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Full text of "Westmoreland towns in the world war"

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John A. Dovmey 



WESTMORELAND TOWNS 



-IN THE- 



WORLD WAR 




Introductory 




We present herciiiith ''Westmoreland Towns in the World War." 

This work is to commemorate the part of local towns in the winning 
of the Great War, and we trust that it will meet with the approval of all 
who may review its pages. 

Authentic war records and carefully selected photographs, such as 
appear in this book, will form the most valuable data concerning the his- 
tory of the days of 1^17 and 19 IS. The canvass was made by an exper- 
ienced force of representatives and no expense was spared to make the 
work as complete and accurate as possible. Whatever may be lacking 
comes not from want of honest endeavor on our part. 

No attempt has been made to glorify one name at the expense of 
another. By design, all have been treated as nearly as possible in the 
same way, a fact that may possibly be appreciated more sincerely by the 
service men themselves than by any others. We trust that this history 
will be loved by the children in the days to come, because it pictures 
fathers, brothers, uncles and cousins who gave their services to our 
country in time of need. , . 

We extend our sincere thanks to the business men and citizens oj 
the communities represented in this work who have shown their appreci- 
ation of the work by their patronage, also to those who so courteously 
(Assisted our representatives in collecting the information. 

We offer our book believing that it serves a useful purpose. We 
trust that it will be received in the same spirit in which it was compiled. 

O'NEIL KENNEDY, 
RALPH JV. HOOK, 
ROBERT C. BIERER, 
HENRY RUBY. 

Uniontown, Pa. 



DEDICATION 

By ROBERT C. SHAW 

EARLY in the history of America the soil of what is now 
Westmoreland County was drenched in the blood of 
the white man at the Battle of Bushy Run — the most 
decisive Indian battle in the history of the Western Con- 
tinent. Here the Red Man's power was broken forever. 
Never since then has Westmoreland County's patriotism 
wavered for a moment. She has been an active participant 
in every contest where the rights of a free people were to 
be defended. 

^ Her spirit of devotion culminates in periods of extreme 
crisis as has been evidenced in the recent World War. 
Never did the fire of patriotism burn more brightly ; never 
was the spirit of sacrifice and service more pronounced. 

^ To the young men of Westmoreland County who not 
only brought imperishable fame to their own deeds of valor 
and immortalized the manhood of our nation, but who 
made it possible for those who remained at home to conse- 
crate their services to the cause of freedom, this work is 
dedicated. 







PRESfDENT WOODROW WlLSON 



America's War Aims 

As stated by President Wilson in his message to Congress, 
April 2, 1917, recommending a declaration of war on Germany 



We are accepting this challenge of hostile purpose because 
we know that in such a Government, following such methods, we 
can never have a friend ; and that in the presence of its organ- 
ized power, always lying in wait to accomplish we know not 
what purpose, there can be no assured security for the demo- 
cratic Governments of the world. We are now about to accept 
the gage of battle with this natural foe to liberty, and shall, if 
necessary, spend the whole force of the Nation to check and nul- 
lify its pretensions and its power. We are glad now that we see 
the facts with no veil of false pretense about them to fight thus 
for the ultimate peace of the world and for the liberation of its 
peoples, the German peoples included ; for the rights of nations 
great and small, and the privilege of men everywhere to choose 
their Avay of life and of obedience. The world must be made 
safe for democracy. Its peace must be planted upon the tested 
foundations of political liberty. We have no selfish ends to 
serve. We desire no conquests, no dominion. We seek no in- 
demnities for ourselves, no material compensation for the sac- 
rifices we shall freely make. We are but one of the champions 
of the rights of mankind. We shall be satisfied when those 
rights have been made as secure as the faith and the freedom of 

nations can make them But the right is more precious 

than peace, and we shall fight for the things which we have al- 
ways carried nearest our hearts — for democracy, for the right 
of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own 
Governments, for the right and liberties of small nations, for 
a universal dominion of rights by such a concert of free peoples 
as shall bring peace and safety to all nations and make the world 
itself at last free. 




