Field Order No. 13 issued by 164th Brigade Headquarters called for the advance of 
the 2nd Battalion to the heights north of Norroy. The 3rd Battalion was to support 
the advance. Shortly after dark, Col. Wetherill (then Lieutenant-Colonel), who had 
been placed in tactical command of the two battalions began the advance and in spite 
of the intense darkness and inconceivable mass of barbed wire, the compass direc- 
tion of advance was held to the degree, each element arriving in the position assigned 
to it. No resistance was encountered and there were no casualties. 

Everywhere in the town of Norroy were indications that the Boche had left very 
hurriedly. Cooked meals were found, as well as undestroyed maps and military 
records of value to us. We also found about fifteen old men and women, natives of 
the town, who had been there throughout the war. Their gladness at their liberation 
and the advent of the Americans was a sight never to be forgotten. This being our 
first experience in occupying enemy-held territory, everybody was in high spirits 
and very soon German cigars, cigarettes and beer were being passed around freely. 

Aerial observation revealed our advance to the enemy early in the morning of 
the 14th and about noon the town and the surrounding territory were heavily shelled 
with H. E. and gas. This shelling was intense and was kept up throughout the after- 
noon and well into the night, causing the air to be continually charged with gas. As 
there were no gas proof positions in the town, it was necessary for everybody to don 
their masks and keep them on, sometimes as long as four hours on a stretch. The 
discipline of the troops was good, though, and gas casualties were very slight. The 
continued shelling took its toll, however, and this, together with the continued strain 
and lack of rest and hot food for the previous 48 hours, was very trying on the men. 
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the 14th the 3rd Battalion took over the front line and the 1st Battalion who had 
been relieved from liaison duty moved up to support them. The 2nd Battalion 
moved back to the vicinity of Dieulouard for a much needed rest. 

On the morning of the 15th orders were issued for the 3rd Battalion to advance 
and occupy Vandieres together with the hills to the north of that town. The attack 
began at 1 :00 P. M. with companies K and M in the front line and I and L in sup- 
port. The attack was made with practically no artillery preparation and our forces 
were at all times in plain sight of the enemy to the front and right flank; conse- 
quently we were heavily shelled throughout the advance by enemy artillery firing 
at point blank range. In spite of this, however, the men went forward dauntlessly 
until the objective was reached. Shortly after the attack began Major Johnson 
turned his ankle and, being unable to advance, delivered the command to Capt. 
Rumph, who was seriously wounded a short while later. Capt. Clarkson then took 
command and directed the Battalion throughout the remainder of the action. The 
objective was reached at 3:30 and the remainder of the day was spent in organizing 
the position and caring for the wounded. The casualties suffered during the en- 
gagement totalled 185, the following officers being seriously wounded: Captains 
Rumph and Cooper and Lieutenants Sutherland and W. E. Cox. 

On the evening of September 14th the 1st Battalion had taken over the support 
positions south of INorroy, which had been evacuated by the 3rd Battalion when they 
moved forward to relieve the 2nd Battalion. These were held till noon of the 15th. 
at which time the 1st Battalion was ordered to move forward as support battalion in 
the attack made by the 3rd Battalion on that date. The 1st Battalion moved through 
Norroy to the ridges north of that town, remaining in this position for the balance 
of the afternoon. After dark the 1st Battalion was ordered to relieve the front line 
which had suffered severely during the attack. This relief was made under very 
trying conditions — the Boche keeping up intense artillery fire on the positions. The 
ridges near the river just north of Vandieres were directly under the German guns 
and offered very little protection from fire, so it was decided to take up positions in 
trenches just south of Vandieres at this point. The line decided on was with the 
right flank on the Moselle River just south of Vandieres. From there the line ran 
West for about 600 meters, then Northwest, taking in the ridges west and northwest 
of Vandieres. The town of Vandieres being in a pocket and directly under our guns, 
was consequently untenable for any enemy forces and in addition the support com- 
panies furnished strong outposts at the town and along the roads and river. 

A considerable part of our line was old German trenches and at the time of the 
relief a strong party of engineers went forward and turned these trenches so as to 
face them toward the enemy, also greatly assisting in digging new trenches. These 
positions were held until three A. M. of September 18th at which time the 90th Di- 
vision moved to the right, taking them over. The artillery fire here was intense, as 
we received fire not only from the front, but also from our right flank across the 
river, with big shells coming from the MeLz forts. On the night of September 
17th-18th before our relief by the 360di, a concentrated gas attack was made on our 
left, which lasted several hours, causing a number of casualties in D Company from 
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those burned. Right after the relief a heavy shelling of the rear areas took toll from 
the companies moving back. Upon the relief of the Regiment Col. Nelson was trans- 
ferred and Col. (then Lieutenant-Colonel) Wetherill took command. Major Buxton 
had been appointed Division Inspector some weeks previous to the St. Mihiel drive, 
but did not take up his new duties until this time. Major (then Captain) Tillman 
was given command of the 2nd Battalion. 

During the afternoon of the 18th the Regiment moved, partly by trucks and 
partly by marching, to the Marbache woods situated on a very high hill south of 
Belleville. This was the first time since our arrival in France that the entire Regiment 
was billeted together. Here we were re-equipped and got what rest we could in the 
continual rain which lasted our entire stay there. Due to casualties, a certain amount 
of reorganization was necessary. The plans of the Meuse-Argonne were kept very 
secret and we had no idea what our next move would be. On the evening of the 
23rd we were informed that we would move to a new sector the following day, and 
the usual preparations were made. 



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CHAPTER VI. 



On the morning of September 24th the Regiment left the Marbache sector and 
embussed. After travelling all day, we arrived at Auzeville shortly after midnight, 
the 1st and 2nd Battalions marching to the Foret D'Argonne and camping in the 
woods in what was known as Camp Mallory, while the 3rd Battalion marched to and 
occupied an old French Camp on the southeastern edge of the forest. The Regiment 
reached its Camp between one and two A. M. September 26th. The animal drawn 
transport of the Regiment meanwhile had left the Marbache sector on September 
20th, and had made the journey in four stages. 

The 82nd Division was attached to the First Army Corps, and was reserve for 
the Army. The 3rd Battalion was designated as reserve for the 164th Brigade. 
Shortly after we arrived in the woods, the preliminary barrage commenced thun- 
dering off to the north, and at 5:30 September 26th the infantry made tlie initial at- 
tack of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. The zone of action of the First Corps, to 
which the Regiment was attached, was bounded on the east by Vanquis, Very, 
Sommerance and Imecourt, all inclusive, and on the west by La Harazee, inclusive, 
Binarville, Lancon, Grand Ham, all exclusive, and Grand Pre, inclusive. The mis- 
sion of the Corps was to reduce the Foret D'Argonne by flanking it from the east; 
to assist in cutting off hostile artillery fire and observation from the eastern edge of 
the forest, and upon arriving at the Corps objective, to advance to the American 
Army objective. 

During the next few days, the Regiment was held in readiness to move forward 
on an hour's notice, and while in this position, training was carried on daily. The 
country to our immediate front, and especially the road leading to Les Islettes, 
La Harazee and Varennes was reconnoitered by the Regimental and Battalion Com- 
manders and bv Capt. Adone D. Tomasello, Regimental Operations Officer, Lieuten- 
ant W. K. Merritt, Regimental Intelligence Officer, and Lieutenants J. G. Roberts, 
J. M. Garner, Edwin U. 0. Waters, Battalion Intelligence Officers. Scouts also went 
forward and examined the terrain. During most of this period, Auzeville and the 
near vicinity was subjected to shell fire. Captain Paul P. Goold, who had been 
Regimental Adjutant, left the Regiment here and returned to the United States; 
Lieutenant A. G. Eritzland, Regimental Personnel Adjutant, was transferred to G. H. 
Q. and a number of N. C. O.'s were sent to the Army Candidates School. Lieuten- 
ant W. F. Enneking was appointed to fill the vacancy in the Regimental Adjutant's 
office, and Lieutenant T. B. Fay became Regimental Personnel Officer, and a number 
of N. C. O.'s and privates received promotions. 

On October 3rd, the Division passed from the Army Reserve to the reserve of 
the First Army Corps, and on the afternoon of that day, the Regiment moved north 
by way of Les Islettes to the vicinity of Losheres where it bivouaced for the night. 
The march was resumed by 7 o'clock on the following morning, and after passing 
through the territory only a few days prior occupied by the 77th Division, across 
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blasted into a mere mass of ground, wire and wreckage, the Regiment, after a march 
of 12 kilometers, took up a position to the east of Camp Mahaut, in the vicinity of a 
German cemetery, where it went into bivouac. 

The Regiment remained at this place until Sunday, October 6th. While here 
maneuvers took place, and reconnoissance was made to the north and to the north- 
east. On the morning of Sunday, the 6th of October, the Regimental and First Bat- 
talion Commanders went forward to Apremont, and- in the afternoon, the Regi- 
mental and Battalion Commanders, with Brigadier General Lindsey, reconnoitered 
the country to the north of Baulny, including Chaudron Farm, Montrebeau Woods, 
and the southern vicinity of Exermont. At this time, information had been received 
that the Regiment would move into the lines that night, and would go over the top 
the following morning. Upon the return of the above mentioned officers of the Regi- 
ment, they found the companies already preparing to move. The Officers were hur- 
riedly assembled, and by the light of a few candles in a tent in the cemetery, the 
general plan of the operations of that night and the following day was gone over by 
the Regimental commander. 

At 8:00 P. M. the 1st Battalion leading, followed by the 2nd and 3rd Battalions 
and Machine Gun Company, the Regiment moved out in the direction of Varennes. 
Upon going out of the forest and entering the valley, the Regiment halted, where it 
remained until midnight. While here, the 1st Battalion dropped their packs, and 
made up their combat packs. Meanwhile, the Regimental Commander was at Di- 
vision Headquarters and very late in the evening, received the orders for the attack. 
Upon his return, the Regiment continued its march through Varennes and along the 
main army road in the direction of Fleville, which was at this time in possession of 
the enemy. The night was exceptionally dark, a light rain falling, and the road was 
a mass of traffic, slowly wending its way both north and south. The Divisional Ar- 
tillery and Machine Gun organizations were moving forward to their positions for 
the coming morning action. The infantry, in columns of twos, slowly but surely 
made its way through this traffic. Only the best of disciplined troops could have 
possibly made a march of this character. As the Regiment went north, the road 
came under shell fire and considerable gas was experienced. 

The march was approximately fourteen kilometers long, and by reason of the 
road conditions, the troops did not arrive in the vicinity of their positions until after 
5 o'clock. On the road up, the 3rd Battalion which was acting as Brigade Reserve, 
took up its position on the eastern side of the road about two kilometers north of 
Baulny, where it dug in. The 2nd Battalion, which had been designated to support 
the 1st Battalion in the jump off, continued to the vicinity of Depot D'Munitions, 
where it took up a position along the east and west side of the army road. A por- 
tion of the 321st M. G. Battalion was attached to the Battalion for the purpose of the 
attack. The Machine Gun Company of the Regiment had given the right of way on 
the road to the artillery, and by the time it reached Depot D'Munitions, it was nearly 
daylight, and it took up a position in this vicinity, taking advantage of all available 
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Shortly thereafter the enemy planes sought it out and bombed it. The combat 
trains were placed just north of Baulney, while the field train remained just west of 
Varennes. 

The 1st Battalion arrived east of La Forge, about 5:10 o'clock, and immediately 
formed for an attack just east of La Forge and facing west. "A" and "C" Com- 
panies were in the front and "B" and "D" were held in support in the woods Des 
Granges about one kilometer east of La Forge. A heavy fog had settled on the 
valley, which rendered it quite impossible to see more than 100 meters to the front. 
The Regimental P. C. was established at La Forge, and the Regimental commander, 
with his headquarters personnel, immediately moved to this position. The sector of 
the Regiment over which the attack was to be launched was bounded on the north 
by Fem Des Granges and Hill 180 exclusive, and on the south by Fern Des Granges 
and La Forge and Chatel Chehery inclusive. Its first objective was the Hill 223 
and it was then ordered to proceed to the Decauville railroad, the Corps objective. 
The 327th Infantry was on our right and the 110th Infantry of the 28th Division 
was on our left. The attack was ordered held and "A" and "C" companies took 
cover in ditches. Due to being in better position to form up for attack unobserved, 
"B" and "D" companies were designated as assaulting companies. 

At 11:15 "B" and "D" companies moved out of the woods in double line of 
small columns with "D" company on the left and "B" on the right. They advanced 
west over open country, passing through "A" and "C" companies. The attacking 
companies had to advance nearly two kilometers, at all times subject to enemy ob- 
servation from the west and northwest, and to ford the River Aire before reaching 
the base of Hill 223. While going forward the troops were subjected to a terrific 
concentration of shell fire. The troops moved forward under perfect control as if in 
a practiced maneuver, and by taking advantage of favorable situations covered the 
distance with comparatively few casualties. Shortly after reaching the Hill, Capt. 
Richard Douglas of "B" Company was painfully wounded and Lieutenant Day took 
command of the company. The objective was taken by 1:00 P. M., and with it a 
number of prisoners. The companies then reorganized preparatory to a further ad- 
vance. During the advance "H" company had acted as a combat liaison unit be- 
tween our Division and the 28th Division on the left. When the leading companies 
had passed the River Aire, the First Battalion P. C. moved to La Forge, and shortly 
after our first prisoners were brought in and after being examined were sent to the 
Brigade P. C. Lieutenant W. K. Merritt, Regimental Intelligence Officer, and Lieu- 
tenant Walter M. Little of the Supply Company started back with these prisoners 
along the La Forge road but before they had gone very far Lieutenant Merritt was 
wounded, and Lieutenant Little received wounds from which a few days later he died. 
There was attached to the Battalion the One Pounder and Trench Mortar platoons, 
of Headquarters Company. Immediately to the south of Des Granges Woods was the 
Battalion first aid station, which continued its work all day and night, moving for- 
ward to Chatel Chehery on October 8th. As soon as the leading companies had left 
the woods in the attack, the place was subjected to a terrific shelling, lasting about 
two hours; evidently upon the supposition that the remainder of the Battalion was 
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At 2:00 P. M. from Hill 223 the advance was continued by squad rushes. "D" 
company had covered 200 meters in this manner when a hot machine gun fire from 
off the left flank and in front of our neighboring unit opened up and the enemy 
launched a strong counter-attack from the north and west under a terrific machine 
gun barrage. "D" Company and a part of "B" Company stubbornly resisted, and 
after an hour the counter-attack broke down. The enemy, however, kept up its ma- 
chine gun fire until dark. The companies then consolidated their positions for the 
night. During the consolidation and for some time later, these companies were un- 
der shell and machine gun fire from the west, north and northeast, which rendered 
their position most difficult to hold. While this counter attack was being made a 
heavy barrage was put down between the river and Les Granges Woods, being placed 
no doubt in order to prevent the bringing up of any supporting troops. 

When visibility grew poor at the approach of night, "A" and "C" companies, 
which had remained in the ditches during the day, were withdrawn to a position a 
little to the south, and reorganized, and held there in readiness. Just at dark, a heavy 
rain set in and severe shelling opened up on our front line and along the line of 
the Battalion's advance. Information was received at the Regimental P. C. that the 
enemy was preparing to counter-attack, and, by the Brigade, that our front line 
Battalion and Regimental Headquarters had been cut off. The rest of the 1st and 
2nd Battalions prepared to come to their support. La Forge however was still in 
our possession, and "A" Company, the One Pounder and Trench Mortar Platoons, 
and the balance of the Machine Gun Company of the Regiment were brought for- 
ward to La Forge. Our lines were not counter-attacked again that night, and our 
front line at all times held Hill 223. During the evening a detachment of Engineers 
reported to the Regimental Commander and were assigned some work in bridging the 
Aire. The Regimental P. C. moved forward to Chatel Chehery and during the early 
hours of the oth, three platoons of the Machine Gun Company, One Pounder and 
Trench Mortar platoons crossed the Aire River and took up positions in the vicinity 
of Hill 223 and Chatel Chehery. During the night "A" and "C" Companies were 
both moved forward to Chatel Chehery. 

At 1:15 on the morning of the 8th the Battalion and Company Commanders of 
the 2nd Battalion were ordered to the Regimental P. C. and were given detailed in- 
structions to execute a passage of the lines and continue the advance to the Corps 
objective. The Battalion moved out at 2:00 and advanced across the river and in- 
tervening valley to Hill 223 and the ground immediately north of that point. During 
this preparatory advance, the enemy artillery registered a direct hit on the only 
bridge across the river and it was necessary to ford the badly swollen stream. In 
spite of this hardship and numerous casualties due to the heavy shelling, the troops 
executed the passage of the lines in good order and were in position ready to ad- 
vance at the zero hour, which was 6:00 o'clock. From right to left in the front line 
were "E" Company under Capt. (then First Lieutenant) Hopper and "G" Company 
under Major (then Captain) Danforth. The support companies were from right 
to left, "F" Company commanded by Capt. (then First Lieutenant) Cox (Capt. 
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The orders called for a concerted attack by the 327th Infantry on the right, 
328th Infantry in the center and the 110th Infantry on the left, all driving west to 
the corps objective, preceded by a heavy barrage. The barrage failed to materialize, 
as did the attack of the 110th Infantry, but at zero hour our 2nd Battalion moved 
out with our Machine Gun Company firing a barrage from Hill 223. The One 
Pounder Platoon was also doing effective work from this position. The advance 
continued with slight resistance for about 700 meters, but then met with withering 
machine gun fire from the front and both flanks. It developed that the original as- 
signment of sectors left a gap of a kilometer between the 327th and 328th, so that 
our attack was launched with both flanks exposed. The advance continued, however, 
in spite of these most adverse conditions until 11:30, when it was utterly impossible 
to proceed further without flank protection. 

The remaining elements of one of the support platoons of "G" Company, seven- 
teen men in all, were sent around the left rear to silence the enemy guns on the left 
flank and two platoons of "F" Company were ordered to attack on the right of "E" 
Company and cover that flank. The patrol to the left flank met with great success, 
accomplishing its mission and returning, under command of Corporal Alvin C. 
York, with 132 prisoners, in spite of the fact that seven of their number were killed 
and two seriously wounded. This has been spoken of as one of the outstanding ac- 
complishments of the war. On the right flank, however, the terrain could not be 
covered even in time of peace without the aid of scaling ladders and the attack was 
foredoomed to failure. 

The left flank was thus enabled to advance some further, but their heavy cas- 
ualties had so decimated the ranks that the resistance met stopped them again, short 
of the objective. Lieutenant Kirby P. Stewart, leading one of the assault platoons 
of "G" Company was killed while advancing with his men after he had been severely 
wounded and the losses all along the line were very heavy. As further progress was 
impossible under conditions, it was arranged to have two companies of the 327th 
attack in the gap between their sector and ours and two platoons of "H" Company 
were sent forward to reinforce our left flank. The attack was renewed at 3:30 P. M. 
and the objective reached at 5:00 P. M., the position being consolidated for the 
night. The day's operations resulted in the capture of three officers, 274 men, four 
field pieces, two heavy mortars, four anti-tank guns and 130 heavy machine guns, 
besides quantities of material. During these operations. Lieutenants Winston, Har- 
wick and Meehan were severely wounded. 

During the night of the 8th "A" Company was moved up from the village to 
the support of "E" and "H" and shortly after dark "C" Company moved forward 
and took up a position in support of "I" and "M" Companies of the 327th Infantry, 
which were attacking the ridge to our north. At about 4 o'clock on the morning of 
the 9th, "A" Company was withdrawn from its position of support, to Chatel Che- 
hery, preparatory to the attack on Cornay Ridge at 8 o'clock on the 9th. Under 
cover of a heavy fog, the Regiment attacked due nordi; "A" Company was on the 
right with two platoons of "C" Company to its left, with "E" and "F" Companies 
further to the west. "H" and "D" Companies were held in support of "E" and "F" 
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of "C" Company remained in Chatel Chehery in reserve. "A" and "C" Companies 
on the right advanced under cover of the heavy fog until the steep side of the ridge 
prevented further progress. At this moment the enemy opened fire. In the struggle 
that followed, Lieutenant Orville M. Coston of Company "A" and several men of 
his platoon were killed. Artillery fire was requested and the line drew back a short 
distance from the position which was to be shelled. Our artillery at 12:15 opened 
up and continued for nearly an hour with good effect. "A" and "C" Companies held 
their positions all day, although immediately under the guns of the enemy. Later 
on the two platoons of "C" Company which had been held in reserve, relieved "D" 
Company, and during the night, the platoons of "C" Company toward the right 
were withdrawn, leaving "A" Company holding the right flank of the Regimental 
sector. 

"E" and "F" Companies advanced through a valley that had been saturated with 
phosgene gas and made a determined attack on the steep ridge in front of them, but 
on account of the heavy casualties suffered during the preceding engagements were 
unable to hold the ground they gained. They were ordered to retire to their original 
positions and a check of the 2nd Battalion made shortly thereafter revealed the fact 
that there were only 88 effectives left in the organization. 

On the morning of the 8th our Third Battalion was ordered to support an at- 
tack of the 327th on Cornay Ridge and early that morning set out to report to the 
Headquarters on Hill 180. It was necessary for them to cross the Aire River after 
daybreak and they suffered heavily from the ensuing shelling. "I" and "K" Com- 
panies were sent forward in attack at 7:00 A. M. and , Companies "L" and "M" ad- 
vanced to reinforce the firing line in the afternoon. The attack on Cornay was hotly 
contested, but by nightfall we had taken several buildings on the outskirts of the 
town, the Germans remaining in possession of the town itself. Several patrols were 
sent into the town during the night, but were unable to hold it, due to heavy artillery 
fire and the fact that every approach to the village was enfiladed by machine guns. 
We sustained many casualties on these patrols, but succeeded in capturing 135 
prisoners and several machine guns. 

On the morning of October 9th the enemy counter-attacked the positions in and 
around Cornay and under cover of the dense fog succeeded in cutting the town com- 
pletely off. The American troops present took refuge in a few buildings on the edge 
of town, but this position soon became untenable and to save loss of additional lives, 
the Commander, an officer of the 327th, decided to surrender. All the officers and 
all but six of the men from the 328th who were present succeeded in escaping and 
making their way back to our lines. During the two days action Lieutenant Gold- 
smith was killed and Lieutenants Hood, Teague, Haines, Bell, Shipp, Waller and 
Cobb were wounded. The effective strength of the Battalion was at this time about 
150 men. On the night of the 10th the remainder of the Battalion rejoined the Regi- 
ment at Pylone. 

On the morning of October 10th the 325th Infantry passed over the lines of the 
Regiment, and continued the attack towards the north. The Second Battalion re- 
mained, however, in the position it had occupied the night before, during the bal- 
ance of the day. Since early on the morning of the 7th, the Regiment had been con- 



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tinuously engaged in combat, and had suffered severely from shell and machine gun 
. fire and from gas and had had but little time for rest or food. Notwithstanding the 
terrific strain, the troops had kept up well and had performed their duty with great 
credit. The day of the 10th was the first since the commencement of the attack that 
there had been any opportunity for rest or feeding. On this day, the companies were 
reorganized and fed. Parties went forward and collected our dead and buried them 
in a little graveyard which had been set aside in the village church yard. The battle 
field was policed by a special detail sent out by the respective Battalions, which re- 
covered a great deal of equipment from the dead and seriously wounded. The 
vigorous and constant attacks that the Regiment had laiuiched from the east into the 
flank of the Argonne where the enemy had been holding up the advance of the 77th 
Division through the forest, had been effected by the morning of the 10th and the 
Argonne at that time was practically clear of the enemy. The Regiment had per- 
formed the first two missions assigned as corps missions, viz: reducing the forest by 
flanking from the east and destroying observation and preventing artillery fire from 
the right edge of the forest. It is most significant that at the very place where the 
Regiment had so effectively driven this flanking wedge it had at the first opportunity 
buried its gallant dead. 

Late in the evening of October 10th, orders were received for the Regiment to 
assemble at the cross road near Pylone on the ridge running west of Cornay. The 
Battalion Commanders were called into Regimental headquarters and given routes 
by which this march was to be made, and at 3 o'clock October 11th, the Regiment 
moved. The Third and First Battalions marched through Cornay and then west along 
the ridge while the Second Battalion marched along the Decauville railroad to its 
positions. The Regiment assembled just about daylight. Regimental P. C. was es- 
tablished at the cross roads and the troops dug in and remained under cover during 
the day. The Regiment at this time was brigaded with the 326th Infantry under 
General Cronin. At about 3:00 P. M. orders were received designating the Second 
Battalion as Division Reserve, and shortly afterwards the Battalion moved to the 
vicinity of Fleville, and reported to General Lindsey, 164th Brigadier Commander. 
The Battalion was then sent to bivouac on the ridge northwest of Fleville. 

At dark on October 11th, the Regimental and First Battalion Commanders and 
Operations Officer reconnoitered the front and the First Battalion then moved to a 
position in the Bois Marcq south of the village of Marcq in support of the 326th In- 
fantry. "C" and "D" companies held the Battalion front and "A" gnd "B" were 
placed in the support positions. The Battalion dug in and remained there until noon 
of the 12th, when it reassembled and moved east, following the Regiment to Fleville 
by way of Cornay. 

On the morning of October 12th, orders were received transferring the Regiment 
back to the 164th Brigade and directing that it report to General Lindsey at Fleville. 
During the morning of the 12th, the Third Battalion which had been held at Pylone, 
marched to Fleville. followed in the afternoon by the First Battalion. The Third 
Battalion bivouaced in the woods just east of the Second Battalion while the First 
Battalion went into the woods about 1500 meters east of Fleville, and south of the 
east and west road, where sufficient fox holes, but recently occupied by the Germans, 



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were found to take care of the troops. Here the Regiment was once more assem- 
bled together and remained during the night of the 12th, and day of the 13th. The 
Regimental P. C. was established in Fleville. Positions were under shell fire at all 
times while the presence of enemy planes compelled us to remain under cover of 
the woods during the day time. On the afternoon of the 13th, Lieutenant Colonel 
Wetherill and Battalion Commanders and Company Commanders of the First Bat- 
talion went forward to reconnoiter the position which was to be occupied that night 
preparatory to a general advance to be made on the following morning. This re- 
connoissance was made exceedingly difficult by reason of the presence of enemy 
planes in large numbers, flying at a low altitude, which at this time were directing 
artillery fire. The officers making reconnoissance covered the country up to within 
about 300 meters of Sommerance, where the P. C. of the 327th Infantry was at that 
time established, when darkness rendered further work to the front impossible. The 
officers returned to Fleville and at the Regimental P. C. the orders of the following 
day's operations were gone over by the Regimental Commander. 

Shortly after dark, the Battalions drew their iron rations and ammunition and 
marched by Battalion northward. The roads were heavily shelled and a number of 
casualties were suffered on the way up. Regimental P. C. moved from Fleville to a 
position near the cross roads, about 300 meters south of Sommerance. Shortly after 
midnight on October 14th, the first Battalion reached Sommerance, relieving the for- 
ward Battalion of the 327th Infantry, performed with "C" Company on the right 
and "D" Company on the left while "A" and "B" Companies were in support of 
"C" and "D" respectively. Each company covered a front of 250 meters. Our 
front line was about 500 meters north of the Sommerance-Saint Juvin Road. Two 
platoons of "H" Company were directed to follow as "moppers-up." Our Regi- 
mental boundary line was the same as Divisional only east, running through Som- 
merance, Saint George and Imecourt, and was approximately one kilometer in width. 
Troops occupied fox holes during the early morning, as heavy machine gun fire 
was causing casualties. An artillery officer with two 75's reported to the First Bat- 
talion during the early morning and the guns were placed just north of the road. 
The 328th Machine Gun Company, under command of Lieutenant Edward C. De- 
Saussure, was attached to the Battalion and the guns were promptly put into position. 
The One Pounder and Trench Mortar Platoons were also designated to attack with 
the leading Battalion. The 42nd Division was on our right and the 163rd Brigade 
was on our left. The relief of the leading Battalion of the 327th Infantry was com- 
pleted about two o'clock on the 14th, and the First Battalion was established on the 
Sommerance-Saint Juvin Road about 500 meters west of Sommerance. 

Meanwhile the Second Battalion, which had been relieved from duty as Di- 
vision Reserve, with the Third Battalion, moved to a position along the Saint Juvin- 
Sommerance Road in support of the attacking Battalion. A platoon of "C" Com- 
pany 321st Machine Gun Battalion was attached to the support and the other platoon 
acted with the combat liaison unit between our Regiment and the Regiment on the 
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that in which the Regiment had fought in the Argonne. Here was rolling uplands 
and plains without any vegetation whatsoever, with here and there a deep ravine and 
small patches of trees and undergrowth. 

"H" hour had been set for 8:30. Just before this time Regimental P. C. moved 
up to P. C. of the attacking Battalion, which was in a hole on the south side of the 
Saint Juvin-Sommerance Road. Prior to 8:30 a preliminary barrage was laid down 
by our artillery, and at 8:30 the creeping barrage started forward. The First Bat- 
talion, thinking the Regiment on the right had come up, went forward. The first 
objective was a position running east and west about 500 meters south of the Saint 
Juvin-Saint Georges Road, and our second objective two kilometers beyond. As soon 
as the Infantry arose to the attack, they were met by very heavy artillery, rifle and 
machine gun fire from German trenches about 200 yards to their immediate front, 
while considerable gas was laid down in the vicinity of Sommerance. The machine 
gun fire was particularly severe and considerable casualties were suffered before the 
troops had advanced a hundred meters. Lieutenant J. W. Hatton, who was leading 
the front platoon of "C" Company, had sighted a machine gun nest and was in the 
act of taking a rifle shot at one of the gunners when he was instantly killed. Lieu- 
tenant Leon Folsom and Lieutenant Ira D. Coombs of "D" Company on the left 
were both severely wounded. Both "C" and "D" companies advanced slowly, meet- 
ing machine gun nests on their way and especially in the small patches of woods, 
which were scattered here and there to their front and flank. By working around 
these nests, the guns were finally silenced and gunners killed or captured, about 100 
prisoners being taken. In this way, the leading companies steadily pushed forward 
and pierced the "Kriemhilde Stellung" line. "B" and "A" companies followed in 
support with two platoons of "H" company as "moppers-up" covering their rear. 
When "D" Company had crossed the Saint Juvin-Saint Georges Road, "B" Company 
went forward to the left and filled in the gap between the Regiment and the Regi- 
ment on the left. In this move considerable fire was encountered and Lieutenant 
Royal was severely wounded, but continued to direct his platoon. 

By this time, our line had advanced well beyond the first objective, and was 
making its way through the enemy wire and advancing towards the second ob- 
jective. As the unit on our right had failed to keep up with our lines, our flank was 
open and further progress under these conditions was deemed inadvisable. Shortly 
after the jump off', the First Battalion P. C. moved forward. The Major, in going 
forward was accompanied by Lieutenant DeSaussure of the Machine Gun Company, 
who had been previously wounded but refused to be evacuated. Only a short dis- 
tance had been covered when Lieutenant DeSaussure was instantly killed by a burst- 
ing shell, and the command of the machine gun company passed to Lieutenant 
Robert F. Mitchell. About this time Regimental P. C. moved from the hole on the 
road to a cellar in the western part of Sommerance. About 11 o'clock the Second 
Battalion in support moved forward, following the leading Battalion at 500 meters. 
"G" and "H" Companies led with "E" and "F'" following in support. The Third 
Battalion followed the supporting Battalion at the same distance. The enemy laid 
down a heavy barrage across the lines of the advancing Battalions in order to pre- 
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was a line from the south edge of the Ravine au Pierre due east to a point in front 
where the wire of the Kriemhilde Stellung line crossed the St. Juvin-St. Georges 
Road, then broke back in a southeasterly direction about 800 meters to connect with 
the 42nd Division on our right. As this was only a short distance beyond the 
Kriemhilde Stellung wire, the 2nd Battalion, which had been ordered to take over 
the front line, took up a holding position behind this wire, digging in after dark, 
thereby gaining the added protection of a strong band of wire in front, the First 
Battalion Companies withdrawing after dark to support positions. 

The First and Second Battalion P. C.'s moved forward and occupied together 
a hole at 99.5-86.25. At this time. Lieutenant Robert F. Mitchell of the Machine 
Gun Companv was killed. The strength of both the First and Second Battalions 
had been greatly weakened during the day and the two Battalions were reorganized 
under Major Bovle as an operating battalion with companies retaining their identity. 
The Third Battalion, meanwhile, now reduced to only 90 men, dug in on a position 
one kilometer north of the Saint Juvin-Sommerance Road, where it remained until 
relieved by the 327th Infantry on the night of October 17th. 

During the early morning of October 15th, an order was received that our Regi- 
ment would attack as soon as the 42nd Division came abreast of the leading Bat- 
talion, and at 7:25 a preliminary bombardment would take place, and at 7:30 the 
creeping barrage would move forward. At about 7:00 o'clock the Boche put down 
a heavy barrage of shell and machine gun fire along the Regimental front and at 
7:15 counter-attacked in strength. Our troops met them with fire and at 7:25 our 
own bombardment started, followed in five minutes by the creeping barrage. The 
counter-attack was completely defeated. 

The 166th Infantry on our right did not advance and at 8 o'clock word was 
received that the Germans were off our right in front of the 166th. A strong patrol 
was sent to clear up the situation and shortly afterwards returned with prisoners and 
reported that the balance of the Boche had fled. During the day, the enemy en- 
deavored to drive us out of our positions, which had become a dangerous salient in 
the enemy line. The terrific shell and machine gun fire was kept up nearly all day 
while enemy planes at low altitude flew over our lines and attacked the Infantry. 
Lieutenant Walter L. McArthur moved his One Pounder Platoon up during the day 
and fired at many targets, while our machine gun company did effective work from 
the woods on our right. An artillery observer occupied a hole near the forward 
P. C. and several targets were given to the accompanying guns. Telephone service 
was established but shelling cut the wires many times during the day; however, the 
signal men fearlessly and without delay made good the breakage. It rained inter- 
mittently during that day and at night a steady rain had set in. 

Shortly after dark the companies of the operating Battalion were relieved by a 
Battalion of the 327th Infantry and became reserve for the Brigade. The Battalion 
took up its position along the road to Sommerance and at Sommerance itself. The 
strength of the Battalion had been severely taxed and at this time there were not 
more than one or two officers to a company of twenty to forty men. The making of 
a relief was at all times a dangerous operation by reason of the fact that troops had 
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While in reserve, the troops occupied shell holes along the Saint Juvin-Sommerance 
Road and some of the ruins in Sommerance. We were in this position 24 hours as 
reserve Battalion, and 24 hours as Brigade Support. At this time, what remained 
of the 327th Infantry was placed under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Wetherill. 
In making reliefs by Battalions, the First and Second Battalions of the 328th, 327th 
Infantry, and a combination of the Third Battalion, 328th Infantry and part of the 
327th Infantry were used, each relief occupying the front line for a period of twenty- 
four hours, commencing about 8:00 P. M. 

The Machine Gun Company of the 328th Infantry had followed the Infantry 
forward and aided in its advance. The heavy rain of October 15th and 16th had 
filled up the shell holes occupied by the men. The company was reduced to no of- 
ficers and 27 men and under these conditions at 11 o'clock on October 16th, it was 
relieved and sent back to Apremont for a twenty-four hour rest. While here Lieu- 
tenant Loos was attached to the Company, and the company moved back to Som- 
merance occupying the right flank of the Regimental sector. Shortly afterwards 
Lieutenant Lester Rumble was assigned to the company and took command. 

On the evening of October 17th, the First and Second Battalions moved up to 
the front positions, relieving the Third Battalion and a part of the 327th Infantry. 
During the night an order was received that the Regimental sector had been extended 
a kilometer further to the left. By 5 o'clock on the morning of the 18th, Captain 
Danforth, with "G" Company, had moved to the west and had covered the additional 
sector and connected up with the 163rd Brigade. The enemy planes flew low over 
our lines, directing artillery fire, and during the afternoon a great number of our 
planes came towards our front and several combats took place in mid-air. One 
enemy plane finally burst into flames and shot to the ground, followed by the aviator 
in a parachute. Another plane came down. These men were taken prisoners and 
after being interviewed, were sent to the Brigade P. C. 

The First and Second Battalions occupied the front line positions for twenty- 
four hours on October 20th, October 23rd, October 26th, and October 29th, while 
the Third Battalion occupied the same position on October 19th, October 21st, Octo- 
ber 24th and October 27th. On October 17th Capt. Blandy B. Clarkson, who had 
been commanding the Third Battalion and who had been sick for some time, was 
evacuated and Capt. C. N. Sisson assumed command. During the period the First 
and Second Battalions were occupying the front, companies were disposed from left 
to right as follows: 

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The right of our line was gradually drawn back to connect with the 42nd Di- 
vision, which failed to advance from October 14th to November 1st, and protect our 
own flank. During the balance of the month of October, the Regiment was ordered 
to advance with the 42nd Division as soon as it came abreast, and the organization 
was at all times ready to do so. It was also the Regiment's mission to protect the 
right flank of the 163rd Brigade in any advance that it might make. Strong patrols 
nightly worked well to our front, improving and exploiting our positions, prepara- 
tory to a general advance. Special eff'orts were made towards capturing woods 
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placed on these woods and aided considerably the Infantry in this operation. All 
our efforts, however, were rendered of little value by reason of the exposed right 
flank which allowed the enemy to constantly harass these eff'orts from the east. 
One patrol, led by Lieutenant Francis W. Mason of "A" Company, worked well into 
the woods to the north and drove out several machine guns and obtained valuable 
information. The patrol suff'ered heavily and the leader himself was badly wounded. 
These operations were carried on with difficulty by reason of the presence of the 
enemy planes over our lines. They flew low, attacked our front line with machine 
gun fire and directed enemy artillery fire. 

The Regimental P. C. remained in the cellar at Sommerance, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel Wetherill directed the operations of the Regiment. The Supply Company 
performed its work making numerous trips to the front under most trying circum- 
stances, and Captain Catchings Therrel, who had been with division headquarters for 
some time past, was most energetic in getting extra supplies to Sommerance. The 
Regimental Infirmary was situated a short distance from the Regimental P. C. and 
Capt. Davis W. Goldstein, who had taken the place of Capt. H. A. Freund, who had 
been wounded at Fleville, with his personnel did invaluable work in aiding and com- 
forting the wounded and sick. Chaplain Daniel Smart of our Second Battalion was 
killed shortly after the attack at Sommerance had been made, as was Mr. Barker, a 
Red Cross worker who had done invaluable service with our Regiment. 

The Regiment had been actively engaged night and day since the night of Oc- 
tober 6th. The mental and physical strain had been indeed great and the constant 
rain with resulting mud and shell holes filled with water added greatly to the hard- 
ship of the troops. The men and officers patiently and with good spirits stuck to 
their posts while the wearing-out process continued to take its toll. The runners of 
the various units of the Regiment had bravely and efficiently performed their most 
difficult and dangerous task. 

The return of the Battalions to Brigade Reserve afforded a slight respite. 
Through the efforts of General Lindsey, bathing facilities as if by magic sprung up 
from the shell-wrecked ruins of Sommerance. Here in close proximity to the Regi- 
mental P. C. was a place where the men could be and were "dried out, warmed up, 
fed up, slept, reclothed and re-equipped.'' The Regiment showed its appreciation of 
what its Brigade Commander had done by taking all the cures above mentioned 
without any evil eff'ect. 

On the night of October 29th, Major Boyle was evacuated and Captain Guy C. 
Lewis, of Companv D. assumed command of the 1st Battalion. The Regiment had 
lost a considerable number in the St. Mihiel operations, and on October 6th had a 
total strength of 89 officers and 2,849 men. During the past days it had lost in 
killed, 9 officers and 171 men, and wounded by shell or machine gun fire, 17 officers 
and 722 men. making a total of casualties of 26 officers and 931 men. This is about 
30 per cent, of the Regiment. In addition quite a number had been gassed and 
evacuated by reason of sickness. Toward the end, a few replacements joined the 
Regiment. 

On the night of October 30th-31st. the 82nd Division was relieved by the 80th 
Division, and on this night the Third Battalion withdrew from the front. The First 



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and Second Battalions remained in their positions on the front line and acted as a 
screen while the balance of the 16ith Brigade was being relieved and were particu- 
larly charged with the duty of preventing hostile patrols entering our line or of the 
enemy obtaining information that the relief was in progress. It was about 1 A. M. 
November 1st when the First and Second Battalions started back over the roads, 
which about three weeks before, had seen them go forward in what was to be their 
final fight; a struggle in which the Regiment had driven the Germans back and wore 
them out so that on the following morning, the enemy started on its last retreat. As 
the Battalion marched through Fleville, the guns of many Divisions were roaring 
forth along the entire front a deep and heavy barrage. The guns of all calibres 
rejoicing in their efforts, foretold in tones of thunder the coming of the end. A cur- 
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CHAPTER VII. 

About 4 A. M. November 1st, the Regiment reached an old German rest camp, 
Camp De Bouzon, near Varennes, where hot food and billets were waiting and a 
bath house with hot and cold water was in operation. Here the Regiment remained 
till 4 A. M. November 2nd, at which time they again took up the march, proceeding 
to a French Camp, Florent, in the Argonne near St. Minehould, arriving there about 
2 P. M. the same day. On the morning of November 4th the Regiment embussed at 
Florent and started south to a new area arriving at Maxey Sur Vaise about midnight. 
On November 5th the Second and Third Battalions moved to Montigny and Burey, 
Regimental Headquarters and the First Battalion remaining at Maxey. While there, 
seven day leaves to leave areas were granted to limited numbers; this practice con- 
tinuing from that time on until practically every man in the Regiment had had a 
seven-day leave and a large proportion leaves of three-day duration. Also replace- 
ments began to arrive and regular drill schedules were again taken up. 

On November 10th the Regiment started hiking to another area by easy stages 
arriving in this new area on November 18th, having billeted from one to several 
days in various towns en route. It was on the morning of November 11th while 
passing through Neufchateau that official news of the Armistice was received. Any- 
one who expected wild demonstrations would have been sadly disappointed. How- 
ever, that night at Harreville, where the Regiment billeted for the night, wild en- 
thusiasm was evidenced by the natives and Vin Blanc was everywhere in evidence. 

Our new Area was near Dijon, in the Haute Soane Area, Argilliers being Regi- 
mental Headquarters with the battalions in the nearby towns of Larret, Pierrecourt, 
Frettes, Tornay, Gilley and Genevriers. The companies were about recruited up now 
and a course of intensive training was again started, maneuvers being the main line 
worked on. In January we received orders to prepare for return to America and a 
wave of happiness spread over the Regiment which gradually died down as every 
two weeks our time of departure was again postponed. 

Finally, however, definite orders were received and on February 27th and 28th, 
the Regiment entrained at Champlitte for the Bordeaux area. Although it was a long 
tiresome trip the men were all in high spirits and the American transportation that 
we were lucky enough to draw was much more comfortable than the French "8-40"s." 

Our new area was the country around St. Selve, about 25 miles from Bordeaux 
and was, all told, much more comfortable than any area we had previously occupied. 
The time was devoted to school work, a little drilling and range work, and lots of 
athletics. Battalion, Regimental and Division baseball leagues were organized and 
our Regiment won the hotly contested division championship, the final game being 
the deciding one. In spite of evervthing that could be done the time passed very 
slowly and we all impatiently awaited orders to proceed to the Bordeaux embarka- 
tion camp. 

These orders arrived the latter part of April and the Regiment proceeded by 
marching to the Camp and went through the frantic process of preparing the final 
paperwork and completely "decooterizing," sterilizing and equipping for the trip 
home. 



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The abuve cut shows the formation of a Division of the United States Army during the Great War. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 65 

On May oth Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Company sailed on the 
U. S. S. Sierra, the First and Second Battalions following the next day on the U. S. S. 
Scranton and the Third Battalion, Machine Gun and Supply Companies sailed on 
the 11th on the U. S. S. Ohioan. We landed in New York harbor May 20th to 22nd 
and proceeded to Camp Merritt for demobilization. For some unknown reason 
Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Company were sent to Mills, throwing 
all the Regimental record work necessary at Merritt on the Battalion Headquarters. 

On May 25th the various camp detachments began moving out and by the end 
of the month practically all the men were out of the service. All company property 
and records were consolidated and turned in at Camp Upton. 

Our demobilization was attended with a feeling of considerable regret over 
the separation from our comrades with whom for nearly two years we had daily 
worked, played and lived and with whom we had played a part in the greatest drama 
of the ages. As long as we live and as often as two or more of us meet we shall 
always delight in recounting the glorious deeds of our Regiment, of which we are 
justly proud. 

''Finis La Guerre.'' 



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"AS OTHERS SAW US" 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 

MEMORANDUM NO. 14. 25 January, 1919. 

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS, 

AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 

Office of the Chief of Staff. 

France, 20 January, 1919. 
FROM: Chief of Staff. 
TO: Commanding General, 82nd Division. 
SUBJECT: Operations of the 82nd Div., in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. 

1. Having reference to your letter dated January 12, 1919, to the Commanding 
General, 5th Corps, American E. F., re operations of the 82nd Division in the Meuse- 
Argonne Battle, I am directed by the Commander-in-Chief to inform you that the 
work of your Division was carefully considered in connections with the citation 
Orders. The Commander-in-Chief is thoroughly conversant with the remarkable 
work of the 82nd Division during the period from October 6th to October 31st. 
However, he has decided that no further orders of citation be published by these 
Headquarters. 

2. For your information he desires me to state that if the practice of citing di- 
visions had been continued, the 82nd Division would have been included in orders 
among those divisions which surpassed the uniform excellence of performance ob- 
tained by most of our divisions in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. 

JAMES W. Mc AN DREW. 
The above is published for the information of the command. 

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL DUNCAN: 

GORDON JOHNSTON, 
OFFICIAL: Chief of Staff. 

R. L. BOYD, 
Major, A. G. D., Adjutant. 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 
(CONFIDENTIAL) 18 September, 1918. 

CENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 19 

1. The Commanding General is proud to publish to the Division the following 
coimnunications : 

(a) "Headquarters 1st Army Corps, 

Commanding General, September 12, 1918. 

82nd Division, A. E. F. 
Please convey to all officers and men of your Division my appreciation of the 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 67 

difficult part they had to perform in the highly successful operation of the First 
Corps today. This part they performed to my full satisfaction. 

H. LIGGETT." 

(b) "Waterfall, Sept. 14, 1918. 
Commanding General, 

First Corps, 
No. 104, Sec. G. S. The Commander-in-Chief is pleased to transmit to the com- 
mand the following telegram which he has just received: "My Dear General: The 
First American Army under your command, on this day has won a magnificent vic- 
tory by a maneuver as skillfully prepared as it was valiantly executed. I extend to 
you as well as to the officers and troops under your command my warmest compli- 
ments. Marshal Foch. The Army Commander directs that the foregoing telegram 
be distributed to the forces of your command. 

DRUM." 

(c) "Office of the C. in C, A. E. F., 
Major General Hunter Liggett, Sept. 15, 1918. 

Commanding First Army Corps, France. 
Please accept my sincere congratulations on the successful and important part 
taken by the officers and men of the First Corps in the first offensive of the First 
American Army on September twelfth and thirteenth. The courageous dash and 
vigor of our troops has thrilled our countrymen and evolved the enthusiasm of our 
Allies. Please convey to your command my heartfelt appreciation of their splendid 
work. I am proud of you all. PERSHING." 

2. The Commanding General congratulates the officers and men of the Division 
upon their successful work and the splendid spirit in which it was accomplished. 
The assistance they rendered to our Divisions seriously engaged on the left was most 
important. 

3. This order will be read to all organizations upon its receipt. 

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BURNHAM: 
OFFICIAL: Raymond Sheldon, 

R. L. Boyd, Colonel, General Staff, 

Major, A. G. D., Adjutant. Chief of Staff. 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 
GENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 10 25 February, 1919. 

The following letter from the Commander-in-Chief is a source of gratification to 
the Division Commander as he knows it will be to all the officers and men of the Di- 
vision, and is published for the information of the Command: 
"AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 
OFFICE OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

France, February 19, 1919. 
Major General George B. Duncan, 

Commanding 82nd Division, A. E. F. 
My Dear General Duncan: 

It gives me a great deal of pleasure to extend to you and the officers and men of 



68 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

the 82nd Division my compliments upon their excellent appearance at the inspection 
and review on February 11th near Prauthoy. It was gratifying to see your troops 
in such good physical shape, but still more so to know that the moral tone of all 
ranks is so high. It is hoped that this will continue even after their return to civil 
life. 

Your Division is to be congratulated on its record in France. At the end of 
June, it was placed in a quiet sector of the French Line to release veteran divisions 
for the battle. From the 12th to 16th of September it took part in the first American 
offensive at St. Mihiel, attacking and occupying Norroy and the heights north and 
west of Vandieres. In this operation it advanced 5 kilometers. In the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne Offensive the Division attacked on October 7th and was engaged almost con- 
tinuously for twenty-five days. Attacking across the river Aire it assisted the 28th 
and 77th Divisions to advance, and on October 9th captured Cornay. On October 
16th the strong position of Hill 182 was captured and the towns of St. Juvin and 
Marcq were captured, making a total advance of 12 kilometers. 

The officers and men of your Division may proudly carry home with them the 
gratitude of the allies with whom they fought and the pride of their fellows through- 
out our forces. Sincerely yours, 

JOHN J. PERSHING." 
BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL DUNCAN: 
OFFICIAL: George E. Roosevelt, 

R. L. Boyd, Major, Acting Chief of Staff. 

Major, A. G. D., Adjutant. 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 
CORRECTED COPY. 17 September, 1918. 

GENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 18 

1. The Commanding General is proud to announce to the Division that the 1st 
and 3rd Battalion of the 328th Infantry, Lt. Col. Richard Wetherill commanding, on 
the afternoon of September 15th, advanced 2 kilometers in the face of very heavy 
artillery, rifle and machine gun fire, took and occupied the ridge north of Vandieres 
and, in spite of determined resistance, established themselves on and held the ridge. 
The splendid conduct of these two Battalions furnishes an example the Division will 
strive to follow when upon other fields we shall have again the privilege of facing 
the enemy. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BURNHAM: 

OFFICIAL: Raymond Sheldon, 

R. L. Boyd, Colonel, General Staff, 

Major, A. G. D., Adjutant. Chief of Staff. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 69 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 
GENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 21 22 September, 1918. 

1. The following telegrams have been received and are published for the in- 
formation of all concerned: 

"General John J. Pershing, American Expeditionary Forces, France. Accept my 
warmest congratulations on the brilliant achievements of the army under your com- 
mand. The boys have done what we expected of them and done it in the ways we 
most admire. We are deeply proud of them and of their Chief. Please convey to 
all concerned my grateful and affectionate thanks. Signed Woodrow Wilson." 

"General Pershing, Headquarters American Expeditionary Forces. All ranks of 
the British Armies in France welcome with unbounded admiration and pleasure the 
victory which has attended the initital offensive of the great American Army which 
is under your personal command. I beg you to accept and to convey to all ranks my 
best congratulations and those of all ranks of the British Armies under my command. 
Signed Haig." BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BURNHAM: 

OFFICIAL: Raymond Sheldon, 

R. L. Boyd, Chief of Staff. 

Major, A. G. D., Adjutant. 

HEADQUARTERS 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE. 
GENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 8 4 July, 1918. 

1. The following General Order of the Commanding General of the 32nd French 
Army Corps is republished to the 32nd Division: 

32d Army Corps. "Hq. 32d Army Corps, July 3, 1918. 

GENERAL ORDER NO. 134. 

Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of the French and American Ar- 
mies under my command. 

One hundred and fifty years ago, with a generous hand, a handful of Frenchmen 
crossed the Atlantic to fight side by side with the bold Americans, striving for their 
independence. 

Out of this fight was born a great Republic, the United States of America, the 
hardy children of which have astonished the world by their overflowing activity, 
their vigor, their ingenious inventions, and their great work. 

This great people have lived freely in their liberty. No one has threatened them, 
but when they saw our mother country invaded and ignominiously spoiled by the 
vast hordes of an ambitious Emperor, deprived of scruples, and dominated by a 
proud military caste, knowing only power, they remembered the days which have 
passed. Hearing out the voices of their hearts, they came to our support; bringing 
with them all their resources, their wealth, their institutions, and their blood, for 
the defense of our Motherland, and for the defense of every nation fighting for 
liberty. 

Henceforth, throughout the civilized world, "Independence Day" will be a festi- 
val of liberty, because the great American people shall have assured the liberty of 
the civilized world. 



70 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Today, I am proud to salute your colors, floating beside our well beloved flag. 
Commanding General, 32d Army Corps, 

Signed PASSAGA." 

BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BURNHAM: 
OFFICIAL: R. E. Beebe, 

R. L. Boyd, Lieut. Col., General Staff. 

Major, N. A., Adjutant. Chief of Staff. 

HEADQUARTERS FIRST ARMY, 
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, FRANCE. 
ADVANCE COPY. 8 February, 1919. 

GENERAL ORDERS 
NO. 8 

Pursuant to telegraphic instructions from G. H. Q., the 82nd Division, upon the 
establishment of its Headquarters in the Le Mans Area, is relieved from duty with 
this Army. 

Beginning August 15, 1918, the 82nd Division relieved the 2d Division in the 
Marbache Sector astride the Moselle River. While occupying this sector as a part 
of the I Army Corps, A. E. F., the division was transferred from the command of the 
VIII French Army to that of the First Army, A. E. F., at 4:00 P. M., of August 30, 
1918. 

The 82d Division participated in the following operations of the First Army: 
ST. MIHIEL OPERATION. 
Division held the right of the line from Port-sur-Seille to the Meuse River and at- 
tacked West of that river in conjunction with the 90th Division. The Division cap- 
tured and occupied Norroy and the ridge North and West of Vandieres. 
MEUSE-ARGONNE OPERATION. 
The Division was in Army and Corps Reserve from September 26th to October 
6th. On the night of October 6-7, the Division, less one infantry brigade, entered 
the line on the I Corps front between the 1st and 28th Divisions along the Aire 
River facing Cornay. Early October 7th, the division attacked the Northwest flank 
of the Argonne, capturing Hills 180 and 223, and subsequently the high ground to 
the West, thus materially assisting in the clearing of the Argonne. 

During the period October 10th to 31st, the Division changed direction to the 
North, advanced astride of the Aire River to the general line East of St. Juvin, par- 
ticipated in the general attack of October 14th and several local attacks against 
Champigneulles and the hostile defences East of that town. The Division was re- 
lieved from the front line and passed into I Corps Reserve October 30th and 31st. 

The Army Commander takes this occasion to express his appreciation of the 
services of the 82nd Division while a part of the combat forces of this Army, and 
wishes it God speed upon the final phase of its participation in the activities of the 
American Expeditionary Forces. 

By Command of Lieutenant General Liggett: 
OFFICIAL: H. A. DRUM, 

H. K. LOUGHRY, Chief of Staff. 

Adjutant General. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



FREDERICK PALMER, IN COLLIER'S WEEKLY, 
MARCH 29, 1919 

"If the salient which the 1st made had not been spread, then the 1st had simply 
made a thrust into the lion's jaw. If the salient were sufficiently spread, then the 
lion's jaws were dislocated. As the 28th alone was not equal to that task, the 82d 
Division, under Duncan, a sound, cool soldier trained in the school of the 1st, was 
put in on the 6th as a link between the 1st and the 28th (which it was later to re- 
lieve) with the mission of making a rush worthy of the company it kept across the 
river bottoms, to take some particularly sheer and difficult heights on the Argonne 
Forest side of the valley which commanded the zone of the 1st and impeded ulti- 
mate progress of the 77th in the Forest. The 82d was inexperienced in battle, but 
our command had learned that the National Army divisions never lacked drive, and 
this one, the "all-America" division, seemed to feel that its honor was bound up with 
that of all the draft men in the United States. 

"Having failed to check the thrust of the 1st, the next step for the Germans was to 
try to check this thrust. They did not depend upon machine guns and artillery on 
the ridges alone, but brought both down on to the river bottom to wait for our in- 
fantry as it came upon rising ground. Field guns attached to battalions fired at 
point-blank range. In that case the thing to do was to take the guns; and the 82d 
took them. 

"In places the men could ford the Aire. In other places diey had to build bridges. 
They had six days of repeated charges. Not every charge went home. Some that 
went home did not stick. Twice they took the village of Cornay and twice they had 
to retire in face of counterattacks, but night found them in each instance farther 
advanced. They climbed up the ridge walls around bowlders and through thickets 
to find that the German machine gunners had some unexpected angle of fire that re- 
quired further consideration of the situation. They were gassed and shelled con- 
tinually, of course. Take it for granted that everybody in front was gassed and 
shelled throughout the battle. 

"One battalion of the 82nd lost all but 190 men. In one batch of 300 prisoners 
that the 82d took every man was a machine gunner or an artillerist, and a large per- 
centage of these were veteran noncommissioned officers of a type that usually do not 
bother to surrender while they have a cartridge left. The 82d was in the sector 
twenty-five days. Its casualties were 6,700, including a thousand killed. At one 
time it was down to 4,500 men fit for duty on its morning reports. General Duncan 
established a divisional rest camp for the tired men out of range of the shells, and 
his paternal care and the extraordinary tenacity of the men kept the division going 
at a time when we needed every man we could muster at the front. 

"At the end of the second of those first six days the 82nd had so far cleared the 
road for the 77th that it took a new lease of life in a single bound of eight kilometers 



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through the Argonne Forest. At the end of the sixth day the 82d had reached the 
Kriemhilde Stellung itself, where it got the kind of information from the Germans 
which was a sufficient hint to our army command that the 82d had better pause in 
its eager course of victory. On the other side of Grand Pre, the French Fourth Army 
could now bulge out toward the Bourgogne Forest and the 77th crossed the river and 
entered Grand Pre and Saint-Juvin quite handily. Now, thanks to the gallantry of 
the 82d, all that stretch of river bottom called the Grand Pre gap was ours, while 
ahead there looked down upon us still the final suminits of the whale-back which we 
must attain before we could strike downhill toward the German lines of communi- 
cation. 

''The drive of these two divisions and of the 82d, after the 1st had made the wedge, 
with the taking of the Grand Pre gap, stand out sensationally in their tactical im- 
portance above the ruck of battle which was raging in repeated attacks all the way 
to the Meuse River; and the divisions on our right toward the Meuse, whose equally 
persistent pressure was equally important in the whole plan, suffered as much as 
those on the left, if not more. It Was the viciously brave work of the veteran regular 
3d on its flank, under Major General Beaumont Buck, and later under Brigadier 
General Preston Brown, which permitted the success of the 32d." 



ARTHUR PAGE IN JUNE, 1919, "WORLD'S WORK." 

"On the 28th of September the two wings of the army made progress and on the 
first of October the centre made a small gain. These might be considered the ex- 
ploitation of the gains of the first day's attack. In the meanwhile every one was 
working feverishly to get ready for another general attack on the morning of Octo- 
ber 4th. The 79th and the 37th Divisions which had had the hardest time, were 
replaced by the veteran 32nd and 1st. 

"On the 4th of October came the first general attack all along the line after the 
initial rush. It gained, though not largely, at every point, but particularly it pushed 
forward up the Aire Valley along the eastern edge of the Argonne. The French had, 
in the meanwhile, been pushing up on their side, following the plan of forcing the 
Germans out of the Forest without pushing them out by direct attack. By the night 
of the 4th of October the American line was as far north as Fleville on the flank of 
the Forest of Argonne. But the Germans, although threatened with being cut off, 
as at Montfaucon, stuck to their exposed position and kept their artillery working 
on our exposed flank. To cure this situation the 82nd Division, which had relieved 
the 28th, attacked due west on the morning of the 7th. Wliat they did was one of 
the extraordinary feats of the whole battle. They crossed the Aire River Valley, 
climbed the hills 300 feet high on the other side and by the night of the 8th had 
pushed the Germans off the dominating points. To pass a flat valley under artillery 
and machine gun fire, capture a strongly defended town (Chritel Chehery) get across 
a river and up wooded heights on the other side in the face of machine guns is a 



74 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

matter not to be lightly undertaken. The men of the 82nd can with confidence go 
home and discuss war with the remnants of those who went up Lookout Mountain 
in 1863, and if on the one hand the heights above the Aire are not as high as Look- 
out Mountain, on the other, machine guns are much harder to face than single shot 
rifles. 

"The more the 47 days of the Argonne-Meuse is studied the more grateful the 
American public must become to General Pershing, his staff, and the officers and 
men of the American Army, and the more fixed should become the public resolution 
never again to make an American general take the moral responsibility of facing 
such a task with an army "hurriedly raised and hastily trained" and never again to 
send our citizens into battle in which all the advantages that come from proper train- 
ing are with the enemy. 

"The great decisions of Pershing and his staff to train for open warfare, to push 
the fighting whether ready or not, the ability to make a million men into an army 
that could function without fatal blunders and fight to victory — these things are as 
great in the annals of the nation as the courage of our men, and more remarkable 
for our men have always been courageous but our leadership has not always been 
either good or successful." 



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The above map shows operations of the 328th Infantry from October 14— November 1. 1918. 
north of Sommerance. On October 14 the 1st Battalion pierced the Kreimhilde-Stellung Line: a 
few days later the 2nd Battalion took the Rovin aux Pierres. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



ROSTER OF REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS 

328TH INFANTRY 

AMERICAN E. F., FRANCE 

NOTE. — In publisMng the rosters of the different companies of the Regiment, we have been 
forced to use the rosters as turned into the History Committee by the different Company Clerks or 
Company Commanders. We have checked these lists as carefully as we could, but undoubtedly 
there will be many errors in them. For all such errors we ask your indulgence and in advance 
apologize to any one whose name appears wrong in the i-oster of his company. 

SCOTT CANDLER, 
In charge of publishing this book. 



Julian R. Lindsey, 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Brigadier-General 

Commanding Regiment to May 20, 1918. Assigned to 
Command of 164tli Infantry Brigade May 20, 1918. Pro- 
moted from Colonel, rank from April, 1918. 



Hunter B. Nelson, 

Atlanta, Georgia. 



Richard Wetherill, 

Lanham, Maryland. 



Colonels 

Attached to and commanding Regiment June 13. 1918. 
From attached to assigned June 26, 1918. Relieved from 
assigned September 16, 1918. 

Assigned to Regiment August 13, 1918. In command 
of Regiment September 16. 1918. Appointed Colonel 
November 8, 1918. ( Placed in tactical command of Sec- 
ond and Third Battalions September 13, 1918.) 



Thomas L. Brewer, 



Mortimer Boyle, 

New York, N. Y. 



Frank F. Jewett, 



Lieutenant- Colonels 

Assigned to Regiment July 27. 1918. Left August 2. 
1918, for return to United States. 

.\ppointed Major from Captain September 18, 1918. 
-Appointed Lieutenant-Colonel from Major November 11, 
1918. Transferred to England for University Course Feb- 
ruary 24, 1919. Cited in General Orders No. 1, 1919. 
Headquarters 82nd Division, for bravery in action. 

Commanding Regiment May 20th, 1918, to June 13, 
1918. Sent back to United States August 2, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Lieutenant-Colonel from Major after leaving Regi- 
ment. 



Trammell Scott, 

Atlanta, Georgia. 



Majors 

Regimental Adjutant to July 2. 1918. Acting Brigade 
Adjutant July 4. 1918. to August 25. 1918. Transferred 
from 328th Infantry to 164th Infantry Brigade August 25, 
1918. Appointed Major from Captain after leaving Regi- 



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Adone D. Tomasello, 

Bagdad, Florida. 



Catchings Therrel, 

Atlanta, Georgia. 



Jackson H. Barnett, 

Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

David E. Smith, 

Charleston, Missouri. 



Regimental Adjutant July 3, 1918, to July 14, 1918. 
Regimental Operations Officer from August 12, 1918. to 
November 15, 1918. Appointed Major from Captain, 
rank from November 11. 1918. and assigned to 1st Bat- 
talion. 

Regimental Supply Officer to August 30, 1918. Special 
Duty as Division Quartermaster August 30, 1918, to Jan- 
uary 27, 1919. Regimental Supply Officer January 29. 
1919, to February 24, 1919. Transferred to England for 
University Course February 24, 1919. Appointed Major 
from Captain after leaving Regiment. 

Regimental Surgeon to September 15, 1918. 



Regimental Surgeon 



December 20, 1918. 



DuNCiVN M. Draughn, 

Hattiesburg, Mississippi. 

Harold H. Freund, 

New York, N. Y. 

Paul P. Goold, 

New York, N. Y. 

William F. Enneking, 

Nashville, Tennessee. 



William K. Merritt, 

Tuskegee, Alabama. 



Theodore B. Fay, 

Washington, D. C. 

John G. Roberts. 

Ball Ground, Georgia. 



Captains 

Acting Regimental Surgeon from November 15, 1918, 
to December 19, 1918. 

Acting Regimental Surgeon from September 16, 1918, 
to October 11, 1918. Wounded in action October 10, 1918, 
at Pylone, north of Chatel-Chehery. 

Personnel Officer to July 14, 1918. Regimental Adju- 
tant July 15, 1918, to September 18, 1918. Sent back to 
United States October 1, 1918. 

Personnel Officer September 18, 1918. to September 28. 
1918. Regimental Adjutant September 28, 1918, to No- 
vember 28, 1918. Operations Officer since November 28. 
1918. Cited in General Orders No. 1. 1919, Headquarters 
82nd Division, for bravery in action, .\ppointed Captain 
from 1st Lieutenant October 17, 1918. 

Regimental Intelligence Officer June 1, 1918. to October 
8, 1918. Wounded in action October 8. 1918. at La 
Forge. Appointed Captain from 1st Lieutenant Novem- 
ber 11, 1918. Returned from Hospital December 27, 1918, 
and appointed Regimental Intelligence Officer. From Regi- 
mental Intelligence Officer to Regimental Adjutant March 
4, 1919. 

Personnel Adjutant since September 28, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Captain from 1st Lieutenant November 11. 1918. 

Regimental Operations Officer November 15. 1918, to 
November 28. 1918. Regimental .Adjutant November 28. 
1918, to February 24, 1919. Transferred to England for 
University Course February- 24. 1919. .Appointed Captain 
from 1st Lieutenant November 11. 1918. Cited in General 
Orders No. 1, 1919. Headc|uarters 82nd Division, for brav- 
erv in action. 



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William E. Shackelford, 
Decatur, Alabama. 



William Gunn, 



Acting Supply Officer from November 3. 1918. to Jan- 
uary 29. 1919. Appointed 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieu- 
tenant November 11, 1918. Appointed Captain from 1st 
Lieutenant February 28, 1919. Regimental Supply Officer 
since February 25, 1919. 

Regimental Supply Officer from September 1. 1918, to 
November 3, 1918. Appointed Captain from 1st Lieuten- 
ant October 11, 1918. 



Alfred G. Eritzland, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota. 



August F. Gearhard, 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 



FiBST Lteutenants 

Personnel Officer July 14, 1918, to September 18. 1918. 
Regimental Adjutant September 18. 1918. to September 
28, 1918. Transferred to General Headquarters. Septem- 
ber 28, 1918. 

Regimental Chaplain September 19, 1918. Dropped sick 
in Hospital October 23. 1918. Returned to Regiment from 
sick in Hospital December 12. 1918. and announced as 
Regimental Chaplain. Was awarded Distinguished Service 
Cross. 



Regimental Seegeant-Majors 



David B. Thornton, 

New York, N. Y. 



Benjamin P. Swoyer, 



Herman F. Precht, 

Savannah, Ga. 



Regimental Sergeant-Major. Transferred to First Re- 
placement Depot, March 5, 1919, for duty with Chief 
Food Commission. 

Transferred as Private to Headquarters Company Jan- 
uary 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private February 
1, 1918. .Appointed Regimental Sergeant-Major from Cor- 
poral June 6. 1918. 



Duty at Regimental Headquarters September 1, 1918. 
Transferred as Corporal to Headquarters Company Octo- 
ber 3. 1918. Appointed Regimental-Sergeant Major from 
Corporal March 10, 1919. 



Battalion Seegeant-Majoes 



Luther L. Scales. 

West Point, Ga. 



Edward J. Schneider, 

Turner's Fall, Mass. 



Charles E. Laird, 

Holyoke, Ma 



Battalion Sergeant Major. First Battalion. Graduate of 
-■Vrmy Candidates School. Transferred to First Replace- 
ment Depot March 12, 1919. for duty as Student at A. E. 
F. I'niversity. Beaune. 

Battalion Sergeant-Major. Third Battalion. Appointed 
Battalion Sergeant-Major from Corporal June 6. 1918. 
Admitted to S. 0. S. Hospital October 14, 1918. Wounded 
in action. 

Battalion Sergeant-Major, Second Battalion. Appointed 
Battalion Sergeant-Major from Private September 15, 
1918. 



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TOKUTARO N. SlOCUM, 

Minot, N. Dakota. 



Battalion Sergeant-Major, Third Battalion. Transferred 
as Sergeant to Headquarters Company February 15, 1919. 
Appointed Battalion Sergeant-Major from Sergeant Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 



Marvin E. Eagle, 

Pulaski, Tenn. 



William J. Culkin, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Edward F. Akin, 

Danbury, Conn. 



Clifton H. Hamill, 



Color Sergeants 



Regimental Color Sergeant, 
didates'' School July 24, 1918. 



Transferred to Army Can- 
Received Commission. 



Assigned to Headquarters Company November 11, 1917. 
Appointed Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal January 15. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Color Sergeant from Sergeant April 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company March 23, 1918. 
Appointed Sergeant from Private April 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Color Sergeant from Sergeant August 20, 1918. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company September 4, 1917. 
Appointed Sergeant from Private October 20, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Color Sergeant from Sergeant November 15, 1918. 



Nathaniel M. Bordner, 

Hazelton, Pa. 



Raymond J. Bush, 

Readine, Pa. 



Angelo H. Scarpa, 

Derby, Conn. 



Sergeants 

Transferred as Private First Class to Headquarters 
Company January 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate First Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal June 6, 1918. 

Transferred as Private to Headquarters Company Jan- 
uary 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private February 
1. 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal June 6, 1918. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company November 9, 1917. 
Appointed Private First Class from Private December 15, 
1917. Appointed Sergeant from Private First Class Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 



H.AROLD W. KuH, 

New York, N. Y. 



Everett B. Hogan, 

Montezuma, Ga. 



Harry D. Ludwig, 

Reading, Pa. 



Thomas J. Whatley, Jr., 
Dothan. Ala. 



Corporals 

Transferred as Private to Headquarters Company Jan- 
uary 1, 1918. Duty at Regimental Headquarters February 
22, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private April 24, 
1918. 

Duty at Regimental Headquarters August 2, 1918. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company October 3, 1918. 

Transferred as Private to Headquarters Company De- 
cember 26, 1917. Duty at Regimental Headquarters Feb- 
ruary 24, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private Sep- 
tember 1, 1918. 

Duty at Regimental Headquarters July 23, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to Headquarters Company December 18, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



ROSTER OF MEDICAL DETACHMENT 

Majoes Medical Corps 



Jackson H. Barnett, 
601 Duncan Ave. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

David E. Smith, 

Charleston, Mo. 



Assigned to Regiment as Regimental Surgeon April 
3, 1918. Relieved from duty with Regiment and assigned 
to IV Army Corps September 17, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant February 7, 1917. Com- 
missioned Major August 3, 1918. Assigned to Regiment 
as Regimental Surgeon December 17. 1918. 



Captains Medical Corps 



Harold H. Freund, 
311 W. 81st St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Duncan M. Draughn, 
907 River Ave. 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 



Davis W. Goldstein, 

Fort Smith, Ark. 



John J. Bendick, 

Olyphant, Penn. 

Milton A. Wiese, 
2110 S. Clifton Park Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 



Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant June 8, 1917; as Cap- 
tain May 3, 1918. Regimental Surgeon November 15, 1917, 
to April 3, 1918. Surgeon 3rd Battalion May 16, 1918, to 
September 16, 1918. Regimental Surgeon September 17, 
1918, to October 12, 1918. Wounded near Chatel-Chehery 
October 12, 1918. Returned to U. S. A. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant June 28, 1917; as Cap 
tain May 3. 1918. Assigned to Regiment September, 1917 
Surgeon 2nd Battalion May 16, 1918, to September 17 
1918. Transferred to 325th Infantry September 18, 1918 
Rejoined Regiment November 13, 1918. Regimental Sur 
geon November 13, 1918, to December 18. 1918. Surgeon 
2nd Battalion. 

Assigned to Regiment September 18, 1918. Surgeon 2nd 
Battalion till October 12, 1918. Regimental Surgeon from 
October 12, 1918, to November 13, 1918. Transferred to 
325th Infantry. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant June 20, 1917; Captain 
February 28. 1919. Assigned to Regiment August, 1918. 
Surgeon 3rd Battalion. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant July 5, 1917; Captain May 
9. 1918. Assigned to Regiment October 24, 1918. Sur- 
geon 1st Battalion. 



Captains Dental Corps 



Samuel B. Ginsburg, 

Washington, D. C. 

Clatus L. Cope, 

Rising Sun, Ind. 



Assigned to Regiment October, 1917. 
1st Battalion. 



Dental Surgeon 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 4, 1917; Captain 
February 5, 1919. Assigned to Regiment February, 1919. 
Dental Surgeon 1st Battalion. 



First Lieutenants Medical Corps 



Frank L Buckner, 

Campbellsviile, 



Assigned to organization September, 1917. Surgeon Ist 
Battalion. Returned to U. S. A. October, 1918. 



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Henry C. Bailiff, 

Garden Valley, Tex. 

Edward B. Jones, 

Jacksonville, Texas. 

Paul Lowenstein, 



Lloyd R. Mace, 
Harold V. Raycroft, 

Leo E. Reiman, 



James E. Weatherford, 

Henderson villa, Ky. 



Commissioned August 18. 1917. Assigned to Regiment 
October 24, 1918. Junior Surgeon 3rd Battalion. 

Commissioned March 18, 1918. Assigned to organiza- 
tion April 13, 1918. Junior Surgeon 1st Battalion. 

Assigned to Regiment August, 1918. Junior Surgeon 
3rd Battalion. Evacuated from Norroy to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital. 

Assigned to Regiment September, 1918. Evacuated 
from La Forge to S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Assigned to Regiment April, 1918. Surgeon 1st Bat- 
talion. Transferred to 321st Machine Gun Battalion Sep- 
tember, 1918. 

Assigned to Regiment April. 1918. Junior Surgeon 3rd 
Battalion. Transferred to 307 Sanitary Train September. 
1918. 

Commissioned June 30. 1917. Assigned to Regiment 
September. 1918. Junior Surgeon 2nd Battalion. 



Privates First Class Medical Corps 



George E. Fussell, 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 



Junius F. Emerson, 

Baltimore, Md. 



Harold Sigurdson. 
3815 16th Ave., S. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Louis Sheinfine, 

New York, N. Y. 

Harry T. Schmidt, 
3700 Federal St. 

Camden, N. J. 

Grover C. Siems, 

Wantagh, N. Y. 

John Sebeckl 

178 Freeman St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William H. Stuebinger, 



Walter K. Tongelson, 
980 52nd St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Commissioned August 5. 1917. Assigned to Regiment 
April, 1918. Dental Surgeon 3r 



Assigned to Regiment October. 1918. Dental Surgeon 
2nd Battalion. Evacuated to S. O. S. Hospital January. 
1919. Returned to U. S. A. 

Joined Detachment April 8. 1918. Duty with 2nd Bat- 
talion. 



Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Appointed P. F. 
C. February 15. 1918. Duty with 3rd Battalion. 



Joined Detachment August 1, 1918. Duty 

iattalion. 



Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Appointed P. 
F. C. February 15. 1918. Duty with 3rd Battalion. 

Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment April 20. 1918. Duty with 3rd Bat- 
talion. 

Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Appointed P. F. 
C. February 15. 1918. Duty with 1st Battalion. Wounded 
near La Forge October 10, 1918. Evacuated to S. 0. S. 
Hospital. Rejoined Detachment October 14, 1918. 



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James B. Townsend, 

Troy, Ala. 



Lester Trainer, 

East Liverpool, Ohio. 

Charles H. Van Etten, 

Briggsville, Mass. 

DeWitt J. Watson, 
518 Randolph St., 

Eufaula, Ala. 

Jacob Weber, 

127 Jefferson St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Otis L. Woods, 

Petersburg, Tenn. 

John H. Woolley, 

1701 Bryant Ave., N., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Joined Detachment April 14, 1918. Duty with 1st Bat- 
talion. Awarded D. S. C. for heroism in Saint Mihiel 
Offensive per General Orders No. 3t, Headquarters 82nd 
Division, November 17, 1918. 

Joined Detachment August 26, 1917. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. Wounded near La Forge October 10, 1918. 
Returned to U. S. A. 

Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment April 24, 1918. Duty with 3rd Bat- 
tallion. 



Joined Detachment September 18, 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment April 8, 1918. Duty with 3rd Bat- 
talion. 



Sergeants First Class 

AncUS L. Payne, Joined Detachment August 26, 1917. Promoted to P. 

Rural Hall, N. C. F. C. September 26. 1917. Promoted to Sergeant Decem- 

ber 5, 1917. Promoted to Sergeant 1st Class February 12, 
1918. Duty with Regimental Headquarters. 



Sidney S. Goldstein, 
107 East 112 St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Morris J. Liberman, 
2207 Jefferson Ave. 

Richmond, Va. 

Ralph W. Rhodes, 

176 Front St., 

Hempstead, N. Y. 

George W. Skelly, 

Calhoun, Ga. 



Sergeants 

Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Promoted to Ser- 
geant January 26, 1918. Mess Sergeant until April 1, 
1918. Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital September 19, 1918. 
Rejoined Detachment December 17, 1918. Duty with 2nd 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment August 26, 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. September 26, 1917. Promoted to Sergeant Feb- 
ruary 12, 1918. Duty with 1st Battalion. 

Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. March 6, 1918. Promoted to Sergeant August 15, 
1918. Duty with 3rd Battalion. 

Joined Detachment December 1, 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. January 10, 1918. Promoted to Sergeant August 
15, 1918. Duty with Regimental Headquarters. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



Eugene 0. Ahearn, 

Brooklyn, N. 



Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Duty with 1st 
Battalion to October 10, 1918. Evacuated from Chatel- 
Chehery to S. O. S. Hospital. 



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Fisher F. Ames, 

Louisville, N. Y. 

Thomas P. Appelby, 
881 Grand Ave., 

New Haven. Conn. 

Samuel Arlie, 

79 Cedar St., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Richard L. Bateman, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Frank J. Bierne, 



Joined Detachment April 1, 1918. Promoted to P. F. C. 
February 15, 1919. Duty with 1st Battalion. 



Joined Detachment December 2. 1918. 
Battalion. 



Duty with 2nd 



3 Barnes St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



William J. Benz, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WiLLLVM BlUMENTHAL. 

311 Hewes St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Leonard Borstel, 

177 Norrel St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 

Carl Buntin, 

Brundidge, Ala. 

Arthur Carbone, 

Wards Island, N. Y. 

Howard Cheney, 



Attillie Dipreta, 

Stamford, Conn. 

Anthony Donnarume, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Henry A. Ebert, 

90 Cedar St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John M. Figel, 

Luseing, Penn. 

James L. Gavie, 

339 East 113 St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Detachment December 2. 1918. Duty with Sec- 
nd Battalion. 



Joined Detachment January 12, 1918. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15, 1918. Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital 
from Fleville October 18. 1918. Duty with 3rd Battalion. 

Joined Detachment August 1, 1918. Duty with 2nd 
Battalion. Died at Mobile Hospital No. 12 October 12. 
1918, result of wounds received in action near La Forge 
October 10, 1918. 

Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15, 1918. Duty with 2nd Battalion. 
Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital October 8. 1918. 

Joined Detachment March 12, 1918. Promoted to P. 

F. C. February 15, 1919. Duty with 2nd Battalion. Cited 

for gallantry in action per General Orders No. 1. Head- 
quarters 82nd Division January 13, 1919. 

Joined Detachment March 15, 1918. Dental Assistant 
to Dental Surgeon 2nd Battalion from March 15, 1918, to 
February 15, 1919. Promoted to P. F. C. July 15. 1918. 
Duty with 2nd Battalion. 

Joined Detachment April 1. 1918. Duty with 1st Bat- 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment July 15, 1918. Duty with 3rd Bat- 
talion. Wounded near LaForge October 9. 1918. Re- 
turned to U. S. A. 

Joined Detachment December 2. 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. Killed in action near LaForge October 10, 
1918. 

Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15, 1919. Duty with Regimental Head- 
quarters. 

Joined Detachment March 12, 1918. Duty with 2nd 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment September 15, 1918. Duty with 2nd 
Battalion. 



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Archie Hart, 

36 Brayton St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ellwood Hastings, 

Georgetown, Del. 

Andrew Harlow, 



Oran a. Kelly, 

Springfield, Mo. 

Ralph R. Kelly, 

Springfield, Mo. 

Elmer A. Kestler. 



Roy D. Kitcham, 

Ariton, Ala. 

Oscar L. Knudson, 
3123 Elliot Ave S., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Frank J. Krug, 

Floral Park, N. Y. 



Ameede Lavigne, 

145 West St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Samuel H. Lerner, 
311 Hudson St.. 

Hoboken, N. J. 



Joined Detachment August 1, 1918. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment August 1, 1918. Duty with 1st Bat- 
talion. 

Joined Detachment January 25, 1918. Injured October 
10, 1918. Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital; returned to U. 
S. A. 

Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 

Joined Detachment February 13. 1919. Duty with 3rd 
Briltalion. 

Joined Detachment April 10, 1918. Dental Assistant to 
Dental Surgeon 3rd Battalion. Returned to U. S. A. sick 
August. 1918. 

Joined Detachment April 1, 1918. Duly with 2nd Bat- 
talion. 

Joined Detachment April 8. 1918. Promoted to P. F. 
C. February 15, 1919. Duty with 2nd Battalion. 



Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. Wounded in Meuse-Argonne offensive on Octo- 
ber 7, 1918. Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Joined Detachment January 24. 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15. 1918. Wounded near Norroy in Saint 
Mihiel offensive September 15, 1918. Duty with 2nd Bat- 
talion. 



Anthony Lombardi, 
480 East 180 St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John J. McCann, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Joe E. McManus, 

Wedowee, Ala. 

Louis Mikel, 

New York, N. Y. 

Gustavus a. Monteau, 
106 Forrest Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Joined Detachment January 25, 1918. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15, 1919. Duty with Regimental Head- 
quarters. 

Joined Detachment January 25, 1918. Promoted to P. 
F. C. March 6, 1918. Duty with 2nd Battalion. 

Joined Detachment April 1. 1918. Duty with 1st Bat- 
talion. 

Joined Detachment October 31. 1917. Promoted to 
P. F. C. January 10, 1918. Duty with 1st Battalion. 
Evacuated to S. O. S. Hospital October 8. 1918. 

Joined Detachment April 10. 1918. Dental Assistant to 
Dental Surgeon 1st Battalion. 



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Theodore Noble, 

405 1-2 15th St., 

Sacramento, Cal. 

Connie Money, 

Ramer, Ala. 

Charles Montalblatt, 
386 Grand St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Walter H. Perry, 

Wedowee, Ala. 

Solomon Perlin, 



Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 2nd 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment .\pril 1, 1918. Duty with 2nd Bat- 
talion. 

Joined Detachment October 7. 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment April 1, 1918. Duty with 1st 



Joined Detachment January 25, 1918. Duty with 3rd 
Battalion. Wounded at Sommerance October 18. 1918. 
Returned to U. S. A. 



Caleb K. Pruitt, 

Salem, Ala. 

SeRAFINO A. PiSANI, 

376 Montallo St., 

Brockton, Mass. 

Leonardo Principato, 



Joined Detachment April 2. 1918. Duty with 1st Bat- 
talion. 



Joined Detachment December 15, 1918. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment December 15, 1917. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. Evacuated to S. 0. S. Hospital from Fleville 
October 20, 1918. 



Harry T. Ray, 

Harrison, Ark. 

Charles Schlafmitz, 
12 Vernon Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edmund S. Scott, 

'. Pittoburg. Pa. 

Mi{>.c^aya.F^lls. hf.y. 



Joined Detachment December 2, 1918. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment October 31, 1917. Duty with 1st 
Battalion. 



Joined Detachment August 26, 1917. Promoted to P. 
F. C. February 15. 1918. Duty with 2nd Battalion. Died 

of disease November 27, 1918. 



ROSTER OF SUPPLY COMPANY, 328TH INFANTRY 



Catchings Therrel, 

Atlanta, Ga 



Captains 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Regimental 
Supply Officer to August 30. 1918. Special duty with 
82nd Division Quartermaster August 30, 1918. Para- 
graph 2, Special Order 98. Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision. August 30. 1918. Relieved from special duty and 
returned to Regiment for duty per Paragraph 9. Special 
Order 27. Headquarters 82nd Division. January 29. 1919. 
Regimental Supply Officer per General Order 5, Paragraph 
1. January 29. 1919. Transferred to American rest camp. 
Winchester. England, for duty as student at English Uni- 
versity, Paragraph 8. Special Order 55. Headquarters 82nd 
Division, February 24, 1919. 



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William GunN, Assigned to Supply Company, Paragraph 3, Regimental 

U. S. Army. Special Order 114, September 1, 1918, Commanding Com- 

pany. Promoted to Captain Infantry U. S. A. with rank 
October 11, 1918, per Special Order 284, Paragraph 6, 
G. H. Q., A. E. F., October 11, 1918. Relieved from As- 
signment to Supply Company and assigned Command 
Company B, 328th Infantry, November 18, 1918. 

William E. Shackelford, Relieved from assignment to Company D, 328th Infantry, 

Decatur, Ala. and assigned to Supply Company, per Paragraph 4, Regi- 

mental Special Order 114, September 1, 1918. Promoted 
1st Lieutenant Infantry U. S. A. (temporary) rank from 
November 11, 1918, per Paragraph 20, Special Order 315, 
G. H. Q., A. E. F., November 11, 1918. Acting Regi- 
mental Supply Officer November 18, 1918, to January 29, 
1919. Appointed Captain Infantry U. S. A. Appointed 
Regimental Supply Officer per Regimental General Order 
No. 6, Paragraph 2, March 4, 1919. 

First Lieutenants 

Lewis E. HiNSHAW, Assigned to duty with Company from original beginning. 

U. S. Army. Returned to U. S. Special Order No. 159, Headquarters 

82nd Division, Paragraph 2, July 20, 1918. 

Frank Rogers, Assigned to Supply Company for duty from Company D, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 328th Infantry. Appointed Munitions Officer June 24, 

1918, per Paragraph No. 2, Regimental Special Order No. 
82. Relieved from Assignment with Division and from 
further duty with A. E. F. Transferred to U. S. per Para- 
graph No. 1. Special Order No. 180, Headquarters 82nd 
Division, August 10, 1918. 

Walter M. Little, Assigned to Supply Company from Company E, 328th 

Forsyth, Ga. Infantry. On special duty with 3rd Battalion as Trans- 

port Officer June 21, 1918. Special duty as Regimental 
Munitions Officer August 10, 1918. 

Wounded in action October 8, 1918. Promoted to 1st 
Lieutenant Infantry U. S. A. rank from October 13, 1918, 
Paragraph No. 40, Special Order No. 286, G. H. Q., A. E. 
F., October 13, 1918. Died in hospital. 

Ira D. Coombs, Relieved from assignment with D Company, assigned 

McRae, Ga. to Supply Company, per Regimental Special Order De- 

cember 19, 1918. On Detached Service for course of 
instruction in care of animals at 1st Corps School Jan- 
uary 1, 1919. Returned to duty with Company January 
16, 1919. 

Second Lieutenants 

Claud BauCOM, Assigned to Supply Company per Paragraph No. 2, 

Spokane, Wash. Regimental Special Order No. 131. October 20. 1918. 

Regimental Munitions Officer December 7. 1918. 



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AciE G. Ellington, 

Thomaston, Ga. 



Assigned to Supply Company per Paragraph No. I. 
Regimental Special Order No. 145, November 25, 1918. On 
Detached Service for Course of Instruction in Care of 
Animals at 1st Corps School January' 18, 1919. Returned 
to duty with Company January' 26, 1919. 



Begimental Supply Sergeants 



Marvin E. Carroll, 

Rossville, Ga. 



Harold P. Hayden, 

Canton, N. Y. 



Leonard E. Moore. 

Mansfield, Ga. 



Charles 0. Smith, 

Statesboro, Ga. 

William G. White, 

Jackson, Tenn. 



Joined Supply Company September 4. 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant per Regimental Special Order October 20. 1917. 
Appointed Mess Sergeant per Order No. 1 October 20. 
1917. Appointed Regimental Supply Sergeant per Regi- 
mental Special Order No. 148 December 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company September 22. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 20. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
March 1, 1918. Appointed Regimental Supply Sergeant 
August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company September 4. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20, 1917. Appointed Regimental Supply 
Sergeant October 20, 1917. Sick in Hospital and returned 
to U. S. 

Joined Company September 6. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20, 1917. Appointed Regimental Supply 
Sergeant October 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company September 6, 1917. Appointed 
Regimental Supply Sergeant October 20, 1917. 



James H. Whitehead, 

Tate, Tenn. 

Hugh M. Willums, 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 



First Sergeants 

Joined Supply Company September 6, 1917. Appointed 
1st Sergeant October 20. 1917. Returned to U. S. August 
27, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company September 6, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant October 20, 1917. Appointed 1st Sergeant Au- 
gust 27, 1918. 



Louis Padowitz, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Supply Company October 24, 1917. Appointed 
Cook November 1. 1917. Appointed Sergeant December 
1, 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant February 15, 1919. 



Frank H. Duld. 

Allentown, Pa. 



Supply Sergeant 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal November 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant March 
1. 1918. Appointed Supply Sergeant March 15, 1918. 



S.\muel Duld. 

Allentown, Pa. 



Stable Sergeant 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant November 20. 1917. Appointed Stable Sergeant 
November 20. 1917. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



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Henry S. Boyd, 

Manheim. Pa. 



Caleb C. Coffin, 

Boston, Mass. 



Henry B. Haymen, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Otto Schweable, 

Stratford. Conn. 



Floyd R. Scidmore, 

Grafton, North Dakota. 



Ceylon 0. Styles, 

Canton, N. Y. 



Sergeants 

Joined Supply Company October 19. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant March 1, 1938. 

Joined Supply Company October 25. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner. Appointed Sergeant. Transferred to M. P. 
Company No. 243 December 21, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 26. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant March 1. 1918. Transferred to 2nd Battalion 328th 
Infantry. 

Joined Supply Company October 26. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class March 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
June 6, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 20, 1918. Appointed 
Private 1st Class January 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 14. 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 10, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 26, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal June 
6, 1918. Appointed Sergeant September 11, 1918. 



John Barnable, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Clarence C. Batdorf, 

Maple Plain, Minn. 

Elbridge B. Bates, 

Santuit, Mass. 

Lloyd D. Buell, 

Croff, North Dakota. 

John P. Cooney, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

George Foreman. Jr.. 

Hershey, Pa. 

Fred Thigpen, 

Georgiana, Ala. 



COEPOEALS 

Joined Supply Company August 18, 1918. Transferred 
to Division Headquarters Troop November 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 20, 1918. Appointed 
Private 1st Class March 1, 1918. Appointed Wagoner 
May 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal September 11, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company .\pril 20, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal November 1, 
1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 27, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 7. 1918. .\ppointed 
Wagoner March 20, 1918. Appointed Corporal August 1, 
1918. 



Morris Bass, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mechanics 



Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic February 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



August© Christoferi, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Silvio Demelio, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Elmer Wannerstrom, 

Portland, Conn. 



Raoul Beaudoin, 

ManviUe, R. I. 

Alfred J. Christenson, 

Painsville, Minn. 

Henry Kirby, 

Gardner, Mass. 

JoHNiE Parsons, 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Herman P. Strobel, 

Trumbull, Conn. 



Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company October 28, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic February 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic March 1, 1918. 

HOESESHOEKS 

Joined Supply Company October 27, 1917. Appointed 
Horseshoer May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed 
Horseshoer August 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 28, 1917. Appointed 
Horseshoer February 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 23, 1918. Appointed 
Horseshoer May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Horseshoer February 1, 1918. 



Francis E. Weeks, 

Beverly, Mass. 



Ralph E. Clark, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

John P. Harvey, 

Larsville, Pa. 

Elmer H. Miller, 

Danville, 111. 

Allen Myers, 

Schuyler Falls, N. Y. 

Frank Pazel, 

Wayniart, Pa. 

Albert Thomas, 

Bradyville, Tenn. 

James N. Walker, 

Geneva, Neb. 



Thomas F. Ward, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Saddlers 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed 
Saddler July 1, 1918. 

Cooks 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 20, 1917. Appointed Cook 
March 5, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20. 1917. Appointed 
Cook November 1, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company September 3, 1918. Appointed 
Cook September 4, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 30, 1918. Appointed 
Cook September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 20, 1918. Appointed Cook 
May 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 9. 1918. Appointed 
Cook March 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 30, 1918. Appointed Cook 
November 19, 1918. Awarded D. S. C. for extraordinary 
heroism in action at Norroy, France, September 15, 1918, 
per Paragraph No. 1, G. 0. 48, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, December 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 15, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to Company E, 328th Infantry. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Jodie Allen, 

Monroe, Ga. 

John A. Baughman, 

Felton, Pa. 

Edward Baumgard, Jr., 

Brewster, Minn. 

John J. Blair, 

New York City, N. Y. 

John Blummert, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

Charles H. Bohrer, 

Hallday, North Dakota. 

David P. Brothers. 

Watervilet, N. Y. 

J. P. Brown, 

Camp Hill, Ala. 

William A. Burkett, 

Fremont, Ohio. 

William Bussee, 

Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

Grant H. Cooudge, 

Ellenburg, N. Y. 

Rocco Costello, 

Long Island City, N. Y. 

Willie 0. Craft, 

Jacksonville, Ala. 

George M. Curtis, 

McKomb, Ohio. 

William Dawley, 

Talcville, N. Y. 

William Duffield, 

Purdy, Iowa. 

Charley Englebert, 

Attalla, Ala. 

Ralph D. Flynt, 

Sharon, Ga. 

William Forrest, 

Johnston, R. I. 

John D. Gaines, 

Ripley, Tenn. 



Wagonebs 

Joined Supply Company April 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 12, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 18, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 30, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner. 

Joined Supply Company October 25. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 30. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner May 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 7. 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June .30. 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15. 1917. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. .Appointed 
Wagoner May 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 29. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 18. 1918. .Appointed 
Wagoner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company July 20. 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner August 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. .Appoint- 
ed Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. .\ppointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company .April 18. 1918. .Appointed 
Wagoner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1. 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William Gibson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

George Giles, 

Lauriun, Mich. 

William E. Gissendanner, 
Pinckard, Ala. 

Thomas Halpin, 

Summersville, Conn. 



Enoch J. Harlin, 

Roanoke, Ala. 

Joseph Hartung, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dock M. Hries, 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Wendell C. Haynes, 

Brownsville, Tenn. 

John R. Ivester, 

Hollywood, Ga. 

John Jacobson, 

Florenton, Minn. 

Axel C. Johnson, 

Herman, Minn. 



Sylvester Johnson. 

Katyville, N. Y. 



Dawson C. Jones, 

Saxton, Bedford, Pa. 

Walter F. Keally, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Walter Keneally, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Russell W. Kissell, 

Ligonier, Pa. 

Frederick M. Lain, 

Joelton, Tenn. 

Samuel V. Lapine, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Allen H. Leckrone, 

Pleasureville, Pa. 

Edw.4rd B. Long, 

Garland. Ala. 



Joined Supply Company December 14. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 22, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 23, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company September 5, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1918. Transferred 1st Replace- 
ment Depot. 

Joined Supply Company March 6. 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 18, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. Appointed 
\^'agoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 23, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January' 23, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 28, 1918. Transferred to Hospital. 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 30, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 28, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner February 15, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 1, 1917. 

Died June 15, 1918, at St. Blimont, France. (D-fl) 

Joined Supply Company July 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner May 1," 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 



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91 



Antonio Magliocco, 
Port Richmond, S. I., N. Y. 

George F. Mahoney, 

Beverly, Mass. 

William Maier, 

New York City, N. Y. 

John A. Martin, 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Wesley Martinneau, 

Schuyler Falls, N. Y. 

Peter Mathurin, Jr., 

Charlton, Mass. 

Harry Meltzer, 

New York City, N. Y. 

James C. Mitchell, 

Lineville, Ala. 

Harry G. Moore, 

Summerset, Pa. 

Graham R. Moore, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Joel D. Moore, 

Petersburg, Tenn. 

Earl Morgan, 

Williamsburg, Ohio. 

Joseph Mundorff, 

New York City, N. Y. 

William Murphey, 

Eufaula, Ala. 

Kerney Mynatt, 

Fountain City, Tenn. 

Michael McGillicddy, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

Michael Nirgak, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Henry F. Gates, 

Inkerman, W. Va. 

Robert S. Parmer, 

Fort Deposit, Ala. 

Thomas F. Penn, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fay 0. Peters, 

Edwards, N. Y. 



Joined Supply Company October 30, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 26, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 23, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 7, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company February 28, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. Appointed 
January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company July 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 2, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company April 15, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 28, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company June 1, 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner November 9, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company April 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner May 28. 1918. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



John V. Peterson, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Conley Philips, 

Telford, Tenn. 

Robert H. Reed, 

Lindale, Ga. 

Eli a. Rhode, 

Cly York County, Pa. 

Webster M. Rushton, 

Luverne, Ala. 

Ottis E. Sanders, 

Painesville, Ohio. 

Leon R. T. Scoville, 

East Plymouth, Conn. 

George M. Shaffer, 

Akron, Ohio. 

James B. Sharpe, 

Lisbon, N. Y. 

PiNKNEY L. Shaw, 

Redfoot, Tenn. 

Claud L. Sheats, 

Winder, Ga. 

John H. Sheets, 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

MuNzio Simoni, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Edwin Spangler, 

Lewisburg, Pa. 

Frederick A. Steinberg, 

Henderson, Minn. 

John J. Stinson, 

Georgiana, Ala. 

EviRiTT S. H. Talbot, 

Adams, Mass. 

Daniel E. Tallon, 

Beakmantown, N. Y. 

Warren W. Tanner, 

Axson, Ga. 

Henry Thiesfield, 

Glencoe, Minn. 

Robert Thomas, 

Colton, N. Y. 



Joined Supply Company November 17, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company July 18, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner January 15, 1919. 



Appointed 
Appointed Wag- 



Joined Supply Company December 14, 1917. 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company July 18, 1918. 
oner September 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner July 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner July 24, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company Marcii 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner August 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 26, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 7, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner February 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 23, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner April 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 28, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 



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93 



Andrew Thompson, 

Springfield, Mass. 

WiLXIAM TiMMERMAN, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Albert M. Turner, 

Anniston, Ala. 

EvERiTT B. Walker, 

Gwynedd Valley, Pa. 

Edgar E. Wiggens, 

Bowden, Ga. 

Lemert a. Wilbur, 

North Dartmouth, Mass. 

Richard H. Yancy, 

McKenzie, Ala. 

Edgar L. Iverson, 

Wedowee, Ala. 



Joined Supply Company December 14. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 6. 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner December 15, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company April 18. 1918. Appointed Wag- 
oner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 6, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10, 1917. Appointed 
Wagoner November 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Wagoner June 15, 1918. Transferred to Military Police 
Company December 17, 1918. 



Peia'ates AND Privates Fibst Class 

Joseph Amsterdam, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Hugh L. Allen, 

Huntingdon, Tenn. 



Charles E. Bates, 

Fairhaven, Mass. 

Clarence E. Beckwith, 

Waterford, Conn. 

George W. Brady, 

Newell, Ala. 

Peter M. Brady, 

Newell, Ala. 

John C. Brooks, 

McKenzie, Ala. 

John Bueltel, 

Taunton, Minn. 

Alfred Caron, 

Baltic, Conn. 

Thomas M. Castelano, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Cobleigh, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Andrew J. Davis, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Joined Supply Company March 7, 1918. 
Joined Supply Company December 13. 1918. 
Joined Supply Company November 5. 1917. 



Joined Supply Company November 5, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 5. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 28. 1917. Transferred 
July 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 6. 1917. 

Joined Supply Company November 5, 1917. Trans- 
ferred July 15. 1918. 



94 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. 



James L. Dodd, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Alex K. Don, 

St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Charley Elridge, 

New York. 

James R. Fadden, 

St. Regis Falls, N. Y. 

Robert L. Fergerson, 

Roanoke, Ala. 

George W. Goodwin, 

Georgiana, Ala. 

Bernard F. Grada, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Thomas Griffen, 

Helena, Ala. 

Edward G. Heilsburg, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William C. Hickey, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Chatten Hogan, 

Peytonsburg, Ky. 

Roy R. Inzer, 

Eden, Ala. 

Joe Holmes, 

Carrollton, Ga. 

Joseph John, 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Otis L. Jones, 

Lonoke, Ark. 

Jacob Kline, 

Enhaut, Pa. 

Carmen J. Logodice, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Tony Leonardo, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles J. Lesperance, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Patrick J. Lynch, 

Mattapan, Boston, Mass. 

Emanuel Luccivero, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Supply Company November 1. 1917. Transferred 
to Camp Hospital. South Hampton, May 17, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class March 15, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. 



Joined Supply Company March 1. 1918. Transferred 
July 15. 1918. 



Joined Supply Company March 1, 1918. Transferred 
July 15, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 19, 1917. 



Joined Supply Company April 1. 1918. Transferred to 
E Company January 10, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. 



Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Appointed 
Private 1st Class May 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Transferred to 
Company G June 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Transferred 
to 1st Replacement Depot. 

Joined Supply Company March 6, 1918. Transferred 
to Company M December 22, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 25, 1917. Transferred 
to Company L June 5, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 30, 1919. Appointed 
Private 1st Class February 1, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company October 19. 1917. Transferred 
to Company F May 25, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19, 1917. 



Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 6. 1917. Dropped 
from Company November 10, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company June 25, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. Trans- 
ferred to Company D December 20. 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Sylvester Maxwell, 

Cohoes, N. Y. 

Robert T. Modena, 

Decherd, Tenn. 

Joseph T. McCarthy, 

Derby, Conn. 

Wallace N. McClelland, 
Akron, Ohio. 

Howard L. McGee, 

Florence. Texas. 

Michael McGoldrick, 

New York City, N. Y. 

William McGowan, 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Edward O'Donnel, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Reuben A. Olin, 

Deep River, Conn. 

Frank P. Patigano, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Shellie J. Pool. 

Wedowee, Ala. 

Alfred A. Prairie, 

Berkley, Mass. 

Albo Prosperi, 

Farno, Italy. 

Julie E. Rauschke, 

Danube, Minn. 

Samuel Reynolds, 

Glennwood, Ga. 

Robert A. Rodgers, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Charlie Royal, 

Fort Deposit, Ala. 

Arthur M. Sampier, 

Parisville, N. Y. 



Harrison D. Saylors, 

Ashland, Neb. 

Edgar P. Shannon, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



Joined Supply Company October 20. 1917. Transferred 
June 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company August 31. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 5. 1917. Trans- 
ferred to Company A December 22, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company July 18. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company January 30, 1919. 

Joined Supply Company October 28, 1917. Transferred 
June 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company June 26, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 20, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company November 8. 1917. 

Joined Supply Company June 25. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1. 1918. Died at Ameri- 
can Rest Camp, England. 

Joined Supply Company November 5, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company November 4, 1917. Transferred 
to Brigade Headquarters Troop June 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company .April 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 13. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company October 19. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class January 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Transferred to 
1st Replacement Depot. 

Joined Supply Company November 1. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 15, 1917. Transferred to Quar- 
termaster Finance Department March 25. 1919. 

Joined Supply Company March 6. 1918. Transferred to 
Hospital August 10, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. Trans- 
ferred to Company K June 15. 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Lawrence D. Schultz, 

Sleepy Eye, Minn. 

Kenneth P. Soper, 

Saranac, N. Y. 

James J. Spataro, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Royal C. Smith, 

Lynn, Mass. 

Val J. Stafford, 

Oakland, Tenn. 

Frank Sternisha, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Jasper Summa, 

Boston, Mass. 

Christopher Vatsois, 

Savannah, Ga. 

John H. Vosseler, 

Utica, N. Y. 

Lester E. Wheeler, 

Meriden, Conn. 

George W. Webster, 

Middlebury, Conn. 

James H. White, 

Kesseville. N. Y. 

William Wilson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry A. Winkel, 

Long Island City, N. Y. 



Joined Supply Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10, 1917. 

Joined Supply Company June 3. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class August 1. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company December 13, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company July 20, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company March 22, 1919. Appointed 
Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company .Aipril 18, 1918. 



Joined Supply Company November 1. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class January 1, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 1. 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class March 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 5. 1917. Transferred 
June 15, 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 4. 1917. Trans- 
ferred to hospital. 

Joined Supply Company November 28. 1917. Trans- 
ferred June 15. 1918. 

Joined Supply Company November 10. 1917. 



ROSTER OF THE ORDNANCE DETACHMENT ATTACH- 
ED TO SUPPLY COMPANY 328TH INFANTRY 

Sergeant 

Arthur F. PabsT, Attached to Supply Company November 10, 1917. Ap- 

New York City, N. Y. pointed Ordnance Sergeant December 5, 1917. 



DoMiNiCK E. Caronbaro, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Corporal 

Attached to Supply Company October 25. 1917. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class December 29. 1917. .\ppointed 
Corporal August 2, 1918. 



CosEMO Careado, 

Boston, Mass. 



Privates and Privates First Class 

Attached to Supply Company November 11, 1917. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Alessandro Cipriano, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Peter Keane, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Frank Levine, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Philip Mandracchia, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Attached to Supply Company November 6, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class August 2, 1918. 

Attached to Supply Company November 5, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 307 Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop. 

Attached to Supply Company October 28, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 307th Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop. 

Attached to Supply Company October 28, 1917. 



EOSTER OF HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 328TH 
INFANTRY 



Adone D. Tomasello, 

Bagdad, Fla. 



E. C. B. Danforth, Jr., 

Augusta, Ga. 



Herbert DuNoyer Jones, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



L. McArthur, 

Slocum, Ala. 



Major 

Commissioned Captain Infantry, Rifle Company, August 
15, 1917, Changes: (1). From duty commanding Head- 
quarters Company to Special Duty as Regimental Adjutant, 
July 2, 1918. (2). From Special Duty as Regimental Ad- 
jutant to assigned command July 14, 1918. Relieved from 
assigned Headquarters Company and appointed Regimental 
Operations and Intelligence Officer August 12, 1918. 

Captains 

Commissioned Captain Infantry Rifle Company August 
15, 1917. Relieved from assignment to Company G, 328th 
Regiment, and assigned to Command of Headquarters 
Company per Paragraph 3, R. S. 0. 139, November 15, 
1918. 

Commissioned Captain August 15. 1917. From duty as 
Area Commandant to Duty Commander Headquarters 
Company August 24, 1918. Relieved from Command of 
Headquarters Company October 11, 1918, and appointed 
Regimental Gas Officer same date. Assigned to command 
of Headquarters Company October 31, 1918. Relieved 
from assigned to Headquarters and attached for duty No- 
vember 15, 1918. Assigned command Company D of Regi- 
ment March 5, 1919. 

FiKST Lieutenants 

Entered Service May 12, 1917. Commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant August 15, 1917. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant 
February, 1918. Transferred from Company I to Head- 
quarters Company July 18, 1918, per Paragraph 3, S. O. 
No. 76. Was assigned to command of Headquarters Com- 
pany in August per Paragraph 6, R. S. O. 104, S. D. 
From duty commanding Headquarters Company to duty 
Paragraph 15, R. S. O. No. 107, August 17. 1918. As- 
signed to command of Headquarters Company October 11, 
1918, until November 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Ernest H. Gibson, 

Humboldt, Tenn. 



Thomas M. Fowler, 

Chester, S. C. 



James Edmonds MacQuinn, 
Salem, Mass. 



LovicK P. Lingo, 

Milledgeville, Ga. 



William Gunn, 

Portland, Oregon. 



Jacob Doll, 



Accepted for 1st Reserve Officers" Training Camp, Fort 
Ogletliorpe, Ga., May 11, 1917. Commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant August 15, 1917. Reported to Camp Jackson for 
duty August 29, 1917. Assigned to 31st Division .\ugust 
31, 1917, and attached to 101st Infantry on September 3. 

1917. Assigned to National Guard in April, 1918, as 2nd 
Lieutenant. Promoted 1st Lieutenant U. S. Army August 
1, 1918. Arrived in France August 15, 1918. Assigned to 
49th Infantry October 27, 1918. Assigned to 82nd Di- 
vision October 31, 1918. Reported to 328th Infantry No- 
vember 9, 1918. and assigned to Headquarters Company. 
Later relieved from assigned to attached. 

Entered Training Camp August 27, 1917. Commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant November 27, 1917. Reported to duty 
82nd Division December 15, 1917, and assigned to Head- 
quarters Company 328th Regiment, and was put in com- 
mand of Trench Mortar Platoon. Commissioned 1st Lieu- 
tenant November 18, 1918, rank dating August 17, 1918. 

Commissioned November 27, 1917. Reported to Camp 
Gordon December 15, 1917. Assigned to 5th Company. 
157th Depot Brigade. Assigned to 328th Infantry March, 

1918, as Liaison Officer and took command of 2nd Platoon 
at Horcellaines, France, when Lieutenant Doll became 
Aide to General Lindsey. One of the two officers to re- 
main with the company since the time of departure for 
France. 

Entered service May 11, 1917, at Fort McPherson. As- 
signed to 7th Provisional Regiment, 4th Company. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917, Officers' Re- 
serve Corps. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 11. 
1918. -Assigned to 328th Infantry, Company I, April 7, 
1918. Wounded by shrapnel and gassed near Comay. 
France, October 9, 1918. Evacuated to hospital October 
18, 1918. Awarded D. S. C. for extraordinary heroism in 
action at Comay, France, October 10, 1918. 

Joined Regiment and was assigned to Headquarters 
Company about October 15, 1918. Came overseas with 
Headquarters Company and was in command of mounted 
platoon. Was in command Headquarters Company about 
August 20, 1918, until September 5, 1918, at which time 
he was relieved and assigned in command of Supply Com- 
pany. Later commissioned Captain. Appointed from Ser- 
geant 11th Cavalry to 2nd Lieutenant July, 1917. Ap- 
pointed 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Appointed Cap- 
tain October, 1918. 

Joined Regiment and was assigned Headquarters Com- 
pany about April 1, 1918, and came overseas with the 
Division. Was in command of the Signal Platoon until 
relieved at Horcellaines, France, about June 15, 1918, at 
which time he was assigned as Aide to General Lindsey. 



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Was assigned to Headquarters Company 328th Infantry, 
Athens, Ga. Camp Gordon, Ga., on or about March. 1918. Came over- 

seas with Company and was in command of Pioneer Plat- 
oon until relieved about the 15th of July at Raulicourt, 
France, and returned to U. S. as instructor. 



Abram E. Posner. 



Joined Regiment and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany at Camp Gordon, Ga., about April 1. 1918. Came 
overseas with the Company. Was in command of 1 
Pounder Platoon until August 1, 1918, at Raulicourt, 
France, at which time he was relieved and returned to the 
U. S., reporting to U. S., Camp Kearney, Cal. 



Eegime>s^tal Seegeant-Majoes 



David B. Thornton, 

New York, N. Y. 



Benton P. Swoyer, 

Reading, Pa. 



Herman F. Precht, 

Savannah, Ga. 



Enlisted October 10, 1917. Assigned to Battery D, 304th 
Artillery, Camp Upton, October 14, 1917. Transferred to 
82nd Division. Camp Gordon, October 26, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Battalion Sergeant-Major from Private R. S. 0. 
No. 7. Paragraph 3. January 1, 1918. Appointed Regi- 
mental Major from Battalion Sergeant-Major R. S. 0. 
181. Paragraph 3. February 1, 1918, and transferred to 
1st Replacement Depot March 15, 1919. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private C. O. No. 6 December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class. R. S. 0., Feb- 
ruary 1, 1918. Appointed Regimental Sergeant-Major 
from Corporal R. S. 0. 71, June 6, 1918. 

Enlisted April 11. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate per R. S. 0. 63, May 1, 1918. Appointed Regimental 
Sergeant-Major from Corporal R. S. 0. No. 49, Paragraph 
5, March 10, 1919. 



Battalion Seegeant-M 



AJOBS 



Luther L. Scales, 

West Point, Ga. 



Charles E. Laird, 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Tokature N. Slocum, 
135 S. Main St., 

Minot, N. Dakota. 



Enlisted September 8. 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private R. S. 0. 18, February 1, 1918. Appointed Bat- 
talion Sergeant-Major from Sergeant R. S. 0. 48, x\pril 
8. 1918. Attended Officers' Training School. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Battalion Sergeant- 
Major from Private R. S. 0. 24, September IS, 1918. 

Enlisted February 18, 1918. Reported same date to 
Battery B, 338th Field Artillery at Camp Dodge, Iowa, 
February 21, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp 
Gordon, Ga., April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private R. S. 0. No. 129, October 1, 1918. Appointed 
Battalion Sergeant-Major from Sergeant R. S. 0. No. 3. 
Februarv 15, 1919. 



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Edward J. Schneider, 



Earl F. Camp, 

Chickamauga Park, Tenn. 



Henry B. Heyman, 

New York, N. Y. 



Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private R. S. O. No. 18, February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Battalion Sergeant-Major from Corporal, R. S. O. No. 71, 
June 6, 1918. Wounded about October 16, 1918, near 
Pylon, France, and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Battalion 
Sergeant-Major from Private R. S. 0. 23, October 20, 
1917. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, per Paragraph 
73, S. O. 182, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant 
July 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 12, 1917. Relieved from assignment 
to 82nd Division, R. S. 0. No. 192, Paragraph 2, August 
24, 1918. Returned to U. S. as instructor. 



Leopold A. Yost, 

Rock Falls, Iowa. 



Band Leader 

Enlisted June 13, 1914. Appointed Drum Major No- 
vember 26, 1914. Appointed 1st Sergeant from Drum 
Major July 27, 1916. Appointed Assistant Band Leadfr 
from 1st Sergeant July 1, 1917. Appointed Band Leader 
from Assistant Band Leader, R. S. 0. No. 7, September 
20, 1917. 



Assistant Band Leader 

VlTO GenOVA, Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Musician 1st Class 

Duquesne, Pa. from Private, per O. 13, June 6, 1918. Appointed Ser- 

geant band section, per R. S. 0. 129, October 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Assistant Band Leader, R. S. 0. 139, November 
15, 1918. 



Edward P. Sherman, 

Massachusetts. 



Sergeants (Band) 



Enlisted October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private Band Section, per R. S. O. 36, November 19, 1917. 
Appointed Sergeant from Corporal, per S. 0. No. 51, De- 
cember 15, 1917. Appointed Assistant Band Leader from 
Sergeant January 15, 1918, per R. S. 0. 10. Reduced to 
Private from Assistant Band Leader and appointed Ser- 
geant from Private, per Paragraph 6, R. S. O. 139. No- 
vember 15, 1918. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



Abram E. Alho, 

Fitchburs 



Mass. 



Charles Allen, 

Cliffside, N. J. 



Enlisted September 18, 1917. Assigned to 4th Company, 
4th Battalion. 76th Division. Camp Devens. Transferred 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, January, 1919. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Assigned to Battery B, 
308th Field Artillery, Camp Dix, N. J. Transferred to 
Camp Gordon November 11, 1917. Assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment, January. 1919. 



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GUIDI GA2Z0LA, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Peter Szabol, 

Sherman, Conn. 



RUEL G. JUVINALL, 



Henry L. Smart, 
PlattsburgkfJ.Y. 

James C. Smith, 

Colondonia, Miss. 

LUDWIG SOBILO, 



Evers S. Speilman, 

Gloversville, N. Y. 



Thomas F. Tebeaut, 
" Moultrie, Ga. 



Walter Cummings, 



Enlisted October 4, 1917. Assigned to 50th Company, 
154th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston. Transferred to 
Headquarters Battalion, G. H. Q., A. E. F., France, Feb- 
ruary 21, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment, November, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. Wounded 
in action September 15, 1918, near Vandieres, France. 

Enlisted September 4, 1917. Evacuated to hospital Jan- 
uary 10, 1919. Transferred out of Company to Camp Hos- 
pital No. 10. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Killed in action by shrapnel 
at Vandieres, France, September 15, 1918. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, about November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Wounded in action Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, at Vandieres, France, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. No. 51, December 15, 1917. Reduced 
to Private from Corporal, R. S. 0. No. 18, February 7, 
1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order 
No. 12, July 15, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany 328th Regiment. Later transferred to L Company 
of Regiment, and was killed in action about 18th October. 
1918, near Chatel-Chehery. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. On Special Duty with l&lth 
Brigade Headquarters and was wounded during the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive in October, 1918. 



Jesse F. Rhodes, 

Perry, 



First Sergeants 

Enlisted August 9, 1914. Transferred from 361st In- 
fantry, from Camp Dodge, Iowa, to 82nd Division, per 
Order 34, March 30, 1918. Effective April 1, 1918. Head- 
quarters, 88th Division, Camp Dodge, Iowa. Assigned to 
Regimental V. O. C. G., Headquarters 82nd Division, April 
7, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private, per R. S. 0. 
99, Paragraph 1, September 10, 1914. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal, per warrant No. 27, August 1, 1916. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant from Sergeant September 14, 1917, 
per Order No. 1. Transferred as Private to 82nd Division 
April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private, per R. 
S. 0. No. 58, April 24. 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant from 
Corporal August, 1918. 



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John DeValcourt, 

New Iberia, La. 



Enlisted July 6, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Pri- 
vate 1st Class, R. S. 0. 26, 1917. Transferred from 17th 
Infantry to 82nd Division September 5, 1917. Appointed 
1st Sergeant from Sergeant April 15, 1918. per Order No. 
12, April 24, 1918. Attended the' 3rd Officers" Training 
School at Camp Gordon, S. 0. No. 2, Paragraph 8. Trans- 
ferred to C. G., Depot Division as 1st Sergeant. 1st Army 
Corps, A. E. F., per Paragraph 10, S. 0. 63, Headquarters 
82nd Division, July 24, 1917. Later commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant. 



Martin E. Eagle, 



William J. Culkin, 

Buffalo. N. Y. 



Edward F. Akin, 

Danbury, Conn. 



Clifford H. Hamil, 

Brooklyn, Ky. 



CoLOK Sergeants 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Transferred from Head- 
quarters Troop and joined Company, per V. O. C. O.. 
January 31, 1918. .Appointed Color Sergeant from Pri- 
vate, per R. S. 0. No. 38. March 15, 1918. Transferred as 
Color Sergeant to C. G. Depot Division, 1st Army Corps. 
A. E. F., Paragraph 10. S. O. 163, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, July 24, 1918. 

Enlisted July 28. 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Cor- 
poral R. S. 0. No. 10, January 15. 1918. Appointed Color 
.Sergeant from Sergeant April 23, 1918. R. S. 0. 57. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal, R. S. 0. 47, April 1, 1918. Appointed Color 
Sergeant from Sergeant August 20, 1918, R. S. 0. No. 110. 

Enlisted February 5, .1915. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision September 4. 1917. in grade of Corporal and ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal R. S. 0. 106, July 3. 1917. 
Appointed Supply Sergeant, Order No. 12. July 23. 1917. 
Reduced to Private October 2, 1917, and made Sergeant 
from Private, R. S. 0. 23. October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Color Sergeant from Sergeant, R. S. O. 139, November 
15. 1918.> 



Sergeants (Bugler) 



Gillon B. Vai> 



Brunt, 

Florida 



Samuel McClay, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Enlisted February 22, 1914. .Appointed Sergeant Bugler 
from Sergeant, R. S. 0. 23. Transferred in present grade 
to 82nd Division, 328th Infantry. Transferred out of Regi- 
ment to 326th Infantry, January, 1919. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Appointed 3rd Class 
Musician from Private. C. 0. No. 4, November 7, 1917. 
Appointed Sergeant Bugler from Musician 3rd Class, per 
R. S. O. No. 139. November 15, 1918. 



DORSEY P. K.\UFMAN, 

Boswell, 



Sergeants (Band) 



Enlisted September 22, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision, October 20. 1917, grade of Band Corporal, R. S. O. 
No. 40. November 24. 1917. .\ppointed Sergeant from 
Corporal, R. S. O. No. 10. Januan,- 15. 1918. 



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Harry A. Munson, 

New Britain, Conn. 



Benjamin Washaur, 

New York, N. Y. 



Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private, per O. 5, November 14, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Musician 2nd Class, per R. S. 0. 10, 
January 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 7, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
2nd Class Musician. R. S. 0. 51. December 15, 1917. Re- 
duced from Corporal to Private, R. S. O. 71, June 6, 1917. 
Appointed Musician 1st Class from Private, per O. 13. 
Appointed Band Sergeant from Musician 1st Qass. Octo- 
ber 1, 1918, R. S. 0. 129. 



CoKPOEALS (Band) 



John A. Crawford, 

Washburn, 



PiETRO Allota, 

Cooperstown, N. Y. 



Edward Barnes, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Axel Brostrom, 

Galesburg, 



Martin A. Lull, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



August P. Woltman, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Enlisted September 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per 0. 71, June 6, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Appointed 2nd Class 
Musician, Order No. 44, November. Reduced to 3rd 
Class Musician, O. No. 13. Appointed Band Corporal 
from Musician 3rd Qass, R. S. O. 148. December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company from 76th Division, C. V. 0. C. G., and appointed 
3rd Class Musician from Private, 0. No. 5, November 15, 
1917. Appointed 2nd Class Musician from 3rd Class 
Musician, per 0. No. 13. Appointed Band Corporal from 
Musician 3rd Class, per R. S. 0. 148, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private, per 0. 13, June 6. 1918. Appointed 
Band Corporal from Musician 3rd Class, per R. S. O. 140, 
December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
338th Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Dodge, Iowa, Octo- 
ber 19, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division Camp Gordon 
April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private 
March 1, 1918. Reduced from Private 1st Class to Pri- 
vate March 31, 1918. Appointed Musician 3rd Class from 
Private, Order No. 13, June 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from 3rd Class Musician, R. S. 0. 148, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Musician 1st 
Class from Private, O. No. 4, November 1, 1917. Appoint- 
ed Corporal from Musician 1st Class, R. S. 0. 148, De- 
cember 1, 1918. 



Musicians First Class 



DouGL-iSS Archibald, 

Deerwood. Minn. 



Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Musician 2nd 
Class from Private, Order No. 13, June 6, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Musician 1st Class from Musician 2nd Class, per 
Order No. 24. December 1, 1918. 



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Homer B. Boyer, 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 



John B. Gade, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Ernest C. Jordan, 

Schroon Lake, N. Y- 



Stanley Waskiewicz, 

Reading, Pa 



Enlisted September 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private in Band Section November 19, 1917, R. S. 0. 36. 
Reduced without prejudice to Private, per S. 0. 19, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1918. Appointed Musician 1st Class from Pri- 
vate C. 0. No. 2, February 16, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed 3rd Class Mu- 
sician from Private, per 0. No. 4, November 27, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Musician 1st Class from Musician 3rd Class, Or- 
der No. 24, December 21, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to 2nd Company, 
1st Battalion, Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Mass., Octo- 
ber 6, 1917. Appointed 3rd Class Musician from Private, 
Order No. 5, November 14, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Musician 3rd Class, R. S. 0. 10, January 15, 1918. Re- 
duced to Private, R. S. 0. 83, June 25, 1918. Appointed 
Musician 3rd Class, Order No. 21, June 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Musician 1st Class from Musician 3rd Class, Or- 
der 24, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, October 26, 1917. Reduced to Private, R. S. 0. 
No. 19, February 1, 1919. Appointed Musician 1st Class, 
0. 2, February 15, 1919. 



Harry E. Etter, 

Chamhersbura;, Pa. 



Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. 0. 71, June 6, 1919. Slightly gassed at 
Vandieres, France, September 15, 1918. Reduced from 
Corporal to Private, R. S. 0. 47, March 1, 1919. Ap- 
pointed Musician 1st Class from Private, March 1, 1919. 



Guy B. Bailey, 

New Boston, N. 



Musicians Second Class 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Musician 2nd 
Hamp. Class from Private November 28, 1918, O. No. 6. Trans- 

ferred to Headquarters Company from 331st Machine Gun 
Battalion November 28, 1918, S. 0. No. 86. 



John Bullock, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joseph E. Dresback, 

Silvertown, Colo. 



Zygmunt Koslowski, 

Torrington, Conn. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private, per O. 13, June 6, 1918. Appointed 
Musician 2nd Class from Musician 3rd Class, per O. 24, 
December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted May 27, 1918, and joined Company in Novem- 
ber at Argillieres, France. Appointed Musician 3rd Class 
from Private October 3, 1918. Appointed Musician 2nd 
Class from Musician 3rd Class December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 3, 1917. Assigned to 12th Company 
3rd Battalion, Depot Brigade, 76th Division, Camp Devens, 
Mass., September 4, 1917. Later transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision and assigned to Headquarters Company. Appoint- 
ed Musician 3rd Class from Private, O. 13, June 6, 1918. 
Appointed Musician 2nd Class from Musician 3rd Class 
December 1, 1918, Order No. 24. 



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Carmine Luisi, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Earnest C. McNutt, 

Dupont, Ind. 



Walter B. Napier, 

Ward, Iowa. 



Walter C. Summers, 

Mount Ayr, Iowa. 



Daniel F. Welch, 

Milburn, Mas 



George M. Wentworth, 

Beverly, Mass. 



Enlisted October 9, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
305th Infantry, Camp Upton, October 10, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 305th Infantry, October 29, 1917, and later trans- 
ferred to Camp Gordon and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany, 328th Infantry, 82nd Division. Appointed 3rd 
Class Musician from Private, 0. 6, November 14, 1917. 
Reduced to Private from Musician 3rd Class, 0. No. 13, 
June 6, 1918. Appointed 2nd Class Musician from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 24, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted February 18, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 335th Infantry, Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, at 
Argillieres, France, in Decemfber. Appointed 3rd Class 
Musician from Private March 18, 1918, Order No. 7. Ap- 
pointed 2nd Class Musician from 3rd Class Musician. 
Order No. 22, August 1, 1918. 

Enlisted August 19, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private, per Order 13, June 6, 1918. Appointed 
Musician 2nd Class from Musician 3rd Class, per Order 
24, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Musician 2nd 
Class from Private, Order No. 24, December 1, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, April 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Assigned to 25th Com- 
pany, 7th Depot Battalion Brigade. Camp Devens, Ayer, 
Mass., September 23, 1917. Later transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Infantry. Camp Gordon. Ap- 
pointed Musician 3rd Class from Private, Order No. 13, 
June 6, 1918. Appointed 2nd Class Musician from 3rd 
Class Musician, Order No. 24, December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Qass from Private, Order No. 4, November 1", 1917. Ap- 
pointed Musician 2nd Class from Musician 3rd Class, Or- 
der No. 24, December 1, 1918. 



Musicians Thied Class 

John E. EriCKSON, Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 

Clortarl, Minn. Class from Private October 7, 1917. Appointed Musician 

3rd Class from Private 1st Class, per Order No. 13, June 
6, 1918. 



Slavatore Frascateeli, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



James A. Nessler, 

Loatobe, Pa. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private November 15, 1917, Order No. 5. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917, and assigned to 14th Com- 
pany, 4th Training Corps, 80th Division. Camp Wheeler, 
September 27, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp 
Gordon, October 19, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd Qass 
from Private, Order No. 21, November 1, 1918. 



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Arthur L. Shannon, 

Millis, Mass. 



Julius Timmcke, 

Linton, N. Dak. 



Fr.\nk Witek, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Frank E. Aubrey, 

West Springfield, Mass. 



Enlisted October 4. 1917. Appointed 3rd Class Musi- 
cian from Private, per Order No. 5, November 14, 1917. 

Enlisted September 7. 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private. Order No. 21, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 25, 1917. Assigned to Company C, 
309th Infantry, Camp Dix, N. J., September 27. 1917. 
Transferred to 82nd Division Camp Gordon, November 11, 
1918. Appointed Corporal from Private, R. S. O. No. 
129, October 21. 1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private, 
R. S. O. 47, March 1, 1919. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private March 1, 1919. 

Enlisted October 6. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, February 5, 1918. Appointed 
Musician 3rd Class from Private, C. 0. No. 3, March 1, 
1919. 



Alfred J. DeRosia, 

Killingsby, Conn. 



Joseph R. Feagans, 

Petersburg, 111. 



Enlisted September 20. 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 7, February 15. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Musician 3rd Class from Private 1st Class. Order 
No. 7, February 15, 1918. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 18, October 28, 1918. Appointed 
Musician 1st Class from Private 1st Class, Order No. 7. 
February 15. 1918. 



Leon G. Tisdell, 

Chicopee Falls, Me 



Joseph Blumenfield, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

William Lyle, 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Leslie W. Dow, 

Logan, Iowa. 



Alex Cresiski, 



Minooka, Pa. 



Joseph Blum, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Robert Blackburn, 

Philadelphia, 



Enlisted October 6. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private. Order No. 14, September 19. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Musician 3rd Class from Private 1st Class, Order 
No. 7, February 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 13. 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd 
Class from Private, Company Order No. 4. 

Enlisted October 7. 1917. Appointed Bugler from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 7. January 19. 1918. Appointed Musician 
3rd Class from Bugler, Order No. 4, March 15, 1919. 

Enlisted July 26, 1918. Appointed Musician 3rd Class 
from Private, C. 0. No. 4, March 15, 1919. 

Enlisted October 12. 1917. Appointed Bugler from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 3. February 1, 1919. Appointed Musician 
3rd Class from Bugler. March 15. 1918, C. O. No. 4. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Appointed Bugler from 
Private, Order No. 2, December 15, 1918. .Appointed Mu- 
sician 3rd Class from Bugler, C. 0. No. 4, March 15. 1919. 

Enlisted September 22. 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private. Order No. 5, February 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Bugler from Private 1st Class, Order No. 6, March 
18. 1918. Appointed Musician 3rd Class from Bugler, 
Company Order, March 15, 1919. 



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Bert F. Herman, 

Geneva, Ind. 



Michael Leckaman, 

Freeland, 



Enlisted October 4. 1917. Assigned to 65th Company. 
17th Battalion, 3rd Regiment. 159th Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
November, 1918. Appointed Bugler from Private. Order 
3, March 3, 1917. Appointed Musician 3rd Class from 
Bugler, Order No. 4, March 15, 1919. 

Enlisted July 24, 1918. Assigned to 14th Company, 4th 
Training Battalion. Camp Lee, Va. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company 328th Infantry, November, 1919. Ap- 
pointed Musician 3rd Class from Private March 15. 1919. 



John Darlinger, 



Cicero, 



Martin J. Walker, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



James C. Porter, 

Statesboro, Ga. 



Mess Serge ax ts 

Enlisted .Tune 14, 1915. Transferred to 82nd Division 
from 88th Division and assigned to Headquarters Company. 
328th Infantry, per Order 34. April 1, 1918. Assigned to 
Regiment V. O. C. G. April 2, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal, Paragraph 6, Article 139, November 15, 
1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant from Sergeant, Order No. 
23, November 24, 1919. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Assigned to 1st Company. 
4th Battalion, Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., 
September 21. 1917. Appointed Cook, Order No. 11, 
March 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Cook, R. S. 0. 
129, October 1, 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant from Ser- 
geant, Order No. 19, October 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Mess Sergeant 
from Private, October, 1917. Reduced to Private from 
Mess Sergeant, Order No. 19, October 1, 1918. Wounded 
in Action October 30, 1918, between Sommerance and 
Fleville, France, and evacuated to Hospital. 



Supply Serge 



ANT, 



Snow, Enlisted October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 

Maiden, Mass. Private, per R. S. O. 51, December 15, 1917. Appointed 

Sergeant from Corporal, per R. S. O. 10, January 15, 1918. 

Appointed Supply Sergeant from Sergeant, per Order No. 

12, April 15, 1918. 



Michael J. Murphy, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Frank F. McCalman, 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Sergeants 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 7, December 15. 1917. 
Appointed Sergeant from Private 1st Class, per R. S. O. 
No. 46, April 1, 1918. Appointed Stable Sergeant from 
Sergeant, per Order 16, August 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 4, 1917. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, Camp Gordon. September 6. 
1917. Appointed Sergeant from Private, R. S. O. No. 23, 
October 25, 1917. 



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Alvin F. Fritz, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Ernest W. Wells, 

Maiden, Mass. 



Alexander G. Grady, 

East Boston, Mass. 



Calvin F. Woodbury, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Nathaniel M. Bordner, 

West Hazelton, Pa. 



Raymond J. Bush, 

Reading, Pa. 



Walter A. Taegan, 

Staten Island, N. Y. 



Michael L. McCarthy, 

Torrington, Mass. 



Donald B. Thompson, 

Greenwood, S. C. 



John M. Lynch, 

Ellington, Conn. 



Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private, R. S. 0. No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted October 10, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. 0. 57, December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal, R. S. 0. 38, March 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class, per R. S. 0. No. 18, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal, per 
R. S. 0. No. 46, April 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. No. 51, December 16, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. 0. No. 46, April 
1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. O. No. 18, February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Sergeant from Corporal May 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. 0. 18, February 1, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal, R. S. O. No. 71, June 6, 1918. 

Enlisted April 4, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Pri- 
vate, R. S. 0. No. 86, July 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to 12th Company, 
3rd Battalion, Depot Brigade, 76th Division, Camp 
Devens, Mass., October 4. 1917. Later transferred to 82nd 
Division, Camp Gordon, grade of Corporal. Appointed 
Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. 0. 114, September 1, 1918. 

Enlisted July 20, 1914. Transferred to 82nd Division, 
September 4, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private 
February 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal, 
R. S. O. 115, July 23, 1917. Reduced to Private S. C. 
October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private, R. S. 
O. 51, December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Cor- 
poral, R. S. 0. No. 10, January 15, 1917. Reduced to Pri- 
vate from Sergeant in August and appointed Sergeant from 
Private, S. 0. 194, September 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Assigned to 12th Company, 
3rd Battalion, Depot Brigade, 76th Division, Camp Devens. 
October 4, 1917. Later transferred to 82nd Division and 
appointed Sergeant from Private, R. S. O. 139, November 
15, 1918. 



Ernest P. Rivers, 

Agawam, Mass. 



Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, January 15, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class, per R. S. 0. No. 68, May 
26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. 0. 139, 
November 15, 1918. 



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James M. Anderson, 

Palo Alto, Cal. 



Harry Sayers. 

Port Chester, N. Y. 



William C. Turner, 

Stokesdaly, N. C. 



Lloyd K. Sharples, 

Haverhill, Mass. 



Edward Babbin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Angelo H. Scarfo, 

Derby, Conn. 



Alfred F. Little, 

Rockville, Conn. 



James McCormack, 

Seattle, Wash. 



Enlisted September 27, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. O. 68, May 26, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal, Paragraph 6, R. S. 0. 139, Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 8, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division 
October 22, 1917. and assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Infantry. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, 
Order No. 7, January 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. No. 68, May 26. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. O. 39, November 
15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Qass from Private January 1, 1918. Reduced from Pri- 
vate 1st Class March 31, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. 139, November 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. O. No. 51, December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. 0. No. 10, January 15, 1918. 
Attended Officers' Training School, France, October 15, 
1918, to December 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private, R. S. O. No. 18, February 1, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital November 1, 1918. Transferred as 
Sergeant from S. 0. S. Hospital, per Paragraph 8, S. 0. 
No. 309, Headquarters 82nd Division, December 22, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Transferred from Camp 
Devens September 18, 1918, to Camp Gordon, 82nd Di- 
vision, and assigned to Headquarters Company. Appointed 
Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 7. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private 1st Class, S. O. No. 31, February 
15, 1919. 

Enlisted October 22, 1917. Reported to Camp Devens 
October 22. 1917. Transferred to Camp Gordon. 82nd Di- 
vision, and assigned to Headquarters Company November 
10, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private. Or- 
der No. 7, December 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. No. 10, January 15, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal, per S. O. No. 47, March 
8, 1919. 

Enlisted June 22, 1916. Transferred from 2nd Regi- 
ment, National Guard, from Seattle, Wash., to Headquar- 
ters Company, 161st Infantry, November 2, 1917, Order 
No. 6. Transferred to 61st Replacement Division, per 
G. O. No. 32, Paragraph 1, March 30. 1917. Transferred 
from 1st Corporal G. C. to 4th Headquarters Army School, 
per S. 0. 176, Paragraph 4, June 29, 1918. Transferred 
from 4th Army Headquarters, 82nd Division, per Para- 
graph 30, S. 0. 312, 1918. Assigned to Reg. C. O. C. G. 
same day. 



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Harold B. Hodgson, 

Athens, Ga 



Charles A. O'Brien. 



William A. Orcutt. 



Edward H. Pierce. 



Enlisted August 21, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private. Tel. Inst. A. G. 0., August 19, 1918. Attended 
3rd Officers' Training School, Camp Gordon, S. O. No. 2. 
Paragraph 3, June 2, 1919. Honorably discharged July 18. 
1919, from Headquarters Company. Paragraph 73, S. O. 
No. 192, G. H. Q., A. E. F., July 1. 1918. to accept com- 
mission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Honorably discharged July 
18. 1918. per Paragraph 73, S. O. 182, G. H. Q., A. E. F.. 
July 1. 1918, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Relieved from 82nd Division. 
A. E. F.. per S. 0. 192, Paragraph 11. August 24. 1918, 
and returned to U. S. as instructor. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Relieved from assign- 
ment to 82nd Division, A. E. F.. per S. 0. 192, Paragraph 

11, August 24, 1918, and returned to U. S. as instructor. 



Arthur F. Shryer, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Alfred G. Perkins, 

Torrinston, Conn. 



Sheldon B. Levey, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



James T. Gilugan, 

Windsor. Conn. 



Victor M. Czeczotka, 

Meriden, Conn. 



Charles Casper, 

New York, N. Y. 



Edw.\rd Hesselback. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



William C. Bishop, 

Belchertown, Mass. 



Ellis Palinsky, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



COKPORALS 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 51, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. O. 51, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted September 30, 1917. Assigned to Company H, 
309th Infantry, Camp Dix, N. J., October 1. 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division November 11, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private, R. S. 0. No. 10, January 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 51, December 15. 1917. Transferred 
from Camp Devens to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, per 
S. 0. 61. November 7. 1917, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 7. December 15. 1917. 
Appointed Corporal from Private 1st Class. R. S. 0. No. 
18, February 3, 1918. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private. R. S. 0. No. 18, February 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 13, 1917. Appointed Bugler from 
Private December 1, 1917, Appointed Corporal from Bu- 
gler, per R. S. 0. No. 8, April 24, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Transferred as Corporal 
March 25, 1918, to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
from Company L. of Reg. per R. S. 0. 43. Paragraph 1. 
March 25, 1918. 

Enlisted October 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. No. 46. April 1. 1918. 



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Max Schwartz. 

New York, N. Y. 

Emmett Ayling, 

Peoria, III. 

Antonio Gallo, 

Derby, Conn. 



Leon M. Ham, 

Elba, Ala. 

Joseph Kunchman, 

New York, N. Y. 



Lester A. Barker, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Adodat Paulin, 

Turner Falls, Mass. 



Dorr M. Simer, 



Cisco, 111. 



William D. Sternberg, 

Rosendale, Mass. 



Floyd Walters, 

Mineral Point, 



Thomas Whatley, Jr., 

Dothan, Ala. 



Alva E. Avery. 



Wiley House. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. O. No. 46, February 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, Paragraph 6, R. S. 0. 139. November 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per R. S. O. 12, April 15, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class, per R. S. 0. 139. 
November 15, 1918. 

Enlisted April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, R. S. 0. 139, November 15. 1918. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Assigned to Supply Com- 
pany. 308th Infantry, Camp Upton. September 25, 1917. 
Transferred to 82nd Division. Camp Gordon. September 
26. 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private 139. Novem- 
ber 5. 1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 18. Paragraph 5, February 5, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 129, November 5. 1918. 

Enlisted December 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, Paragraph 6, R. S. 0. 139, November 15, 1918. 
Wounded September 15, 1918, by shell fire. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Transferred to Camp Gordon 
November 1. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class from Pri- 
vate, Order 5, February 18, 1918. .\ppointed Corporal 
from Private 1st Class, Order 29, Par. 2, June 1. 1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 2, December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class. R. S. O. 17. 
January 1, 1917. Wounded in action October 19. 1918, 
by shrapnel. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, R. S. 0. 134, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private October, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class, per R. S. O. 38, March 15. 1918. Sick 
in line of duty October 12, 1918, and evacuated to hospital 
at which place he later died. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division to 82nd Division November 6, 1918. As- 
signed to and joined Company V. 0. C. 0. November 9, 
1918. Appointed Corporal from Private. R. S. 0. 5, Octo- 
ber 28. 1918. Left U. S. October 5. 1918. Transferred 
out of Headquarters Company as Corporal to Company F 
of Reg., per R. S. 0. 7. January 12. 1919. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Edward J. Stanczyk. 



William A. Street. 



Claude Spry. 



Peter Cinder. 



John A. Johnson, 

Meleden, Conn. 



Enlisted May 20, 1918. Transferred from 83rd Division 
to B2nd Division, Par. 45, S. 0. 290, November 9, 1918. 
Transferred out of Company — to Company B of this 
Regiment January 12, 1919, per Par. 45, S. O. 290. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Transferred from 83rd Di- 
vision to 82nd Division, S. O. 290, Par. 45, Headquarters 
83rd Division. Assigned to Reg. per R. S. O. 266, Par. 

4. Transferred from Headquarters Company 328th Infan- 
try to Company G of Regiment. 

Enlisted July 17, 1917. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division to 82nd Division, Par. 45. S. 0. 290, Head- 
quarters 83rd Division. Assigned to 328th Infantry, Reg. 
per S. 0. 266, per Par. 4, Headquarters 82nd Division. 
Transferred from Headquarters Company to Company C 
of Regiment, S. 0. No. 7, January 12, 1919. 

Enlisted May 24, 1918. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division to 82nd Division November 6, 1918, Par. 45, 

5. 0. 290. Assigned to Reg. October 28, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to Company H. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Assigned to 154th Depot 
Brigade, 5th Company, Camp Devens, October 4, 1917. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
November 10, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private. 
Wounded in action October 22, 1918. near Sommerance 
and evacuated to Hospital and rejoined Company at Ar- 
gillieres, France, about December 1, 1918. 



John F. Sullivan, 

Mohawk, N. Y. 



Harold W. Kuh, 

New York, N. Y. 



Joseph Ancona, 

Ridgefield, Conn. 



Wilbur L. Duval, 

Ellenburg Depot, N. Y. 

Joseph M. Gritsch, 

West Wilmington, Conn. 



James M. Normille, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. 38, April 24, 
1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Assigned to Company D, 
308th Infantry, September 24, 1917, Camp Upton. N. Y., 
October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private. R. 
S. O. 58, April 4, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private October 7. 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. No. 58, April 24. 1918. Slightly 
gassed in action October 9, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 58, April 24, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 15. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class, per R. S. 0. 28, 
April 24, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. .Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. 68, May 
26. 1918. 



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William J. Stark, 

Camden, N. J. 

Everett B. Hogan, 

Montezuma, Ga. 

Henry Herbert, 

Lynn, Mass. 

Harve R. Holbert, 

Campbell Hill, 111. 

Harry D. Ludwig, 

Reading, Pa. 



Charles W. Hoelscher, 

Nashville, 111. 

Clyde E. Stauffer, 

Carson, La. 



Alfred E. Thomas, 

Kell, 



Otis Kempf, 



Ashland, Ind. 



Enlisted September 20. 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision November 13, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, R. S. O. 73, January 1, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 9, June 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class, R. S. 0. No. 96, July 20, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 51, August 13. 1918. 

Enlisted August 5, 1918. Transferred to this Regiment 
and Company in November. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, S. 0. No. 3, October 28, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Assigned to 13th Train- 
ing Battalion, 154th Depot Brigade, Camp Meade, Septem- 
ber 20, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, 
October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private, R. S. 
0. 114, September 1, 1918. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate 1st Class, S. 0. 166, September 9, 1918. 

EnUsted September 18, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision in November. Appointed Private 1st Class from 
Private, Order 36, September 7, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private 1st Class, Par. 2, R. S. 0. 110. September 
15, 1918. 

Enlisted May 29, 1918. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division, 82nd Division, November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Reported to Camp Taylor, 
Ky., October 5, 1917, and later transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order 
No. 4, March 13, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Qass, R. 0. No. 25, May 20, 1918. 



Henry N. Cheney, 

Lynn, Mass. 

Harold L. Christiensen, 

Litchfield, Minn. 



Henry C. Beimler, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



James R. Devine, 

Emporia, Ark. 



Cooks 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate, per Order No. 2, November 5, 1917. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Cook from 
Private, Order No. 18, September 1, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 22, 1918, by high explosive near Sommer- 
ance, France, and evacuated to hospital and joined Com- 
pany at Argillieres, France, in December, 1918. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, R. S. O. No. 46, April 1, 1918. Reduced from 
Corporal to Private January 5. 1919. Appointed Cook 
from Private February 5, 1919, C. O. No. 1. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division 
October 24. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private Sep- 
tember 27. 1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private. S. O. 
No. 206, Par. 7, Headquarters. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 22, November 19. 1918. 



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Anthony Hammer, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Willie G. Malone, 

Elgin, Tex. 



Allen T. Meyers. 



Herbert H. Strom, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Enlisted February 7, 1918. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate, per Order No. 21, August 21, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Cook from 
Private, per Order No. 21, November 1, 1917. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate April 5, 1918, per Order No. 12, April 28, 1918. Left 
in States and joined Headquarters Company at Raule- 
court, France, September 20, 1918. Returned to 328th 
Supply Company November 20, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6. 1917. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate, Camp Gordon. Wounded in action by shell fire near 
Sommerance, France, October 22, 1918, and evacuated to 
hospital. 



Stanley Kubala. 



Edward Farrington, 

New Uline, Minn. 



RossEY L. Yeomans, 

Cobb Lawn, Ga. 



Edward J. Pentis, 

Brookfield, 



Mechanics 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Wounded in action by 
high explosive October 22, 1918, near Sommerance, France, 
and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Appointed Mechanic from 
Private November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private, Order No. 50, November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted May 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 20, September 13. 1918. Ap- 
pointed Mechanic from Private 1st Class, C. 0. No. 3, 
March 6, 1919. 



Albert M. May, 



Derby, Pa. 



Lewis M. Schube, 

Ashland, Mass. 



Buglers 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Bugler from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 8, February 12, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, January 4, 1919. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 6, February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Bugler from Private 1st Class, Order No. 7. June 25, 1918. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, 
January 4, 1919. Taken prisoner during the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive on October 23, 1918, and released and re- 
turned to Company about December 1, 1918. 



Wagoners 



Frank Brady, 

New Richland, Minn. 



John C. Glaser, 

Preston. Minn. 



Enlisted February 24, 1918. Appointed Wagoner from 
Private, Order No. 20, October 1, 1918. 



Enlisted February 24. 1918. Appointed Wagoner from 
Private, per Order No. 20, October 1, 1918. 



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Wesley H. Romp, 

Burns, Kas. 



Jesse J. Wright, 

Cisco, Texas. 



Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Wagoner from 
Private, per Order No. 19, September 11, 1918. Trans- 
ferred as Wagoner from Headquarters Company, 328th In- 
fantry, about November 25, 1918. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Appointed Wagoner from 
Private, Order No. 3, March 6, 1919. 



Privates and Peivates Piest Class 



Vernon C. Adcock. 



Joseph Alberri, 

Torrington, Conn. 

John W. Alexander. 



Oscar Amundson, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Olaf Arnerson, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

RoscoE M. Austin, 

Cullman, Ala. 

Walter Balcezck, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Emmett H. Baldwin, 

Mary svi lie, Ohio. 

Raymond W. Barber, 

South Bangor, N. Y. 

Onfrio Barnaba, 

Wasleraport, Md. 

Philip Barnaba, 

Wasleraport, Md. 

Loren G. Basford, 



James R. Beall, 

Eatonton, Ga. 

Joseph G. Belska, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Enlisted December 31, 1914. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company, per R. S. 0. No. 83, May 28, 1918, as Ser- 
geant. Reduced from Sergeant to Private September 11, 
1918, per R. S. O. No. 123. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private October 1, 1918, R. S. O. No. 21. Trans- 
ferred to Division M. P. Company December 28, 1918, per 
R. S. O. 316. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Left U. S. May 1. 1917. 
Missing in action at Vandieres, France, September 15, 
1918. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. 



Enlisted November 23, 1917. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private January 15, 1918, Order No. 7, 1919. 

Enlisted April 27, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Reg., Drum & Bugle Corps. December, 
1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. 



Enlisted September 26, 1917. 



Enlisted September 26, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 21, November 21, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Evacuated to hospital Octo- 
ber 6, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private April 18, 1918, per Order No. 12. 

Enlisted May 27, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company in January, 1919. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private. 



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Alfred Benoit, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Leo Berger, 



Jamaica, N. Y. 



Joseph Betman, 

Oakland, Cal. 



Enlisted October 4, 1917. Assigned to and joined Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Infantry, October 5, 1918. 

Enlisted October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 21, November 21, 1918. 

Enlisted June 25, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 160th Infantry, per Par. 29, S. O. 60, Headquar- 
ters 6th Dep. Division. Assigned to and joined Company. 
V. 0. C. 0., November 1, 1918. 



Eugene Blancheri, 

New York, N. Y. 



Enlisted October 21, 1917. Gassed in action at Van- 
dieres, France, September 15, 1918, and evacuated to 
S. O. S. hospital. Transferred as Private from S. 0. S. 
hospital, S. O. 301, Par. 19, Headquarters 82nd Division. 
Assigned to and joined Company December 15, 1918. R. 
S. O. 159. 



Joseph A. Biladeau, 



Ernesto Bisogno, 

New York, N. Y. 

Anthony L. Blachowski. 



Burl J. Blackman, 

Crockett, Tex. 



Arthur Blair. 



Homer V. Blalock, 

Rochelle, Ga. 

Samuel Block, 

New York, N. Y. 

Jacob Block, 

New York, N. Y. 

Carl Bonnecelli. 



John P. Bourke, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Samuel Brewer, 

Albina, Iowa. 

Emmett M. Briest, 

Arlington, Minn. 



Enlisted September 21, 1917. Wounded in action Octo- 
ber 22, 1918, at Sommerance, France, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted October 10, 1917. Evacuated to hospital Jan- 
uary, 1919, from Argillieres, France. 

Enlisted December 27, 1917. Gassed in action at Van- 
dieres, France, September 15, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Evacuated to hospital with 
bronchitis October 15, 1918. Reported back to Company 
15th December. 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Wounded in action October 
18, 1918, near Pylon. France, and evacuated to hospital 
same day. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, C. 0. No. 20, October 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 29, 1918. 



Enlisted September 29, 1918. 



Enlisted February 27. 1918. Evacuated to hospital from 
Argillieres, France, in January, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot in March, 1919. 

Enlisted September 29, 1917. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. ' 

Enlisted August 18. 1918. Transferred to Camp Mc- 
Arthur, Company M, September 16, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, in November. 



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Frank Burgess, 

Douglass, Kas. 



William E. Burton, 

Seymour, Conn. 

John W. Bush. 



Lewis M. Butler, 

Pittsfield, iMass. 

William M. Carey, 

Seymour, Conn. 

Franklin 0. Carpenter, 

Pocatello, Idaho. 

James J. Cayea, 

Malone, N. Y. 

Leo F. Chamberlain, « 

Kankakee, IlL 



Henry Chillen, 

Cloquet, Minn. 

Everett H. Clark, 

Swampscott, Mass. 

Michael Cleary, 

Springfield, Mass. 

George Clookey, 

Cortavlo, N. Y. 

Charles G. Clements. 



GUSTAFF COLLYNS, 

Maiden, Mass. 



George R. Conklin, 

Nessan, N. Y. 



John J. Conklin, 

Torrington, Conn. 



Enlisted October 2, 1917. Transferred as Private 1st 
Class from Headquarters Company, 160th Infantry, to 82nd 
Division, per S. O. 60. Headquarters Dep. Division, Octo- 
ber 24, 1918. Assigned and joined Company, V. 0. C. O. 
Nov. 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. 



Enlisted October 5, 1917. Wounded September 15, 1918, 
at Vandieres, France. Appointed Private 1st Class from 
Private. Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private April 15, 1918, per Order 12, April 23, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Wounded in action Octo- 
ber 15, 1917, slightly, but not evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted July 30, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company December, 1918, to Drum & Bugle Corps. 



Enlisted October 5, 1917. 

Enlisted June 24, 1918. Transferred as Private 1st 
Class from 83rd Division to 82nd Division. Assigned to 
Reg. and joined Company November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted February 23, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private May 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital in Oc- 
tober and rejoined Company in January, 1919. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. 

Enlisted August 24, 1918, at A. E. F., France, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company August 24, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class from Private. Order No. 20, Oc- 
tober 21, 1918. Killed in action October 15, 1918, near 
Chatel Chehery, France, by machine gun fire. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private April 15. 1918. per Order No. 12, April 23. 
1918. 

Enlisted July 22, 1918. Transferred from 83rd Division 
to 82nd Division, Par. 8, S. O. 288, Headquarters 83rd 
Division. Assigned to and joined Company November 1, 
1918. 



Enlisted September 18. 1917 



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Lewis L. Connor, 

Drumright, Okla. 

Peter D. Cook, 

Roswell, N. Mex. 



Chester W. Couch, 

Linnous, Mo. 



Sam T. Crapps, 

Fort Gaines, Ga. 



Thomas Crowder, 

Southland, Tex. 



Byron S. Crowthers, 
South Fork, 



Henry 0. Curtis, 

McCracken, Kas. 



Millard C. Curtis, 

Kankakee, 



John C. Daily, 

Douglass, Kas. 



John P. Dahl, 



Arthur Dallman, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Henry F. Daughtery, 

Metter, Ga. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. Evacuated to hospital 
N. Y. D. October 25, 1918, and rejoined Company No- 
vember 2, 1918. 

Enlisted July 23, 1918. Transferred from 83rd Di- 
vision, Par. 8, S. O. 288. Assigned to 328th Reg. and 
joined Headquarters Company November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Transferred from Headquar- 
ters 160th Infantry, per Par. 129, S. 0. 60. Assigned to 
328th Reg. and joined Headquarters Company V. 0. C. 0., 
November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate August 20, 1918, R. S. 0. 110. Reduced from Cor- 
poral to Private in December, 1918. 

Enlisted July 25, 1918. Transferred from 83rd Division, 
Par. 8, R. S. O. 288. Assigned to Reg. and joined Head- 
quarters Company, V. O. C. 0., November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Transferred from Headquar- 
ters Company. 160th Infantry, per Par. 29, S. 0. 60, Head- 
quarters 6th Dep. Brigade, October 24, 1918. Evacuated 
to hospital in August and rejoined Regiment and assigned 
to Company V. O. C. O. November 30, 1918. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private April 15, 1918, per Order No. 12, April 
23. 1918. Reduced from Private 1st Class to Private, per 
Order No. 14, June 21, 1918. Gassed slightly in action 
near Chatel Chehery, France, in October and evacuated 
to hospital. Rejoined Headquarters Company November 
25, 1918. 

Enlisted October 17, 1917. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company, 160th Infantry, per Par. 29, S. 0. 60, Head- 
quarters 6th Dep. Brigade, October 24, 1918. Assigned 
to Regiment and joined Headquarters Company, V. 0. C. 
O. November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted July 14, 1917. Special Duty at 164th Head- 
quarters Brigade and missing in action October 25, 1918, 
during Argonne offensive. 

Enlisted September 6, 1917. Transferred from 80th 
Division. Camp Dodge, to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 21, 
November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted April 1, 1918. Reported to Camp Gordon April 
2, 1918. 



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George A. Davis. 



Raymond DeChaney, 

Ammendale, Minn. 

Harry G. Deguise, 

Worthington, Minn. 

Less Denny, 

South Salem, Miss. 



Norman J. DeRosia, 

Ticonderoga, N. Y. 



Chester A. Degarmo. 



Ira F. DeVeau. 



Enlisted December 5, 1917. Transferred from 80th Di- 
vision to 82nd Division, per G. 0. 84, Headquarters 80th 
Division, March 30, 1918. Wounded in action near Som- 
merance, France, October 22, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital same date. 

Enlisted September 6, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 21, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted February 26, 1918. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Transferred from Headquar- 
ters 160th Infantry, per Par. 129, S. 0. 160. Assigned to 
and joined Company V. 0. C. 0., November 3, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 7, January 15, 1918. Evacu- 
ated" to hospital January 12, 1918, and rejoined Company 
in November, 1918. 

Enlisted October 18, 1917. Transferred from 77th Di- 
vision to 82nd Division. Assigned to Regiment and joined 
Company V. O. C. O. Evacuated to hospital sick in Sep- 
tember, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Reported to Camp Devens 
October 5, 1917. Transferred from 76th Division to 82nd 
Division. Assigned to Regiment V. O. C. G. October 26, 
1917. Accidentally wounded in line of duty on rifle range 
at Argillieres, France, in January, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 



Charles L. Dukes. 



Gecrge a. Smith. 



Levi P. Whitney. 



Sergeants 

Enlisted December 15, 1915. Transferred as Private 
from Battery C, C. A. V. F. A., 328th Infantry, S. 0. No. 
146, S. E. Dept. October 13, 1917. Assigned to Reg. and 
joined Company V. O. C. O. October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private, R. S. 0. 26, Par. 3, September 30, 
1917. Appointed Battalion Sergeant Major from Corporal 
April 23, 1918, per R. S. 0. 27. Transferred to E Com- 
pany of Regiment August, 1918. 

Enlisted December 7, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal April 28, 1918. R. S. O. 
24. Transferred to Casual Depot, Port of Embarkation. 
Boston, Mass., May 1, 1918. Transferred to Company C, 
326th Regiment, in December, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private August 28, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Cor- 
poral, Par. 6, R. S. O. No. 139, November 15, 1918. Evacu- 
ated to hospital about December, 1918. 



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MUSICIAN'S Second Class 

Harry L. Handle. Enlisted September 23, 1917. Appointed Musician 2nd 

Class from Private November 7, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital August 20, 1918, from Dieulourd, France. 



Glover F. Dodd. 



Michael J. Dubourge. 



James A. Dunn. 



Privates and Privates First Class 

Enlisted January 5. 1917. Transferred from 319th Field 
Artillery, per S. 0. 75, Par. 17, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision. March 29, 1918. Joined Company March 30, 1918. 
Transferred to Officers' Training Camp. 

Enlisted October 10, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private April 15, 1918, per Order 12, April 23, 1918. 
Wounded in action October 22, 1918, near Sommerance, 
France, by shell fire and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Reported to Camp De- 
vens, Mass., September 20, 1917. Transferred from 76th 
Division to 82nd Division and assigned to Reg. V. 0. C. G. 
82nd Division. Joined Company V. 0. C. 0. November 
17, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private April 
15, 1918, per Order 12, April 23, 1918. Transferred to 
Company C of Regiment December. 1918. 



OVILDA DeSCOTEAU, 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Fred J. Desmo, 

New York, N. Y. 

Martin Digro, 

Hendricks, Minn. 

James Dias, 

Mongaboly City, Pa. 



Michael DiMartino, 

Jersey City. 



MiSUEL DUMIAS, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Earl A. Dunham, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Frank P. Ecklund, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Norman P. English, 

Fort Valley, Ga. 

Edwin E. Essig, 

Sandborne, Minn. 



Enlisted October 7. 1917. 



Enlisted October 7, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20. 1917. 

Enlisted February 25, 1918. Assigned to Regiment and 
joined Company November, 1918, Bugler and Drum Corps. 
Wounded in action October 10. 1918. during the Argonne 
offensive by shrapnel. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 

Class from Private, Order No. 4, December 15, 1917. 

Wounded October 8. 1918, near Chatel Chehery, France, 
by shrapnel. 

Enlisted October 4. 1917. 



Enlisted October 6, 1917. 



Enlisted October 6, 1917. Evacuated to hospital sick 
October 18, 1918, from near Fleville, France, and re- 
joined Company in December, 1918, at Argillieres, France. 



Enlisted July 9, 1918. 
Enlisted February 22, 1918. 



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Thomas P. Everette. 

Harry Feuerstein, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John G. Fielder, 

Virginia, Cass Co., 111. 

Ferris C. Finley, 

Logan, Iowa. 



Philip Fisher, 

New York, N. Y. 
Clarence F. Floyd, 



James F. Forbes. 
Frank Fordham, 



Dettie Franklin, 

Parish, Ala. 



Sidney J. Franklin, 

Gloversville, N. Y. 

Herman D. Freese. 

Frederick A. Freund, 

Amdale, Kas. 

Casper Full, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Fred R. Garrett, 

Bakersville, Cal. 

Charles E. Geddes, 

Ellenberg Centre, N. Y. 

Frank B. George, 

Sacramento, Cal. 

John W. Gidcomb, 

Columbia, Term. 



Enlisted October 3, 1917. Killed in action, between 
Fleville and Sommerance, France, on October 22, 1918. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Evacuated to hospital Oc- 
tober 2, 1918, and rejoined Company latter part of No- 
vember. 1918, at Argillieres, France. 

Enlisted July 31, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division 
November 4, 1918, O. S. D., August 26, 1918, 

Enlisted July 25, 1918. Transferred as Private from 
330th Infantry, per Par. 1, S. O. 288, Headquarters 83rd 
Division, November 4, 1918. Assigned to Regiment V. O. 
C. G.. Headquarters 82nd Division, November 9. 1918. 

Enlisted October 12, 1917. 



Enlisted February 5, 1918. Wounded in action near 
Vandieres, France, September 15, 1918. and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted October 31, 1917. Evacuated to hospital Sep- 
tember 25, 1918, from Dieulourd, France. 

Enlisted April 1, 1918. Wounded in action in wrist 
slightly at Pont-a-Mousson, France, by shrapnel September 
14, 1918. 

Enlisted July 8, 1918. Transferred as Private from 83rd 
Division, per Par. 45, S. 0. 290, Headquarters 83rd Di- 
vision, November 6, 1918. Assigned to Regiment, S. 0. 
266. Par. 5. 82nd Division. November 9, 1918. Joined 
Company November 9, 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 21. 1918. Evacuated to 
S. O. S. hospital. Rejoined Company March 20, 1919. 

Enlisted February 26, 1918. Evacuated to hospital Oc- 
tober 11, 1918, from near Fleville, Pyod-mia-La-L. 

Enlisted October 8, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 13, July 16, 1918. 

Enlisted September 27, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, October 25, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted November 3, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision at Argillieres, France, November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted August 6, 1918. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division to 82nd Division November 6, 1918. As- 
signed to Regiment and joined Company V. 0. C. O., No- 
vember 9. 1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private, R. S. 
0. No. 1. December 1. 1918. 



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John B. Gill, 



Vern Gillett, 



Peoria, HI. 



Fowler, N. Y. 

George E. Gilmore, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 

Ollie Gilstrap, 

Bevier, Mo. 



Joseph Goldberg. 
Herbert H. Hartson. 



Patrick R. Ryan, 

New York, N. Y. 



Casper Ladendecker. 



James J. Quinn. 



David W. Riblet. 



John A. Christianson. 



Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private January 5, 1918, Order No. 11, slightly 
gassed in action at Vandieres, France, September 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. 



Enlisted September 27, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 8, April 11, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. Assigned to Headquarters Company November 1, 
1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, per Or- 
der 2, January 5, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Transferred to 164th 
Brigade Headquarters August 28, 1918. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Transferred as grade of Cor- 
poral from Company G, 159th Infantry, to 82nd Division, 
per Reg. S. 0. No. 60, Headquarters 6th Depot Division, 
October 24, 1918. Assigned to and joined Headquarters 
C(Jmpany, 328th Infantry V. O. C. 0. s. d. Transferred 
to Company B of this Regiment, S. 0. No. 7, January 12, 
1919. 

Transferred from 49th Infantry as Corporal to 82nd 
Division, per Par. 8, S. O. 285, Headquarters 83rd Di- 
vision, November 1, 1918. Enlisted December 6, 1917. 
Assigned to Regiment and joined Company V. O. C. 0. 
November 8, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private R. 
S. O. 152, September 23, 1918. Transferred out of Com- 
pany in January, 1919, and later returned to States. 

Enlisted May 29, 1918. Transferred as Corporal from 
83rd Division to 82nd Division, per Par. 45, S. 0. 290, 
Headquarters 83rd Division. November 6, 1918. Assigned 
to 328th Regiment and joined Company V. 0. C. 0. Trans- 
ferred out of Company to 243rd M. P. Company in De- 
cember, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, Par. 6, R. S. O. 139, November 15. 1918. Trans- 
ferred to Company E of Regiment, R. S. 0. No. 7, 12th 
January, 1919. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Transferred as Private 
from Company A of Regiment, per R. S. 0. 7, Par. 2, 
January 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private, per 
R. S. O. 7, Par. 3, January 16. 1918. Transferred out of 
Company to Company E of Regiment. Wounded in action 
in September at Vandieres, France. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision, Camp Gordon, as Corporal .April 1, 1918, per G. 0. 
No. 34. Assigned to Regiment and joined Company, V. O. 
C. 0. Sick in line of duty October 18, 1918, and evacuated 
to hospital. 



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Frank C. Armstrong. 



Thomas L. Pounds. 



Earl W. Grant, 

Waseca, Minn. 

George Green, 

Rockwood, Tenn. 

Robert L. Greer, 

Venture, Gal. 



James V. Grubbs, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Watson Gutowski. 



William G. Hagwood, 

Quitman, Mass. 



Ernest Hall, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



James Hambik, 

Bridgeport, Ala. 

Inman Hanna, 

Bainbridge, Ga. 

John Hardikopf, 

Parkes Prairie, Minn. 

Lennie a. Harris, 

Quincy, Miss. 

Frank P. Hart, 

West Cornwall, Conn. 



Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, R. S. 0. 51, December 15, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 15, 1918, and transferred to hospital. 

Enlisted April 1, 1918. Transferred from Company C 
of Regiment, per R. S. O. 89, July 5, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private, per R. S. O. 89, July 5, 1918. 
Transferred out of Company in August. 

Enlisted February 24, 1918. 



Enlisted December 1, 1915. Appointed Corporal from 
Private November 15, 1918. Reduced from Corporal to 
Private January 21, 1919. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Transferred from Head- 
quarters 160th Infantry to 82nd Division, per Par. 29, S. O. 
60, Headquarters 6th Division. Joined Headquarters 
Company, per Par. 1, S. 0. 92, November 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 11, Sep- 
tember 11, 1918. 

Enlisted December 6, 1917. Transferred from Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Infantry, to 82nd Division M. P. 
Company, about December 28, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance, France, by shrapnel, October 22, 1918, and 
evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted August 8, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, 
328th Regiment, Headquarters Company, November 8, 
1918. 

Enlisted February 5, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Divi- 
sion. Camp Gordon, and assigned to Regiment. Assigned 
to Headquarters Company, V. 0. C. O., April 1, 1918. 

Enlisted August 7, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division. 
Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment No- 
vember 8, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Reported to 82nd Division, 
Camp Gordon, Ga. Assigned to 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted February 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 16, 1918. 

Enlisted May 29, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 17, October 27, 1918. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class, Order No. 68, May 26, 
1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private without preju- 
dice, R. S. 0. No. 9, January 14, 1919. 



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Warren G. Healy, 

Leon, Ka 



Enlisted October 2, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division. 
Assigned to and joined Company V. O. C. O. October 24. 
1918. 



George A. Henson, 

Granite City, 111. 



Frederick W. Herrman, 

Bruce, Mont. 



Fred Herrington. 

Hayward Hefner, 

Troy, Gilmer Co., W. Va. 

Fred W. Hildebrand, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Ruter Z. Hill, 

Batesville, Ark. 



Thomas J. Halpin. 



Enlisted May 28, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 17, October 27, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany, 328th Regiment, November 8, 1918. 

Enlisted November 6, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 25, 1917. Gassed in action near 
Fleville, France, October 9, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital same date. Died later at hospital. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
309th Infantry, later transferred to Camp Gordon, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted August 5, 1917. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment, November, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision, Camp Gordon, and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany, 328th Infantry. Transferred to Supply Company of 
Regiment, in August, 1919. 



James W. Harback, 

New York. 



John A. Hodges, 

Brewton, Ala. 



Enlisted February 26, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th In- 
fantry. Killed in action October 12, 1918, by high ex- 
plosive near Chatel Chehery, France. 

Enlisted May 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 16, August 11, 1917. Reduced 
from Private 1st Class to Private, Order No. 7, November 
22, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, S. 0. 
No 18, February 1, 1918. 



Herbert 0. Hoefler, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Bjilisted October 3, 1917. Transferred from Camp De- 
vens to Camp Gordon November 10, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 12. April 15. 
1918. 



Fred L. Holcomb, 

Sciota, 111. 



Alpheus S. Holmes, 

Atlanta, Ga 



Enlisted September 20. 1917. Transferred from Camp 
Dodge. Iowa, to 82nd Division. Camp Gordon, Ga., April 
1. 1918. Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment. 

Enlisted June 21, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private March 1, 1918. Reduced no date and ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class from Private. Order No. 7. Oc- 
tober 1. 1918. 



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Dennis J. Hopkins, 

Boston, Mass. 



Edward F. Hortsman, 
Hayleton, 



John B. Houselog, 

Woodstock, Minn. 



Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to Camp Devens, 
Mass., October 5, 1917. Transferred to Depot Brigade. 
Later transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company. 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private C. 0. No. 12, October 22. 1918. Transferred 
to 82nd Division, and assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment, November 8. 1918. 

Enlisted January 22, 1918. Reported to Camp Dodge. 
Transferred to 82nd Division April 1, 1918. Assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private, Order No. 21, November 1, 
1918. 



Frank C. Hudon, 

Ware, Mass. 

Ralph B. Hull, 

Chicago Junction, Ohio. 



Enlisted September 20, 1917. .\ppointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 6, 1918. per C. 0. No. 13. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision November 17. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class, R. S. O. No. 34, March 19, 1918. Reduced from 
Corporal to Private. R. S. 0. 33. Par. 5, October 28, 1918. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private C. 0. No. 18, 
Par. 2, October 28, 1918. 



Lee C. Ingram, 



Herrin, 111. 



RoswELL P. Ingram, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Enlisted May 28, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, C. O. No. 17, October 7, 1918. Transferred 
to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment, November, 1918. 

Enlisted February 25, 1918. Reported to Camp De- 
vens. Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon. April 
1, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment. 



LUDWIK Jachim, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Frederick Jarvis, 

Glasgow, Conn. 



Clyde L. Johnson, 

Montezuma, Iowa. 



Gustave a. Johnson, 

Meriden, Conn. 



Enlisted September 20, 1917. Transferred from 76th Di- 
vision to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 20. 1917. Assigned to Company I, 
3rd Battalion. Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, September 
20, 1917. Later transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gor- 
don, and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th In- 
fantry. 

Enlisted February 22, 1918. Reported to Company F. 
313th Engineers, Camp Dodge. Iowa. February 24. 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division. April 1. 1918, and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Reported to Camp Devens 
October 3, 1917. Transferred to Camp Gordon, November 
10, 1917. 



Ernest A. Johnson. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Transferred to 243rd M. 
P. Co., in November, 1918. 



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George F. Jillson. 



Joseph L. Kalameja, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



John A. Kale, 

Merrill, Iowa. 

Morris M. Kalikow. 



John Kaweckis. 



Willa Keenan, 



Fonda, Iowa. 



John B. Kilburn, 

Cave Creek, Ark. 



Michael Kirchknopf, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Everett C. Klammer, 

Howard Lake, Minn. 



George F. Kline. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance, France, by shell fire, October 22, 1918. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
309th Infantry, Camp Dix. Later transferred to Camp 
Gordon. 

Enlisted July 22, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division 
and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 9, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Vandieres, France, September 15, 1918, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Wounded in action October 
22, 1918, near Sommerance, France, by high explosive, and 
evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted February 2,S, 1918. Assigned to Company G, 
351st Infantry, Camp Dodge, February 28, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, April 1, 1918. As- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted August 5, 1918. Reported to Camp Shelby Au- 
gust 25, 1918. Transferred to Depot Division, November 
8, 1918. Later transferred to 82nd Division Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted February 25, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision from Camp Dodge April 1, 1918, and assigned to 
Headquarters Company. 328th Regiment. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private November 21, 1918, C. O. 21. 

Enlisted May 27, 1918. Assigned to 20th Company, 5th 
Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade, Camp Lewis, June 5, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment, October 23, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 23, 1918. 
Killed in action September 15, 1918, by high explosive at 
Vandieres, France. 



William Knopf, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Reported to 1st Company, 
152nd Depot Brigade, Camp Upton, N. Y., September 29, 
1917. Transferred to Camp Gordon, 82nd Division. Octo- 
ber 30, 1917. 



Paul J. Kovacs, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. Assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 304th Infantry, Camp Devens, September 
20, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, November 7, 1917. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 7, 
December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class, Order No. 58, April 24, 1918. Reduced to Private, 
R. S. O. 96. July 20. 1918. 



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Nathan Lamb, 



Joseph LaPlant, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



William E. Latham, 

Florsten, CaL 



Joseph LaBarge. 



Ralph E. Leavitt, 

Gardner, Mass. 



Frank W. Lister. 



Charles H. Lemley. 



David Levine, 

Ni^ York, N. Y. 



Moses Levey. 



Sidney Levey, 



5uffaIo, N. Y. 



Enlisted July 6, 1918. Assigned to Company E, 152nd 
Infantry, Camp Shelby, July 21, 1918. Transferred to 2nd 
Depot Division November 1, 1918. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, Novem- 
ber 8, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to 2nd Company, 
1st Battalion, Camp Devens, Mass. Later transferred to 
82nd Division, Camp Gordon, and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 4, July 1, 1918. Reduced 
from Private 1st Class to Private, S. 0., January 15, 1919. 

Enlisted February 25, 1918. Assigned to Company G, 
349th Infantry, Camp Dodge, February 27, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, April 1, 1918, and 
assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Transferred from Com- 
pany D, 328th Regiment, to Headquarters Company, R. 
S. O., 135, October 31, 1918. Transferred from Head- 
quarters Company to Company D of Regiment, December. 
1918. 