General John J. Pershing 



The American Spirit 



General Pershing's charge to the U. S. Expeditionary 
Forces in France 



You are here to expel an invading enemy from France. 
Remember also, that you are here to lift a shield above the poor 
and weak. You will be helpful therefore to refugees and to the 
aged. You will be most courteous to all women. You will 
never have an evil thought toward any young girl. It is best 
therefore to eschew the use of all wines and liquors. Be gentle 
and tender to all children. FEAR GOD. Fight Bravely, 
Honor Your Country. 

God have you in his keeping. 

"PERSHING" 



Facts and Fio(ures of National Interest 



February 3, 1917. United States severed diplomatic relations 
^vith Germany; Bernstorf dismissed. 

April 6, 191 7. United States declared war on Germany. 

June 5, 1917. Registration of all men between twenty-one 
and thirty-one years of age. 

June 26, 1017. First American troops arrived in France. 

July 20, 1917. Drawing at Washington of names for fir-;t 
army under Selective Service System. 

November 3, 1917. First clash of Americans with German 
soldiers. 

March 23, 1918. Paris bombarded by German gun seventy 
miles away. 

June S, 1918. Second registration day. 

September 12, 1918. Third registration day. 

October 6, 1918. Germany asks President Wilson for armis- 
tice. 

October 8, 1918. President Wilson refuses armistice. 

October 14, 1918. President Wilson refers Germans to 
General Foch for armistice terms. 

October 23, 1918. President Wilson refuses latest German 
peace plea. 

November 4, 1918. Allied terms sent to Germany. 

November 7, 1918. Germany's envoys enter allied lines by 
arrangement. 

November 9, 1918. Kaiser Wilhelm abdicates. 

November 10. 1918. Former Kaiser Wilhelm and his eldest 
son, Frederich Wilhelm, flee to Holland to escape widespread 
revolution throughout Germany. 

November II, 1918. At 11 a. m. the armistice which had 
been signed by the German plenipotentiaries took effect and 
fighting in the Great War ceased. American flag hoisted on 
Sedan front. 

Jime 28, 1919. Peace pact signed. 



THE GREATEST OF ALL WARS— This, the most 
frightful of wars, was fought out at a cost of approximately 
$249,000,000,000 and 10,000,000 lives. In the following table is 
shown the men in arms, the lives lost, and the total casualties 
of the leading nations involved in the war. The totals of the 
United States, Great Britain, Italy and Germany are official. 
The others are from unofficial returns. 

Men in Total 

Arms Lives Lost Casualties 

United States 3,764,700 58,478 262,723 

Great Britain 7,500,000 658,665 3,049,901 

France 6,000,000 1,100,000 4,000,000 

Italy 5,000,000 500,000 2,000,000 

Russia 14,000,000 3,500,000 5,000,000 

Belgium 350,000 50,000 300,000 

Servia 300,000 150,000 200,000 

Roumania 600,000 200,000 300,000 

Germany 11,000,000 1,580,000 4,000,000 

Austria-Hungary 7,500,000 2,000,000 4,500,000 

Turkey 1,500,000 250,000 750,000 

Bulgaria 1,000,000 50,000 200,000 

Totals 58,514,700 10,097,143 24,562,714 



At such a frightful cost was the world made safe for 
democracy. It was a struggle between autocracy and democracy, 
and the latter was victorious. It was the greatest war in the 
history of the world, no matter from what angle it was viewed. 



ESTIMATED COST IN MONEY 

The Entente Allies The Central Powers 

Russia $30,000,000,000 Germany $45,000,000,000 

Britain 52,000,000,000 .\ustria- 

France 32,000,000,000 Hungarj' 25,000,000.000 

LTnited States... 40.000,000,000 Turkey 5,000,000.000 

Italy 12,000,000,000 Bulgaria 2,000,000.000 

Roumania 3,000,000.000 

Serbia 3,000,000,000 



$172,000,000,000 $77,000,000,000 

Grand total of estimated cost in money, $249,000,000,000. 