Enlisted September 5, 1917. Assigned to 1st Company, 
Military Police, Camp Devens. September 5, 1917. Later 
to 82nd Division, Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
Camp Gordon, Ga. Appointed Private 1st Class from Pri- 
vate. Order No. 8, Par. 1, April 11, 1918. Reduced to Pri- 
vate from Private 1st Class, Order No. 9, Par. 2, June 1, 
1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order 
No. 21, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Transferred from Head- 
quarters Troop. 82nd Division, per S. 0. 226, Headquar- 
ters 82nd Division, October 3, 1918. Assigned to Regi- 
ment and joined Headquarters Company October 5, 1918. 
Transferred to Company D of Regiment in December, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Wounded in action Octo- 
ber 22, 1918, near Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted October 8, 1917. Wounded in action on the 
night of October 30, 1918, between Fleville and Sommer- 
ance, France, and evacuated to hospital at which place he 
later died. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917, wounded by high explosive 
October 22, 1918, near Sommerance, France, and evac- 
uated to hospital. 

Enlisted September 30, 1917. Assigned to Company A. 
309th Infantry. Camp Dix, N. J., October 1, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, Headquarters Company, 328th 
Regiment, Camp Gordon. November 11, 1918. Appointed 
Private 1st Class from Private, per Order No. 7, January 
15. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st Class, S. 
0. No. 28. February 15, 1918. Reduced from Corporal to 
Private, S. C. September 19, 1918. 



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Edward G. Levi, 

Red Lodge, Mont. 



Bronislas Lewandowski, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Harold Lewis, 



Arcade, N. Y. 



Joseph Lickon, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Walter A. Lloyd. 

Ovelles, Md. 



Bernard T. Lofit. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Frank H. Lohrey, 

Timken, Kans. 



Frank Lombard, 

New York, N. Y. 



James E. Loughlin, 

New York, N. Y. 



Enlisted May 29, 1918. Assigned to 46th Company, 12th 
Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade, Camp Wheeler, June 5, 
1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, October 5, 1918, and 
assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 25, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
309th Infantry. Camp Dix, N. J., December 27, 1917. Later 
transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon. Ga.. and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Assigned to 307th F. A., 
Battery D, Camp Dix, N. J. Later transferred to Camp 
Gordon. 82nd Division, assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment. Appointed Private 1st Class, from Pri- 
vate, Order No. 13, June 6, 1918. 

Enlisted September 19, 1917. Assigned to Company A, 
309th Infantry. Camp Dix. N. J., October 1, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, November 11, 1917. Assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private, Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 29. 1917. Assigned to 1st Training 
Battalion. 154th Depot Brigade. Camp Meade. September 
29. 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, October 16, 1917. 
Appointed Mechanic from Private, Order No. 9, November 
14. 1917. Reduced from Mechanic to Private without 
prejudice. Order No. 21, November 30, 1918. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Assigned to Company E, 
309th Infantry. Camp Dix, September 28, 1917. Later 
transferred to 82nd Division. Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment, Camp Gordon. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 7. December 15. 1917. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Private 1st Class. R. S. 0. No. 28, 
February 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal, 
R. S. O. No. 58, April 24, 1918. Reduced from Sergeant 
to Private, S. 0. No. 31, February 15, 1919. 

Enlisted October 1, 1917. Assigned to 47th Company. 
164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston, October 5, 1917. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company. 328th Regiment. October 30, 1918. 

Enlisted November 30, 1917. Assigned to 12th Com- 
pany. 1.57th Depot Brigade. Camp Upton. N. Y., Decem- 
ber 1, 1918. Transferred to Company D. Headquarters 
Battalion, G. H. 20, E. F., November 1. 1918. Later 
transferred to Headquarters Company. 328th Regiment of 
82nd Division. 

Enlisted October 11. 1917. Assigned to 27th Company. 
157th Depot Brigade. Camp Upton, N. Y. Later trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division. Camp Gordon, and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. Appointed Pri- 
vate Isl Class from Private. Order No. 7, December 1.5. 
1918. 



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John Lucchesi, 

Holyoke, Mas 



GUSTAVE A. LUIPPOLD. 



John Luisi, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Edward C. Lulling, 

Chicaaro, 



Clarence C. McDougall, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Charles E. McMilliam, 
Billings, Okla 



PiETao Macalouse, 

Hoboken, N. J. 



John B. Maher, 

Greenville, Ohio. 



Eddie L. Manley. 

Crockett Mills, Tenn. 

Clifford E. Marcel, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Enlisted October 7, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 12, April 15. 1918. Wounded by 
high explosive near Sommerance, France, October 22, 
1918. Evacuated to hospital and rejoined Company at 
Argillieres, France, in December, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Assigned to 14th Company, 
4lh Battalion, Depot Brigade, 76th Division, Camp De- 
vens. Later transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, 
and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private. Order No. 7, 
December 15, 1917. Later transferred to Company F, of 
Regiment, March 15, 1919. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Assigned to Company I, 
305th Infantry, Camp Upton, N. Y., September 22, 1917. 
Transferred to 82nd Division. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment, November 6, 1917. Appointed 
Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 13, June 6, 
1918. 

Enlisted May 24. 1918. Assigned to 2nd Company, 1st 
Provisional Regiment, Camp Wheeler, Ga., May 24, 1918. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, Order No. 14, 
July 30, 1918. Transferred to Company A, 121st Infantry, 
June 18, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, November 4, 
1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 337th Field Artillery, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment, April 1, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to Company D, 
357th Infantry, Camp Travis. Texas. Transferred to De- 
tachment Signal Battalion, 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, 
Ga., March 27, 1918. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Assigned to Company K, 
312th Infantry. Camp Dix. N. J. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision and assigned to Headquarters Company. 328th Regi- 
ment, November 14, 1918. 

Enlisted .September 6, 1917. Assigned to Headquarters 
Detachment, 2nd Depot Group, 158th Brigade, 83rd Di- 
vision, Camp Sherman, Ohio, October 31. 1917. Later to 
82nd Division, Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted April 1, 1918. 



Enlisted February 23, 1918. Assigned to Company D, 
337th Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 
Transferred to 82nd Division. Camp Gordon, April 1, 
1918. .i^ssigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment. 



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Patrick Meehan, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Angelo Mele, 



Bristol, Conn. 



Howard Martel, 

East Boston, Mass. 

Warren D. Martin, 

Waterford, Cal. 



Henry F. Meadows, 

Covington, Ga. 

George A. Mingo, 

Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

Alex Meck, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Nicholas Mirraco, 

New York, N. Y. 



Albert N. Mogan, 

Belleview, Minn. 



Everet Moses, 

McCracken, Kans. 



Lewis T. Myers, 

Fitzgerald, Ga 



Stephen Mickelson, 



IsiDOR Nassau, 

New York, N. Y. 



Enlisted September 28, 1917. Assigned to 2nd Company, 
152nd Depot Brigade, Camp Upton, N. Y. Transferred to 
Company K, 328th Infantry, and later transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Regiment, December, 1918. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. Assigned to Company D, 
301st Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Devens, Mass. Later 
transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company. 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted October 5. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted July 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, per R. S. 0. 100, December 5, 1917. Reduced from 
Corpo;:al to Private 1st Class, per R. S. 0. 27, March 1, 
1917. Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment, in November, 1918. 

Enlisted December 19, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 19, June 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 12, 1918. 

Enlisted October 8, 1917. Assigned to 13th Company, 
1st Provisional Regiment, 152nd Depot Brigade, Camp 
Upton, October 9, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division, N. 
A., October 29, 1917. Transferred to Headquarters Com- 
pany, 328th Regiment, in November. 1918. 

Enlisted March 27, 1917. Transferred to 23rd Company. 
6th Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade, Camp Lewis. Trans- 
ferred to 40th Division, Camp Kearney, June 18, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division Headquarters, 6th Depot 
Division, October 23, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to 47th Company, 
164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston, and transferred to 
82nd Division, October 25, 1918. Assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment, in November, 1918. 

Enlisted December 18, 1917. Assigned to 31st Company, 
Casual Detachment, 157th Depot Brigade, Camp Gordon, 
Ga. Transferred to 328th Regiment, Headquarters Com- 
pany, January 23, 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. Wounded in action at Van- 
dieres. France, September 15, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Enlisted September 30, 1917. Assigned to Company B, 
308th Infantry, Camp Upton. October 4, 1917. Later trans- 
ferred to Headquarters Company. 328th Infantry, Camp 
Gordon. Ga. 



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Morris Neffsky, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Alfred N. C. Neilson, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Fred C. Nurse, 

Mallard, Iowa. 

August Oelschlager, 



Joseph Oppenheimer, 

New York, N. Y. 



Martin Olson. 



Joseph Oswald, 

Monticello, Iowa. 



Enlisted September 21, 1917. Assigned to Company G, 
Camp Upton, N. Y., September 25. 1917. Later trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 7, December 15, 1917. 

Enlisted July 21, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, 
November 4, 1918, and assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Regiment. 

Enlisted June 24, 1918. Later transferred to S. O. S. 
hospital. 

Enlisted April 6, 1918. Assigned to 3rd Training Bat- 
talion. 152nd Depot Brigade, Camp Upton, N. Y. Later 
to 82nd Division Headquarters Company. 328th Infantry. 
Appointed Corporal from Private. R. S. 0. 58. April 24. 
1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private without preju- 
dice, R. S. O. No. 1, January 1, 1919. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Wounded in action about 
October 15, 1918, near Pylon, France, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted February 24. 1918. Assigned to Company G. 
351st Infantry, Camp Dodge, Iowa, February 28, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, April 1. 
1918. and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 



Orel L. Owens, 



Logan, Kans. 



William H. Parker, 

Danburv, Conn. 



Ellis Paleologus, 

Seymour, Conn. 

Charles J. Pechie. 



Walter E. Pearl, 

Canton, N. Y. 

Raymond D. Pedrick, 

Peoria, 111. 



William C. Peters, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Enlisted October 6. 1917. .A,ssigned to 3rd Detachment. 
12th Battery, 164th Depot Brigade. Camp Funston. Trans- 
ferred to 40th Division, Camp Kearney, Cal., October 30. 
1917. Transferred to 82nd Division, October 25, 1918, and 
assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to 5th Company, 

2nd Training Battalion, Depot Brigade. Camp Devens, 

Mass.. October 4, 1917. Transferred to 82nd Division, 
Camp Gordon, Ga., November 10, 1917. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 21, November 1. 1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Wounded in action during 
the Argonne-Meuse offensive, October 8, 1918, and evac- 
uated to hospital, at which place he later died. 

Enlisted October 5. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 12, June 6, 1918. 

Enlisted October 25. 1917. Assigned to 23rd Company. 
2nd Provisional Regiment. 31st Division, Camp Wheeler. 
Ga. Transferred to 82nd Division, November 4. 1918. As- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 7, May 17. 1917. 



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CONSTANTINE PlACIDE, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Henry Plueger, 

R. F. D. No. 8, 

LeMars, Iowa. 



John Poodzrzys, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



James T. Powell, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Giovanni Protetto, 

Padino, Provio, Italy. 



Elmer Price, 

Oil Centre, Cal. 



Francis Prior, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Richard Pufahl, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Reinhold Rachui. 



Walter M. Raney, 

Unionville, Mo. 



Leon Royone. 

J ames G. Rambrio. 
Jesse H. Reach, 



Enlisted September 22, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted July 22, 1918. Assigned to 30th Company, 
157th Depot Brigade, Camp Gordon, Ga. Transferred to 
Auto Repair Replacement Draft, September 5, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, October 25, 1918. Assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 29, 1917. Assigned to Company A, 
307th Infantry, Camp Dix, N. J., October 1, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, November 11, 1917. Assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per C. 0. No. 3, January 4, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, October, 1918, and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. 



Enlisted June 26, 1918. Assigned to 11th Company, 1st 
Provisional Regiment, 31st Division, Camp Wheeler, Ga. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, November 4, 1918, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 

from Private, per Order No. 8, June 1, 1918. Transferred 

to 82nd Division in October, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to Camp Devens, 
Mass., October 4, 1917. Transferred to Camp Gordon, 
Atlanta, Ga., November 10, 1917. 

Enlisted September 18, 1918. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company, 160th Infantry, March 12, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division, October 5. 1918, and assigned to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 7, 1917. Killed in action by high ex- 
plosive on October 7, 1917, near Apremont, France. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to 44th Company, 
164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston, Kas. Transferred to 
82nd Division October 5, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private April 15, 1918, per Order 12, April 23, 1918. 
Killed in action October 18, 1918, near Sommerance, 
France, by high explosive. 

Enlisted October 7, 1917. KiUed in action September 
15, 1918, by high explosive at Vandieres, France. 



Enlisted October 4, 1917. 



to hospital. 



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Clare A. Rigby, 

Homell, N. Y. 



Alfred E. Riba, 

Holloway, Minn. 



Daniel E. Riley, 

Maiden, Mass. 



Samuel B. Rittenhouse, 

Scottsdale, Pa. 



Harry J. Rivers, 

Augusta, Ga. 

Roy Robbins, 

Beacon, Minn. 



Marion T. Roberts, 

Hamburg, Ark. 



William E. Roberts, 

Marceline, Miss. 



Eddie Robison, 

Woodensburg, 
Baltimore Co., Md. 



John A. Rodgers, 

South Berry, Conn. 
William Root, 

Hurley, Wis. 



Jacob Rothenberg, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Enlisted September 26, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, per Order No. 12, February 15, 1918. 
Appointed Corporal from Private 1st Class, per S. 0. No. 
26, June 13, 1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private, per 
R. S. 0. No. 78, June 15, 1918. Gassed in action Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, and rejoined Company in December, 1918. 

Enlisted May 25, 1918. Assigned to 22nd Company, 
6th Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, October 24, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate, per R. S. O. 51, December 15, 1917. Reduced from 
Corporal to Private, per R. S. O. 38, March 15, 1918. Re- 
joined Company at Argillieres, France, December 20, 1918. 

Enlisted September 24, 1917. Assigned to 26th Com- 
pany, 7th Training Battalion, Depot Brigade, Camp Lee, 
Va. Transferred to 328th Infantry, Headquarters Com- 
pany, April 6, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Transferred to 328th Infantry, 
Camp Gordon, Ga., April 18, 1918. 

Enlisted September 22, 1917. Assigned to 7th Company, 
338th Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Dodge, Iowa. Later 
transferred to 82nd Division. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted August 23, 1918. Assigned to Company K, 
152nd Infantry, Camp Shelby, Miss. Transferred to 82nd 
Division. Assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th Regi- 
ment, November, 1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Assigned to 44th Company, 
164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, October 25, 1918, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted September 25, 1917. Assigned to 1st Train- 
ing Battalion, 154th Depot Brigade, Camp Meade, Md. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon, October 16, 
1917, and assigned to Company G, 328th Infantry, trans- 
ferred from Company G of Regiment about December 1, 
1918. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per C. 0. No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 18. 1917. Assigned to Company K 
of 351st Infantry, Camp Dodge. December 27, 1917. 
Transferred to 82nd Division. April 1. 1918, and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted June 4, 1917. Transferred to 328th Infantry 
from Headquarters Outpost Company, 307th F. S. Bat- 
talion, per S. 0. No. 81, per Par. 14, Headquarters, Camp 
Gordon. April 4, 1918. Transferred to Machine Gun Com- 
pany of Regiment, per R. S. 0. 127, September 28, 1918. 



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George Rousser, 



Tulia, Tex. 



Clyde E. Robertson. 



EscAR L. Rowboth.-uh, 

Hagarville, Ark. 



Enlisted July 23. 1918. Assigned to 26th Company, 7th 
Battalion. 165th Depot Brigade, Camp Travis, Tex. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division. November 4, 1918, and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Transferred to Machine 
Gun Company, S. 0. No. 4, January 9, 1919. 

Enlisted June 25, 1918. Assigned to 44th Casual Com- 
pany, 162nd Depot Brigade, Camp Pike, June 26, 1918. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
November 9, 1918. 



George M. Ruez, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Floyd J. Ruff, 

Garwin, Iowa. 



EsERY E. Russell, 

Amma, 111. 



Enlisted June 28. 1918. Assigned to 28th Company. 
10th Training Battalion. Transferred to 82nd Division. 
November 4. 1918. Assigned to Headquarters Company. 
328th Infantry. 

Enlisted February 15. 1918. Transferred to Company 
F, 351st Infantry. Camp Dodge, Iowa. Transferred to 
82nd Division, Camp Gordon. Ga., April 8. 1919. and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. 

Enlisted June 25, 1918. Assigned to 31st Division. 
Camp Wheeler. Ga. Transferred to 82nd Division Novem- 
ber 4. 1918. and assigned to Headquarters Company. 328th 
Infantry. 



Walter Sanders, 

Vicksburff, Miss. 



Enlisted May 28. 1918. Assigned to Company K. 152nd 
Infantry. Camp Shelby, Miss. Assigned to 2nd Depot Di- 
vision. November 1. 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry. November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Cook from Private. C. 0. 17. October 27, 1918. Reduced 
from Cook to Private, C. O. No. 3, March 1. 1919. 



Anthony Salatino. 



Enlisted October 6. 1917. Absent since May 24. 1918. 
No Record. 



Leo M. Sarff, 

Newton, low; 



Enlisted June 7. 1917. Assigned to Company A. 17th 
Field Battalion. Chicago, 111. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. April 7. 1918. and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany. 328th Infantry. 



William J. Schanz, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



S.4M Schecker. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Frank Schwarting. 



Enlisted September 26. 1917. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance. France, by high explosive on October 22. 
1918. and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted October 12. 1917. Assigned to Company I. 
308th Infantry. Camp Upton, N. Y. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company June 18, 1918. Gassed in action near 
Chatel Chehery. France. October 8, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany November 2. 1918. 

Enlisted February 13, 1918. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate, per Order No. 22. November 19. 1918. Reduced from 
Cook to Private, per Order No. 1. February 1, 1919. Evac- 
uated to S. 0. S. Hospital. March 10. 1919. 



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Fay S. Scott, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

Ch.-uiles Sebold, 

Peoria, 111. 

Robert E. Schuyler. 



James Schowler. 

George J. Seavers, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lenton R. Sevey, 

Canton, N. Y. 



Enlisted September 20, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Enlisted June 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Glass 
from Private. C. 0., September 13, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry November, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2. 1918. Wounded in action October 12, 
1918, near Pylon, France, by shell fire and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Absent sick in hospital. 
No further record. 

Enlisted September 29, 1917. Wounded in action Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, in the Meuse-Argonne offensive and evac- 
uated to hospital. No further record. 

Enlisted September 21, 1917. Killed in action near 
Chatel-Chehery on or about October 13, 1918. by shell 



Harold Sigmund. 



Michael C. Segal, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John J. Segerson, 

Newport, R. I. 

Herbert W. Sengbusch, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



'asquale Sorgio. 

Tuckahoe, N. Y. 



Denson Sowell, 

Lowrey, Ala. 



Erford C. Stringer, 

Onset, Mass. 



Enlisted April 5, 1918. On special duty with Stars and 
Stripes, Headquarters Paris, about August 1, 1918, and 
later transferred out of Regiment. No further record. 

Enlisted October 13, 1917. Assigned to 29th Company, 
8th Training Battalion, 152nd Depot Brigade, Camp Upton, 
N. Y., October 13. 1918. Transferred to 82nd Division, 
Camp Gordon, November 1, 1917, and assigned to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 2, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, per Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. No. 51, December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal, R. S. O. No. 10, January 
15, 1918. Reduced from Sergeant to Private, per R. S. O. 
139, November 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 7, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. 0. 51, December 15, 1917. Reduced 
from Corporal to Private, per R. S. 0. 38, March 15, 1918. 
Appointed Private 1st Class from Private, per Order 21, 
November 1. 1918. Reduced from Private 1st Class to 
Private, per C. O. No. 3, March 6, 1919. 

Enlisted July 9, 1918. Assigned to Company K. 152nd 
Infantry. Camp Shelby. Miss., July 21. 1918. Transferred 
to 2nd Depot Division, November 4. 1918. Transferred to 
82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters Company, 
328th Infantry, November 8. 1918. 

Enlisted October 4. 1917. Appointed Cook from Pri- 
vate. Order No. 11. March 1. 1918. Reduced from Cook 
to Private. Order No. 22. January 5. 1919. 



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William Suitor, 

Oneonta, N. Y. 



Benjamin Sherman, 

New York, N. Y. 



Vincent A. Sievacki, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Jacob Silbert, 

New York, N. Y. 



Charles M. Silva, 

Strector, 111. 



Walter D. Simmons, 

Palestine, Ark. 



William Simmington. 



Neshan Sirabian, 

Highland Park, Mich. 



Victor Smith, 

Torrington, Conn. 



Chester W. Spence, 

Burt, Miss. 



Benjamin F. Spilka, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Frank Starcoviski, 

Bradley, 111. 



Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to 2nd Company, 
1st Battalion, Depot Brigade. Later transferred to 82nd 
Division, and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th 
Infantry. 

Enlisted September 28, 1917. Assigned to Company L, 
308th Infantry, Camp Upton, N. Y. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Regiment, Camp Gordon, October 
23, 1917. Appointed Cook from Private, Order No. 2, No- 
vember 5, 1917. Appointed Private from Cook, November, 
1919. 

Enlisted May 28, 1918. Assigned to 23rd Company, 2nd 
Provisional Regiment of 31st Division, Camp Wheeler. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment, November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted AprU 5, 1918. Assigned to 3rd Provisional 
Battalion, 152nd Depot Brigade, Camp Upton, N. Y. 
Transferred per S. 0. 54, Par. 54, Cantonment Headquar- 
ters, April 23, 1918. 

Enlisted December 14, 1917. Assigned to Company G, 
349th Infantry, Camp Dodge, Iowa. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, Camp Gordon, Ga., April 22, 1918. 

Enlisted July 6, 1918. Assigned to Company G, 152nd 
Infantry, Camp Shelby, Miss. Transferred to 2nd Depot 
Detachment, November 1, 1918. Later transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 3, 1917. Transferred to Company A, 
of Regiment, S. 0. 22, November 21, 1918. 

Enlisted May 25, 1918. Assigned to Company I, 82nd 
Provisional Regiment, Camp Wheeler, Transferred to 82nd 
Division, November 4, 1918, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 13, 1917. Assigned to 12th Company, 
3rd Battalion, Depot Brigade, 76th Division, Camp Devens, 
Mass. Assigned to and joined Company April 10, 1918, 
V. O. C. 0. 

Enlisted July 7, 1917. Assigned to Company C, Missis- 
sippi N. G. Transferred to 82nd Division July 14, 1918. 
Appointed Corporal from Private, S. 0. No. 51, June 1, 
1918. Reduced from Corporal to Private, R. S. 0. No. 
1, January 1, 1919. 

Enlisted September 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal from 
Private, per R. S. O. No. 51, December 15, 1917. Reduced 
to Private from Corporal, per R. S. 0. 100, August 1, 1918. 
Transferred to 82nd Division October 15, 1917. 

Enlisted June 24, 1918. Assigned to 3rd Company, 1st 
Provisional Regiment, 31st Division. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, November 4, 1918, and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company. 



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George M. Stafford, 

Whitehall, N. Y. 



Frank H. Svetlik, 

Buckolts, Tex. 



Knute E. Swanson, 

Toledo, Ohio. 



James L. Swarner, 

Cheneyville, 111. 



Walter Sweitlik, 

Chicasro, 111. 



John J. Sweeney, 

Ansonia, Conn. 

Peter Taxearhou, 

Lawrence, Mass. 

NoH J. Taylor, 

Lake City, Fla. 



GrOVER J. TOURVILLE, 

Newburg, Mo. 



Mathias Trantham, 

Monticello, Ark. 



Irving L. Troutman, 

Mount Hope, Kans. 



Oscar C. Tudahl. 



Enlisted October 6. 1917. Assigned to 361st Battalion, 
151st Depot Brigade, Camp Devens. Later transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 



Enlisted September 19, 1917. Assigned to Battery B, 
345th Field Artillery, Camp Travis. Transferred to 82nd 
Division and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th 
Regiment, March 25, 1918. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Assigned to 30th Company, 8th 
Training Battalion, 158th Depot Brigade, Camp Sherman, 
Ohio. Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th In- 
fantry, November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted June 27, 1918. Assigned to 12th Company, 1st 
Provisional Regiment, 31st Division, Camp Wheeler. 
Transferred to 82nd Division, November 4, 1918, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company. 

Enlisted May 27, 1918. Assigned to 11th Company. 1st 
Provisional Regiment, Camp Wheeler, transferred to 82nd 
Division, November 4, 1918, and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted September 18, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 12, April 15, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Assigned to 22nd Company, 
6th Battalion, Depot Brigade, Camp Devens. Assigned and 
joined Company October 5, 1917. per V. 0. C. 0. 

Enlisted July 5. 1916. Assigned to 11th Replacement 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Appointed Corporal from 
Private September 15, 1917. Reduced from Corporal to 
Private November 2, 1917. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate November 9, 1917. Reduced to Private from Corporal 
January, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private March 
8, 1918. Reduced to Private April, 1918. 

Enlisted .August 8, 1918. Assigned to 2nd Company 
Vet. Infantry Replacement and Training Company. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, in January, 1919. 

Enlisted May 27, 1918. Assigned to Company K, 152nd 
Infantry, Camp Shelby, Miss. Transferred to 2nd Depot 
Division, November 1, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment, November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted October 8, 1917. Assigned to 47th Company. 
164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston. Transferred to 82nd 
Division, October 25, 1918, and assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted February 24, 1918. Wounded in action by 
high explosive near Sommerance. France. October 22. 1918, 
and evacuated to hospital. 



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Marcus C. Turner, 

Chewalla, Tenn. 



Howard L. Van Order. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Albert J. Vincent, 

Dorchester, Mas 



Charles E. Valentine, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joseph Veci, 



Revere, Mass. 



Edison A. Walters. 

Port Arthur, Tex. 



Roy Warner, 

Norristown. Pa. 



Tranny C. Warren, 

Baldwin, Mass. 



Walter J, Weeks, 

Lawrenceville, N. Y. 



William A. Weinman, 

Stuttgart, Kans. 

Henry H. Wheeler, 

Phillipsburg, Kans. 

Frank W. Wolcott, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Enlisted July 17. 1918. Assigned to Company K, 152nd 
Infantry, Camp Shelby. .Minn. Transferred to 2nd Depot 
Division, November 1. 1918. .\ssigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Regiment, November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted September 26, 1917. Assigned to Battery C, 
309th Field Artillery, Camp Dix, N. J. Transferred to 
82nd Division, Camp Gordon, November 13, 1917, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company. 328th Regiment. 
Wounded September 15. 1918. at Vandieres, France, by 
high explosive and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Com- 
pany in November, 1918. 

Enlisted September 22. 1917. Assigned to Company A, 
301st Infantry. Camp Devens. Mass. Transferred to Camp 
Gordon, Ga.. November 12, 1917. Transferred to 328th 
Infantry, A. E. F. 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Wounded in action Sep- 
tember 13, 1918. by machine gun bullet at Chatel Chehery, 
France, and evacuated to hospital, and later transferred to 
Casual Detachment and sent to U. S. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Assigned to 26th Company. 
7th Battalion, Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Mass. Trans- 
ferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Headquarters Com- 
pany in January. 1919. Wounded in action October 3, 
1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive by shrapnel. 

Enlisted October 10. 1917. .Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private January 1. 1919. Wounded by shell fire 
September 15, 1918, near Vandieres, France. 

Enlisted July 23, 1918. Assigned to 36th Company. 
9th Training Battalion, 155th Depot Brigade, Camp Lee. 
Va. Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Head- 
quarters Company. 328th Regiment, November 1, 1919. 

Enlisted July 16. 1918. .Assigned to Company K, 155th 
Infantry, Camp Shelby, Miss. Transferred to 2nd Depot 
Replacement, November 1, 1918. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision and assigned to Headquarters Company. 328th Regi- 
ment about November 4, 1918. 

Enlisted October 5. 1917. Assigned to 8th Company. 1st 
Battalion. 76th Division. Camp Devens. Mass. .Assigned to 
Headquarters Company. 328th Regiment. October 6. 1917. 
V. 0. C. 0. 

Enlisted October 6. 1917. -\ppointed Private Ist Class 
from Private September 11. 1918. 

Enlisted October 5. 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private. Order No. 9. September 11. 1918. 

Enlisted October 6, 1917. .Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private, Order No. 21. November 1. 1918. 



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Rudolph Wolff, 

Wolf Point, Mont 



Sylvester J. Wyborny, 

Hope, N. Dakota. 



Charles D. Warner. 
Frank G. Webb. 



Robert P. White, 

Waverly, Tenn. 



Floyd H. Whitmarsh, 



Vehnon E. Yostmayer, 

Mexico, Mo. 



Thomas Zabroski, 

East Conshohocken, Pa 

Charles Zlatchlovek, 

New York, N. Y. 

Edward Zvonnar, 

Nashua. Mont. 



Enlisted November 10, 1917. Assisned to CamD Lewis, 
.0th Division. Transferred to 82tid Division. October 23 
1918, and assigned to Headquarters Company, 328th In- 
fantry. 

Enlisted September 21. 1917. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 3S2nd Infantry. Camp Dodge, Iowa. Transferred 
to 82nd Division, Camp Gordon. April 1, 1918, and assign- 
ed to Headquarters Company, 328th Regiment. 

Enlisted October 5, 1917. Transferred out of Company. 

Enlisted April 2, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, 82nd Division. Wounded in ac- 
tion by high e.xplosive near Sommerance, France, October 
22, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted October 2, 1918. Assigned to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry. April 15, 1918. Accidentally 
wounded by rifle bullet at Argillieres, France, December 
5, 1918. Evacuated to hospital. Returned to States later 
with Casual Company. 

Enlisted September 27, 1917. Wounded in action by 
shell fire near Vandieres, France. September 15. 1918. and 
evacuated to hospital. 

Enlisted July 7, 1918. Assigned to Company L, 9th 
Battalion, Infantry Replacement Camp, Camp Mc.^rthur, 
Tex. Transferred to 82nd Division and assigned to Head- 
quarters Company. 328th Regiment, about November 4. 
1918. 

Enlisted October 4, 1917. Appointed Private 1st Class 
from Private. Order No. 5, December 15. 1917. 

Enlisted September 20, 1917. .\ppointed Private 1st 
Class from Private, Order No. 21, November 1, 1918. 

Enlisted June 25, 1918, Assigned to 7th Company, 2nd 
Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 82nd Di- 
vision. October 25. 1918. and assigned to Headquarters 
Company. 328th Regiment. 



ROSTER OF MACHINE GUX COMPANY, 328TH 
INFANTRY 

Captains 



F. 0. Fuller. 



Joined Company September 18, 1917. Transferred 15/th 
Depot Brigade October 10, 1917. 



Benjamin Moore. 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company November. 1917. Transferred 321si 
Machine Gun Battalion July 1. 1918. 



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Joe M. Carr, 

Augusta, Ga. 

Manford G. Henley. 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Joined 
Company September 18, 1917. Commissioned Captain 
August 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 
Depot Division December, 1918. 



1918. 



Transferred 1st 



Edward C. DeSaussure, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



John G. Brauner, 

Andalusia, Ala. 



Alfred G. Eritzland. 
Grover C. Crane. 



H. H. Hillyer. 



Robert S. Link. 



Lester Rumble, 

Forsyth, Ga. 



FiEST Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Joined 
Company September 18, 1917. Commissioned August 15, 
1918. Killed in action near Sommerance October 14, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant Jujie 4, 1917. 1st Lieu- 
tenant October 1, 1917. Joined Company November 1, 
1918. 

Joined Company AprU 1, 1918. Transferred Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry July 10, 1918. 

Commissioned November 27, 1917. Joined Company 
December 1, 1917. Transferred 157th Depot Brigade, 
March 3, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant November 1, 1917. Joined Com- 
pany September 18, 1917. Transferred April 10, 1918. 

Joined Company September 18, 1917. Transferred Sep- 
tember 27, 1917. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 27, 1917. Join- 
ed Company October 21, 1918. Appointed Regimental 
School Officer March 25, 1918. 



John W. Bickel. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned September 25, 1918. 
February 9, 1919. 



Leroy F. Hibbard, 

Central Falls, R. L 

Robert F. Mitchell, 

Chuckey, Tenn. 



Clinton S. Overby, 

Urich, Mo. 

Frank B. Haines. 



Joined Company 



Commissioned November, 1918. Joined Company De- 
cember 1, 1918. Transferred February 14, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Joined 
Company March 15, 1918. Killed in action near Sommer- 
ance October 15, 1918. 



Commissioned July 15, 1918. 
ruary 9, 1919. 



Joined Company Feb- 



Joined Company July 21, 1918. 
ber 9, 1918. 



Transferred Septem- 



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Walter L. Frankland, 

Jackson, Tenn. 



First Sergeant 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 20, 1917. Appointed Mess 
Sergeant October 20, 1917. Appointed 1st Sergeant April 
15, 1917. Attended G. H. Q. Machine Gim School, A. E. 
F., France, May 21, 1918. Returned September 5. 1918. 
Attended A. C. S. from October 1, 1918, to November 17, 
1918. Rejoined Company December 20, 1918. 



Mess Sergeant 

Albert J. DoORE, Joined Company November 15, 1918. Appointed Mess 

Denver, Colo. Sergeant from Sergeant March 15, 1919. 



Claud F. J.4bmon, 

Jacksonville, N. 



Stable Sergeant 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. 
Sergeant from Private August 1, 1918. 



Appointed Stable 



Erwin J. Schreffler, 
4921 Chester Ave., 
Philadelphia, 



Pa. 



Supply Sergeant 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
April 1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 8, 1918. Appoint- 
ed Sergeant November 3, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant November 25, 1918. 



Byron W. Barker, 

West Boilston, Mass. 



Harry D. Baker, 

Dunbar, Pa. 

Samuel Blank, 

331 Snediker Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Arthur H. Bellville, 

Millbury, Mass. 

Charles J. Dozes, Jr., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Edward A. Davenport, 

Soddy, Tenn. 



James H. Fitzgerald, 

Palmer, Mass. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917. Attended O. T. S. from Jan- 
uary 5, 1918, to March 26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
May 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
October 1, 1918. To Sergeant November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant May 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant May 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. To Corporal May 25, 1918. 
To Sergeant November 3,- 1918. 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1, 1918. Corporal August 10, 1918. Ser- 
geant October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917 Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918. Corporal May 25, 1918. Ser- 
geant July 20, 1918. 1st Sergeant November 1, 1918. Re- 
duced to Sergeant January 4, 1919. 



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Harry Guest, 

East Pittsburs, Pa. 



Jennings B. Shaffer, 
Dudley Ave., 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Frederick A. Thompson, 
1126 Snyder Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Tirey Voorhies. 

425 South 25th St., 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Howard P. Davis, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Francis A. Coleman, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Guy C. Henry. 



Fred T. Givens. 



Wm. JCajme, 

21 Cherry St., 

Westfield, Mass. 



Horace S. Earll, 

3303 North Front St.. 
Philadelphia. 

Orin W. Burton, 



Samuel F.. Coleman, 

Fayetteville, Tenn. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15. 1917. Sergeant May 2.5. 1918. Wounded 
by shrapnel in action near Sommerance. October 15. 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
January 15. 1918. Supply Sergeant January 15, 1918. At- 
tended A. C. S. from October 1. 1918. to November 17, 
1918. Rejoined Company December 20. 1918. Sergeant 
January 4, 1919. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company September 5. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20, 1917. 1st Sergeant October 20. 1917. 
Attended 0. T. S. January 5. 1918. to April 5. 1918. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 12, 1917. Sergeant December 15, 

1917. Supply Sergeant December 15. 1917. Attended 0. 
T. S. January 5. 1918. to April 5. 1918. Commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 28. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 12. 1917. Sergeant December 15. 

1918. Attended 0. T. S. January 5, 1918, to April 5. 1918. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 28. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant January 1, 1918. Attended 0. T. S. January 5, 
1918, to April 5, 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 
July 1. 1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant Januar>' 1. 1918. Attended 0. T. S. January 5, 1918. 
to April 5. 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1. 
1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant December 13. 1917. Attended O. T. S. January 5, 
1918. to April 5. 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 
July 1. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant, October 20. 1917. Admitted to hospital July 9, 
1918. 



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Robert L. Castle, 

Reddick, 111. 



Arthur H. Allwood, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Henry G. Goldenburg, 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Clifford Sims. 

Richland, Ga. 



Joseph J. Steinert, 
205 Charleston Ave., 

New Albany, Ind. 



George F. Wetzell. 



Joinad Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
May 25. 1918. Attended A. C. S. July 15, 1918, to Sep- 
tember 28, 1918. Returned to Company October 18, 
1918. Admitted to hospital November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
May 25. 1918. Sergeant July 15. 1918. Attended 3rd 
Corps School. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 15, 1918. Sergeant July 15. 1918. Admhted to 
hospital October 18. 1918. 

Joined Company February 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral May 25th, 1918. Sergeant July 15, 1918. Wounded 
in action Fleville October 13. 

Joined Company November 15. 1918. Transferred to 
I Company. 328th Infantry, January, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1918. Transferred to D 
Company. 326th Infantry. 



Samuel H. Abbott, 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Leonard P. Bond, 

Thompson Station, Tenn. 

Thomas M. Buchanan, 

Blue Ridge, Ga. 

James V. Castleman, 

McGregor, Texas. 

Chester A. Darling, 

Duluth, Minn. 

Glyn D. Harman, 

650 Dayton St., 

Akron, Ohio. 

John Heggerty. 



Carl B. Jones, 

Shirley, Mass. 

Harry Gunther. 

Frank H. Heintderson. 

J.\mes a. Hawkins, 

Waco, Te.xas. 



Corporals 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 
November 3, 1918. 



.Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class May 1, 1918. Corporal August 1. 1918. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. -Vppointed Private 
1st Class August 1. 1918. Corporal November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Pr 
1st Class May 1, 1918. Corporal May 25. 



Joined Company .A.pril 1, 1918. Appointed May 25 
1918. Transferred to Stars and Stripes August 9. 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company .'Vpril 23. 1918. Killed in action Sep- 
tember 18. 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. .\ppointed Private 
1st Class April 1, 1918. Corporal November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. .Appointed Corporc 
Julv 15, 1918. Wounded in action October 8. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
May 25, 1918. Sick in hospital November 12, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. .Appointed Corpor 
May 25. 1918. Wounded in action October 8. 1918. 



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Francis T. Meyers, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William L. McKinney. 



Joined Company October 26, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
July 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
November 3, 1918. Admitted to hospital February 10, 
1919. 



William P. O'Malley, 
411 Page St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

James F. Orr, 

1521 North 55th St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mathew H. Parry, 
616 Shady Ave., 

Charleroi, Pa. 

Lawrence W. Powell, 
2120 L St., 

Granite City, 111. 

James W. Riley, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

McCool, Miss. 

Ernest L. Rohn, 

Waterloo, Ind. 

Owen Salmon, 

507 Gladstone Ave., 

Elkhart, Ind. 

Frank Waggoner, 

Franklin, Ind. 

Lars G. Winnersten, 

Byrnedale, Pa. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Corporal October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company Novei'iber 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. Transferred Jan- 
uar>'. 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1918. Transferred Jan- 
uary, 1919. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918. Corporal November 3, 1918. 



Fred H. Sloblom, 

Remer, Minn. 



HOESESHOEK 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Horseshoer 
August 1, 1918. 



James L. Brannon, 

504 Hannah Ave., 

Chicaaro, 111. 



Jesse M. McNeal, 



Todd, Pa. 



Bernard J. Miller, 

Bakersfield, 



Mechanics 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
August 1, 1918. Transferred to Base 280 S. 0. S. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 1, 1918. Mechanic August, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Wilbur DeBante, 

North Madison, Ind. 

Hartsell C. Ellis, 

Chuckey, Tenn. 

Walter L. Knettles, 

Groton, N. Y. 



Cooks 

Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company September 20, 1917. Appointed Cook 
October 20, 1917. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cook 
February 1, 1918. 



Thomas J. Cooper, 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 



Saddler 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Saddler 
August 1, 1918. 



Carl H. Allen, 

741 Adams St., 

Gary, Ind. 

William I. Alderman, 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Victor C. Anderson, 

Eagle Bend, Minn. 

Gabriel J. Andreason, 

Galveston, Texas. 

Joseph Balusek, 

Sublime, Texas. 

Clarence F. Bechtel, 

Pottstown, Pa. 

James L. Barnett. 



Grover H. Barr, 

Braddock, Pa. 

Harvey W. Bittner, 

Myersdale, Pa. 

Hector J. Blais. 

Central Falls, R. I. 

Charles Bullecks, 

St. Michael, Pa. 

Robert Burchinal, 

Lemont Furnace, Pa. 

Joseph F. Burk, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Peivates and Privates First Class 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Private 1st Class May 
15, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8. 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1917. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded October 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded October 
13, .1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded October 
13. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
Isl Class April 1, 1918. Wounded October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 



Thomas Bundy, 



Mart, Texas. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



146 



History of Three 



George D. Balder, 

Foley, Minn. 

Alfred L. Barber, 

Floral, Ark. 

Thomas E. Blackledge, 

Laurel, Miss. 

Roger Q. Blaisnez, 

Rosebud, Texas. 

Brady H. Boggs, 

Cisco, Texas. 

Arthur F. Bower, 

Linden, N. Y. 

Horace L. Boyd, 

110 S. Covington St., 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Arthur Buen, 

Havana, N. D. 

Alfred B. Carpenter, 

Marlin, Texas. 

Servario Cerminaro, 
4 1-2 Willow St., 

Newark, N. Y. 

Jerome L. Collins, 
2802 Thompson St., 

Camden, N. J. 

William M. Collins, 
327 Washington St., 

Camden, N. J. 

Rocco Corona, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Andrew W. Coyle, 

Scranton, Pa. 

John Dambroci, 

30 Campbell Park, 

Gate, N. Y. 

Willis H. Dewey, 

Punta Gorda, Fla. 

Charlie DeForge. 



Andrew Dolence, 

Grey Eagle, Minn. 

Olin V. Dunn. 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company April 23, 1918. 
Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded October 
17, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred S. O. S. 
Hospital October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Gassed October 9, 
1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company December 15, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Killed in action near 
Appremont October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Deceased January 31, 
1919. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



147 



George R. Eagleton, 

Spencer, Mass. 

Emory J. Ennis, 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Willie Edwards, 

Bremond, Texas. 

Frank J. Ehrhardt, 



DiMITRIES ElIACOPOULOS, 

733 Essex St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

SiG Erickson, 

Munger, Texas. 

Thomas Eubanks, 

410 North St., 
San Antonio, Texas. 

Lee W. Evans, 

Raules Spring, Miss. 

Thomas J. Farley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harley S. Foreman, 

Teague, Texas. 

Walter G. Frank, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Tom C. Gaddy, 

Eddy, Texas. 

Daniel J. Gaherty, 

Lenoxdale, Mass. 

Albert Gibes, 

Abba, Ga. 

Kendrick J. Grey, 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Louis L. Gross. 



John R. Hass, 

Oakley, Minn. 

John J. Hama, 

West Hazleton, Pa. 

William J. Hare, 

109 Harriot Ave., 

Oil City, Pa. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 15, 1918. Deceased October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 15, 1918. Transferred S. 0. S. Hospital 
November 11, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Transferred S. O. S. 
Hospital October 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Gassed October 12, 
1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed September 18, 
1918. 



Joined Company October 18. 1917. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Gassed October 15, 
1918. 



148 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Joseph R. Harris, 
R. F. D. No. 2, 

Grosbeck, Texas. 

Daniel L. Hodges, 

Lawson, Mo. 

Dorse S. Holland, 

Ranger, Ga. 

William C. Hutton, 

Churchville, N. Y. 

Harold H. Ingraham, 

Hilton, N. Y. 

Clyde P. Jackson, 

Rockdale. Texas. 

Henry E. Johnson, 

Housatonic, Mass. 

Robert J. Johnson, 

Herman, Minn. 

Walter W. Johnson, 

Millford, Mass. 

Eddy V. Jones, 

Fainnount, Ga. 

John F. Kohler, 

Camden, N. J. 

Grigrios Kritikos, 

Hopewell, Va. 

Leonard Kuebel, 

1103 Spring Ave., 

N. E. Canton, Ohio. 

Joseph L. Lane, 

Ludlowville, N. Y. 

Frank N. Lane, 

700 S. W. St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Robert Larson. 

65 North 4th St. 

Fargo, N. D. 

Oscar Lindgren, 

826-40 Ave., 

West Duluth, Minn. 

Joseph Lipinski, 

Port Griffith, Pa. 

Clyde E. Lyda, 

Marble Falls, Texas. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company January 28. 1918. Appointed Private 
St Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 15, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 
3t Class August 1, 1918. 



1917. Appointed Private 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private Ist 
Class November 25, 1918. Transferred February 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Qass May 1. 1918. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred S. 0. S. 
Hospital January 9, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. .\ppointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Private 
Ist Class December 15. 1917. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



James McBride, 

New York, N. Y. 

Alexander McDonald, 

Paullina, Iowa. 

Joseph F. McGinity, 
809 Lakewood Ave., 

Youngstown. Ohio. 

Lee McLawchlin, 

Walters, La. 

Francis M. McKiernan, 

Millville, Mass. 

Joseph Macaitis, 

Philadelphia, Fa. 

William D. Madden, 

Westmont, N. J. 

Terry S. Mannahan, 

Kirvin, Texas. 

Edward A. Manzey, 
Main St., 
Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Caleb K. Marrs, 

Moody, Texas. 

George J. Martin. 

Julian B. Martin, 

Neman, Marcus Co., 

Dallas, Texas. 

Victor S. Massa, 
In Title Guarantee Bldg., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Joseph D. May, 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Victor W. Mishker, 
938 West LaSalle Ave., 

South Bend, Ind. 

Gerome E. Meredith, 

Grayson, La. 

Bertice M. Miller, 

Westfield, Mass. 

Charles J. Mitchell, 

Askawa, Minn. 

Clodimire C. Moran, 

DeLisle, Miss. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 149 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25. 1918. 

Joined Company July 15. 1918. 

Joined Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25. 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. 
Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1917. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15. 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25. 1918. 



Joined Company October 15. 1918. 
Joined Company October 18. 1918. 
Joined Company April 1. 1918. 
Joined Company October 15. 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Dominique Monteau, 
828 Burgundy St., 

New Orleans, La. 

John Morgan, 

Origum, Minn. 

Joseph Q. Nelson, 

Lyman, Miss. 

Elias Navroth, 

Honey Pot St., 

Nanticooke, Pa. 

ToNio Nucci. 

Fred A. Perry, 

Covington, Ga. 

Edward M. Paschell, 

Tillar, Ark. 

Willis R. Pearce, 

Edwardsport, Ind. 

Cleveland H. Pester, 

Wapakvita, Ohio. 

Walter M. Peterson, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Robert T. Percy, 

Pickneyville, Miss. 

George R. Pickett, 

Dawson, Texas. 

Robert E. Perkins, 

Kitwood, La. 

Rebis B. Pierce, 

Gorda, Ala. 

Leon H. Pond, 

Box 211, 

Bradford, Conn. 

Bluford C. Powell. 



Charles Pradel, 

189 Evans St.. 

Duryea, Pa. 

Fred H. Poyner, 



John Prevon, 

Port Arthur, Texas. 
Abrium H. Race, 

McHenry, Miss. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. 

Joined Company January 28, 1918. Transferred S. 0. S. 
January 27, 1919. 

Joined Company October 15. 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company April 1, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15. 1918. 
Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. 



Joined Company October 15, 1918. Transferred S. 0. S. 
Hospital February 27, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Peter W. Rachuba, 

Pass Christian, Miss. 



Emmil C. Rannested, 
207 St. North, 

Willmer, Minn. 

Gossett Randle, 

Okolona, Ark. 

Peter H. Rapp, 

Elmenton, Pa. 

Frank L. Respanti, 
232 Merick Rd., 
Rockville Center, L. I. 

Joseph Reger, 

Little Falls, Minn. 

James F. Reynolds, 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Robert 0. Rice, 

Somerset, Pa. 

Joseph Rissew, 

Walworth, N. Y. 

Clyde E. Robertson, 

Kankakee, 111. 

Charles W. Robinson, 

Cabot, Ark. 

Harry P. Rodgers, 

Hooverville, Pa. 

James S. Roy, 

140 Sargent St., 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Joseph E. Roy, 

135 Grove St., 
Providence, R. I. 

Millard C. Salisbury, 
66 Glenwood St., 

Brockton, Mass. 

John W. Savage, 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



151 



Wyatt, La. 



John Shuman, 



Chicago, 111. 

Charles E. Servatius, 
146 Dewey. Ave., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
Ist Class May 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 18, 1917. 
Joined Company October 18, 1917. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. 

Joined .Company October 26, 1917. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. .\ppointed Private 
1st Class May 15, 1918. 



152 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Frank Semanko, 

2410 University Ave., 
N. E. Minneapolis, Minn. 

David Shaw, 

Lizana, Miss. 

Frank C. Sheppard, 
3046 Burgundy St., 

New Orleans, La. 

Arthur Shaw, 



James H. Sheppard, 

Chandler, Ala 



W. S. Shuttlesworth. 
Cecil Shulman. 



Earl J. Sidwell, 

Farmington, Ark. 

Joseph B. Singleton, 

Donie, Texas. 

Naithon Slade, 

Caesar, Miss. 

Larry Smith, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ernest Snider, 

Cameron, Texas. 

Alfonso Spagnolt, 
51 Spenser St.. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Kenneth E. Stewart, 
203 Hancock St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

George W. Stewart, 

Nicholson, Miss. 

Walter B. Stewart, 

Montpelier, Ohio. 

Julius Stein, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Johnnie A. Swafford, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Ringgold, Ga. 

Nelson Turner, 

Bucktel, Ohio. 



Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred De- 
cember 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded October 
16, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred June 8, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1. 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 15. 1918. Appointed Private 
3t Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 15, 1918. 
Joined Company April 1. 1918. 



Joined Company January 28, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 



Joined Company July 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Clyde A. Vancamp, 
229 Seymour St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

John E. Vancott, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Lawrence Walsh, 

New York, N. Y. 

Edward L. Vollant, 

Erie, Pa. 

Isaac Underwood, 

Lano, Texas. 

ToNio Unfonak, 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Alvah C. Valcore, 

Webster, N. Y. 

James E. Woodman, 

Grey Eagle, Minn. 

Oscar J. Wood, 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 
Joined Company March 26. 1918. 
Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 15, 1918. Wounded October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 20, 1918. Transferred Octo- 



Richmond, Va. ber. 1918. 



William G. Wray, 

1 Raymond St., 

Worcester, Mass. 

Tony Yankus, 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. .Appointed Priv 
1st Class November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 1st Class August 1, 1918. 



Leonard T. York, 

Ballardvale, Mass. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. Gassed October 
1918. 



Joseph J. Bushey, 
Forrest Ave., 

Essex, Mass. 

James H. Tinline, 
3522 North Braddock St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

HUTTON B. TOWSON, 

Camilla, Ga. 



Corporals 

Joined Company .\pril 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1. 1918. Wounded October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
October 1, 1918. Killed in action near Sommerance Octo- 
ber 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
May 25. 1918. Wounded October 14. 1918. 



Matthew J. Tracy, 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. .\ppointed Corporal 
August 1. 1918. Transferred S. 0. S. hospital November 
3, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

MEN OF MACHINE GUN COMPANY, 328TH INFANTRY, CITED FOR 
BRAVERY IN ACTION 



Edward C. DeSaussure, 
"Gallantry in Action" 



First Lieutenant 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 
1919. G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st 
April. 1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry 
Brigade, 4th May, 1919. 



Robert F. Mitchell. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



Second Lieutenant 

G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 4th 
May, 1919. 



Walter L. Frajvkland. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



FiEST Sergeant 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 4th 
Mav, 1919. 



Harry D. Baker. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

Byron W. Barker. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

James M. Fitzgerald. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



Sergeants 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 
1919. G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st 
April, 1919. G..0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry 
Brigade, 4th May, 1919. 



Samuel H. Abbott. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



Thomas M. Buchanan. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



James V, Castleman. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



Carl B. Jones, 

"Gallantry in Action" 



Francis T. Myers. 

"Gallantry in Action" 



Corporals 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11. Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



William P. O'Malley. 
"Gallantry in Action' 



Lars G. Wennersten. 
"Gallantry in Action' 



G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st AprU, 
1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 



Privates axd Privates First Class 



Robert Burchinal, 
"Gallantry in Action" 

Harold H. Ingraham. 
"Gallantry in Action" 

Joseph L. Lane. 

"Gallantry in Action" 



Joseph Macaitis. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

William G. Wray. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

Horace L. Boyd. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

John J. Hama. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

Oscar Lindgren. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

Bertice M. Miller. 
"Gallantry in Action" 

Frank Semanko. 

"Gallantry in Action" 

James E. Woodman. 
"Gallantry in Action" 



G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 
4th May, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 4th 
]\Iay, 1919. 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, 13th January, 
1919. G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st 
April, 1919. G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry 
Brigade, 4th May, 1919. 

G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, 4th 
May. 1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 

G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 1st April, 
1919. 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS WHO HAVE BEEN CONNECTED 

WITH HEADQUARTERS 1ST BATTALION, 

328TH INFxiNTRY 



Majors 



Richard Wetherill. 



Assigned to command of 1st Battalion August 29, 1917. 
Relieved of assignment to 1st Battalion and assigned to 
command of 319th Machine Gun Battalion September 10, 
1917. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Frank F. Jewett. 



Howard S. Cole. 



Assigned to command of 1st Battalion September 10. 
1917. Relieved of command 1st Battalion and placed on 
Special Duty commanding Third Officers' Training Corps. 
Camp Gordon. January 5. 1918. Relieved of command 
Third Officers' Training Corps. Camp Gordon. Ga.. and re- 
turned to command 1st Battalion April 10. 1918. From 
command 1st Battalion to Special Duty commanding 328th 
Infantry from May 20, to June 13. 1918. Relieved from 
command 328th Infantry, June 13, 1918. and returned to 
command 1st Battalion. Commanding 1st Battalion until 
July 26. 1918, when he was relieved of command 1st Bat- 
talion, and transferred for duty in United States. 

Promoted from rank of Captain and Adjutant 328th In- 
fantry to rank of Major and assigned command 1st Bat- 
talion February 15, 1918. Relieved of command 1st Bat- 
talion and transferred to 157th Depot Brigade April 10, 
1918. 



Harry B. Campbell. 



Mortimer Boyle. 



Adone D. Tomasello. 



Assigned to command of 1st Battalion August 18, 1918. 
Relieved of assignment to 1st Battalion and transferred to 
G. H. Q. September 11, 1918. 

On Special Duty from Company A and commanding 1st 
Battalion with rank of Captain from January 5. 1918, to 
February 15, 1918; from AprH 22, 1918, to June 14, 1918; 
from July 26, 1918, to August 18, 1918; from September 
11, 1918, to September 25, 1918. On September 25. he was 
promoted to rank of Major and assigned to command of 
1st Battalion. On November 18, 1918, he was promoted to 
rank of Lieutenant-Colonel and assigned to 328th Infantry. 

Promoted from rank of Captain to rank of Major and 
assigned to command of 1st Battalion November 18. 1918. 
Relieved of command 1st Battalion. February 10, 1919, 
and placed on Special Duty at Division Headquarters as 
Assistant Athletic and Entertainment Officer. Returned 
to command of 1st Battalion on March 7. 1919. 



Harold W. James. 



.A-ttached to 328th Infantry and placed in command 1st 
Battalion February 10, 1919. Relieved of command 1st 
Battalion and assigned to Headquarters Base Section No. 
2. S. 0. S., March 7, 1919. 



Richard F. Kinnear. 



PlEST LlEUTENAXTS 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant 
August 15. 1917. and assigned to 1st Battalion as Adju- 
tant .\ugust 29. 1917. Relieved of assignment to 1st Bat- 
talion and transferred for duty in United States August 
10. 1918. 



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Robert E. Davis. 



John G. Roberts. 



G. Scott Candler. 



Clark Dunn. 



Charles M. Day. 



Nelson W. Edens. 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15. 1917. Assigned 
to Company A. On Special Duty at Battalion Headquar- 
ters as Battalion Supply Officer from May 20, 1918, to 
August 10. 1918. Appointed Battalion Adjutant August 10, 
1918. Relieved from duty as Battalion Adjutant October 
7. 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917, assigned 
to 1st Battalion as Battalion Intelligence and Scout Offi- 
cer May 25, 1918. Appointed Battalion Adjutant Octo- 
ber 7, 1918. Relieved from assignment as Battalion Ad- 
jutant November 18, 1918, and promoted to rank of Cap- 
tain and assigned as Adjutant, 328th Infantry. 

Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain November 18, 
1918, and assigned to 1st Battalion as Adjutant. Relieved 
of assignment as Battalion Adjutant and assigned to com- 
mand of Company F, 328th Infantry. November 23, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed as Battalion Intelligence and Scout Officer No- 
vember 12, 1918. In hospital from bronchitis October 14 
to October 29. 1918. Relieved from assignment as Bat- 
talion Intelligence and Scout Officer November 23. 1918. 
promoted to rank of 1st Lieutenant and assigned to 1st 
Battalion as .Adjutant. November 23. 1918. Battalion Ad- 
jutant since that date. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant .\ugust 15, 1917. On 
Special Duty from Company B at Battalion Headquarters 
as Battalion Gas Officer from September 3, 1918. to Sep- 
tember 12. 1918. Returned to duty with Company B 
on that date. 

Commissioned .August 15, 1917. Assigned to 1st Bat- 
talion as Battalion Intelligence and Scout Officer Decem- 
ber 20, 1918. Appointed Summary Court Officer, 1st Bat- 
talion December 21, 1918. 



William E. Shackelford. 



Mack Hirshberg. 



Ross D. Remer. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant .August 15, 1917. On 
Special Duty at Headquarters 1st Battalion from Com- 
pany D as Battalion Gas Officer, from June 10, 1918. to 
September 2, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant .August 15, 1917. On 
Special Duty at Headquarters 1st Battalion from Company 
D as Battalion Gas Officer from September 20. 1918. to 
November 11, 1918. 

2nd Lieutenant. .Appointed Battalion Intelligence and 
.Scout Officer and Summary Court 1st Battalion November 
25. 1918. Relieved from assignment as Battalion Intelli- 
gence and Scout Officer December 20. 1918. 



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ENLISTED MEN WHO HAVE BEEN CONNECTED WITH 

1ST BATTALION HEADQUARTERS, 

328TH INFANTRY 

Only those who are not shoT\ai on Company Rosters. 

Battaliox Sergeaxt-Majob 

Luther L. Scales. Joined Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry. Septem- 

ber 9, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February 1, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Battalion Sergeant-Major April 8, 1918, and placed 
on Special Duty with 1st Battalion Headquarters May 20, 
1918. Sent to Army Candidates' School at Langres 
France, October 1, 1918. Graduated Candidates' School 
and returned to 1st Battalion for duty December 15, 1918. 

Corporal 

David W. RiBLET. Joined Headquarters Company as Corporal January 19 

1918, and placed on Special Duty with 1st Battalion Head 
quarters May 20, 1918, having charge of runners and as 
sistant to the Sergeant-Major in conducting message cen 
ter. Wounded in action at Noroy in the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive September 14, 1918, and evacuated same day. Re- 
turned to duty November 9, 1918. 

Private First Class 

Thomas S. TeabEAUT. Joined Battalion Headquarters June 21, 1918. as clerk. 

Killed in action by shrapnel near Sommerance. France, 
October 14, 1918. 

ROSTER OF ALL MEN WHO SERVED IN COMPANY A, 
328TH INFANTRY, SINCE COMING TO FRANCE 

Major 

Mortimer Boyle, Commissioned as a Captain in Infantry Section, Re- 

2719 Heath Ave., serve Corps, Plattsburg Camp, 1916. Commissioned Major 

New York, N. Y. in U. S. Army September, 1918. Commissioned Lieuten- 

ant-Colonel U. S. A. November 11, 1918. In command of 
A Company from August 29, 1917, until August, 1918, 
except when as Senior Officer of the 1st Battalion, 328th 
Infantry, he was in command of the Battalion. Was in 
command of Battalion from December, 1917, until April, 
1918; from May, 1918, through June, 1918; from August 
1, 1918, through November 20, 1918. Was in command of 
Battalion through St. Mihiel offensive and Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Assigned to 328th Infantry as Lieutenant- 
Colonel from November 11, 1918, through February. 1919: 
through June, 1919. Cited General Orders No. 1, Head- 
quarters 82nd Division, for gallantry in action. 



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George H. Cochran, 

Bowman, Ga. 



Robert L. Davis, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Arthur Burkett, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



J. G. Roberts, 



Marietta, Ga 



Robert E. Davis, 

Jacksonville, fla. 



Captaix 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant at 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15, 1917. Assigned to A Company, 328th 
Infantry, August 29, 1919. In command of Company 
from September 18, 1918, until Company was mustered out 
in June, 1919. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant January 1. 
1918. Promoted Captain November 1, 1918. Command 
of Company through Meuse-Argonne offensive. Cited in 
General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, and 
in General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry 
Brigade, for gallantry in action during St. Mihiel and 
Meuse-Argonne offensives. 

FiEST Lieutenants 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917, 1st Offi- 
cers' Training Camp. Went overseas with A Company. 
Command of Company during St. Mihiel offensive. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital about September 18, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15, 1917. Transferred out of Company 
April 21, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15, 1917. Promoted Captain November H, 
1918. Command of Company from December, 1917, 
through April, 1918. Cited in General Orders No. 1, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, for bravery in action. Bat- 
talion Adjutant 1st Battalion, 328th Infantry, Intelligence 
Officer 1st Battalion, 328th Infantry, May 1, 1918, through 
November 11, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp. Assigned to Company .August 29, 1918. Battalion 
Adjutant 1st Battalion, 328th Infantry, from about August 
29, through November 9, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
and transferred to S. 0. S. November 9, 1919. 



William M. Marsh, 

Williamstown, Ga. 



Robert E. Mason. 



Second Liei^texaxts 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15, 1917. Assigned to Company A August 
29, 1917. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant and returned from 
France as an Instructor about August 20, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant from 4th Officers' Train- 
ing Camp. Assigned to Regiment and Company about the 
7th of October, 1918. Severely wounded about October 
19th in action with the enemy by fragment of high ex- 
plosive. Awarded Distinguished Cross for extraordinary 
bravery in action on the date he was wounded. Trans- 
ferred same date to S. 0. S. Hospital and never returned 
to the Regiment. 



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Neill Jackson, 



DeLand, Fla. 



Transferred to 82nd Division from 31st Division as a 
1st Lieutenant about November 20, 1918. With Company 
until date it was mustered out of service. 



Albert G. Edwards, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Transferred to 82nd Division about November 20, 1918, 
and continued with Company A as 1st Lieutenant until 
the date it was mustered out of the U. S. service. 



CosTON, Or'^iHe. M. 
Blfmih^haiw^ Alabama. 



Walter L. Scales. 

Rockingham, N. C. 



Samuel Y. Jameson, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Sidney L. Poland, 



Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15, 1917. Assigned to Regiment and Com- 
pany A about the 15th of AprO, 1918. Went overseas 
with Company A. Served during the entire operations 
against the enemy until the 9th of October, when he was 
killed by a machine gun bullet when leading his platoon 
against the heights west of Cornay. Cited in General 
Orders No. 1. Headquarters 82nd Division, for gallantry 
in action against the enemy. Killed in action October 9, 
1918. near Cornay. Argonne Forrest, France. Buried in 
cemetery at Chatel Chehery, France. 

Transferred to 82nd Division and 328th Infantry about 
November 20. 1918. as a 2nd Lieutenant and served with 
the Company as such until mustered out of the service. 

Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp August 15. 1917. Assigned to Regiment about the 
1st of January. 1918. Served as Gas Officer of the 328th 
Infantry during the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensives. Severely wounded in action with the enemy 
about the 10th of October. 1918, at Chatel Chehery, 
France. Assigned to Company A in the spring of 1919. 



Colorado. 



Assigned to Company A 
vember 2. 1918. 



2nd Lieutenant about No- 



RoBERT C. Chapman, 

Mayfield, Ga. 



First Sergeant 

Joined Company September 7, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 20. 1917. Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant from .Sergeant April 23, 1918. 



William A. Hunt. 

Tiptonville, Tenn. 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Company September 9. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private October 17. 1917. Reduced from Cook to 
Private .April 23. 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Private 
April 24. 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant from Sergeant 
April 25. 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital August 
6. 1918. Rejoined Company September 18. 1918. 



Henry Erb. 

1706 Amsterdam Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Supply Sergeant 

Joined Company October 31. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant from Seraeant February 12. 1918. 



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Clarence Guillebeau, 

Maxim, Gi 



Joseph M. Gateley. 

Paris, Tenn. 



Robert D. Smith, Jr., 
296 S. Pryor St., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Leo M. Bright, 

R. F. D. No. 5, 

Hartstown, Pa. 

Christian Kreamer, 
403 S. 11th St., 

Newark, N. J. 



William H. Dietz, 
High St., 

Manchester, Pa. 

Frank D. Peters, 

1133 W. 13th St., 

Canton, Ohio. 



Frederick A. Baker, 

Chewsville, Md. 



Joseph A. Visconti, 
600 Miller St., 

Latrobe, Pa. 



Lucian H. Truitt, 

Madison, Ga. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company September 4, 1917. Transferred to 
Company from 17th Infantry as Sergeant. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant from Sergeant October 17. 1917. Course at 3rd 
Officers' Training School January 5, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany April 8, 1918. Resigned from 1st Sergeant February 
12, 1918. Sent to hospital from Eu, May 22, 1918. Ab- 
sent sick till July 18, 1918. Honorably discharged July 18, 
1918, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company September 9, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 20, 1917. Relieved from as- 
signment July 28, 1918, and returned to U. S. as instructor, 

Joined Company September 6. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 20. 1917. Course at 3rd Of- 
ficers' Training School January 5, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany April 5. 1918. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, 
to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. Transferred to Army 
Candidate School July 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 17. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private December 15, 1917. Relieved from 
assignment August 24, 1918, and returned to U. S. as in- 
structor. 

Joined Company October 19. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. 



Joined Company October 31. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15. 1917. Course 3rd Officers' 
Training School January 5, 1918. Rejoined Company 
April 5, 1918. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, to ac- 
cept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Soramerance, France, by shrapnel on October 14, 1918. 
Rejoined Company December 22, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private December 15. 1917. Gassed in action 
at Chatel Chehery October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company 
December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Honorably discharged 
July 18, 1918, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 



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Paul B. Barnes, 

Majestic Hotel, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

John J. Woodside, 

239 Edgewood Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Fred Schetlick, 

528 S. 11th St., 

Newark, N .J. 

William E. Flannigan, 
84 N. Main St., 

Terryville, Conn. 



George J. Starrett, 
3090 Middletown Road, 
Bronx, N. Y. 

Frederick W. Metzendorf, 
70 Hewes Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Culhane, 

32 Otis St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Leslie E. Young, 

Beach Haven, Pa. 

Sylvester Schmader, 

Snydersburg, Pa. 

Raymond I. Shank, 

Hagerstown, Md. 



Albert Snyder, 

Clear Spring, Md. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Honorably discharged 
July 18, 1918, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Honorably discharged 
July 18. 1918, to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal June 26, 1918. Transferred as Ser- 
geant to M. P. Company 243, December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal June 26, 1918. Gassed in action at Chatel Che- 
hery, France, October 9. 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital October 9, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal June 26, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal August 10, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal August 10, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Chatel Cheher>'. France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany October 20. 1918. at Sommerance, France. Wounded 
in action by machine gun bullet October 21, 1918, near 
Sommerance, France. Rejoined Company November 26, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital December 2. 1918. 
Rejoined Company January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal November 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Chatel 
Chehery, France, October 9. 1917. Rejoined Company 
October 16, 1918. 

Joined Company October 3, 1917. Appointed Cook from 
Private December 20, 1917. Reduced from Cook to Pri- 
vate January 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from 
Private February 12, 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class June 26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal November 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Chatel 
Chehery, France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company at 
Sommerance, France, October 20, 1918. 



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Guy Harris, 

203 E. Hugh St., 

Seymour, Ind. 

Rex M. Whitson, 

Seymour, Ind. 



William H. Fleming. 



Harold D. Lyles. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Sergeant. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Sergeant. Reduced from Sergeant to Private 
January 21, 1919. Appointed Sergeant from Private Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance, France, October 14. 1918. Re- 
joined Company November 25, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private 1st Class December 1, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital December 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Corporal. Appointed Sergeant from Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. 



James W. A. G. Harden, 

Vandiver, Tenn. 



Clarence H. Philips, 

Middletown, Pa. 



Corporals 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Transferred to 
Company as Corporal. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
September 9, 1918. Rejoined Company October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Transferred to 1st Corps 
School March 14. 1919. 



Ellvs F. Clay, 

Stonington, Conn. 



John F. Madigan, 

829 Ferren St., 

Portage, Pa. 

Charles W. Todt, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Littlestown, Pa. 



Arthur R. Smith, 

1034 W. Market St., 

York, Pa. 



Michael Keegan. 

430 E. 13th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joseph H. Hill, 

417 Freedom St., 
Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in action near 
Somm.erance, France, October 14, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
irom Private December 15, 1917. 



Joined Company October 19. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance, France, night of October 13. 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Transferred to British 
Hospital from Pende. France. June 7. 1918. Rejoined 
Company December 15. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near La Forge, France, October 7. 1918. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15. 1917. Taken prisoner at 
Cornav Fiance, October 9. 1918. 



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Charles L. Hammond, 
1994 Valentine Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Henry J. Meier, 

38 Halstead St., 

Newark, N. J. 

Frank T. Waldron, 
23 Bay Street, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

James F. Leo, 

349 S. 3rd St., 

Steelton, Fa. 



Ernest B. Allan, 

1001 S. Pell Ave., 

Normal, 111. 



Amos W. Cole, 



Fred W. Churchill, 

Fairbury, 111. 



Richard J. Debes, 

Columbia Ave., 

Raspbury, Md. 



Allen W. Green, 
7 West Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Elmer W. Mosier, 

211 N. Sangamon St., 

Lincoln, 111. 



James A. Murray, 
30 Quarry St., 

Princeton, N. J. 



Frank H. Barnette, 
201 East St., 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Joined Company October 31. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Gassed in action near 
Cornay, France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 22, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1918. Transferred to S. 
O. S. Hospital August 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal February 15. 1918. Reduced from Ser- 
geant to Private March 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class June 26, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance October 14, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance, France, night of October 13, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class June 26, 1918. Rejoined 
Company January 19, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. A. W. 0. L. September 26, 
1918, at Marbache, France. Returned to Company Feb- 
ruary 13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class June 26, 1918. Gassed 
in action at Chatel Chehery, France, October 9, 1918. Re- 
joined Company at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 10, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 7, 1918. 



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Frank A. Fleming, 

Wrens, Ga. 



Harry Hansen, 

454 9th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Antonio B. Basile, 

535 Main Street, 

Middletown, Conn. 

Leo H. Budreau, 
West End, 

Millbury, Mass. 

Raymond Pierson, 

Poseyville, Ind. 

Oscar V. Flint, 
Box 286, 
Livingston, Mont. 

William W. Nelson, 

Hopkins, Minn. 

George R. Konechne, 

Kimball, S. Dak. 

Willlvm R. Russell, 
303 Washington St., 

Trenton, N. J. 

Frank J. Mullen, 

182 Boynton St., 

Meadville, Pa. 



George W. Meeks, 

1401 W. Earner St., 

Frankfort, Ind. 

Charles P. Fritz, 

5211 W. 23rd Place, 

Cicero, 111. 



George H. Cook, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

Ellwood City, Pa. 



Guy S. Sickles, 

612 University Ave., 

Wichita, Kan. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 10, 1918. Wounded in action near 
Sommerance, France, night of October 13, 1918. Re- 
joined Company November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class August 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 



Transferred to Company as 



Joined November 9, 191J 
Corporal. 

Joined November 1, 1918. Transferred to Company as 
Corporal. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot Feb- 
ruary 25, 1919. Rejoined Company March 19, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. 
Company as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. 
Company as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 
poral from Private December 1, 1918. 



Transferred to 
Transferred to 
Appointed Cor- 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. A. W. 0. L. when Regi- 
ment embarked April 30, 1918. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to Com- 
pany as Bugler. Appointed Corporal from Bugler Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 13, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital September 3, 1918. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital August 15, 1918. Rejoined Company November 
1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private February 15, 
1919. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. 



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David W. Riblet, 

R. F. D. No. 7, 

Erie, Pa. 



Joined October 22, 1917. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company of Regiment January 18. 1918. Transferred as 
Corporal from Headquarters Company of Regiment Jan- 
uary 12, 1919. 



William G. Flack, 

Heuvelton, N. Y. 



Grant J. Ashburner, 

Trucksville, Pa. 



John Kemm, 

650 Wabash Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 



Fred Souter, 

19 Leonard St., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

George C. Roemel, 

Seymour, Ind. 

Ray Mahoney, 

307 W. Morrison St., 

Frankfort, Ind. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October 25. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private January 23, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital July 7, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private July 1, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital August 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Cook from 
Private July 1, 1918. Gassed in action near Noroy. 
France, September 14. 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Cook. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Cook. 

Joined Company January 12, 1919. Transferred to Com- 
pany as Cook. 



Clyd B. Bowen, 

2440 Lowetta Ave., 

Bahimore, Md. 



Charles H. Newgath, 
Ft. of Bav & 50th St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James V. Butler, 

142 Poplar St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Alfred J. Swanson, 
585 8th Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Willis R. Collum, 

Route No. 1, Lacon. Ala. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company October 1, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private December 12, 1917. Gassed in action near 
Sommerance, France, October 15, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private December 12, 1917. Transferred to M. P. 
Company 243 December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Appointed 
Mechanic from Private 1st Class April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic from Private March 15, 1918. A. W. O. L. Sep- 
tember 26, 1918. at Marbache, France. Returned to Com- 
pany December 10. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Mechanic. 



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Frederick C. Bethke, 

Rossville. Md. 



Mike W. Manno, 

Straight, Pa. 



BUGLEES 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private February 12, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 20. 1918. Rejoined Company December 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private February 12, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918, at Madieres. France. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same day. 



Pbivates and Privates Fiest Class 



Michael Ahern, 

125 Liberty St., 

Ansonia, Conn. 

Abram E. Alho. 

29 Nutting St., 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Ben H. Allen, Jr., 
207 Ray St., 

Griffin, Ga. 

Charles W. Allen, 
37 Tamarack St., 

Calumet, Mich. 
Hugh L. Allen, 

Huntingdon, Tenn. 

Frank Ambrose, 

Selma, Ala. 

Elmer C. Anderson, 
416 Fifth St., 

Rock Island, HI. 

LoNzo Anderson, 

Moline, Texas. 
John Ardery, 

New Bethlehem, Pa. 

Grant J. Ashburner, 

Trucksville, Pa. 



Frank E. Aubrey, 

47 Bell Ave., 
W. Springfield, Mass. 

Anthony Babecki, 

Genlain, Pa. 

Louis Bailey, 

R. F. D. No. 34, 

Peoria, 111. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917, Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel near La Forge, France. October 8, 1918. 
Rejoined Company November 20, 1918. 

Joined Company March 21, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company of Regiment January 18. 1919. 

Joined Company August 13, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment December 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital November 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Wounded in action by 
machine gun bullet near Sommerance, France, October 21, 
1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 



Joined Company February 14. 1919. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Reduced from Pri- 
vate 1st Class to Private June 22. 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Appointed 
Cook from Private 1st Class July 1. 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital August 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment January 18, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



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Joseph J. Baird, 

Everson, Pa. 

Louis Bannie, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Louis Base, 

Brockway, Mont. 

Albert W. Beichner, 

Shippenville, Pa. 

Manuel Berzak, 

526 Hudson Ave., 
W. New York, N. J. 

Frank Birmingham, 
450 E. 145th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Rea W. Black, 



Joined Company February 14, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot March 13, 1919. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel near La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel near La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Herbert A. Boller, 

Fort Collins, Colo. 

Lawrence Bologna, 
28 Madison St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Salvatore Bonanno, 
173 Ave. A, 

New York, N. Y. 

Charles Boyce, 
Pleasantville Village, N. Y. 

John W. Briggs, 

Woodbine, Iowa. 



Charles E. Brown, 

Winchester, Va. 

George A. Bruce, 

15 Lincoln St., 

Milford, Mass. 

John S. Burnett, 

Pollard, Ala. 

William R. Burt, 

382 N. Oak St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Richard Burton, 

Hyde, Md. 

Angelo Butero, 

179 Troutman St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital September 4, 1918. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Transferred to D 
Company of Regiment February 9, 1919. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. 



Joined Company April 12, 1918. Killed in action near 
Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 21, 1918. 



Joined Company October 31, 1918. 
Joined Company October 26, 1917. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. Transferred 
10 S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Cornay, France, by shrapnel October 9, 1918. Trans 
fcrred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 



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169 



John J. Buzas, 

31 Lawrence St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

ViNCENZO CaRINO, 

628 President St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Henry W. Carlson, 

Welch, Minn. 



Hilding Carlstedt, 
4318 Eate St., 

Denver, Colo. 

Andree U. Carrie, 

555 Marian St., 

Mobile, Ala. 

Edward L. Casimir, 
50 Levin St., 

Newport, R. L 

Valredian Charnosayatz, 
17 Wose St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Luther S. Childs, 

Troy, Ala. 

William S. Chavanne, 
2310 Cross St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

WiLLLVM A. Coleman, 

Sabinal, Texas. 

Frank P. Cougam, 
176 Boyd St., 

Winsted, Conn. 



Cyrill D. H. Collett, 
110 Derussey St., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Thomas J. Comisky, 
14 Thompson St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

James Conlon, 

Great Neck, L. L, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
near La Forge, France, by shrapnel October 7, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Wounded 
in action near Sommeraiice, France, by machine gun bul- 
let October 21, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital 
same day. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 14, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel night of October 
13, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital August 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. A. W. 0. L. when 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 1918. 
Wounded by machine gun bullet near Sommerance, 
France. October 14, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same day. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital August 28, 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital February 27, 
1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. A. W. 0. L. when 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company May 26, 1918. 
Wounded in action at Fleville, France, by shrapnel night 
of October 12, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
same day. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
near La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. A. W. 0. L. when 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. .Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



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Peter Connolly. 

190 Sixth St., 

S. Boston, Mass. 

Antonio C. Contakis, 

Crete, Greece. 



Dick S. Cordatas, 

89 E. Elizabeth St., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Alvin F. Cornelly, 
142 Magnolia St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Harold P. Corris, 

103 Woodward St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



DoMiNicK Costa, 

Dunwoodie, N. Y. 

Elmer Couch, 

Neosko, Mo. 



Ernest J. Crisp, 



Shaw, Ga. 

Chester L. Croft. 

Pavo, Ga. 

Brady Cross, 

Blountville, Tenn. 

Michael Currin, 

28 Charles St., 

Newport, R. I. 

Ernest Curtner, 

Creol Springs, 111. 

Thomas W. Daniel, 

Meansville, Ga. 



Warren S. Davey, 

Central City, Colo. 



Willie C. Davidson, 

Trenton, Tenn. 



Eliace a. Davis, 

Little Rock, Ark. 



Clarence L. Day, 

Loachapoka, Ala 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance. France, by shell fire October 15, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 10, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital September 10. 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Qass from Private February 12, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private August 10, 1918. On S. D. at 
Regimental Headquarters September 8. 1918. to December 
1. 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 
Joined Company February 14. 1919. 
Joined Company December 19. 1917. 



Joined Company December 19, 1917. Transferred 
S. O. S. Hospital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near La Forge. France, October 7, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company February 9, 1918. Transferred to Hos- 
pital on Transport Grampian May 16, 1918. Rejoined 
Company December 31, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital September 4. 1918. Rejoined Company Decem- 
ber 15. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company April 18. 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 13. 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same day. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



William V. DeBolt, 

Berne, Ind. 

William Dechent, 
3717 Osgood St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Alvie R. DeLoach, 

Bleweeville, Ga. 

F. D. Demonstrante, 

Feridia, Italy. 

Fred Dennis, 

Gaastra, Mich. 

Albert J. Derosia, 

Dayville, Conn. 



Robert Dohleman, 

Cayuga, 111. 

John H. Dolmage, 

476 Arnett Blvd., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Charles Doxey, 

Westbury, L. I., N. Y. 

John F. Dray, 



Peoria, 111. 

Joel F. Dunbar, 

Chuckey, Tenn. 

Harm J. Dykehouse, 

Bradley, Mich. 

Wayne W. Echard, 

Louiston, 111. 

Ralph A. Edw.ards, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

William J. Eisenhardt, 
435 Sixth St., 
West New York, N. Y. 

Phillip Ellis, 

212 Belgrove Drive, 

Kearney, N. J. 

John J. Farrell. 

204 S. 4th St., 

Harrison, N. Y. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. Transferred 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1917. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital August 6, 1918. Rejoined Company Oc- 
tober 30. 1918. Transferred to Headquarters Company of 
Regiment January 18. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Transferred 
S. O. S. Hospital July 27, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 
Joined Company November 9. 1918. 



Joined Company February 14. 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 13. 1917. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
St Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pr 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 



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Joseph W. Fendley, 

Ocilla, Ga 



Michael K. Flick. 

Scotch Hill, Pa. 



John J. Franklin, 

747 N. Y. Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Irving L. Funkenstein, 
2424 8 1-2 Ave., 

Rock Island, 111. 

James Gallagher, 

124 Norman Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

LuiGi Gallucci, 

425 E. 118th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Harry Garfinkle, 

85 Brewen St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Joe F. Caskien, 

Douglas, Ga. 



Napoleon Gaudette, Jr., 
1 Parent St., 
Spencer, Mass. 

Oliver Gaudette, 

40 Mechanic St., 

Spencer, Mass. 

Salvatore Gioe, 

928 Flushing Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Louis Glick, 

98 Madison St., 

Passaic, N. J. 

William H. Gohn, 

Hillman, Pa. 



Stanley Golab, 

41 August St., 

Rochester, N. Y, 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
26, 1918. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot Feb- 
ruary 23. 1919. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Killed in ac- 
tion near Comay, France, by machine gun bullet October 
9, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 7, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
same day. Rejoined Company November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Taken prisoner by 
enemy October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company January 9, 
1919. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
near LaForge, France, October 7, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany March 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 31, 1917. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Killed in action near 
Sommerance, France, night of October 13, 1918, by shrap- 
nel. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, October 25, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 



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Morris Goldaper, 
407 Kipp St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harry Goldin, 

111 E. 112th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Thomas Gooch, 

Bennis, Tenn. 

Hartley M. Gorham, 
267 E. Street, 

S. Boston, Mass. 

Jacob Grossman, 

503 Howard Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alvin W. Grove, 

58 Bushno St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Julius Guttman, 

241 Linden St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John B. Haddock, 

Kingsland, Ga. 

William L. Handley, 

Townsend, Tenn. 

James W. Hannah, 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 



James H. Harkness, 
545 E. Waldburg St., 

Savannah, Ga. 

Bernard Harold, 

Marble Rock, Iowa. 

Jesse Harris, 

Sanderson, Fla. 

Ralph Head, 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 



William J. Higgins, 
45 Water St., 

Stonington, Conn. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital October 7, 1918. 



Joined Company April 12, 1918. A. W. 0. L. Septem- 
ber 26, 1918, at Marbache, France. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Wounded 
in action near LaForge, France, by shrapnel October 7, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Qass from Private August 13, 1918. Severely 
■wounded in action at Sommerance, France, night of Octo- 
ber 13, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Wounded in ac 
tion near Cornay, France, by shrapnel October 10, 1918 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0, 
S. Hospital October 28, 1918. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 26, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action at 
LaForge, France, October 7, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9. 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 10. 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel at Sommerance, France, night of October 13, 
1918. Rejoined Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital October 10, 1918. 



History of Three Hladred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company October 25. 1917. 



Edward Hunker, Jr., 

Winsted, Conn. 

William G. Ivey, 

Talladega, Ala. 

Pasquale Izzo, 

433 Hallett St., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Walter Jablonski, 
212 N. Terry St., 

Dayton, Ohio. 

William H. James, 

8 Cozzens Court, 

Newport, R. I. 

Eddie D. Johnson, 

Kite, Ga. 

Herbert 0. Johnson, 

Roxbury, Conn. 

Joseph B. Johnson. 

Hilton. Ga. 

Mark Jones, 

Dandridge, Tenn. 

Morris Kalikow. 

497 Van Sickle Ave.. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Laurence D. Karns, 

Boulder, Colo. 

Arthur Keady, 

32 Leighton Ave., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

George W. A. Kennedy. 

Lake Placid, N! Y. 

Jesse J. Klinkkammer, 

Sibley, Iowa. 



Joseph Kurowski, 

164 Parker St., 
Cheektowagon, N. Y. 



Jacob Kyker, 

Jonesboro. Tenn. 

Albert Lagace. 

36 Water St., 

Danielson. Conn. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
near LaForge. France, by slrrapnel October 8. 1918. Re- 
joined Company January 6, 1919. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25. 1917. 

Joined Company February 9. 1918. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment June 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12. 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company Octo- 
ber 30. 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 13, 1918. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance. by shrapnel night of October 13. 1918. 
Rejoined Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. A. W. 0. L. 
when Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24. 
1918. Wounded in action at Sommerance. by shrapnel 
October 13. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same 
day. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
December 15. 1917. Reduced to Private December 1. 1918. 



Kristian Larson, 

Osage, Iowa. 

Robert L. Lee, 

Springville, Tenn. 

Robert H. Lees, 

Versailles, Mo. 



Lewis F. Leisinger, 

Portland, Mo 



Fred Lenz, 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Washburn, 111. 



Joseph Lesko, 

148 Clinton St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Rolley C. Long, 

Plainville, Ind. 

Millard F. Lillard, 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Harry Lipschitz, 

49 Maiden Lane, 

New York, N. Y. 



Levi Lock, 



Ely, Minn. 



Hunt. Texas. 



Tr,\vis C. Long, 

Rocky Ford, Ga. 

Benjamin Loshin, 

562 Stone Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harley Loving, 

1926 Dixwell St., 

Davenport, Iowa. 

William L. McBride, 

Middletown, Tenn. 

Howard McCarley, 

Sherman, Texas. 

Joseph T. McCarthey, 

Derby, Conn. 

Edward McJunkins, 

Houlka, Miss. 



. Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 10. 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 13. 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Transferred to 
Hospital June 1, 1918. Rejoined Company July 15, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital October 7. 1918. Re- 
joined Company November 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private August 10, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital September 15. 
1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company December 13. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



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Earl McKee, 

King St., 

Chadron, Neb. 

Michael J. McMahon, 
612 Oakland Ave., 

Peoria, 111. 

Arie McPherson, 

Cliffier, Ga. 

Michael Makon, 

14 Warren Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Walter Malewski, 
188 Van Loon St., 

Plymouth, Pa. 

JOSEFFE MaNGIONE, 

348 Trenton Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Fiore Marchegione, 

Montebonna, Italy. 

Charles Marotta, 

162 Powers St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph A. Marte, 

422 E. 159 St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Jodie Martin, 

Magnolia, Ala. 

Calorio Mase, 

29 Winchester Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Mazonkey, 
632 E. 14th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John Mikolonis, 

128 Reed St., 

DuBois, Pa. 

Charley C. Miller, 

Buckville, Ark. 

Elmer H. Miller, 

Danville, 111. 

Louis Miller. 