The following table compares the cost of the greater wars: 

Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815 $ 6,250,000,000 

Crimean War, 1853-1856 1,700,000.000 

.\merican Civil War, 1861-1865 8,000,000.000 

Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 3,500,000.000 

South African War, 1900-1902 1,250,000,000 

Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 2,500,000,000 

The World War, 1914-1918 249,000,000,000 



The following tabulation 
nations and their populations 
before its close : 
Countries 
L^nited States . . 
Anstria-Hungani' 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Brazil 23.000,000 

China 420,000,000 

Costa Rica 425,000 

Cuba 2,500,000 

France 90,000,000 



Population 

1 10,000,000 

50,000,000 

8,000,000 

5,000,000 



Guatemala . . 
Germany . . . 
Great Britain 

Greece 

Haiti 

Honduras . . . 



2,000,000 

67,000,000 

440,000,000 

5,000,000 

2,000,000 

600,000 



gives a list of the twenty-eight 
which were engaged in the war 

Countries Population 

Italy 37,000,000 

Japan 54.000,000 

2,000,000 

500,000 

700,000 

400,000 

15,000,000 

7,500,000 

180,000,000 

10,000 

4,500,000 

6,000,000 



Liberia 

Montenegro . . 
Nicaragua . . . 

Panama 

Portugal . . . . 
Roumania . . . 

Russia 

San Marino . . 

Serbia 

Siam 



Turkey 42,000,000 



Total 1,575.135,000 



For comparison 
twenty-two nations 
in the war : 
Countries 

Abyssinia 

Afghanistan 

.\rgentina 

Bolivia 

Chile 

Colombia 

Denmark 

Dominican Republic 

Ecuador 

Mexico 

Nepal 

Holland 



with the above there is shown a list of the 
and their populations which took no part 



Poulation 
8,000,000 
6,000,000 
8,000,000 
2,500,000 
5,000,000 
5,000,000 
3,000,000 
710,000 
1,500,000 

15,000,000 
4,000,000 

40,000,000 



Countries Poulation 

Norway 2,500,000 

Paraguay 800,000 

Peru 4,500,000 

Persia 9,000,000 

Salvador 1,250,000 

Spain 20,000,000 

Sweden 6,000,000 

Switzerland 3,750,000 

Uruguay 1,250,000 

Venezuela 2,800,000 



Total 150,560,000 



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Over four million Americans were inidcr arms when the 
armistice was signed. Of these, more than two million were 
upon the fields of France and Italy. 



Canada sent approximately 800.000 men overseas and sus- 
tained casualties amounting to 220,182. Of these 60.383 were 
killed or died from disease, 155.790 were wounded and 4,000 
were missing or prisoners. 



Deserters from the German army who fled to Switzerland, 
Holland, and other neutral countries while the war w'as in 
progress numbered 100,000, a record unequalled by the army of 
any other countrj-, unless, perhaps, that of Austria-Hungary. 
These figures do not take into consideration the large number 
of Germans on the western front who, by taking advantage 
of the first opportunitj- to surrender to the Allied troops as 
prisoners of war, proved themselves to be mere deserters. H 
the whole record could be compiled it would show a wide and 
deep yellow streak in the German army. 



The Selective Service Law, in force during the war, was 
in no way similar to the "Draft Law" of the Civil War. The 
Selective Service system prohibited the acceptance of substitutes 
for men selected for military duty. The obligation to render 
military service was personal and could not be transferred. 



Nine soldiers of the American Expeditionary force were 
hanged and one was shot for criminal offenses during the war. 
Two of the hangings were for murder, seven men were hanged 
for rape, of whom six were negroes. There was a single 
execution for desertion. 



More than 6,000 members of the American Expeditionary 
force received decorations from General Pershing. Medals of 
honor, the highest award provided by this government, were 
conferred on 78, distinguished service crosses on 5,271, and 
distinguished service medals on 941. These figures do not in- 
clude decorations bestowed through the War department. 



One hundred and ninety-eight deaths among the 19,877 
American Red Cross nurses who served during the war, repre- 
sents the contribution in human life of American womanhood 



toward winning the war. In the American Red Cross building 
in Washington, a beautiful service flag commemorates their 
sacrifice. A single blue star represents the 19,877 Red Cross 
nurses in active war dutj', no matter where stationed. 