385 S. 3rd St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 12, 1918. Transferred to British 
Hospital May 18, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Killed in action at 
Somraerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital September 13, 1918. Rejoined Company 
December 22, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel at La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. Re- 
joined Company October 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 14, 
1918. Rejoined Company December 6, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private December 15, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment September 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Accidentally wound- 
ed in knee by pistol bullet July 24, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital July 26, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



John F. Mitchell, 

Some Harakta, Greece. 



Abraham Mitnick, 
176 E. 101 St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Mancil Monk. 

Midland City, Ala. 

Eugene C. Montague, 
405 Van Buren St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carl G. Moore, 

Buchanan, Ga. 

James C. Moore, 

Schamberville, Miss. 

Henry H. Morgan, 
208 .5th St., 

Vienna, Ga. 

Edward S. Mullen, 

Philipsburg, Mont. 

Thomas E. Mullen, 
Carley Ave., 
Long Island, N. Y. 

John E. Murray, 

Petutuma, Cal. 

Richard V. Napolie, 

Locust Valley, N. Y. 

Emanuel Natalino, 
1132 1st Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Arthur Nies, 



Meadville, Pa. 



BURRELL P. NOLEN, 

Elba, Ala. 

John W. Norman, 

New Market, Ala. 



Thomas O'Brien, 

Boston, Mass. 



Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital August 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1917. 



Joined Company December 19, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 7, 1918, near LaForge. France. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 



1919. Transferred to 



Joined Company February 14. 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private- 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance, France, by shell fire October 20, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 



Joined Company November 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15. 1917. Appointed Sergeant June 26. 1918. 
Reduced to Private January 31. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance. France, by machine gun bullet Oc- 
tober 21. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. A. W. 0. L. when 
Regiment embarked. On duty at LaHavre, France. Re- 
joined Company December 4, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 21. 1918. 
Rejoined Company November 28. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion at Sommerance, France, by shell fire October 15, 
1918. Rejoined Company October 29, 1918. 



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William P. O'Brien, 
119 3rd St., 
Sou. Boston, Mass. 



Nicholas Olesuk, 
140 E. 118th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John M. Olson, 

Fergus Falls, Minn. 

George S. Pate, 

714 Bates Street, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Aron H. Peeler, 

Cedar Grove, Ga. 

Otto Peterschefsky, 
43 2nd Street, 

Seymour, Ind. 



Charles W. Pierce. 
36 E. 5th Ave., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Walter L. Pool, 

Baldwin, Ga. 



Meyer Posnonsky, 
188 S. 2nd St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Abner L. Poston, 

Recovery, Ga. 

Robert C. Prince, 

Oxley, W. Va. 

Adam A. Quick, 

Hanceville, Ala. 

Gasper Raymond, 

27 Washington St., 

Albion, N. Y. 



Marian F. Reddick, 

Sardis, Ga- 



RoBERT H. Reed, 

Lindale, Ga. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. A. W. 0. L. when 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 1918. 
A. W. O. L. and dropped from Company February 23, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. A. W. O. L. when 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 1918. 



Joined Company April 12, 1918. 
Joined Company August 12, 1918. 



Joined Company February 9, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 10, 1918. Reduced to Private January 31, 1919. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 26, 1918. Reduced to Private January 31, 1919. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Killed in action near 
Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 15, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel. Rejoined Com- 
pany December 22, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. 



Joined Company November 18, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. A. W. O. 
L. when Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 
24, 1918. Wounded in action near Sommerance, France, 
by shell fire October 17, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
at LaForge, France, by shrapnel October 7, 1918. Rejoin- 
ed Company March 19, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment June 25, 1918. 



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Russell Rhodus, 

810 S. Hannah St., 

Bloomington, 111. 

Frank Rienzi, 

248 Lincoln St., 

Garfield, N. J. 

Elzie D. Rigdon, 

Alma, Ga. 



Thomas J. Roche, 
Lane Avenue, 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

Allen Rodgers, 

Lenox, Tenn. 

Edward Rossi, 

Arpias, Italy. 

Luigi Rossi, 

465 Helen St., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Thomas Rosson, 



Rome, Ga 



James E. Rutherford, 

Geneva, Ga. 



Angelo Salemo, 

425 E. 118th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Nathaniel R. Saner, 

Rossville, Md. 



Guiseppe Scerbo, 

401 3rd Street, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Willie F. Schaefer, 

Moody, Texas. 

William Schleuter, 
1326 S. 56th Court St., 

Cicero, 111. 

Charles Schmidt, 

921 Cass Avenue, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Louis F. Schmidt, 
33 Syke St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
at LaForge, France, by shrapnel October 8, 1918. Re- 
joined Company December 21, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. A. W. 0. L. September 
26, 1918, at iMarbache, France. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital October 31, M»18. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company January 25, 
1919. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
at LaForge, France, by shrapnel October 8, 1918. Re- 
joined Company December 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. A. W. O. L. 
September 26, 1918, at Marbache, France. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. A. W. 0. L. 
when Regiment embarked. Rejoined September 10, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital November 30, 1918. 



Harry B. Schroll, 

Newville, Pa. 



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Joined Company November 15, 1917. 

BennO ScHUM, Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Iversdale, HI. 

Henry Schwabe, 

656 Bridge St., 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Lee R. F. Schwartz, 

Mt. Carmen, N. D. 

Coy L. Scott, 



Newton, Mo. 

John J. Segale, 

1634 N. Wells St., 

Chicago, ni. 

Robert W. P. Selb, 

South Stillwater, Minn. 

Dallas L. Shannon, 

Springfield, Tenn. 



Nathan Shannon, 

Rushville 



Card L. Shaw. 



Trenton, Mo. 



Timothy Shea. 



Castletown, Ireland. 



Sherrill V. Shelton, 
44 Myrtle Street. 

Denton, Texas. 

Daniel Shroll. 

New Holland, Pa. 



Ollie 0. Shular, 

Ironton, Mo. 

Rudolph H. Sievert, 
3834 W. North Ave., 

Chicago. 111. 

August Silicki, 

132 Poplar St., 

Plymouth, Pa. 

Sanford I. Simmons, 

Silverton, Texas. 



Joined Company April 24, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
1. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital August 28, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 18. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1918. Transferred to 
Hospital June 23, 1918. Rejoined Company September 18, 
1918. Killed in action near Sommerance, France, by 
shell fire October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance. France, by shrapnel October 21, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. Died of 
bronchitis in hospital December 28, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion at LaForge, France, by shrapnel October 8. 1918. 
Rejoined Company November 25, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Max C. Simon, 

Mason, Texas. 

Granville Smith. 

Dover, Pa. 

Maryan M. Smolenski, 

Hamtrack, Micb. 

Joshua Sorrells, 

Cooperstown, 111. 

VlNCENZO SpADOLA, 

265 S. Main St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

WiLLLua N. Spallone, 
419 Washington Ave., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Thomas Spillane, 

660 E. 5th St., 

Sou. Boston, Mass. 



WiLLLAM J. Stuart, 
9 Wooster St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Angelo Starvas, 

Castro, Greece. 

James C. Stansell, 

Lafayette, Ga. 



Abe Steinberg, 

Vavvasha, Russia. 



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Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



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Virgil Tarozzi, 

Box 45, Vine Road, 

Vineland, N. J. 

Thomas M. Teabeaut, 
64 Springdale Road, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Frank Testa. 

324 S. Main St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Cyrill Timmerman, 
42 Lorman, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Otto C. Tischer, 

314 S. Kenwood Ave., 

Austin, Minn. 



Joined Company October 19. 1917. Killed in action near 
Cornay, France, October 9, 1918. 



Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Priv 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company March 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital October 8. 1918. Rejoined Company 
October 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 23, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 3, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. 

Joined Company February 9, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 21, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Killed in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 26, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company Jime 23, 1918. Killed in action near 
•Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 14, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital October 8. 1918. Rejoined Company October 
29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



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Otto A. Tyler Joined Company March 26, 1918. 

261 Water St., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

William Vandelister, 

Wallington, N. Y. 

Howard Van Order, 
730 Parcells Ave., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Gaetano Veneruso, 
139 Willard St., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Angelo Vigland, 

658 Gackett St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Raffaele Viglione, 
695 Barnum Ave., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Everett P. Watson, 
Western Ave., 

Essex, Mass. 

Thomas J. Watson, 
113 Rayple St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Saul D. Weinstein, 
93 Lexington Ave., 

Albany, N. Y. 



Louis D. Weinstein, 
331 Madison St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Clifford H. Wells, 

Danville, Va. 

John M. Westbrook, 

Liberty, Miss. 

Harry J. Wilde, 

172 8th Street, 

Sou. Boston, Mass. 

Lee R. Williams, 

Jasper, Fla. 

Edward F. Willig, 
304 91st St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance, France, by shrapnel October 13, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 12, 1918. Transferred 
to Headquarters Company of Regiment June 23, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance. October 15, 1918. Rejoined Company 
January 17, 1919. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Transferred to 157 
Depot Brigade, April 20, 1918. Rejoined Company July 
25, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
at La Forge, France, by shrapnel October 7, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company 
October 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 12, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel 
at LaForge, France, October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company 
November 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 12, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital October 8. 1918. Rejoined Company November 
1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 23, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded by shell 
fire at Sommerance, France, night of October 13, 1918. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Transferred to S. 
O. S. Hospital October 10, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 26, 1918. 



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183 



Ray L. Wilson, 

North Terre Haute, Ind. 

Spiridon Wolinetz, 
270 Sakamans St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ivan W. Wright, 

Gralton, Ohio. 

Arthur Xiques, 

562 Monroe St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DOMINICK ZaBRITZKY, 

N. Y. and Bristol Aves., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Walter J. Zielinski, 
62 Agnes Street, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Charles Zlatolavek, 
409 72nd St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Mike Zukoskie, 



DuBois, Pa. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. A. W. 0. L. wlien 
Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital September 4, 1918. Rejoined Company January 
24, 1919. 

Joined Company January 18, 1919. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. A. W. O. L. 
when Regiment embarked. Rejoined Company June 24, 
1918. Wounded in action near Cornay, France, by 
grenade. Rejoined Company December 30, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital February 23, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class August 13, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment June 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 27, 1917. 



EOSTER OF OFFICERS WHO HAVE BEEN CONNECTED 
WITH COMPANY B, 328TH INFANTRY 



Richard Douglas, 

Stonleigh Court, 

Washington, D. C. 



Edgar B. Dunlap, 

Gainesville, Ga. 



Charles W. Turpie. 

Frank J. Ronan. 

William Gunn, 

U. S. Army (or) 

Portland, Ore. 



Captains 

Assigned to Command of Company August 28, 1917. 
Relieved of assignment to Company March 10, 1918. Re- 
assigned to command of Company June 10, 1918. Wound- 
ed in action October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near 
Chatel Chehery. Evacuated to Hospital same date. 

Assigned to Company April 20, 1918. Commanding 
Company to May 24, 1918, when he was relieved of as- 
signment to Company and assigned to command of Head- 
quarters Troop, 82nd Division. 

Commanding Company from April 12. 1918, to April 20, 
1918. 

Attached to and in command of Company from May 28, 
1918, to June 6, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 7, 1918. Commanding 
Company to January 7, 1919. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Charles M. Day, 

925 South 18th St., 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Nelson W. Edens, 

Clio, S. C. 



Thomas E. RoifAL, 

285 East College St., 

Oberlin, Ohio 



First Lieutenants 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 28, 1917. In command of 
Company from March 11, 1918, to March 18, 1918, and 
from May 24, 1918, to May 26, 1918. Sick in Hospital 
from May 26, 1918, to June 15, 1918. Appointed Regi- 
mental Gas Officer June 22, 1918. Relieved of duty as 
Regimental Gas Officer August 12, 1918. Special duty as 
Battalion Gas Officer September 3, 1918, to September 12, 
1918. Commanding Company from October 8, 1918. to 
November 7, 1918, and from January 7, 1919, to present 
date. Cited for gallantry in action per General Order No. 
1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 1919. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Assigned 
to Company December 15, 1917. Commanding Company 
May 26, 1918, to May 28, 1918, and from June 7, 1918, to 
June 10, 1918. On Special Duty at Automatic Rifle School 
June 26, 1918, to July 6. 1918. Wounded in action at 
Chatel Chehery October 9, 1918, and evacuated to Hos- 
pital same date. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917; 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Special Duty at Mus- 
ketry School June 2, 1918, to June 13, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 14, 1918, by machine gun bullet near Som- 
merance, France. Evacuated to Hospital same date. Re- 
turned to duty with Company December 19. 1918. Regi- 
mental Athletic Officer since that date. 



A. G. Eritzland. 



William L. Freeland, 

Terra Alta, W. Vj 



Attached to and in command of Company from March 

18, 1918, to April 12, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant May 1, 1916; 1st Lieu- 
tenant April 25, 1918. Assigned to Company November 

19. 1918. 



Clark Dunn, 

Whitney Bank Bldg., 
c/o John K. Ridgely, 

New Orleans, La. 



Emmett 0. Cabaniss, 

Athens, Ga. 



Hugh P. Frere. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917; 1st 
Lieutenant November 11, 1918. Assigned to Company 
August 29, 1917. On Special Duty at Machine Gun School 
May 30, 1918, to June 10, 1918. On Special Duty at Au- 
tomatic Rifle School June 26, 1918. to July 6, 1918. On 
Special Duty as Battalion Scout and Intelligence Officer 
August 30, 1918, to November 19, 1918. Relieved from 
assignment to Company November 19, 1918, and appointed 
1st Battalion Scout and Intelligence Officer. 

Attached to Company July 24, 1918. Assigned Septem- 
ber 6, 1918. Wounded October 9, 1918, by shrapnel at 
Chatel Chehery and evacuated to Hospital same date. Ap- 
pointed 1st Lieutenant November 11, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 7, 
service November 20, 1918. 



1918. 



Detached 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Second Lieutexants 



George S. Candler. 

Joseph J. K. B. Hare, 
7819 Kelly St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

John D. McKibben. 

Julian R. Hirshberg. 

E. P. Vermillion. 

P. F. B. KOENIG. 

Roland H. Reed, 

79 Newkirk St., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Joseph M. Quinn, 

Fort Meyer, Va. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 6, 1917, to March 20, 1918. 

Assigned to Company February 18, 1918. Special Duty 

at Trench Mortar School May 27, 1918, to June 16, 1918. 

On Detached Service June 16, 1918, to August 14, 1918, 
when lie was relieved of assignment to Company. 

Assigned to Company September 6, 1917, to January 14, 
1918. 

Assigned to Company from September 6. 1917, to Feb- 
ruary 18, 1918. when he was transferred to Company D, 
of Regiment. 

Attached to Company May 26, 1918, to June 1. 1918. 

Attached to Company May 26. 1918, to June 1. 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October 1. 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 23, 1918, 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October 1, 1918. At- 
tached to Company since October 19, 1918. 



ROSTER OF ENLISTED MEN WHO HAVE SERVED 
WITH COMPANY B, 328TH INFANTRY 



DeWitt 0. Morgan, 

Seneca, S. C. 



George F. Dugger, 

Elizabethton, Tenn. 

Henry J. Kozlark, 

c/o Mrs. E. J. Ahearn, 
Amenia, Duchess Co., N. Y. 



Evans J. Poffenberger, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Sharpsburg, Md. 



First Sergeants 

Joined Company as Sergeant September 6, 1917. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant October 1, 1917. Transferred to 
Army Candidates' School at Langres, France, July 24, 
1918, and later commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company as 1st Sergeant April 19, 1918. Hon- 
orably discharged July 18, to accept commission as 2nd 
Lieutenant. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
June 13, 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant July 25, 1918. 
Severely wounded September 18. 1918, by shrapnel at 
Pont-a-Mousson. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital Sep- 
tember 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
July 24. 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant October 1, 1918. 



Glenn A. Campbell, 
R. F. D. No. 4, 

Martell, Tenn. 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Company September 21, 1917. Appointed Cook 
October 1. 1917. Appointed Mess Sergeant October 20, 
1917. 



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Benjamin T. Woodh.-um, 
101 West End Ave., 

Macon, Ga. 



James F. Anderson, 

Blue Ridffe, Ga. 



Jabus B. Roberts, 

Monticello, Ga. 



Russell J. Baker, 

East Bangor, Pa. 



Louis D. Bell, 

Laytonsville, Md. 



Mike Uhus, 



Eleanore, Pa. 



Charles R. Crawford, 

Williamsport, Md. 



Enoch Rogers, 

35 Apple St., 

Larcksville, Pa. 



James B. Newcomer, 



Halfway, Md. 



William Jones, 

1918 Broadway, 

Camden, N. J. 



Supply Sekgeant 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. 
geant from Private October 20, 1917. 
Sergeant October 20, 1917. 



Appointed Ser- 
Appointed Supply 



Seegeants 

Joined Company September 6. 1917. Appointed from 
Private October 20, 1917. Appointed Mess Sergeant Octo- 
ber 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February 1, 1918. 
Transferred to Army Candidates' School at Langres, 
France, July 24, 1918. Rejoined Company October 15, 
1918. 

Joined Company September 7, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private October 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
November 19, 1917. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, 
to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Appointed Sergeant De- 
cember 15, 1917. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, to 
accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Appointed Sergeant De- 
cember 15, 1917. Honorably discharged July 18, 1918, to 
accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19. 1917. Appointed Sergeant De- 
cember 15, 1917. Killed in action October 14, 1918, near 
Sommerance by machine gun bullet. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Appointed Sergeant De- 
cember 15, 1917. Transferred to S. O. S Hospital July 
19, 1917. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Appointed Sergeant Jan- 
uary 1, 1918. Accidental self-inflicted wound in calf of 
leg at Norroy September 14, 1918. Dropped to S. O. S. 
Hospital October 3, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
February 1, 1918. Killed in action by shrapnel Septem- 
ber 18, 1918, at Pont-a-Mousson. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917, Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant February 1, 1918. Wounded October 7, 1918. by 
shrapnel at La Forge. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
October 7, 1918. 



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187 



Adolphus J. DeRosia, 
9 Grace Ave., 
Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

Henry W. Crampton, 

Sharpsburg, Md. 



Ray Russell, 

8110-A Church Road, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Charles Cratsley, 

Terry, Mont. 

Alexander J. Van Wart, 
12 Bank St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 25. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
February 1-, 1918. Returned to United States as instructor 
August 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. .Appointed Sergeant 
June 21, 1918. Acute conjunctivitis in action on Octo- 
ber 20, 1918, at Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 20, 1918. 

Joined Company as Sergeant November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company as Sergeant January 12, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant July 24, 1918. Sick in Hospital from September 
27, 1918, to October 20, 1918. 



Frederick W. Neubaum, 
391 S. Front St., 

Steelton, Pa. 

James C. Gardiner, 

Rockville, Md. 



Ralph W. Northup, 
6 Mann Ave., 

Wickford, R. I. 



David C. Smith, 

Fairplay, Md. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
July 24, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
July 24, 1918. Transferred to Army Candidates School 
October 1, 1918. Student at Army Candidates School 
when .'Vrmistice was signed. Rejoined Company January 
1st, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant July 28, 1918. Relieved from assignment to Di- 
vision and returned to the United States as instructor 
July 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant .Au- 
gust 1. 1918. Gun shot wound in action October 8. 1918, 
at La Forge. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 8, 
1918. 



Antonio Sicari. 



Coroh^^ L.t.^N.^ 



Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Au- 
gust 10, 1918. Killed in action by shrapnel October 7, 
1918. at Hill 223, near Chatel Chehery. 



Homer M. Clarke. 
Narwcod^ N.Y. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral June 13. 1918. Appointed Sergeant September 1, 
1918. Killed in action by shrapnel on October 7, 1918, on 
Hill 223, near Chatel Chehery. 



History of Three Hu.ndred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Eugene Kozak, 

200 Astoria Ave., 
Corona, L. I., N. Y. 



Harmon H. Croft, 

Berlin, Ga. 



Patrick LoPriore, 
23 Dayton St., 

Westerly, R. I. 

Theora T. Willey, 
230 Richland St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Carl C. Roller, 

160 Adam St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Richard Schwarzenberg, 
Middlesex Co., 
SayreviUe, N. J. 



Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Octo- 
ber 1, 1918. Slightly wounded and gassed on October 9. 
1918, in action near La Forge. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 9. 1918. Rejoined Company January 5, 
1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Novem- 
ber 5, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private June 13. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company as Corporal November 9. 1918. 
pointed Sergeant November 15, 1918. 



Ap- 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Private 1st Class December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
November 15. 1918. Appointed Sergeant February 15, 
1919. 



Earle a. Myers, 

100 W. 94th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

WiLLUM J. Quirk, 

62 Calvary St., 

Waltham, Mass. 



Samuel Suchman, 

600 West 165th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



William R. Schroeppel, 
322 Carlton St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

John F. Barnable, 
249 W. 15th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Samuel Finkle. 



59 Allen St., 

Boston, Mass. 



COEPORALS 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 19, 1917. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital August 17, 1918. Rejoined Company October 20, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Gassed in action Octo- 
ber 15, 1918, near Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 15, 1918. Rejoined Company Decem- 
ber 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Gassed in action Sep- 
tember 14, 1918, at Norroy. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital September 14, 1918. Rejoined Company Novembei 
18. 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor 
poral from Private February 1, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital September 11. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Corpora] 
from Private February 1. 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment September 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15. 1918. Killed in action by 
rifle bullet on September 5. 1918. near Pont-a-Mousson. 



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John Messina, 

504 East 7th St., 

Sou. Boston, Mass. 



Albert C. Temples. 



Herman B. Servin, 

Dassel, Minn. 

Alvy R. Harrington, 

Glendale, Ky. 

Patrick Prior, 

496 E. 189th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



John L. Driver, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

Mason, Tenn. 

Harry C. Fleener, 

Taopi, Minn. 

Hugh L. Harris, 

Brad en, Tenn. 



John E. Richburg, 

Opp, Ala. 



Hugh Campbell, 

Lower Citv. Ohio. 



Michael J. Murphy, 
24 McAllister St., 

Newport, R. I. 



Joined Company November 24. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1918. Severely wounded in 
left hand by grenade in action near Somraerance on Octo- 
ber 13. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 
U, 1918. 

Joined Company September 6. 1917, as Corporal. Re- 
duced to Private October 27, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1918. Attached to 157th Depot Brigade. Camp 
Gordon, from April 16. 1918, to May 3, 1918. Rejoined 
Company July 18, 1918. Reduced to Private May 10, 
1918. Appointed Corporal August 1, 1918. Severely 
wounded in action at Pont-a-Mousson on September 18, 
1918, by shrapnel. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same 
date. Later reported as having died of wounds. 



Joined Company April 7 
from Private June 13, 1918. 



Joined Company April 11, 
from Private June 13, 1918. 



1917. .\ppointed Corporal 



Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral August 20. 1918. Wounded in right arm by shrapnel 
in action near Chatel Chehery October 7, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company 
November 19. 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Wounded by high explosive 
shell October 7. 1918, in action on Hill 223, near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 7. 1918. .Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 1. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital July 28, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. .Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1. 1918. Wounded October 7. 1918. 
by machine gun bullet in action on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company .April 18. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Oc- 
tober 1, 1918. Captured by enemy October 7. 1918. Re- 
joined Company January 8, 1919. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. .Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Gassed in action October 
15, 1918, near Sommerance, Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. Rejoined Company December 17. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private October 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 14. 1918. by shrapnel near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Edward N. Johnson, 
785 N. Seminary St. 
Galesburg, 



Albert Martinson. 



LoY C. Shebat, 

Wabasha, Minn. 



Jack Siegel. 

Burt West, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Cairo, Ga. 



A. P. Woody, 



Acworth, Ga. 



Frank Witek, 

131 Playter St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Workman, 

New Hope, Pa. 



Frank Panepinto, 
98 7th St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Edward Keller, 

884 Jefferson St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Joseph McCulley, 

Rt. No. 1, 

Atco, N. J. 
Rudolph F. Berta, 

S. Wilmington, 111. 

Charles A. Carlson, 
306 E. 126th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
July 20, 1918. Wounded in action October 7, 1918, by 
shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 1, 1918. Killed in action October 7, 1918, by shrap- 
nel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
21, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital January 6, 
1918. Appointed Corporal from Private July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private August 1, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 7, 1918, by shrapnel on HiU 223 near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital October 1, 1918. Rejoined Company January 12, 
1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 1, 1918. Killed in action October 7, 
1918, by shrapnel near La Forge. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company of Regiment January 17, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Reduced to Pri- 
vate June 24, 1918. x\ppointed Corporal from Private Au- 
gust 10. 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital October 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Reduced to Pri- 
vate July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal De- 
cember 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. Wounded October 8. 1918. by 
shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. Rejoined Com- 
pany December 1, 1918. 



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Desmond E. Cherry, 
690 Prospect St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 

John C. Crowley, 

No. 6 Ripley Road, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

John 0. Fretheim, 
Rt. No. 5, Box 67, 

Decorah, Iowa. 



Martin L. Hope, 

110 W. LaFrance St., 

Elmira, N. Y. 



Patrick F. Gallagher, 
2818 Bridge Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

John C. Scofield, 
Rt. B, 

Opp, Ala. 



Hugo H. Seeholzer, 

Kelly's Island, Ohio. 

Stanley J. Wojniar, 
4634 Bermuda St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ben Zimmerman, 

257 Munroe St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Harry A. Trusch, 
242 S. 2nd St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Steve L. Gonzales, 
520 Harrison St., 

San Jose, Cal. 

Clyde Mabry. 

Verona, Miss. 

Clarence H. Siple, 
268 Edison St., 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Joined Company November 17. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 11, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1918. Wounded October 7, 
1918, by shrapnel in action on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Re- 
joined Company December 18, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in action by 
machine gun bullet October 15, 1918, near Sommerance. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company January 5, 1919. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 
from Private November 15, 1918. 



Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal February 15, 1919. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 24, 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 11, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal November 15, 1918. Sick in Hospital from Octo- 
ber 1, 1918, to October 23, 1918. 

Joined Company as Corporal November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company as Corporal November 9, 1918. 
Joined Company as Corporal November 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



George M. Sullivan, 

Jordan, Mont. 

Clifford L. Wilson, 

Glendale, Ore. 

Victor E. Wilson. 

1603 W. 9th St., 

Munice, Ind. 

Hubert H. Hartson, 
447 White Ave., 
Grand Junction, Gal, 

James H. Quinn, 

McRory, Ark. 

CuEN Sullivan, 
Armstrong's Springs, Ark. 



Joined Company as Corporal November 1, 1918. 
Joined Company as Corporal November 1. 1918. 
Joined Company as Corporal November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company as Corporal January 12, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1919. 



Charles E. Daniel, 

Gratz, Dauphin Co.. Pa. 



Emil W. Hecker. 

Herron Lake, Minn. 

Thomas 0. Lovik, 

Forest City, Iowa. 

James A. Morris. 

R. F. D. No. 30, 

Stamford, Conn. 

Harry A. McCoy. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October 19. 1917. Appointed Cook 

from Private December 15. 1917. Reduced to Private from 

Cook June 1. 1918. Appointed Cook from Private July 
1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Cook from 
Private June 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7. 1918. Appointed Cook from 
Private June 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1918. Appointed Cook 
from Private December 15, 1918. Reduced to Private June 
1, 1918. Appointed Cook July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company as Cook November 9. 1918. Trans- 
ferred to Company "F" of Regiment January 16, 1919. 



G. Thomas Stevens. 
31 Langford Park Place, 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Charles W. Turner, 

Southold, N. Y. 



Fred J. Wolcott. 

Westdale, N. Y. 



'ALTON B. Young, 

Patton, Ala. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private December 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Reduced to Pri- 
vate June 13, 1918. Appointed Mechanic June 13. 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital October 14. 1918. Re- 
joined Company December 21, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private June 1. 1918. Appoinled 
Mechanic December 1. 1918. 

Joined Company as Mechanic November 9, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Alex Cresiski, 

3325 Pittson Ave., 

Minooka, Pa. 

Anthony DiSilvestro, 
1877 Second Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private February 1, 1918. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company of Regiment January 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Appointed Bugler 
June 1. 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy September 14, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 



William A. Abel, 

McGregor, Tex. 

Joseph Ackerman, 
5 Hill St., 

Archibald, Pa. 

Arthur L. Adams, 

Smithville, Tenn. 

Nicholas Alberti, 
3840 Monroe St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Herbert E. Allender, 
6912 Creiger Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

Casimo Alessi, 

920 Bedford Ave., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

James P. Alexander, 
280 State St., 

Nanticoke, Pa. 

Achille Allevi, 

214 21st St., 

Chicago, 111. 

William J. Amburn, 

Drenn, Va. 

Earle L. Ames, 

1041 Prescott Ave., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Albert E. Anderson, 

Fayetteville, Tenn. 

George W. Andrews, 
Route No. 3, 

Genoa, 111. 

John Angelo. 



Privates and Privates First Class 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Killed in action 
October 7, 1918, by high explosive shell on Hill 223 near 
Chatel Chehery. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Anton Ankenski, 

Wilberton, Okla. 

James W. Anthony, 

Skimerton, Ala. 

John Antonacci, 
Breslin Hotel, 29 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. 

Price Arnold, 

Etowah, Ark. 

Samuel S. Arrison, Jr., 
635 Center St., 

Trenton, N. J. 



Martin A. Bangs, 

Klenenville, Wis. 

John R. Barnes, 

New England, Pa. 

Paul D. Barnett, 

Wernersville, Pa. 



Ernest T. Barrett, 

Westminster, Mass. 

William F. Bedow, 

1654 Hollwood Ave., 

Chicago, ni. 

WiLLUM H. Bennett, Jr., 
1126 Eleanor St., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



KiRAEFISO BeNTALO, 

105 Dante Place, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Clayton H. Bixler, 
295 Hawley St., 

Lockport, N. Y. 

Paolo Bonarrigo, 
Box 111, 
Rural Valley, Pa. 

Thurman H. Bowles, 

Callaway, Va. 



Joined Company January 14. 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Wounded 
in action by rifle bullet in arm on October 14. 1918. at 
Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 
Rejoined Company December 26, 1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October 9, 1917. Appointed Cook from 
Private December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private from 
Cook June 21, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Qass De- 
cember 1, 1918. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class December 31. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Slightly wounded by 
shrapnel at Rambucourt on August 1, 1918. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company Sep- 
tember 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. Wounded in 
action near La Forge October 7, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 4, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 14, 1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company December 31, 1918. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Wilfred H. Boyer, 

Frenerton, Pa. 

John Boyle, 

1234 W. Canon St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Sol M. Brantley, 

Tennille, Ga. 

George Braseno, 

68 Jersey St., 

Ansonia, Conn. 

LuiGi Broccoli, 

349 E. 113th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Julius Brody, 

483 Main St., 

Ansonia, Conn. 

Leon Brown, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

Greene, N. Y. 

Thomas R. Burk, 

919 N. Front St., 

Fremont, Ohio. 

Walter F. Burkhalter, 
606 Penn. Ave.. 

Oakmont, Pa. 

Albert A. Burns, 

Dyer, Tenn. 



Samuel D. Burns, 

White, Ga. 



Morris Butensky, 
74 Borum St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Peter P. Butkoski, 
56 Newport St., 

Glen Lyon, Pa. 

Frank J. Camenisch, 
14 Noset St., 

Boston. Mass. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company April 7, 1918. Deserted at Pende, 
France, June 25, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Britii 
Hospital at Liverpool, England, May 16, 1918. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1. 1918. Wounded Sep- 
tember 18, 1918, by shrapnel in action at Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company November 19, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 2, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Gassed in action near 
Chatel Chehery October 9, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. O, S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company 
January 2, 1919. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Missing in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 15, 1918, by machine gim buUet near Sommerance. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company December 26, 1918. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Wounded Sep- 
tember 18, 1918, by shrapnel in action at Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company December 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1917, .Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918, 



Joined Company October 30, 1918, 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel October 7. 1918, on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Pantaleo Cammakano, 
Box 12, 

Elk Co., Pa. 

Francesco Cardella, 
3129 W. 116th St., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Antonio Carnicelli, 
53 Fairfield St., 

Revere, Mass. 

CosiMO Caroscio, 

West Park, Ohio. 



Michael Carretta, 
183 E. 79th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Victor T. Carroll, 
2165 E. 73rd St., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Kay J. Carter, 

Buda, Texas. 

John C. Casey, 

Madrid, N. Y. 

Joseph F. Cazey, 

6934 Cornell Ave., 

Chicago, HI. 

Sam Cherniak, 

42 Hicks St., 

Meriden, Conn. 

Basilio Chianelli, 
303 East 110th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Alfred J. Christenson, 

Paynesville, Minn. 

Eltsha Christopher, 

Clovis, N. Mex. 

Walter Cickozi, 

48 Slocum St., 

Norwalk, Conn. 

Joseph D. Clay, 

55 Darvall St.. 

Long Island, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Wounded October 
23, 1918, by high explosive shell near Sommerance. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company December 18, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Captured by the enemy 
October 7, 1918, at Chatel Chehery. Rejoined Company 
December 31, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1. 1918. 

Joined Company July 22. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital September 5, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company December 31, 1918. 
Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company March 21, 1918. Captured by the 
enemy September 5, 1918, at outpost near Pont-a-Mousson. 
Later reported as being in Hospital at Metz. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded October 
14, 1918, by rifle bullet in action near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company 
December 26, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action per 
General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division of 
January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 17, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy September 14, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
nital September 14, 1918. 



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William H. Cobb. 

bpp, Ala. 

Jesse 0. Collins, 

McBean, Ga. 

Walter J. Cook, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

Batavia, N. Y. 

Michael Cooper, 
Pleasant St., 

Millis, Mass. 

John Daka, 

260 Amlierst St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

LuiGi Damato, 

200 Prospect St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Emmett B. Darby, 

Owassa, Ala. 

Charles F. Davenport, 
R. F. D. No. 12, 

Groton, N. J. 

William R. Davis, 

111 Liberty St., 

Savannah, Ga. 

NiCKOLAS DeGeorge, 
1816 Wabansia Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

Jesse H. Derby, 

Marnia, Iowa. 

Joseph A. Dinan, 

1563 Townsend Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Antonio DiSavino, 
117 Mulberry St., 

New York, N. Y. 

William H. Doering. 



Ulysses C. Dorch, 

Martin, Tenn. 

Thomas. H. Doyle, 
28 Russell St., 

Ashtabula, Ohio. 



Joined Company April 18. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital June 18, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidental self-in- 
flicted wound September 2, 1918, ngar Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel October 7, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital May 19, 1918. 

Joined Company December 31, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred 
1st Replacement Depot February 25, 1919. 



Joined Company December 31. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company January 25, 1918. Severely wounded 
October 25, 1918, by high explosive shell in action near 
Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital November 16, 1918. 

Joined Company January 14. 1919. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Severely wounded by 
shrapnel September 18, 1918, in action at Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 



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Antoni Drobnis, 

905 Bank St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Michael Dudek, 

65 Lombard St., 

Buffalo, N; Y. 

James A. Dunn, 

Beacon, N. Y. 

William A. Emmons, 
258 Henrv St., 
South Amboy, N. J. 

Robert H. Ennis, 

43 Robinson St., 

Dorchester, Mass. 

Jacob J. Ensminger, 
Woodbridge Ave., 

Chrome, N. J. 

Howard P. Evans, 

Woodbine, Iowa. 

William J. Evitts, 

Dover, Tenn. 

Julian J. Fardal, 

Stanhope, Iowa. 

William P. Finch, 

Piedmont, Ala. 



Joseph Fisher, 

Dyerville, Iowa. 

Henry L. Flessenkemper, 
Fort Madison, Iowa. 

Ralph D. Flynt, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Sharon, Ga. 

Thomas Fox, 

Germania St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Amor Fussner. 

Herman F. Galbrecht, 

Frazee, Minn. 

Alex Galcec, 

617 Cherry St., 

Trenton, N. J. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Wounded Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company November 21. 1918. 

Joined Company December 6, 1918, as Private 1st 
Class. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Gassed in action Octo- 
ber 9, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Transferred to 
Divisional Military Police December 28, 1918. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital May 16, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded by high 
explosive shell October 7. 1918, in action on Hill 223 
near Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
same date. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment June 26, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 26, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, by shrapnel near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 11, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15. 1918. Reduced to Private 
November 15. 1918. 



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Peter A. Gavras, 

803 Grand Ave., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

ViTO Genova. 

William Gerard, 

247 Mesrole St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frank W. Geske, 

Holder, III. 

EuTROPE Gill, 

39 Church St., 

Amesburg, Mass. 

William Ginty, 

Barkhamstead, Conn. 

Robert E. Gise, 

East Berlin, Pa. 

John Glaub, 

778 Troy St., 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Charles E. Gleason, 
1733 Garden Ave., 

Lorain, Ohio. 

David Goldberger, 
1838 Madison Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Louis Gottlieb. 

91 Cook St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Vincenzo Grasso, 
130 34th St., 

Rome, N. Y. 

James R. Gray, 

Rockville, Tenn. 

Edward J. Groome, 
P.6 Chapin St., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Cody C. Guinn, 

Rembert, Ala. 

Edward Hanson, 

Weyerhauser, Wis. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company of Regiment May 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private March 1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 
1, 1918. Transferred to Quartermaster Corps December 
4, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company December 31, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Transferred to 
Quartermaster Corps December 4, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 16, 1918. by shrapnel near Sommerance. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Wounded 
October 7, 1918. by shrapnel in action at La Forge. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Served on Special 
Duty with Quartermaster Corps from July 3. 1918, to De- 
cember 15, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Gassed in action near 
Sommerance October 12, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital May 16, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Captured by the 
enemy October 7. 1918, in action near Chatel Chehery. 
Rejoined Company January 12, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital October 3, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 

Hospital October 1, 1918. Rejoined Company November 

17. 1918. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot Feb- 
ruary 23, 1919. 



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Jamon H. Harrington, 
Main St., 

Mohawk, N. Y. 

James W. Harry, 

R. F. D. No. 5, 

Wadley, Ala. 

Ellia G. Hayslip, 

Summit, Ga. 

William P. Herbert, 
23 E. 83rd St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Ray Hinchliffe, 

143 Keeler Ave., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Henry Holmberg, 

Star Route 2, 

Green, N. Y. 

Harold H. Hoyt, 

Bethlehem, Conn. 

Butler Hughes, 

Statenville, Ga. 



James A. Hutt, 

258 Resencrest, 

Needham, Mass. 

Gaetano Inzirello, 
133 Columbia St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wladyslaw Janowski, 
4602 Washington St., 

Chiago, ni. 

KONSTANT JaRKA, 

610 West Kig St., 

Newark, N. J. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidental self-in- 
flicted wound September 14, 1918, near Norroy. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Motor 
Repair Unit August 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Wounded by 
shrapnel September 18, 1918, in action near Pont-a- 
Mousson. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 
Returned to Company December 21, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private June 1, 1918. Reduced to Private from 
Cook July 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st Class from Pri- 
vate July 1. 1918. Gassed in action near Sommerance 
October 15, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same 
date. Rejoined Company December 15, 1918. 



Daniel Jur.\sheizy. 



Joseph Kanapka, 

820 Bank St., 
Waterbury, Co 



Joined Company December 31, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital October 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 22, 1918, near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital October 22, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



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201 



William Kiegans. 



Warren J. Kent, 

Lake Park, Ga. 



Samuel B. Knapp, 

Linden, Iowa. 

Charles Kosh, 

South Amboy, N. J. 

Charles W. Kostenbader, 
95 Reeder Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Alexander Koziol, 

Medway, Mass. 

LuKAS Krukosky, 

1887 East 2nd Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Alberto Larocca, 

121 Mulberry St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Anton Laskiewitz, 

Chrome, N. J. 



Walter Laskowski, 
311 Sweet Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Stanley Lawski, 

42 Dester St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

James Leavitt. 

Tony M. Leonardo, 
341 36th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph Levinsky, 

242 South 2nd St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company January 23. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private Marcli 15, 1918. Killed in action 
by high explosive shell on October 23, 1918, near Som- 
merance. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. Wounded in 
action at Pont-a-Mousson September 18, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company 
December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March 15, 1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded October 7, 
1918, by shrapnel in action on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Gassed October 8, 
1918, in action near Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. 
O. S. Hospital October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 17, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by slirapnel October 14. 1918, near Sommerance. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded 
in action by shrapnel October 7, 1918. on Hill 223 near 
Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same 
date. Rejoined Company November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Re- 
joined Company December 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Killed in action 
October 15, 1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Transferred to Sup- 
ply Company of Regiment December 15. 1918. Special 
Duty with Supply Company of Regiment from June 13, 
1918, to December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



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Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



William L. Lewis, 

Fulton, Ky. 

Charles R. Logan, 
1063 Ambrose Ave., 
E. Liverpool, Ohio. 

Willie A. Lord. 



Joseph Lucariello, 
307 44th St., & 7th Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

Claud McCarthy, 

Pike Creek, Texas. 

Henry C. McCormack, 

Sledge, Miss. 

James T. McCormick. 

Francis V. McDermott, 

Bernard, Iowa. 

Thomas J. McDonald, 

Powder Springs, \ a. 

Frank H. McGee, 

380 Sumner St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Arthur A. McGraw, 
44 Fairfield Ave., 

Danburg, Conn. 

Willie W. McGraw, 

Gillette, Ark. 

Sam H. McKinnon, 

Wells, Texas. 

Joseph McPherson, 

Holding Ford, Minn. 

Charlie McWilliams, 

Marietta, Ga. 

John E. Maffett, 

Cynthiana, Ky. 

Frank Mangold. 

Bellflower, 111. 

Louis Martell. 



JOHNiE Martin, 

Pollik, Texas. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Killed in action Sep- 
tember 18, 1918, by shrapnel at Pont-a-Mousson. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital September 2, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 18, 1918, in Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital November 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



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Thomas A. Martin, 
Route No. 1, 

Casters, Ga. 

Lee Mason, 

Route F, 

Andalusia, Ala. 

Abraham May, 

171 E. 105th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

James R. May, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Lens, Ga. 

Gabriel Mazzi, 

R. F. D. No. 184, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Harry L. Meadows, 
245 Burrett St., 

Burlington, Iowa. 

Fred J. Merck, 

Millersburg, Iowa. 



Frank J. Michalek, 
66 Starr Ave., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 



Milton L. Mitchell, 

Block Island, R. I. 



Silvestro Mock. 



Lonnie D. Moore, 

Burlington, Ark. 

Robert W. Moore, 
Route A, 

Andalusia, Ala. 

Harry D. Mount, 

933 N. Boran Ave., 

Danville, 111. 

Edward Moynihan, 
315 Elm St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidental self-in- 
flicted wound in wrist at Jezainville September 1, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15. 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital May 19, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital August 20, 1918. Rejoined Company January 
18, 1919. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Re- 
joined Company December 18. 1918. 

Joined Company April 7. 1918. Appointed Cook from 
Private June 1. 1918. Reduced to Private July 1, 1918. 
Appointed Private 1st Class July 1, 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital September 5, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Wounded in Action Oc- 
tober 7, 1918; by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company March 28, 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 7. 191P, on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class March 15, 1918. Severely wounded by ma- 
chine gun bullet in action near Sommerance on October 
14, 1918. Later reported as having died from wounds. 
Cited for gallantry in action per General Orders No. 1, 
Headquarters 82nd Division January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to Di- 
vision Military Police Service December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14. 1919. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital August 23, 1918. Rejoined Company January 
26, 1919. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class December 13, 1918. 



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James J. Munro, 

60 Erie St., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Ernest Munroe, 

Millerville, Ala. 

Harry Murphy, 

605 S. 4th St., 

Camden, N. J. 

Richard F. Myers, 
37 Gilbert St., 

Carbondale, Pa. 

Tony Nacamos, 

26 Commercial Ave., 
New Brunswick, N. J. 

William Nervitt, 

1656 E. 118th St., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fred C. Newkirk, 

2024 E. 83rd St., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Grover L. Newton, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Enid, Miss. 

Kenney Nichols, 

Sherman, Miss. 

Joseph Nisik. 

430 Curtis St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Otto W. Niskanen, 
68 Cherry St., 

Ashtabula, Ohio. 

Chester E. C. Nowell, 

Flattsburg, Miss. 

Joseph O'Connor, 
North St., 
c/o W. A. Evans, 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Harry E. Odom, 

Sanford, Miss. 

John J. O'Keefe, 

9216 Cannon Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Alex Osiper, 

Box 647, 

South River, N. J. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private October 
1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 6, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded October 7, 
1918, by shrapnel in action on HiU 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital August 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital September 10, 1918. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1918. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel at Pont-a-Mousson September 18, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



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Peter Oster, 

5314 S. Laflin St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Robert F. Ottensmeyer, 

Warrenton, Mo. 

David B. Owen, 

Shubuta, Miss. 

William Paget, 

125 Magnolia St., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Claude J. Penner, 

1157 Garden Ave., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Joseph Penza, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



George 0. Peterson, 
Poplar St., 
New Milford, Conn. 

Gregors Peterson. 



Andrew Petrilak. 
Jefferson St., 

Simpson, Pa. 

Stanislaw Pilawski, 
777 Jersey Ave., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Szepan Piotros, 

33 Darby St., 

Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Willie Piotter, 

Elmore, Minn. 



Angelo Pitrozella, 
216 Chaeystic St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Elmer I. Plessinger. 

Hancock, Md. 



Leon A. Poellnitz. 

Renibert, Ala. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 23, 1919. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company as Private 1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Troop, 82nd Division, May 27, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Killed in action 
October 7, 1918, by high explosive shell near Chatel 
Chehery. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Severely wounded in 
action October 7, 1918, by shrapnel near La Forge. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded in action 
September 5, 1918, by rifle bullet near Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 17, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital August 23, 1918. Rejoined Company November 
21, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, by shrapnel in action near Sommerance. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company November 19, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital October 8, 1918. 



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Amelio Poveronio, 
208 Chestnut St., 

Dunmore, Pa. 

John L. Pozzi, 

Victoria, Texas. 

Michael Purono, 

183 Dean St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William R. Ramsey, 

Clarkesville, Ga. 

William Ratliff, 

Dike, Texas 

Wilbert Reever. 

34 East 8th Ave., 

North York, Pa. 



Alex Renciewicz, 

254 Cedar St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Alfred Reynolds, 

519 W. 2nd St., 

Seymour, Ind. 

Ralph Rice, 

Hutching, Ga. 



Paul D. Rodkey, 

117 Spruce St., 
Franklinboro, 



Andor Romsaas, 

Boyd, Minn. 

Louis Rondeau, 

330 Lowell St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Pietro Rubertone, 
156 W. 28th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Herman B. Ruff, 

183 Helen Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Alonzo B. Russell, 

La Junta, Colo. 



Joined Company July 30, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 18, 1918, by shrapnel at Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined 
Company January 5, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded October 13. 
1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company Decem- 
ber 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 16, 1918. Severely wounded 
October 15, 1918. by shrapnel near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. Later reported as 
having died from wounds. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital October 18, 1918. 



Joined Company as Mess Sergeant November 9, 1918. 
Reduced to Private from Mess Sergeant January 21, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidental self-in- 
flicted wound September 1, 1918, near Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, by shrapnel near Chatel Chehery. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company 
December 17. 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company as Private 
1918. 



1st Class December 31, 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



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Daniel P. Ryan, 

Nicholville, N. Y. 



James F. Ryan, 

205 Moffatt St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 25. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917. Transferred 
to Headquarters Company of Regiment June 27, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 7, 1918, near La Forge. Transferred 
to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 31. 1918. 



Carmelo Samperisi, 
535 Cork St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Maurice Sands, 



200 Highland Ave., 

Salem, Mass. 

William Sastinski, 
361 Corner St., 

Plymouth, Pa. 

GiROLOMO ScARCELLA, 

63 Skull St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frank Schidony, 

14 1-2 Kenwood Ave., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Anthony A. Schirmer, 
724 Northamston St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Richard Schmid, 

588 East 7th St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Adrian M. Scott, 
19th St., 

Canton, N. Y. 



Glen W. Scott, 

Edgewood, Iowa. 

Thomas E. Self, 

Rule, Texas. 

Stephen J. Serocki, 
226 Mortimer St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Linton R. Sevey, 

Canton, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Severely wounded by 
shrapnel October 7, 1918, in action on Hill 223 near 
Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same 
date. Later reported as having died of wounds. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private July 14, 1918. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private March '15, 1918. Severely 
wounded by shrapnel October 7, 1918, in action near La 
Forge. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private 
March 15, 1918. Special duty at Quartermaster Corps 
from July 1, 1918, to December 22, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private July 1. 1918. Gassed in action 
October 8. 1918. near Chatel Chehery. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital October 8. 1918. Rejoined Company 
December 26, 1918. 

Joined Company .\pril 7. 1918. Transferred to British 
Hospital May 16, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company June 2-1, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7. 1918, by shrapnel near La Forge. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment June 27, 1918. 



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Matthew ShaHAN, Joined Company July 22, 1918. 

921 E. Livingston Ave., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

George Shalr,\y, 

August Street, 

South River, Pa. 

Efim Shatanets. 



Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class December 15, 1917. 



Henry Siegel, 

110 W. 114th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John R. Silvey, 

Xenia, III. 

Charles W. Skinner, 

Petty, Texas. 

Nathan Sklut, 

102 West 2nd St., 

Wilmington, Del. 

John Skorka, 

Red Lake Falls, Minn. 

John L. Smith, 

Savoy. 111. 

Judge W. Smith, 

Hickman, Ky. 

Levi H. Smith, 

3228 Park St., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

George E. Snearly, 
306 Hickory St., 

Viroqua, Wis. 

Joseph L. Snusz, 

194 Lovejoy St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Stanley J. Snyder, 

Momence, 111. 

Ignacy Sokolovsky, 
18 Jewelry St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Samuel Solomon, 

320 Superior St., 

Toledo, Ohio. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, by high explosive shell on Hill 223 near 
Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Con 



December 31, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 
O. S. Hospital September 14, 1918. Rejoined Company 
October 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private November 1. 1918. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company March 26. 1918. 



Joined Company July 22. 1918. Gassed in action at 
Sommerance October 14. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. 



August M. Sommerer, 
R. F. D. No. 4, 

Jefferson City, Mo. 

James W. Sorrels, 

Boles, Ark. 

BiAGio Spagnolo, 

648 Coney Island Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jim Spark, 

Waldron, Ark. 

Percy J. Spencer, 

301 Cowan Ave., 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Joseph Spevacek. 



Vincent Stapleton, 

Hausboro, N. Dak. 

Val J. Stafford, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Oakland, Tenn. 

Archie S. Stark, 

Mercer, Mo. 

Fred L. Stevenson, 

Trenton, Mo. 

Raymond Strange, 
R. F. D. No. 3, Box 685, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Clarence Stratmeyer, 
261 Cherry St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Paul Strauss, 

136 West 112th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Ross Strickland, 

Dixon, Miss. 

John Sukus, 

214 Green Ridge St., 

Dunmore, Pa. 

Daniel Sullivan, 

2 School St., 

Maiden, Mass. 



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Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



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Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company December 13. 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital November 14, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment December 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18. 1918. Gassed October 8, 
1918. in action near Chatel Chehery. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital same date. Rejoined Company December 
24, 1918. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot Feb- 
ruary 23, 1919. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private Ist 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 18. 1918. Rejoined 
Company November 21, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 
Joined Company October 21, 1917. 



Joined Company July 22. 1918. Captured by the enemy 
October 7, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Rejoined Com- 
pany December 31, 1918. 



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Vernon Sykes, 

R. F. D. No. 5, 

Bellevue, Mich. 

Solomon Tarleton, 

Allen, Ala. 



■Tan Tarko. 

60 Bridgeman St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Maryan Tatarck, 

765 Jersey Ave., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Archie D. Taylor, 

Tell, Texas. 

Mina Tommaso, 

125 1st St., 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Frank J. Troutman, 

Sandusky, Ohio. 

Vincent A. Tuholski, 
125 Sweet Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Anton Tyszkewicz, 

Bartlesville, Okla 



Walter Tyx, 

40 Woltz Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Alesandro Ubertine, 

Cooks Falls, N. Y. 



Foster H. Vaughn. 

Gaetano a. Villano, 
24 Arthur St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Napoleon Villeneve, 
41 W. Fillmore Ave., 

Corona, L. I., N. Y. 



Michael Verrilli, 

753 Pembrook St., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action 
at Pont-a-Mousson by shrapnel on September 18, 1918. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Gassed in action Oc- 
tober 16, 1918, near Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. Rejoined Company January 16, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Killed in action 
October 26, 1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. 



Joined Company December 31, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 14, 1918. by shrapnel near Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 26, 1918, by shrapnel near Sommerance. 
Died of wounds October 27, 1918. 

Joined Company April 11, 1918. Killed in action by 
shrapnel October 7, 1918, on Hill 223 near Chatel 
Chehery. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Deserted at Marbache, 
France, September 21, 1918. Rejoined Company Decem- 
ber 21, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 10. 1918. Reduced to Private No- 
vember 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Troop, 82nd Division, May 27, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Transferred to Brit- 
ish Hospital June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private July 1. 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy September 15, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. 



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Herman Waitzman, 
1155 N. High St., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Thomas Ward, 

22 Forest St., 

Roxburg, Mass. 

William L. Waters, 

Buffalo, Texas. 



Walter J. Weeks, 

Lawrenceville, N. Y. 

Morris Weismajv, 

508 West 134th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John M. Welty, 

Smithburg, Md. 

Michael Wesolowski, 
428 Sweet Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



BOLESLAW WiENIEWSKI. 

88 Broad St., 

Maspeth, N. Y. 

Pieter Wisz, 

Main St., 

Sayreville, N. J. 

Ernest Wood, 

269 Lighthouse Road, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Leon L. Wood, 

Hannawa Falls, N. Y. 

Turner W. Wooten, 
337 E. Scott St., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Roman Woychiowski, 
99 Greenpoint St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Harmon B. York, 

Guthrie, Okla. 

Frank Z.alla, 

1217 York St., 

Utica, N. Y. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Gassed in action Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, near Sommerance. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. Rejoined Company December 1, 
1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 5, 1918, by rifle bullet near Pont-a-Mousson. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private July 1, 1918. Wounded October 7, 
1918, by shrapnel on Hill 223 near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment June 17, 1918. 

Joined Company June 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 17, 1917. Wounded by shrap- 
nel October 31, 1918, in action at Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 



Joined Company July 28, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, by shrapnel near Chatel Chehery. 
Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by high explosive shell near Sommerance October 23, 
1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7. 1918, by shrapnel near La Forge. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Transferred to Brit- 
ish Hospital June 18, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 26, 1918, by shrapnel at Sommerance. Trans- 
ferred to S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company March 26. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private July 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, by shrapnel near Chatel Chehery. Re- 
joined Company December 15, 1918. 



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ROSTER OF COMPANY C, 328TH INFANTRY 



Herbert Dun Jones, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Lamar Weaver, 



Captains 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant November 6. 1916. at 
Cambridge. Mass. Commissioned Captain August 15, 

1917, at Ft. McPherson. Assigned to Company Septem- 
ber 1, 1917. Sent to France as advance billeting officer 
February 18, 1918. 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company February 22. 1918. Sick in hospital October 16. 

1918, to November 4. 1918. Transferred to 32nd Division 
February 28, 1919. 



J. W. Hatton, 



Tampa, Fla. 



George G. Osborne, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



First Lieutenants 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 1, 1917. Command of Com- 
pany February 18, 1918. to February 22, 1918. Killed 
October 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 1, 1917. Promoted 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Sick in hospital October 
17, 1918, to October 29, 1918. Command of Company 
since February 28, 1919. 



John S. Cameron, 

San Diego, Gal. 



Julian R. Hirshberg, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



William S. McLarin, 

Fairburn, Ga. 



JuDSON M. Garner, 

Atlanta, Ga 



Clifton H. Kreps, 

Ausfusta, Ga. 



Spotswood D. Grant, 

Richmond, Va. 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 5, 
;igned to Company November 3, 1918. 



1917. As- 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned to 
Company June 16, 1918. Transferred from Company 
September 1, 1918. Re-assigned to Company October 18, 
1918. Transferred from Company October 28. 1918. Re- 
assigned to Company March 15, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted 1st Lieutenant April 10. 1918. Assigned to Com- 
pany November 4. 1918. Transferred to 7th Division Feb- 
ruary 28. 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. Pro- 
moted 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1918. Assigned to 
Company September 1, 1917. Transferred to Company 
•'G" of Regiment March 15. 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant December 10. 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 20, 1917. Promoted 1st 
Lieutenant August 12. 1918. Transferred to United 
States as instructor August 12, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 10, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 20, 1917. Transferred to 
Depot Brigade April 10, 1918. 



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Pope Gregory, 

Charleston, S. C. 



W. S. Ware, 



Augusta, Ga. 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 10, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 20, 1917. Transferred to 
Company "A" of Regiment March 15. 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 10, 1917. As- 
signed to Company January 10. 1918. Transferred to De- 
pot Brigade February 27. 1918. 



Samuel B. Riggs, 

Rockville, Md. 



Chase Ridgley, 

Baltimore. Md. 

Joseph A. Daly, 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Crawford Gurley, 

Marietta, Ga. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant November 1. 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 9, 1918. Special duty 
Regimental Show March 4, 1919. Relieved from Regi- 
mental Show March 12. 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant November 1, 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 9, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 1.5. 1917. As- 
signed to Company April 10, 1918. Transferred from 
Company September 5, 1918. Attached to Company from 
October 18 to 28, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 1, 1917. Transferred to 
Depot Brigade April 10. 1918. 



John G. Hughes, 

Clifton, Tenn. 



Joseph Hurley, 

Charlestown. Ma 



James Welch, 

Tonopah, Nevada. 



Joseph H. Gallivan, 

Linwood, Mass. 



First Sergeants 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser 
geant October 20, 1917; 1st Sergeant November 14, 1917 
reduced to Private January 2, 1918; appointed Sergean: 
January 2, 1918; commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July, 1918. 

Joined Company September 17, 1917. Appointed Ser 
geant December 15, 1917; 1st Sergeant March 1. 1918 
Transferred to A. C. S. August, 1918. 

Joined Company April 10. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
April 24, 1918; 1st Sergeant August 1. 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
82nd Division, January 13. 1919. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20. 1917; 1st Sergeant February 1, 1919. 
Transferred to A. C. S. October 1. 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany December 15, 1918. 



John P. Neary, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Company September 28, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class April 1. 1918; Corporal April 1, 1918; Ser- 
geant April 24, 1918; Mess Sergeant April 24, 1918. 



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James C. Baker, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Supply Sergeant 

Joined Company September 19, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20, 1917. Supply Sergeant February 1, 
1918. 



John R. Smith, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Edward J. Quinn, 

Allentown, Pa. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company September 20, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant November 1, 1917. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 
July, 1918, and transferred to 2nd Division. 

Joined Company September 18, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 19, 1917; Sergeant December 15, 1917. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July, 1918, and transferred 
to 2nd Division. 



Benjamin F. Kendrick, 

Olympia, Washington. 

Robert Fleischer, 

Roxbury, Mass. 



George H. Rugamer, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William F. Damm, 

Springfield, L. I., N. Y. 

Raymond E. Gordon, 

Ellenville, N. Y. 



Sakto J. Granice. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 24, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
November 6, 1917; Sergeant December 21, 1917. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917; Sergeant March 1, 1918. Transferred 
to A. C. S. August, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 1, 1918; Sergeant April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company September 29, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918; Corporal February 1, 
1918; Sergeant April 1, 1918. Transferred to U. S. Au- 
gust, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 19, 1917; Sergeant April 1, 1918. Slightly 
wounded October 16, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 



Delbert B. McLain, 

Salisbury, Conn. 



William M. Durant, 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant April 1, 1918. 
Slightly wounded October 9, 1918, (not in action) near 
Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company February 4, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant April 24, 1918. 
Slightly wounded October 17. 1918. in action near Som- 



Van Ransler D. Flint, 

La Grange, Ind. 

Henry C. McFarland, 

Wheeler, Ky. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
October 2, 1917. Appointed Sergeant September 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April, 1918. Appointed Corporal April 
24. 1918. Appointed Sergeant September 11, 1918. 
Slightly wounded October 19, 1918, in action near Som- 



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John Rainey, 



Yonkers, N. Y. 



Lawrence Schwein, 

Brownstown, Ind. 



Alfonso Gaio, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sidney C. Stuckey, 

Ensley, Ala. 

Charles H. Williams, 

Exeter, N. H. 

William Stagman, 

■ Alexandria, Ind. 



Joined Company November 9. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant September 11, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 19, 1918. Appointed Sergeant September 12, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 1, 
1918. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 21, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 1. 1918. Appointed Sergeant March 15, 1919. 



Joii 
poral 
1919. 



ed Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
March 19, 1918. Appointed Sergeant March 15, 



Manuel F. Pereira, 

Mission San Jose, Cal. 

Preston R. Johns, 

Sommerville, Pa. 

David M. Shatz, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

Frank H. Trout, 

Whitehall, Md. 

Lawrence E. Donnolly, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

John C. Jackson, 

Wilmington, Del. 

Charles R. Nearhoof, 

Altoona, Pa. 

Peter Wilhelm, 

Upperco, Md. 

David Levine, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frank Lipschutz, 

Long Island City, N. Y. 



1918. Appointed Cor- 



COEPOEALS 



Joined Company November 1, 
poral November 6, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Self-inflicted wound October 13, 
1918, near Fleville. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Gassed about October 9, 1918, in 
action near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 1, 1918. Severely wounded October 15, 1918, in 
action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company November 16, 1917. 
poral January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. 
poral January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. 
poral January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. 
poral February 15, 1918. 



Appointed Cor- 

Appointed Cor- 

Appointed Cor- 

Appointed Cor- 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 14, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private January 1, 1918. 
Appointed Corporal February 15, 1918. Slightly woundea 
October 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 



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Elmer G. Marsh, 

Saylorsburg, Pa. 

Alex Girting, 

Alexandria, Ind. 

Claude Spry, 

Butlerville, Ind. 

Jacob Cousins, 



Chelsea. Mass. 



Charles Kelly, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Herman Bottjer, 

New York City, N. Y. 

William G. Carlson, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



James B. Flynn, 



Nashua, N. H. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1918. Slightly wounded October 9, 1918, in 
action near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 19, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
March 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
April 1, 1918. Killed in action October 14, 1918. near 
Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal April 1, 
1918. Wounded slightly October 7, 1918, in action near 
La Forge. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class April 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal April 
24, 1918. Severely wounded October 8. 1918, in action 
near La Forge. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal April 24, 
1918. Killed October 14. 1918, in action near Sommer- 



GoRDON Eraser, 

Chicago, III. 



George T. Gann, 

Sellers, Ala. 

Erank a. Paul, 

Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Ernest Persia, 

Coventry, R. I. 

Lou A. RouRK, 

Smithtown, N. Y. 

Oscar E. Troxell, 



AUentown, Pa. 



Lewis C. Smith, 



Delair, N. J. 



Joined Company September, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant October 20. 

1917. Reduced to Private April 1, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 24, 1918. Severely wounded October 8, 1918. 
in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company March 27. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal April 
24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal April 24. 

1918. Severely wounded October 7, 1918, by shrapnel in 
action near La For?e. Later reported as having died from 
wounds. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral June 21, 1918. Gassed on October 15, 1918. in 
action near Sommerance. 



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GusTAV Tygus. 

St. Paul, Minn. 



William H. Emery, Jr., 

Berkeley, Cal. 



Maurice F. Bermingham, 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Charles J. Senior, 

Falls Creek, Pa. 



Thomas J. McGuire, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



William Dolan. 

New York City, N. Y. 



Leroy Ray, 



Wilmington. Del. 



Harry P. Sauble. 

Butler, Md. 



Marion R. Stephens, 

Bartow, Ga. 

Thomas J. Whatley, Jr., 
Dothan, Ala. 

DOMINICK CaSASSA, 

Spring Valley, 111. 

John J. Doherty, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Frank Lusietto, 

Spring Valley, 111. 

Earl J. Ruhaak, 

Peoria, 111. 

John J. Lumley. 

New York City, N. Y. 

William Fletcher, 

Oyster Bay, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 21, 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 1918, in 
action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 9, 1918. Appointed Corporal July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal February 
1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 22, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal July 20, 1918. Severely wounded October 7. 
1918, in action near La Forge. Later reported as having 
died from wounds. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
•February 1. 1918. Reduced to Private June 22, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company .4pril 10, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal Septem- 
ber 11, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917, .\ppointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal No- 
vember 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 1. 1918, 



Appointed Corporal 
Appointed Corporal 
Appointed Corporal 
Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company April 2, 1918, 
November 1, 1918, 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 
November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 10. 1918. 
February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 31. 1917. 
February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 7. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15. 1919. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal March 1.5, 
1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal March 
15. 1919. 



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Roy M. Simkins, 

Bloomington, 111. 



William M. O'Brien, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Morgan B. Pugh, 

Grove Hill, Ak 



Benjamin H. Dupree, 

Americus, Ga. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal March 
15, 1919. 

Joined Company August 12, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal March 
15, 1919. 

Joined Company December 19, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. 



Frederic H. Schuon, 

Allentown, Pa. 



William W. Barber, 

Woodside, N. Y. 



William Bruckbauer, 

Sleepy Eye, Minn. 



Walter Garrett, 

Glenrock, Pa. 



Charles L. Walters, 

Miola, Pa. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Cook No- 
vember 14, 1917. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. Appointed Cook 
February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Cook April 
1. 1918. Hand cut off accidentally about August 10, near 
Gerard Sas. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Cook October 1, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Cook 
November 14, 1917. Reduced to Private June 26, 1918. 
Appointed Cook August 15, 1918. 



Walter A. Lloyd, 

Overlea, Md. 

Frank Herzer, 

Trenton, N. J. 

Nathan Spitz, 

New York City, N. Y. 



George W. Stillwell, 

Phoeni.x, Ala. 



William J. Tobin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Walter 0. Hessler, 

Sandstone, Minn. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
November 14, 1917. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic April 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
April 15, 1918. 

Joined Company March 31, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
April 15, 1918. 

Joined Company February 4, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Mechanic March 
15, 1919. 

Joined Company February 23, 1918. Appointed Me- 
chanic March 15, 1919. 



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BUGLEES AND BUGLEES PlEST ClASS 



Carl A. Ellis, 

Plymouth, N. H. 



Alexandro Delmora, 

Hudson, Pa. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
February 15, 1918. Appointed Bugler 1st Class March 
15, 1919. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
February 15, 1918. Killed October 7, 1918, in action near 
La Forge. 



Jose P. Aguilar, 

Aucho, N. M. 

John M. Alex.ander, 

Unkno^vn. 



Peivates and Peivates Fiest Class 

Joined Company February 14. 1919. 



Burt Allen, 



Rutland, 



Charles Allen, 

ClifFside, N. J. 

Lewis Alteri, 

Wellsville, N. Y. 

Roy W. Anderson, 

Sewanee, Tenn. 

Garner L. Andrews, 

Cecil, Ark. 

Lester E. Areson, 

Jerico, L. L, N. Y. 

Kelson Arledge, 

Kingstown, Ohio. 

Jim Balanis, 

Dublin, Ga. 

Morris Barnett, 

Scranton, Pa. 



William G. Barry, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Henry P. Becker, 

Peoria, HI. 

Felix Bellock, 

Glencove, N. Y. 

Elias S. Bennett. 

Jamesburg, N. J. 



Joined Company April, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. Wounded October 7, 1919, in ac- 
tion near La Forge. (Slightly wounded.) 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded slightly Oc- 
tober 18, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
April 1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 21, 1918. Wound- 
ed October 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. (Wounded 
slightly.) 

Joined Company October, 1917. Killed October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company November 



Joined Company November 



Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15, 1918. Killed October 14, 1918, in action 
near Sommerance. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Finn A. Bergup, 

Spielerville, Ark. 

COSIMO BOCCORELLI, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Joe Bona, 

Grantwood, N. J. 

DOMINICK BONANNO, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Isaac R. Boyett. 

Adel, Ga. 

Elmer E. Brand, 

Roslyn Heights, N. Y. 

Charles Brown, 

Osceola Mills, Pa. 

Leander C. Brown, 

Dover, N. J. 

Walter E. Callen, 

Trenton, N. J. 



Furman a. Carrol, 

Clio, Ala. 

Salvatore Carvelli, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edward T. Cass, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

Newt C. Cavis, 

Forney, Texas. 

Creste Celli, 

Galveston, Texas. 

James F. Chaloupka, 

Cicero, 111. 

Israel Chasin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Daniel H. Cheves. 

Unknown. 

David C. Childs, 

Springwood, Va. 

Robert L. Clark. 

Eagle Rock. Va. 



Joined Company February 14. 1919. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded severely Oc- 
tober 14. 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded slightly 
October 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company January 14. 1919. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Severely wounded by 
machine guri bullet in action October 8. 1918, near La 
Forge. Later reported as having died from wounds. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 1918, 
in action near Sommerance. 



Appointed Private 



Joined Company October 22. 1917. 
1st Class February 14. 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 8, 1918, 
in action near La Forge. Later reported as having died 
from wounds. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded severely in 
action near Sommerance October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14. 1919. 



Joined Company January 14. 1919. 



Joined Company November 



Joined Company November 9, 1917, Appointed Bugler 
February 14, 1919. Reduced to Private March 15. 1919. 
Appointed Private 1st Class March 15. 1919. 

Joined Company December 19. 1917. 



Joined Company October 31, 1918. 
Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Harry K. Clausen, 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 



Chester Clemmons, 

Silver Point, Tenn. 

Ralph E. Coffman, 

Hanover, Pa. 

Jacob Cohen, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Frank J. Collins, 

Farmington, 111. 

Merlin J. Collins, 

Milton, N. Y. 

Daniel M. Commini. 

Trenton, N. J. 

Thomas .T. Connolly. 

Charlestown, Mass. 

Glade D. Connor, 

Industry, 111. 

Gilbert Cottet, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Louis C. Cowart, 

Jasper, Fla. 

LiNNiE Cox, 

Clio, Ala. 



Elmer L. Crawford, 

Rossville, 111. 

George E. Crutchfield, 

Bower, W. Va. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 
Joined Company December 1, 1917. 



Joe Curci, 



Ridgeway, 



Albert R. Daube, 

Chicago, 111. 

John S. Daughert\, 

Fisher, Pa. 

Harry Deer, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Frank De Luca, 

Chicago, 111. 

Charles L. Demski, 

Sarver, Pa. 



Joined Company October 19. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company February 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Killed October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Killed October 9, 1918, 
on march from La Forge to Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. .Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company February 4, 1918. 
Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company March 27. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14. 1919. Wounded October 18. 1918, 
in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class January 1. 1918. Wounded slightly October 8. 1918. 
in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. .\ppointed Private 
1st Class February 14. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. .\ppointed Private 
1st Class September 13, 1918. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Harry M. Detrick, 

Snydersville, Pa. 

Adolph F. Dettrich, 

Skidmore, Texas. 

Henry F. Dillard, 

Altha, Fla. 

Raphael Di Ponzio, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Michael A. Ditella, 

Waterford, N. Y. 

James P. Donovan, 

Mystic, Conn. 

Oscar B. Dormire, 

Perry, Okla. 

Richard J. Doyle, 

Locust Gap, Pa. 

Maurice F. Dugan, 

Trenton, N. J. 



James W. Duggar, 

Beebe, Ark. 

George Eckerdt, 

Montrose, Colo. 

Robert E. Eppling, 

Kingsley, Iowa. 

Carl W. Erickson, 

Akron, Iowa. 

Walter J. Evans, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Fred C. Ferbach, 

Sandusky, Ohio. 

Thomas I. Fetherlin, 

Washington, Pa. 

Charles L. Fincham, 

Copen, W. Va. 

Robert Fleckenstein, 

Unknown. 

Walter N. Fooks, 

Booneville, Ark. 

Elmer Fortin, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. 

Joined Company October 4, 1917. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Reduced to Private August 19, 
1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 
Joined Company January 14, 1919. 
Joined Company November 17, 1917. 
Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Wounded slightly Octo- 
ber 15, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. Wounded slightly October 
14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Charles Fox, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

King W. Fox, 



Ray E. Fox, 



UnknowTi. 



Lnknown. 



Steve Frankowiak, 

Detroit, Mich. 

John Franz, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Carl J. Frederick, 

Mantua, Ohio. 

Peter Galota, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Samuel Geller, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Clarence F. Getz, 

Lehighton, Pa. 

Alexander Gewalski, 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Panfilo Giammarco, 

Fairview, N. J. 

John C. Gillis, 

Lewisville, Ala. 

RoscoE A. Gilpin, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Morris Goland, 

New York City, N. Y, 

Patrick Grogan, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Angelo Giusti, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Allen F. Hafer, 

Sinking Springs, Pa. 



John Harnett, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

Bates C. Harper, 

Tifton, Ga. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Gassed October 7, 
1918, in action near La Forge. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Severely wounded 
October 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 14, 1919. Slightly wounded October 10, 
1918, in action near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Slightly wounded Octo- 
ber 21, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 14, 1918. in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15. 1919. 



Joined Company October, 1917. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Slightly wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class November 14, 1917. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 23, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 7. in 
action near La Forge. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. .Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. Slightly wounded Octo- 
ber 9, in action near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal April 1, 
1918. Reduced to Private June 21, 1918. 



Joined Company November, 1917. 



Joined Company February 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15. 1919. 



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Russell Harrison, 

I nknovvn 

Frederick C. Head, 

Chattanooga. Tenn 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 
Joined Company March 29, 1918. 
Joined Company March 31. 1918. 
Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



WiLLLVM J. HeINRICH, 

New Castle, Pa. 

Emil C. Henrichsen, 

Sandusky. Ohio. 

Frederick C. Herholz, 



fijrdcus^^N V- 



Stacey E. Hill. 



Selma. Ala. 

Ivan L. Holmes, 

Georgetown, N. Y. 

William G. Hutchison, 

Kyle, Texas. 

Floyd Israel. 

Smithfield, Ga. 

John R. Ivester. 



Lnknown. 



Enak Janacka, 



Dover, N. J. 

James C. Jenkins, 

Clayton. Ala. ^ ] 

Nels S. Jorcenson, 

Unknown. 

Frank J. Kadtke, 

Macanaqua, Pa. 



Harry Kahn, 

Paterson, N. J. 

Clifton E. Kaiser, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Robert .M. Kane, 

Chicago, 111. 

William Keller, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John F. Kennedy, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Knopf. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1. 1918. 

Joined Company 1917. Killed October 14, 1918, in ac- 
tion near Sommerance. 

Joined Company February 9. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1. 1918. Reduced to Private March 15, 
1919. 

Joined Company February 4. 1918. 

Joined Company January 14. 1919. 

Joined Company December 19. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. 



II 



Joined Company March 27, 1918. 



Joined Company April, 1918. Severely wounded Octo- 
ber 27. 1918. in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November. 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15. 1918. Reduced to Private July 1. 1918. 
Self-inflicted wound September 16. 1918, near Norroy. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. 



Joined Company February 4, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14. 1919. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1918. Reduced to Private March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November. 1917. 



Joined Company November. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 15, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



John Kobes. 

Trenton, N. J. 

Frank J. Kowalinski. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Nicholas Kozel, 



New Brunswick, N. J. 



James H. Lamb, 

Toledo, Ohi 



Joined Company November, 1917. Killed October 7, 
1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Wounded severely 
October 15. 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 7, 
1918, in action near La Forge. Later reported as having 
died from wounds. 

Joined Company July 22, 1918. Slightly wounded Octo- 
ber 10, 1918. in action near Chatel Chehery. 



Al L. Langdon, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

John W. Lawhorn, 

Maryville, Tenn. 

Grover C. Layne, 

Monteagle, Tenn. 

Joseph H. Ledford, 

Chable, Tenn. 

Broadus B. Lindsey. 

Social Circle, Ga. 



William W. Lisoski, 

Maspeth, L. I., N. Y. 



William J. Long, 

Smith Station, Ala. 



Emanuel Luccivero, 

Brooklvn, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. KiUed October 14, 1918, in action 
near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Appointed Cook 
June 15. 1918. Reduced to Private October ], 1918. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 6, 1917. Appointed Wag- 
oner April 1, 1918. Reduced to Private November 19, 
1918. 



Andrew McClellan, 

Des Arc, Ark. 

Alexander J. McGinley, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

John L. McKeller, 

Ariton, Ala. 

James W. McMahon, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Arnold L. Macholl, 

Chicago, 111. 

Hugh Mainers, 

Unknown. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded severely Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14. 1919. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 11, 1918. 

Joined Company April 10, 1919. Severely wounded 
October 14. 1918, in action near Sommerance. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Pasquale Maletta, 

Horatio, Pa. 



Bolestau Malinowski, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wladyalaw Malkowski, 

Cleveland. Ohio. 

Charles L. Martin, 

Calera, Ala. 



John Masakowski, 

Nanticoke, Pa. 

Luther J. Mashburn, 

Lancaster, Texas. 

Henry F. Meadors, 

Unknown. 

Warren J. Meadows, 

Pitts, Ga. 

Homer A. Medford, 

Reklaw, Texas. 

James E. Milner, 

Rice, Minn. 

Edward M. Miskey, 

Boston, Mass. 



Albert Mielke, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Willie S. Mock, 

Ogeechee, Ga. 



Henry H. Moers, 

Addicks, Texas. 



Harry V. Moore, 

Centre Point, Texas. 



Robert P. Mooty, 



Unknown. 



Jacob Morf, Jr., 

Paterson, N. J. 



Otto Moritz, 

Sunset Heights, Texas. 

Benjamin F. Morris, 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 1, 1918. Slightly wounded October 15, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. 

Joined Company March 20, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Killed October 14, 1918, in 
action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1918. Wounded severely 
October 27, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company December 19, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company February 4, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Wounded October 7, 1918, in 
action near La Forge. (Woimd slight.) 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 11, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. Wounded severely October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



William Mullen, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Boston, Mass. 



Walter Munn, 



Danville, III. 

William Murphey, 

Unknown. 

John Murray, 

Dover, N. J. 

Harry Mussen, 

Paterson, N. J. 

Charles W. Myerly, 

Westminster, Md. 

Walter R. Myntti, 

Laurium, Mich. 

August Nartine, 

Netcong, N. J. 

Robert L. Nelson, 

Savannah, Ga. 



John Neukan, 

Almyra, Ark. 

Charles F. Nikkila, 

Kettle River, Minn. 

John W. Norris, 

Greenville, Miss. 

Edgar A. Nuckels, 

Plainview, Texas. 

Raymond J. O'Connell, 

Unknown. 

Edwin Olson, 

Chicago, 111. 

Kyle Owens, 

Tazewell, Tenn. 

Cornelius F. Omarr, 

Angola, N. Y. 

Fred A. Page, 

St. Regis Falls. N. Y. 

John G. Papes, 

Joliet, 111. 

Salvatore Panico, 

Paterson, N. J. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance, 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company March 19, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 12, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Slightly wounded October 15, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 
Joined Company February 23, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company April, 1918. Severely wounded Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 13, 1918. 

Joined Company March 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 8. 1918, (not in action) near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 13, 1918. 



Joined Company November, 1917. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Floyd Patterson. 

Morgan Mill, Texas. 

Herman Patterson, 

Valley View, N. M. 

Frank Payton, 

Soperton, Ga. 

James C. Peacock, 

Okahumpka, Fla. 

Solomon D. Peek, 



Unknown. 



Thomas 0. Peek. 



Unknown. 

Edward Peppard, 

Peoria, HI. 

Clarence J. Plumlee, 

Trench, Ark. 

Ernest L. Powell, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Leroy Prince, 

Salem, Ala. 

Morris Putterman, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Walter Quimby, 

Atmore, Ala. 

Elmer R. Reinaman, 

Tarrytown, Md. 

John H. Reinhardt, 

Wilsonville, Ala. 

Clarence P. Rentschler, 
Centreport, Pa. 

Fred Richter, 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Walter A. Richter, 

Gillett, Ark. 



William E. Roberts, 

Piriton, Ala 



Frank Romani, 

Flushing, N. Y. 



Frank Rotella, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. 
Joined Company August 12, 1918. 



Joined Company August, 1918. Killed October 14, 
1918. in action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company August, 1918. Killed October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 
Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company January, 1918. Killed October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company March 27, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Wounded slightly 
October 8, in action near La Forge. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. 



Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company August 12, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company November, 1917. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Killed October 7, 1918, 
Henderson, Minn. in action near La Forge. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. Slightly gassed Octo- 
ber 7, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1919. Slightly wounded October 8, 
1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



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William J. Royals, 

Opelika, Ala. 

Rex W. Sadderis, 

Toledo, Ohio. 

George S. Salley, 

Cleveland, Miss. 

Henry Samson, 

Sou. Boston, Mass. 



Joined Company March 27, 1918. Slightly wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 15, 1918. Reduced to Private March 
15, 1919. Self-inflicted wound October 17, 1918, near 
Sommerance. 



Ole a. Sand, 



Herscher, 111. 



Anzelmo Santucci, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 



1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



HoNOREs Savage, 

Manville, R. I. 

EWALD B. SCHROEDER, 

Rayland, Te.xas. 

Otto E. Schukraft, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Thomas J. Sellers, 

Unknown. 

Harry D. Seymour, 

Plantersville, Ala. 

Clower a. Simpson, 

Unknown. 



Joseph W. Smalley, 

Unknown. 



Appointed Private 



James Smiley, 



Unknown. 



John H. Smith, 

AshviUe, Ala 



Walker Smith, 

Unknown. 

Nicholas M. Soluski, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

George W. Spivey, 

Unknown. 



Joined Company November, 1917. 
1st Class August 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company July 22, 1918. 



Joined Company August 12, 1918. Severely wounded 
October 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Severely wounded October 18. 1918, 
in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 1918, 
in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company August 12, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. Slightly wounded October 
14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company March. 1918. Severely wounded Octo- 
ber 26, 1918. in action near Sommerance. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Severely wounded Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 



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Morris E. Stansbury, 

Peoria, HI. 

William J. Stark, 

Camden, N. J. 

Ed M. Starnes, 

Embreville, Tenn. 

Sam R. Stephenson, 

Clayton, Ala. 

Gilbert Stevenson. 

Peoria, HI. 

Emil H. Stock, 

Odessa, Minn. 

Leo E. Stoneking, 

Trenton, Mo. 

Mason S. Stuart, 

Adelphia, Iowa. 

Albert G. Stump, 

Unknown. 

Herman Stunek, 

Foley, Minn. 

John G. Sugars, 

Truman, Minn. 

Percy E. Sullivan, 

Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Morgan H. Swanner, 

Booze Hill, Tenn. 

Walter E. Swanson, 

Brockwayville, Pa. 

Bruno Swiatowy', 

Graniteville, S. I., N. Y. 



Joseph Talkowsky, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joseph Taub, 



Paterson, N. J. 



Lonnie Teague, 

Brownwood, Texas. 



Lonnie Thornton, 

Fagus, Mo. 



William F. Tigges, 

Dubuque, Iow£ 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. Appointed Priv 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November, 1917. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Slightly wounded Octo- 
ber 8, 1918, in action near La Forge. 



Joined Company March 27, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. Slightly wounded Sep- 
tember 15, 1918. near Norroy. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Wounded slightly 
October 10, 1918. not in action, near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15, 1918. Slightly wounded October 14, 
1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 14, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 15. 1918. Severely wounded October 14, 
1918. in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



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Herbert D. Todd, 

Buhl, Mont. 

Howard A. Tolbert, 

Marble Hill. Mo. 



John Trusevick, 

Cliffside, N. J. 

Raymond S. Tucker, 

Frederickstown, Mo. 

Charles Verkeeke, 

Paterson, N. J. 

Arthur F. Vickery, 

Lagro, Ind. 

Charlie M. Vinson. 

Bakerhill, Ala. 

Francesco Vitale, 

New York City, N. Y. 

John W. Walden, 

Mt. Andrew, Ala. 

Frank Wandersee, 

New Ulm, Minn. 

James C. Watson, 

Trenton, N. J. 



Richard Watson, 

Johnson City, 111. 

Fred H. Wendlandt, 

Burlington, Iowa. 

Richard E. Wendt, 

Springfield, Minn. 

Frederick J. Williams, 

Ridgefield, Conn. 

RuFus R. Wilson, 

McCall Creek, Miss. 

Guy Wineland, 

Cherry Valley, Ark. 

John F. Wise, 

Choctaw, Oklahoma. 



John Wozniak, 



3ston, Mass. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
December 15, 1917. Reduced to Private August 28, 1918. 
Slightly wounded October 10, 1918, in action near Chatel 
Chehery. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 22, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Cook 
March 20, 1918. Reduced to Private December 27, 1918. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Slightly wounded Oc- 
tober 7, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Slightly wounded 
October 7, 1918, in action near La Forge. 

Joined Company March 27, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal Feb- 
ruary 1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 1, 1918. Severely 
wounded October 15, 1918, in action near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Slightly wounded Octo- 
ber 10, 1918. not in action, near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company February 4, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. .Appointed Private 
1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9. 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



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George W. Yeany, 

Sommerville, 



Walter Zenletski, 

Unknown. 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
February 1, 1918. Reduced to Private June 22, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal September 11. 1918. Reduced to Private 
March 15, 1919. Slightly wounded October 9, 1918, (not 
in action) near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Private Isl 
Class June 15, 1918. Slightly wounded October 8, 1918, 
in action near La Forge. 



ROSTER OF COMPANY D, 328TH INFANTRY, FROM ITS 

LANDING IN FRANCE TILL ITS RETURN 

TO THE UNITED STATES 



Guy C. Lewis, 
Lebanon, New Hampshire. 



Herbert D. N. Jones, 
278 Sixth Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Captains 

Commissioned Captain September, 1917. Assigned to 
Company June 12, 1918. Sick in Hospital from Gas Sep- 
tember 19, 1918, to October 3, 1918. With Company Oc- 
tober 3, 1918, to October 17, 1918. Sick in Hospital from 
October 17, 1918. to October 28, 1918, with Company from 
October 28, 1918, to February 15, 1919. Sick in Hos- 
pital from February 15 to March 30, 1919. Command of 
Company from March 30. 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company March 5, 1919, to March 30, 1919. Assigned to 
Company C of Regiment. 



Edwin W. Boney. 



Scott Candler, 



Atlanta, Ga 



Leon L. Folsom, 

McRae, Ga. 



First Lieutenants 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 17. Assigned to 
Company February 15, 1918, Commanding Company from 
February 15, 1918, to May 25, 1918. Sick in Hospital May 
25, 1918. Dropped from rolls at that date. 

Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant August 14, 1917. Com- 
missioned as 1st Lieutenant January, 1918. Assigned to 
Company February 15, 1918. In command of Company 
from May 25, 1918, to June 12, 1918. Sick in Hospital 
■ from Mustard Gas September 19, 1918, to September 28, 
1918, Command of Company September 20 to October 5, 
and October 19-28. Transferred as Captain to Company 
"F" of Regiment November 22, 1918. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant January, 1918. Assign- 
ed to Company September 1, 1917. Sick in Hospital from 
machine gun wound October 14, 1918, to December 14, 
1918. In command of Company from February 15. 1919, 
to March 5, 1919. 



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Mack Hirshberg, 

15 Nelson St., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Julian Hirshberg. 

15 Nelson St., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Earl Del Era. 
Ira D. Coombs, 



Earl W. South, 

68 4th Ave., South, 

Moorhead, Minn. 

Grover B. Harman, 

Wolbash, Nebr. 

Joseph H. Woeste. 



Commisioned as 2nd Lieutenant August, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 1, 1917. Commissioned as 
1st Lieutenant November 11, 1918. From duty to Special 
Duty for Division June 18 to August 18, 1918. Acting 
Battalion Gas Officer from October 1, 1918, to November 
20, 1918. Relieved from special duty with Battalion No- 
vember 20, 1918. Duty with Company from November 20, 
1918, to present date. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant January, 1918. As- 
signed to Company February 10, 1918, to June 11, 1918. 
Transferred to Company C of Regiment June 11, 1918. 

Assigned to Company May 26, 1918. Transferred to 2nd 
Division June 12, 1918. 

Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant June 20, 1918. As- 
signed to Company July 20, 1918. Commissioned as 1st 
Lieutenant November 11, 1918. Hospital from machine 
gun wound October 14, 1918, to November 6, 1918. Re- 
turned to Company November 6, 1918. Transferred to 
Supply Company of Regiment January 2, 1919. Cited for 
gallantry in action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
82nd Division, January 13, 1918. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant October 20, 1917. As- 
signed to Company November 4, 1918. 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant July 7. 1918. Assigned 
to Company January 3, 1919. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant September, 1917. As- 
signed to Company November 5, 1918. On Detach Service 
at University of Toulouse, France, from March 6, 1919, to 
present date. 



William E. Shackelford, 
Decatur, Ala. 



E.arl E. Smeeling, 

North Dakota. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August, 1917. Assigned 
to Company September 1, 1917. Transferred to Supply 
Company of Regiment September 3, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July, 1918. Attached to 
Company October 20, 1918. Sick in Hospital November 
11, 1918. Dropped from roUs same date. 



George C. Watkins, 
1008 South Broadway, 

Lexington, Ky. 



Flrst Sergeants 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant September 20, 1917. Appointed 1st Sergeant Sep- 
tember 21, 1917. Officers Training Camp from January 18, 
to April 5, 1918. With Company from April 5. 1918, to 
July 10, 1918. Transferred to 320th Field ArtiOery as 
2nd Lieutenant. 



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Arthur W. Wendler, 
416 Morgan St., 

Union Hill, N. J. 



Clarence W. Griswald, 

5913 N. Mervine St., 

Fei-nrock, Philadelphia, 1 



Hartman Gibson, 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Cor- 
poral March 1, 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant May 1. 1918. 
Returned to U. S. August 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Acting Supply Sergeant from De- 
cember 15, 1917. to January 5, 1918. Acting 1st Sergeant 
from January 5. 1918, to April 20, 1918. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant September 1, 1918. Sick in Hospital from 
shrapnel wound October 10, 1918, to December 5, 1918. 
Duty as 1st Sergeant from December 5, 1918, to present 
date. 

Joined Company September 20, 1917, as Corporal from 
Regular Army. Appointed Sergeant November 23. 1917; 
from Sergeant to 1st Sergeant November 1, 1918. Re- 
duced from 1st Sergeant to Sergeant January 15, 1919, on 
account of surplus 1st Sergeants. Cited for gallantry in 
action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, January 13, 1919. 



Paul 0. Dathe, 

516 Ruscomb St., 
Philadelphia, 



Supply Seegeant 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant January 15, 1918. 



Henry Winkler, 

Middle River, Md. 



Alex Kammelhor, 

79 McBride Ave.. 

Paterson, N. J. 



Mess Sergeants 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Cook January 15. 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant Jan- 
uary 22, 1918. Reduced from Mess Sergeant to Private 
July 17, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private August 1. 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant 
August 12. 1918. Reduced from Mess Sergeant February 
15. 1919. 



K.^VRL T. Staples, 

Roopville, Ga. 



Joined Company September 5. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Cook February 15, 1919. Appointed Mess Sergeant Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 



Leonard Armistead, 
333 Lewisburg Ave., 

Franklin, Tenn. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private September 20. 1917. Officers Training 
Camp January 5. 1918. to April 5. 1918. Duty with Com- 
pany from April 5, 1918. to July 20, 1918. Transferred to 
5th Division as 2nd Lieutenant July 20. 1918. 



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Noel P. Vawter, 

Huntingdon, Tenn. 



Joined Company September 5. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private October 1. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal October 20, 1917. Officers Training Camp 
August 18. 1918. Transferred to 78th Division as 2nd 
Lieutenant. 



Mark Roberts, 

798 Dorchester Ave., 

Dorchester, Mass. 



Charles O'Niel, 

Delaware City, Del. 



Clair Armagost, 

Reynoldsville, 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal December 15, 1917. Officers Training Camp 
January 5. 1918, to April 5, 1918. With Company April 
5. 1918. to July 20. 1918. Transferred to 5th Division 
July 20. 1918. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 1. 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal January 1. 1918. Officers Training Camp Jan- 
uary 5, 1918. to April 5, 1918. Duty with Company April 
5. 1918. to July 20. 1918. Transferred to 2nd Division 
July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal November 15, 1917. Officers Training Camp Au- 
gust, 1918. Returned to Company December 26, 1918. 



Albert W. Pils, 
Box 116, 

LaSalle, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal April 1, 1918. Wounded by machine gun 
bullet at Sommerance October 14, 1918. 



Pasquale Tarantino, 
8 Park St., 

Paterson, N. J. 

Wafford Skinner, 

111 4th Street, 

Cordele, Ga. 

Ulysses T.\ylor, 

Ware, Mass. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. .\ppointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal March 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private August 15, 1918. Left Company for U. S. 
December 10, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal March 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy Sep- 
tember 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital same 
date. 



Harry Lauer, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Albert Olsen. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. .Appointed Corporal 
January 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal May 
1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy September 18, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal August 1. 1918. Wounded in action at Sommer- 
ance October 14, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hospital 
same date. 



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William Lawton, 

83 William St., 

Newport, R. I. 



William Joyce, 

Osakis, Minn. 

Joseph Rivard, 

194 5th Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Henry Tripp, 

Westport, Mass. 



Andrew K. Stien, 

223 Steiner St., 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal September 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 
14, 1918, at Sommeran'-e. France. Cited for gallantry in 
action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private November ], 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal November 1, 1918. 

Transferred as Sergeant from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 



Joseph Love, 

216 West Main St., 

New Albany, Ind. 

Harry Peterson, 

Route A, Box 406, 

Chico, Cal. 

John W. Davis, 

212 3rd Ave., 
West Cedar Rapids, N. Y. 

Felix Fieler, 

1577 Avenue A, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Edward Colby, 

43 Hewey St., 

Brockton, Mass. 



Jay D. Eggart, 

6233 Limekiln Pike, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Transferred as Sergeant from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 



Transferred as Sergeant from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal May 1, 1918. Officers Training Camp October 1, 
1918. Transferred from Company at same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal August 1, 1918. Officers Training Camp Octo- 
ber 1, 1918. Transferred from Company at same date. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal April 15, 1918. Wounded at Sommerance Octo- 
ber 14, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hospital on same 
date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal December 15. 1917. Returned to U. S. as In- 
structor August 15. 1918. 



James E. McNulty, 
1016 East Drinker St., 
Dunmore, 1 



COEPOEALS 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. 



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Hugh McQuad, 

8 Rice Street, 

Brookline, Mass. 

Frederick Grant, 

921 Hancock St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Russell G. Skinner, 

Brimfield, Mass. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. From Duty to Special 
Duty as Battalion Sergeant Major from August 1, 1918, 
to January 1, 1919. Duty as Company Clerk with Com- 
pany from January 1, 1919, to present date. Wounded in 
action at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 



Joseph Miller, 

R. F. D. No. 6, 

Hanover, Pa. 

William Prostler, 
104 Washington St., 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Gassed in action at 
Norroy. France, September 19, 1918. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital on same date. 



Frank Rabetoy, 
389 Ford Street, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Gassed at Sommerance, 
France, October 14, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 



William Murphy. 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Chase Mill, N. Y. 

Leo a. Votr.'VW, 

Ausable Falls, N. Y. 



William Glenn, 

Newbells, N. D. 



James McGovern, 

2076 Eighth Ave., 

New York City. 

William Hackett, 

Ripley, Tenn. 

Henry Kendrick, 

Barwick, Ga. 



Joined Company October 24. 1917. .Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy 
September 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 1, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital on same date. 

Joined Company March, 1918. Appointed Corporal 

from Private June 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy, 

France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 1. 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy 
France. September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 1, 1918. Transferred to Quartermas- 
ter Corps 82nd Division June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company February, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 



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Edgar Sparks, 

Box 81, 

Bemis, Tenn. 

Peter Marianan. 



Charles Philips, 

244 U Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 20, 1918. Wounded in action at Som- 
merance, October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company July, 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private September 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 7. 
1918, at Sommerance, France. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 1. 1918. Transferred to 80th Di- 
vision September, 1918. Transferred from 80th Division to 
82nd Division as attached for duty to return to states 
March 15, 1919. 



Victor Dunn, 



Hanks, N. D. 



Edward Faller, 

Box 28, Route No. 1, 

Winfred, S. D. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 20, 1918. Wounded in action at Som- 
merance, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy. 
France. September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 



David Holt, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Marion, N. D. 



Charles Pickthorn, 

Lafayette, Ga. 



Alexander Kelly, 
50 Middleton Ave., 

Newport, R. I. 

August 0. Kruger. 
65 Horton Ave., 
New Rochelle. N. Y. 

George B. Harris, 

Leoma, Tenn. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal 

from Private August 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy, 

France. September 18, 1918. Transferred to S O. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital on same date. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private April 1. 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy. France, September 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 13, 1918. Wounded in action October 
18. 1918, at Sommerance, France, by shell fire. 

Joined Company February, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 1, 1918. Reduced from Corporal to 
Private February 15, 1919. 



Herbert Austin, 

122 Main St., 

Osdensburs, N. Y. 



Chester Shrum, 

Tarrs, Penn. 



Roy T. Brock, 

Cottonhill. Ala. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 1, 1918. Reduced from Corporal to 
Private January 15, 1919. Wounded in action at La 
Forge. France, October 7, 1918. 

Transferred from Company 'L," 328th Infantry, to 
Company "D" of Regiment December 5. 1918. Transferred 
as Corporal to Company. 

Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 1, 1918. Duty as Company Clerk. 



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239 



Nels Frederickson, 

Williston, N. D. 



Adrien Molloy, 

217 Wilson St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Louis Sandoski, 

Baltimore, Md. 

William Stoner, 

74 East Blake Ave., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Louis 0. Dischinger, 

Pomeroy, Ohio. 

John H. Barnes, 

Route No. 12, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

George Cox, 

148 East Terrace St., 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Howard Whipp, 
R. F. D. No. 5, Box 125, 
Frederick Co., Md. 

Martin L. Woods, 

Brookland, Texas. 

Edward Stanezyk, 

1620 West 15th St., 

Chicago, 111. 

James B. Jones, 

257 Poplar Street, 

Jackson, Tenn. 



John F. Norfleet, 
Route No. 2, 

Venleer, Tenn. 

Edward P. Payton, 

Yuba City, Cal. 

Charles Richardson, 
P. 0. Box 236, 

Midlothian, Texas. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class November 1, 1918. Gassed in action Septem- 
ber 16. 1918. at Norroy, France. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class November 1, 1918. Transferred to Beaun Uni- 
versity March 5, 1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company July, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company July, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18. 1918. 
from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company February 9, 1918. 
from Private December 1, 1918. 



Appointed Corporal 



ited Corporal 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 1, 1918. 

Transferred from Company L, 328th Infantry, as Cor- 
poral to Company "D" of Regiment January 5, 1919. 

Transferred as Corporal from Headquarters Company of 
Regiment to Company "D," 328th Infantry, December. 
1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Gassed in action at Norroy, 
France. September 18, 1918. 

Joined Company March 27, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Gassed in action Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, at Norroy, France. 

Transferred as Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 



Transferred a 
vember 1. 1918. 



Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 



Paul Nance, 



Medora, Ind. 



Transferred as Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1. 1918. 



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H.-uiOLD Owens, 

Brownston, Ind. 

Jacob P. Myers, 

Chester, La. 

Leonard McNiel, 

Richmond, Va. 

Robert Christie, 



Arnot, 



Bernard Thomas. 



Robert Kennedy. 



Shepard Jordan. 



ESTRAS DOLONEY. 



Q(g<jghf6t/rg,N Y. 



Transferred as Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 

Transferred as Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 

Transferred as Corporal from Replacement Camp No- 
vember 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 1, 1918. Wounded in action at Nor- 
roy. France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 14, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. .Appointed Corporal 
from Private .\r.gust 1, 1918. Killed in action October 7, 
1918. 

Joined Company March 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 1, 1918. Died in Hospital from Opera- 
tion August, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. Died from mustard gas 
burns October, 1918. 



John Wachter, 

1018 Clinton St., 
Baltimore City, Md. 

Joseph Turner, 
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 98, 

Emmitsburg, Md. 

Gerard Coletta, 

27 Woodard Ave., 

Boston, Mass. 

George B.attincer. 



Cooks 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. 
from Private November 1, 1917. 



Appointed Cook 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private February 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private March 30, 1918. 



Joined Company July 15, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 10. 1918. .Appointed Cook from Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 



George Little, 

16 Chapel St., 

Cuba, N. Y. 

Coy C. Partain, 

R. F. D. No. 9, 

Elbe:loii, Ga. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. .Appointed Mechanic 
from Private December 15, 1917. Gassed in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 10, 1918. 

Transferred as Mechanic from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4. 1918. 



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Eakl R. Shaw, 
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 151, 
Chico, Cal. 

Steven Dobrzeniewicz, 
R. F. D. No. 3. Box 9, 

Eden, N. Y. 

Joe Larson. 



Bass Haren, 



Epworth, Ga 



Transferred as Mechanic from Replacement Depot No- 
smber 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private November 1. 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 

from Private April 15. 1918. Gassed in action at Norroy, 

France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private February 14, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France. September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 



John F. Cutaiar. 

523 North 41st St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peter Calvagna, 
69 James St., 

New York City, N. Y. 



Btjglees 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private February 1. 1918. Transferred to Quarter- 
master Corps June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private May 1, 1918. From Duty to Hospital from 
accident November 25, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 



Privates and Peivates Fiest Class 



BOLESLAW AlIBOWIEZ, 

930 Carmel St., 

Dickson City, Pa. 

Henry Anderson, 

Caldwell, Ala. 

Julius Anderson, 

Chesley, N. D. 

James Antrim, 

Missouri Valley, Iowa. 

Thomas Attinello, 
132 Mercer St., 

Philipsburg, N. J. 

George Angelo. 

217 2nd Ave., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Jess S. Armentrout, 
R. F. D. No. 4, 

London, Ohio. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. .Appointed Private 
St Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company March 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded in 
action at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 13, 1918. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15. 1919. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. .\ppointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded 
in action at Sommerance. France. October 15, 1918. 

Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Joined Company July, 1918. Wounded in action at La 
Forge, France, October 7. 1918. 



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Dewey E. Arowood, 
807 Coleman St., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Frank Austin, 

Chatham, 111. 

Edie H. Austin, 

Decaturville, Tenn. 

Guy Alexander, 

Monterey, Tenn. 



Frank Bland, 

4233 S. Mozark St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Addie E. Blankenship, 

Attoyac, Texas. 

Othniel Borders, 

Winder, Ga. 

Elbert Bowlin, 

Ashville, Ga. 



Robert H. Breland, 

Purvis, Miss. 

Charles Butler, 
Route 1, 

Wynot, Miss. 

George Babiniotes, 
214 Market St., 

Newark, N. J. 

Frederick A. Balsiger, 
Route 10, Box 35, 

Guthrie, Okla. 

Fred Barlow, 

Edray, W. Va. 

John W. Bass, 

Oneal, Miss. 

August Baumgartner, 

Norwood, Ohio. 

Henry Bessant, 

Troy, Ala. 

Frank Blanchette, 
240 S. Enterance, 

Kankakee, 111. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 
14, 1919. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 
14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company July, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 20, 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class November 1, 1918, from 
Replacement Depot. 



Transferred as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry 
February 11, 1919. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry 
February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company March 28, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. Sick in Hos- 
pital September 6, 1918, to November 1, 1918. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry 
February 14, 1919. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry 
February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 
14, 1919. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 
14, 1919. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 
14, 1919. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No 
vember 1, 1918. 



Joined Company March 28, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Novem- 
ber 14, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Salvatore Bonnano, 
1773 Ave. A, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Valentine Branz, 

Strawn, III. 

Forest J. Brock, 

Wileyville, W. Va. 

EiXERY C. Bunker, 

2422 Ontario St., 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Gennore Bove, 

289 Adams St., 

Newark, N. J. 

Walter BowKER.>y. 
Mew VotK Citj 

George Brown, 

Charleston, N. D. 



John Bothelo, 

Fall River, Mas 



Wadleslaw Chrzarnowskl 
James T. Choate. 



Cecil Clendenon, 

Scottsboro, Ala. 



Abe H. Cohen, 



Jingo, Tenn. 



DiMMETT Coryell, 

Mount Carmel, Ky. 

Wylie Y. Campbell, 
Box 192, 

Morgan, Texas. 

Oscar A. Champod, 
545 West Morris St., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pedro Chavez, 

Los Elbanos, Texas. 

Angelo Ciacomi, 

3511 Carlisle Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Transferred from Company "A" of Regiment February 
6, 1919. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot as Private No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Transferred from Company M, 328th Infantry, January 
5, 1919. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded in action 
at La Forge, France, October 7, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Norroy, France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Deserted at Marbache 
Woods, France, September 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement De- 
pot November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company February 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. Gassed Septem- 
ber 18, 1918, at Norroy, France. 

Joined Company August 20, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Novem- 
ber 4, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Novem- 
ber 4, 1918. 



Transferred from Company L, 328th Infantry, January 
5, 1919. 



Joined Company August 20, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Henry D. Clinger, 

Route 8, Box 1, 

San Antonio, Texas. 

LoNNiE Corey, 

Fort Cobb, Okla. 

Frank Cuzzola, 

282 Shepard Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Owen De Mar, 

R. F. D. No. 7, 

Winterset, Iowa. 

David Derickson, 

336 North 4th St., 
Raton, New Mexico. 

Ralph Dichillo, 

68 Liberty St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Frank Domine, 

33 Pearl St., 

Lancaster, N. Y. 

Alfred Brasher. 

1634 Plain St., 

Avoca, Pa. 

Leonardo DeSalvo, 

N fW ' <o r K gjt^ 

John Doran, 

.51 Graham St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hershal Dykes. 

R. F. D. No. 4, 

Blackstone, Ga. 

Fred Everts, 

52 Watkins St., 

Berry, N. Y. 

Edward G. Egan, 

7246 West 12th St., 

Forest Park, 111. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Novem- 
ber 4, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. 



Joined Company March 30. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 1, 1918. Wounded October 
8, 1918, at Chatel Chehery. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement De- 
pot November 4, 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private January 14. 
1919. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Octo- 
ber 24, 1918. 



Joined Company March 3, 1918. Killed in action at 
Sommerance. France, October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company March 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital January 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company March 8, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in action 
October 14, 1918, at Sommerance. France. 

Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Leonardo Eramo, 

207 Rosette St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Melvin Eggleston, 
R. F. D. No. 4, 
North Bangor, N. Y. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private Feljruary 
14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 24. 1917. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance. France, October 14. 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital same date. 



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245 



Damel W. Francher, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Calera, Ala. 

Lawrence Flading, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Homestead, Pa. 

Harry Frank, 
137 Clinton St., 

New York City, N. Y. 

Francesco Farante, 
235 Francis Ave., 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

James A. Fields, 
Bloomington Springs, Tenn. 

Alfonso Finet, 

Box 243, 

Beverdale, Pa. 

Carl Finley, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Gouveneur, N. Y. 

Max F. Fries, 

Lemont, 111. 

Odan Forrester, 

Vernon, Tenn. 



David Falline, 

Cambridge, III. 



Joined Company February 26, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. Gassed in ac- 
tion at Sommerance, France, October 16, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917, 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from 327th Infantry January 13. 
1919. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 

France. September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company March 15, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 

France, September 18, 1918, Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 



WiLLiAM H. Griffin, 

Constable, N. Y. 

Owen H. Gibson, 

Social Circle, Ga. 

Clayton Gaddy, 

Henry, Tenn. 

John J. Galitski, 

323 North Oak St., 

Mount Carmel, Pa. 

CosiMO Gallitelli, 

291 Hudson Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph Giangreco, 
20 Peach St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private Is 
Class from Private November 1, 1918, 



Joined Company April 18. 1918. 



Transferred to Company from Replacement Depot Au- 
gust 20, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24. 1917. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance, France. October 14, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from 327th Infantry February 14, 
1919. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Transferred from Replacement October 25, 1918. 



Webster Gilkey, 

R. F. D. No. 1, Box 96, 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Harry Grelling, 

Cabot, Pa. 

Pawel Grzybowski, 
71 Sheldon Ave., 

Lancaster, N. Y. 

Antonio Guarino, 

306 West Licock St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Petro Gericutino. 
Harry Gostin. 



N ew Yo rK Ci U^ 

Stefanio Graziano. 



John Green, 

R. F. D. No. 4, 

Warrenton, Ga. 

Fred Harris, 

Werner, N. D. 

Harold Heavrin, 

Dunlap, 111. 

James M. Hancock, 

Thomasville, Ga. 

Chester W. Hannan, 
R. F. D. No. 2, Mozark Rd., 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

Jeptha Harris, 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Irving L. Hicks, 

Lorton, Va. 

William H. Hillyard, 
124 S. Braddock, 

Winchester, Va. 

George E. Horn, 

Gibsonia, Pa. 

Wayne Hutchinson, 

Clio, Iowa. 

Sczepan Hycz, 

34 Penora St., 

Depew, N. Y. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot October 24, 1918 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918, 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Killed in action al 
Sommerance, France, October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Killed in action al 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company July, 1918. Killed in action at Chate^ 
Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Wounded in action al 
Sommerance, France, October 17, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Private Isl 
Class from Private August 1, 1918. Wounded in action al 
.Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1; 
Class August 1. 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed in action at Nor- 
roy. France, September 18. 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded in action a 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 



Transferred from Replacement as Private October 25 
1918. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot as Private Octo 
ber 25, 1918. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. 
Joined Company October 20, 1917. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



James Heery, 

91 Winthrop St., 

Brockton, Mass. 

David Holt, 

Marion, N. D. 



Roy Hyatt, 

Burlington, Tenn. 

Walter Ivey. 



Frank Iwan. 

John Jablowski, 

101 Harvester Ave., 

Batavia, N. Y. 

John L. Jones, 

Loomisville, Ala. 

Thomas Jordan, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 

Price Jermigan, 

Hillsboro, Tenn. 



Willie Jones, 



Michell, Ga. 



Fr,ancis Jones, 

Alexander, Ala. 



Rudough Jacobs, 

Ridgewood, N. J. 



Carl Kindrick, 

Rockwood, Tenn. 

Paul Konopka, 

76 Hudson Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Peter Kekeris, 

141 Eleott St., 

Boston, Mass. 

James JCannak, 

1282 Hewett Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Harry Kaplan. 

Mew YovK Citij 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital November 28, 1918. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital January 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Transferred from 327th Infantry January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. 



Joined Company July, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October ' 14, 1918. Transferred to 
S. 0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital January 15, 1919.. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 1, 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. 
Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William Knight, 

Daleville, Ala. 



Charles Long, 

Wilkesbarre, 



Joseph LaBarge, 

Winchindon, Mass. 

John J. Lassister, 

Evergreen, Ala. 

Pierre Lesperance, 
586 N. Main St., 

Woonsocket, R. I. 

RoscoE A. Lewis, 

1350 East Main St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Vincent Libowski, 

66 Penora St., 

Depew, N. Y. 

Morris Lichenstein, 

Allentown, Pa. 

Joseph Lierly. 

KellerviUe. 111. 

Frank Lister, 
32 North Comestonia St., 
West Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Loper, 

Greenwich, N. J. 

Fred Lutz, 

760 Jos Campaw Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 

William Lannan. 

Joseph Liss. 

199 Forsyth St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Henry Lieberman, 

8557 East 17th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Everett Lawrence, 
304 Madison Ave., 
Haszrouck Heights, N. J. 

Harvey McRae, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Clio, Ala. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion at Sommerance, France, October 14. 1918. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. 

Transferred from Company L, 328th Infantry, January 
£, 1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded in action 
at La Forge October 6. 1918. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. 

Transferred from Headquarters Company. 328th In- 
fantry, December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18. 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance, France, September 14. 1918. Transferred 
to S. O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 28. 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital August 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 17, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 



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Nathan Mackun, 

36 Anderson St., 

Boston, Mass. 

George Masters, 

80 Pleasant St., 

Milton, Mass. 

Louis Miano, 

106 London St., 

East Boston, Mass. 

Eugene Moore, 

N. Main St., 

Pasquag, R. I. 

Joe Martino, 

647 Drinker St., 

Dunmore, Pa. 

Martin Meaney, 

Jesup, Iowa. 

Robert Mooney, 

Kokoma, IlL 

Jazef Mostrung, 

202 Gould Ave., 

Depew, N. Y. 

Freemont Muecke, 

Hinton, Iowa. 

Julius Muecke, 

R. F. D. No. 2. Box 37, 

Irene, S. D. 

Oswalt Muecke, 

Hinton, Iowa. 

Walter Muecke, 

Hinton, Iowa. 

Peter Myhre, 

R. F. D. No. 9, 

Montevido, Minn. 

Nicholas Minick, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Rice Morgan, 

Villanow, Ga. 



Pasquale Morino, 

30 Bryan Place, 

Lodi, N. J. 

William J. McCard, 

Ashburn. Ga. 



Joined Company OctoDer 24. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private May 1. 1918. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance, October 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private May 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy. France. September 18. 1918. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. from Replacement 
Depot. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917, Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 



Joined Company from Replacement Depot November 4, 
1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917, Transferred to S. 0. 
S, Hospital September 30, 1918, 

Joined Company October 28, 1917, Gassed at Norroy. 
France, September 19, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Wounded in action 
at La Forge, France. October 7. 1918. Transferred to S. 
O. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy. France. 



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William Nickas, 

156 Prospect St., 

Gloucester, Mass. 

Frederick L. Nicholson, 
Belfield, N. D. 

Joseph Neisius, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

LeMars, Iowa. 

Philip Nordenberg, 
155 Hyland Ave., 

Yonkers, N. Y. 

Edwin Nystrun, 

821 Wall St., 

Sioux City, Iowa. 

Edgar Nelson. 



Peter Ohlschlager, 
102 2nd Street, 

Penora, 111. 

James W. Gates, 

Houston, Texas. 

Thomas O'Brien, 

Victoria, Texas. 

William J. O'Brien, 

Victoria, Texas. 

Thomas O'Donnel, 
224 Helen Ave., 

Detroit, Mich. 

John Olkowlski, 

304 Avenue E, 

Bayonne, N. J. 

Peter Olzanskl 



Oliver Olsen, 

Rainback, Iowa. 



Joseph P. Paquette, 

Dryburg, Mich. 



Anthony Penkola, 

Edwardsville, Pa. 



Cerillo Peruzzi, 

Palatka, Mich. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private November 1, 1918. Wounded July 30, 
1918, at Mt. Sec, France. 

Joined Company from Replacement Depot November 4, 
1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 28, 1918. 

Joined Company from Replacement Depot November 4, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement De- 
pot November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918, from Replacement 
Depot. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement 
Camp November 5, 1918. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement De- 
pot November 4, 1918. 



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251 



Clifton Price, 



Felix, Ala. 



Natele Pascelli. 

916 May St., 

Chicago, 111. 

George E. Porter, 

Louisville, N. Y. 

Albert Powell, 
170th St., 

Hazel Cut, 111. 

John Purvis, 

R. F. D. No. 8, 

Dodian, Ala. 

Vinzenzo Puzo, 

1121 Wyoming, Pa. 

Exterburo, Pa. 

Angelo Pedritte, 

Gloucester, Mass. 

Angelo Pedero, 

Gloucester, Mass. 

Fred Reese, 

Crossville, Tenn. 

Walter L. Reynolds, 

Thomaston, Ala. 



Israel Reiskin. 

2010 17th St., 

Washington, D. C. 

Ray Roberts, 

Box 102, 

Abilene, Texas. 

Robert Robinson, 
320 West 84th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Alfred Roemar, 

Long Mott, Texas. 

Jesse C. Roffe, 

3200 West Chaffin St., 

Richmond, Pa. 

William L. Rowe, 

Missouri Valley, Iowa. 

John Rubitschung, 

Lake Linden, Mich. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private November L 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 14, 
1919. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Transferred to Company from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded in action 
at Chatel Chehery, France, October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 28, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private November 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France. September 18, 1918. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. Transferred from 
Company L, 328th Infantry. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private January 14, 
1919. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 



Joined Company from Replacement Depot November 4, 
1918. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 

Transferred as Mechanic from Replacement Depot No- 
vember 4. 1918. Reduced to Private on account of sur- 
plus mechanics January 15, 1919. 



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Gordon Reed, 

Upper Black Eddy, Pa. 

Ralph Rosenborg, 

Gladbrook, Iowa. 



Herbert Reynolds, 

Louisburo;, Tenn. 



Luther Regan, 



Clifty, Tenn. 



Joseph Sandoval, 

Clover, Colo. 

Manuel Santos, 

Gloucester, Mass. 

Joseph Savisky, 

28 Myers St., 

Edwardsville, Pa. 

Francis J. Schwartz, 

Glen Carbon, 111. 

John Segur, 

2150 Auburn Ave.. 

Toledo, Ohio. 

ToNi Sempatico, 

466 Oak St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Max Shear, 

112 East 111th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Walter Sheriff. 



WellsviUe, N. Y. 

Roy Shelby, 

815 Grave St., 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Benj. Silverman, 

149 Broom St., 

New York City. N. Y. 

James H. Smith, 

Forrest City, Ark. 

Dennis Snook, 

Lewiston, Md. 

William E. Squires, 

Morton, Miss. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded at Som- 
merance, France, October 14, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1919. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot October 24, 1918, 
as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15. 1919. Wounded in 
action at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Transferred as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry 
February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Transferred to 80th 
Division October, 1918. Transferred from 80th to 82nd 
Division March 15, 1919. 

Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private February 14, 
1919. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 



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Charles Stine. 

Middletown, Md. 

George Stockham, 

Cuba, 111. 

Edward Strobel, 

1300 East B Street, 

Belleville. 111. 

John P. Sullivan, 

205 Centre St., 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 



Paul Sels, 



Palla, Iowa. 



Ubaldo Stafano, 

13 Elliot St., 

Boston. Mass. 

Jasper Summa, 

Charter St., 

Boston, Mass. 

Joseph Shives. 



William Tatum, 

Prattville, Ala. 

Charles Taylor, 

Route No. 4, 

Contaic, 111. 

John W. Tucker, 

Erasmus, Tenn. 

Paul Tiedt, 

Warrenton, Texas. 

Herbert Tuenge, 

101 West Hazel St., 

Stillwater, Minn. 



Donald Turner, 



Rome, Ga. 



Constantine Vlassis. 
Box 11, 

Strann, III. 

Howard Vaughn, 

Martin City, Mo. 

Martin Vehewald, 
3021 Caroline St., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



.Joined Company October 24, 1917. W( 
at Sommerance, France, October 14. 1918 



253 

ded in action 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from 327th Infantry February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Gassed in action at 
Norroy, France. September 18, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Wounded in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded in action 
at La Forge, France, October 8. 1918. Transferred to S. 
0. S. Hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Transferred to 
Supply Company 328th Infantr>' March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 28, 1918. Killed in action at 
Sommerance, France, October 15. 1918. 



Joined Company April 20, 1918. Appointed Private Ist 
Class from Private November 7, 1918. 



Transferred as Private 1st Class from Replacement De- 
pot November 4. 1918. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private December 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy. 
France, September 14, 1918. 

Transferred as Private from Replacement Depot Novem- 
ber 4, 1918. 

Transferred to Company from Replacement Depot Octo- 
ber 25, 1918. 



Joined Company April 20. 1918. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. O. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 



Joined Company July 25, 1918. Appointed Priv 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



1st 



Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



John Velardo, 

18 Chestnut St., 

Lodi, N. J. 

Roy C. Vickers, 

Pomeroy, Ohio. 

Nicholas Vicoli, 

609 Myrtle St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lloyd Vinzant, 

Lineville, Mo. 

John Vitucovitch, 
28 Locust St., 

Carbondale, Pa. 

John J. Varey, 

34 Newark St., 

Newark, N. J. 

John W. Wagner, 

610 Douglas Ave., 

Belleville, HI. 

Millard F. Wallace, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Opelika, Ala. 

Howard F. Welker, 
Reed St., 

Warsaw. N. Y. 

Andrew Were, 

1255 W. 71st St., 

Chicago, ni. 

Theora H. Wilson, 

Marrowbone, Ky. 

Chris Wyss, Jr., 

901 E. Republic St., 

Peoria, HI. 

Selah Walbridge, 

Wales, Mass. 

Alvin L. Walker, 

Thalmann, Ga. 

Ven H. Warfield, 

1115 North 5th St., 

Waco, Texas. 

Richard Warren, 

Coryell, Texas. 



Joined Company March 21, 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry to Company February 
14, 1919. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Wounded in action 
at La Forge, France, October 6, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Transferred to S. 0. 
S. Hospital November 25, 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private 1st Class 
February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private November 1, 1918. 



Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private 1st Class 
February 14, 1919. 

Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private 1st Class 
February 14, 1919. 

Transferred from 327th Infantry as Private 1st Class 
February 14, 1919. 

Transferred from 328th Infantry, Company L, to Com- 
pany January 5. 1919. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot October 25, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 



Joseph Washelefski, 
173 Zolby St., 

Edwardsville, Pa. 

Gilbert Watson, 

608 N. Park Ave., 

Herrin, III. 

Monroe Watson, 

Guntown, Miss. 

Vernon Weaver, 

Altonio, Iowa. 

Clarence Weidner, 
1238 Wanponsee St., 

Morris, III. 

William Wheeler, 

Brownwood, Texas. 

John J. Whelan, 

148 Hudson St., 

Providence, R. I. 

Paul Wickersham, 
541 Lake View Ave., 

Conneaut, Ohio. 

James Woodruff, 

R. F. D. No. 2, 

Ashland, Ala. 

Ulric Ward, 

Eufaula, Ala. 

Edgar Warrenfeltz, 

Myersville, Md. 



Dosie Winters- 
Peter WlTUNSKI. 

William Yakubiak, 
1122 Douglas St., 

Madison, 111. 

Horace Yoes, 

R. F. D. No. 3, 

Shelbyville, Tenn. 

Mathew Zielinski, 

A/ew VorK Clti| 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. 



Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4, 1918. 
Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 

Transferred from Replacement Depot November 4. 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. 
Hospital October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1917. Gassed at Norroy, 
France, September 18, 1918. Transferred to S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Killed in action at 
Chatel Chehery, France, October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12. 1918. Killed in action at 
Cliale'i Chehery. France, October 7, 1918. 



Transferred from 
vember 12. 1918. 



Division to 82nd Division No- 



Joined Company April 20, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Wounded in action 
at Sommerance, France, October 14, 1918. Transferred to 
S. O. S. Hospital same date. 



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ROSTER OF OFFICERS CONNECTED WITH 2ND BAT- 
TALION PIEADQUARTERS, 328TH INFANTRY 



G. E. Buxton, Jr., 

Providence, R. I. 



J. M. Tillman, 

Lake Wales, Fla. 



Majors 

Assigned to the 328th Infantry August 29. 1917, and 
commanded the 2nd Battalion until September 7. 1918. 
Appointed Division Inspector September 7. 1918. Tem- 
porarily in command of 2nd Battalion from September 11, 
to 17. 1918. 

Commissioned Captain August 15. 1917. Assigned to 
328th Infantry, Company H. August 29. 1917. In com- 
mand of 2nd Battalion from September 7, 1918. Commis- 
soned Major November 11, 1918. Cited in General Orders 
No. 1. January 13. 1919. 



Howell Foreman, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



J. M. Garner, 



Captains 

Commissioned Captain August 15. 1917. Assigned to 
328th Infantry, Company F, August 29, 1917. Commanded 
the 2nd Battalion September 7, to 11. 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. 1st 
Lieutenant December 31. 1917. Captain November 11, 
1918. Assigned to the 328th Infantry September 3. 1917. 
Appointed Intelligence Officer, 2nd Battalion. June 28, 
1918. Assigned to Company H as Company commander 
November 15, 1918. 



J. A. Woods, 



James D. Gould, Jr., 
1777 Gloucester St., 

Brunswick, Ga. 



E. A. Burkhalter, 

Warrenton, Ga. 



First Lieutexants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned as Adjutant of 
2nd Battalion August 29, 1917. Transferred as Assistant 
Division Inspector December 23. 1918. Cited in Division 
Orders No. 16. March 26. 1919. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned to 328th In- 
fantry August 29, 1917. in command of Company F. Octo- 
ber 14 to 20. 1918. Appointed Battalion Intelligence offi- 
cer November 23, 1918. Cited in Division Orders No. 16, 
March 26. 1919. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. 1st 
Lieutenant August 28, 1918. Assigned to Company H. 
328th Infantry. November 8. 1918. Acting Battalion Ad- 
jutant from December 23, 1918. .Appointed Battalion 
Adjutant February 27. 1919. 



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Samuel Smart. 

B. W. RiNER, 



Merrill, Iowa. 



Chaplains 

Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 328th Infantry, September 3, 
1918. Killed by exploding sheU October 14, 1918, at Fle- 
ville, France, (Ardennes). 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant September 26, 1918. As- 
signed Chaplain 2nd Battalion, 328th, November 1, 1918. 



EOSTER OF COMPANY E, 328TH INFANTRY, AMERI- 
CAN E. F., FRANCE 



Charles G. Clement, 

Cornelia, Ga. 

Clarence R. Hopper, 

Newark, N. J. 



Captains 

Commissioned August 15, 1917. Assigned to Company 
September 5, 1917. In command of Company from Sep- 
tember 5, 1917, to July 2, 1918. Killed in action. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company November 5, 1917. In command of 
Company from July 2, 1918, to present date. Commis- 
sioned Captain October 11, 1918. 



Charles M. Huguley, 

Macon, Ga 



William 0. Winston, 

Gainesville, Ala. 



Irwin D. Newcomb, 

Chico, Cal. 



Grover L. Moseley, 

Winder, Ga. 



Edwin W. Boney, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



John H. Murdock, 

Charleston, S. C. 



First Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917. Commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Transferred from Company 
to 1st Division February 26, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 16, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, dated March 26, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5. 1917. Commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant December 31. 1917. Wounded by machine gun 
bullet in .action near Chatel Chehery on October 9. 1918, 
and evacuated to hospital. Returned to Company for 
duty December 14, 1918, and at present with Company. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant March 27, 1917. Com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant October 13, 1917. Assigned to 
Company November 2, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 15. 1918. Transferred 
to Company G of Regiment December 27, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917. Transferred to 
Company D of Regiment April 10, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Trans- 
ferred from Company F of Regiment to Company E Jan- 
uary 15. 1918. Transferred to Company L of Regiment 
April 19. 1918. 



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James D. Gould, Jr., 

Brunswick, Ga. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917. Commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Transferred from Com- 
pany to Company F of Regiment January 15, 1918. 



William C. McCain, 

Livingston, Ala 



George F. Sanders, 

Baltimore, Md. 

James S. Russell, 

Salisbury, Md. 

Walter M. Little, 

Macon, Ga. 

Paul C. Maher, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Harold A. Meehan, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Willum Lees. 

Lewisburs. Pa. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917. Gassed at Norroy 
on September 14, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
turned to Company December 4, 1918. Transferred from 
Company to 1st Division February 26, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October 31, 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 9, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October 31, 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Company G of Regiment November 21, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 17, 1917. Transferred to 
Supply Company of Regiment March 15, 1918. 

Assigned to Company January 15, 1918. Transferred 
and returned to the United States August 20, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Assigned 
to Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action by ma- 
chine gun bullet near Chatel Chehery October 8, 1918, 
and evacuated to hospital. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 17, 1917. Transferred to 
Camp Travis. Texas. December 26, 1917. 



Andrew L. Waelty, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 



John A. Hyland, 

New York City, N. Y. 



First Sergeants 

Joined ' Company November 15. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal April 25, 1918. Promoted from Cor- 
poral to Sergeant June 23, 1918. Promoted from Sergeant 
to 1st Sergeant February 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company Sept. 10, 1917, as Sergeant, being trans- 
ferred from 17th U. S. Infantry. Appointed 1st Sergeant 
September 15, 1917. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry. April 1, 1919. 



George P. Hendrix, 

Rockmart, Ga. 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Company September 8, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant October 20. 1917. Appointed Mess 
Sergeant October 29, 1917. Cited in G. O. No. 16, Head- 
quarlers 82nd Division, dated March 26, 1919. and in 
G. O. No. 11. Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 
1919. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Richard J. McBride. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Supply Seegeaxt 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal December 15. 1917. Promoted to Ser- 
geant April 1. 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant April 1, 
1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 328th Infantrv, dated April 
1, 1919. 



Christian Bohlman, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



George R. Cunningham, 

Blaisdell, N. Y. 



Harold W. Plumb, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Frank Negretti, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 



Julius J. Bero, 

Somerville, Mass. 



George Habersetzer, 

North Adams, Mass. 



Raymond Beaugez, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Louis V. Marchand, 

Crookston, Minn. 



John Treu, 



Rochester, N. Y. 



Junior L. Thompson, 

Nord, Cal. 



Seegeaxts 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant December 15. 1917. Transferred to 
Corps School July 31, 1918. Returned to Company Jan- 
uary 6, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant December 15, 1917. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant December 15, 1917. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Corporal to Sergeant June 7, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Promoted from Private 
to Sergeant August 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal April 25, 1918. Promoted from Corporal 
to Sergeant August 1. 1918. Wounded in action on Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
turned to Company December 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Corporal to Sergeant November 15, 1918. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal April 25, 1918. Promoted from Corporal 
to Sergeant November 15, 1918. Gassed at Sommerance 
on October 16, 1918. Present with Company. Cited in 
G. 0. No. 11. Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 
1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal .\ugust 1, 1918. Promoted from Cor- 
poral to Sergeant November 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 
11 Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2. 1918. as Sergeant. 



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Alfred Maddux, 

Baxter, Term. 



Charles E. Dukes, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arthur W. Volk, 

Hamburg, N. Y. 



Cadesman Pope, 



Athens, Ga. 



Joseph B. McJimsey, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Patrick J. Cody, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Fred E. Kelleher, 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



William M. Everitt, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



George W. Lee. 

Philadelphia, 



Joined Company September 5. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant December 15, 1917. On Detached 
Service at 3rd Officers' Training School, Camp Gordon, Ga., 
from January 5, 1918, to March 26, 1918. Transferred 
February 25, 1919, for university work in England. Cited 
in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 
1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 15, 1918, as Sergeant. Trans- 
ferred March 14, 1918, to A. E. F. University at Beaune, 
France. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Corporal to Sergeant November 15, 1918. Transferred 
to Company G of- Regiment January 25, 1919. Cited in 
G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 
1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 8, 1918, having been transferred 
from 3rd Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga. 
Promoted from Private to Sergeant April 25, 1918. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Transferred to 
■9th Infantry July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Sergeant December 15, 1917. On Detached 
Service at 3rd Officers' Training School, Camp Gordon, Ga., 
from January 5, 1918, to April 5. 1918. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Transferred to 139th Infantry 
July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Sergeant December 15, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 9, 1918, near Comay, and evacuated to hospital. 
Cited in G. 0. No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Division, ]\Iarch 
26, 1919, and G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, 
April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from Cor- 
poral to Sergeant August 1, 1918. Killed in action October 
9. 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Sergeant December 15. 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated .\pril 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Sergeant December 15, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Willis M. Avera, 

Athens, Ga. 



Raymond J. Thornton, 

Newark, N. J. 



William H. Werschin, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Joined Company September 5, 1917. Promoted to Cor- 
poral October 20, 1917. Promoted from Corporal to Ser- 
geant April 25, 1918. Returned to the United States July 
25, 1918, as an instructor on Automatic Rifle. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from Cor- 
poral to Sergeant August 1, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Died in hospital of 
wounds received in action November 22, 1918. Cited in 
G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Corporal to Sergeant August 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Lester G. Brown, 

Rochester, N. Y, 



CORPOEALS 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919, and 
in G. 0. No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Division, March 26, 
1919. 



John Franklin, 

Port Monmouth, N. J. 



Marion R. Luciani, 

Philadelphia, 



WiLLUM A. Schlossareck, 
Maywood, N. J. 

Henry L. Clarke, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

OrPHIL J. DOUCETTE, 

Central Falls, R. I. 

William T. P. Rieck, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 

Umberto Balboni, 

Somerville, Mass. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 19. 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal December 15, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 15, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to 
hospital. Returned to Company February 4. 1919. Cited 
in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 
1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal December 15, 1917. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal January 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal April 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal April 1. 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company January 13, 1919. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Burr T. Snyi 



Chico, Cal. 



Louis J. Prensky, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Owen Salmon, 



Elkhart, Ind. 



William Francis, 

Crookston, Minn. 



Henry Hoffman, 

Torrinffton, Conn. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined ompany April 18, 1918, being transferred from 
G Company of Regiment. Promoted from Private to Cor- 
poral April 25, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 22, 1919, as Corporal, being 
transferred from Machine Gun Company of Regiment. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal June 23, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328lh Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal June 23, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 17, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Returned to Company November 23, 1918. Cited 
in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 
1. 1919. 



Leon V. Frank, 

Collin's Center, N. Y. 



August Gessner, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 



Elmer C. Wazenske, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Albert J. Robinson, 

Rensellaer, N. Y. 



Juniper S. Teats, 

Accident, Md. 



Domenico Troppichini, 

Wesleyville, Pa. 



Raymond C. Berger, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



William P. Fitzgerald, 

Ansonia, Conn. 



Joined Company November 13. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal August 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
on October 8. 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated 
to hospital. Returned to Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Mechanic May 1, 1918. Promoted from Me- 
chanic to Corporal August 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Promoted to Cor- 
poral from Private August 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 17. 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal August 10, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21. 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal August 10, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 9, 1918. near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company December 12. 1918. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal August 10, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11. 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal November 15, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company December 14, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal November 15, 1918. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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LiziM T. Lefto, 

Henderson, Minn. 



Michael Lukaszewic, 

Erie, Pa. 



Michael Morrissey, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Artansus H. Trammel, 

Trion, Ga. 



Frank H. Wege, 

Hamilton, Ohio. 



James J. Quinn, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal November 15, 1918. Gassed October 24, 
1918. at Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
turned to Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal November 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal November 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal November 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Promoted from Private 
to Corporal November 15, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, near Cornay, and continued with Company. 
Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated 
April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 13. 1919, as Corporal. 



Martin Egelevich, 

Windsor, Conn. 



Joseph R. Gaines, 

Riverton, Iowa. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal February 15, 1919. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 
hospital. Returned to Company December 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal February 15, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Ralph B. Heath, 

Milledgeville, Ga. 



Thomas J. Johnson, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Thomas R. Smith, 

Stanley, N. D. 



Natale Manfredi, 

Bradford, R. I. 



Clyde R. Hummel, 

Johnstown, Pa. 



Joined Company December 18, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal February 15, 1919. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal February 15, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal February 15, 1919. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, near La Forge, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Corporal .August 10, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 14, 1918, near Fleville, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company March 17, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal November 15, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital January 27, 1919, sick. 



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Frank Marschat, 

Willimantic, Conn. 



Harry L. Nortman, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Herman Petrie, 

Copenhagen, N. Y. 



David I. Grey, 



Cumberland, Md. 



William J. Labrache, 

Bristol, Conn. 



Thomas E. Barker, 

Cumberland, Md. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal January 1, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 7, 1918, near La Forge, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal April 1, 1918. Wounded in action near 
Cornay on October 10, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company April 15. 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal August 10. 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal August 10, 1918. KiOed in action on 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Corporal December 15, 1917. Transferred July 10. 

1918. to Military Postal Express Service, American E. F. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Promoted to Cor- 
poral from Private April 1, 1918. Cited in General Orders 
No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, dated January 13, 

1919, for gallantry in action, between October 9 and Octo- 
ber 13, 1918, near Chatel Chehery and Cornay. Cited in 
G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 



MaRLIE J. DUPREE, 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Edward Choinier, 

Central Falls, R. I. 



Sherwood I. Rose, 

Cairnbrook, 



Alphus Gilmore, 

White Oak, Ala. 



Elton P. Kitchens, 

Griswoklville, Tenn. 



Cooks 

Joined Company September 7, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Cook October 17, 1917. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Cook April 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Cook October 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Cook November 19, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Promoted from 
Private to Cook April 1, 1918. Evacuated to hospital sick 
October 5, 1918. 



Abraham Levine, 

Glen Cove, L. I. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Promoted to Cook 
from Private April 1, 1918. Wounded in action on Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, at Fleville, and evacuated to hospital. 



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John E. Manning, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Hiram H. Van Houten, 

Newnan, Ga 



Fred L. Abdon, 

Seymour, Ind. 

Charles F. Batz, 

Rockville, Conn. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Mechanic May 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328tli Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Mechanic May 1, 1918. Sprained ankle October 
8, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. Returned to Com- 
pany December 14, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918, as Mechanic. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Promoted from Pri- 
vate to Private 1st Class December 15, 1917. Promoted to 
Mechanic March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Curtis E. Dorrie, 

Somerville, Mass. 



William Lyle, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Bert F. Herman, 

Seymour, Ind. 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
January 19. 1918. Wounded in action on October 14, 

1918, at Sommerance, while acting as runner on duty with 
Battalion Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 328th Infantry. 
Evacuated to hospital. Returned to Company January 27, 

1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry. 
April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
January 19, 1918. Transferred to Drum and Bugle Corps 
of Regiment on January 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918, as Bugler. Trans- 
ferred to Drum and Bugle Corps of Regiment January 15, 
1919. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



Guy B. Admire, 

E. St. Louis, 



Braddock, Pa. 
HI. 



Vernon Amsler, 

Kenton, Ohio 

Nels a. Arness, 

Decorah, Iowa. 

Perry Bakers, 

Fairport, N. Y. 

Herman F. Beckman, 

Duluth, Minn. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Gassed October 8, 
1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 10, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company .\pril 25, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 14, 1918. near Norroy, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Returned to Comgany December 20, 1918. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. 
pital sick September 8, 1918. 



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Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



David Beecher, 

Torrington, Conn. 

Virdia C. Bell, 

Dannel's Landing, Tenn. 

William G. Bell, 

Strobleton, Pa. 

Cam Bennett, 

Decherd, Tenn. 

Joseph L. Bennis, 

Whitehaven, Pa. 



William F. Bevil, 

Brooks, Ga. 

BuFORD Black, 

Powell Station, Tenn. 

James F. Blake, 

Silver Springs, N. Y. 



Thomas J. Bomier, 

Taconite, Minn. 



OviLA Boucher, 

Winchendon, 



EsBON W. Boyd, 

Brookwood, Ala. 



Earl Brandon, 



Auburn, Ind. 

Wallace A. Bright, 

Claire, Va. 

James A. Brock, 

Bell, Fla. 

Clyde H. Brown, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Arthur Bruckner, 

Center Moriches, 

Long Island, N. Y. 

ViTO Brugnola, 

Seneca Falls, N. Y. 



Charles A. Busbee, 

Winchester, Tenn. 



Joined Company December 18, 1917. Cited in G. 0. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 



Joined Company February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 9, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 
hospital. 



Joined Company February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. On special duty 
with Ordnance Depot at Havre, May 20, 1918. Returned 
to Company January 26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company January 25, 1919. 
Joined Company January 25, 1919. 
Joined Company February 12, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



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Ralph C. Cadieux, 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



Alfonse Calabrese, 

Boston, Mass. 



Emilio Camilli, 

Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 



Orazio Cannata, 

Roxbury, Mass. 



Virgil Cl.-irk, 

Seymour, Ind. 

Frank Cl.\rkson, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Eddie Clifford, 

Akron, Ohio. 

Jeffie Coffman, 

Hammersville, Ohio. 

Pasquale Colavita, 

Port Washington, N. Y. 

Joseph Cologci, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



John P. Connelly, 

Ehrenfeld, Pa. 



Joseph Conte, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Anthony Conti, 

Turtle Creek, 

Allegheny, Pa. 

Albert Cooper, 

• Plains, Ga. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Gassed at Sommerance Octo- 
ber 15, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. Returned to Com- 
pany December 21, 1918. Sent to S. O. S. Hospital sick 
January 21, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded October 15, 1918, 
in action near Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company December 31, 1918. Cited in G. O. 
No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. Wounded in action on October 
16, 1918, near Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
turned to Company December 19, 1918. 

Joined Company December 17, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated 
to hospital. Returned to Company November 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 10, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. Returned to 
Company December 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 
9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Returned 
to Company December 14, 1918. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company December 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. 



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Harry Craft, 



Sykesville, Pa. 

Lloyd S. Craven, 

Libby, Mont. 

Ollie S. Croft, 

Fort Payne, Fla. 

Casimiro Dallasanta, 

Alicia, Pa. 



Everett Decker, 

Valatia, N. Y. 



William E. Darran, 

Scranton, Pa. 



Maurice Davis, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joe Degirolomo, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



William J. Denton, 

Rush, Arkansas. 



Joseph Desantis, 

Bethlehem, 



William H. Dessler, 

Porter, Minn. 



John H. Devaney, 

Russellville, Ala. 



Anloine Devoe, 

Caribou, Maine. 



Fred Dieckhoff, Jr., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Arthur Dillard, 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Grover L. Dipple. 

Mohull, N. D. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded October 8, 
1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company March 17, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2. 1918. 
Joined Company November 2. 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. On Detached Serv- 
ice with Ordnance Depot at Havre, May 20, 1918. Re- 
joined Company January 26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 7, 1918, near La Forge, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 14, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Killed in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class December 15, 1917. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1. 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 2.5, 1917. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917, Wounded in action 
on October 15, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company April 15. 1918. Wounded in action 
on October 16, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to 
hospital. 



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Bruno Doebbler, 

Brainerd, Minn. 



John Dostilio, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Clarence Douglass, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

William T. Durrin, 

Mannheim, N. Y. 

William T. Elliott, 

Marion, 111. 

M.AJ^TiN J. Egan, 

NewTorFCity, N. Y. 



Charlie Englebert, 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Charles Englehart, 

Valley Falls, R. I. 



George H. Ewans. 

New York City, N. Y. 



Stanislaus Ezywinski, 

Depew, N. Y. 

Samuel F. Fagelson, 

New York City, N. Y. 

George Fehr, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Joseph G. Ferguson, 

McHenry, Md. 



Charles A. Fetrow, 

New Cumberland, Pa. 



Raymond E. Fisher, 

Belle Grove, Md. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot at St. Aignan for return to the United 
States on February 10, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Gassed in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Evacuated to 
S. 0. S. Hospital sick August 10, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany March 22, 1919. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. 
Class March 1, 1919. 



Appointed Private 1st 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Killed in action 
October 9. 1918. near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company September 20, 1917. Transferred to 
Supply Company of Regiment December 13, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Killed in action October 9, 
1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. O. No. 16, Headquarters 
82nd Division, March 26, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918. near Chatel Chehery. and evacuated 
to hospital. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th 
Infantry, April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 15, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 17, 1917. .Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1. 1919. Wounded in action October 8, 
1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918, Evacuated to S. O. S. 
Hospital August 18, 1918, sick. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. .\ppointed Private 
1st Class August 11, 1918, Cited in G, O. No, 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry-, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Thomas E. Fitzgerald. 

Ballston, Spa., N. Y. 



William J. Flanagan, 

Roxbury, Mass. 



Louis J. Funk, 

Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 



Harry Fulk, 



Boston, Mass. 



Clyde Gable, 

Seaforth, Minn. 



Ernest Gagne, 

Rollinsford, N. H. 
Brockton, Mass. 

Samuel Galinsky, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

John W. Garhill, 

Seabring, Ohio. 

Edward W. Gibbons, 

Seabiing, Ohio. 



Frederick E. Gluck. 

LaPlata (Macon), Mo. 



William H. Graham, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Lawrence Greer, 

Tifton, Mo. 



Thomas H. Griffin, 

Anniston, Ala. 



Russell C. Gross. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



DoNAT Guay, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Anchor, 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8. 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G, O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined 
pital sick 

Joined 
October i 
pital. 

Joined 
October i 
hospital. 

Joined 
1st Class 
quarters 



Company November 1, 1917, Evacuated to hos- 
October 17, 1918. 



Company October 26, 1917, Wounded in action 
!, 1918, at Chatel Chehery. and evacuated to hos- 



Company April 25, 1918, Wounded in action 
i, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 



Company October 25, 1917, Appointed Private 
January 1, 1918, Cited in G, O, No. 11, Head- 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919, 



Joined Company November 15, 1917, 



Joined Company July 20, 1918, Evacuated to hospital 
sick September 8, 1918, 

Joined Company July 20, 1918, Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919, Cited in G. 0, No, 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919, 



Joined Company November 2, 1918, 



Joined Company April 25, 1918, Evacuated to hospital 
sick September 17, 1918, 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company December 13, 1918, being transferred 
from Supply Company of Regiment, 

Joined Company October 26, 1917, Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918, Killed in action October 14, 
1918, at Sommerance, Cited in G, O, No, 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919, 



Joined Company April 25. 1918, 



Joined Company November 2. 1918. 



Joseph Guzzo, 



Gary, Ind. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Cited in G, O, No, 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919, 



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Peter Naggis, 

Ansonia, Conn. 



Adam Hagzan, 

New York City, N. Y. 

John R. Harding, 

Rockville, Md. 



Ambrose Harker, 

Camden, N. J. 

Frank Harrington, 

Hodgton, Maine. 

Ambrose A. Hart, 

Rolfe, Iowa. 

William G. Hayden, 

Delavan, 111. 

Charles B. Hess, 

Franklintown, Pa. 

Alfred D. Hibbs, 

Prairie View, Ark. 

Emil 0. Hill, 

Pillager, Minn. 

Harry P. Hill, 

Petersburg, 111. 

William J. Hoerr, 

Pekin, III. 
Alvah Hoffheiser, 

Freeland, Md. 

Chatten Hogan, 

Peytonsburg, Ky. 
Henry Holden, 

Providence, R. I. 

Albert E. Holmes. 

Thomas H. Holmes, 

South Wales, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class August 10, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company November 24, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company December 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class May 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 328th 
Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11. Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1. 1919. Cited in G 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital October 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 9, 
1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 31, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Herman Hotkin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harold E. Hubbs, 

Cumberland, Md. 

Walter J. Hudson, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Raymond Huffert, 

Reading, Pa. 

Cecil R. Isaacs, 

Campaign, 111. 

■Tames A. Ivers. 



-Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Walter L. Jackson, 

Trion, Ge 



Cl.\ude James. 



Rossville, Ga. 



Ardie Jasmin, 

Nashoba, Mass. 



Thomas J. Jennings, 

Fort Atkinson, Iowa. 



Sverre Johansen, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Robert H. Johnson, 

Chicago, 111. 

Wesley Johnston, 

Perrin, Texas. 

Gust Karasevige, 

Mount Carmel, Pa. 

Frank Kasperowicz, 

Erie, Pa. 



Elisha Kelly, 

Chickamauga, Ga. 

Charles Kennel, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Henry G. King, 

Stafford Springs, Conn. 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14. 1917. Killed in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company December 18. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 19, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7. 1918, near La Forge, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company November 12, 1918. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Evacuated sick to 
hospital October 5, 1918, and rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 16. 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded October 
15. 1918, in action at Fleville, and evacuated to hospital. 
Rejoined Company December 14. 1918. 



Joined Company November 2. 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21. 1917. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 
hospital December 14, 1918. 

Joined Company December 20, 1917. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11. Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 16, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
Isi Class August 11. 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Luther M. King, 

Morrisville, N. C. 

Anthony Klos, 

Bfnrao, N. Y. 

John W. Knapp, 

Albany, N. Y. 



George S. Kohli, 

Harrisburof, 



Walter Kotlouski, 

Sloan, N. Y. 



Peter Kovaleski, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



George J. Kratochvila, 

Willock, Pa. 



Anthony Krulok, 

Naugatuck, Conn. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded October 18, 
1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. On Detached Serv- 
ice at Havre with Ordnance Depot May 20, 1918. Re- 
joined Company January 26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Transferred to 
Debarkation Medical Officer at Liverpool, England, May 
16, 1918, and rejoined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company .\pril 5, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
sick October 5. 1918, and rejoined Company December 18, 
1918. 



Philias J. La Dug, 

Harrisville, N. Y. 



Arthur T. La Mudge, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Henry B. Le Clair, 

Lynn, Mass. 



Joseph Lenzi, 

Franklin, Mass. 



Edward Levy', 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



Roy E. Libra, 



Jackson, Minn. 



Arcvngelo Lodico, 

Pittston, 



James Louissi, 



Pittsburgh, Pa 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Wounded September 
14, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 31, 1918. 

Joined Company July 30, 1918. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 8, 
1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company October 22, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters S28th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class .March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class May 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 8, 1918, 
near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company January 26, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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Alexaptoer Lucier, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Benjamin Lundberg, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Eugene McDonough, 

Greenfield, Mich. 

Michael J. McEnery, 

New York City, N. Y. 



John McKenna, 

Weehawken, N. J. 



Clarence V. McLean, 

Nashwauk, Minn. 



Patrick McGoff. 

Dalton, N. H. 



James McNevin, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Richard L. Madison, 

Boston, Mass. 



Hoke W. Mangum, 

Cummins, Ga. 



William W. Mercer, 

Martinsville, W. Va. 

Frank S. Miller, 

Morris Plains, N. J. 

Frank H. Miller, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

George C. Miller, 

Excello, Ohio. 



Alva E. Mills, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Dana R. Moody, 

Whiteville, Tenn. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Wounded October 8, 1918, near 
Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 23, 1918. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Gassed in action October 8, 1918, 
near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Wounded September 14, 1918, at 
Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Killed in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 9, 
1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company March 17, 1919. 

Joined Company February 15, 1918. Wounded acci- 
dentally October 19, 1918, at Fleville, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Wounded September 
14, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
sick October 17, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class November 19, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Evacuated sick to hos- 
pital June 15, 1918. 



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Alexander Morotti, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Hazie Morris, 

Peoria, 111. 

Paul A. Moser, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Howard W. Myers, 

Reading, Pa. 

Carl C. Nelson, 

East Boston, Mass. 

Theodore P. Neste, 

Sioux City, Iowa. 

Fred Nouvertne, 

Staten Island, N. Y. 

Antonio Ockipinte, 

Pittston, Pa. 



Frank T. O'Meara, 

Rock Valley, Iowa. 

Paul Orleche, 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Glenn S. Orr, 

Merrill, Iowa. 

John G. Orr, 

McKinney, Texas. 

Roy E. Orr, 

Cottage Grove, Tenn. 

William Orth, 

Newark, N. J. 

Fred G. Owen, 

Abbeville, Ga. 

. Thomas R. Page, 

Mereta, Texas. 

Henry W. Pageler, 

Le Mars, Iowa. 

Frank Palermo, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 31, 1917. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 15, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Evacuated sick to 
hospital July 27, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company January 25, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. Wounded in action October 17, 
1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. O. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated 
to hospital. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 19, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



TONNY PaLLADINO, 

Reading, Pa. 



Omer Paquette, 

Central Falls, R. I. 



Harry D. Parker, 

Port Gibson, Miss. 

Sarkis Parigian, 

Somerville, Mass. 



William 0. Parson, 

Petersburg, Va. 



Grover C. Pass, 



Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
3:28th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. On Detached Serv- 
ice with Ordnance Depot at Havre from May 20, 1918, to 
January 26, 1919. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
Is: Class May 1, 1918. Cited :n G. 0. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. Evacuated sick to 
hospital January 10, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918 



Joseph A. Pehowic, 

Danville, 



GUISEPPE PiSCOPE, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Elia Peteruka. 



Springfield, Mass. 



Nick M. Phillips, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Herman Pride, 

Georgiana, Ala. 

Vincent Principe, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Paul Prokes, 

Chicago, 111. 



Mark J. Rachman. 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



Buford Rainwater, 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Alexander Reiser, 

Wayzata, Minn. 

Ralph Rich, 



Mashauk, Minn. 



James Ring, 



Kearney, N. J. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Killed in action 
on October 7, 1918, near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8. 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. 0. No. 
11. Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1. 1918. 

Joined Company September 10. 1917. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, near Cornay. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class August 11, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328lh Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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John W. Robinson, 

Amity, N. Y. 



GOTTFRID RONNQUIST, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Simon Roscoe, 



Donora, 



Jake Rosenblum, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 



Will Rosuck, 



Toledo, Ohio. 



Howard F. Roth, 

YouiiRstown, Ohio. 



Harold J. Rourke, 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Lee R. Rudolph, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Barney Ruggeri, 



Norris, HI. 



Frank Ryan, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



James Sanford, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Mariano Salvatore, 

Portchester, N. Y. 



George Saunders, 

Columbia Cross Rds., Pa. 



John Sauers, 

Philadelphia, 



George Schanemann, 

Chenhassen, Mirm. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20. 1918. Wounded in action near 
Chatel Chehery October 8, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Wounded in action October 9, 
1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company November 24, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. Re- 
joined Company November 24, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Evacuated sick to hos- 
pital November 13. 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11. Head- 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1. 1919. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick September 20, 1918. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 24, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20. 1918. Killed in action October 
11, 1918, in the ."Vrgnnne Forrest offensive. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 11, 1918. Evacuated sick to hospital Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, and rejoined Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. .Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Transferred to Provisional 
Military Police Company December 23, 1918. Cited in 
G. O. No. 11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 
1919. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. .-Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1. 1919. Wounded in action September 14, 
1918, at Norroy. and evacuated to hospital. Rejoined 
Company November 24, 1918. 



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Martin J. Schaus, 

Hamburg, N. Y. 



Edward W. Schneider, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Harry D. Schneider, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Alton Schurr, 

Arcade, N. Y. 



Michael J. Scully, 

Somerville, Mass. 

GuiSEPPE Scuratone, 

Rillton, Pa. 

Vincent Sedote, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Tonsaroyoo Shank, 

Simson's, Va. 

Jake H. Sharp, 

Bradford, Tenn. 

Ben Showman, 

Rossville, Tenn. 

John Shusko, 

South River, N. J. 

Carroll L. Snapp, 

Clear Brook, Va. 

Bernard M. Snyder, 

Columbiaville, N. Y. 

Ludwig Sonnenberg, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Alfred Sphar, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Fred G. Specksgoor, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Edgar E. Stehle, 

Connellsville, Pa. 



Max Steuer, 

New York City. N. Y. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 14, 1918. at Sommerance, and evacuated to 
hospital. Indirect report that he died in hospital of his 
wounds. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 328th In- 
fantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Killed in action 
October 9, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 17, 1918, at Sommerance, and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Cornay October 9, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, near Chalel Chehery. and evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Transferred to Sal- 
vage Depot July 21, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Transferred to Pro- 
visional Military Police Company December 23, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Private 1st Class January 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded October 9, 
1918, in action near Cornay, and evacuated to hospital. 
Rejoined Company December 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class April 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 
9, 1918, near Comay, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 1, 1919. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Headquarters 
328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment May 28, 1918. 



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Theodore C. Storla, 

Decorah, Iowa. 

Joseph T. Sweeney, 

RoxLury, Mass. 

Johannes Teigland, 

Milroy, Minn. 

Salvatore Terranova, 

Erie, Pa. 



George P. Thomas, 

Troutville, Va. 

Russell M. Thomson, 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

WiLLLUvi F. Tighe, 

Newark, N. J. 

Leon G. Tisdell, 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 



Ben Valentine, 

Johnston, R. I. 
Nathan Van Ferson, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Robert Verbosky, 

Lucern, Pa. 

Charles Vusler. Jr.. 

New Hampton, N. J. 



Earnest Wagoner, 

Walbridge, Ohio. 

Brinson a. Wallace, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Teddy Walsh, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Earl J. Warn, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Oliver F. Weber, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Joined Company January 25, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Accidentally 
wounded October 22, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company AprE 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 14, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. 
Rejoined Company November 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 1, 1918. Wounded in action October 8, 
1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hospital. 
Rejoined Company November 24, 1918. Evacuated sick 
to hospital February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 13, 1918, at Fleville, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company January 25, 1919. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Transferred to Drum and Bugle 
Corps of Regiment January 15, 1919. Cited in G. O. No. 
11, Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 14, 1918, at Norroy, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Killed in action October 8, 
1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head 
quarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Evacuated sick to hos 
pital October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company November 24. 
1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Evacuated sick to hos- 
pital October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Gassed in action Octo 
ber 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



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Francis E. Weeks, 

Beverly, Mass. 

William A. West, 

Walnut Grove, Minn. 

John L. Whelan, 

Albert Lea, Minn. 

William J. White, 

Rutland, Vt. 

Floyd H. Whitm.-vrsh, 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Ira L. Wilson, 

Sanger, Texas. 

Willie R. Windes, 

Mercer, Tenn. 



Clarence E. With, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

James A. Wood, 

Junction, Texas. 

Louis W. Wood, 

Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

Walter A. Wruck, 

Elk River, Minn. 



Reno E. Wyand. 



Sharpsburg, Md. 



Rollie J. Wyatt, 

Troy, Texas. 

Dave D. Wynne, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Antonio Wyoitka, 



Rittston, Pa. 



Harry Zuckerman, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Stepan Zuchkevich, 

North Tonawanda, N. Y. 



Teofil Zuk, 

Manchester, N. H. 



Joined Company December 20, 1917. Transferred to 
Supply Company of Regiment May 26, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company of Regiment May 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 15. 1918. A,ppointed Private 
1st Class August 10, 1918. Transferred February 25, 1919, 
for University work in England. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1, 1918. Killed in action October 8, 
1918. near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. 0. No. 11, Head- 
quarlers 328th Infantry, dated April 1. 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8. 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Cited in G. O. No. 
11, Headquarters 328lh Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion August 23, 1918, near Pont-a-Mousson, and taken 
prisoner by the Germans. Rejoined Company December 
1, 1918. Evacuated to hospital December 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 11, 
Headquarters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 1, 1918. Ched in G. O. No. 11, Headquar- 
ters 328th Infantry, dated April 1, 1919. 



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EOSTER OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF COMPANY F, 

328TH INFANTRY, WHO CA^IE OVERSEAS WITH 

THE COMPANY, AND WHO HAVE JOINED 

THE COMPANY IN FRANCE. 



Evans Howell Foreman, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Bertrand Cox, 



Atlanta, Ga. 



George Scott Candler, 

Decatur, Ga. 



Captaixs 

Commissiojied as a Captain from the 1st Officers' Train- 
ing Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to 328th Infantry and Company F August 29, 1917. 
In command of Company F, 328th Infantry, from August 
29, 1917. to October 8, 1918, when he was taken to the 
hospital. 

Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant from 1st Officers' 
Training Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. 
Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Com- 
missioned Captain November 1, 1918. Assigned to 328th 
Infantrj' and Company F August 29, 1917. In command 
of Company in Meuse-Argonne drive from October 8, 1918, 
to October 24, 1918, when he was evacuated to the Field 
Hospital with acute bronchitis. 

Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant from 1st Officers' 
Training Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. 
Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Com- 
missioned Captain November 1, 1918. Assigned to 328th 
Infantry and Company B August 29, 1917. Assigned to 
F Company November 20, 1918. In command of Company 
F until the date it was mustered out. Slightly wounded 
at Vandieres September 15, 1918. Cited in General Or- 
ders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 1919. 



John 0. Johnson, 

U. S. 



Charles S. Harrison, 



First Lieutexants 

Assigned to 328th Infantry and Company F August 29, 
Army. 1917. Transferred to Anti-Air Craft Service in January, 

1918. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant from 1st Officers' 
Columbus, Ga. Training Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant December 31, 1917. As- 
signed to 328th Infantry and Company F August 29, 1917. 
Killed in action October 15, 1918, while attempting to 
take machine gun nests in German strong point at Mons 
Gautiar, France. Cited in General Orders No. 16, Head- 
quarters 82nd Division. March 26, 1919. 



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James D. Gould, Jr., 

Brunswick, Ga. 



Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant from 1st Officers' 
Training Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. 
Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. As- 
signed to 328th Infantry and Company E August 29, 1917. 
Assigned to Company F December 10, 1917. In command 
of F Company in Meuse-Argonne drive from October 24 
to November 20, 1918. Cited in General Orders No. 16, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, March 26, 1919. Battalion 
Intelligence Officer, 2nd Battalion, 328th Infantry, from 
November 20, 1918, to date of mustering out of the Regi- 
ment. 



Donald M. Love, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Wilbert J. Cunningham, 

West Virginia. 



Clyde L. Braden, 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 



Robert J. Redding, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Commissioned from 2nd Officers' Training Camp at Fort 
Oglethorpe, Ga., as a 2nd Lieutenant November 27, 1917. 
Assigned to 328th Infantry and F Company April 15, 1918. 
Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant September 20, 1918. 
Transferred as Instructor in Army Candidates' School at 
La Balbone, France, November 20, 1918. Joined the Com- 
pany again December 31, 1918. Transferred from Com- 
pany February 27, 1919, to attend Oxford University, 
England, as a student. 

Commissioned in National Guards of West Virginia as 
a 2nd Lieutenant. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant in West 

Virginia National Guards '■ . Transferred to 82nd 

Division November 19, 1919. Assigned to 328th Infantry 
and F Company November 20, 1919. Transferred from 
Company February 27, 1919, to the 1st Division U. S. A. 

Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the W. Va. Na- 
tional Guard . Commissioned as 1st Lieuten- 
ant in W. Va. National Guard . Assigned to 

328th Infantry November 2. 1918. Assigned to F Com- 
pany, 328th Infantry, March 24, 1919. 

Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant 1st Officers' Training 
Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to 328th Infantry and Company F August 29, 1917. 
Transferred from Company F April 18, 1918. 



Adrian B. Sherman, 

Augusta, Ga. 



Hervey a. Keator, 
Kingston-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned from 2nd Officers' Training Camp at 
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., November 27, 1917, as a 2nd Lieu- 
tenant. Assigned to 328th Infantry and F Company on 
December 1, 1917. Transferred August 29, 1919, from 
the Company to return to the United States as an In- 
structor. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant from 4th Officers' Training 
Camp at Camp Gordon, Ga., August, 1918. Transferred 
to 82nd Division November 2, 1918. Assigned to 328th 
Infantry and F Company November 9, 1918. Transferred 
from Company February 27, 1919, to 1st Division, U. S. A. 



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David G. Duncan, 

Oakland, Cal. 



John J. Hensley, 

New York, N. Y. 



William Heaton. 



Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant from Army Candidates' 
School at Langres, France, September 25, 1919. Assigned 
to 328th Infantry October 7, 1918. Assigned to Supply 
Company, 328th Infantry, October 7, 1918. Assigned to 
F Company, 328th Infantry, November 2, 1918. 

Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant from Army Candidates' 
School at Langres, France, September 25, 1918. Assigned 
to 328th Infantry and F Company November 2, 1918. 
Transferred to 89th Division, U. S. A., February 27, 1919. 

Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant from 1st Officers' Train- 
ing Camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to 328th Infantry and Company F August 29, 1917. 
Transferred from Company F April 18, 1918. 



Eugene Lancaster, 

Baldwyn, Miss. 

Robert F. Murray, 
37 Perry Ave., 

Brockton, Mass. 



FiEST Sergeants 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Being an expert 
drill master he was of great value to the Company. Trans- 
ferred to Company I, 328th Infantry, January 18, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant January 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service at all 
times, he showing leadership ability, was promoted to 
1st Sergeant February 1, 1919. 



Alderic Bernier, 

217 Hanson Street, 
Fall River, M 



Joseph A. Cotter, 

5949 Norwood St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joseph E. Day, 



100 Oak Street, 

Cumberland, Md. 



Anthony De Fusco, 
1639 Elmwood St., 

Cranston, R. I. 

William B. Dance, 

Mulberry, Tenn. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company November 8. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant February 1, 1918. During the St. Mihiel offensive 
he rendered valuable service, and during that operation 
was gassed. Upon his return from hospital a few weeks 
later was recommended and accepted to attend the Offi- 
cers' Training Camp, which course he had not completed 
at the time of the signing of the Armistice. 

Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 1918. 
Wounded by shrapnel October 8, 1918. Returned to Com- 
pany December 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant Jan- 
uary 1, 1918. Killed in action near Sommerance, on Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, by high explosive. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1918. Appointed Gas N. C. O. 
August 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 15, 1918. Attached to Intelligence Sec- 
tion as Battalion Gas N. C. 0. and promoted to Sergeant 
August 15, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Edward N. Bintz, 

28 Institute Street, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



David T. Bowden, 

McDonough, Ga 



Otto G. Brown, 

Dundee, Minn. 

William E. Butler, 
R. F. D. No. 8, 

Auburn, N. Y. 

Fred Clausen, 

114 North 19th Ave., 

Duluth, Minn. 

Adam A. Hallstein, 



361 Dean Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles H. Seiders, 
935 Washington St., 

Reading, Pa. 

Joseph V. Fahrenkopf, 
98 Ferry Street, 

Troy, N. Y. 

John Fienco, 

83 Green Street, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Edward Fredericks, 

Middlebury, N. Y. 



Burton S. Frei, 

428 North Front St., 

Marquette, Mich. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private May 15, 1918. Severely wounded Sep- 
tember 12, 1918. He always rendered valuable service to 
the Company. Returned to the United States after being 
evacuated from hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant May 15, 1918. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant -June 15. 1918. Attended 3rd Offi- 
cers' Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga. Received 
commission as 2nd Lieutenant July 18, 1918, and trans- 
ferred out of this Division. 

Joined Company July 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
November 15. 1918, and transferred to Company G, 328th 
Infantry, due to excess non-commissioned officers. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918^ as Sergeant. Slightly 
1918, during the Meuse-Argonne of- 



gassed October 8 
fensi 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. Appointed Sergeant No- 
vember 15, 1918. Transferred to Military Police Company 
January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 

December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 1918. 

Killed at Fleville October 13, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service as Company Clerk. 

Joined Company October 15. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant Jan- 
uary 15, 1918. Returned to the United States as instructor 
on the Auto-Rifle July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private August 15, 1918. Appointed Mess Ser- 
geant November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 1.5, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 1919. 
Due to excess non-commissioned officers was transferred to 
Company K, 328th Infantry, January 18, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal August 
1.5, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 15. 1918, and 
received special mention in General Orders No. 16, for 
bravery rendered during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Transferred to Company G, 328th Infantry, January 18, 
1919. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 1, 1917. Attended the 3rd 
Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon. Ga. Shortly 
after his arrival in France was appointed 2nd Lii 
and transferred to the 23rd Division July 15, 1918. 



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Bernard A. Gatlin, 

Thorpe, Tenn. 



John A. Gillis, 

5 Mount Vernon St., 

Gloucester, Mass. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Was attached to In- 
telligence Section and appointed Sergeant August 1, 1918. 
Received special mention in General Orders No. 16, Head- 
quarters 82nd Division, March 26, 1919, for valuable serv- 
ice rendered during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Was 
recommended and admitted to Officers' Training School 
and now holds a commission in the Reserve Corps. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Supply 
Sergeant from Private November 1, 1917. Attended 3rd 
Officers" Training School. Was commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant and was transferred to the 23rd Division shortly 
after his arrival in France. 



Edward M. Hackney, 

Lafayette, Ga. 



Carl Heinel, 

1902 Mertle Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 15, 1918. Gassed during the Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive October 8, 1918. Returned to Comjiany Decem- 
ber 19, 1918. Appointed Sergeant February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
August 15, 1918, from Private. Attended Officers' Train- 
ing School and transferred from scliool out of the Di- 



WlLLIAM E. JaCOBY, 

Highland Ave., 
Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Ernest S. Jones, 

140 Worth Street, 

Mt. Airy, N. C. 



Frank E. Kinkle, 

532 West 131 St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Gabriel Kaplan, 

209 Magnolia Street, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

George W. Mackey, 
1517 Pembleton St., 

Greenville, S. C. 



Frederick C. Mayer, 
72 Spring Street, 

Newport, R. I. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private May 1, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant February 1, 1919. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private October 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
August 15, 1918. Received special mention in General 
Orders No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Division, March 26, 
1919, for valuable service rendered during the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 
1918. Rendered valuable service to the Company. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919, as Sergeant. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant May 1. 1918. At- 
tended 3rd Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga. 
Was commissioned and transferred as 2nd Lieutenant to 
the 35lh Division July 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 1918. 
Instantly killed in action near Chatel Chehery October 9, 
1918. Received special mention for bravery in General 
Order No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Division, March 26, 1919. 



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William C. Moncrief, 

Bethpage, Tenn. 



John F. McInerney, 

560 West 148th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Vance P. Newland, 

Arcadia, Tenn. 



William Powell, 

Rogersville, Tenn. 



Wilfred Robidoux, 
St. Leonards, N. 



Canada. 



Philip L. Rodier, 

4532 Fossendon St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Thurlow Selby, 

Petersburg, Ind. 

Albin V. Swanson, 

120 Oak Street, 

Willimantic, Conn. 

Arthur Swanson, 

53 Elwiston Ave., 



Irby Williams, 

Lynnville, Tenn. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corpora) 
April 18, 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 1918. 
Rendered valuable service during St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 1918. 
Company Clerk November 20 to date of demobilization. 
Rendered valuable service to Company. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant December 1, 1917. Was admitted to hospital Au- 
gust 31, 1918, for slight operation. From there trans- 
ferred to some other Division. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant June 15, 1918. Grad- 
uated from 3rd Officers' Training School, Camp Gordon, 
Ga., and was transferred as a 2nd Lieutenant to the 1st 
Division July 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corpora: 
from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant Jan 
uary 15, 1918. Severely wounded at Chatel Chehery Oc 
tober 8, 1918. Received special mention in General Or 
ders No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Division, March 26, 1919, 
for great courage and devotion to duty. 

Joined Company October 3, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal August 
15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 1918. Ren- 
dered valuable service to the Company. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918, as a Corporal and 
appointed Sergeant February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant No- 
vember 15, 1918. Slightly wounded in the Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant 
July 15, 1918. Severely wounded at Fleville October 13, 
1918, and returned to the United States. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private June 1, 1918. Attended 3rd Officers' Train- 
ing School, Camp Gordon, Ga. Transferred July 18, 1918, 
as 2nd Lieutenant out of this Division. 



Edward C. Anderson, 
85 HamiUon St., 

New Haven, Conn. 



Corporals 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Attached to the Intelligence 
Section during the St. Miliiel and Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive, where he rendered valuable service and upon his 
return to the Company was appointed Corporal March 1, 
1919. 



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Lloyd Beaver, 

Eddyville, Iowa. 

Joseph J. Bonkowski, 
Route "A," 

Wilmington, Del. 

Paul N. Carrignan, 
209 Wallace St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

Andrew W. Corrigan, 
R. F. D. No. 9, 

Rockford, 111. 

Ignatius Costelli, 

334 East 78th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Raymond P. Englett, 
485 Central Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Joseph F. Fee, 

1678 68th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John J. Flynn, 

159 Cherry Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Leo Gagner, 

27 Knight Street, 

Attleboro, Mass. 

C. Harry Gilfether, 
107 East 1st Street, 

Corning, N. Y. 

Alex Gut, 

169 Grove Street, 

New Britain, Conn. 

John E. Hatheway. 

Ellington, Conn. 



Charles Hendricks, 
130 W. Williams St., 

Bath, N. Y. 

Charles E. Heinbaugh, 

Deer Park, Md. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1919. Slightly wounded October 9, 1918, 
during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1918. Slightly wounded October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917, from Private. 



Joined Company April 28, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Severely gassed during 
the Meuse-Argonne offensive and returned to the United 
States. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 15, 1918. Transferred to Division 
Headquarters as Clerk June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 1, 1918, from Private. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal August 
15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service to the 
Company in educational work. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. 
February 15, 1919. 



Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Killed in action October 14, 
1918, and received special mention in General Orders No. 
16, March 26, 1919, Headquarters 82nd Division, for brav- 
ery and devotion to duty. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Slightly gassed October 8, 
1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Appointed 
Corporal February 15, 1919. 



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Hartman D. Jones, 

Rossville, Ga. 

Fritz H. Johnson, 

49 Tilton Street, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Maurice I. Kelly, 

Grafton, Mass. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 15, 1918. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 1, 1919. 



Joined Company October 23. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1. 1917. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service during all opera- 



RaYMOND J. LOWERNICHT, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 15. 1918. Appointed Corporal August 15. 1918. 
Severely wounded at Fleville October 13. 1918. and return- 
ed to the United States. 



Charles L. Mitchell, 

Attawausan, Conn. 



James R. Moorer, 

Evergreen, Ala 



Willie A. Morgan, 

Dupont, Ga. 

Amos Morin, 

975 South Water St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

William B. McGr.ady, 

Brewster, N. Y. 



Robert Neill, 

2 Broom Court, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

William J. O'Donnell, 
341 Lexington Ave., 

Auburndale, Mass. 

Dunb.\r D. Padgett, 

Dickerson, Md. 



Joseph Parent, 

28 Brightman St., 

Fall River, Mass. 

Joseph Pietruszka, 
7 Holly Street, 
r>'ew Bedford, Mass. 



Joined Company October 23. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal .\ugust 
1.5, 1918. Severely wounded October 8, 1918. at Chatel 
Chehery, at which time he showed great bravery. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Attached to Intelli- 
gence Section, where he rendered valuable service during 
the Meuse-.\rgonne offensive. Returned to Company De- 
cember 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 15. 1918. 
February' 15, 1919, from Private. 



-Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company October 23. 1917. .\ppointed Corporal 
.\ugust 15. 1918. Displayed bravery during all opera- 
tions. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 15. 1918. from Private. Was accidentally 
wounded July 20. 1918. and transferred to another Di- 
vision. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 15, 1918. Rendered valuable serv- 
ice and displayed bravery at all times. 

Joined Company October 23. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Showed exceptional 
bravery in all offensives. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal July 
15. 1918. Slightly gassed September 14. 1918. at Norroy. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February' 15. 1919. 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. .-Appointed Private 
1st Class November 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 



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Os P. Pratt. 

R. F. D. No. 3. 

Newberg, W. Va. 

Raymond A. Reddy, 
1545 North 9th St., 

Reading, Pa. 

Paul Roberts, 

53 Terrace Ave., 
Port Richmond, Cal. 

Michael Sammon, 

27 Allison St., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

George A. Strawser, 
First Avenue, 

Cuclevelle, 0. 

Solomon T. Stone, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Alva, Ga. 

Carl N. Swanson, 



Kane, Pa. 



■Jeffrey Vail. 



56 Main Street, 

Whitinsville, Mass. 



John R. Weyant, 

1122 Mulberry Street, 

Reading, Pa. 



David M. Watson, 

984 Seyburn St., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Bruno Wosnack, 

144 Wilson Ave., 

Boonton, N. J. 

Sam Wolfensberger, 

Maugansville, Md. 

Wylie House, 

Duquoin, 111. 

Elmer Cassell, 

36 John Street, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917. Killed in action near Fleville 
October 15, 1918. Always displayed great courage. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1917. Rendered valuable service with the 
Intelligence Section tliroughout the St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1918. Slightly gassed October 8, 1918. 



Joined Company December 1. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 15, 1918. Slightly gassed October 8. 1918. 

Joined Company November 5, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Killed in action during the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive, near Chatel Chehery, while attacking 
an enemy machine gun nest. He showed great bravery 
and devotion at all times. 