Officers, enlisted men, field clerks and members of the Army 
Nurse Corps, who served on active duty in the Army of the 
LTnited States at any time between April 6, 1917, and November 
II, 1918, are entitled to wear the Victory Button. The button 
is silver for those wounded in action and bronze for all others. 



Design for the "Victory Medal'' to be given to ever}' 
American who took part in the world war was approved, 
X^ovember 14, 1919, by the Secretarj- of War. The medal will 
be of bronze about the size of a silver dollar. On the one side 
will be a figure of Victory with the description, "The Great War 
of Civilization," and on the reverse side the names of the Allied 
and Associated Powers. 



The law providing for the payment of a bonus of $60.00 
to every discharged soldier, sailor and marine, including officers, 
was adopted February 24, 1919. 



The government's plan of insurance and compensation, with 
its provision covering disability, was devised to take the place 
of a pension system. Service men can obtain insurance from 
the government at a much lower rate than a civilian could 
possibly obtain it. This is made possible because the govern- 
ment charges the policyholders nothing for administration, and 
bears the extra mortality costs. Government insurance is ab- 
solutely free from all restrictions as to travel, residence, or 
occupation. Under a recent ruling, discharged soldiers, sailors 
and marines, who have dropped or cancelled their insurance, 
may reinstate it within eighteen months after discharge without 
paying the back premiums. If the policyholder is unable to keep 
the full amount of War Risk Insurance he carried while in 
service, he may reinstate part of it from $1,000 up to $10,000, 
in multiples of $500. Reductions may be made in multiples of 
$500 to any amount, but not less than $1,000. 



A red chevron, point up, midway between the elbow and 
the shoulder, on the left sleeve denotes that a service man has 
been honorably discharged. 



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When \\.a\. \v:is iloclarod fraiip.niv I of tMociisbiii-i; 
was rccrum-il Ui 150 men ami 3 ullU-crs, In a few. wi-cks 
orders were issued In diseliavKe all married men and 4S 
names w-ere aocmdingly dropped from llie rolls. 
Scvcnly-cij;lil men were examined before the comiviiiy 
was ajjain recruited to {\ill slrenKlh. Then came Ili'e 
call mlo federal service of all National Guard units and 
the company was moliilized on July 15. l<)ir- 

Company I. loth I'a. Inf. N. t;. was made up of men 
livmg m and about tMcensbm\'. l"a., lesiiiiental liead- 
quavlers jieins at Grecnsburg and (."ompanv I, ^rd Pa. 
Inf. N. G. was made tip of men from Philadelplna Pa 
and nearby towns. The Pennsvlvania National Guard 
was reorganized as the Twcnlv-eisth aniiy division at 



Gamp Hancock. .Xu^nisia. Geo,,.ia. ,,n October i^, i.„; 
.;md .1 was there that Com,«ny I „f ,he „ld "Fighling 
lenth and tompaiiy I of the ,,rd Pa. Inf. N G were 
mevKed fonm.ig the One Hundred Tenth U. S. Infanlrv 
under eon.mami of Ueut. Col. Hen.y Coulter and, latei^, 
(-0I. lieorge Kemp. 

On September 7, ,917, the contpany left Greensburg 
and a^r,^ e.1 at C a,np Hancock on September Qlh With- 
weeks the reorgnnizaiion was effected and the 



few 



oullit was give.1 the new standard , f comnanv and regi- 
mental mnnlvers. From Oct, l*r ,.., ,0,- until April 
-4. KllS the company carried out an intensive drill 
schclule and 00 tins latter dat. entrained for Camp Mer- 
ntt, .\ew Jersey. Here the ..rganization was inspected 



ajitl equipped (or oversea.^ sciun- .ind. on May J, l»^lS, 
arrived at Pier 6.) at the foot of 26th .Street, New York 
City where it hoarded the transport Ausonia. The Iwtat 
left on the morning of May 3rd and dr)cked at Liverpool, 
Kiigland, on May i6th. The comjiany proceeded to 
Dover by train and crossed the Channel to Calais, con- 
voyed by submarine chasers, aeroplanes and dirigible 
baloons. Here the company received ICnglish rifles and 
gas masks and commenced final intensive training back 
of the British lines. 