Joined Company October 15. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal July 15, 
1918. Killed in action September 14, 1918, near Norroy, 
by high explosive. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 5, 1918. 
Appointed Corporal February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 5, 1918. 
Appointed Corporal February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 1, 1919. Slightly gassed October 8, 1918, near 

Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company as Corporal January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 15, 1918. Severely wounded October 8, 1918, during 
the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near Chatel Chehery. His 
bravery and devotion to duty was inspiring to all. 



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Frank J. Dinino, 

106 Peach Street, 

Reading, Pa. 



Angelo Lenave, 

Oneco, Conn. 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Killed in action 
September 13, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive 
near Fleville. Rendered valuable service to the Company 
as runner between Company and Battalion. 

Joined Company October 23. 1917. Through illness was 
admitted to hospital July 10. 1918. Returned to Company 
January 20, 1919. 



Leon Clontea, 

Cowen Street, 

Garret, Ind. 
Joseph E. Bisson, 

Uxbridge, Mass. 



Henhy a. Goldbach, 
142 Kehr Street, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Larry C. Mitchell, 

Lenoir City, Tenn. 



Henry E. Dorrell, 

Goreville, 



John Geraldi, 

1215 N. Hope Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fred C. Hanson, 

114 Depot Street, 

Jackson, Tenn. 
Eli F. Hindmon, 

Counce, Tenn. 



William 0. Price, 

Rogersville, Tenn. 



Harry A. McCoy, 

Atchison, Kans. 



Mech.vxjcs 

Joined Company November 3. 1918, 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private December 1, 1917. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918. during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. Rendered valuable service to the Com- 
pany as runner. Displayed great bravery at all times. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic from Private December 1, 1917. During all opera- 
tions he displayed great bravery and fearlessness in all 
duties assigned him. not taking into consideration his own 
personal safely. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. During the St. Mihiel 
and Meuse-Argonne offensives, rendered valuable services 
at all times, in the capacity of runner. Displayed excep- 
tional bravery and devotion to duty. Appointed Mechanic 
Februan' 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Mechanic. 



Cooks 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private January 15. 1918. Rendered valuable service 
during all operations. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Cook from 
Private August 15, 1918. Displayed exceptional bravery 
during all operations and under heavy shell fire. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private January 1. 1918. Severely wounded during 
the Meuse-Argonne offensive October 13, 1918, near Fle- 
ville. Displayed bravery by preparing meals under heavy 
shell fire. 

Joined Company September 5. 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private December 1, 1917. Severely wounded Octo- 
ber 13. 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Showed 
exceptional bravery and devotion to duty at all limes. 

Joined Company January 30, 1919. 



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John B. Arnold, 

Frankford, Ind. 

Elgin G. Abbott, 

722 East 21st St., 

Erie, Pa. 

Charles A. Allison, 
Route No. 1, 

Lincoln, 111. 

Invald Almos, 

1912 13th Street, 

Superior, Minn. 

Walter Adams, 

505 Fourth Street, 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Jeffie Akins, 

Statham, Ga. 

Louis J. Anderson, 

222 South Pearl St., 

Albert Lee, Minn. 

Angelo Ambrosio, 

Albany Avenue, 

Huntington, N. Y. 

Percy E. Ambrose. 

Clyo, Ga. 

Salvatore Andreoli, 
R. F. D. No. 1, 

Meyersdale, Pa. 

ViNCENZO AnzALONE. 

R. R. No. 20, 

Westlield, N. J. 
John Arico, 

1150 59th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Francesco Argentere, 
Lincoln Street, 

Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Adolph Blum, 

356 West 44th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 



Privates and Peivates First Class 

Joined Company November 20, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 15, 1917. During the St. Mi- 
hiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives was with the Intelli- 
gence Section, where he rendered valuable service. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Severely wounded Sep- 
tember 12, 1918, during the St. Mihiel offensive by enemy 
machine gun, near Norroy. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Was present with Com- 
pany through all offensives. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919, being transferred from 
327th Infantry. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company January 1. 1919. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Took part in all 
o.l'ensives. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Severely wounded 
during the Meuse-Argonne offensive October 9. 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service 
to the Company and showed exceptional bravery at all 



Calquitt Black, 

Carters, Ga. 



Joined Company December 15. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918. Severely gassed during the St. 
Mihiel offensive near Norroy, September 14. 1918. Re- 
turned to Company December 15, 1918. 



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Lemuel Black, 

Dawson, Texas. 

Clarence A. Bell, 

Riverton, Wyo. 

Artie R. Beers, 

Coalfield, W. Va. 

Arthur Baird, 

Elkvalley, Tenn. 

Joseph D. Benskin, 

Judsonis, Ark. 

Raymond Blackburn, 
226 Lombardy Street, 

Richmond, Va. 

Amidi Bonaduccio, 

Musciano, Santagelo, 

Italy. 

Charles H. Boeh, 

2008 Staubs Lane, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Louis H. A. Bordewich, 

Okawville, III. 

Elmer Z. Borman, 

Pinckneyville, 111. 

John G. Brown, 

Mt. Airy, Md. 



Peter P. Brzozowy, 
99 Grove Street, 

New Britain, Conn. 

Wade H. Bowman, 

Cootes Store, Va. 

Oscar L. Bowen, 

Donalsonville, Ga. 

Edward T. Bowling, 

Chatham Hill, Va. 

Peter Burgos, 
44 Dep-Boggs Blvd., N. E. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

John Carrig, 

1334 St. John Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 5, 1918. 

Joined Company January 15, 1919. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 5, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Took part in all of- 
fensives. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service 
during all offensives. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Severely wounded during 
the Meuse-Argonne offensive October 13, 1918, near Fle- 
ville. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Took part in all offensives. 



Benjamin Q. Casto, 

Reynolds, Ind. 

Timothy Casey, 

81 Willow Brook St., 

Willimantic, Conn. 



GuiDi Caporossi, 

North State Street, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Calvin R. Cable, 

23 Hass Street, 

Waterville, Mass. 

James D. Calendrello, 
262 Elizabeth Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

John Capranica, 

Provincia Asuila, 



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Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Italy. 



AzziE Carpenter, 

Vroman, Col. 



Lewis Chamento, 
Cari, Rome, 



Italy. 



Joseph Clvnelli, 

4 Madison Ave., 
White Plains, N. Y. 

Philip Clemons, 

Grenada, Mass. 

Oliver B. Cole, 

Lowell, Mass. 



Frank T. Conway, 

70 Mechanic Street, 

Manchester, N. H. 

Edward A. Corder, 

Kelso, Tenn. 

Fletcher Cox, 

Probo, Ark. 

Henry H. Conley, 

722 South 4th St., 

Rodgers, Ark. 

GUISEPPE CURCIO, 

424 East 116th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 13, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Returned to the United States. Rendered valuable service 
by showing courage and devotion at all times. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Took part in all of- 
fensives. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Took part in all of- 
fensives. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Took part in all of- 
fensives. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company Januarj' 1, 1919. 
Joined Company November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Through illness was 
admitted to hospital. From there was transferred out of 
the Division. Returned to this Company March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service at 
all times. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company January 1, 1919. 
Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



James J. Cullen, 

15 Claremont Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

William D. Davis, 

Cogswell, N. D. 



George 0. Day, 

R. F. D. No. 7, 

Waynesboro, Miss. 

Edward J. Dusoski, 

Silver Lake, Minn. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely wounded Sep- 
tember 12, 1918, during the St. Mihiel offensive, near 

Norroy. 

Joined Company April 10, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service dur- 
ing all offensives. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service at 
all times. 



Carmine De Bitose, 
453 Union St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Oscar A. Davis, 

Monticello, Miss. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Obie Dawson, 

Winterville, Ga 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. On special duty with 
Supply Company, 328th Infantry, where he rendered val- 
uable service. 



George A. Deitrich, 
1053 Cotton Street, 

Reading, Pa. 

Perl R. Douglas, 

142 Jackson Street, 

Penn Yann, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service through all offensives. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. With Intelligence 
Section during all offensives, where he rendered valuable 
service. 



MoRiCE E. Dickens, 

Wrightsville, Ga. 

Feleno Di Dominicis, 
Montorio Al Bornano, 

Italy. 

Frank J. Dobzinski, 
829 N. Washington St., 

Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

NicHOLos Dirago. 

6822 16th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jeff R. Dunn, 

Babcock, Ga. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Was transferred to Di- 
visional Headquarters as Clerk. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Drowned August 
21, 1918, while bathing in the Moselle River, near Pont-a- 
Mousson. His devotion to duty was exceptional. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. During all offensives 
was attached to Supply Company, 328th Infantry, where he 
rendered valuable service. 



Rene Dupont, 

McKena Avenue, 

Chaileroi, Pa. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



John Draminski, 

226 East Grant St., 

Nanticoke, Pa. 

Paul L. Dunlap, 

1316 4th Avenue, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Gilbert Durham, 

Dallas, Ga. 

Carl A. Ericson, 

15 Johnson Street, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 

JOHNNES 0. ErICKSON, 

Box 156, 

Franklin, Minn. 

Charles L. Edwards, 
19 Phoenix Ave., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Lewis Elder, 

Armiston, Ala. 

Harrey a. Elsenrath, 
1211 Orchard Street, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

George S. Fike, 



Fearer, Md. 



William F. Fleming, 
181 Skillman Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Leo Friedlander, 

Dayton, Ohio. 

David Foreman, 

56 East 120th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Joseph H. Forest, 

322 West 14th Ave., 

Houston, Texas. 

Carroll A. Ferris, 

Sherman, Texas. 

Walter W. Feldt, 

Peoria, 111. 

George M. Furr, 

Douglasville, Ga. 



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Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company December 1, 1917. Through illness 
was admitted to hospital August 31, 1918. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Took part in all op 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Slightly gassed Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Re- 
turned to Company December 27, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service as 
letter bearer during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1918. Took part in all offensives. 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. Took part in all opera- 
tions. Appointed Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Attached to In- 
telligence Section throughout all operations, where he ren- 
dered valuable service. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. , 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 
Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Elmer R. Flodstrom, 
314 North 3rd Ave., 

Fargo, N. D. 

Balilla p. Fortina, 
65 Downing St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 9, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Severely gassed 
October 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. Returned to the United States. 



Ernest Gardner, 

1708 Timmonds Ave., 

Portsmouth, Ohio. 

Eli p. Gates, 

Arlington, Ga. 

Joseph Gulinski, 

197 Cameron St., 

Hammond, Ind. 



George Gunderson, 
1458 Nebraska Ave., 

Lono- Island, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Took part in all of- 
fensives. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Severely wounded October 
9, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near Chatel 
Chehery. Showed great bravery and courage at all times. 
Returned to Company December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Took part in all offensives. 
Later attached to Supply Company, 328th Infantry, where 
he rendered valuable service. 



Ernest Gallo, 

256 Withers Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thomas Gerena, 

31 West 65th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

GuisEPPE Giambellwca, 
1005 East 180th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Archie P. Giltner, 

Conesus, N. Y. 



Frank A. Garrett, 

Jackson Co., Ga. 

Clarence D. Green, 

Wilmington, 111. 

Joseph J. Graham, 

Abbeville, Ga. 

Frederick W. Hahn, 
15 Grey Street, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Took part in all 
offensives. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 
Divisional Headquarters July 1, 1918. 



Transferred to 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Re- 
turned to Company November 1, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service to the Company at aU times. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Showed great gallantry. Returned to the States. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Severely wounded October 9, 
1918. Rendered valuable service to Company. Upon his 
recovery was assigned to the 80th Division, Company F, 
319th Infantry. 



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Harvey F. Hammond, 
75 Cedar Avenue, 

Patchogque, N. Y. 

Donald H. Hardy. 



Mapleton Depot, 
Huntington Co., 



Pa. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 1, 1917. Severely wounded at Mons- 
Boubert. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Killed in action 
during the St. Mihiel drive, September 12, 1918. He show- 
ed extraordinary bravery and courage. Was inspiring to 
all. 



Henry F. Hare, 

Barker, N. Y. 



Robert L. Harris, 

205 West 121st Street, 

New York, N. Y. 



Le Roi S. Harrison, 
21 Sergent Avenue, 

Somerville, Mass. 

Raymond F. Harrison, 
21 Wintrop Street, 

Torrington, Conn. 

Fred L. Hazelwood, 

Summertown, Tenn. 



Vincent Hojnowski, 
164 Grove Street, 

New Britain, Conn. 

Roy C. Hagel, 

1520 Ontario Street, 

Toledo, Ohio. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Slightly gassed 
October 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Re- 
turned to the Company December 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Killed in action 
near Fleville October 14, 1918. His intellectual ability 
and devotion to duty was admired by all. At the time of 
his death was attached to Regimental Headquarters. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class May 15, 1918. Rendered valuable service during 
both the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Accidentally killed 
June 21, 1918, at Lucey, France. His ambition which 
was apparent to all would have won him promotion. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, near Sommerance. Showed excellent 
courage and bravery at all times. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Displayed bravery 
and courage through all offensives. 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, during the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive. Returned to Company December 28, 
1918. 



Joe T. Hudgens, 

Paris, Tenn. 

James C. Hildreth, 

Evergreen, Ala. 

Calvin E. Humrich, 

Norton, Kan. 

Harry R. Huhn, 

New Geneva, Pa. 



Rodney C. Ingham, 
Box 103, 
Montague, Mass. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. His coolness and bravery un- 
der fire was exceptional. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Showed great devotion to 
duty under all circumstances. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Samuel Johnson, 

Barronnette, Wis. 



Carl A. Johnson, 

Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Sterling Johnson, 

Coin, Tenn. 

James P. Kane, 

34 Whitinsville St., 

Wliitinsville, Mass. 



Walter Kaupp, 
951 North American St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph Kiloran, 

1317 West 4th Street, 

Wilminffton, Del. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery, while advancing and attacking enemy 
machine gun nest. Upon being evacuated from hospital 
was assigned to the 80th Division and later assigned to 
this Company on March 20. 1919. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Under strenuous condi- 
tion rendered valuable service to his command. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service in all offensives and displayed unusual bravery. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Severely gassed Oc- 
tober 8, 1918. during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. He rendered valuable service to the 
Company by his untiring efforts. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. He was with the Com- 
pany during the entire operations and performed every 
duty assigned him in a fearless manner. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 14, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
near Fleville. He rendered valuable service preparing 
meals under heavy shell fire. Appointed Private 1st Class 
August 15, 1918. 



Harry C. Kimball, 

North Wakefield, N. H. 



John C. King, 

66 Linden Street, 

Torrington, Conn. 

Abraham Klein, 

208 W. Thompson St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

David Knapp, 

81 Christie Street, 

New York, N. Y. 



Henry Koens, 

Magnolia, Minn. 



Vladyslaw Kozlowski, 

Sunderland, Mass. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Attached to the Intelli- 
gence Section, where he rendered valuable service during 
the entire operations. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 

1st Class December 15, 1917. Rendered valuable service 
to the Company as an Automatic Rifle operator. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Assigned to special 
duty, where he did creditable work. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Was attached to Intelligence 
Section during the operations, where he rendered valuable 
service as runner between Company and Battalion. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Severely wounded during the 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, near Chatel Chehery. Returned 
to Company December 10, 1918. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. His services during the 
Meuse-Argonne offensive as a member of an Automatic 
Squad proved to be of great value. 



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Fred King, 

Chasm Falls, N. Y. 



John Klicman, 

2217 S. Winfield St., 

Berwyn, 111. 

Arthur F. Langevin, 
898 Main Street, 
South Warren, Mass. 

Stephen Lazorshak, 
522 Woodvale Ave., 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Fred Leon, 

823 Congress Street, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Joseph Logan, 

1230 State Street, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Arthur J. Larson, 

Renville, Minn. 

Guy D. Lamp, 

721 N. Colorado Ave., 

Hastings, Neb. 

Louis E. Main, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Colfax, Iowa. 

Nicholas G. Masters, 
Dervekista, Trihonias, 

Greece. 

Fr.\nk Marzaile, 

Main Street, 
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Otto R. Melander, 
24 West 11th Street, 

Duluth, Minn. 

Charles W. Modest, 

Cherryville, Kans. 

Walter W. Mahanna, 
760 South 6th St., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Antonio Molissi, 

514 Morris Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. As a stretcher bearer, 
he was in the act of giving aid to a comrade who had been 
hit, when he himself was wounded. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Through illness was 
admitted to hospital, where he was kept on special duty. 
Returned to Company December 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Rendered valuable 
service during all operations. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class August 15, 1918. Through illness was admitted 
to hospital, returning to Company November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Performed all duties assigned 
him in a fearless manner, not taking into consideration his 
own safety. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service through all operations. Appointed Private 1st 
Cass February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 23. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class March 15, 1918. Performed duties with effi- 
ciency and bravery at all times. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Took part in all opera- 
tions. Appointed Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Performed all duties in a brave 
and fearless manner. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company July 18, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class March 15, 1919. Slightly wounded September 13, 
1918. near Norroy, during the Saint Mihiel offensive. Re- 
turned to Company November 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. .Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Rendered valuable service 
during all operations. 



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James P. Mullany, 

207 South 8th Street, 

Connellsville, Pa. 

John V. McDowell, 
1700 South 8th Ave., 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Hugh Milton, 

Gassaway, Tenn. 

Charles Migllvrati, 

Spolei, Italy. 

Nicholas Miracco, 
10 Franklin Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Frank Moore, 

Alcoa, Tenn. 

Donald McReynolds, 

636 Water Street, 

Princeton, Ind. 

Powell A. Miller, 

Farminsrdale, 111. 



.LoNNiE Morse. 



R. F. D. No. 1, 

Blocton, Ala. 



Willlum H. Morrison, 

Duluth, Minn. 



Herbert G. Mulhere, 
404 West 53rd Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Felix Mantheir, 

Gleason Street, 

Cumberland, Md. 

James Makel, 

105 Thames Street, 

Newport, R. I. 

Arthur P. Maier, 

11602 Superior Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

LuiGi Nasta, 

580 Union Street. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service as 
Automatic Rifle operator in all offensives. 

Joined Company September 5. 1917. Transferred to 
Supply Train, 82nd Division, where he rendered valuable 
service during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Transferred 
back to this Company upon request, November 20, 1918. 
Appointed Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidentally wounded 
at Cornieville. Upon recovery was returned to the United 
States. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service with Company as Automatic Rifleman. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Through illness 
was admitted to hospital. Upon recovery was transferred 
to Regimental Headquarters, 328th Infantry, as Bugler. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Killed in action Sep- 
tember 12, 1918, near Norroy, during the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive, while in the act of attacking enemy machine gun 
nest. Bravery and fearlessness to the end. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Killed in action Sep- 
tember 12, 1918, near Norroy, during the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive, in the act of attacking an enemy machine gun. 
Showed great courage and devotion to duty at all times. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery, during the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive. Had always shown great devotion to duty. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. During both the St. 
Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives, showed bravery and 
performed all duties in a fearless manner. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Took part in all 
offensives, where he displayed great bravery and courage. 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service to the Company at all times. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Was with the Com- 
pany during all offensives, carried out all duties assigned 
him in a fearless manner. 



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Maurice Neffsky, 

9 Rose Street, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 

DONATO PaNICA, 

227 East 108th St., 

iNew York, N. Y. 

Edward Parent, 

2 Thompson Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John F. Pierce, 

68 Florence Street, 

Everett, Mass. 



Napoleon Pelletier, 
94 East Main Street. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Joseph Peluzzo, 

210 Ouincy Street. 

Washington, D. C. 



Joseph Pepe, 

601A Bridge Street, 
South Framingham, Mass. 

Frederick Peterson, 
Box 104, 
Manchans, Mass. 



Conley Phillips, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Tilford, Tenn. 

Pietro Piore, 

585 Ingram Street, 

Lackawanna, N. Y. 

Adolfo Pacheco, 
- Puiento-de-Lina, 

New Mexico. 

Fred H. Pech, 

Lemars, Iowa. 

John L. Pech, 



Charles N. Petty, 

May, Texas. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Later transferred 
to Regimental Headquarters, 328th Infantry. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Showed exceptional 
bravery in all offensives. Later admitted to hospital 
through illness and transferred out of this Division. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Took part in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he showed exceptional bravery 
and courage. Later was admitted to hospital through ill- 
ness. Returned to Company October 30, 1918. Appointed 
Private 1st Qass February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Severely wounded during 
the Meuse-Argonne, near Fleville. Rendered valuable 
service to his command as Automatic Rifleman. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service during all operations. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 12, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Apremont, while in the act of bringing water to his com- 
rades. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Took part in all 
offensives, where he showed great bravery and devotion to 
duty. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Rendered valuable 
service in all operations. Wounded October 8. 1918. dur- 
ing the Meuse-Argonne ofi^ensive, near Chatel Chehery. 
Returned to Company December 30, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Later transferred to 
Supply Company, 328th Infantry. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Severely wounded 
October 8. 1918. during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. His devotion to duty was exceptional. 



Joined Company November 3. 1918. 

Joined Company November 3. 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3. 1918. 



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Frank Pepple, 

Natawaka, Kan. 

Emery 0. Pigg, 

Hinton R. R., Iowa. 

William R. Pittman, 

Sarville, Okla. 

GoLEY C. Powers. 

Pilot Point, Texas. 

Archie Phillips, 

Buena Vista, Ga. 

Penny L. Quiller, 

Samson, Ala. 



Napoleon B. Radford, 

Coker Creek, Tenn. 



John Remus, 
Burns, New Britain, Conn. 



Robert F. Richter, 

Center. N. D. 



Syvert J. Reirson, 

Bowbells, N. D. 



George C. Ruark, 

50 Monroe Street, 

Mt. Holly, N. J. 



Antonio Rubano, 

239 Sullivan Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

ToBE Roberts, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 



Byron J. Sholl, 

Terminal Bawach, 

Peoria, 111. 

George Simpson, 

7605 Sagamon St., 

Chicago, 111. 



Joined Company November 3. 1918. 
Joined Company November 3. 1918. 
Joined Company November 3. 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3. 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Rendered valuable 
service throughout all offensives and showed great devotion 
to duty. 

Joined Company .\pril 25, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. Displayed great bravery as runner. 

Joined Company October 23, 1918. Severely wounded 
October 8. 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
while carrying a comrade who was hit. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Killed in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, while 
attacking an enemy machine gun nest, displaying excep- 
tional bravery. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Wounded slightly during the 
Meuse-.'Vrgonne offensive. Carried out all orders assigned 
him in a fearle 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Severely wounded October 
9. 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive in the act of 
attacking enemy machine gun. Returned to Company De- 
cember 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Displayed great bravery 
and courage at all times. 

Joined Company April 18. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Carried out all duties assigned 
him in a fearless manner. 

Joined Company January 1, 1919. 



Joined Company January 1. 1919. 



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Elmer Smith, 

1126 North 9th St., 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Arthur Sontag, 

2438 Dakin Street, 

Chicago, 111. 

Fred Stumke, 

332 Washington Street, 

PeekskiU, N. Y. 

Virgil W. Staples, 

Sebree, Ky. 

John J. Stehlin, 

270 Chambers Street, 

Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Thomas A. Sheperd, 

Williston, N. D. 

Conrad Schnering, 
209 South Street, 

Rockville, Conn. 

Fr.'VNk T. Shell, 

Athens, Tenn. 

Peter J. Sheeran, 

1904 West Pikes Peak, 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Guiseppe Spaziano, 
404 Oak St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Robert 0. Spence, 

Christiana, Tenn. 



Thornton Springfield, 

Eros, La. 

Harvey Y. Swift, 

Sparta, Tenn. 

Nathan Sandman, 

40 Woodcliff Street, 

Boston, Mass. 

Isadore Samoisette, 
877 Brook Ave., 
r ew Bedford, Mass. 



Joined Company January 1, 1919, as Pri\ 



Joined Company January 1, 1919, as Private 1st Cla 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Rendered valuable service 
at all times. Wounded October &, 1918, during the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Pr 



1st Class. 



Joined Company April 25. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. Wounded October 8. 1918. dur- 
ing the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near Chatel Chehery. 
Displayed great bravery at all times. 

Joined Company April 10, 1918. Displayed exceptional 
bravery and devotion to duty through all offensives. 

Joined Company October 23. 1917. During all opera- 
tions showed great courage and devotion to duty. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Later attached to Sup 
ply Company, 328th Infantry, where he rendered valuable 
service through all operations. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Took part in all 
operations, where he rendered valuable service to the 
Company. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. During the St. Mihiel 
offensive displayed exceptional bravery, assisting wounded 
comrades under heavy shell fire. In the Meuse-Argonne 
offensive again showed courage and fearlessness by carry- 
ing out all duties assigned him. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Took part in all opera- 
tions and showed great bravery at all times. 

Joined Company April 25. 1918. During all operations 
showed exceptional bravery which was inspiring to his 
comrades. 

Joined Company April 2,5. 1918. Rendered valuable 
service and duty during all offensives. 



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Morton L. Sehaffer, 

Princeton, Iowa. 



Claud L. Sheets, 

Winder, Ga. 



William Singer, 

Mansfield, Conn. 



George T. Singley, 
20 Carpenter Lane, 

Greenfield, Mass. 



James R. Stephens, 
2107 Norwich Street, 

Brunswick, Ga. 

Charles B. Thompson, 
604 West 6th Street, 

Wilmington, Del. 



John T. Taylor, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

William E. Van Dusen, 
3335 Jackson Blvd., 

Chicago, 111. 

Walter Van Nostrand, 
Mineola Avenue, 
Valley Stream, N. Y. 

GiovANNA Vena, 

Meyersdale, Pa. 

Peter Ventimiglia, 
242 East 46th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 



Carlos Vigil, 

Las Vegas, New Mexico. 

John Vininski, 

208 Spruce Street, 

Mahoning, Pa. 

Francis Vogel, 

313 North 10th St., 

Reading, Pa. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Later transferred to 
Supply Company, 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Later transferred to 
Supply Company, 328tli Infantry. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 9, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
where he rendered valuable service to the Company. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely wounded Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. Displayed extraordinary coolness and 
bravery under fire. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Accidentally wounded 
September 10, 1918, while in performance of his duty. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Severely wounded 
September 12, 1918, near Norroy. while in the act of at- 
tacking an enemy machine gun nest. Bravery and courage 
displayed was exceptional. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Rendered valuable service 
to his Company during all operations. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Took part in all of- 
fensives, where he rendered valuable service to his Com- 
pany. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 8, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. Always displayed great bravery and 
courage. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. Rendered valuable service 
during all operations. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Severely wounded 
October 8. 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, near 
Chatel Chehery. He rendered valuable service as litter 
bearer. 



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305 



Arlie R. Vaughn, 

1200 W. Stollar St., 

Herrin, 111. 

ROCCO L. VOLINO, 

20 Prince Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Jules Vandeputts, 

62 Roosevelt St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

John D. Wood, 

513 Fulton St., 

Union Hill, N. J. 



Philip Waldman, 

1254 East Birch St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

George Wadsworth, 
712 East 18th Ave., 

Denver, Col. 

Thomas A. Ward, 

2245 South Front St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Floyd Wilcox, 

Hertel, Wis. 

Steve C. Wachowski, 
98 Montgomery St., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Adam Wagaman, 



Joined Company November 3, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917. Rendered valuable service 
to his Company by his exceptional bravery and devotion. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1919. During botb the St. 
Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives carried out all duties 
assigned him in a brave and fearless manner and at the 
risk of his own safety. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Displayed unusual 
courage and bravery as a litter bearer; rendered aid to 
his wounded comrades under heavy shell fire. 

Joined Company July 18, 1918. Later attached to Sup- 
ply Company, 328th Infantry, where he rendered valuable 
service through all offensives. 

Joined Company December 5, 1918. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1918. Severely gassed Sep- 
tember 14, 1918, during the St. Mihiel offensive, near 



Norroy. Returned to Company December 15, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



John Williams, 

Cuthbert, Tex. 

Randolph Yeakle, 

Stephens City, Va. 

Franklin N. Yancy, 

Killur, Ga. 

Walter M. Zimmerman, 

Gill, Mass. 



Andie Zadronzny, 

202 Goodrich St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



Joined Company April 18, 1918. Severely wounded Sep- 
tember 12, 1918, during the St. Mihiel offensive, near Nor- 
roy. Showed great bravery and coolness while attacking 
enemy machine gun nest. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 



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EOSTER OF COMPANY G, 328TH INFANTRY, AMERI- 
CAN E. F., FRANCE 



E. C. B. Fanforth, Jr., 
Telfair Street, 

Augusta, Ga. 

William T. Swanson, 
330 Bull Street, 

Savannah, Ga. 



Bertrand Cox, 

367 Central Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Captains 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company September, 1917. In command of Company 
from September, 1917, to November, 1918, when transferred 
to Headquarters Company of Regiment. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917, and as- 
signed to Company about October 1, 1917. Commissioned 
1st Lieutenant about February 1, 1918, and Captain about 
November 10, 1918. In command of Company from No- 
vember 10, 1918, until February 4, 1919. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917, and as- 
signed to F Company of Regiment. Commissioned Cap- 
tain about November 10, 1918, and attached to this Com- 
pany on February 14, 1919. In command of Company 
from February 14, 1919. 



Edwin R. Gulick, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Hugh M. Mauck, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Walter C. Raney, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



JuDSON M. Garner. 



Clarence R. Hopper, 
97 Quitman Street, 

Newark, N. Y. 

John K. Ashby, 

1564 Quarrier Street, 

Charleston, W. Va. 

Jacob G. Bruton, 



Grover C. Mosely, 

433 Winder St., 

Athens, Ga. 



First Lieutenants 

Assigned to Company in September, 1917. On duty 
with Company from September, 1917, to August 10, 1918, 
when he was relieved and returned to the United States. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant on August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company in September, 1917, and relieved about 
January, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant on August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September, 1917, and relieved about 
February, 1918. 

Assigned to Company about February, 1918. On special 
duty as Battalion Intelligence Officer from June, 1918, to 
about November, 1918. Commissioned Captain November 
11, 1918, and assigned to H Company of Regiment. 

Assigned to Company January, 1918, and relieved about 
February 25, 1918. 



Commissioned August 15, 1917. Assigned to Company 
November 10, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 1, 1918, and trans- 
ferred about December 10, 1918. 

Assigned to Company January 3, 1919, and transferred 
on February 4, 1919. 



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KiRBY P. Stewart, 



Jradentown, Fla. 



Theodore A. Wilkens, 

Augusta, Ga. 

Samuel Y. Jameson, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Jack Harwick, 

New York, N. Y. 



William R. Melton, 

Dawson, Ga. 

James S. Russell, 

108 High Street, 

Salisbury, Md. 



Second Lieutenaxts 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant on August 15, 1917. Kill. 
rd in action on October 8, 1918, west of Chatel Chehery, 
Foret D'Argonne. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant on August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company about February, 1918, and transferred 
April 20, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant on August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company in April, 1918. Special duty as Bath 
Officer from June, 1918, to July, 1918. Transferred Au- 
gust, 1918, to Battalion Headquarters as Gas Officer. 

Commissioned April, 1918. Assigned to Company July, 
1918. Gassed in action on October 8, 1918, west of Chatel 
Chehery, and dropped from rolls. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 26, 1918, and as- 
signed to Company November 1, 1918. 

Commissioned October, 1918, and assigned to Company 
November, 1918. 



Sergeants Fiest Class 



William A. Kampf, 
433 Ralph St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February, 1918. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant March 15, 1918. Attended Army 
Candidates' School August, 1918, and was commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant. 



Arthur Olson. 



Brooklvn, N. Y. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant April. 1918. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant September, 1918. Killed in action 
North of Sommerance on October 14, 1918. 



Geert Hoekstra, 

361 Woolsey Ave., 

Long Island, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 19T7. Appointed Sergeant February 1, 1918. 
Appointed 1st Sergeant February 1, 1919. 



Henry G. Harris, 

Warwick, Ga. 



Mess Seegeants 

Joined Company September 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 20, 1917. Appointed Mess Sergeant Jan- 
uary 22, 1918. 



Adolph H. Rangnow, 
2010 N. Hancock St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Supply Seegeants 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February 1, 
1918. .Appointed Supply Sergeant March 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Napoleon Pelletier, 
146 Bullard Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

Harry A. Higgins, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Joseph C. Bonsall, 
Woodlawn, 
Baltimore City, Md. 

David T. Eastburn, 

Hockessen, Del. 

Harry Parsons, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Samuel C. McDougall, 
305 Washington St., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Alvin C. York, 

Pall Mall, Tenn. 

Edward J. Kingston, 
6741 Throop St., 

Chicago, ni. 

Otto G. Brown, 

Slayton, Minn. 

Edward Fredericks, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 

Arthur W. Volk, 

West Falls, N. Y. 

John T. Wylie, 

Bald Prairie, Tex. 

James P. Cooper, 

257 Washington Street, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Frank H. Greer, 

Mansfield, Ga. 



Everett H. Mosier, 
6349 Drexel Road, 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Chester F. Steup. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant April 29, 
1918. 

Joined Company November, 1918. 



Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
August 15. 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 1, 1918. 



joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 15, 
1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February, 1918. Appointed Sergeant April 15. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant November 1, 1918. 



Joined Company February 9. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
November 1, 1918. Awarded D. S. C. for meritorious ac- 
tion West of Chatel Chehery, on October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company September 21, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral October 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant December 15, 

1917. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
July 20, 1918. Appointed Sergeant December 8. 1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. ."Appointed Corporal 
December. 1917. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. Appointed Sergeant 
November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company September 5. 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital on October 8, 1918. 



Joined Company September 10. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant November, 1917. Attended 3rd Officers" Training 
Camp at Camp Gordon, Ga., and was appointed 2nd Lieu- 
tenant. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
December. 1917. Attended 3rd Officers" Training Camp 
at Camp Gordon, Ga., and was appointed 2nd Lieutenant. 

Joined Company November, 1917. .Appointed Sergeant 
December, 1917. Attended 3rd Officers' Training Camp 
at Camp Gordon, Ga., and was appointed 2nd Lieutenant. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Joseph H. Fowler, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Albert H. Helker, 
1318 N. 60th Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arthur G. Heard, 

Tempe, Ariz. 

John G. Hink. 

3422 N. Lee Street, 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Walter L. Staff, 

Seymour, Conn. 



Louis Schwebius, 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal De- 
cember 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February 1, 1918. 
Evacuated to hospital September, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February, 1918. 
Returned to United States August, 1918. 

Joined Company September, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
December. 1917. Wounded in action on October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant February, 1918. 
Killed in action on October 8, 1938, West of Cliatel Che- 
hery. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February. 1918. Appointed Sergeant August, 1918. 
Wounded in action on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel 
Chehery. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December, 1917. Appointed Sergeant March, 1918. Evac- 
uated to hospital October 15, 1918. 



IsADOR A. Rosenberg, 
292 Hinsdale Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clifford H. Ashley, 

Acushnet, Mass. 

Nicholas A. Mmisci, 

Retsof, N. Y. 

Lewis G. Hamilton, 
75 S. Main Street, 

Branford, Conn. 

William S. Payton, 
87 Beates Street, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Leonard R. Dexter, 

505 S. Morris Ave., 

Bloomington, HI. 

Leonard Townsend, 
130 Virginia Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

WiLLI.AM StOHR, 

1015 Ridge Avenue, 

Darby, Pa. 



Corporals 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1917. Wounded in action October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Wounded in action on October 8, 
1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 15, 1918. Gassed at Norroy on September 15, 
1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
April 30, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 15, 1918. Gassed West of Chatel Chehery on Octo- 
ber 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 15, 1918. Wounded in action October 19, 1918, 
North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 15, 1918. Wounded in action October 19, 1918, 
North of Sommerance. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Elmer R. Dueppius, 
1060 Joseph Avenue, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Louis Stahlberg, 

1530 Minfort Place, 

New York, N. Y. 

George Simpson, 

311 60th Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Axel H. Backer, 

313 Broadway, 

Fargo, N. D. 

James C. Black, 



Clc 



Cal. 



Frank Dablow, 

N. St. Paul, Minn. 

William Street, 

Frankfort, Ind. 

William I. McKinney, 

Swainsboro, Ga. 

Albert Dravland, 

Carbury, N. D. 

Martin B. Schledorn, 
87 Franklin Street, 

Dansville, N. Y. 

Anthony W. Haley, 

Pawlet, Vt. 

Ruggerio Barone, 

54 Sullivan Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Wallace W. Clark, 
916 Broadway, 

Watervliet, N. Y. 

Herbert S. Coleman, 
337 W. Division St., 

New Haven, Conn. 

George M. Foskey, 

Frankfort, Del. 

Hyman Lederman, 

10 W. 18th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Herman J. Barnes, 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 27, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
August 10, 1918. Wounded in action on October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
October 1. 1918. Wounded in action on October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 24, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 

Joined Company January 19, 1919. 

Joined Company January 19, 1919. Absent sick in hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company March 30. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
November 1. 1918. Awarded D. S. C. for meritorious serv- 
ice in Foret D'Argonne. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 7, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 1, 1918. Wounded in action on October 
8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 10, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 7, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. Wounded in action on October 
8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 17, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 



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311 



John J. Bushnell, 

New Milford, Conn. 



Richard Byrne, 

1588 Locust Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 
John Ewald, 

763 Hilton Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oscar L. Lindblom, 

Aldrich, Minn. 

Benjamin Rappaport, 
1031 Wolf Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Michael A. Sacina, 
635 St. Annes Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 
James R. Bossidy. 

N. Lee, Mass. 



Oscar L. Cardenas, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Bernard Early, 

191 Franklin Street, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Walter L. Fox, 

Dover, Cal. 

William Frank, 

651 St. Nicholas Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Odie C. Gaines, 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Charles Richards, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Jesse Roth, 

145th St. & Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. 



Murray L. Savage. 

East BloomSgra, N. J. 

Axel S. Severson. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. Wounded in action October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company March, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1919. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 7, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal De- 
cember. 1917. Killed in action October 8, 1918, West of 
Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal Oc- 
tober 1, 1918. Killed in action on October 8, 1918, West 
of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
August, 1918. Wounded in action on October 8, 1918, 
West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
October 1, 1917. Died of wounds received in action on 
October 8, 1918, at Varennes. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
August 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital on October 17, 
1918. 

Joined Company March, 1918. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital October 1, 1918. 
Rejoined Company January, 1919. 

Joined Company November. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Wounded in action on October 14, 1918, 
North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 1, 1918. Returned to United States August, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust, 1918. Killed in action on October 8. 1918, West of 
Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company March, 1918. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust, 1918. Evacuated to hospital February, 1919. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Sumner S. Coleman, 

Southampton, Mass. 

John C. Deloach, 

Brooklet, Ga. 

JORGEN 0. HoLGERSON, 

Devils Lake, N. D. 

Lloyd G. Dodd, 

Calhoun, Ga. 

Clarence Trennepohl, 
2133 Alfie Street, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Percy Beardsley, 

Roxbury, Conn. 

Franklin N. Remington, 

Canandaigua, N. Y. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October, 1917. Appointed Cook De- 
cember 15, 1917. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Appointed Cook 
February, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Cook June 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company January 23, 1919. Appointed Cook 
November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1918. 



Mechanics 



Joined Company November 10. 1918. Appointed Me- 
chanic November 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic November 15, 1918. 



Privates and Pbivates First Class 



Shelby Adams, 

Freeport, Texas. 

Clabron J. Adkins, 

Soso, Miss. 

Tommie Allen, 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Augusta A. Ambrosino, 

New York, N. Y. 

Charles W. Bach, 

57 Germania Street, 

Golton, Pa. 

Harry Baker. 

Orange, Mass. 

Daniel C. Baker, 

Hackleburg, Ala. 

George N. Ballard, 
187 Nashua Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Peter Barletta, 

Soldier, Pa. 

Albert B. Baron. 



Joined Company February 11, 1919. 

Joined Company November 6, 1918. 

Joined Company December 3, 1918. 

Joined Company March, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company February 11, 1919. 



Joined Company November, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company November 6, 1918. 
Joined Company November 12, 1917. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



Joined Company February 11, 1919. Evacuated to hos- 
pital February 12, 1919. 



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313 



LuciEN Beliveau. 

Jacob Bentz, 

New York, N. Y. 

RuFus W. Bishop. 

Thomas A. Bishop, 

Louan, Miss. 

Eddie Birchell, 

Burdette, Ark. 

Bobbie L. Blake, 

Eupora, Miss. 

Roy E. Breed, 

Taniaroa, 111. 

George H. Bosley. 

Edward Boggs, 

Aldoria Mills, Ga. 

Chester A. Boward, 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Roy G. Brockmeir, 

Colesburg, Iowa. 

RussEL J. Brown. 



Eugene S. Brown, 

Warsaw, Va. 

William H. Brown, 

Greenwood Springs, Miss. 

William N. Bruggeman, 

Templeton, Iowa. 

Bland F. Bryant, 

Success, Ark. 

Adam Burcenski, 

101 Franklin Street, 
New Britain, Conn. 

Thomas Burgett, 

Arkenda, Ark. 

Sylvia J. Burdett, 

Sycamore, Ga. 

Samuel Button, 

Cornig, Ark. 



Joined Company October. 1918. 

Joined Company October. 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Cheher>-. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Evacuated to bospital 
October 22, 1918. 

Joined Company November 6, 1918. 
Joined Company January 14. 1919. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 



Joined Company April, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 14, 1918. North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
June, 1918. (S. I. W.) 

Joined Company October 26, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Accidental wound. 
Lacerated by bayonet October 8. 1918, West of Chatel 
Chehery. 

Joined Company October 26. 1918. 
Joined Company November 6. 1918. 
Joined Company October 26, 1918. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 
Joined Company November 10. 1917. 

Joined Company January 14. 1919. 
Joined Company October 26, 1918. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Fred L. Campbell, 

New Haven, Conn. 

James J. Cardiff, 

470 N. Washington St., 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

John Carlotto, 

Prospect Street, 

Hausatonic, Mass. 

Charles A. Clark. 



GuisEPPE Cinaglw^nni, 



Harry Cohen, 

222 Broome Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Perry C. Cole, 

Pennsylvania. 

Alessandro Cona, 

701 Sackett Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawrence Conrad, 

Alliance, Ohio. 

Charles Crabtree, 

Petersburg, Tenn. 

Jesse A. Craig, 

Clinton, Tenn. 

William B. Cutting, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Anthony DeCosta, 
28 Grant Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

Eustathois G. Delivorias, 
Brockton, Mass. 



Patrick J. Donahue, 
311 Elm Street, 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Gus Doyle, 

Blue Mountain, Miss. 

Charles Dresek, 

132 S. Main Street, 

New Britain, Conn. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Evacuated to hospital 
November, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. 



Joined Company November 6. 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital December, 1918. 

Joined Company April, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Gassed on Octo- 
ber 8, 1918, West of Chatef Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 8. 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 7, 1917. 

Joined Company July 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. On special duty 
with Battalion Intelligence from June, 1918, to February, 
1919. 

Joined Company October, 1917. On special duty with 
Battalion Intelligence from August, 1918, to October 14, 
1918. Wounded in action October 14, 1918, North of 
Sommerance. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 9, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Adelard Dupuis. 



Steve Dudkewic, 

Carle Park, N. Y. 

Peter Dykhius, 

1420 S. Avers Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

Maryan E. Dymowski, 

Trenton, N. J. 

John W. Eidam, 

355 Linden Street, 

Reading, Pa. 

Elijah Ellis, 

Griffin, Ga. 

Theodore E. Engebritson, 
Westhope, N. D. 

Walter Evans, 

Steamboat, Iowa. 

Clarence E. Ferrell, 

Argenta, 111. 

Frederick C. Faust, 
1552 Mulberry St., 

Reading, Pa. 

Otis Fields, 

914 E. Broadway St., 

Alton, 111. 

Pasquale Fiore, 

43 Mayflower Street, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Martin Fisher, 

Machias, N. Y. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. 
Joined Company November 1, 1917. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. War Neurosis on 
October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. 

Joined Company March 30, 1918. 

Joined Company March 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Frank B. Flanagan, 

New York, N. Y. 



Henry C. Ford, 

Vernon, N. Y. 

Leon C. Fowler, 

112 Ford Street, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Harry N. Folwell, 

Mora, Idaho. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. On special duty 
ith Battalion Intelligence Department. Wounded in ae- 
on on October 12, 1918, near Fleville. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action 
n October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company October, 1917. 



Joined Company February 13, 1919. 



316 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Richard Fox, 

Grove Street, 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Oscar E. Gabrielson, 

Jewell, Iowa. 

Thomas A. Gallagher, 
2114 Wright Alley, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Angelo Giganti, 

Prospect Street, 

Lee, Mass. 

John E. Gillespie, 
Water Valley, 
Tom Green City, Tex. 

Frank J. Gleason, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Walente Gleba. 

16 Third Street, 

Seymour, Conn. 

Frank B. Goodwin, 
1515 Market Street, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 

Jacob Gneshin, 

93 Pitt Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Carl M. Graham, 

425 Belmont Avenue, 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Joseph Graham. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Charles Greaterox, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

John Green, 

Place Street. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Arthur J. Grenier. 



Leo J. Gribbon, 

Fresno, Cal. 

William Gruettke, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Wounded in action 
n October 9, 1918, West of Chatel Cheher\'. 



Joined Company October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. On special duty with 
4th Army Corps June, 1918, and later transferred to same 
place. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Cheher>'. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 20, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehtry. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



George G. Griffin, 
159 Saratoga Ave., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Joined Company November, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. On special duty with 
Battalion Intelligence Department from November. 1918. 
to January, 1919. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



John Gutkowski. 



ASBJORN HaAKENSON, 

66 Pitt Street, 
Pittsfield, 



Charles L. Hansel, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



David B. Hassett, 

Clarkdale, Ariz. 

Rhea J. Hawkins, 

Springville, Ala. 

Charles J. Heaney, 
449 Brewer Street, 

Norfolk, Va. 

Charles R. Heller, 
393 Essex Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William M. Hetherington, 
5323 Walnut Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clare Z. Hickerson, 

Seymour, Iowa. 

Dan F. Hill, 

Dallas, Texas. 

Barrington D. Hook, 

Newman, Ga. 

John D. Holt, 

Long Island, N. Y. 

Everett Howard, 



New Bedford, Mass. 
Lester G. Hubbard. 



Comer J. Hughs, 

Dublin, Ga. 



David E. Hughes, 

546 N. 6th Street, 

Bangor, Pa. 

Frederick F. Janeff, 

New York, N. Y. 

Harold E. Johnson, 
112 Weldon Street, 

Bloomington, 111. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Gassed on October 8, 
1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Died of wounds re- 
ceived on October 9, 1918, near Apremont. 

Joined Company January 13, 1919. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Evacuated 
pital October 18, 1918. 



Joined Company October 16, 1917. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. On special duty with 
Battalion Headquarters as runner from June, 1918. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. Accidental wound 
June, 1917. Evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Killed in action on 
October 8. 1918. West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Roy H. Johnson. 



Thomas G. Johnson, 
414 9th Street. 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Jerry Jansen, 

Webster City, Iowa. 

BOLESLAW KaCZNEARCZYK, 

200 High Street, 

New Britain, Conn. 

Timothy Kane, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Isaac W. Karjala, 

Cloquet, Minn. 

Earl W. Keating, 

Wilmington, Del. 



Patrick Kelleher, 
347 E. 81st Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Virgil Keneastier, 

Mykawa, Texas. 

Nicholas A. Kennedy, 
2531 N. Hancock St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Thomas J. Kiernan, 
412 S. Rankin St., 

Natchez, Miss. 

Joseph Konotski, 

617 Bridge Street, 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Edwin Kopp, 

873 E. 228th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

.Tack S. Kovar. 

New York, N. Y. 

Joseph Krantz, 

New York, N. Y. 

Jan Krasowski, 

318 Jefferson Ave., 

Windber, Pa. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 10, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. Trans- 
ferred to M. P. Battalion January, 1919. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 



Joined Company January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Broken arm at 
Rigny La Salle August, 1918, and was evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company December, 1918. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. Gassed on Octo- 
ber 9, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Broken leg while on 
patrol near Bouconville July, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
and never returned. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. 

Joined Company January 14, 1919. 
Joined Company October 17, 1917. 

Joined Company November 6, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 21, 1918, North of Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Taken prisoner by 
Germans on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. Re- 
joined Company January, 1919. 



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319 



Petealt Krzisik, 

193 Wildewood Ave., 

Salamanca, N. Y. 

Earnest J. Kuhn, 

315 High Street, 

Reading, Pa. 

Jack Kirby. 

Frank Kusdub, 

634 Combe Street, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Milton J. Lake, 

Hillsdale, Md. 



Arthur J. Lajeunesse, 
15 W. French Ave., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

William Lanfear, 

Dorset, Vt. 



Fred Lauer, 

1053 Seneca Avenue, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph Llewellyn, 
930 Acker Avenue, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Frank Leon, 

Van Voorhis, Pa. 
Joseph Lesches, 

1514 N. 7th Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harry W. Lewis, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 

William Lieberman. 
468 Bushwick Ave., 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Liedtke, 

New Haven, Conn. 



August J. Lindner, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Albert Lindberg, 

New Preston, Conn. 



Robert L. Lovell, 

Tennessee. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 15, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company March 20, 1918. 



Joined Company October 25, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital January, 1919. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on Oc- 
tober 15, 1918, North of Sommerance, during 
attack by the Germans. 



Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Joined Company November 7, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital October 17, 1918. Rejoined Company December, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1917. On special duty at 
Battalion Headquarters as runner since June, 1918. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company x\pril 23, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 10, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery, and later 
died of wounds. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8. 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Transferred to M. P. 
Battalion January, 1919. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. (Bay- 
onet wound.) 

Joined Company December. 1917. Evacuated to hospital 
September, 1918, and did not return. 



320 History of Three 

PlERINO Luxi, 

Danoara, Pa. 

GUSTAVE A. LUIPPOLD, 

Third Street, 
Turner Falls, Mass. 

WiLxiAM B. Lynn, 

Whiteson, Texas. 

Charles R. McConnell, 
120 Blair Street, 

Grove City, Pa. 

Thomas McDonough, 
Bradley Street, 

Lee, Mass. 

Matthew McEntee, 
109 E. 105th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Frank McNeal, 

Franklin, Tenn. 

Lester McVety, 

1717 N. Main Street, 

Kokomo, Ind. 

Leon Mackiewicz, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

David A. Madison, 

Natural Bridge, Ala. 

John Malgerio, 

Second Street, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Frank Maiobewski, 
1615 Hallay Ave., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

GuiSEPPE Mantrantoni, 

Groveland, N. Y. 

Louis Marcuson. 

New York, N. Y. 

Herbert L. Marks, 
450 Audubon Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Samuel E. Martin, 

Traer, Iowa. 

William E. Marvel, 

Frankfort, Del. 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company March 18, 1919. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. 



Joined Company October 17, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. On special duty 
with Battalion Intelligence Department from August, 1917, 
to January, 1919. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company February 9, 1919. Evacuated to hos- 
pital September, 1918, and rejoined Company in December, 
1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Accidental wound 
June, 1918. Evacuated to hospital. 



Joined Company January 14, 1919. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company Januarv-. 1918. Killed in action on 
October 15, 1918, North of Sommerance, during a counter- 
attack by the Germans. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. 
Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Mike Memrick, 

Goodyear, Conn. 

Salvatore Mendolia, 
335 Melrose Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Paul Merk. 



Epifano Miceli, 

New York, N. Y. 

J.-uwEs Michael, 

Shenandoah, Va. 

James Minogue, 

Myrtle Avenue, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Stephen Mirickl 



Edward Mitchelin, 

Nebraska, Pa. 

John F. Moon, 

Hoschton, Ga. 

Willie A. Mosier, 

Mt. Pleasant, Ark. 

William H. Moser, 
813 Anuty Street, 

Homestead, Pa. 
George H. Moreau, 
347 Court Street, 

Brockton, Mass. 
Alexander Mordich, 
60 Massachusetts Ave., 

Quincy, Mass. 

Frank S. Moura, 

96 Purchase Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

Carlus p. Muse, 

Sugar Valley, Ga. 

Mario Muzzi, 

233 E. 56th Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Charles Neal. 



Marcelino Nebiolo, 
18 Cross Street, 

Newport, R. I. 



-Second Division, A. E. F. 321 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. 
Joined Company March 21. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Cliatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company January 24, 1919. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 

Joined Company March 21, 1918. 



Joined Company April 6, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
on October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company January, 1919. 



Joined Company November 12, 1917. Sprained ankle 
n October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company January 23, 1918. 



Joined Company March 6, 1919. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company January 23, 1918. Wounded in action 
on October 10, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. 



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LeRoy D. Nelson, 

Calhoun, Ga. 

Keney Newson, 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Anthony J. Niesiobeski, 

Terryville, Conn. 

Mario Nitti, 

1513 W. Ohio Street, 

Chicago, 111. 

Daniel B. Nolan, 

415 May Street. 

Utica, N. Y. 

Saul Odess, 

39 Plymouth Street, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Millard Oelschlecer, 

Bath, N. Y. 

John O'Donnell, 

Bradley, 111. 

Frank O'Grady, 

Rome, Iowa. 

Bernard P. Orbajvk. 



Joseph L. Otto, 

1116 Worle Street, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Joseph Owen, 

106 Rhode Island, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Thurman Owen, 

Cookeville, Tenn. 

Ettore Palombi. 



Cassel Parker, 

Millsboro, Del. 

Joseph Perkoski, 

101 Nicholas Ave., 
Port Richmond, L. I., N. Y. 

Demetreos Petuopdulos. 
155 Tallman Street, 
New Bedford. Mass. 

Francis Prior, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Joined Company January 23. 1918. 
Joined Company January 13, 1919. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company February 13. 1919. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 14, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company October, 1917. 



Joined Company November 14. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. On special duty with 
Battalion Headquarters as runner since June. 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company October 26, 1918. 



Joined Company April 20, 1918. Gassed on October 8, 
1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. On special duty with 
Battalion Intelligence Department from August to Octo- 
ber. 1918. Evacuated to hospital October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 85, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
September, 1918, was transferred. 



Joined Company November 14, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 21, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Joined Company October 21. 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company of Regiment March, 1919. 



Mike W. Preston, 

Buena Vista, Ga. 

Irving W. Pritchard, 

West Port, Tenn. 

William F. Pritchett, 

Strubble, Iowa. 



Jake Z. Prlinchevich, 
123 E. 23rcl Street, 

Fort Worth, Texas. 

John W. Quattlebaum, 

Greenville, Texas. 

Charles Rapatas, 

73 Pearl Street, 

Everett, Mass. 

Joseph N. Rasicot, 

Fall River, Mass. 

James Ray, 

Ellijay, Ga. 

Fred W. Reavis, 
Miles, Runnel City, Texas. 

Jesse Reagan, 

Lebanon, Ind. 

Lemuel Redmond, 

Humble, Harris Co., Tex. 

Charles T. Reed, 

Vernon, Texas. 

Howard Reeves, 

Menard, Texas. 

Isaac Rigney, 

Indian Valley, Va. 

Julius D. Richmond, 
1921 Bergen Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Tom Ripple, 

LaGrange, Texas. 

Charles L. Robinson, 
713 Sellers Ave., 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Eddie Robison, 

Hillsdale, Md. 

Charles L. Rooney, 

New York, N. Y. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25. 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 



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Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company April 6, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company November 6. 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company October 25. 1918. 
Joined Company November 1, 1917. 

Joined Company October 25, 1918. 
Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 15, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



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Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Raoul Rousseau, 

82 Independence St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

Anthony Santore, 

New York, N. Y. 

Charles R. Sanborn, 

New York, N. Y. 

Feoder Sok, 

44 Roseville Street, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Joseph Sapp, 

Vernon, Fla. 

Edward F. Souza, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Napoleon Saulniers, 
1111 Water Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

Arthur Schlappi, 

Mackinaw, 111. 

Fred Schoning, 

Hampton, Iowa. 

Joseph A. Schultheis, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Antonio Silvino, 

1135 Seer Avenue, 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Walter A. Skedis, 
715 E. 5th Street, 

Wilmington, Del. 

WiLLLVM E. Smith, 

North Dakota. 



Charles F. Smith, 

York, Pa. 

Israel Smolensky, 
819 Grand Avenue, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Roy F. Somers, 

Urbana, 111. 

Benjamin F. Spilka, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lawrence S. Spites, 
2027 S. 3rd Street. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Transferred to M. P. 
Battalion January, 1919. 

Joined Company January 13, 1918. 



Joined Company January 13, 191H.S 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Sick in ward on Trans- 
port Scandinavian May 5, 1918, en route overseas. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. 
Joined Company October 22, 1918. 
Joined Company November 1, 1917. 
Joined Company November 6, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Killed in action North 
of Sommerance on October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company March 10, 1919. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Killed in action West 
of Chatel Chehery on October 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Gassed in 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company October 16, 1917. Wounded 
on October 8, 1918, West of Chalel Chehery. 



Robert J. Steele, 

Princeton, 111. 

William Steffek, 

Wilmington, Del. 

Henry J. Stephens, 

Gunter, Texas. 

Oscar Stiehler. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harky E. Stone, 

920 3rd Street, 
Fort Madison, Iowa. 

Henry B. Sullenger, 

Mulberry, Tenn. 

Carl F. Swanson, 

New York. 

John A. Tichaesky, 

Fayetteville, Texas. 

Michael A. Tornselle, 
18 Paine Street, 
Green Island, N. Y. 

Ben M. Trinkley, 

Patton, Pa. 

John R. Tucker, 

Band, Texas. 

Tony Ustach, 

Hartford, Conn. 

"William Ukashewicz, 
51 John Street, 

Hartford, Conn. 

Sabe Valente, 

127 Village Street, 

Hartford, Conn. 

Ceaser Viera, 

371 S. 2nd Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

William H. Voiles, 

Shirley, Tenn. 

Sam L. Walker, 

Plainview, Texas. 

■Chester R. Wallace, 

Electra. Texas. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October, 1917. Gassed in action on 
October 8. 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 



Joined Company November 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion on October 14, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company March 30, 1918. Wounded in action on 
October 21, 1918, North of Sommerance. 



Joined Company November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 10. 1917. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October, 1917. Wounded in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Woimded in ac- 
tion on October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. 

Joined Company February 9, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital September, 1918. Rejoined Company December. 
1918. 

Joined Company November 2. 1918. 
Joined Company November 2. 1918. 



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Arthur W. Ward, 

193 Brook Street. 

Bridgeport. Conn. 

Fred Wareing. 



New Bedford, 



Everett H. Waugh, 

Vermont. 



George T. Webb, 

Vigo Park, Texas. 



William Webster, 

Paoli, Okla 



Ralph E. Weiler. 



Hanover, Pa. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. On special duty 
with Supply Company from September to December, 1918. 



Joined Company November, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company November. 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918. West of Chatel Chehery. Transferred 
to M. P. Battalion January, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 8, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8. 1918. West of Chatel Chehery. 



Hen-ry Weir, 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Harry E. Welker, 

Elizabethville, 



Solomon R. West, 

Meadows of Dan, Va. 

James J. Whalen, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thomas R. Whitcomb, 

Bear Lake, Pa. 

Dan W. Williams, 

Perrys Landing, Tex. 

Edg.-vr R. Williams, 

Slayden, Tenn. 

Robert C. Williamson, 

Milner, Ga. 

William Wild, 

327 County Street, 
New Bedford, Mass. 

George A. Wills, 

East Stampers Lane, Pa. 

William E. Wine, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Gassed in action on 
October 9, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. On special 
duty as Regimental Runner, from September to December, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 5, 1917. Absent without 
leave in September, 1918, and transferred. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company February, 1918. 
Joined Company November 4, 1918. 
Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Albert Wincard, 

Johnstown, 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Killed in action on 
October 8, 1918, West of Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company October 21. 1917. On special duty at 
Regimental Headquarters as runner from September to 
December, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Charles A. Wund, 

1090 Franklin Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

John Ziolkowski, 

Mt. Carmel, Conn. 
Waiter A. Zukschwerdt, 
5th Street. 
Jamaica Park, N. Y. 
Taras Zwirblie, 

124 West Street, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. On special duty at 
Battalion Headquarters as runner from June, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Wounded in action 
on October 8, 1918, West of Cbatel Chehery. 



Joined Company October, 1917. 



ROSTER OF COMPANY H, 328TH INFANTRY 



James McRae Tillman, 

Lake Wales, Fla. 



Majoes 

Joined Company September 6, 1917. as Captain. Com- 
manding Company from September 6, 1917, to September 
15, 1918. Commanded 2nd Battalion, 328th Infantry, 
through the Meuse-.'Vrgonne offensive. Promoted to Major 
November 11, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action in Di- 
vision Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division. January 
13, 1919. 



Theodore Bradsh.\w Fay, 
3 Kendal Green, 

Washington, D. C. 

JuDSON Mathews Garner, 
986 Highland Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Captains 

Joined Company October 15, 1917, as 1st Lieutenant. 
Commanded Company from September 15. 1918, to Octo- 
ber 1. 1918. Appointed Regimental Personnel Adjutant 
October 1, 1918. Promoted to Captain November 11, 1918 

Joined Company November 20, 1918, as Captain. Com- 
manding Company from November 20, 1918, to date. 
Joined Regiment September 1, 1917, as 2nd Lieutenant 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Ap 
pointed Battalion Intelligence Officer June 20, 1918, and 
assigned to Company H, 328th Infantry, November 20. 
1918. Promoted to Captain November 11, 1918. 



John Wesley Brown, Jr., 
Sylacauga, Ala 



YoEL Lyons Joel, (d ec',/d ) 
Atlanta, Ga. 



FiEST Lieutenants 

Joined Company September 6, 1917, as 2nd Lieutenant. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. In com- 
mand of Company through the Meuse-Argonne offensive 
from October 1, 1918. to November 20. 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action in G. 0. No. 16, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, dated 26th March, 1919. 

Joined Company September 6, 1917, as 2nd Lieutenant. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Wounded 
in action severely by machine gun bullet near Sommerance 
on October 14, 1918. Later died from wounds. Cited for 
gallantry in action per G. 0. No. 16. Headquarters 82nd 
Division, March 26, 1919. 



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Benjamin Snyder Purse, 
200 Screven Ave., 

Waycross, Ga. 

Russell M. Robinson, 
705 South Tryon St., 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Marshall Sergeant, 

Sheldon, Wis. 

Karl B. Lutz, 

Bethany, W. Va. 

ViRGiNius Lee Kirby, 
231 W. Peachtree St., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917, as 1st Lieutenant. 
Transferred to 326th Infantry December 30, 1917. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917, as 1st Lieutenant. 
Dropped from rolls of Company to sick in hospital De- 
cember 26. 1917. 



Joined Company June 1, 1918, 
ferred June 20, 1918. 



1st Lieutenant. Trans 



Joined Company November 5, 1918, as 1st Lieutenant. 



Joined Company September 6, 1917, as 2nd Lieutenant. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant October 11, 1918. 



Second Lieutenants 



Thomas Lowe Starnes, 
101 Park Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Frank Alexander Holden, 
815 Milledge Ave., 

Athens, Ga. 

John E. Stevens, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Joined Company September 6, 1917, as 2nd Lieutenant: 
Transferred November 15, 1917. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918, as 2nd Lieutenant. Ap- 
pointed 2nd Battalion Gas Officer September 1, 1918. 
Dropped from rolls as sick in hospital October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company January 3, 1918, as 2nd Lieutenant. 
Transferred to 157th Depot Brigade April 10, 1918. 



Lyle De Camp, 

Henryville, Ind. 

William Dwight Hillis, 

Statesboro, Ga. 



Joined Company June 1, 
Transferred June 20, 1918. 



1918. as 2nd Lieutenant. 



Joined Company September 6, 1917, as Private. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant October 1, 1917. Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant October 15, 1917. Transferred to Army Candidate 
School January 1, 191'8. Rejoined Company April 6, 1918. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Transferred 
to 139th Infantry July 7, 1918. 



William J. Oakes, 

West 6th Street, 

Columbia, Tenn. 



George Fay Newell, 
109 Biddle Ave., 

Wilkinsburs, Pa. 



Joined Company September 6, 1917, as Private. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant October 1, 1917. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant October 15, 1917. Transferred to Army Candidate 
School January 1, 1918. Rejoined Company April 6. 1918. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Transferred 
to 137th Infantry July 7, 1918. 

Joined Company September 6, 1918, as Private. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant October 1, 1917. Transferred to Army 
Candidate School January 1, 1918. Rejoined Company 
April 6, 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. 
Transferred to 5th Division July 7, 1918. 



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329 



Henry George Barber, 

1398 Jefferson Ave., 

Brooklvn, N. 



Robert M. Schmitt, 



Denver, Colo. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917, as Private. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Private December 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed 1st Sergeant January 1, 1918. Transferred to 
Army Candidate School August 1, 1918. Commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant September 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9. 1918, as 2nd Lieutenant. 



George F. Conefrey, 

Brockton. Mass. 



John P. O'Keeffe, 

Millers Falls, Mass. 



FiEST Sergeants 

Joined Company October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal January 15, 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant 
per G. 0. No. 6, August 1, 1918. Transferred to Army 
Candidate School October 2, 1918, and rejoined Company 
H, 328th Infantry, January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal January 15, 1918. Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant November 1, 1918, per G. O. No. 8. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action per Headquarters 82nd Division G. O. No. 
16, March 26. 1919. 



John P. Jones, 

Talbotton, Ga. 

John Madden, 

Wrentham, Mass. 



Harold Anderson, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

George A. Bailey, 

Housatonic, Mass. 



Chester R. Brackett, 

East Lynn, Mass. 



Ransom Brannen, 

Kennard, Texas. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company September 9, 1917. Appointed Mess 
Sergeant from Private October 21. 1917. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 15, 1918, from Private. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal October 1, 1918. Appointed Supply Sergeant 
October 10, 1918, per G. 0. No. 7. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal May 1, 1918. Transferred as sick in 
hospital October 7, 1918. Later transferred to 326th In- 
fantry. 

Joined Company October 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal February 20, 1918. Appointed Gas 
N. C. O. May 31, 1918. Sick in hospital February 14, 
1919, and transferred. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal October 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action 
per Headquarters 82nd Division G. 0. No. 16. March 26, 
1919. 



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Edgar T. CopEi^and, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Harry L. Donlon, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 



Jan Droog, 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private December 15, 1917. Transferred to 
Army Candidate School October 2. 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal April 26, 1918. Transferred to Army Can- 
didate School August 27. 1918. Rejoined Company Oc- 
tober 16, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Sergeant. 



Charles F. Glassup, 

East Lynn, Mass. 



Emil H. Henke, 

Beeville, Texas. 



Lorimer Horn, 

Glenwood, Ala. 



Walter A. Hysong, 

Pitcairn, Pa. 



Frederick E. Jones, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



Hugo H. Lance, 

Floresville, Texas. 



John Pfuelb, 

Bridesburg, 



James F. Pitman, 

Saugus, Mass 



Artemus C. Putnam, 

Gloucester, Mass. 



Joined Company October 15. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. TransfeiTed to Army 
Candidate School October 2, 1918. Rejoined Company 
January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private April 26. 1918. Transferred to Army Can- 
didate School October 2, 1918. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 1, 1919. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal December 15, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 16. 1918. slightly. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal October 1, 1918. Slightly wounded in ac- 
tion October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20: 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal July 15, 1918. Transferred to U. S. July 28, 
1918, per 82nd Division Headquarters Order No. 167. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26. 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal November 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action 
per Headquarters 82nd Division G. 0. No. 16. March 26, 
1919. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private 1st Class October 1. 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal November 1, 1918. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action, per Headquarters 82nd Division G. O. 
No. 16. March 26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 1. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal November 1. 1918. Cited for gallantry in 
action, per Headquarters 82nd Division G. 0. No. 16. 
March 26, 1919. 



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331 



Joseph B. Shafer, 

Sinton, Texas 



Rw A. Tyler, 

franklin, Mass. 



Joseph Vlasak, 

Flushing Heights, N. Y. 



John T. Wylie, 

Bald Prairie, Texas. 



Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal November 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in ac- 
tion, per Headquarters 82nd Division G. 0. No. 16, March 
26, 1919. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 15, 1917. Sick in hospital Octo- 
ber 21, 1918. Transferred to U. S. March 1, 1919. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private November 1. 1918. Transferred to Company 
G, 328th Infantry. January 1, 1919. 



Clark U. Bailey, 

Madisonville, Texas. 

William J. Bates, 

Woodlake, Cal. 

Alexander Cohen, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

Clyde Daniel, 



David L. Dansby, 

Union, Miss. 

Joseph R. Ferguson, 

Bowersville, Ga. 

John Gaughan, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Peter A. Ginder, 

Dundas, 111. 



Henry Hebert, 

Lynn, Mass. 

Robert B. Hillis, 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

William H. Kearns, 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Lester C. Leming, 

Elgin, Texas. 



COEPOKALS 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Corporal. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1. 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 27, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Qass November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company January 13, 1919. Transferred to Com- 
pany as Corporal. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Infantry, June 9, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. Woimded in action October 
16, 1918. Rejoined Company November 29, 1918. 



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Albert Livesey, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Sidney McGinty, 

Carrollton, Texas. 



Charles S. Mackey, 

Tuarosa, New Mexico. 



Norman D. Mead, 

Sanger, Cal. 



Christ W. Meyer, 

Brenham, Texas. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private April 26, 1918. Slightly gassed at Nor- 
roy September 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1918. Gassed September 14, 
1918, at Norroy. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. Transferred to Com- 
pany as Corporal. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as a Corporal. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class November 1. 1918. 



Christopher Natoli, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Samuel Nechols, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Thomas J. Nilan, 

Point Marion, Pa. 



Martin J. O'Toole, 

Braddock, Pa. 



Will E. Owens, 

Risins Star, Texas. 



Martin C. Peterson, 

Ipswich, S. Dak. 

William Reinelt, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John R. Rapp, 

Rockport, Mass. 

Frank G. Schaub, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Morris Sherman, 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in action at 
La Forge October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
19, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1919. Slightly gassed October 
15, 1918. Returned to Company December 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Slightly wounded October 
9. 1918, near Chatel Chehery. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3. 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Corporal. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from 
Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 28, 1918. Wounded near Sommerance 
October 23, 1918. Rejoined Company January 8, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. Gassed at Norroy September 
14, 1918. Transferred from Company. 



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333 



Thomas L. Slane, 

Braddock, Pa. 



RoYLiE H. Smith, 

Tabor, Texas. 



Ferdinand W. Stair, 

Fairchance, Pa. 



Swain J. Sveinson, 

Svold, N. Dak. 

Gordon Van Dyke, 

Feura Bush, N. Y. 

Alec Warshauer, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Joined Company October 21, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 26, 1918. Gassed at Norroy September 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal from Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. Wounded in action near Som- 
merance October 14, 1918. Rejoined Company Decem- 
ber 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 26, 1918. Wounded near Sommerance 
in action October 16, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private 1st Class July 20, 1918, Company Clerk. 

Joined Company November 12, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1918. 
from Private April 26, 1918. 



Appointed Corporal 



ViTO Giovia, 

Kearney, N. J. 

John H. Hockman, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peter Kaminsky, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Salvatore Pritti, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph Steinicer, 

Wallingford, Conn. 



Cooks 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Cook 
October 21, 1918. 



Joined Company April 25, 1917. Appointed Cook July 
1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Cook 
Februai7 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cook 
February 1, 1918. 



Chester A. Anderson, 

Franklin, Mass. 

Lyman F. Tague, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

John E. Wilett, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Mechanic. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
July 1, 1918. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



Henry Adams, 

Gainesville, Ga. 

Grady C. Anderson, 

Brundidge, Ala. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Qass July 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



Malcolm Andrews, 

East Point, Ga. 

James M. Andrews, 

Erna, Texas. 

Albert T. Alewine, 

Bowersville, Ga. 

Archie D. Aikman, 

Buckholtz, Texas. 

James L. Amott, 

Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

James H. Arnold, 

Calhoun, Miss. 

Homer S. Arthur, 

Carthage, Miss. 

James H. Bailey, 

Harpersville, Miss. 

LoNZY L. Baker, 

Ty Ty, Ga. 

Buddie C. Baldwin, 

Bolar, Va. 

Francisco P. Barboza, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Alexander Barger. 

Chassell, Mich. 

Daniel Bartels, 

Seguin, Texas. 

Andrew Bartsch, 

St. Cloud, Minn. 

Adolph W. Baring, 

Floresville, Texas. 



Matteo Basile, 

Newark, N. Y. 

Raymond Bastian, 

Calumet, Mich. 

James H. Bean, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Timothy Bendy, 

Sniithville, Tenn. 

Lewis R. Bennett, 

Homerville, Ga. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3. 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company. 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company February 14. 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company September 20. 1917. Transferred as 
sick in hospital September 13, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. Wounded in action at 
Chatel Chehery October 10, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Special duty as Bat- 
talion Observer from September 1. 1918, to October 12, 
1918. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Special duty as Ob- 
server September 1, 1918, to November 29. 1918. 

Joined Company February 12. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Agostino Bianchini, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

John Blazuk, 

New Britain, Conn. 

Henry Block, 

Guttenburg, Iowa. 

Joseph Blumenfield, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

August J. Borland, 

Troy, 111. 

Clyde E. Bollinger, 

South Wliitley, Ind. 

William W. Bagley. 

Thomasville, Ala. 

David L. Boozer, 

Anniston, Ala. 

Natale Borsa, 

Joliet, 111. 
Eugene Bl-v^ncheni. 

New York, N. Y. 



Gilbert Bourgoin, 

Frenchville, Me. 

Thomas M. Brady, 

Fairhope, Pa. 
Lee p. Brame. 



Faunsdale, Ala. 



John F. Britton, 

Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. 

George C. Brown, 

Kurtz, Ind. 

Martin J. Brown, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alonzo Buff, 

Ringgold, Ga. 

Charles Bunjes, 

Westhoff, Texas. 

Henry W. Burtis, 

Flushing, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company April 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 26, 1918, near Auzeville. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, 328th Infantry, January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 26. 1918. Transferred to hospital 
July 1. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class April 26, 1918. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 328th Infantry, June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. 
vate 1st Class October 1. 1918. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. 



Appointed Pri- 



JoHN Bush. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 26. 1918. Wounded in action 
near Chatel Chehery October 8. 1918. and later reported 
having died from wounds. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Sick in hospital Octo- 
ber 10. 1918, and later dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company December 22, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. Wotmded in action near Som- 
merance October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 27, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Anton Buska, 

New London, Conn. 



Wylie J. Cain, 

Dawsonville, Ga. 



Frank Calabrese, 

Newark, N. J. 



Irving E. Campbell, 

Saugus, Mass. 

Henry Carment, 

East Newark, N. J. 

Brady L. Cash, 

Smyrna, Ga. 

Pietro Cestaro, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Joseph D. Chambliss, 

Graves Station, Ga. 



Robert L. Choate, 

Sylvania, Tenn. 

AjciG Chobanian, 

Providence, R. I. 
Jesse Cobb, 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Joseph Conjant, 

Jamaica, N. Y. 



James Constantine, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Manuel Correia, 

Fall River, Me 



Adelard Cote, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Philip Croteau, 

N. Grosvenordale, Conn. 



John J. Crowley, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Norroy September 14, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 22, 1918. Transferred to hospital and dropped 
from rolls January 5, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class July 1, 1918. Gassed near Norroy Septem- 
ber 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 22, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Gassed slightly 
near Chatel Chehery October 8, 1918. Rejoined Com- 
pany November 6, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred from 
Company to 307th Outpost Company 82nd Division May 
31, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to 328th 
Salvage Dump June 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class July 1, 1918. Wounded in action near Som- 
merance October 14, 1918. Rejoined Company January 
6. 1919. 

Joined Company April 27, 1918. Wounded in action at 
La Forge October 7, 1918. Later reported as having died 
from wounds. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class July 1, 1918. Special duty as orderly to 
Major Tillman September 15, 1918, at 2nd Battalion Head- 
quarters. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company December 20, 
1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, and died October 10, 1918. 



James E. Crusinberry, 

Galena, Okla. 

George T. Daley, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Albert Dannheim, 

Wellsville, N. Y. 

Andrew J. Davis, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Edward J. Davis, 

Thomasville, Ala. 

Rea E. Davis, 

Charlottesville, Va. 

Frank L. Day, 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Matteo Deambrogio, 

Torrington, Conn. 

Carl Deschene, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Antonio Demasi, 

Hartford, Conn. 

Wm. a. J. Dempewolf, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Dennis Denimy-, 

Vinton, Iowa. 

Abraham V. Dersham, 

Glendo, Wyoming. 

Moss E. Dew, 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Clinton, Tenn. 



James M. Dial, 

Statham, Ga. 

Arthur S. Dias, 

Fall River, Mass. 

POMPIO DiFROBOZIO, 

Dunbar, Pa. 

George M. Dobbins, 

Marietta, Ga. 

John J. Donovan, 

Weathersfield, Conn. 

Zeb Donovan, 

Richmond, Va. 



Joined Company November 12. 1917. Appointed Pr 
vate 1st Class October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company July 26, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. 

Joined Company November 3, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Wounded in 
tion at Xivray July 19, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. 
Joined Company November 2. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18. 1917. .'Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William J. Doherty, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clarence F. Dorazio, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

At.phonsf. Dumont. 

Fall River, Mass. 



Harry Dunn. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Earl A. Dunham, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



.John F. Durkin. 



New York, N. Y. 



Ignatious Dzycek, 

Conshocken, Pa. 

Kazimer Elenewsky, 

Livingston, 111. 

Otto Elkins, 

Petersburg, Ind. 

Charles M. Elliott, 

Cherokee, Ala. 

George P. Ellis, 

Tracy City, Tenn. 

Howard Engleholm, 

New York, N. Y. 

Clarence Ertman, 

Akron, N. Y. 



Nicholas Escovedo, 

Elmendorf, Texas. 

George Everson, 

Paterson, N. J. 

Pedro Fajardo, 

Laredo, Texas. 

Lee Farrow, 

Porterdale, Ga. 

Michael Falcone, 

Nutley, N. J. 

Jacob Feferling, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. Special duty as Battalion Ob- 
server August 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Sommerance October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. bounded in action 
near Fleville October 12, 1918. Later reported as having 
died of wounds. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Killed in action 
July 3. 1918, near Xivray. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Rambucourt July 18. 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company November 10. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Chatel Chehery October 8. 1918. Later reported 
as having died of wounds. lO/S/ lii 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 26. 1918. Slightly gassed in ac- 
tion near Norroy September 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Wounded in action at La Forge Oc- 
tober 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Qass October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company February 26, 1918. Transferred as sick 
in hospital October 16, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion near Chatel Chehery October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 2, 1918. 



John C. Fitzhugh, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Frank Frederick, 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Benjamin Fullerman, 

New York, N. Y. 

Bert D. Funk, 



Boone, Iowa. 

FR-ANK GA.TER. 

Moulton, Texas. 

Peter Garagunis, 

New York, N. Y. 

Frankine Garenio, 

Jamaica, N. Y. 

Mazzini Garibaldi, 

Newark, N. J. 

William H. Garrison, 

Cleveland, Texas. 

Charles Gaudreau, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Walter C. Gehring, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

George Gelfer, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

John A. Georgropolus, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Joe Gonzales, 

Gonzales, Texas. 

Floyd P. Gressett, 

Toomsuba, Miss. 

Prentis L. Hanson, 

Magnolia, Ark. 

Andrew Hamach, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Walter 0. Harris, 

Zulch, Texas. 

Nathaniel W. Haynes, 

Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Willie Heine, 

Brenham, Texas. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company October 19, 1917. 
Joined Company April 26, 1918. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Killed in action near La Forge Oc- 
tober 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. Slightly wounded in action Oc- 
tober 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. 
Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 15, 1917. 
Joined Company November 15. 1917. 
Joined Company April 2, 1917. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 3, 1918. 
Joined Company April 26, 1918. 
Joined Company April 2, 1918. 



Joined Company April 26, 1917. Gassed at Norroy Sep- 
tember 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William E. Helm, 

Cisco, 111. 

Martin L. Headon, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Henry Hegefeld, 

Brenham, Texas. 

Max L. Heinz, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Walter E. Herman, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Aloysius Hilt, 

Melrose, Minn. 

Brink Hoover, 

Blakely, Ga. 

Fred Hug, 

Chicago, 111. 

Ona F. Hughes, 

Rome, Mo. 
John A. Hypio. 

Tapilo, Mich. 

Sidney Isaak. 

New York City, N. Y. 

Harry H. Johnson, 

Cheathaven, Pa. 



Frank E. Jones, 

Callas, Mo. 
Louis Jusseaume, 

Marlboro, Mass. 

Jerome P. Kaps, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Louis P. Kardosh. 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Anton Kasparek, 

Shiner, Texas. 

Frank C. Kelly', 

Taunton, Mass. 

Charlie Kinnett, 

Porterdale, Ga. 

Barney Kolbochinski, 

Anderson, Texas. 



Joined Company April 27, 1918. Gassed October 15, 
1918, near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. Gassed at La Forge Oc- 
tober 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. Sick in hospital Feb- 
ruary 2, 1919. Transferred to United States. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 8, 1917. Special duty as Bat- 
talion Observer. Killed in action near Sommerance Oc- 
tober 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 8. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded near Som- 
merance October 14, 1918. Rejoined Company December 
22, 1919. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Sick in hospital October 
22, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Sick in hospital 
June 2, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company February 10, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. .\ppointed Private 1st 
Class July 1. 1918. Slightly gassed in action October 7, 
1918. 



Eighty-Seco.\d Division, A. E. F. 



Joseph Kozakewizc, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Charles J. Kreautler, 

Newark, N. J. 



Arthur Krueger, 

Clareville, Texas. 

Paul Kurtz, 

Chilton, Texas. 

Jay C. Lamphere, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 

George Lattenville, 

Fall River, Mass. 

George Lavoie, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Alfred Laferriere, 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Frank Lehman, 

Red Rock, Texas. 

Eleutuero Lerma, 

Olmito, Texas. 

James H. Leaman, 

Hallam, Pa. 

Ben Les, 

Manchester, Conn. 

Clarence E. Linder, 

Rosebud, Texas. 

Solomon B. Litman, 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Andrew J. Long, 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Leo G. McDonald. 

Braddock, Pa. 

Williaivi McDonald, 

Darlington, Wis. 

James McGloin, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

James Manzanares, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918. Sick ir hospital January 5. 1919. and 
dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action per 
Headquarters 82nd Division G. O. No. 16. March 26, 1919. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 14, 1918. Later transferred. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. 

Joined Company October 14. 1917. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 

.loined Company April 2, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Sick in hospital October 10, 1918. 
Later transferred. 

Joined Company February 1, 1918. Gassed at Norroy 
September 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. Gassed October 9. 
1918. near Chatel Chehery. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. 

Joined Company October 18. 1917. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. 

Joined Company November 8. 1917. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
ite 1st Class October 1, 1918. 



Pablo Martinez. 

Taft, Texas. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Killed in action near 
la Forge October 7, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Joseph M. Marie, 

Peoria, 111. 

Richard W. Maddock, 

Phillipsburg, N. J. 

ZOLLIE 0. MaYBERRY, 

Debray, Fla. 

William Masse, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Joseph Mechaurd, 
Attleborough, Bristol, Mass. 

Antone Medaroes, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Antone Mesisca, 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company February 14, 1918. Transferred to 
Company from 327th Infantry- as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company April 27, 1917. Slightly gassed in ac- 
tion Oftober 18, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred from 
327th Infantry as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Wounded in action 
near La Forge October 7, 191£i! Rejoined Company De- 
'■ember 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. 



Adolph W. Meshwitz, 

Wesley, Texas. 

James H. Mezo, 

Murphysville, 111. 

Archie D. Miller, 

Stamford, Texas. 

Hyman Miller, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Sam Moats, 



Smithfield, Pa. 



Antonio Morocco, 

Worchester, Mass. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Wounded in action at 
La Forge October 7, 1918. Rejoined Company January 
13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded in action 
at Rambucourt July 18. 1918, and wounded in action near 
La Forge October 7, 1918. Dropped from rolls of Com- 
pany. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Xivray June 30, 1918. Dropped from rolls of Com- 



Guiseppe Molon, 

Torrington, Conn. 



Joined Company March 21, 1918. 



Gashina Micelli, 

Herrin, 111. 

Patrick J. Mulcahy, 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1. 1918. Wounded in action near Chatel 
Chehery October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company December 



Daniel T. Mulkirn, 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Wounded October 
14. 1918, near Sommerance. Rejoined Company January 
27, 1919. Appointed Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 



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Patrick J. Murtagh, 

Marblehead, Mass. 



Roy Myers, 

Scottdale, Pa. 

Milton Neuman, 

Geronimo, Texas. 

AsBURY Newell, 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Edward O'Malley, 

Detroit, Mich. 

David M. O'Meara. 

New York, N. Y. 



John A. O'Mara, 
Richmond, Staten Island, 
New York. 

Michael P. O'Brien, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Joe p. Oprestiny, 

Kurten, Texas. 

Roland F. Oppice, 

Marshalltown, Iowa. 



Antonio Parsio, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Robert W. Parsons, 

Norfolk, Va. 



Rudolph Paweleck, 

Sublime, Texas. 



Lee Peebles, 

Lott, Texas. 

August Perira. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Pericle Pettinicchi, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

Mollis H. Peyton, 



Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class July 1, 1918. Wounded in action near La Forge 
October 7, 1918. Dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Qass July 1, 1918. 



Joined Company January 23, 1918. Appointed Private 
5t Class October 1, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company from 327th Infantry as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. Killed in action 
ear Sommerance October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company April 26, 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Sick in hospital 
October 20, 1918. Dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Wounded in action Oc- 
tober 14, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Wounded in action near Chatel Che- 
hery October 10, 1918. Rejoined Company December 19, 
1918. Sick in hospital January 5, 1919. and dropped from 
rolls of Company. 

Joined Company October 20, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
April 26, 1918. Sick in hospital October 17, 1918, and 
dropped from rolls of Company. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. Killed in action near Sommerance 
October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Sick in hospital 
September 14, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded in action 
near Sommerance October 14, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



Antonio Piperni, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Joined Company January 25, 1918. Sick in hospital 
October 25, 1918. Rejoined Company December 21, 1918. 



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James H. Pitts, 

Savannah, Tenn. 

Byron Quackenbush, 

Hion, N. Y. 

Henry Reed, 

Mapleton, Maine. 



John C. Reblich, 

Woodlawn, Md. 

Emil E. Reinesch, 

Vernon, Texas. 

William A. Reinholdt, 

Remsen, Iowa. 

Willis J. Revell, 

Doyle, Ga. 

Glaus E. Reinholdt, 

Remsen, Iowa. 

Joe Richter. 

Thalia, Texas. 

John 0. Riggs, 

Growell, Texas. 

John R. Riggs, 

Lake Victor, Texas. 



Ludie Riley, 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918. near La Forge. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. Sick in hospital 
October 18, 1918. Rejoined Company January 6, 1919. 
Sick in hospital February 4, 1919, and dropped from rolls 
of Company. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918. . 

Joined Company November 2, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 2. 1918. 
Joined Company April 19. 1918. 



Lee Rishel. 



Lfniontown, Pa. 

Pedro Rivera, 

Poteet, Texas. 

Francisco Roccosecca, 

New Britain, Gonn. 

Richard Rosenbaum. 



Steline Rosenburg, 

Hartford, Conn. 



Gharles I. Rosenfield, 

Providence, R. I. 



Albert T. Ross, 

New Haven, Gonn. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Killed in action 
near Sommerance October 14. 1918. 

Joined Company April 2. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class. Transferred to Provisional 
M. P. 82nd Division January 10. 1919. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. 
Joined Company November 12, 1917. 
Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



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Ignatz Rowinski, 

Newark, N. J. 

William J. Roy, 

Lawrence, Mass. 

August Ruf, 

Chicago, 111. 

CONSTANTINE RuSCITTI, 

Detroit, Mich. 

John H. Sanders, 

Marietta, Ga. 

PiNKNEY Lee Shaw, 

Reelfoot, Tenn. 

Walter Sikorski, 

Snetana, Texas. 



Michael Siluk, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Earl W. Sires, 

Savannah, Ga. 

Jas. R. Smith, 

Corning, N. Y. 

Abr.\ham Spector, 

New York, N. Y. 



David Spitz, 



Bronx, N. Y. 

John B. Str.\w, 

Braddock, Pa. 

Lacy M. Strickland, 

Elberton, Ga. 

Francis Sylvia. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Samuel H. Tarver, 

Savannah, Ga. 

August Tepper, 

Chicago, 111. 

Charles C. Thompson, 

Nonie, Texas. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Sick in hospital Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. Transferred to 
Company as Private 1st Class from 327th Infantry. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company, 328th Infantry, July 19, 1918. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1918. Sick in hospital October 22, 
1918. Rejoined Company November 6, 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 31, 1918, at .Sommerance. Rejoined Company 
January 13, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. 



Joined Company October 20. 1917. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Sick in hospital Au- 
gust 15, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company, 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Killed in action near 
La Forge October 7, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class July 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



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RuFus J. Thompson, 

Atlanta, Ga 



James F. Tinsley, 

Valley Falls, R. I. 



Frank Tivano, 

Revere, Mass. 



Albert T. Tucker, 

Exmoor, Ala. 



Thomas L. Vanderslice, 

Guy, New Mexico. 



Emery Vereen, 



Joined Company May 27, 1918. Sick in hospital Au- 
gust 1, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 
Joined Company April 19, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



George F. Vinson, 

Richard City, Tenn. 

Raymond Whitcomb, 

Owings Mills, Md. 

Stanislau Witkorosky, 

Newark, N. J. 

Anton Wille, 

Clayton, Iowa. 

Winton E. Williams, 

Oakville, Tenn. 

Charles Willlamsky, 
Tompkinsville, S. I., N. Y. 

Albert Williamson, 

Grove Hill, Ala. 

Onnie H. Willis, 

Elberton, Ga. 

Graves M. Wood, 

Sylvester, Texas. 

John P. Woodle, 

Clarksville, Tenn. 

Howard A. Wilson, 

Needham, Mass. 



William Wrenn, 

Jonesboro, Ark. 



Antonio Ya2zo, 

White Plains, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Gassed in action near 
Norroy September 14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Sick in hospital July 
26, 1918, and dropped from rolls of Company. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic April 26. 1918. Transferred to Provisional Motor 
Truck Unit July 16, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 12, 1918. 



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MEMORANDUM REGARDING REGIMENTAL ROSTER, 
3RD BATTALION HEADQUARTERS 



E. H. Johnson. 



B. B. Clarkson, 

Marion Institute, 

Marion, Ala. 



Majors 

Commissioned Major August 15, 1917. Joined Regi- 
ment at its organization September 3, 1917. Assigned to 
3rd Battalion, 328th Infantry, commanding. Went to hos- 
pital October 8, 1918. 

Commissioned Captain August 15. 1917. Joined Regi- 
ment at its organization, September 3, 1917. Assigned and 
commanding Company K, 328th Infantry. Commanding 
3rd Battalion, 328th Infantry, in St. Mihiel oflfensive Sep- 
tember 15, 1918. Commanding 3rd Battalion Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive October 8, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
sick October, 1918. Returned to Regiment November 15, 
1918. Commissioned Major November 11, 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action. Division Order No. 1, January 13, 1919. 
Commanding 3rd Battalion, 328th Infantry, since then on. 



Edwin U. 0. Waters, 

Owens Mills, Md. 



Captain 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 26, 1917. As- 
signed to 3rd Battalion, 328th Infantry. Intelligence Of- 
ficer June 21. 1918. Transferred to Company K, 328th 
Infantry, November 8, 1918. Left for America November 
14, 1918. Returned to organization. Promoted to Captain 
November 11, 1918. Assigned to Company I and has 
been in command since to date. 



A. G. Eritzland. 



Burke Hood, 



Cuthbert, Ga 



FlEST LlEUTEXAXTS 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant June 18, 1917. Promoted 
to 1st Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Assigned to Regiment 
and appointed Battalion Adjutant September 5, 1917. Re- 
lieved February 9, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Joined 
Regiment at its organization, September 3, 1917. Assign- 
ed to Company I, 328th Infantry, September 3, 1917. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Battalion Adjutant February 9, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital October 9, 1918. Returned to Regiment November 
20, 1918. Assigned to Company K, 328th Infantry. Com- 
manding Company K since March 5, 1919, on. 



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H. Waller, 

"Halceyon Hill," 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Joined 
Regiment at its organization, September 3, 1917. As- 
signed to Company K, 328th Infantry. Attended British 
Bayonet School on Somme from May 29, 1918. French 
Auto-Rifle School June 24, 1918. St. Mihiel offensive Sep- 
tember 15, 1918. Meuse-Argonne offensive October 6. 
1918. Wounded near Cornay October 9, 1918. Evacuated 
to hospital October 9, 1918. Returned November 22, 1918. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant August 17, 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action January 13, 1919. Appointed 3rd Bat- 
talion Adjutant November 23, 1918, with the Battalion to 
date. 



Frank A. Johnson, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



Second Lieutenant 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 5, 1918. Assign- 
ed to Company L, 328th Infantry, November 8, 1918. 
Made Battalion Intelligence Officer November 23, 1918. 
Battalion Summary Court OfiScer December 1, 1918. Re- 
lieved from Battalion Intelligence Officer and assigned to 
Company K March 5, 1919. to date. 



Sergeant-Majoes 



Edward J. Schneider, 

Turners Falls, Mass 



Made Battalion Sergeant-Major June 1, 1918. Assigned 
to 3rd Battalion for duty. Evacuated to hospital for 
wounds in action October 1, 1918. Has not returned. 



TOKUTARO N. SlOCUM, 

Minot, N. D. 



Appointed Sergeant-Major February 15, 1919. Assigned 
to 3rd Battalion for duty. With the Battalion to date. 



ROSTER OF COMPANY I, 328TH INFANTRY. 



Captains 



Samuel C. Rumph, 

Marshallville, Ga. 



Charles N. Sisson, 

Jacksonville, Ala 



Herbert D. N. Jones. 



Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company August 29, 1917. In command of Company 
from August 29, 1917, to May 20, 1918. From July 17, 
1918, to September 15, 1918. Sick in hospital from May 
20, 1918, to July 17, 1918. Wounded in action Septem- 
ber 15, 1918] Norroy, Vandieres, St. Mihiel offensive. 
Was commanding the Battalion when wounded. 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Command of 
Company June 5, 1918, to June 14. 1918. taking command 
of L Company of this Regiment. 

Commissioned Captain August 15. 1917. Command of 
Company July 8. 1918, to July 17, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company 328th Infantry-. 



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Carl B. Roberts. 



Edwin U. 0. Waters, 
Owings Mills, 



Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company November 8, 1918. In command of Company 
from November 8, 1918, to December 4, 1918. Transferred 
to Headquarters 328th Infantry. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 26. 1917. Pro- 
moled to Captain November 11, 1918. Assigned to Com- 
pany December 4, 1918. In command of Company De- 
cember 4. 1918. to date. Cited for gallantry in action in 
Argonne-Meuse offensive per General Orders No. 1, Head- 
quarters 164th Infantry Brigade May 4, 1919. 



Victor T. Covington, 

Tampa, Fla. 



Walter L. McArthur, 

Slocum, Ala. 



Julius F. Bell, Jr., 

Milled^eville, Ga. 



Burke Hood, 



Cuthbert, Ga. 



Beverly A. Shipp, 

Macon, Ga. 



Grover B. Harmon, 

Nebraska. 



First Lli^:utenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant April 20, 1917. Promoted 
to 1st Lieutenant October 1, 1917. Assigned to Company 
November 8, 1918, with Company from November 8, 1918, 
to date. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned to 
Company August 29, 1917. In command of Company 
from May 20, 1918, to June 5, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company 328th Infantry. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned to 
Company August 29, 1917. In command of Company from 
June 14, 1918, to July 8, 1918, and September 15, 1918, 
to October 10. 1918. Wounded in action October 9, 1918, 
at Comay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Cited for gallantry in 
action per General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, January 13, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Assigned to 
Company August 29, 1917. With Company from August 
29, 1917, to March 20, 1918. Transferred as Battalion Ad- 
jutant. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant September 19, 1918. Assigned to 
Company August 29, 1917. With Company from August 
29, 1917. to date. Wounded in action October 9. 1918, at 
Comay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Sick in hospital from 
October 9, 1918. to December 30. 1918. Awarded Dis- 
tinguished Service Cross per General Order No. 47, Head- 
quarters 82nd Division, December 25. 1918. for gallantry 
in action. Cited for gallantry St. Mihiel offensive per 
General Order No. 1, 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant July 7, 1918. Assigned to 
Company November 30, 1918. With Company from No- 
vember 30, 1918, to January 2, 1919. Transferred to Com- 
pany D, 328th Infantry. 



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Stokes Hamilton, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant August, 1918. Assigned to Com- 
pany November 30, 1918. With Company from Novem- 
ber 30, 1918, to date. Sick in hospital from March 16, 
1919, to date. 



LoviCK p. Lingo, 

Milledgeville, Ga. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant November, 1918. Assigned to 
Company April 9, 1918. With Company from April 9, 
1918. to October 20, 1918. Wounded in action October 9. 
1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Sick in hos- 
pital from October 20, 1918. to January, 1919. Awarded 
Distinguished Service Cross per General Order No. 45, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, December 11, 1918, for gal- 
lantry in action. 



Warren E. Cox, 

New York, 



N. Y. 



H. L. Pierce, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 23, 1918. Assigned 
to Company July 24, 1918. With Company from July 24, 
1918, to September 15, 1918. Wounded in action Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres, St. Mihiel offensive. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 23, 1918. Assigned 
to Company September 16, 1918. With Company from 
September 16, 1918, to October 8, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 



Charles 0. E. Doerr, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October, 1918. Assigned 
to Company October 17, 1918. With Company from Octo- 
ber 17. 1918, to date. 



Joseph W. Schmidt, 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October, 1918. Assigned 
to Company October 17. 1918. With Company from Oc- 
tober 17, 1918, to date. 



Ralph R. Hodgson, 

Athens, Ga. 



Harold H. Moynahan, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



First Sergeants 

Assigned to Company September 20, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private October 15, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant from Sergeant November 1, 1917. Graduate 
from 3rd Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga. 
Rejoined Company April 5. 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant July 22, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14. 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 1, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal February 15, 1918. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant from Sergeant June 15, 1918. Attended 4th Of- 
ficers' Training School at Langres. France. July 30, 1918. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 



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James L. McDonald, 

Conemaugh, Pa. 



Malcolm E. Morrell, 

Wayland, Mass. 



Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant from Sergeant August 1, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal June 15, 1918. Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant from Sergeant February 1, 1919. Cited for gallantry 
in action General Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, JSlay 4, 1919. 



Joseph B. Topper, 

Philadelphii 



Mess Sergeant. 

Assigned to Company October 15. 1917. Appointed 
Cook from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Mess 
Sergeant from Cook April 15, 1918. Cited for gallantry 
in action General Order No. 1. Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



Thomas F. Butterworth, 
Fall River, Mass. 



Supply Sergeant 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Supply Sergeant from Mechanic February 15. 1919. Cited 
for gallantry in action General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



George C. Ciepcielinsky, 
Braddock, Pa. 



Harold L. Davis, 

Mt. Summit, Ind. 



Earl S. Garard, 



Illinois. 



Herbert Homesley, 

Durham, Ark. 



Sergeants 

Assigned to Company October 29, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 9, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 1, 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action General Order No. 
1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Cook November 18, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from Cook 
Jime 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal June 15, 1918. Killed in action October 8, 
1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Volunteered to 
join Company as Private for overseas service with recom- 
mendation as former grade as Sergeant. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private April 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 9, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 14, 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action General Order No. 1, 
Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



352 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

John S. Jones, 



Dawson, Ga. 



Ralph A. Jackson, 

Butler, Pa. 



Harry T. Maull, 

Audubon, N. J. 



Joseph H. Murphy, 

Visalia, Cal. 



Frank H. Murphy, 

Ft. Fairfield, Me. 



Thomas McMahon, 

Holyoke, Ma 



Wallace H. Neal, 

Thomasville, Ga. 



Hal W. Nelson, 



Carmi, HI. 



Stephen H. Nelson, 

Newark, N. J. 



Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal August 15, 1918. Transferred to 5th Army 
Candidate School at Langres, France, October 1, 1918. 
Graduated from school. Rejoined Company December 15, 
1918. Transferred to A. E. S. D. Montpelier University, 
France, February 26, 1919. 

Assigned to Company October 18, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal July 15, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private July 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal August 15, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel offensive. Evacuated 
to hospital. Rejoined Company December 21, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private July 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal December 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private July 15. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal November 1, 1918. In command of Com- 
pany in Meuse-Argonne offensive from October 14, 1918, 
to October 17, 1917. All officers of Company wounded. 
Cited for gallantry in action per General Orders No. 1, 
Headquarters 82nd Division January 13, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private January 1, 1918. Transferred to 
3rd Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga.. Jan- 
uary 5. 1918. Graduated from school April 5, 1918. Re- 
joined Company April 5, 1918. Commissioned July 22, 
1918. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company September 9, 1917. Appointed 
Supply Sergeant from Private November 1, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 3rd Officers' Training School at Camp Gordon, 
Ga., January 5, 1918. Graduated from school. Rejoined 
Company April 5, 1918. Commissioned July 22, 1918. 
Transferred. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private September 6, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal April 20, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Corporal January 15, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 14. 1918. at Sommerance-Meuse-.\rgonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



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Algot J. Peterson, 

Braddock, Pa. 



Harold E. Phelps, 

Springfield, Mass! 



Joseph B. Steinhart, 

New Albany, Ind. 



Oliver E. Tope, 

Chicasro, 111. 



Henry J. Vajda, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John W. Welch, 

Pikeville, Tenn. 



Elza Hager, 



Elliottsville, Pa. 



Edward Lindsay, 

Muncie, Ind. 



Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal January 15, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 9, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 1, 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action General Order No. 1, 
Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4. 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Appointed 
Sergeant from Private December 15, 1917. Transferred to 
3rd Officers' Candidate School .at Camp Gordon. Ga., Jan- 
uary 5, 1918. Graduated from school and rejoined Com- 
pany April 5, 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 
22, 1918. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company January 22, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private November 16, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal September 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 21. 1918. Transferred to 
Company as Sergeant. Graduate from 3rd Officers' Train- 
ing School at Camp Gordon, Ga., April 5. 1918. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant July 22, 1918. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal August 15, 1918. Killed in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. 

Assigned to Company September 6, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal July 15, 1918. Wounded in action October 
11, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Evacuated 
to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Sergeant June 15. 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal March 1, 1919. Wounded in action Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 15, 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action General Order No. 1, 
Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4. 1919. 

-Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 1, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal March 1. 1919. 



Jesse Ashenfeldter, 

Lintuer, 



Corporals 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 1, 1919. 



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George Bailiff, 

Banning, Cal. 

James E. Besett, 

Peoria, HI. 



Howard W. Bardwell, 

Springfield, Mas 



James E. Butler, 

South Dartmouth, Mass. 



William C. Buckingham, 

Waterbury, Conn. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918 Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1919. Cited for gallantry 
in action General Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4th, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 9, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Comay-Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 7, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 1. 1919. Qted for gallantry 
in action General Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



Gilbert CaPPS, Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 

Sadie, Okla. poral from Private April 25, 1918. Wounded in action 

September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 15, 1918. 



Pompeo Ciallella, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Albert P. Cahill, 

Providence, R. I. 



Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital, rejoining Company De- 
cember 15, 1918. 



Albert Callahan, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company Octo- 
ber 22, 1918. Sick in hospital February 23, 1919. Trans- 
ferred. Cited for gallantry in action General Order No. 
1. Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



Carl Collins, 

Tomeston, Tenn. 



Hobart S. Deweese, 

Winifred, Mont. 



Roy Downam, 



Delphi, Ind. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 1, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 13. 1918. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private July 16, 1918. 



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Elmer Dykes, 

Deweyville, Texas. 



Harry F. Eutsey, 

Scottdale, 



Antonio Fortin, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



John Matte. 

Fall River, Me 



Saul Gottlieb, 

New York, N. Y. 



Leo G. Harmeling, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



John B. Hyde, 



Alaba 



Nelson Jones, 

Princeton, Ind. 



James L. Larsen. 



Salvatore Longobardi, 

New York, N. Y. 



Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private July 15. 1918. Sick in hospital from 
October 30, 1918. Rejoined Company January 27, 1919. 
Cited for gallantry in action. General Order No. 1, Head- 
quarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 9, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 19, 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action. General Order No. 
1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Comay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 17, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private June 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action. General 
Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 
4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1919. Gassed October 17, 
1918, at Sommerance-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Evacuated 
to hospital. Rejoined Company November 15, 1918. Cited 
for gallantry in action, General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private May 1, 1918. Transferred to 4th Offi- 
cers' Training School at Langres, France, July 30, 1918. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private April 15, 1918. Sick in hospital 
June 1, 1918. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company November 1. 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 9, 1918. at Comay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 



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Anthony Mackeweicz, 

Greenfield, Mass. 



James McGinness, 

Massachusetts. 



Wesley C. Morse, 

Minerva, N. Y. 



Fred C. Muzzy, 

Massachusetts. 



Oliver Norris, 

Normangee, Texas. 



Glover Ooley, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

James Pacifico, 

New York, N. Y. 



William C. Peters, 

Newark, N. J. 



Sherman Parsons, 

Monticello, 111. 

Albert G. Reifke, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 



William T. Riepple, 

Appleton, Minn. 



Samuel Rosin, 

Worcester, Mas 



Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 1, 1919. Wounded in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy-Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company Octo- 
ber 22, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action. General Or- 
der No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 
1919. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private July 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company March 23. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private July 15, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Transferred 
June 25, 1918, to 307th Ammunition Train. 



Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private August 1, 1918. Gassed in action Oc- 
tober 9. 1918. at Cornay-Meuse-Argonne offensive. Evacu- 
ated. Rejoined Company December 3, 1918. 



8, 1918. Appointed 



Assigned to Company November 
Corporal from Private May 7, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 6, 1918, at Varennes, Meuse-Argonne ofifensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company November 3. 
1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 1, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 6, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private March 15, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company November 3. 
1918. 

Assigned to Company August 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private August 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry 
in action. General Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



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James 0. Robertson, 

Quincy, Mass. 



Assigned to Company November 14, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private July 15, 1918. Wounded in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 20, 1918. 



George W. Roy, Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Appointed Cor- 

Texas. poral from Private August 15, 1918. Wounded in action 

September 15, 1918. at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



Chester R. Shrum, 

Pennsylvania. 



Charles 0. Sheats, 

Swissvale, Pa. 



Arnold Slomka, 

New York, N. Y. 



John T. Sullivan, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Guy W. Snyder, 

Dinuba, Cal. 



John Vickers. 

Lawrence, Mass. 



William H. Walsh, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 



Martin L. Woods, 



Texas. 



Cruickshank Alexander, 
Springfield, Mass. 



Jones T. Bond, 



Assigned to Company October 18, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15. 1918. Prisoner of War 
at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive October 8, 1918. 

.Assigned to Company October 17, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Returned to states 
as an instructor July 25, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private December 15, 1918. Gassed in ac- 
tion September 15. 1918. at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 14. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private June 15, 1918. Gassed in action 
at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. Evacuated to hos- 
pital. Rejoined Company December 23. 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
82nd Division. January 13, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private November 13, 1917. 

.Assigned to Company November 14. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private June 15, 1918. Cited for gallantry 
in action per General Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd 
Division, January 13, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 14. 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private February 15. 1919. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action. General Order No. 1. Headquarters 164th 
Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 13. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private August 15, 1918. Prisoner of War at 
Cornay. Meuse-Argonne offensive October 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3. 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private January 1, 1918. Returned to 
States as an instructor September 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 14. 1918. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private April 15. 1918. Transferred to 307th 
.Ammunition Train June 25. 1918. 



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Fred E. Hansley, 

Boston, Mass. 



Levi P. Whitney, 

Lowell, Mass. 



Assigned to Company November 1. 1917. Appointed 
Corporal from Private August 15, 1918. Gassed October 
8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. Evacuated 
to hospital. 

.\ssigned to Company November 14, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private February 15, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company 328th Infantry, June 10, 1918. 



William L. Bruggeman, 

Fort Screven, Ga. 

George W. Hesser, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Foster Simmons, 

Statesboro, Ga. 

John Tuomey, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Cooks 

-Assigned to Company September 9, 1917. Appointed 
Cook from Private December 15, 1917. 

Assigned to Company October 10, 1917. Appointed 
Cook from Private December 15, 1918. 

Assigned to Company September 7, 1917. Appointed 
Cook from Private December 15, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Appointed 
Cook from Private January 15, 1918. 



Manuel Souza, 

Portsmouth, R. L 



Guy W. Mongan, 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Harry Ouderkirk, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Mechanics 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Mechanic from Private December 15, 1917. Cited for 
gallantry in action. General Order No. 1, Headquarters 
Ifrlth Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Appointed Me- 
chanic from Private February 15, 1919. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Mechanic from Private July 8, 1918. 



Appointed 



Joseph Blum, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lewis M. Schube, 

Ashland, Mass. 



William W. Wagner, 

Swissvale, Pa. 



BUGLEKS 

Assigned to Company October 10, 1917. Appointed 
Bugler from Private January 15, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, January 6, 1919. 

.Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Appointed 
Bugler from Private July 15, 1918. Prisoner of War at 
Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive October 8, 1918. 



.Assigned to Company October 17, 1917. 
ugler from Private January 15, 1918. 



Appointed 



Privates and Privates Piest Class 



Domenic Abrunzo, 

Williamsport, Pa. 



Ralph W. Adams, 

Maiden, Mass. 



Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Gassed in 
action October 8, 1918, at Comay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

.Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. 



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Harvey B. Allain, 

Bradley, III. 

Carl V. Anderson, 

Jefferson, Ohio. 

Carl L. Abramson. 



Fredolph Anderson. 
Joseph Aranow, 



New York, N. Y. 

Felix Arnold, 

Epworth, III. 

Leo Baldoni, 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

William Bazilianskas, 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Eugene Bernache, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Harry D. Baker, 

Meyersville, Md. 



Bert Berryman, 

Kewaunee, Ind. 

Lewis Betti, 

Stambaugh, Mich. 

Anthony Bildheiser. 



John Blaschak. 



Claude W. Buck. 



Harvey Bradford. 

Millshoal, 111. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 15, Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Missing in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. K*V/eii in act/o/i 



Assigned to Company November 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 7, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 12,. 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company July 3, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 15, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company 
March 17. 1919. 

Assigned to Company September 7, 1917. 

-Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company July 3, 1918. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. Gassed in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



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William C. Brett, 

Kosciusko, Miss. 

John Bruce. 

Altheimer, Ark. 

Jeremiah J. Cahill, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Albert Cappola, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thomas Castellano, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Peter Cardone, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Charles L. Carr, 

Massachusetts. 



Pedro Chavez, 



Texas. 



Harry Chesdovitz, 

St. Augustine, Fla. 



GuissEPPE Ciancuilli. 



Louis Ciavolella, 

New York, N. Y. 

Albert Clegg. 

Charles Cohn, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Charles Cohen, 

New York, N. Y. 



John E. Coates, 

Kearney, Mo. 

Louisana Collota. 

Chicago, 111. 

Antonio Cognetti. 

Scottdale, Pa. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 30. 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. 



Assigned to Company June 5, 1918. Special duty with 
Supply Company. Rejoined Company December 17, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay. Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Killed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company October 30, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15. 1918, at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. Reported as 
missing in action September 15. 1918. at Norroy. Van- 
dieres-St. Mihiel offensive. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Prisoner of 
War at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive October 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. Gassed in action 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company November 27, 
1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company October 20. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 9. 1918. at Cornay, Meuse-.Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 15. 1918. 



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Frank Cote. 



Bert C. Cotton. 

Sylvio Cyr, 

Hamlin, Me. 

Thomas F. Conway. 

Sam Dashefsky, 

New York, N. Y. 



Morris Davis. 



GuisEPPE D'Andrea 

Canton, Ohio. 

Paul Demears, 

Chicopee, Mass. 



Alfred Desjarlais, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



Saverio D'Iorio, 



Thomas Dunbar, 

Fincastle, Va. 

Harold B. Dugan, 

Kingsley, Iowa. 

Frank Doherty. 



John Donnelly, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John J. Duffi 



Maiden, Mass. 



Early Durst. 



Morris Ekus, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lewis Enderson, 

Decorah, Iowa. 



Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy. Vandieres offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Killed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15. 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 



Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918. at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 25, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 6, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



Assigned to Company October 30. 1918. 



Assigned to Company October 30. 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. Transferred to 
hospital February 1. 1919. 



Assigned to Company November 10. 191'i 
Assigned to Company November 5, 1917.. 



Assigned to Company October 30. 1918. Transferred 
January, 1919. 



Assigned to Company November 7. 1917. 
Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 



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Riceville, Iowa 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 
Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. 



Carmele Fabio, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Joseph Fakley, 

Bellingham, Mass. 

Francesco F'aderaro. 



Pangraiso Farina. 



Lawrence Farris, 

Morehouse, Mo. 

Robert Feltner, 

Bluemont, Va. 

William C. Flowers, 

Bonaquia, Tenn. 

Angelo Folli. 

Scranton, Pa. 



Peter D. Ford. 



Earl W. French. 



Michael Fufidio, 

Bronx, N. Y. 

Marvin B. Foster, 

Bentonville, Ark. 

William J. Ferrone, 

New York, N. Y. 

William A. Fellows, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Peter J. Gaimari. 



Michael Gallo, 



Pitcairn, 



Eutrope Gill. 



Assigned to Company April 24, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 24, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 24, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 7, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

-Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 17, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 1, 1917. Gassed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 



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Benjamin Glass, 



New York. 



Joseph Gallagher. 

Charles T. Gammell. 

Otter River, Mass. 

Robert Goodman, 

Chestnut, 111. 

HiNiE Glickman, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 

Protas Gnoranes. 



Frank Gonzales. 



Maurice Guilfoyle. 



Denny Goulding, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Walter J. Gauthier, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



James C. Harmon. 



Joseph Helhoski. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Arthur V. Heroux. 
Jose Herrea. 
John C. Holland. 



Nathan Hosmer, 

Cohocton, N. Y. 



Fr.\nk Hjelm, 

St. Cloud, Minn. 



Assigned to Company November 7, 1917. Gassed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 23, 
1918. Transferred to hospital January, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 4, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company July 18, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mibiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 30, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 13. 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 10, 1918. at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Gassed in action 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

.Assigned to Company April 5, 1918. 



Assigned to Company January 17, 1919. 



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Roy E. Hammond, 

South Dartmouth, Mass. 

Ernest W. Heath, 

Middletown, R. I. 

Eugenio Isidoro, 

Latrobe, Pa. 

BOLESLAW IwOCH, 

Newburyport, Mass. 

Nelson Jalbert, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



Andrew Jensen, 

Dolliver, Iowa. 



Fred T. Johnson. 



James P. Johnson, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John Juda, 



Buffalo, N. Y. 



Frank Jagiolka, 

Starr Junction, Pa. 



William C. Kiser, 

Carrie, Va. 

Fidelis Karczewski, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Patrick Kelly, 

Providence, R. I. 

Simon P. Kershaw, 

Grayville, 111. 

James J. Kennedy, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Marcus W. Krauter, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

. Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company January, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Gassed in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 



Assigned to Company October 19, 1917. Being ex- 
hausted, evacuated to hospital October 18, 1918, at Som- 
merance, Meuse-Argonne offensive. Rejoined Company 
December 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 16, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

.Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company November 30, 
1918. 



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365 



YULIAN KOSOKOWSKI. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cornelius Kelliher, 

Maiden, Mass. 

Tony Kujavi. 



Augustine L. Kealey. 



Thomas Kirkcaldy, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Eugene Lancaster, 

Baldwyn, Miss. 



John F. Leitz, 

Philadelphia, 



Earl W. Lavaelly, 

East Pepperill, Mass. 



Roy C. Leister. 



Max Levy. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Albert Lafave, 

Williamstown, Mass. 

Victor Larivee, 

Easthampton, Mass. 

Arture Liberi, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leo Lorden, 

Providence, R. L 

Arthur Loader. 



Salvatore Lombardi. 



Assigned to Company October 18, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 15, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



Assigned to Company November 6, 1917. 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. WoHnded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Killed in ac- 
tion October 14, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. 

Assigned to Company January 14. 1919. Joined this 
Company as Sergeant. Reduced from Sergeant to Private 
April 19. 1919. Transferred to Company I April 30. 1919. 

Assigned to Company October 17, 1917. Gassed in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Gassed in ac- 
ion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company January 27, . 
919. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
ion October 14, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
ensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Gassed in ac- 
ion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 23, 
918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 

Assigned to Company February 8, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 3. 1917. 

Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. Missing in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



366 History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Arthur C. Loveday, 

Denison, Texas. 

Walter Luce, 

Jefferson, Ohio. 

Robert G. Lunn. 



Odie Lawrence, 

Randolph, Ala. 

Thomas J. Lillis, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Harry E. Martin, 

Lenox Dale, Mass. 



Jan Mazur, 



Suffalo, N. Y. 



Joe McCulley. 



John J. McGinn, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Paul V. Maresca, 

New York, N. Y. 



DOMENICK MaRTINO, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Peter Martinko. 



EuGENio Martinez. 

Corpus Christi, Texas. 

Joe Matero, 

New York, N. Y. 

Sam Mason, 

Madisonville, Tenn. 

Clemie D. McCue, 

Darlington, Wis. 

George McIntyre, 

New Harmony, Ind. 

Manuel Medroes, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Assigned to Company July 22. 1918. 

Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. 
Assigned to Company July 22, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
aclion October 16, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 10. 1917. Wounded in 
actiofif September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 6, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company March 26, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 12, 1917. Transferred 
) hospital June 10, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 
.Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
.Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 



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367 



Martin Moore, 

Roxbury, Mass. 



William C. Moore, 

Memphis, Tenn. 

James Meece, 

Milmine, 111. 

Edward Mehren, 

Moline, 111. 

Henry Mickesh, 

Campbell, Minn. 

George B. Miller, 

Meredosia, 111. 

Walter H. Miller, 

Quincy, 111. 

George Misfeldt, 

Hillsdale, 111. 

Henry Moseley. 

Houston, Texas. 

Julian Moss, 

Elberton, Ga. 

Edward Moretti. 

New York, N. Y. 



Mateo Mussacchio, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Morris Maidbray. 

New York, N. Y. 



John W. McDaniels, 

Orion, 111. 



Fred Meyers, 



Hannah, 111. 



Clarence Morton, 

Katie, Texas. 



Joseph Muller, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



Edward B. McManus, 

Boston, Mass. 



Assigned to Company November 12, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 14, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 19)8. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Gassed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to liospital. Rejoined the Company December 
13, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 1, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 7, 1918. at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 23, 
1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3. 1918. 



363 History of Three 

Morrill A'eal, 



Duquoin, 111. 



George Neff, 



Frank Neff, 



Peoria, 111. 



Clay City, 111. 

Theodore Neckapolus, 

Kankakee, 111. 

Joseph Nackler, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



James Nolsch, 

Virginia, 111. 

George Natele. 

New York, N. Y. 



James A. Newell. 



Walter Oehler, 

Decatur, 111. 

Leo H. 0"Leary, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Martin Ofiara, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Ben Olsen, 

Blackstone, 111. 

George L. Olsen, 

Shirley, 111. 

Joseph Ostrowski, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Jan Ozug, 



Leslie Outlaw, 

Fisher, 111. 

Harold B. Parfet, 

Peoria, 111. 

Antonio Pariso, 

Pt. Richmond, S. I., N. Y. 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1918. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 21, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action, General 
Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 
4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1918. Gassed in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 3, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 15. 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. 



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369 



James Parrish, 



Howell, Ga 



Joseph Perlman, 

Loveland, Col. 

George Peifer, 

Ashland, Pa. 

William H. Pemberton, 

Stratford, Texas. 

IvAR Peterson, 



Bert Peterson, 

Brainerd, Minn. 

Sabatine Piccione, 

Connellsville, Pa. 

Emile Pichette. 



Ernest Phillips, 

Danville, 111. 

Clemens Pinger, 

Peoria, 111. 

Theodore Powell, 

Macon, 111. 

Mike Pracca, 



Joliet, 



James Pyle, 



Frankford, 111. 



Otto Pajewski, 



Chicago, 111. 



Henry Radke, 

Chicago, 111. 

Frank E. Rannow, 

Hutchison, Minn. 

Albert Renfroe, 

Paint Rock, Ala. 

Walter Reynolds, 



Clarence Ritchie, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. Gassed in action 
October 10, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company December 23, 
1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 5, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Killed in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Gassed in action 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Missing in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. 



History of Three 



DOMENIC Ricci, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Cail Richardson, 

Naomi, Ky. 

John E. Richardson, 

Epason, 111. 

Frank D. Richison, 

Simms, 111. 

Harry J. Ripper, 

Peoria. 111. 

Joe Ritchie, 

Grand Saline, Texas. 

Henry Roberts, 

Calhoun, Ga. 

James C. Roberts, 

Deirlo, Texas. 

Louis Rondeau, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Manuel Rose, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Pasquale Russo, 

Orange, N. J. 



Edward Rumrill. 



Michael J. Ryan, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Herman Rybysky, 

Sioux City, Iowa. 

Peter J. Ryan, 

Easton, N. Y. 

Marie Robison, 

Quinland, Texas. 

Morris J. Roossin, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Charles Sams, 

Telluride, Colo. 



Carl J. Saner, 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Assiptned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 5. 1917. Prisoner of 
War November 8, 1918. at Cornay. INIeuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. 

Assigned to Company November 10. 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company No- 
vember 30, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Transferred 
January 6. 1919. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Peoria, 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Anthony Salvo. 



Natele Saraceno, 

Canista, N. Y. 



Walter C. Sapp. 



John G. Sannay, 

Remsen, Iowa. 

Fred Scherzinger, 

Chicago, 111. 

Jesse Schaeffer, 

Happy, Texas. 

Frederick C. Schwartz, 

Monroe, N. Y. 

Reginald Schofield, 

Massachusetts. 

William T. Scott, 

Vernon, Texas. 

Joseph H. Sewell, 

Seville, Ga. 

John E. Short, 

Lillydale, Tenn. 

Fr.\nk L. Stwaski, 

Mattituck, L. I., N. Y. 



John Shorter. 

Oscar Singleton, 

Buena Vista, Ga. 

Ruben Shanks, 

Texas. 

John Sorokacz, 

Miners Mills, Pa. 

Henry Siegel. 



John Stanseski. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Gassed in 
action at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel offensive. Evac- 
uated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Woimded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy. Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8. 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 

Assigned to Company February 15, 1919. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Gassed in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 3, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 14, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1918. Wounded in 
action October 10, 1918. at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



■Samitet. Starr. 



Worcester, Mass. 



GURNEY StEVANUS, 

Garrett, 

Thomas Stewart, 

Philadelphia, 

Tony Stlblick. 



Charles C. Swaney, 

Braddock, 



Stefan Svenssicky. 



Joe Swegzda, 



Madison, 



Onofrio Sciackitano, 

New York, N. Y. 

Anselmo Solis, 

Brownsville, Tex. 

Robert Shugrue, 

Quincy, Mass. 

Joseph Stankus. 

Fayette City, Pa. 

Charles Taylor. 

West Chelmsford, Mass. 

Maryan Tataryk, 

New Jersey. 

Joe Tirko, 

West Newton, Pa. 

Charles Uritza, 

Jacobs Creek, Pa. 



Antonio Vitti, 

Stamford, Conn. 



Bruno Vavalo, 

Providence, R. I. 



Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Killed in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. 

Assigned to Company October 20, 1917 



Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. 

.'\ssigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
ofFensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 14. 1918. at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 15, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 3, 1917. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action. General Order No. 1, Headquarters 164th 
Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. 
Assigned to Company November 14, 1917. 



Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. 
Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. 



Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. Prisoner of 
War October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company October 20. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 14, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 3, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 18, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19, 1918. 



Assigned tu Company April 24, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 11. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 10, 1918. at Cornay. Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 19. 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Anthony Valentine, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Luis Virginia, 

Pennsylvania. 



John Wall. 



Albert M. Waters, 

West Newton, 



Anthony Waluda. 



Stanislaw Wieczorek, 

New London, Conn. 



Oscar L. Wernhoff, 

Agawan, Mass. 

Stefan Witecki, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Francis W. Welch. 

Felix Wixey, 

Peacock, Ala. 

John H. Wescott. 
Robert Whitworth. 

Joseph Woboli, 



Philip Yeomans, 

Statenville, Ga. 

Howard Young. 



Assigned to Company November 5, 1917. 



Assigned to Company October 17, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Comay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 15, 1918. Transferred. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 20. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Gassed in action 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 18, 1918, at Sommerance, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 23, 1918. 



Carrol B. Zeigler, 



Georgia. 



Assigned to Company April 3. 1918. 



Assigned to Company January 17, 1919. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Transferred 
September 12, 1918. 

Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. Gassed in action 
October 11, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 
Evacuated to hospital. Rejoined Company March 17, 1919. 

Assigned to Company April 24, 1919. Prisoner of War 
October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Assigned to Company April 13, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres-St. .Mihiel 
offensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company November 11. 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 19, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 8, 1918, at Cornay, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company April 19. 1918. Gassed in action 
September 15, 1918, at Norroy, Vandieres offensive. Evac- 
uated to hospital. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William Dunne. 

Braddock, Pa. 

Arthur Fugett, 

Pfeiffer, Ark. 

Henry Joyce, 

Clinton, Mass. 



William Naudascher, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



John Ryan, 



Assigned to Company October 20, 1917. Killed 
tion August 8, 1918, at Bouconville, Toul sector. 

Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



Assigned to Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in 
action October 6. 1918, at Varennes, Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive. Evacuated to hospital. 

Assigned to Company October 17, 1917. Wounded in 
line of duty July 28, 1918, at Bouconville, Toul secloi. 
Evacuated to hospital. 



Kingsley, Iowa. 



Assigned to Company November 8, 1918. 



ROSTER OF COMPANY K, 328TH INFANTRY 



Blandy B. Clarkson, 

Milboro, Va. 



Harold C. Hutchens, 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 



CAPTAIlSrS 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company September 5, 1917. Commanding Company from 
September 5, 1917, untO October 8, 1918. Commanding 
3rd Battalion from October 8, 1918, until October 18, 1918. 
when he was evacuated to hospital. During the St. Mihiel 
and Meuse-Argonne offensives this officer showed fine ex- 
amples of bravery, leadership and devotion to duty re- 
gardless of his own personal safety. Received Divisional 
citation on General Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, dated January 13, 1919. 

Assigned to Company December 1, 1918. Was in com- 
mand of Company from December 1, 1918, until February 
25, 1919, when he was relieved from assignment to com- 
pany and transferred to School Detachment, University of 
Toulouse, France. 



Oscar H. Beasley, 

Washington, D. C. 



Carl W. Berry, 

Sioux Falls, S. 



George Bowersox, 

Purdue, Ind. 



FlEST LlEUTE^^iNTS 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 27, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 1, 1917. Transferred to the 
United States for duty in August, 1918. 

Assigned to Company November 18, 1918. Commanding 
Company from November 18, 1918, until December 1, 1918, 
and again from February 25, 1919, until March 5. 1919. 
Relieved from assignment to Company and transferred to 
Company M of Regiment March 5, 1919. 

.■\ssigned to Company November 8, 1918. Commanding 
Company from November 8, 1918, until November 18, 1918. 
Relieved from assignment to Company and transferred to 
School Detachment, University of Toulous, France, Feb- 
ruary 25, 1919. 



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375 



Burke Hood, 



Cutlibert, Ga. 



William F. Enneking, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



William K. Merritt, 

Tuskegee, Ale 



Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. As- 
signed to Company November 8, 1918, commanding Com- 
pany from March 5, 1919, until the present date. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917. Commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. During the St. jNIiluel of- 
fensive this officer displayed great coolness and bravery in 
leading his platoon forward. Receired Division citation 
on General Order No. 1. Headquarters 82nd Division, 
dated January 13, 1919. Relieved from assignment to 
Company and transferred to Regimental Headquarters 
September 18, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5. 1917. Commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Relieved from assignment 
to Company and transferred to Regimental Headquarters 
June 1, 1918. 



Larry W. Smith, 

Watkinsville, Ga. 



Luther H. Waller, 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Frank B. Haines, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Frank A. Johnson, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



Oscar W. McNeely, 

Asheville, N. C. 



Second Lieutexants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5. 1917. This officer par- 
ticipated in both the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive, showing' splendid leadership and coolness under 
fire. Later relieved from assignment to Company and 
transferred to Division Headquarters in October. 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15. 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 5, 1917, commanding Com- 
pany from October 8, 1918, until October 9, 1918. Wound- 
ed by machine gun bullet on October 9, 1918, near Cor- 
nay, France, and was evacuated to hospital. All during 
the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives this officer showed 
on several occasions his coolness under fire and his de- 
votion to duty. Received Division citation on General Or- 
der No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, dated January 13. 
1919. 

Assigned to Company September, 1918, commanding 
Company from October 9. 1918, until October 12. 1918. 
During the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives this 
officer led his platoon forward, showing splendid leader- 
ship while under fire. On October 12, 1918, he was 
wounded by a machine gun bullet near the to^vn of La 
Forge, France, and evacuated to hospital the same day. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 5, 1918. Re- 
lieved from assignment to 3rd Battalion Headquarters and 
assigned to Company K of Regiment March 6, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 25, 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 8, 1918. 



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David 0. Sheckley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant September 25, 1918. As- 
signed to Company October 10, 1918, commanding Com- 
pany from October 10, 1918, until November 8, 1918. This 
Lieutenant while in command of the Company in the 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, did on several occasions show 
fine examples of leadership and coohiess under fire. 



John B. Pierceall, 

Mayfield, Ky. 



William R. Fulwider, 

Bristol, Tenn. 



First Sergeants 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant September 15, 1917. Attended 2nd Ofificers' 
Training School at Camp Gordon, Ga. Being a successful 
candidate he later received his commission as 2nd Lieuten- 
ant in July, 1918, and was then transferred to the 2nd Di- 
vision, U. S. Army, A. E. P., France. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant R. S. 0. No. 23, October 15, 1917, and later on 
15th of July, 1918, he was appointed 1st Sergeant on 
Company Order No. 15. Attended 4th Officers' Training 
School at Langres, France, and finished this school as a 
successful candidate. He was not commissioned a 2nd 
Lieutenant on account of the war coming to an end. This 
Sergeant took part in the St. Mihiel offensive and showed 
great coolness and devotion to duty while under fire. 



Benjamin F. Williamson, 
Lizella, Ga 



Mess Sergeant 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 15, 1917. per S. 0. No. 23, and later ap- 
pointed Mess Sergeant on Company Order No. 2, dated 
February 1, 1918. In the St. Mihiel offensive this Ser- 
geant showed fine examples of coolness under fire while 
having food prepared for the men in the line. From Oc- 
tober 6, 1918, until October 31, 1918, in the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive, the Sergeant showed on several occa- 
sions his coolness under fire and his devotion to duty in 
continuing to work day and night in operating his kitchen, 
while being under fire many times. After several other 
kitchens in the Battalion had been destroyed by enemy 
fire this Sergeant managed to make up the deficiency by 
operating his kitchen to its fullest capacity. 



Charles J. Eagar, 

Chattanooga, 



Edward L. Healey, 

Chicago, II 



Supply Sergeants 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. Was transferred 
from Company L of Regiment to Company K of Regi- 
ment on February 12, 1919. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Supply 
Sergeant October 15, 1917. Attended 2nd Officers' Train- 
ing School at Camp Gordon, Ga., and finished as a sue 
cessful candidate and later in July, 1918, he was com- 
missioned a 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to 2nd Di- 
vision, A. E. F. 



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Hugh F. Brennan, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Julius Bodendorf, 

Westfield, Mass. 



Samuel Cottrill, 

Braddock, Pa. 



Elmer L. Eaton, 

Fitcliburg, Mass. 



'illiam J. Farrell, 

Beaverdale, Pa. 



John Fiengo, 

New Haven, Conn. 



John Hannan, 

Newton, Mass. 



Seegeaxts 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
in July. 1918. This Sergeant participated in the St. 
Mihiel and later in the Meuse-Argonne offensives, where 
he was acting 1st Sergeant. He showed fine examples of 
bravery and devotion to duty. After being wounded by 
shrapnel on October 10, 1918, near the town of Cornay, 
he remained with the Company for two days thereafter. 
His wound finally forced his evacuation. Sent to hospital 
October 12, 1918, and later returned to Company on De- 
cember 24, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant November 15, 1917, per S. O. No. 36. Sick in hos- 
pital from August 15, 1918, until January 1, 1919, which 
date he reported back to Company. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
November 15. 1917. Transferred from Company to the 
United States for duty in July, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 15, 1918, per S. O. No. 10. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal April 1, 1918, per S. 0. No. 46. Par- 
ticipated in both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives 
and after left in command of his platoon, led his men 
with fine examples of leadership and coolness under fire. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15. 1917, per S. 0. No. 36. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal December 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 51. This 
Sergeant participated in the St. Mihiel and later in the 
Meuse-Argonne offensives, where he was Platoon Sergeant, 
showing fine examples of bravery and devotion to duty. 
On October 10, 1918, after being wounded by shrapnel 
and captured by the enemy, he managed to work his way 
back to his own lines, where, upon his arrival, he was 
evacuated to hospital. Returned from hospital to Com- 
pany January 23, 1919. 

Joined Company February 12. 1919, being transferred 
to this Company from Company F of Regiment. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
November 15, 1917, per S. O. No. 36. Attended 4th Offi- 
cers' Training School at Langres, France, and finished 
this school as a successful candidate. He was not com- 
missioned a 2nd Lieutenant on account of the war coming 
to an end. This Sergeant fought in the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive and led his platoon forward with exceptional cool- 



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William J. Hayes, 

Lynn, Mass. 



George W. Jarvis, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Samuel Krinsky, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Charles Miller, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Herbert M. Morrett, 

Muncie, Ind. 



John L. Pineault, 

Salem, Mass. 



George Quinlan, 

New York City, N. Y. 



WiLLUM H. Shea, 

North Adams, Mass. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Class Private December 15, 1917, Company Order No. 5. 
Appointed jNIechanic February 15, 1918, Company Order 
No. 8. Appointed Corporal from Mechanic March 1, 1918, 
per S. 0. No. 31. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal Au- 
gust 22. 1918. Was present with the Company during the 
St. Mihiel offensive, showing great courage and leader- 
ship up until he was taken sick and sent to hospital, 
which was October 5. 1918. Returned from hospital No- 
vember 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 1, 1918, S. 0. No. 10. Appointed Sergeant 
April 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 63. This Sergeant took part 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and showed great courage and 
devotion to duty. Was gassed in action on October 9, 
1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Returned 
from hospital November 26, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant December 15, 
1917. Attended the 2nd Officers' Training School and 
finished this school as a successful candidate and received 
commission as 2nd Lieutenant in July, 1918. He was 
then transferred to the 35th Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
in July, 1918. This Sergeant took part in the St. Mihiel 
offensive and showed fine courage and leadership. Dur- 
ing the Meuse-Argonne offensive he was wounded by shrap- 
nel near Cornay, France, on October 8, 1918. Evacuated 
to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. as a replacement to 
this Company from the 38th Division. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917. Participated in the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive, fulfilling his duties faithfully at all 
times. Appointed Sergeant from Corporal March 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 51. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal January 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 10. This 
Sergeant participated in the St. Mihiel offensive and al- 
ways fulfilled his duties faithfully. Was taken sick Oc- 
tober 3, 1918, and sent to hospital. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Class Private December 15, 1917, per C. 0. No. 5. Ap- 
pointed Corporal February 16, 1918, per S. 0. No. 28. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant from Corporal March 1, 1918, per S. O. 
No. 31. Displayed great courag3 and leadership during 
the St. Mihiel drive and also in the Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive, until he was taken sick on October 13, 1918, and 
sent to hospital. Returning to his Company again No- 
vember 1, 1918. 



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Herbert E. Swarts, 

Blairsville, 



Frank L. Titsworth, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



David Towsley, 

Williamstown, Mass. 



Earl B. Ware, 

Plymouth, Mass. 



Eugene L. Weston, 

Winchendon, Mass. 



Richard R. White, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
November 15, 1917. Attended the 3rd Oificers' Training 
School and being a successful candidate he was commis- 
sioned 2nd Lieutenant and was transferred to the 77th Di- 
vision. 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant October 15, 1917. This Sergeant participated in the 
St. .Mihiel offensive and showed great courage and de- 
votion to duty. He was gassed in action on October 15, 
1918, during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, and sent to 
hospital. Returned from hospital December 24, 1918. 
Transferred to School Detachment University of Marseilles 
on February 25, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 15, 1918, S. 0. No. 10. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal, per S. O. No. 63. This Sergeant partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and showed great cour- 
age and leadership. Wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 
1918. near the town of Comay, France, during the Meuse- 
Argonne drive. Evacuated to hospital October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917, per S. O. No. 51. Appointed 
Sergeant from Corporal April 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 63. 
This Sergeant took part in the St. Mihiel drive and later 
m the Meuse-Argonne, where he was wounded by shrap- 
nel on October 8, 1918, near the town of Cornay, France, 
and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 36. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal December 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 51. This 
Sergeant participated in both the St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne offensives and showed great courage and leader- 
ship snd also devotion to duty all during the drives. 

Joined Company as Sergeant April 1, 1918, being trans- 
ferred to this Company from 2nd Officers' Training School. 
This Sergeant being a successful candidate was commis- 
sioned 2nd Lieutenant in July, 1918, and was then trans- 
ferred to 35th Division. A. E. F. 



Claude L. Barton, 

Hodgdon, Maine. 



Adelard Blanch ette, 

Harrisville, R. I. 



COEPOEALS 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 1st Class 
Private December 15, 1917, C. 0. No. 5. Appointed Cor- 
poral June 7, 1918, S. O. No. 72. Soldier accidentally 
shooting himself in foot and was evacuated to hospital on 
August 25, 1918. Returned to Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed 1st Class 
Private, per C. O. No. 6, January 15, 1918. Participated 
in the St. MUiiel drive and on October 3. 1918, was sent 
sick to hospital and later returned November 3, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal December 1, 1918. 



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Leo Bourdeau, 

Adams, Mass. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917, per C. 0. No. 5. Appointed 
Corporal January 1, 1918, per S. 0. No. 10. Participated 
in both the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. Was sent to 
hospital October 15, 1918, returning to Company sometime 
latei. 



Ralph Cifarelli, 

Corona, L. I. 



John S. Conner. 



Stilson, Ga. 



John Correa, 

Fall River, Me 



Henry J. Corrigan. 

Salem, Me 



William J. Creenan, Jr., 
Philadelphia, 1 



Artie A. Daniels, 

Georgetown, Texas. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Participated in 
both the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919, per S. O. No. 31. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne drives. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919, per S. 0. No. 31. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 8. During the St. 
Mihiel offensive this soldier was wounded September 15, 
1918, near the town of Vandieres, France, by shrapnel. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 1, 1918. Killed in action by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, near Vandieres, France. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 12, 1917, per C. O. No. 5. Appointed 
Corporal June 7, 1918, per S. 0. No. 72. Wounded in 
action September 15, 1918, by shrapnel near the town of 
Vandieres, France, during the St. Mihiel offensive and 
was evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
April 15. 1918, per S. 0. No. 63. Wounded by shrapnel 
on .September 15, 1918, near Vandieres, France, during 
the St. Mihiel offensive, and was on the same day evac- 
uated to the hospital, sometime later returning to Com- 



Arthur W. Desnoyer, 

Fall River, Mass. 



James P. Dobbins, 

Philadelphi, 



George S. Dooling, 

Somerville, Mass. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 51. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel and later in the Argonne drive till Oc- 
tober 8, 1918, when he was sent sick to hospital. Re- 
turned to Company November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 36, taking part in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 10, 1918, 
near Comay, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral December 15, 1917, per S. O. No. 51. During the 
St. Mihiel offensive this Corporal was severely wounded 
by shrapnel on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France, 
and was the same day evacuated to hospital. 



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381 



John A. Ed, 

Pine City, Minn. 



Stephen W. Forgas, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Dewitt Gardner. 

Sparta, III. 

Clarence W. George, 

Muncie, Ind. 

Samuel Goldberg, 

New York City, N. Y. 

William M. Grumbles, 

Cedar Valley, Texas. 



Mark W. Haller, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Harold Hanson, 

Cedar Valley, Texas. 



Newnan B. Hicks, 



Texas 



John E. Hogan, 

Mittineague, Mass. 



Carl M. Holdrqdge, 

Athol, Mass. 



Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 1, 1918, C. O. No. 12. Appointed 
Corporal February 15. 1918. per S. O. No. 31. This Cor- 
poral participated in both the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensives. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1917, per S. 0. No, 36, Took part in the 
St. Mihiel drive and later in the Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 10, 1918, 
near the town of Cornay, and was the same day evacuated 
to hospital. Returned back to Company from hospital No- 
vember 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917, Appointed Corporal 
December 15, 1917, Participated in the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive and was sent sick to hospital September 15, 1918, 

Joined Company April 5, 1918, Appointed Corporal 
June 1, 1918, Participated in the St, Mihiel offensive and 
later in the Argonne drive, where he was wounded by 
shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near Cornay, and was evac- 
uated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral, per S. O. No. 31, February 15, 1918, 

Joined Company April 7, 1918, Appointed Corporal 
April 19, 1918, per S, 0. No. 63. Participated in the St, 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel near the town of 
Cornay, on October 8, 1918, and evacuated to hospital 
same date. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918, Appointed Corporal 
June 1, 1918, per S, O, No, 72, Participated in the St, 
Mihiel offensive and was later on the 6th day of October 
sent sick to hospital, returning again to Company No- 
vember 1, 1918. Sent sick to hospital again on November 
22, 1918. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917, Appointed Corporal 
April 15, 1918, per S, O, No, 63, participating in both 
the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne drives. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917, Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1917, C. O, No, 5, Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class January 1, 1918, per S, O, 
No, 10, Took part in the St, Mihiel oflfensive and later 
in the Meuse-,\rgonne drive. He was gassed in action 
near Cornay on October 8, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital same day. 



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George L. Jacobs, 

Westfield, Mass. 

Gordon M. Johnson, 

Allison, Iowa. 

John J. Jones, 

Pearl, Ky. 

Joseph M. Jones, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Aaron Keith, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Henry W. Kelley, 

Eddington, Me. 



William J. Kelly, 

Troy, N. Y. 



Alexander Krawitz, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Frank C. Littlefield, 

Winterport, Me. 



Arthur E. Maron, 

Dolliver, Iowa. 



George McKnight, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Participated in 
both the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives and was appointed 
Corporal November 25, 1918. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
June 1, 1918, per S. O. No. 72, participating in both the 
St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. Was transferred 
from Machine Gun Company of Regiment. 

■ Joined Company April 19. 1918. Participated in both 
the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives. Appointed 
Corporal on November 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private December 15, 1917, C. 0. No. 5. 
Appointed Corporal from Private 1st Class January 15, 
1918, per S. 0. No. 10. Participated in the St. Mihiel and 
later in the Argonne drive, where he was wounded by 
shrapnel near Cornay on October 8, 1918, and evacuated to 
hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 17, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15. 1917. per C. O. No. 5. Took 
part in both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives and 
was on November 7, 1918. sent sick to hospital and re- 
turned later on November 21. Appointed Corporal Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919, per S. O. No. 31. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 15, 1917. per S. O. No. 36. Took part 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne drive, where he was gassed in action near Cornay. 
on October 9, 1918, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1918, per C. 0. No. 5. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where in the town of Cornay. France, after being 
captured by the enemy, escaped by jumping from a win- 
dow and made his way back to the American lines 
through a barrage from the enemy. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
Meuse-.'Vrgonne offensive and later on October 31, 1918. 
was sent sick to hospital. Returned from hospital to 
Company December 22, 1918. Appointed Corporal March 
1, 1919, per S. O. No. 56. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
February 15, 1919. Participated in the St. Mihiel and 
Argonne drives, leading his squad in a splendid manner 
at all times. 



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Lawrence W. Mongue. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



John Mooney, 



Revere, Mass. 



Lancelot Rhodes, 

Muncie, Ind. 

Harry Rozefsky. 

Worcester, Mass. 



John Schwertfeger, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Ward B. Scripture, 

Milo, Me. 



Francis J. Sheridan, 

Adams, Mass. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
January 1, IQIS. Participated in the St. Mihiel offensive 
and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, where he was killed 
in action by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near the town 
of Cornay, France. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 15, 1917, S. 0. No. 36. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was killed by shell fire on October 8, 
1918, near the town of Cornay, France. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, 
the 82nd Division. 



a replacement to 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
December 15. 1917, per S. O. No. 51. This Corporal par- 
ticipated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Ar- 
gonne drive. He was acting as Supply Sergeant, and on 
October 30, 1918, he had delivered rations to his Com- 
pany in the line and while on his way back to the Supply 
Company he was severely wounded by shrapnel and evac- 
uated to the hospital, where he died in a few days. 

Joined Company November 16. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel near Cornay on Octo- 
ber 9. 1918, and was evacuated to hospital. Returned 
from hospital December 2. 1918. 

Joined Company January 25, 1918. Participated in the 
St. ^Mihiel offensive as acting Water Corporal, fulfilling 
his duties faithfully at all times. Sick in hospital October 
6, 1918. Returned from hospital November 7, 1918. Ap- 
pointed Corporal February 15. 1919, per S. O. No. 31. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri 
vate 1st Class December 15. 1918. per C. O. No. 5. Ap- 
pointed Corporal January 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 10. Par- 
ticipated in the St. Mihiel offensive and was sent to hos 
pital sick on October 3, 1918. Returned from hospi 
November 2, 1918. 



Ralph Shoemaker, 

Eaton, Ind. 



Harold K. Snyder. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Perry W. Stowe, 

San Antonio, Te.xas. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, as a replacement 
to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
November 15, 1917, per S. 0. No. 36. Sent sick to hos- 
pital August 24, 1918, returning again on October 6, 1918. 
Participated in the Meuse-Argonne offensive as Company 
Clerk. 

Joined Company November 1. 1918. as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. Appointed Corporal February 15, 
1918. 



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Frank Vyskocial, 

West Springfield, Mass. 



John A. Watters. 



Holyoke, Mas 



Robert C. Wiggins, 

Shelbyville, Tenn. 



Edwin S. Williams. 

Philadelphia, 



Joseph T. Willis, 

Tarrytown, Ga. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near the town of Cornay. and was evacuated to hospital 
same day. Appointed Corporal February 18, 1919, per 
S. 0. No. 31. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918, C. O. No. 8. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 4, 1918, per S. 0. No. 63. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel severely on October 7, 1918, 
near Cornay and was the same day evacuated to hospital, 
and died of wounds a few days later. 

Joined Company September 9, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1. 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel 
offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive. Appoint- 
ed Corporal February 15, 1919, per S. 0. No. 31. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
in August. 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel offensive, 
where on September 16, 1918, he was killed in action by 
machine gun fire near the town of Norroy. 

Joined Company September 9, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1918, per S. 0. No. 31. 



George E. Adams, 

Washington, D. C. 



Wilber a. Brown, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Hermes D. Clayton, 

Washington, D. C. 



Ira S. Holden, 

Mountain Rest, S. C. 



Niele 0. Madsen, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Cook 
November 15, 1917, C. 0. No. 3. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel and Argonne offensives, preparing meals and serv- 
ing Company faithfully at all times. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives, preparing meals and 
serving Company faithfully at all times. Appointed Cook 
from Private 1st Class February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 18. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Cook 
November 15. 1917, C. O. No. 3. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel and Argonne offensives, preparing meals and serv- 
ing Company faithfully at all times. 

Joined Company September 9, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Cook November 1, 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel 
and Argonne offensives, preparing and serving meals to 
Company faithfully at all times. Divisional citation on 
General Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, dated 
January 13, 1919. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Cook 
November 15, 1917. Participated in the St. Mihiel and 
Argonne drives, preparing meals and serving Company 
faithfully at all times. 



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Francis Q. Carr, 

Washington, D. C. 



Victor P. Grabis, 

Washington, D. C. 



Fermon N. Greer, 

Martin, Ga. 



William F. Layfield, 

Hardwick, Ga. 



Mechaxics 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
November 15, 1917. Participated in the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive. Sent sick to hospital some time during the 
Meuse-Argonne offensive. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
November 15, 1917. Participated in the St. Mihiel of- 
fensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel near Norroy 
on September 18, 1918, and evacuated to hospital same 
date. Returned from hospital December 18. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
82nd Division. 



John Gorman, 

Springfield, Mas 



Albert E. May, 



Darby, Pa. 



Edward D. E. Hoffm.a.n, 
Chicago, ] 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near the town of Comay, and was evacuated to the hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company 0ctol)er 22, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was gassed in action on October 15, 1918, near Sommer- 
ance. and was evacuated to hospital. Returned from hos- 
pital January 1, 1919, and was transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company of Regiment same date. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



William J. Adams, 

Three Rivers, Mass. 



Edgar Adams, 

Nantucket, Mas 



George Anderson, 



Texas. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 6. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel and also the Meuse-Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and was wounded by shrapnel 
near Norroy, France, on September 15. 1918. Evacuated 
to hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918, C. O. No. 12. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was killed by shell fire on October 8. 1918. near 
the town of Comay, France. 



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DOMINICK BaRNAO, 

New York City, N. Y. 



H.^rold H. Barter, 

West Somerville, Mass. 



Paul Baszinchas, 

Arnold Citv. 



Hyman Becelman, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Henry J. Bellerive, 

Fall River, Mass. 



WiT.T.TAM A. RODEN, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Matthew Bonafede, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Paul Bourgault, 

Salem, Mass. 



Louis A. Bousquett, 

Fall River, Mass. 

Frank Bingham, 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was wonnded by shrapnel on October 8. 1918. 
near Cornay. France, and was evacuated to hospital same 
date. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1918, C. O. No. 8. Took part 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 
1918, near Cornay, France, and evacuated to hospital same 
date. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1917, C. 0. No. 5. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 
1918. near Comay, France, and was evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 10. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 10, 
1918, near La Forge. France, and was evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1918, per C. O. No. 8. Par- 
ticipated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the 
Meuse-Argonne drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on October 8, 1918, near Cornay, France, and was evac- 
uated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 1. 1918, per C. 0. No. 6. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel drive as Battalion runner. Duty to sick 
in hospital October 2, 1918, where he died later on Octo- 
ber 6, 1918. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel and machine 
gun bullets on October 10, 1918, in Cornay, France. Was 
evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, per C. O. No. 12. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was killed by shell fire on October 8, 1918, 
near the town of Cornay, France. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. 

Joined Company some time in July, 1918. Sent sick 
to hospital September 10, 1918. 



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Alonzo L. Brackett, 

New Harbor, Conn. 



Fred M. Britt. 

Athol. Mass. 

David Brooks, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Chester Brown, 

Winchendon, Mass. 



Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class April 15, 1918, O. No. 10. Participated in 
tlie St. Mihiel offensive and later in the .-^rgonne drive, 
where he was gassed in action on October 13, 1918, near 
La Forge, France. Was evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later on the 7th of October was 
sent sick to hospital. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15. 1917, C. O. No. 5. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and was wounded by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, near Vandieres and was evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918. C. O. No. 6. Took part 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 9. 
1918. near Comay. France. Evacuated to hospital same 
day. 



TOMMIE BuRCHFIELD, 

Plattsburg, Miss. 

Francis Burbank, 

Indian Orchard, Mass. 



Lucius Burge, 

Tyler, Ark. 

Ernest A. Burt, 

Westfield, Mass. 



Walter N. Burtz, 

New Holland, Ga. 



Anthony Burdilauskas, 

Ansonia, Conn. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918. C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-.\rgonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 7. 
1918. near Comay, France. 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 



1918. as replacement to 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the .\rgonne drive, where 
he was captured by the enemy on October 13, 1918, in 
Cornay, France. After the Armistice was signed he was 
released from the German prison camp and returned to 
duty with Company on January 12. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded on October 10, 1918. by shrapnel 
in Cornay, France. Was evacuated to hospital same day 
and later died on October 11, 1918. 



John F. Buseck, 

Bleecker, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 6. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 
1918, near Cornay, France, and evacuated to hospital. 



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Frank E. Butts, 

Plymouth, Mass. 



William Cain, 

Long Island City, N. Y. 



Charles B. Camp, 

Ratliff, Miss. 

Thomas Campbell. 

Rigby, Idaho. 

Johan W. Carlson, 

Palmer, Mass. 



Amello Carrano, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 6. Took part 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where on October 13, 1918, he was wounded by shrapnel 
near La Forge, France, and evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive, fulfilling his duties faithfully at all times. 



1918, as replacement to 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918. C. 0. No. 12. Participated 
in both the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Miliiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrap- 
nel on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France. Evac- 
uated to hospital same date, returning from hospital De- 
cember 14, 1918. 



Mahlon G. Casteel, 

Laclede, Mo. 



Lewis Cestone, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Harry Chertoff, 

New York City, N. .Y 



Joseph Ciekielski, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Dominick Clamacco, 

Dunbar, Pa. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class' January 15, 1918, C. O. No. 6. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where on October 13, 1918, he was wounded by shrapnel 
near La Forge. Evacuated to hospital and returning again 
from hospital on November 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive in September, 1918. Sent sick to 
hospital October 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where on October 9, 1918, he was wounded by shrapnel 
near Cornay, France. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel on July 5, 1918, at Xzvra, France, Toul Sec- 



Alexander Cook, 

Long Island City, N. Y. 



Ellis M. Cook, 

Vincennes, Ind. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 
where he was gassed in action on October 7, 1918, near 
Cornay, France. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company June 24. 1918. Sent sick to hospital in 
August. 1918. and returned to Company again on January 
8, 1919. 



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Stefano Cornacchia, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 



Lorenzo Cordaro, 

New York, N. Y. 



Louis Czerniejewski, 

Nc^^' York City , N. Y. 



Hysel R. Costerison, 

Hartford City, Ind. 

John J. Cummings, 

Chicago, 111. 

Francis E. Daly, 

Thorndyke, Mass. 



Michael F. Daly, 

Newton Center, Mass. 



John F. De Rouche, 



Bangor, Maine. 



LuiGi DiBattista, 

Riverton, III. 



John DiGrammettom. 
Philadelphia, 



'ILLIAM M. DiGGlNS, 

Manchester, Mass. 



Michael F. Doyle, 

North Attleboro, Mass. 



Joined Company November 17. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive in September, 1918, and was sent 
sick to hospital October 5, 1918, returning to Company 
again on December 14, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1. 1917. Sent sick to hos- 
pital in August, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. Participated in the 

St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 

he was killed in action on October 8, 1918. by shell fire 
near Cornay, France. 



Joined Com] 
82nd Division. 



any November 8, 1918. as replacement to 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918. C. 0. No. 6. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay, France. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 1, 1918, per C. O. No. 6. Par- 
ticipated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the 
Meuse-Argonne drive. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel 
offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he was 
killed by shell fire on October 8. 1918. near Cornay. 
France. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel 
offensive and later in the Argonne drive, fulfilling his du- 
ties faithfully at all times. Divisional citation on General 
Order No. 1. Headquarters 82nd Division dated January 
13, 1919. 

Joined Company Jiuie 10, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded in action 
by shrapnel on September 15, 1918, and evacuated to hos- 
pital. Returned to Company again on December 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15. 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was gassed in action on October 7. 1918. and 
evacuated to hospital same date. 



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Michael J. Dunleavy, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Arthur Engals, 

East Moline, l\ 



Albert H. Entelman, Jr., 
Savannah, Ga. 



Thomas P. Farrell, 

Fitchbura;, Mass. 



Basilio Fasolo, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 



Bronislaus Felckowski, 

Unknown. 



GuiSEPPE Feliciani, 

Marcus Hook, Pa. 

ViNCENZO F'emia. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Raymond P. Foley, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Clarence R. Foreman, 

Peru, Ind. 

George F. Fuller, 

Manito, 111. 

Harry Fullerton, 

Fairfax, Minn. 



Nathan Fox, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Adelard Gagne, 

Berlin, New Hampshire. 

Frank M. Gavan, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. Here he 
vfas accounted for as missing in action, but later it was 
found that he was in Base Hospital. Retirrned from hos- 
pital to Company again on January 1, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on September 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 13, 1918. Sent sick to hos- 
pital June 30. 1918. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive, where on September 15, 1918, he 
was wounded by shrapnel near Norroy. Evacuated to hos- 
pital same date. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near 
Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in both 
the St. Mihiel offensive and the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was kOled in action by 
shrapnel on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 7. 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. Sent 
sick to hospital on October 18, 1918. Returned from hos- 
pital again on December 19, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on September 15. 1918, near Norroy, France. Evacuated 
to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 19. 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, fulfilling his duties faithfully at all 
times. Sent sick to hospital on October 8, 1918, and died 
in hospital later on October 8, 1918, at AUeray, France. 



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Leon H. Galiano. 

Hull, Mass. 



Carl Gaulthier, 

Lancing, Iowa. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrap- 
nel on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France. Evac- 
uated to hospital the same day. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. Appointed Private 1st Class February 
15. 1918. 



John Genayttes. 

Fultonville, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 17. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Meuse-Argonne 
drive. 



Ernest P. Gendreau, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John P. Gesinski. 

Chicago, 111. 

Ratal Girczyc, 

Newburyport, Conn. 



Sam Goldberg, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Harry Goldberg, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Melvin S. Glass, 

Colesburg, Iowa. 



August A. Gogele, 

Peoria, 



George Golden, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



JuEN I. Gonzales, 

Chrono, Colo. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. France. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class on November 1, 
1918, as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was wounded by shrapnel on October 8. 1918, near Cor- 
nay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive. Later on October 1. 1918, he 
was sent sick to hospital. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded on October 8. 1918, by shrapnel 
near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 



Joined Company 
the 82nd Division. 



-1, 1918. as replacement 



Joined Company November 1, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was captured by the enemy on October 10. 1918, 
at Cornay. After the Armistice on November 11, 1918, he 
was released from German prison camp and returned lo 
Company November 27, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



Cecil G. Goodbar, 

Collierstown, Va. 



Arvil Graves, 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



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Antonio Grecco, 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Fr.\nk Graf, 



Jersey City, N. J. 



Holly Green, 

Wichita Falls, Texas. 

John Grimesley, 

Kindsville, Fla. 

Louis E. Griot, 

Waterloo, HI. 

Peter Greenbeck, 

Chicago, ni. 

Morris Greenberg, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Cleveland G. Gresham, 

Lipan, Texas. 

Thomas Grimes, 

Witt, 111. 

John Guilemette, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Perry A. Gully, 

Lafayette, Tenn. 

John H. Gustafson, 

Republic, Mich. 

Garwin M. Haas, 

Reason, 111. 

Renjamin F. Haberski, 

Rrooklyn, N. Y. 



Mathew Hahn, 



Unknown. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Ar- 
gonne drive, where he was sent sick to hospital on Octo- 
ber 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, per C. 0. No. 12. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded 
by shrapnel on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, and 
sent to hospital same date. Returned again in the latter 
part of September. Took part in the Argonne drive and 
was killed in action by shell fire on October 8, 1918, near 
Cornay, France. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 1, 1918, 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in September he was sent 
sick to hospital. Returned to Company December 13, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 1, 1918, 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November ]5, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 
where he was sent sick to hospital on October 13, 1918. 
Returned sometime later to the Company. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 8. 1918. 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was there wounded by shrapnel 
on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France. Evacuated 
to hospital same date. 

Joined Company April 7. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918, per C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on September 15, 1918, near Norroy, France. Evacuated 
to hospital same day. 



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393 



James D. Hall, 



Dewey D. Hall, 

Albert Lee, Minn. 

Jesse E. Hammack, 

Xenia, HI. 

Ralph L. Hanley, 

Galesville, HI. 

Dean L. Harbert, 

Stanford, HI. 

Edward Harper, 

Penfield, HI. 

Carl S. Harrington, 

Mincie, 111. 

Maron a. Hathway, 

Readsboro, Vermont. 

Richard D. Hattaway, 

Dudley, Ga. 

Paul W. Haus, 

Charles City, Iowa. 

Howard E. Hawkens, 

Kankakee, 111. 

WiLLUM C. Heil, 

Dahlgren, 111. 

Claude Hill, 

Chandler, Okla. 

Garland W. Hite, 

East Radford, Va. 

Virgil T. Hobbs, 

Tarver, Ga. 



Fred M. Hoehn, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Walter S. Holmes, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Henry J. Houttekier, 

Detroit, Mich. 

John Howes, 

Bloominsrton, 111. 



Joined Company October 2, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was killed in action by shell fire on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. France. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company as Private 1st Class November 8. 1918, 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later was sent sick to hospital. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

.Joined Company November 8. 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



1918. as replacement to 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded on October 7, 1918, by shrapnel near 
Cornay, France. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 17. 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was taken sick and sent to the hospital October 
26, 1918. Returned to Company December 22, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
and as replacement to the 82nd Division. 



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Jacob R. Hudson, 

Comanche, Texas. 

William Hurley, 

Shebanche, 111. 

Michael Hutchie, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Earl A. Hutter, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Henry Hartman, 

Unknown. 



John Heaston, 



Unknown. 



Woodford Iseman, 

Amhurst, Va. 

Roy p. Jackson, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Zygmunt Jarosz, 

Salem, Mass. 



Merwin H. Jennings, 

Germantown, JN. Y. 



Vertie Z. Jenkins, 

Collinsville, Tex. 

David 0. Jasmin, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 



Jack C. Jennette, 

Kankakee, 111. 

Arthur Johnson, 

Moline, 111. 

Rolla Johnson, 

Bloomington, 111. 

Wesley E. Johnson, 

Unknown. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was gassed in action on October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 
Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company in July, 1918. Participated in the St. 
■Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was wounded by machine gun fire on October 15, 1918, 
near La Forge. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne, where he was 
gassed in action on October 8. 1918, near Cornay. Evac- 
uated to hospital and returned again to Company on De- 
cember 22, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive in September. 1918. On October 6, 
1918. was sent sick to hospital. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne, where he 
was killed by shell fire on October 8, 1918, near Cornay, 
France. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company FebruaiT 12. 1919. Was transferred to 
this Company from Company L of Regiment as Private 1st 
Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 5. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1. 1918. per C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on September 1.5, 1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hos- 
pital same date. 



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George Jones, 



Pittsburg, 111. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918, 
the 82nd Division as Private 1st Class. 



eplacement to 



Joseph Jones, 



Joliet, 111. 



William S. Jones, 

Pittsburg, 

Gilbert Jordan, 



Harry Joyce, 



Infield, 111. 



Peoria, 111. 



Robert F. Joyner, 

Statesboro, Ga. 



James Juliano, 

Lindenhurst, N. Y. 



George F. Kasper, 

Chicago, 111. 

John M. Kerwin, 

Chicago, 111. 

Maurice Killek, 

Nantucket, Mass. 



John J. Killoren. 

Chicago, 111. 

Mates Kimler, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

John H. Kinel, 

Pine, Texas. 

Lyman H. King. 

Washington, 111. 

Emmitt L. Kirby, 

Waynesboro, Tex. 

Herman Kirchkoff, 

Danville, 111. 

Louis Klekar. 

Texas. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company January 23. 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, per C. O. No. 12. Participated 
in the St. Miliiel offensive, where he was wounded by 
shrapnel on September 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital. 
Returned to Company again on December 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. jMihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near 
Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 



1918, as replacement to 



Joined Company November 1, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15, 1917, C. 0. No. 5. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne 
drive. Sent sick to hospital on October 6, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 



Joined Company November 1. 1918, 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 



Private 1st Class 



Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st 
Class as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 5. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918. C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was killed in action by shell fire on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay, France. 



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George H. Knipe, 

New Harbor, Maine. 



LeRoy Knowles, 

Kankakee, HI. 

Clarence Knutson, 

Michagamme, Mich. 

Abe Kotelov, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joseph Kowalewski, 

Iron River, Mich. 



Vernon C. Kramer, 

Decatur, 



Fred W. Krickhahn, 

Chicago, III. 



Stephan Kubica, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 



Casper Kurtz, 



Dubois, 111. 



Jack Lancaster, 

Mackinaw, 



John Lanzano, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Michael Lavin, 

Chicago, 



Eric B. Lax, 



Hutto, Texas. 



Alexander Lefebore, 

Adams, Mass. 



Solomon J. Levine, 

Westfield, M£ 



Jacob Lipovitz. 

New York City, N. Y. 



1918. as replacement to 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class January 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 6. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 10, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 10, 1918, 
near Cornay, France. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class 
as replacement to the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was killed in action October 15, 1918, near Sommerance, 
France. 

Joined Company in January, 1919. Was transferred to 
Company from the 327th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Participated in the St. 
jNIihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was sent to hospital sick on October 7, 1918. Returned 
again to Company October 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
wheie he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. France. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1918. C. 0. No. 5. Participated 
in both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offe 



Joined Company November 8, 1917. Participated in 
both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. Was gassed 
in action during the Argonne drive on October 7, 1918. 
Evacuated to hospital. Returned again from hospital No- 
vember 4, 1918. 



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397 



WiNFRED B. LiTTLEFIELD, 

North Easton, Mass. 



Charles Lukes, 

Chicago, 111. 



William H. Macauly, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Frank R. Machu, 

Graiiffer, Texas. 



Herbert L. Mackey, 

Salem, Mass. 



Manuel L. Maderoa, 

Falmouth, Mass. 



James J. Madigan, 

Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Malasky, 

Peachstone, Pa. 

Michael F. Maloney, 

Boston, Mass. 

Guadalupe Martinez, 

Albuquerque, New Mex. 

DoMiNiCK Marino, 

Cambridge, Mass. 



EUGENIO MaSCARI, 

Carpendale, Pa. 

Charles Matson, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Charles Madiewsky. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Anthony Mazurkivich, 

Duryea, Pa. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel oflfensive and later in the Argonne, where he 
was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near Cornay, 
France. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as a replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. Ni. 12. Participated in both 
the St. Mihiel and Argonne drives. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15, 1917. C. 0. No. 5. Wounded 
in the Toul Sector near Xezvra, by shrapnel on July 27, 
1913. Participated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later 
in the Argonne drive, where he was wounded by shrapnel 
on October 8, 1918, near Cornay, France. Evacuated to 
hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company January 28, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was gassed in action on October 7, 1918, near 
Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Participated in 
both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded in action by shrapnel on October 
7, 1918, near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was some time later sent sick to 
hospital. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was wounded' by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, and evacuated to hospital same date. 



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Patrick J. Meehan, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Henry J. McCullum, 

Canon, Ga. 



John J. McHugh, 

Driefton, Pa. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel oflfensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was reported missing in action on October 13, 
1918. On January 13, 1919. he reported back to Company 
from hospital. 

Joined Company November 1. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



Joined Company November. 
the 82nd Division. 



1918. as replacement to 



Henry McIntyre, 

Boston, Mass. 

Joseph Mikenas, 



Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Edward W. Moore, 

Unknown. 



John Morelli, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



James Mullen, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Martin J. Mullaly, 

South Lancaster, Mass. 

Mathew T. Nally. 

Conshohocken. Pa. 



Zachery Nicolopoulos, 

Washinffton, D. C. 



Richard Norris, 

Middleboro, Mass. 



Tom Nygrin, 



Unknown. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive, where on September 15, 1918, he 
was killed in action by shell fire near the town of Norroy. 

Joined Company in July, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later on October 4, 1918, he was sent 
sick to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded on Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, by shrapnel near Norroy. 

Joined Company October 19. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, C. O. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was gassed in action on October 7, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Participated in 
both the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1. 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was killed in action by shell fire on October 8, 1918, 
near Comay. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15, 1918. C. O. No. 8. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 15, 1918, 
near Sommerance. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 15. 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and also in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company April 4, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class, per C. O. No. 12, June 1, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near 
Comay. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



399 



William B. Orlowsky, 

Unknown. 



Joseph Otis, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Howard I. Parker, 

Mittineague, Mass. 



Samuel Patterson, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Joseph Perzanowski, 

Unknown. 



Charles Pichini, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Remigio Pighi, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Ernest W. Pockat, 

Marion, Wis. 

Frank J. Prochaska, 

West Springfield, Mass. 



John P. Proetz, 

Lawrence, Mas 



William D. Ray, 

Litchfield, 111. 



Israel Reiskin, 

Washington, D. C. 



Joined Company March 22. 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was killed in action by shell fire 
on September 15. 1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 15. 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Comay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 15. 1918, C. O. No. 8. Partici- 
pated in the Argonne drive and was gassed in action on 
October 8. 1918, near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital 
same day. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where on October 9, 1918, he was missing in action. 

Joined Company March 22, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was reported missing in action. 

Joined Company December 26, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was injured by an accidental fall on October 
10, 1918, near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company March 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was gassed in action on October 10. 1918, near Comay. 
Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 1. 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918. Participated in the Argonne 
offensive. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated in tlie 
St. Mihiel and later in the Argonne drive, where he was 
wounded on October 8, 1918, by shrapnel near Cornay. 
Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. Private 1st Class when transferred. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was captured by the enemy on October 9. 1918, near 
Cornay. Released from German prison camp after the 
Armistice was signed and reported back to Company L 
8, 1919. Transferred to 2nd Battalion 328th In- 
fantry. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Abraham Rejansky, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Harry Reynolds, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joseph Richards, 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Caskill Richardson, 

Kimball, Minn. 

James B. Roach, 

Woodbury, Tenn. 



Floyd Roberts, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Osca B. Reinhold, 

Westfield, Mass. 



Dominick Romano, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Charles E. Ryder, 

Nantucket, Mass. 



Charles F. Sands, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Walter S. Sapp, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Salvatore Scala, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Massimo Scarpone, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company November 10, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the .\rgonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same date. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class January 15, 1918, C. O. No. 5. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and was wounded by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hospital 
same day. Reported back to Company again on March 
21, 1919. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated - 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital .=ame date. Reported 
back to Company March 17, 1919. 

Joine^ Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company February 24. 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was sent sick to hospital on October 3, 1918. 
Reported back to Company March 17, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 12, 1918, 
near La Forge. Evacuated to hospital same day. Returned 
back to Company again on December 12, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15, 1918. C. 0. No. 5. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne 
drive, where he was sent sick to hospital October 3, 1918. 

Joined Company January 25, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 10. 1917. Participated in 
the St. Miliiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 
Appointed Private 1st Class February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive. He was gassed in action on Sep- 
tember 18, 1918, near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same 
day. In the Argonne drive. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



Homer J. Schaeffer, 

Nokomis, 111. 



Phillip Schwartz, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Frederick J. Schad, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Frank Seib, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Edgar P. Shannon, 

Ogdensberg, N. Y. 

William Simmington, 

Athol, Mass. 



WOJYICK SlTANSKl, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bernard Skredsvig, 

Coteau, N. Dakota. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was reported missing in action on October 19. 1918. 
Later reported back to Company from hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



Joined Company November 1. 1918. as 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company July 28, 1918. Was on special duly 
with Supply Company till November 26, 1918. 

Joined Company February 12, 1918. Was transferred as 
Private 1st Class to Company from Headquarters Company 
of Regiment. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Participated in the St. 
.Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was sent sick to hospital on October 10, 1918. Returned 
to Company later on November 19, 1918. 

Joined Company April 4, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hospital 
same date. 



Adam Slapcavage, 

Brydesburg, Phila., Pa. 



Julius Slaustas. 

New York City, N. Y. 



Burr Smith, 

Parksville, N. Y. 



Fred Leroy Smith, 

Langdon, Kans. 



Maxie Smith, 



Ludowici, Ga. 



Charles Smolarz, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Joined Company April 6, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was sent sick to hospital October 28, 1918. Returned to 
Company again on December 22, 1918. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Participated in the St. 
Miliiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was wounded by shrapnel on October 7, 1918, near Cor- 
nay. Evacuated to hospital. Returned to Company again 
on October 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 17. 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. Appointed Private 1st Class February 
15. 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 15, 1918. near 
Sommerance. Evacuated to hospital same date. Returned 
later to Company on November 2, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Harry Sorkin, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Anthony Stachewicz, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Harvey M. Stevens, 

Princeton, Mass. 



Paul Stein, 



Scranton, Pa. 



Joseph Stemplewski, 

New York City, N. Y. 

William Stevenovitch, 

Peaston, Pa. 



Tom H. Strickland, 

Cross Plains, Texas. 



Michael J. Sullivan, 

Greensfield, Mass. 



Arthur W. Swinford, 

Pocahontas, Tenn. 



Terrence Synnitt, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John B. Tavaras. 

Fall River, Mass. 



Robert N. Taylor, 

Rensselaer, N. Y. 



Joined Company January 25, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Miliiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near Cor- 
nay. Evacuated to hospital same date. Returned later to 
Company on November 2, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was reported missing in action and later returned to 
Company from hospital on March 17, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, C. O. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 14, 1918. Evac- 
uated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Sick in hospital frotn 
August until November 1.5. 1918. when he reported back 
to Company. 

Joined Company April 25, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was killed in action by shell fire on October 8, 1918, near 
Cornay. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was wounded by shrapnel on October 10, 1918. Evacuated 
to hospital same day. Returned to Company again some- 
time later. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was later sent sick to hospital on 
October 1. 1918. Returned to Company December 24. 
1918. 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 



1918, as replacement to 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, 
near Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. Returned 
to Company later on December 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was killed in action by shell fire on October 10, 
1918, near Cornay. 

Joined Company November 17. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class December 15. 1917. C. O. No. .5. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne 
drive. 



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403 



Reefaele Teti, 

Haverhill, Mass. 



Adam A. Teveles, 

Chicago, 111. 

George Thomas, 

Township, Iowa. 

John Thompson, 

Chalk Hill, Pa. 



John L. Tiner, 

Waco, Texas. 

Leslie E. Tompkins, 

Dannison, Iowa. 



Texas. 



Boleslaw Tuarozynski, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Homer Tupper, 

Denver, Colo. 

Frank VanDewerker, 

Pleasant Brook, N. Y. 



Carl Vaughn, 

Shrewsbury, Mass. 



Gennaro Vernimi, 



Coral, Ind. 



Joseph Voci, 



Revere, Mass. 



Leon Waddill, 

Ireland, Texas. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, per C. O. No. 12. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne 
drive, where he was reported missing in action and later 
returned to Company from hospital on November 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. as replacement to 
the B2nd Division. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded by shrapnel on October 9, 1918, near 
Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



1918, as replacement to 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 

Joined Company April 12, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne, where he was 
gassed in action on October 20, 1918, near Sommerance. 
Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive, where he was killed in action on 
September 15, 1918, near Norroy. 

Joined Company November 1. 1918. as replacement to 
the H2nd Division. 

Joined Company November 17, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and was later on October 2, 
1918, sent sick to hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where on October 8, 1918, he was wounded by shrapnel 
and captured by the enemy near Comay. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class June 1, 1918, C. 0. No. 12. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Was on special duty 
with Supply Company from July until November 22, 1918, 
when he reported back to Company. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
on October 8, 1918, he was wounded by shrapnel near 
Cornay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. 