The Twenty-eighth Division was engaged in the Chani- 
pagnc-Mame defensixe; the ;\isne-Marne ofTensive; the 
Fismes sector; the Oise-.\isne offensive; the Meusc- 
.■\rgonne offensive, and the Thiacourl sector. Its total 



ca..iualties wcit J.s.i.i.v i-,ukiig lii^t among all national 
guard divisions and only exceeded in the crUire American 
army by the I-'irst and Sccrnd Divisions of regulars. 
The division was six times mentioned by the crjmmand- 
ing general of the Sixth I''rcn:h army f)f which it was a 
|)arl, and once by General M.mgiti of the Tenth l''rcncli 
army. It was first cited by fJeneral Pershing on August 
z8, 1918, and at divers times Uiereafter by its American 
corps and army commanders. After the armistice the 
Twenty-eighth Division was [laced in the .\rmy of Oc- 
cupation until January 13, 19J9. Kelicved of this duty, 
it moved back into France to prepare to embark for 
home, J 

Company I embarked for tlhe United States the latter 

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|i,irl r;l .\pnl I'ji'j, and landed at I'lnladelphia during 
the second week in May. The division went to Camp 
Dix, New Jersey, for demobilization, reluming to Phil- 
adei|ihia May 15 for a final parade and review. The 
company was officially discharged from service May 23. 
i^iy, twenty-two months from the time of muster at 
Greensburg and with one year's overseas service. 
Officiai. Rostkk or Company "I" 



Captain 

First Lieut. , . . . 
First Sergeant... 
Mess Sergeant... 
Supply Sergeant. 



Wade T. Kline. 

. . . Robert B. Herbert. 
...\rlluir J. Donalson. 

Robert L. Potts. 

Richard C. Blank. 







.^vim-.un 1,. 

Scrgcanl 'J 


V isi-.ir ( 1 '.Hi>oii 

Janic-i Antlerson 


SiTjieaiu 


Richard A. Ticc 


Sergeant . . 


I larry A. Bomcr 


ScrtiomU . , 


Henry King 


St-rgcant ^ 


Robert Ilnrlcigh 


SvrBc.-int 1 


Orbe W. Decker 


SiTgcaut j 


WilbtTt M McCoIly 


OorjioraU— Jolm U. C«slii;>| 


ames K. I nixal. Cyrus C. Alcorn. 


Thomas C. Wylic, Jo] 


\V. Donahlson, Kcister J. Hocy, 


Thomas P. Hainan. Dl 


iiiic Terrera, Geo. \V. R»unbangh, 


Harry W C.uarino, HaJ 


1. Mallcy. Craig C. Hill. \Vm R. 


Johnslon, IHoyd J. K 


IS. ilias, R. Annbrnsh. \Vm. I\ 


Kichl, Scauor A. KcjiJ 





Meclianics— Clyde C. McIIvainc. James H. Deal. 

linglcrs— Dean C Griffith. Marquis J. Steele. 

Privates— First Class— Harry S. Brean, Frank Coleslock, Wm. 
J. Fagan, Carl F. Hamrock. Otis M. Johnson. Chas. W. 
Kcister. \Vm. B. Madden, George R. Patterson, John P. 
Shotts. John W. Stauffer. I'loyd Brotherton. Jacob Elpern. 
Arthur B. Good. Paul J. Head, Lester W. Jtihnson. Richard 
Leone. James V. Miller, Thomas J. Powers, George B. Simp- 
son, George \V. Colbert, Edward R. Eyring, Edward E. 
Haman. Ewing Hughes, Richard \. Keck, James W. Lutes, 
Harr>- U Myers, George S. Shaffer, Robert S. Snyder. 



...; .:i. Wilbir (j, Aiukrsun, John i:. 

Bailey, Charles K. Baker, Bernard Bauglnnan, Carl J. 
Breggrcn. Joseph B. j/lock. Marry A. Block, Charles Brickcr, 
Roy E. Clawson, Jo:rtph M. Conloguc, Benjamin H. Cape, 
I-orenzo L. Cox, Charles Cronin, Charles II. Dayton, Ira C. 
Dell, Emery J. Drinktl David H. Ferguson, Harry P. I'leshcr, 
Dale H. Fulmer, Fr.ii.cis M. Gault, William T. Gaull, Willis 
S. Gearhart. Harry E, Gutlcmy, William V, Gill, Alex. 
Goldberg, George M. Cwjd, William J. Good, Elwin Gray, 
Luther 1 1. Hawk, Of :ar li. Johnson, Bernard W. Kaminski, 
Theodore Keelan. Jeiomc J. Kilgore, Thomas A. W, Kline, 
Robert Kotouch, Richard A. Kuhns, George R. Loughry, 
John C- Loughry, Ka, P. Madden Albert R, MarJco, Thomas 
O. Marshall, Qifford P. Maxwell, Gerald Mears, Edward E. 



M.ll.r. (■MHTsnn l", Mill.r. Kny W. Milter. Anson Mooi 
George Monnich, Wm. N. McClellaii, George D, Ne 
Oscnr A. Nelson, James O'Brien, John S. Patterson, l-'arl 
W. Peoples, James L. Pierce, Jatnes A. Powers, Ralpli 11. 
Prinkey, ICniest K. Prinkey, 'ihomas W. Ridsflale, Thomas 
J. Riley, Jacob K. Rilenonr, Jacob W. Sawyer, Wm. J. 
Schmucker, I-'rank C. Shoaf, Ahc Sliofnosky, Norris Sicken- 
bcrger, John E. Skinner, James K. Smith, I-Vaiik K. Slough, 
James R. Topper, Fred B. 'Tresclier, 'Todd G, 'J'ruxal, Adrian 
E. Truxcll, Robert P. Turncy, Brady Washahau, John L. 
Walnon, Richard A. Wihie, Sigfreid C. Woods, J.jhn P. 
Zimmer, Franklin B. Zimmerman, Henry O. Zimmerman, 
Kenneth M. Zimmerman. 



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WESTMORELAND TOWNS IN THE WORLD WAR 

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Chapter L 



Greensburg District. The pictures and military bio- 
graphies shown in this chapter are those of service men 
from Greensburg, South Greensburg, Southeast Greens- 
burg, Southwest Greensburg, Carbon, Swede Hill and 
Crows Nest. 



The story of the Greensburg district's part in the Great 
War is a big subject and the record is one to be proud of as 
long as memory lingers on the momentous days of 1917 and 1918. 

Her soldiers, sailors and marines kept untarnished a record 
of valor during the World War that was handed down to them 
by Revolutionary and Civil War forbears. Participating in the 
first American battles and being on the front line when the 
armistice was signed, the boys from Greensburg played no small 
part in shattering Germany's dream of World dominion. 

With the sounding of the bugle which declared a state of 
war, the social life of the entire community gave way to more 
serious things and, as man after man left his home and friends 
to give what was asked in behalf of his country, those at home 
were busy doing war work. Men, women and children all had 
one purpose in view — that of helping to win the war — and they 
worked with unselfish sacrifices as one large family. Comrade- 
ship in so great a cause can perhaps never come to them again, 
but pride in bearing so worthily the obligations of sacrifice and 
service will be brighter still ten and twenty years from now 
when they look back upon the days when all the institutions of 
freedom in the world were in such imminent peril. 

Among the most remarkable and useful developments of 
the war has been the growth and broadening of the fields of 
endeavor of various agencies, some of them expressly organized 
to meet war conditions and all of them directed with a view 
to sending our troops overseas clean and sound in mind and 
bod\', and to helping in the conduct of the war. These organiza- 
tions, individually and collcctivelj', have been a groat force for 
building up morale, and, hence, for winning the war. 