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George R. Waddle, 

McComb, Okla. 



James M. Walker, 



Joined Company November 
the 82nd Division. 



1918, as replacement to 



Iowa. 



Alvin Walker, 

Thalmann, Ga. 



Virgil C. Waller, 

Ariton, Ala. 



Peter P. Walsh, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Stanley Walsh, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



John L. Walters, 

Reading, 



Hiram R. Weaver, 

Washington, D. C. 



Jerome E. Weeks, 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 



August Welfley, 



IgNACY WlELOUSKL 

Jersey City, N. J. 



August Wilkes, 

Southwick, Mass. 



Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918. C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. Trans- 
ferred to Supply Company November 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as replacement to 
the 82nd Division. Sent sick to hospital November 17. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, vfhere he 
was gassed in action on October 9. 1918, near Comay, 
and evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 1.5. 1918, C. O. No. 8. Partici- 
pated in the St. Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded 
by shrapnel on September 1.5, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital same day. Returned to duty from hospital Novem- 
ber 21. 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 15. 1918, C. 0. No. 8. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was wounded by shrapnel on October 8. 1918, 
near Comay. Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and was wounded by shrapnel on Sep- 
tember 15, 1918. Evacuated to hospital. 

Joined Company October 22, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class June 1. 1918. C. 0. No. 12. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was reported missing in action on October 10, 1918. 

Joined Company November 17, 1918. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was killed in action by shell fire on October 18. 
1918, near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 6. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 1, 1918. C. O. No. 12. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where he 
was wounded by shrapnel on October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 
Evacuated to hospital same day. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. Participated in 
the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, 
where he was reported missing in action on October 8. 
1918. Later returned from hospital to duty on November 
7. 1918. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Was on special duty 
with Transport Detachment and came back to Company 
November 22, 1918. 



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RoBY Wright, 



Herman Wollman, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Harry C. York, 

Hammond, Minn. 

Thomas Zabroski, 

Conshohocken, Pa. 



Israel Zaslavsky, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Francesco Zerlo, 

Birmingham, Pa. 



Joined Company July 25, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive and was killed in action on September 
15, 1918, near Norroy. 

Joined Company October 22, 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive, where 
he was wounded severely on October 9. 1918, near Cornay. 
Evacuated to hospital, where he died the next day. 

Joined Company April 7, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive, and later in the Argonne drive. 

Joined Company October 22. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class December 15, 1918, C. 0. No. 5. Participated 
in the St. Mihiel offensive and later in the Argonne drive. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company on November 18, 
1918. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Participated in the St. 
Mihiel offensive, where he was wounded by shrapnel on 
September 15, 1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hospital 
same day. 

Joined Company October 22. 1918. Participated in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and was wounded on September 15, 
1918, near Norroy. Evacuated to hospital same day. 



Joseph DeItalia, 

Revere, Mass. 



Paul Veneziani, 



"Unknown. 



Corporals 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
in August, 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel offensive 
and later in the Argonne drive. Killed in action October 
8. 1918, near Cornay. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 22, 1918. Participated in the St. Mihiel offensive 
and later in the Argonne drive. Killed in action by shell 
fire on October 29. 1918, near Sommerance. 



HISTORICAL ROSTER COMPANY L, 328TH INFANTRY 



Guy C. Lewis, 



Rhode Island. 



Charles N. Sisson, 

Jacksonville, Ala. 



Captains 

Assigned to Company April 10. 1918. Transferred to 
1st Battalion, 328th Infantry, May 30, 1918. 

Was Captain of Company when organized. Left with 
the advance party for oversea service February 22, 1918. 
Rejoined Company in France June 12, 1918. Commanded 
3rd Battalion in action from October 17 to November 12, 
1918. at which time it had withdrawn from the front. 
Awarded the D. S. C. October 9, 1919. for extraordinary 
heroism in action near Cornay, France, per S. O. No. 40, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, dated 30th November. 1919. 
Left the Company February 27. 1918, to attend School in 
Paris. Wounded July 30. 1918. at Rambucourt. France. 



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H.AROLD C. HlTCHENS, 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 



Louis D. Sutherl.\nd, 

Charlotte, N. C. 



John H. Murdock, 

Charleston, S. C. 



Lewis E. Graves, 

Chicago, ni. 



Julius F. Bell. Jr., 

Milledsreville, Ga. 



\^alter S. Shanks, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Clyde E. Braden, 

West Virginia. 



First Lieutexaxts 

With Company when organized. Commanded Company 
from July 30. to September 22, 1918, and again from Oc- 
tober 16 to November 12, 1918. Transferred to Company 
K, 328th Infantry, as Captain, November 15, 1919. 

Joined Company January 1, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France. September 15, 1918. Hospital September 15, 1918, 
dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Gassed at Apremonl 
France. October 7, 1918. Hospital October 9, 1918. 
Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Commanded Com- 
pany from November 12. to November 18, 1918. Trans- 
ferred to Company M, 80th Division, January 31, 1919. 

Joined Company November 19, 1918. Commanded Com 
pany since February 27, 1919. Is now in command of 
Company. Cited in G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, January 13. 1919. for extraordinary heroism in ac- 
tion October 9, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918. Attended 3rd 
Corps School from January 1, 1919, to February 7, 1919. 
Detached service Central Records Office from February 
12. 1919. to March 2, 1919. Dropped as entering school 
IMarch 3, 1919. 

Joined Company November 15, 1918. Attended 3rd 
Corps School from November 25, to December 25, 1918. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 328th Infantry, 
February 24. 1919. 



Albert G. Teague. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Herbert C. Grover, 

Columbus, Ga. 

C. Earl Schmerhorn. 

New York. 



Frank Johnson. 



New York. 



Second Lieutenants 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Gassed at Comay, 
France, October 9, 1918. Evacuated to hospital and 
dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital October 
9, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Came overseas, left 
France for the United States August 1, 1918, as Instructor. 

Joined Company September 20, 1918. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France. October 8. 1918. Evacuated to hospital and 
dropped from rolls October 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9. 1918. Left Company No- 
vember 25. 1918. to accept appointment as 3rd Battalion, 
328th Infantry, Intelligence Officer, 



Edward Schneider, 
Chic; 

.\lfred W. Smart, 
^e^ 



o, ni. 

York. 



Joined Company November 12, 
Company. 



1918. At present with 



Joined Company .March 25. 1919. 



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Lyman R. Burkett, 
Pinola 



N. C. 



Clarence A. Boone, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Joseph R. Glase, 

Lewisburg, 



FiEST Sergeaxts 

Joined Company September 5, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private October 20, 1917. .Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant from Corporal October 25, 1917. Reduced to Ser- 
geant January 5, 1918. Appointed 1st Sergeant June 15, 
1918. A. W. 0. L. since October 7, 1918. 

Joined Company September 7, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private 1st Class October 20, 1917. Appointed 
1st Sergeant from Sergeant January 5, 1918. Reduced to 
Sergeant May 21. 1918. Successful Officers Candidate at 
5th Corps School November 18, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 20, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal February 1, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant from Sergeant March 15, 1918. Appointed 1st Ser- 
geant November 1, 1918. Attended Army Candidate School 
from July 25 to September 26, 1918. Commanded Com- 
pany in action for two days. 



Marion S. Short, 

Kingsport, Tenn. 



Mess Sergeani 

Joined Company September 21, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private November 20, 1917. Appointed Mess 
Sergeant November 21, 1917. 



Ch.\rles F. p. Quinn, 

Kingston, Ohio. 



Charles Eager, 

Chattanoosa, Tenn. 



Clyde E. Cook, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Supply Sergeants 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private August 10, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant from Sergeant September 15, 1918. Successful Of- 
ficers Candidate November 18, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private May 26. 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal October 30, 1918. Appointed Supply Sergeant 
from Sergeant November 1, 1918. Transferred to Com- 
pany K, 328th Infantry, January 12, 1919. 

Joined Company as Supply Sergeant November 8, 1918. 
-Appointed Line Sergeant from Supply Sergeant December 
2, 1918. 



Chester F. Burgess, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Arthur W. Downey, 

Darien, Ga. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Corpora] 
from Private January 15. 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal April 1, 1918. Reported missing in action Octo- 
ber 8, 1918. Returned to Company November 15, 1918. 
Attended 3rd Corps School from January 1. 1919, to Feb- 
ruary 7, 1919. 

Joined Company September 5. 1917. .Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private September 25, 1917. Transferred to 
Army Candidate School July 24, 1918. 



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Parmelius Donais, 

Southbridfire, Mass. 



John Fredline, 

Farmland, Ind. 



William J. Galvin, 

Roxbury, Mas 



Leslie Gilford, 

Massachusetts. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private November 15, 1917. Killed in action at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918, as Corporal. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from December 1, 1918. Cited in G. 0. No. 1, Headquar- 
ters 82nd Division, dated March 13, 1919. for extraordi- 
nary heroism in action. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal January 15, 1918. Relieved from as- 
signment to return to United States as Instructor July 
28, 1918. 



Frederick Gibes, 

Bayshore, L. I. 



Joined Company October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private March 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal July 24, 1918. Relieved from assignment to re- 
turn to the United States as Instructor July 24, 1918. 



George C. How, 

Washington, D. C. 



Vincent Hall, 

Massachusetts. 



Robert M. Hughes, 

Anniston, Ala. 



Charles E. Lentz, 

Chester, Mass. 



Blair E. Morningstar, 

Entriken, Pa. 



Herman McCreery, 

Gaston, Ind. 



Joined Company September 24, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal 25. 1917. Discharged to accept 



commission 



July 18. 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal March 15, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as en- 
tering S. 0. S. Hospital September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company September 5. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private September 10, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal September 28, 1917. Discharged to 
accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant July 18. 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private November 15. 1917. Wounded at Rambucourt, 
France, July 15. 1918. Went to hospital. Returned Au- 
gust 15, 1918. Wounded again at Sommerance, France, 
October 11, 1918. Hospital October 11, 1918. Dropped 
from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 20. 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal January 15, 1918. Gassed October 15, 1918, at 
Sommerance, France. Hospital October 15. 1918. Re- 
turned to Company November 2. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918, as Sergeant, as re- 
placement. 



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Leo T. Martineau, 

Providence, R. I. 



William A. Ohls, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Ruben Parrish, 

Windfall, Ind. 

James F. Stearns, 

Quincy, Mass. 



Charles J. Sweeney, 

Lowell, Mas 



Richard C. Smith, 

Waymouth, Mass. 



John Sano, 

Homer, Pa. 

William P. Tusing. 



Albert S. Toole. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 



Marion C. Tucker, 

Moultrie, Ga 



David E. Wright, 

Northampton, Mas 



Joined Company November 7, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal September 1, 1918. Cited in G. O. No. 1, Head- 
quarters 82nd Division, dated March 13. 1919. for extraor- 
dinary heroism in action. 

Joined Company March 1. 1918, as Sergeant. Dis- 
charged to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant July 18, 
1918. 

Joined Company as replacement November 8. 1918, with 
the grade of Sergeant. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 1.5, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal July 24. 1918. Captured October 9. 
1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 5, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
August 10, 1918. Sick to hospital September 28. 1918, to 
duty November 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. .Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Corporal August 10, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as en- 
tering S. O. S. Hospital September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 24. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 25, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private May 26, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal .\ugust 10. 1918. Sick in hospital October 9. 
1918, to December 7, 1918. Transferred to Company C. 
326th Infantry, January 20, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. .\ppointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal Januarj' 15. 1918. Killed in action 
at Norroy. France, September 15. 1918. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant from 
Corporal December 1, 1918. .^warded D. S. C. as per G. 
O. No. 12, March 8, 1919, for extraordinary heroism in 
action near Sommerance, France. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Corporal January 15. 1918. Sick in hospital 
May 11, 1918. Dropped as entering S. O. S. Hospital 
May 11, 1918. 



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Corporals 



Max Bassell, 



Johnston, Pa. 



John H. Birkett, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Earl Boyington, 

Milford, Maine. 



Harvey M. Broughton, 

Gunora, N. D. 



William Brown, 

Chelmsford, Mass. 



Clifton Babb, 

MillersviUe, Ga 



Walter D. Crevoiserat, 

Roosevelt, N. Y. 



William D. Conway, 

Witt, HI. 



Edward Crockett, 

Brockton, Mass. 



Joseph M. Crowley, 

Fitchbure, Mas 



Henry Cushman, 

Bangor, Maine. 



Henry Dufour, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Chester H. Danforth. 

Taunton, Mass. 



Charles E. Dorang, 

Pottstown, 



Joined Company September 20, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private November 20, 1917. Gassed October 
8, 1918. Returned from hospital November 4, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private September 15. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded at Fleville, 
France, October 18. 1918. Went to hospital. Rejoined 
Company January 11, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 7, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1,1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Mechanic. Ap- 
pointed Corporal from Mechanic February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private September 15, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15, 1918. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. Went to hospital. Re- 
joined Company January 24, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1918. Gassed September 
16. 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hos- 
pital September 16, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1918. Sick in hospital Au- 
gust 20, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. 
Hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1. 1918. Appointed 
Corporal from Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1918. Sick to hospital Oc- 
tober 13, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private November 20, 1917. Killed in action at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. 



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Eugene P. Frazier, 

Connellsville, Pa. 

WiLLUM Fisher, 

Dengola, 111. 

Joseph Falco, 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Joseph Green, 



Alvin, 



Frank R. Graham, 

Randolph, N. Y. 

Hubert 0. Hunt, 

Parker, Ind. 

Harry Jonas, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leslie U. Jamison, 

Tennessee. 



Elias T. Keywan, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Louis Lavigne, 

Fall River, Mass. 



George W. Land, 

Doerun, Ga. 



William A. Lemin, 

Mapleton, 



Hilbert L. Miller, 

Kingman, Ariz. 

Thomas E. Mottershead, 
Fall River, Mass. 

Maurice Moseman, 

Topeka, Ind. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded slightly at 
Cornay, France, October 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. Returned from hospital 
to Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private April 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private 1st Class June 7, 1918. Wounded at Cornay, 
France, October 8, 1918. Went to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Dropped from rolls as en- 
tering School March 12, 1919. 

Joined Company as replacement November 8, 1918, with 
the grade of Corporal. 

Joined Company October 5, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Sick to hospital October 
8. 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Joined Company April 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 24, 1918. Dropped from rolls as de- 
serter October — , 1918. 



Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
from Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Mechanic February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company January 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded at Cornay, 
France, October 8, 1918. Went to hospital. Rejoined 
Company November 7, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private March 15, 1918. Sick to hospital Oc- 
tober 14, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. O. S. 
Hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, with the grade of 
Private 1st Class. Appointed Corporal December 1, 1918, 
from Private. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 15, 1918. 

Joined Company January- 12, 1919, with the grade of 
Corporal. 



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Louis Monteverde, 

L'ambertsville, N. J. 



Michael J. Mayeski, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Maurice B. Neale, 

Battlecreek, Mich. 



Warren S. Orwin, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

John Pfeiffer, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Peter Re, 



Pennsylvania. 



George Petrakis, 

New York City, N. Y. 



Herman F. Precht, 



Georgia. 



Charles L. Rooney", 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Antoine Souza. 

Fall River, Mass. 



Cloyd M. Shugars, 

Johnstown, Pa. 



Herbert E. Smith, 

Cambridge, Mass. 



James N. Taylor, 

Sterling. Ga. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private July 24, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France. September 15, 1918. Returned from hospital to 
Company December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private January 1, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class May 26, 1918. Wounded 
July 5, 1918, at Mt. Sec. France. Rejoined Company from 
hospital August 20, 1918. Wounded again at Norroy, 
France, September 15, 1918. Sent to hospital same day. 
Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Joined Company July 15. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded at Comay, 
France, October 14. 1918. Went to hospital. Rejoined 
Company 16. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, with the grade of 
Private 1st Class. Appointed Corporal March 15. 1919. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private January 1, 1918. Wounded at Sommerance, 
France, October 14, 1918. Rejoined Company from hos- 
pital December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 1, 1917. Wounded September 15, 
1918, at Norroy, France. Died in hospital September 17, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15. 1918. Captured at Cornay. 
France. October 9, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private May 1, 1918. Transferred to Regimental 
Headquarters August 25, 1918. 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 24, 1918. Sick to hospital November 4, 
1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 15. 1918. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France. September 15. 1918. Died in hospital Sep- 
tember 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private September 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private January 1, 1918. Captured and re- 
leased. Rejoined Company February 6, 1918. 

Joined Company April 15. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private September 15. 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private 1st Class March 15. 1919. 



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Herbert Nagel, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Ralph A. Bryant, 

Isles Ford, Maine. 



Cooks 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private November 1, 1917. Sick to hospital Septem- 
ber 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Cook from Private 1st Class April 15, 1918. Reduced to 
Private July 20, 1918. .Appointed Cook again on Septem- 
ber 15. 1918. 



Will J. Koger, 

Augusta, Ga. 

Raffaelle Lionetti, 

New York City, N. Y. 

Antonio Sofeo, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 14. 1917. 
from Private October 20, 1917. 



Appointed Cook 



Joined Company October 30, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Qass from Private. Appointed Cook July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 23, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1. 1918. Appointed Cook 
from Private 1st Class April 20, 1918. 



Joseph J. Weinert, 

Royersford, Pa. 

Robert Blackburn, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Fred Bolte, 



Charlie Alba, 



Illinois. 



Pittston, Pa. 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 18, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private January 1, 1918. Gassed October 9, 1918. 
Dropped from rolls as entering S. O. S. Hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private March 15, 1918. Wounded at Sommerance, 
France, October 14, 1917. Went to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 14, 1918. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Company, 328th Infantry, January 6, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Bugler. Went 
to hospital December 12, 1918. Dropped from rolls Feb- 
ruary 27, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1917. Appointed Bugler from 
Private March 15, 1919. 



Alexander Ford, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



William F. Lang, 

Pittsburg, 



John Eardlen, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Me- 
chanic from Private January 1, 1918. Sick to hospital 
July 25, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company October 5, 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private January 1, 1918. Accidentally wounded Au- 
gust 1, 1918. Hospital. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company October 17, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private .4pril 15, 1918. Sick to hospital. Rejoined 
Company December 8, 1918. 



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Privates and Privates First Class 



George T. Armor, 



Irving Antell, 



Georgia. 



New York. 



James B. Alden, 

Erie, Pa. 

Gaetano Ascagtino. 



Roy E. Allen, 

Portland, Ore. 



Forrest D. Adams, 

Chicago, III. 



Noah C. Algien, 

Crowley, Colo. 



Clarence Anderson, 

Rock Island, 



Henry R. Aulman, 

Ramb, N. D. 



Gilbert A. Alverson. 



Grovano Albanese, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Gustave Armstrom, 

Joliet, 111. 



James A. Anderson, 

Help, Texas. 



Paolo Bonarrico, 



Henry B. Berich, 

New York. 



Thurman Brock. 



Charles T. Bowen. 



Joined Company April 10, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 15, 1918. Hospital and dropped from 
rolls as entering S. 0. S. Hospital. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Gassed October 9. 
1918. Hospital and dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Wounded October 11, 
1918. Hospital and dropped from rolls as entering hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918. Wounded Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, at Norroy, France. Sent to hospital and 
dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 4. 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. Sent to hospital October 
16. 1918. Rejoined Company January 18. 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Sent to hospital 
February 19, 1919. Dropped from rolls February 27, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Wounded October 
30, 1918, at Sommerance. Sent to hospital. Rejoined 
Company February 10, 1919. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class April 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal June 7, 1918. 
Reduced to Private February 2, 1918. Captured October 
9, 1918. Rejoined Company January 12. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Missing October 
9, 1918, at Cornay. 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Wounded Octo- 
ber 14, 1918, at Sommerance. Dropped as entering S. 0. S. 
Hospital. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
June 15, 1918. Dropped as entering hospital. 

Joined April 5, 1918. Went to hospital sick Septem- 
ber 10, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 



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Roy Brooks, 
""" PKIladelphia, Pa. 

James T. Bailey, 

Johnston, 111. 

Louis A. Blatt, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peter Burgeron, 

Haverhill, Mass. 



Michael J. Burk, 

Fithran, 111. 

William Blatchford, 

Brockton, Mass. 

James Barbee, 

Dandridge, Tenn. 

Charles H. Bates, 

Jasper, Ga. 

Alonzo Baxter, 

Whites Creek, Tenn. 

Frank Bianchino, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

John Bogues. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Joseph F. Bohne, 

Chicago, 111. 

Theodore A. Bonsall, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Edward Bonnin, 



John Blumm, 



Harvey, 



Sibley, 



Joseph A. Boudway, 

Northampton, Mass. 

Alex Brown, 

Danville, 111. 

George Bumhold, 

Bartonville, 111. 

John W. Burk, 

Chicago, 111. 

Nataush Butkus, 

Camden, N. J. 



Joined Company April 20, 1918. Killed at Norroy, 
France, September 11, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. Captured October 9. 
1918. Rejoined Company December 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral January 15, 1918. Captured October 9, 1918. Re- 
luced to Private. Rejoined Company January 12. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company October 17, 1917. 
Joined Company November 12, 1917. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company April 6, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 13, 1917. 



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James Bevard, 

Smithfield, 111. 

Harry L. Born, 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Walter Brocki, 

Toledo, Ohio. 



Oscar Bradford, 

Newport, N. J. 

Hyman H. Broder, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carl Carter, 

Camden, N. J. 



RoLEiGH Cluck, 



William Cobb, 

North Carolina. 



Joseph H. Cohen, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Edgar M. Chaffee, 

Maine. 

Frank W. Christenson, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Ralph B. Crockett, 

Rockland, Maine. 

Martin L. Cook, 

Mackinaw, 111. 

Lawrence H. Clayton, 

Rushville, 111. 

Harold C. Coffman, 

Chicago, 111. 

Louis Courcy, 

Taunton, Mass. 



Luici Catalano, 

Auburn, N. Y. 

Charlie Campbell, 

Upper Alton, 111. 

Albert M. Carrejci, 

Hillcoke, Pa. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company July 18, 1918. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918. Rejoined Company from hospital December 14. 
1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
August 16, 1918. Rejoined Company January 24, 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1917. Hospital sick Octo- 
ber 2, 1918. Rejoined Company January 27, 1919. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Gassed October 7, 
1918, at Cornay. Went to hospital and dropped from 
rolls. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
September 18, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Sick in hospital Octo- 
ber 5, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Transferred to Am- 
bulance Unit July 25, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Sick October 20. 
1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Sick in hospital 
September 20, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. Sent to hospital Oc- 
tober 20. 1918. Rejoined Company January 24. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Qass February 1, 1918. Wounded October 21, 
1918, at Sommerance, France. Went to hospital. Re- 
joined Company March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company July 18, 1918. Sick in hospital Octo- 
ber 4, 1918. Rejoined Company March 17, 1919. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 19. 1917. 



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417 



Cornelius Coughlan, 

New York, N. Y. 



Ralph C. Capone, 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Lonnie Cantrell, 

Ridgley, Tenn. 

Barney H. Chapman, 

Chapforth, 111. 

Curtis L. Chandler, 

Delavan, 111. 

Frank Cioffi, 

New York, N. Y. 

Grover Coplea, 

Fisher, 111. 

Archie H. Connell, 

Wheatland, Wyo. 

James A. Cox, 

McLeansboro, 111. 

Russell Cox, 

Winchester, 111. 

Charles Cox, 

Illinois. 

Harry W. Coakley, 

Sparta, 111. 

Hen-ry H. Colvin, 

Peoria, 111. 

Harrold M. Crawford, 

De Grace, N. Y. 

Frank Gripe, 

Laplace, 111. 

August D. Critis, 

Chatsworth, 111. 

Sheridan R. Crosby, 

Manito, 111. 

William D. Demas. 



Walter D. Daley, 

Cambrido;e, Mass. 



Charles S. Davenport, 

Pennsylvania. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. Reduced to Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8. 1917. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 
Transferred to 243 M. P. Company December 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
September 16, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Captured Octo- 
ber 8, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Missing October 9, 
1918. Dropped from rolls. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Richard Dossett, 

Hopedale, HI. 

Leo J. Dyminski, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Henry Darnell, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 



Elmer E. Davis, 

Bosey, Texas. 



Roy E. Davis, 



Achille Debonia. 

East Youngstown, Ohio. 

Edward J. Desaulnier. 

Attleboro, Mass. 

Francis J. Domard, 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Parry E. Draper, 

Wayne Cily. 111. 

Edward Dudley, 

Duncannon, Pa. 

Clifford Durkee, 

Allston, Mass. 

Bernard Downes, 

Peru. N. Y. 



Joseph Dimarco, 

Dunbar, Pa. 



Herman Eggert. 

Hutchinson, Minn. 



Joseph A. Fitzpatrick, 

Massachusetts. 



John J. Feeley. 

New York. 

Charles B. Frady, 

Lafayette, Ga. 

Morgan J. Faulkner, 

Wetumpka, Ala. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class April 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant June 7, 1918. 
Reduced to Private July 24. 1918. Appointed Corporal 
July 24. 1918. Reduced to Private February 15. 1919. 
Gassed slightly October 9. 1918. 

Joined Company November 4. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. as Corporal. Re- 
duced to Private February 2. 1919. 



Joined Company July 18. 1918. 
Joined Company November 10. 1917 
Joined Company April 4. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8. 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 11. 1917. 



Joined Company November 7. 1917. Wounded at Som- 
merance. France, October 14. 1918. Rejoined Company 
January 24, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23. 1918. 

Joined Company April 1. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15, 1918. Went to hospital sick Septem- 
ber 18, 1918. Rejoined Company January 11, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class March 17. 1918. Went to hospital sick 
October 5. 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 28. 1918. Went to hospital sick 
September 25, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company January 1, 1918. Missing September 
15, 1918, at Norroy. Dropped from rolls. 



Joined Company April 19. 1918. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 



419 



Anthony Faggello, 

New York, N. Y. 

Augustus Ferguson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Earnest Forbes, 

Boothlay Harbor, Me. 



Edward Fitzmaurice, 

Fall River, Mass. 



Will French, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Earlvin J. Callaway, 



Iowa. 



James B. Gladston 

Slabama. 



Frank George, 

Georgia. 

William E. Grimes, 

Lafayette, Ga. 



Cleveland George. 

Oakwood, 111. 

Salvatore Greco, 

New York, N. Y. 

Louis A. Gill, 

South Boston, Mass. 

Howard Cuinan. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Morris Creenburg, 

New York, N. Y. 

William Ginger, 

New York, N. Y. 

William Clare, 

Quincy, Mass. 



Pae Haney, 



Sidney, 



John H. Howarth. 

Swansea, Mass. 

Walter Hair, 

Peoria, 111. 



Joined Company November 7, 1917. Missing in action 
October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company November 17, 1918, 

Joined Company April 6, 1918. Sick in hospital Sep 
tember 11, 1918. Rejoined Company November 17, 1918, 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded Sep- 
tember 18. 1918. at Norroy, France. Gassed October 
1918. at Comay. France. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Wounded Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, at Norroy, France. Rejoined Company 
from hospital January 24, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
October 1. 1918. Reduced to Private March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company March 1, 1918. Missing September 15, 
1918, at Norroy, France. 



Joined Company April 1. 1918. 
1918, at Norroy, France. 



Killed September 15. 



Missing October 9. 



Joined Company October 1, 1917. 
1918. at Cornay, France. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Wounded October 9, 
1918, at Comay, France. Dropped from rolls as entering 
hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 6. 1917. 

Joined Company April 28. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 27, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 1, 1918. Sick in hospital Septem- 
ber 1. 1918. Rejoined Company January 24. 1919. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15, 1918. Gassed October 8, 1918. 
Rejoined Company from hospital December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 18, 1918. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 



420 History of Three 

Oscar Hill, 

Elkader, Iowa. 

August P. Hogenmiller, 

Weingarten, Mo. 

Albert Horn. 

Richard Hunter. 

Teskelwa, HI. 

Hubert A. Hughes, 

Oneida, Tenn. 

Vernon Harbison, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Bryan Hugley, 

Chicago, HI. 

John Hyland, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Hutt, 

Nedem, Mass. 

Charley Hackney, 

Georgia. 

Renihold L. Hanke, 

Georgia. 

James W. Hrabak, 

Georgia. 

Anthony Iodice, 

Fall River, Mass. 



John W. Impola. 



Joseph John, 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Bert Jubert, 



Scotie, N. Y. 



Sam Justice, 



Denison, Iowa. 

Bud L. Jameson, 

Pennsylvania. 

David G. Jasman, 

Winsocket, Mass. 

Antonio Joaquin. 



Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



Joined Company September 5, 1917. Reduced to Private 
from Corporal October 18, 1917. 

Joined Company October 30, 1917. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded Sep- 
tember 16, 1918, at Norroy, France. Dropped as entering 
hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Sick in hospital Sep- 
tember 28, 1918. Dropped as entering hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Sick in hospital Octo- 
ber 1, 1918. Dropped as entering hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Missing October 9, 
1918, at Comay, France. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. Wounded Octo- 
ber 12. 1918. Rejoined Company from hospital February 
6, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Killed in action 
October 9, 1918, near Cornay, France. 



Joined Company July 26, 1918. 



Joined Company November 7, 1917. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company July 20, 1918. Hospital February 25. 
1918. Dropped from rolls. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Transferred to 
K Company December 5, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Gassed October 8, 
1918, at Cornay, France. Dropped as entering hospital. 



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421 



Thomas W. Joiner, 



Georgia. 



Marcelli Kafarski, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peter Kasuilis, 

Chicago, 111. 

Moris Kavitsky, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stanley W. Kaczynski, 

East Hampton, Mass. 

John Kehoe, 

Salamanca, N. Y. 

Raymond Kemmerer, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wesley Kitts, 

Bland, Va. 

Fred A. Kolkhorst, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

John Kwecian, 

Buflfalo, N. Y. 

August Kilgus, 

New York, N. Y. 

William Landers, 

Powder Springs, Ga. 

Patrick Lee, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

George E. Lemmond, 

Norwich, Ga. 

Leonardo Leona, 

Corona, N. Y. 

Julius Levine, 

New York, N. Y. 

John Lucey, 

Edgewood, Iowa. 



CiPRIA LiPPI, 



Hoboken, N. J. 



Joined Company January 1, 1918. Wounded October 

8, 1918, at Comay, France. Rejoined Company from 

hospital December 24. 1918. Transferred to hospital 
March 20, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company July 2, 1918. Reduced from Cook to 
Private April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 24, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. A. W. 0. L. Oc- 
tober 9, 1918. Returned to Company December 8, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal No- 
vember 1, 1918. Reduced to Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 26, 1917. 
Joined Company October 23, 1917. 



Joined Company April 3, 1918. Sick in hospital October 
9, 1918. Rejoined Company November 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. Wounded October 21, 1918, 
at Sommerance. France. Rejoined Company Januarj- 24, 
1918. 



422 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



William C. Lukens, 

Lansdale, Pa. 



Holly Ludwic, 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15, 1918. Gassed October 7, 1918. 
Rejoined Company from hospital December 12, 1918. 

Joined Company February 12, 1919. 



Joseph E. Lavoie, 

Fall River, Mass 



Antonio Legacco. 



Arthure Larochelle, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 



Fred W. Lemieux, 

Pittsburg, 



Pierre Lesperance, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 



LuiGi Mauro, 

North Bergler, N. Y. 



Henry A. May, 

Hillsboro, 



George A. Maxeiner, 
Nokomis, 



Henry Morgan. 

Norwood, Ga. 



George F. Morrison, 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Gustino Maci.irulo, 

New York, N. Y. 



Hubert 0. Mills, 



Ralph Madden, 



Fred Mayes, 



Ohio. 



Georgia. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. Wounded September 
15, 1918, at Norroy, France. Dropped as entering hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded October 
14. 1918, at Norroy, France. Dropped as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as 
entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded at Som- 
merance, France, October 14, 1918. Dropped from rolls 
as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Missing in ac- 
tion October 9, 1918, at Cornay, France. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company April 19. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15, 1918. Wounded September 15. 1918. 
at Norroy, France. Rejoined Company from hospital De- 
cember 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Went to hospital 
sick July 15, 1918. Rejoined Company from hospital No- 
vember 21, 1918. On detached service Headquarters 
Troop, December 5. 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Missing October 
9, 1918, at Cornay, France. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Missing October 9. 
1918. at Cornay. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15. 1918. Sick to hospital Octo- 
ber 6. 1918. Rejoined Company from hospital November 
1. 1918. Transferred to 243 M. P. Company December 
14, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15, 1918. Went to hospital October 18. 
1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 



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423 



John Miller. 

Clifford D. Mackinney. 

Fred Makymonok. 

Bladas Mastizilla, 

Worchester, Mass. 

TwiLLis McDaniel, 

Muscadine, Ala. 

Charlie R. McCravey, 

Bells Gap, Tenn. 

John A. McDonough, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joseph Moreau, 

Fall River, Mass. 

James McCue, 

Newford, N. Y. 

Daniel A. McNamara, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

Harry Macalister, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Phillip Martin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cornelius Murray, 

Providence, R. I. 

Burrell Moss, 

Newport, Tenn. 

Code Morton, 

Montezuma, Tenn. 

Edward J. Moore, 

Lowell, Mass. 



Arthur W. Miller, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 



Joined Company April 15, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
June 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Went to hospital 
sick September 25, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering 
hospital. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Killed in action 
September 15. 1918. at Norroy, France. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15. 1918. Appointed Corporal Novem- 
ber 1. 1918. Reduced to Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1917. Appointed Private 1st 
Class January 9, 1918, by previous organization. Appoint- 
ed Corporal November 1, 1918. Reduced to Private De- 
cember 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed April 1, 1918. 
Reduced to Private December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded Sep- 
tember 11, 1918, at Norroy, France. Rejoined Company 
from hospital January 23, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Cor- 
nay, France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company Novem- 
ber 15, 1918, from hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral November 1, 1918. Reduced to Private December 
1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company .April 19. 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Nor- 
roy. France. September 15, 1918. Rejoined Company De- 
cember 28, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Cited in C. 0. No. 
1. Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 1919, for ex- 
traordinary heroism in action. 



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William F. Moosk, 

Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Albert G. Martin, 

Sheper, Ga. 

Michael J. Muraca, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DoNATO Natural, 

New York, N. Y. 



Henry R. Newberry, 

Middletown, Ohio. 



Alex P. Ouillette, 



Frank S. Pico, 

Niceville, Gal. 



Mike Paul, 



Lambert, Pa. 



Elmer 0. Pauley, 

Train, W. Va. 



Henry Paras, 

New York, N. Y. 



Giuseppe Pingareo, 

Lewis Run, Pa. 



Frank Pleshko, 

South Bethlehem, 



ROCH POSWIATA, 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Silas Paktridge. 



Arthur Pellerin, 

Ludlow, Mass. 



Pitt Parker, 



Georgia. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
October 6, 1918. Rejoined Company November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 18, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France, September 15, 1918. Rejoined Company Feb- 
ruary 6, 1919. 

Joined Company November 12, 1917. 

Joined Company 23, 1917. Appointed Private 

1st Class September 15, 1918. Went to hospital Septem- 
ber 18, 1918. Rejoined Company December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Killed at Comay, 
France, October 9, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Cor- 
nay, France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company from 
hospital December 15, 1918. Transferred to hospital 
March 20, 1919. 

Joined Company November 4, 1918, as Corporal. Re- 
duced to Private February 2, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Gassed at Comay, 
France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company from hos- 
pital October 22, 1918. 



Edward H. Pitcher, 

Georgia. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Missing in action Oc- 
tober 9, 1918. Rejoined Company September 13, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class September 15, 1918. Went to hospital sick. 
Dropped from rolls March 27, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion at Sommerance, France, October 14. 1918. Dropped 
from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Som- 
merance, France, October 14. 1918. Dropped from rolls 
as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 2, 1917. Missing in action 
October 9, 1918, at Comay. Dropped from rolls. 



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John L. Pugh. 



Joseph Palmer. 



Georgia. 



Mariano Quacuano, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Herndon Quimby. 
\/lcto'r\t N.Y Pe «novlvania . 

Antonio Renzi, 

Hill Coke, Pa. 

Claude Reichard, 

Pennsylvania. 

Nicolla Rella, 

New York, N. Y. 

Bruce Ridenour, 

Russiaville, Ind. 

Joseph Rose, 

Olyphant, Pa. 

Alex Rogoznski, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

John J. Reagan, 

Cambridge, Mass. 



Olivio Rocco, 

New York, N. Y. 



Raymond Reilley, 

Bradford, Pa. 

Alex Ripshaw, 

New York, N. Y. 

WojcicK Rug. 



(^JETANO RoMANA, 

•Roche^eV , New York. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded at Cornay, 
France. October 9, 1918. Died in hospital October 10, 
1918. 

Joined Company January 1, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15, 1918. Deceased in hospital March 
15, 1919. 

Joined Company March 21, 1918. Gassed at Cornay, 
France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company November 
15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Wounded at Mt. Sec, 
France, July 5, 1918. Died in hospital July 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Som- 
merance, France, October 14. 1918. Rejoined Company 
December 24, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Gassed at Cornay, 
France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company November 
15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 12. 1917. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company July 20, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class September 15, 1918. Reduced to Private Feb- 
ruary 3, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Cor- 
nay, France, October 8, 1918. Rejoined Company from 
hospital November 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Dropped as de- 
serter September 21, 1918. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Killed in action at Som- 
merance, France, October 14, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded at Cor- 
nay, France, October 8, 1918. Dropped from rolls as en- 
tering hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Went to hospital 
sick October 8, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Killed in action 
at Norroy, France, September 15, 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Tony Rose, 



Rocky Rose, 



New York. 



Pennsylvania. 



William Sanders, 

Nokomis, 111. 

Dominick Santore, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 

Raymond Sellers, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Max J. Schneider, 

Bentleyville, Pa. 

Carl Smith, 

Point Peter, Ga. 

Walter D. Sears, 

Grotin, N. Y. 



Frank Suckdol. 

McGregor, Iowa. 

Louis J. Spelbrink, 

Peoria, 111. 



■Toseph G. Sambatore, 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Frank Smith, 

New Field, N. Y. 



William A. Smotherman, 
Georgia. 



William Smith. Jr., 

New York, N. Y. 



John J. Slattery, 

New York. 



Mauro Traina, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



William Thomas, 

Waupeton, Iowa. 



Joined Company July 15, 1918. Wounded at Sommer- 
ance, France. October 14, 1918. Dropped from rolls as 
entering hospital. 

Joined Company July 20, 1918. Wounded at Comay. 
France, October 11, 1918. Dropped from rolls as enter- 
ing hospital. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 12, 1917. 



Joined Company April 6, 1918. A. W. 0. L. October 9, 
1918. Rejoined Company November 29, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Joined Company January 25, 1918. Wounded at Som- 
merance, France, October 15, 1918. Rejoined Company 
from hospital February 10, 1919. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company April 1, 1918. Wounded at Sommer- 
ance, France, October 14, 1918. Rejoined Company from 
hospital January 14, 1919. Appointed Corporal October 
1, 1918. Reduced, to Private February 23, 1919. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Killed in action 
at Norroy, France, September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 22, 1918. Wounded at Mt. Sec, 
France, July 5, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering 
S. 0. S. Hospital July 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 28. 1918. Wounded at Mt. Sec. 
France, July 5, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hos- 
pital. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Missing at Norroy. 
France, September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 

Joined Company April 28, 1918. Went to hospital sick 
July 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company October 30, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. Captured by enemy October 
9. 1918. Released as prisoner of war. Rejoined Com- 
pany February 6. 1919. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Nels 0. Thompson, 

Ridgeway, Iowa. 

Henry W. Tiggeman, 

Waverly, Iowa. 

Arcangel Torlucci, 

Newark, N. J. 

Isaac L. Tack, 



William Trego. 

Pennsylvania. 



George Valleos, 

New York, N. Y. 

Williams Wiltraut, 

Brownfield, Pa. 

Edward H. Ward, 

Westfield, Iowa. 

Edward Walsh. 

Le Mars, Iowa. 

George R. Warren, 

Waycross, Ga. 

Oscar Williams, 

McKinney, Texas. 

Frank Williams, 

Halles, N. Y., 

Owen T. Willis, 

Cambridge Spring, Pa. 

John F. Ward, 

Fall River, Mass. 



James P. Wilkenson, 

Ford Town, Tenn. 

Mannie Woods, 

Wadley, Ga. 

Charles A. Wommack, 

Ellaville, Ga. 

Roy L. Woodard, 

Ford City, Texas. 

Arthur C. Woodruff, 

Sioux City, Iowa. 



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Joined Company October 29. 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded at Norroy, 
France. September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as en- 
tering hospital. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Killed in action at 
Norroy, France, September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Gassed at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. Rejoined Company from 
hospital December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company October 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company April 28. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Captured at 
Cornay. France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 1. 1919. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 14, 1917. Wounded at Nor- 
roy, France, September 15, 1918. Dropped from rolls as 
entering hospital. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Jake Weitzman, 

New York, N. Y. 



Elbert Williams, 

Lakemont, Ga. 



Harry Wagner, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Thomas Walsencroft, 

Massachusetts. 



Constantine Xethalis, 

New York, N. Y. 



Abner W. Young, 



Ksimar Zutkis. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded at Som- 
raerance, France, October 14, 1918. Dropped from rolls 
as entering hospital. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Went to hospital 
sick. Dropped from rolls October 3, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded at Cor- 
nay, France, October 9, 1918. Rejoined Company from 
hospital December 15, 1918. Went to hospital sick De- 
cember 20, 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering S. 0. S. 
Hospital. 

Joined Company April 1, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class September 15, 1918. Went to hospital sick Septem- 
ber 20. 1918. Dropped from rolls as entering hospital. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Missing in action 
at Comay, France, October 9, 1918. Dropped from rolls. 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF COMPANY M, 
328TH INFANTRY 



James R. Cooper, 

1315 Broad St., 

Augusta, Ga. 



Robert Walton, Jr., 
115 Washington St., 

Augusta, Ga. 



Captains 

Commissioned Captain August 15, 1917. Assigned to 
Company September 3, 1917. In command of Company 
September 3, 1917, to June 3, 1918. Special duty at 5th 
Army School from June 3 to June 10. 1918. Commanding 
Company from June 10, 1918. to September 15, 1918. Se- 
verely wounded in action by shrapnel September 15. 1918, 
near Vandieres. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 3. 1917. Promoted to 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. In command of Company 
June 3, 1918, to June 10, 1918. In command of Company 
from September 15, 1918, to November 11, 1918. Promoted 
to Captain November 11, 1918. Sick in hospital from De- 
cember 23, 1918, to February 9, 1919. From duty to 
special duty at London, England, from February 25, 1919, 
to March 8, 1919. Awarded a D. S. C. per G. 0. No. 48, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, December 28, 1918, for gal- 
lantry in action. Awarded a Croix la Guerre for gal- 
lantry in action, per General Headquarters, French Armies 
of the East, General Staff. Order No. 16045. D'Ext. 



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Carl W. Berry, 

Sioux Falls, S. D. 

Edwin 0. U. Waters, 
Owings Mills, 

Maryland. 

Fred L. Bledsoe, 

50 Evans St., 

Atlanta. Ga. 



Alexis Von Schmidt, 
2504 Noble Ave., 

Alameda, Cal. 



John W. Hampton, 
501 Cedar Ave., 

Tampa, Fla. 



John J. Cobb, 

Fayetteville, Tenn. 



First Lieutexaxts 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant December 1. 1916. As- 
signed to Company March 6. 1919. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant November 26, 1917. As- 
signed to Company December 17, 1917. Special duty at 
Gas School May 26, 1918, to June 5, 1918. Transferred to 
3rd Battalion Headquarters June 26, 1918. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 3, 1917. Promoted to 1st 
Lieutenant December 31, 1917. Special duty at Gas 
School from June 8, 1918, to June 14, 1918. Duty with 
Company from June 14, 1918, to June 25, 1918. Special 
duty as Battalion Gas Officer from June 25, 1918. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant May 25. 1918. Assigned 
to Company November 1, 1918. In command of Company 
from November 16, 1918, to November 29, 1918. In com- 
mand of Company from December 23, 1918, to January 2, 
1919. Special duty at Rifle School from January 2. 1919, 
to January 11. 1919. In command of Company from Jan- 
uary 26, 1919, to February 9, 1919. Transferred to Com- 
bat Officers' Replacement Depot, per Paragraph No. 5, 
S. 0. No. 56, Headquarters 82nd Division. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company April 9, 1918. Special duty from 
May 20. 1918, to June 10, 1918. Detached service from 
June 16, 1918, to August 16. 1918. Promoted to 1st Lieu- 
tenant November 11. 1918. In command of Company from 
January 2, 1919, to January 11. 1919. In command of 
Company from January 13, 1919, to January 26, 1919. 
Transferred to Combat Officers' Replacement Depot, per 
Par. No. 5, S. 0. No. 56, Headquarters 82nd Division. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 1, 1918. Assigned 
to Company July 23, 1918. Wounded in action by ma- 
chine gun bullet October 8, 1918, near Chatel Chehery. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant November 11, 1918. Cited for 
gallantry in action, per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 82nd 
Division, January 13, 1919. 



Carl Goldsmith, 

824 Piedmont Ave., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



James J. Durr, 

c/o Durr Drug Co., 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Second Lieutenants 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 3. 1917. Special duty at 
Automatic Rifle School from June 12, 1918. to July 14, 
1918. Killed in action October 9, 1918, by shrapnel near 
Cornay. Cited for gallantry in action, per G. 0. No. 1, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 6. 1917. Transferred to 
l,S7th Depot Brigade, September 13, 1917. 



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L. P. D. Warren, 
Myrtle St., 



D. B. Wilkinson, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company September 6, 1917. Transferred to 
157th Depot Brigade March 28. 1918. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant August 15, 1917. As- 
signed to Company November 8, 1917. Special duty from 
November 19, 1917, to December 7, 1917. Special duty 
at Divisional Personnel Office December 7, 1917, to De- 
cember 15. 1917. Transferred to 307th Ammunition Train 
Fehruary 6, 1918. 



James Scott Jones, 
800 South Third St., 

Paducah, Ky. 



Hobart M. Shields, 

Sevierville, Tenn. 



Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant October 1, 1918. As- 
signed to Company October 17, 1918. Special duty at 3rd 
Corps School from November 22, 1918, to December 24, 
1918. In command of Company from February 25, 1919. 
to March 8, 1919. Cited per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 
164th Infantry Brigade, May 4. 1919. 

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant November 1, 1918. As- 
signed to Company November 9. 1918. Detached Service 
to 3rd Corps School from January 1, 1919, to February 
7, 1919. 



Olin H. Ford, 

122 East Main St. 

Corry, Pa. 



Terrence Byron Brown, 
3 Mechanic St., 

Quincy, Mass. 



First Seegeants 

Joined Company September 18, 1917. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant October 1, 1917. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 
July 1. 1918, per S. O. No. 182, G. H. Q., A. E. F. Left 
Company July 20, 1918. Assigned to Company A. 23rJ 
Infantry. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant April 1, 1918. 
Appointed Mess Sergeant April 11. 1918. Appointed 1st 
Sergeant September 10. 1918. Cited for gallantry in ac- 
tion per General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision, January 13. 1919. Cited per G. O. No. 1. Head- 
quarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919, for gal- 
lantry in action. 



Leonard M. Philbrook, 
59 High Street, 

Exeter, N. H. 



Supply Sergeant 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Supply Ser- 
geant April 1. 1918. Cited for gallantry in action per 
G. O. No. 1. Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade. May 
4. 1919. 



Alonzo T. Tucker, 

Reynolds, Ga. 



Mess Sergeants 

Joined Company September 6. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private September 16. 1917. .\ppointed Mess 
Sergeant September 10, 1918. Severely wounded by shrap- 
nel in action near Sommerance, October 16, 1918. 



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Walter D. Antonides, 
128 Monmouth St., 

Red Bank, N. J. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant April 1, 1918. Appointed Mess Sergeant December 
4, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action per G. O. No. 1, 
Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



Frank B. Norton. 
4017 Third Ave., 

Ahoona, 



James J. Clancy, 

West Goshen, 
West Chester, 



Pa. 



Herman W. Reeder, 
710 S. Marlack St., 

West Chester, Pa. 

Edward H. Heide, 

Mammoth, Pa. 

Herman Price, 

3118 Walnut Ave., 

Ahoona. Pa. 

Frederick V. Betters, 
Kiwassa Road, 
Saranac Lake, N. Y. 



Antonio DeMayo, 

789 Flatbush Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Dean R. Clifford. 
505 Du Quesne Ave., 

Trafford, Pa. 



Percy C. A. Bennett, 

Oak Town, Ind. 



Sergeants 

Joined Company October 21. 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private December 15, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by machine gun bullet in Cornay October 8. 1918. 
Awarded D. S. C. for gallantry in action December 28, 
1918. per General Order No. 48, Headquarters 82nd Di- 
vision. Cited per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infan- 
try Brigade. May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private February 1. 1918. Wounded by shrapnel in 
action on September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. Cited for 
gallantry in action per General Orders No. 1. Headquar- 
ters 82nd Division, January 13. 1919. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
April 1, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel in action October 
17, 1918, at Sommerance. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
May I, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
June 1. 1918. .\ppointed Sergeant June 24, 1918. 



Joined Company October 25. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private April 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 
1. 1918. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot, per S. O. 
No. 68, Headquarters 82nd Division March 12, 1919. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed 
Corporal June 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 1. 
1918. Wounded by machine gun bullet September 15. 
1918. at Vandieres. Cited for gallantry in action per 
General Orders No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division. Jan- 
uary 13, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 20, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant August 1, 1918. Wounded in action by shrapnel 
October 10. 1918, near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private May 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant August 1, 
1918. Gassed September 15. 1918. near Vandieres. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



James N. Walker, 

Monticello, Ga. 



Casper Lowenstein, 
198 Stevens Ave., 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Richard F. Ryan, 

113 Common St., 

Quincy, Mass. 

William F. Schick, 
29 East Liberty St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Albert C. Markert, 
1007 Townsend St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Tokaturo N. Slocum, 
315 South Main St., 

Minot, N. D. 



Henry Williams, 

Ratcliff, Texas. 



Virgil A. Finer, 

Muncie, Ind. 

Arthur J. Trinque, 
131 Ash St., 

Gardner, Mass. 



Joined Company September 6, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private October 20, 1917. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant July 1, 1918, per S. 0. No. 182, General Head- 
quarters, A. E. F. Left Company July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company November 21, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private December 20, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant May 9, 1918. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant July 
1, 1918, per S. 0. No. 182. General Headquarters, A. E. F. 
Left Company July 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 20, 1917. Transferred July 29, 
1918. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private December 20, 1917. Transferred July 30, 
1918. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Ser- 
geant from Private December 20, 1917. Transferred De- 
cember 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 
from Private October 1, 1918. Transferred February 15. 
1919. per S. 0. No. 31, Headquarters 328th Infantry to 
Headquarters Company. 

Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant October 1, 1918. 
Wounded by machine gun bullet October 10, 1918, near 
Cornay. 

Joined Company October 29. 1918, as Sergeant. Trans 
ferred to Company B, 326th Infantry, January 21, 1919 

Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri 
vate 1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Cor 
poral October 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant December 1 
1918. Cited for gallantry in action per General Orders 
No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 13, 1919 
Transferred to Company B, 326th Infantry, January 21, 
1919. 



Harry W. Hayes, 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 



Keith S. Crawley, 

Alpha, Minn. 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
June 15, 1918. Transferred to Company B, 326th Infantry, 
January 21, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private Jtme 10, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Appointed Sergeant December 1, 1918. 
Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot, per S. 0. No. 68, 
Headquarters 82nd Division, March 12, 1919. 



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Ray B. Sias, 

58 Fort St., 
Northampton, Mass. 



Joined Company April 23, _J18. Appointed Corporal 
from Private July 20, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Decem- 
ber 1, 1918. Transferred to 1st Replacement Depot, per 
S. O. No. 68, Headquarters 82nd Division, March 12, 
1919. 



Ross Anthis, 



Hazelton, Ind. 



Thomas C. Organ, 

65 Clinton St., 

Brockton, Mass. 



Jeremiah A. Phelan, 
242 East 128th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 14, 1918. as Corporal. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant December 1. 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot, per S. O. No. 68. Headquarters 82nd 
Division, March 12, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15, 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
February 16, 1919. Wounded by machine gun bullet Oc- 
tober 8. 1918. near Cornay. Cited per G. O. No. 1, Head- 
quarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4. 1919. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 15. 1917. Appointed Sergeant 
March 15, 1919. Wounded by machine gun bullet Octo- 
ber 8, 1918, in Comay. Awarded D. S. C. for gallantry 
in action per General Order No. 48, Headquarters 82nd 
Division, December 28, 1918. 



George W. Planty, 
978 Bellevue Ave., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 



Frederick Cleveland, 

Terra Haute, Ind. 

MosE Rosental, 

888 East 20th St., 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral June 15, 1918. Appointed Sergeant March 15, 1919. 
Cited per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Bri- 
gade, May 4, 1919. 



Joined Company November 9. 1918, as Corporal, 
minted Sergeant March 15, 1919. 



Ap- 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. as Private 1st Class. 
.Appointed Corporal December 1, 1918. Appointed Ser- 
geant March 15, 1919. 



James E. Calloway, 

Menlo, Ga 



Joseph 0. Menard, 
189 McGowan St., 

Fall River, Mass. 

Charles Geiounie, 
615 Union St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Emanuel Treeful, 

Eagleville Road, 

Tiverton, R. I. 



COKPOEALS 

Joined Company September 7, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private April 12, 1918. Wounded by machine 
gun bullet October 8, 1918, near Cornay. Transferred De- 
cember 30. 1918, to 243 M. P. Company. 

Joined Company November 14. 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private February 1,' 1918. Gassed October 7, 
1918. near Cornay. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 1, 1918. Transferred December 30, 
1918, to 243 M. P. Company. 

Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 1, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel 
September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Edward Williams, 

291 Chestnut St., 

Holyoke, Mass. 

John F. Casey, 

79 Francis St., 

Waltham, Mass. 



Joined Company October 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 1, 1918. Gassed October 10, 1918, 
near Cornay. 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 20, 1917. Evacuated to hospital 
sick October 2, 1918. 



Fred E. Wilder, 

Sterlina;, Mass 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 20, 1917. Wounded by shrapnel 
October 14, 1918, in Sommerance. 



Stanley Steves, 

Raquette Lake, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral April 12, 1918. Killed in line of duty July 6, 1918. 
Buried near Alinois, where the Mobile Hospital No. 39 
was situated. 



George J. Donlan, 

1510 Mt. Pleasant Ave., 

Burlington, Iowa. 

George R. Rhoades, 

Beverly, III. 

David W. Minshew, 

Berlin, Ga. 



Oliver Sharrar, 

Fertings, 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 1, 1918. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. 
from Private June 1, 1918. 



Appointed Corporal 



Joined Company December 17, 1917. Appointed Cor- 
poral from Private June 11, 1918. Killed in line of duty 
July 7, 1918, near Buconville. Buried near Alinois, where 
the Mobile Hospital No. 39 was situated. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 11, 1918. Wounded by machine gun 
bullet October 8, 1918, in Comay. Awarded D. S. C. for 
gallantry in action, per General Orders No. 48, Headquar- 
ters 82nd Division, December 28, 1918. 



Oliver McLaughlin. 
Mt. Bracklock, 



William R. Allen, 

Talladega, Ala. 

William H. Carles, 
114 14th Ave., 

Juniata, Pa. 

Crea R. Van Dongen, 

Cerro Gardo, 111. 



Elmer H. Rapp, 

Shannon City, Iowa. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 11, 1918. Wounded by machine gun 
bullet October 8, 1918, near Cornay. Cited per G. O. No. 
1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 1, 1918. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private June 11, 1918. Wounded and taken prisoner 
October 10, 1918, near Cornay. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15. 1918. Appointed Corporal Au- 
gust 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Taken prisoner October 10, 1918, near 
Cornay. 



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Lucius McClain, 

Social Circle, Ga. 



Everett B. Hogan, 

Tarboio, N. C. 



James T. Dampier, 



Harry T. Lucas, 



Adel, Ga 



Nalo, Pa. 



Dallas P. Ewtgn. 

South Pittsburg, Tenn. 



James Greenhalgh, 

Plainfleld, Conn. 



Olin Handshy, 

211 East Summer St., 

Hillsboro, 111. 

Joseph P. Glenn, 

1119 East 6th St., 

Muncie, Ind. 

Augustus Carter, 

Anna, 111. 

Samuel Lacoe, 

292i/o South St., 
Northampton, Mass. 



Robert J. Bethel, 
North Fork, 

Madera Co., Cal. 

William D. Dailey, 

Labelville, Tenn. 



William M. Gilstrap, 

Chickamauga, Ga. 



Neil Ausmus, 



Liberty, 111. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel October 14, 1918, 
near Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June: 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1. 1918. Transferred to Headquarters Company 
October 6, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
August 1. 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 1, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel Oc- 
tober 18, 1918. Transferred from Company January 16, 
1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private August 1, 1918. Killed in action on Octo- 
ber 8, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company October 21, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private October 1, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel Oc- 
tober 10, 1918, near Cornay. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918, as Corporal. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918, as Corpor 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 1, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1918. Cited for gallantry in action per Gen- 
eral Order No. 1, Headquarters 82nd Division, January 
13, 1919. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 
Appointed Corporal December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1918. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private December 1, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
December 1, 1918. 



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Ernest L. Rohm, 

Waterloo, Ind. 

James G. Murphy, 

234 West 122ncl St., 

New York, N. Y. 

William Odenwald, 
1813 Second Ave., 

New York, N. \. 



Thomas J. Brennan, 
47 Hillside St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 

William Reilly, 

1704 Park Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

William B. Helms, 

Enterprise, Ala. 



Almon 0. Thresher, 
1081 Chestnut St., 

Riverside, Cal. 



August J. Mast, 



Payson, 111. 



Jack Lyon, 



Buena Vista, 



John A. Dupes, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 



Allen F. Sciiichtel, 

Orchard Park, N. Y. 



Joe D. Hiers. 



Barney, Ga. 



Levi M. Woods, 

1703 Fulton St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Joined Company January 12, 1919, as Corporal. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in line of duty 
July 18, 1918, near Raulecourt. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 10, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 15, 1919. Wounded in action by machine 
gun bullet October 9, 1918. Awarded D. S. C. for gal- 
lantry in action per General Order No. 48, Headquarters 
82nd Division, December 28, 1918. 

Joined Company April 26, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Corporal 
from Private February 16, 1919. Cited for gallantry in 
action per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brig- 
ade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 16, 1919. Transferred February 26, 1919, to 1st 
Replacement Depot. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 
Appointed Corporal February 16, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
February 16, 1919. 

Joined Company February 15, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral February 16, 1919. Cited for gallantry in action per 
G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 
4, 1919. 

Joined Company March 31, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. Gassed October 7, 1918, near Cornay. 
Cited per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Bri- 
gade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16, 1919. Appointed Corporal 
March 15, 1919. 

Joined Company December 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 10, 1918. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. Cited for gallantry in action per 
G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 
4, 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16, 1919. Appointed Cor- 
poral March 15, 1919. 



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Robert L. Williams, 

Billingsley, Ala 



John D. Blumenfeld, 
15th and Potters St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Franklin F. Pelcher, 
315 Seymore St., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

August Mauss, 

1116 Paseo St., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Robert J. Boone, 

1204 North Main St., 

Houston, Texas. 



Cooks 

Joined Company September 6, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private October 20, 1917. Cited for gallantry in 
action per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Bri- 
gade May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company October 21, 1917. Appointed Cook 
from Private November 26. 1917. Transferred to 1st Re- 
placement Depot per S. O. No. 56, Par. 14. Headquarters 
82nd Division, February 25, 1919. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class February 1, 1918. Appointed Cook June 15, 
1918. 

Joined Company January 12, 1919, as Cook. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. Appointed Cook 
from Private March 15, 1919. 



Percy Sawood, 

Exeter, N. H. 



Jacob S. King, 

801 Carolina St., 

Pekin, 111. 



Buglers 

Joined Company October 25, 1917. Appointed Bugler 
from Private February 1, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company November 9, 1918, as Bugler. 



Vincent Bruno, 

South St., 
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 

Edward J. McL.iughlin, 

Hoklen, Mass. 



Christan I. Hauge, 

Guthrie Center, Iowa. 

Claude M. Murphy, 
10th Ave., South, 

Albany, Ala. 



Mechanics 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Mechanic 
April 10, 1918. Evacuated to hospital January 13, 1919. 
Transferred February 26, 1919, to 1st Replacement De- 
pot. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1. 1918. Appointed Me- 
chanic April 10, 1918. Wounded in action October 9, 
1918, near Cornay. 



Appointed Mechanic 



Joined Company April 5. 1918. 
from Private February 15. 1919. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Mechanic 
from Private February 16, 1919. 



Privates and Privates First Class 



D.\niel Aberle. 



Morton, 111. 



Joined Company February 14. 1919, as Private. 



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James 0. Agree, 

Concrete, Col. 

Kenneth C. Akin, 

Johnston City, 111. 

Joseph Alterowitz, 
35 Fairvievv Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 

Antonio Amadia, 
39 Jay St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

John Amitrono, 

Brockwayville, Pa. 

Whit Anderson, 

18 GarhiU St.. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Joseph Andrezeski, 

Rossiler, Pa. 

August Apelt, 

Fredericksburg, Texas. 

August Appenbrink, 
814 Payson Ave., 

Quincy, 111. 

Alfred Baldwin, 

Sand Creek, Wis. 

Emmitt H. Baldwin. 



Ernest T. Barrett, 

Westminster, Mass. 



JuDAH Bass, 

2894 Eighth Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Angelo Batistich. 

Johnsonburg, Pa. 

Christ Bauer, 

728 Hawk Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Morris Beckman. 

Frank Belott, 

Box 64, 

Elnora, N. Y. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 
Joined Company Februaty 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 9, 1917. Appointed Private 
l.-a Class from Private February 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. 



Joined Company October 20. 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 14. 191B. near Sommerance. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Later reported 
died of wounds. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company July 24. 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company January 16, 1919. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Taken prisoner 
October 10. 1918, near Cornay. Later assigned to Com- 
pany B, 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company October 28, 1917. Gassed October 7, 
1918, near La Forge. Battalion Runner. 



Joined Company July 24, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company July 3, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel October 16, 1918, near Sommerance. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Gassed Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, near Vandieres. Regimental Runner. 



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Joseph 0. Benoit, 

24 Winchester St., 

Providence, R. I. 

Roy N. Benson, 
2514 N. California Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

John M. Bektrand, 
1918 East 4th Ave., 

Pine Bluff, Ark. 



Orville C. Bibby, 

Camby, Texas. 

Gerhart Bissincer, 
1112 N. McNulta St., 

Bloomington, 111. 

Joseph Bitz, 

213 Atena St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cornelius Blessing, 
39 South Wood St., 

Battle Creek, Mich. 

Frank L. Bly, 

Fulton, White Side Co., 111. 

Benjamin Borgh. 



Nick Borzachiello, 
180 Seventh Ave., 

Nswark, N. J. 



Richard Bottelbergh, 
179 Yates St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 
? 
George W. Boutelle, 

Richmond, 111. 

George G. Boyce, 

Fredonia, N. Y. 

William F. Bradley, 
1055 East Main St., 

Decatur, 111. 

Thomas Brennan, 

200 East 65th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Forest Brock. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Private 
Isl Class from Private April 12, 1918. Accidenta'ly in- 
jured by water cart August 20, 1918, while in line of duty. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918., 



Joined Company July 3, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. Wounded in ac- 
tion by machine gun bullet October 9, 1918, near Cornay, 
while acting in the capacity of stretcher bearer. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 
Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company July 3, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company July 24. 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Killed in action 
in Vandieres September 15, 1918, from shell fire. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
October 31, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Battalion, 328th Infantry, January 15, 1919. 



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Barton I. Brown, 

10 Elm Terrace, 
South Manchester, Conn. 

Otis B. Browning, 

Glenwood, Ga. 

Vincent Brush, 

248 Fourth Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Herbert Bryant, 

Sanger, Texas. 

William H. Bunger, 
1815 Ogeechee Road, 

Savannah, Ga. 



Thomas M. Burns. 

Le Sueur, Minn. 



Robert J. Burris, 

Delphi, Ind. 

Stephen N. Cannon, 
R. F. D. No. 5, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Transferred to 1st Re- 
placement Depot February 25, 1919. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Accidentally wounded 
by rifle bullet September 4, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company February ] 1, ] 319. 



Joined Company April 11, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Killed in action by 
machine gun bullet October 15, 1918, on St. Georges Road. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Com- 
pany A, 110th Infantry. 



Luciano Caporosa. 
1612 Penn Ave., 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Franklin 0. Carpenter. 



Mike Caruso, 
Monenara, Prov. Veneventa, 
Italy 



John C. Casey, 

Madrid, N. ^. 



Joined Company November 20, 1917. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company January 16, 1919. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded by 
shrapnel October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Reported to have 
died from wounds. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. Taken prisoner near 
Coinay October 10, 1918. Later transferred to Company 
B, 328th Infantry. 



Jadouin Cassard, 

521 West 135th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Philip Chappy, 

855 Astor St., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



Jomed Company October 29, 1918. 



Gaetano Cenami, 

11 Saratoga St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Benjamin Chlevin. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Wounded by 
shrapnel September 4, 1918, near Cartooney. Transferred 
to 1st Replacement Depot February 25, 1919. 

Joined Company July 24, 1918. Transferred to 1st Re- 
placement Depot March 5, 1919. 



William Chouinard, 
32 Decatur St., 

Lowell, Mass. 

GoNiE H. Christensen, 

Walnut, Iowa. 

Joseph Christnowich, 
172 First St., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Nelson W. Churchill, 

Delphi, Ind. 

Michael Cincerra. 
500 Monroe St., 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Antonio Cinque, 

453 East 84th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



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Joined Company November 13, 1917. 



Jesse J. Cobb, 



Rhi: 



Joseph Coppula, 

No. 3 Castella, 
Minaredegolfo, Prov., 

Italy. 

James G. Cowart, 

Westminster, S. C. 

Robert B. Craig, 

Resaca, Ga. 

Frank Cramer, 

Braddock St., 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Elmer R. Creamer, 
442 S. Washington Ave., 
Danville, 111. 

James T. Crews, 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class Irom Private February 16, 1919. 



November 16, 1917. 



Joined Company November 9, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 16, 1917. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private April 11, 1918. Taken prisoner 
October 10, 1918, near Cornay. Returned to Company 
January 12, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. Died later 
in hospital. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel October 10, 1918. near Cornay. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15. 1918. Shell shocked Septem- 
ber 15, 1918. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Wounded in 
action by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Frank E. Croft, 

\iles, Ohio. 

Maurice P. Crusemire, 
1646 Mervine St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company July 24, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
October 11, 1918. 

Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. Qted for gal- 
lantry in action per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 



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History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Pierre Daigneault, 
87 Choate St., 

Fall River, Mass. 

Carlo D'Antonio, 

588 Carroll St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carmino Dapolito, 
279 East 153rd St., 

New York, N. Y. 



John W. Delong, 



Tauro, Iowa. 



Harley S. Densmore, 
11 Spring St., 

Contoocook, N. H. 

John L. Deorle* 

Plainville, 111. 

Jesse H. Derby, 

Route No. 1, 

Earvia, Iowa. 

Otto G. Derkson, 

Basco, 111. 

James L. Dodd, 

1002 Fairview Ave., 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Pasquale Dogostano, 
1337 64th St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Donovan, 

1410 North Lee St., 

Bloomington, 111. 

George J. Donnelly, 
2823 Orms St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Francis Drake, 

Winter Road, 111. 

Lawrence Drawve, 

Rushville, 111. 

John 0. Drennan, 

4134 Colorado Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 
Abraham Dubin, 

856 East 178th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Accidentally killed in 
line of duty September 26, 1918. Buried at Auzeville, near 
Camp Rewlleau. 



Joined Company October 25, 1917. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Gassed October 20, 
1918, near Sommerance. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Transferred to Com- 
pany B. 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 15, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company December 15, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 17. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 10, 1918, near Cornay. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot March 12, 1919. 

Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16, 1919. Wounded in 
action by shrapnel October 16. 1918, near Sommerance. 



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William Duffield, 

Pudy, Iowa. 

Luke E. Easley, 

Route No. 4, 

Comanche, Texas. 

Henry L. Eckert, 

1618 Lawrence St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Wounded in 
action September 15. 1918, in Vandieres. Died of wound 
later. 



Arthur H. Eickhoff, 

Fountain, Minn. 

Alfred Engelhardt, 

Mason, Texas. 

Earl D. Engle, 

Blandinsville, 111. 

Harvie Ernest, 

2424 North Overs Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Thomas L. Evans, 

White City, Texas. 

Howard Evans, 

Brandywine Summit, Pa. 

Angelo Fagnani, 

242 Limldll Road, 

Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

William Fallon, 

616 Water St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Peter J. Faust, 

2314 Winnemac Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

Ernest Feazell, 

Blue Mountain, Ala. 

Santo Fede, 

43 Romeyn St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Robert L. Ferguson. 



Edward M. Flala, 

2055 West 47th St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Herman W. Ficken, 

Larell, Okla. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918, as Private 1st Clas 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8. 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded by shrap- 
nel October 14, 1918, near Sommerance. 



Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company November 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Wounded by shrapnel 
September 15, 1918, near Norroy. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Transferred to Supply 
Company December 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



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Arthur Fielding, 

9 Texas Ave., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Emil Finholm, 

Carlshend, Mich. 

William Fiore, 

517 East 174th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

William H. Folsom, 

Morven, Ga. 

Walter W. Fleece, 

Itasca, Texas. 

Edward F. Fox, 

237 Crawford St., 

Fall River, Mass. 

Oder L. Freeman, 

Reagan, Tenn. 

Jacob Fulder, 

3342 West 39th St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Russel W. Fulwider, 
R. R. No. 14, 

Greentown, Ind. 

John J. Furlong, 

219 Meadow St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 

Charles E. Furrer, 

Osceola, Iowa. 

Anthony Gabolitis, 
104 28th St., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Alexander Gallant, 
17 Carpenter St., 
North Tivirton, R. I. 

Vincent Gallo, 

26 First Waverly Ave., 

Pathague, N. Y. 

Walton A. Gardner, 

Dallas, Texas. 

Emanuel A. Garcia, 

Red Wing, Colo. 

Amos F. Garrett, 

Silverton, Brisko Co., 

Texas. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company April 19. 1918. Wounded September 
15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private April 11, 1918. 



Joined Company February 18. 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick October 2, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company January 12, 1919. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918. near Vandieres. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 
Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. Appointed Priv 
1st Class from Private March 1. 1919. 



William J. Gaynor, 
Bridgeport Ave., 

Shelton, Conn. 

Van T. George, 

Hillsboro, Texas. 

Peter H. Germann, 

2764 Atlantic Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Francesco Gerinimo, 
226 Crescent St., 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

Ermilindo Giberti, 

Polinago, Promodermo, 

Italy. 

George Gilmore, 

37 Church St., 

Bridgewater, Mass. 

Alvin Gilkinson, 

Sweetwater, 111. 

Robert 0. Cleaves, 
1030 Seymour Ave., 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Orville Glenn, 

564 North 12th St., 

New Castle, Ind. 

Abe J. GOLDFARB. 

171 Eldrich St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Lawson Goodman, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Carlton, Ala. 

EuLUS A. Goree, 

Haynesville, La. 

Emil H. Graf, 

2426 Aubert Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

Walter J. Graham, 
5 Coulton Place, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

William A. Grahlman, 
Dorach, Ontario. Canada. 

Samuel Harowitz, 

89 Amsterdam Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



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Joined Company October 25. 1917. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Wounded in action 
by machine gun bullet October 10. 1918. near Comay. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15. 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private April 12, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company June 17. 1918. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 10. 1918. 



Joined Company July 22. 1918. 



Joined Company October 26. 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company November 8. 1917, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company November 8. 1918. 

Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16. 1919. 



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John H. Harrod, 

Route No. 2, 

Barney, Ga. 

CH.4RLES Herman, 

634 Jerome St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Walter Hollycross. 

Joe Holmes, 

Carlton, Ga. 

Homer L. Huff, 

La Harpe, HI. 

James J. Hughes, 

20 Lake St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Viktor Holm, 

Monger, Minn. 

Albert E. Jacobs, 

Milnesville, Luzern Co., 

Pennsylvania. 

Charles W. Jarvis, 
R. R. No. 2, 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

B. L. Jemison. 

Emil G. Johnson, 

106 West Tamarack St., 

Iron Wood, Mich. 

James E. Johnson, 

2327 Talbot St., 

Columbus, Ga. 

Mallie L. Johnson, 

Clintonville, Ala. 

Philip H. Johnson, 

Marquette, Mich. 

Joe Kase, 

Lufkin, Angelina Co., 

Texas. 

Michael F. Kelly, 
5 Bonders Court, 

Amesbury, Mass. 

Ernest H. Kelley, 

Tuskegee, Ala. 



Joined Company December 19, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Qass from Private March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company October 31, 1917. 

Joined Company July 24, 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918. near Vandieres. 

Joined Company December 13, 1918. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class February 16, 1919. Wounded in action by shrapnel 
October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. 
Joined Company October 31, 1918. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class June 15, 1918. Wounded in action by shrapnel 
September 13, 1918, near Pont-a-Mousson. 

Joined Company July 24, 1918. Transferred to L Com- 
pany, 328th Infantry, July 31, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. Transferred July 24. 
1918, to Army Candidate School. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
sick June 2, 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 
Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private April 12, 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company April 19, 1918. 
1918, near La Forge. 



Gassed October 7. 



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447 



Bailey J. King, 

Woden, Texas. 

Jacob Klein, 

286 Brook Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 
Jacob Kuferstein, 

207 Valley St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



William J. Laporte, 
37 Short St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Nicholas Lardieri, 
15 Sixth Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 

Ralph E. Leavitt, 
119 Pine St., 

Gardner, Mass. 

Tom Lebeda, 

Eordewka, Russia. 

Michael Lechman. 

Edward Lehman, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Wilcox, Pa. 
Joseph Lemelin, 

Quinapoxet, Mass. 

RoDOLPH Lester, 

Morven, Ga. 

Hyman Levinson, 

13 Varet St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Reece Lewis, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Arturo Liberi. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lon Lindsey. 

Quinlan, Texas. 

Daniel H. Lockwood, 

Cheshire, Mass. 



Henry J. Loser, 

2118 Trantland Ave., 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Joined Company January 16, 1919. 
Joined Company November 1, 1917. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Killed in action Octo- 
ber 16, 1918, near Sommerance. Cited for gallantry in 
action per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brig- 
ade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 1, 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by rifle bullet October 8, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private April 12, 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company June 17. 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Wounded by shrap- 
nel October 27, 1918, in Fleville. 

Joined Company October 31, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company March 9, 1919. 



Joined Company October 24, 1917. Kille 
shell fire October 16, 1918, at Sommerance. 



action by 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1. 1918. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16, 1919. 

Joined Company November 17, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by machine gun bullet October 9, 1918, near Comay. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Transferred to 
Company 1 February 8, 1919. 

Joined Company October 29, 1918. 

Joined Company October 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Taken prisoner 
October 10. 1918, near Comay. Rejoined Company Jan- 
uary 12, 1919. 

Joined Company April 19, 1918. 



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Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Charles T. Lovelace, 

Gretna, Va 



Sidney H. Lovelace, 

Gretna, Va. 



Gilbert Lumby, 

R. F. D. No. 1, 

Ridgeway, Iowa. 

Thomas Lynott, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Frank McCarville, 

Cresco, Iowa. 

James J. McHugh, 

1516 North Uth St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph J. McInerney, 
206 Carroll St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PlETRO MaC.\LUSO, 

527 Jackson St., 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Charles L. Manning, 
Main St., 

Barre, Mass. 

Nathan Markowitz, 
85 Montgomery St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Charlie 0. Martin, 
R. F. D. No. 2, Box 204, 
Covington, Texas. 

Alexander Martinoits, 
217 Mifflin St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

DOMENICO MaSCARO. 

Box 36, 

Lovilla, Iowa. 

George Matthews, 
375 Van Brunt St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alexander Maxwell, 

Newgretna, N. J. 

Harry G. Maxwell. 
225 Cohancy St., 

Bridgton. N. J. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. Transferred to 1st 
Replacement Depot February 26, 1919. 



Joined Company October 29. 1918. 



Joined Company October 19, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 7, 1918, near La Forge. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick May 17. 1918, at Liverpool. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Gassed September 15, 
1918. near Vandieres. 



Joined Company January 16. 1919. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16. 1919. 



Joined Company October 19. 1917. Wounded in action 
by machine gun bullet October 8. 1918, near Comay. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 1. 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick October 7. 1918. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16. 1919. 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion October 8, 1918, near La Forge. Reported to have 
died and been buried in Chatel Chehery. 



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449 



Benjamin E. Mazure, 

Colony, Kans. 

Andrew Mazzeo, 

314 Hamilton St., 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

Joseph Merro. 

94 Center St., 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 

George Meshover. 

169 Beriman St.. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SaLVATOR J. MiLONE. 

116 East 106th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John Milson, 

1080 East 20th St., - 

Paterson, N. J. 

Carmelo Miribile, 

188 Elizabeth St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Joseph Mirsola. 

13 Melern St., 

Wakefield. Mass. 

Peter Montana, 

59 Franklin St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Ray 1. Moon, 

Colchester. 111. 

Roy I. Moon. 

Colchester, III. 

George J. Moreau, Jr., 
60 First St., 
Turners Fall, Mass. 

Paul Moya, 

323 E. Mt. Road, 
Albuquerque, N. M. 

Edward Moynihan. 
315 Elm St.. 

Lawrence, Mass. 



John J. Murphy. 

10 Lowell St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 
Joined Company November 11. 1917. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16. 1919. 



Joined Company October 28, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Killed in action 
October 8, 1918, near La Forge. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16. 1919. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16, 1919. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company October 28. 1917. 



Joined Company November 11, 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital sick September 19, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 1.5. 1918, near Vandieres. Re- 
ported to have died of wounds. 



iited Private 1st 



Joined Company April 5. 1918. 
Class from Private June 15. 1918. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15. 1918. 



Joined Company October 18, 1917. 



Joined Company November 1, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16, 1919. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918, Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 1. 1918. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 7. 1918, near La Forge. Transferred 
to B Company. 328th Infantry. 

Joined Company April 23, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private February 16. 1919. Runner Company. 
Doing exceptionally good work. Cited for gallantry in ac- 
tion per G. O. No. 1. Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade. 
May 4, 1919. 



History of Three Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Infantry 



Hugh E. Nair, • 

R. R. No. 1, 

Niles, Ohio. 



Walter Nalewaick. 
191 Broad St., 

Meriden, Conn. 



Joined Company July 24, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Killed in action 
by shell fire October 8, 1918, near Comay. 



Vincent Napoli, 

42 Hubbard Ave., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Willurd M. Nelson, 

Canton, HI. 

Frank I. New. 

105 Campbell St., 

Blairsville, Ga. 

Guiseppa Nicolozzi, 

Centerville, Iowa. 

Frederick G. Noon, 
1115 Willow Ave., 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Carl Nylander, 

2519 Aubert Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 

James J. O'Dea, 

258 West 115th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

William H. Ogden, 

Middleton, N. J. 

George J. O'Neil, 

Griswold, Iowa. 

Ernest R. Otto, 

213 East 64th St., 

Altoona, Pa. 

Jesse D. Oxford, 

Haskill, Texas. 

Harry E. Page, 

35 School St., 
North Attleboro, Mass. 



Joined Company October 17, 1917. 



Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
May 18, 1918, at Southampton, England. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 9, 1918, near Cornay. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. 

Joined Company February 24, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. Wounded by shrap- 
nel September 15, 1918, near Norroy. 

Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company April 5, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded in action 
October 7, 1918, near La Forge. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Constantine Papageorge. 
60 West 8th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

NicKOLAs Paris, 

210 Brown St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Joined Company October 26, 191^ Drowned in lake 
near Garard Sas. near Raulecourt, July 19, 1918. Buried 
near .\linois, where Mobile Hospital No. 39 was situated. 

Joined Company November 11. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



John Pavidonis, 

770 West Penn Ave., 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

MoRMAN Payne, 
Lawyers, Campbell Co., 

Virginia. 

George F. Peifer, 
R. R. No. 2, 

Lake Ariel, Pa. 

Harry Personik, 

201 Second Ave., 
College Point, N. Y. 

William G. Petty, 

Belton, Texas. 

Joseph Pezzullo, 

39 Knight St., 

Providence, R. L 

William Phillip. 



Benjamin F. Pompper, 

Harmarsville, N. J. 

George A. Porter, 

Dunbar, Pa. 

John W. Possage, 

5421 Butler St., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Joseph Puglizi, 

24 Delancy St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Joseph J. Regan, 

75 Hancock St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Thomas Regan, 

144 East 43rd St., 

New York, N. Y. 

John B. Reichel, 

632 South Seventh St., 

Richmond, Ind. 

Edwardt Reinhardt, 
112 Smith St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Angelo Relale, 

4 Waterhouse St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Eighty-Second Division, A. E. F. 

Joined Company October 20, 1917. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company October 30, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded Septem- 
ber 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company October 29, 1918. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917. Killed in action 
September 15, 1918, at Vandieres. 



Joined Company July 24, 1918. Evacuated to hospital 
sick October 2, 1918. 

Joined Company November 25, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company November 1, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15, 1918. Transferred to 243 
M. P. Company December 30, 1918. 

Joined Company July 24. 1918. Wounded in action by 
shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



Joined Company January 16, 1919. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 15, 1917. Appointed Pri- 
vate 1st Class from Private April 11, 1918. Gassed Sep- 
tember 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



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Joined Company January 16. 1919. 



Max C. Reusser, 

R. R. No. 2, 

Jamestown, Mo. 

Fred Rizzo, 

82 Prospect St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



John Robertson, 

100 Trenton St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Frank Rogowicz, 

247 Jamestown St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alfred H. Rose, 

83 Oxford Ave., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

FlLIPO ROTONDI, 

127 Fields Road, 

Gates, N. Y. 

William Roy, 

62 Rosedale St., 

Providence, R. L 

ViNCENZO RULLO. 

Prospect Hill, 

Nantucket, R. L 

Frank Rzepka, 

239 East 79th St., 

New York. N. Y. 

Percy Sawood, 

81 Arlington St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Francesco Sceri. 

239 East 79th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Alston D. Schell, 
Mountain I^ake Park, Md. 



Charles Selenz, 

1438 Falknea St.. 

Pittsburg, I 

Thomas J. Shea, 

40 Walnut St., 

Hoi yoke. Ma 



Joined Company October 15, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 16, 1919. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action per G. 0. No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade. May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private March 15, 1919. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Wounded in ae- 
on by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres, 



Joined Company October 20, 1917. Appointed Pr 
1st Class from Private August 10. 1918, 



Joined Company November 15, 1917, 



Joined Company November 13, 1917, Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February- 1. 1918. 



Joined Company November 14, 1917. 



Joined Company January 16. 1919. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel October 8, 1918, near Cornay. 



Joined Company April 23. 1918. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918, Gassed September 15, 
,1918, near Vandieres, Appointed Private 1st Class from 
Private August 1, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21. 1917. 



Joined Company November 13, 1917, Evacuated to hos 
pital sick September 16, 1919. 



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453 



Isaac G. Shipman, 
R. R. No. 2. Box 3, 

Woodburn, Iowa. 

Antonio Sighorf, 

CT^, N. Y. 



Lewis Soride, 

R. R. No. 6, Box 85, 

Decaria, Iowa. 

Edward Stanton, 

Johnstown, Pa. 

William P. Sternberg, 
78 Knowlest St., 

Pralmbale, Mass. 

Stanley Stavenski, 
233 East Chestnut St., 

St. Kulpmont, Pa. 

MiCH^vEL Stetsko, 

64 Chalkin St., 

Newark, N. J. 

Charles Stubieda, 

24 West Church St., . 
Nanticoke, Pa. 

Doctor M. Stutts, 

St. Joseph, Tenn. 

John Switzis, 

54 Spring St., 

Union City, Conn. 

Walter Taylor, 

64 Normanton Ave., 
Wimbleton Park, 
London, England. 

George Taylor, 

252 Springfield Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 

Camille Theriot, 

1612 Melrose Ave., 

Seattle, Wash. 

Sam J. Threadgill, 

Port Arthur, Texas. 

Frank L. Tompkins, 

Litchfield, Conn. 



Joined Company April 5, 1918. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private June 15. 1918. Evacuated to hos- 
pital October 15. 1918. Reported to have died. Cited per 
G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th Infantry Brigade, May 
4, 1919 Jiied of d isdA&e., I^VdH^bnii- io, 19/S 



Joined Company November 8, 1918. 



Joined Company October 21, 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1. 1918. Transferred to 
Headquarters Company June 17, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 



Joined Company October 16, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private August 10. 1918. Cited for gal- 
lantry in action per G. O. No. 1, Headquarters 164th In- 
fantry Brigade, May 4, 1919. 

Joined Company October 20. 1917. 



Joined Company January 16, 1919. 
Joined Company November 13. 1917. 



Joined Company April 23, 1918. Accidentally wounded 
by auto rifle bullet July 11, 1918. 



Joined Company November 15. 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Class from Private February 1, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918. near Vandieres. 

Joined Company November 1. 1918. 



Joined Company April 2, 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private June 15, 1918. 

Joined Company October 17. 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



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Joined Company April 23, 1918. 



William Travers, 

132 West 66th St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Joseph Ursano, 

Tiriolo, Catonz, Italy. 

George D. Valchakis, 
409 High St., 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Antonio Vellucio, 
28 Mohawk St., 

Little Falls, N. Y. 

Alex Viscarto, 
1448 W. New Durham Ave., 
North Bergen, N. J. 

Charles H. Washburn, 

West Wareham, Mass. 

Lawrence Weibel, 

Wolf, Wyoming. 

Clarence Welt, 

Waldo Poro, Maine. 

Glenn M. White, 
Route No. 2, 

Centerville, Iowa. 

Hugh Wilbur, . 

Laceyville, Pa. 

John A. Williams, 

3076 Fifth Ave., 

Homestead, Pa. 

Bennie H. Witt, 

Golf Mill, Va. 

John E. Wolf, 

Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

James R. Wolfe, 

Glade Springs, Va. 

Victor S. Zachy. 
95 Main St., 
White Plains, N. Y. 

James Ziaghare, 

65 Second St., 

Summerville, N. J. 

Samuel Zuckerman. 
1511 Sterling Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joined Company November 11, 1917. Evacuated to 
pital sick October 20, 1918. 

Joined Company October 26, 1917. 



Joined Company March 27. 1917. 

Joined Company November 16, 1917. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. 

Joined Company November 1, 1918. 

Joined Company November 13, 1917. Wounded in ac- 
tion by shrapnel September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 

Joined Company April 5. 1918. Appointed Private 1st 
Class from Private August 10, 1918. Wounded by shrap- 
nel October 16, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. Appointed Private 
1st Qass from Private February 15. 1919. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company October 30. 1918. 

Joined Company February 14, 1919, as Private 1st Class. 

Joined Company October 30, 1918. 

Joined Company November 1. 1917. Wounded in action 
by shrapnel September 15. 1918, near Vandieres. lofio/ie 

Joined Company November 15. 1917. 



Joined Company October 26, 1917. Appointed Private 
1st Qass from Private February 1. 1918. Killed in action 
September 15, 1918, near Vandieres. 



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