The Americ.\n Red Cross in the Greensburg district ac- 
complished a great work during the nineteen months of the 
war. The main work rooms were located in the Y. M. C. A. 
building and were occupied free of rent. A wonderful machine 
was developed, embodying much of the best ability of the 
people of the community. Not only did the organization 
make a wonderful showing in the production of Red Cross 
garments and supplies and the caring for the families and 
dependents of men in the service, but in all campaigns for 
membership, funds, collection of used clothing etc., it more than 
reached its quota. There were periods when the most serious 
Red Cross problem was how to supply the women with enough 
material to satisfy their desire for work. Had there been a 
strike, it would have been for longer hours and harder work. 
The men had gone to war, or were preparing to go, and the 
women resolved to go with them as far as they could. They 
rolled their hearts and hopes into bandages, and knitted their 
loyalty into socks and sweaters, and stitched into refugee gar- 
ments their compassion for the women and children of friendly 
nations ravaged by war. The local branch of the Red Cross 
had nine auxiliaries helping in the production of garments, 
knitted articles and surgical dressings. The original officers of 
the Greensburg brainch were John P. Donahoe, chairman; Mrs. 
Anna M. Ogden, vice-chairman ; Miss Louise Brown, secretary ; 
and Miss Margaretta Gross, treasurer. Mr. Wm. A. Coulter 
was chairman of the Finance committee and Mr. Elmer E. 
Lyon was chairman of the Publicity committee. On account of 
resignations the offices were filled as follows : Mrs. Ogden, 
chairman; Miss Emma McConnell, secretary and Miss Margaret 
Coulter, treasurer. The sewing room was in charge of Mrs. 
H. H. Fisher and the cutting room was in charge of Mrs. J. A. 
McCurdy. Inspection and packing were directed by Mrs. J. L. 
Cote and the surgical dressings were in charge of Miss Margaret 



Coulter and Miss Helen Murdock. The records show that the 
Greensburg branch of the Red Cross is credited with producing 
25,193 garments from the sewing room; 6,882 knitted articles 
were made and the number of surgical dressings was 88,361. 
Junior auxiliary No. i supplied Company "I" with comfort kits 
and auxiliary No. 2 furnished the unit with sweaters. Although 
not authorized by national headquarters a special comfort kit 
committee was formed and furnished 977 kits to selected service 
men ; many letters were received from soldiers in cantonments 
and from overseas stating that these kits were the best ones 
seen in their travels. The amount of work done by the Greens- 
burg branch of the Red Cross was enormous and the officials 
were warmly commended from headquarters for their splendid 
output. That the quality of the work was of the highest is 
attested to by the fact that the Greensburg branch was called 
upon to furnish many specimen garments to be used in instruct- 
ing workers all over the country. 

Upon the announcement of the declaration of war, the 
National headquarters of the Young Men's Christi.\n Associ.v- 
TION pledged to President Wilson and to the Government the 
services of the organization including thousands of trained sec- 
retaries and volunteer workers. The management and member- 
ship of the Greensburg Y. M. C. A., finding itself in harmony 
with the step taken by the national office, sought by every 
resource at their command to make the Association in this 
community function for the promotion of the health and general 
well-being of the service men and to aid movements whose 
purpose was to promote the interests of the Government and 
our Allies. When the several calls were issued from the 
national office at New York City for the gathering of repre- 
sentatives of local Associations, the Greensburg Association was 
always represented in the conferences. In compliance with 3 
request from the State Campaign Director, the local Board of 
Directors permitted the General Secretary to devote his time 
in the capacity of District Campaign Director for the arganiza- 
tion of the counties of Westmoreland, Indiana, and Fayette 
which composed District No. 3 in the three nation-wide cam- 
paigns conducted to finance the welfare work of the Y. M. C. A. 
and that of the United Welfare agencies in the cantonments in 
this country and the work overseas. These campaigiis were the 
means by which a total of $617,029.00 was raised in subscriptions 
for the above named causes. When units of the lioth Regiment 
of U. S. Infantry were assembled in Greensburg preparatory 
to their entrainment for camp, the various facilities of the 
Y. M. C. A., such as pool and billiards, gymnasium, lobby, read- 
ing-rooms, etc., were put at their disposal. This policy toward 
service men in permitting the free use of the privileges was 
consistently carried out during the war and the demobilization 
period. Men in uniform passing through the city, men on troop 
trains, and men home on furloughs, made use of and appreciated 
this service. After the signing of the armistice, the directors 
of the local Association authorized the giving free to all local 
demobilized men, of a six months' membership in the organiza- 
tion and, up to date, some 500 discharged service men have 
availed themselves of this privilege. Through the co-operation 
of the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A., the 
local Association was enabled to add to its force a special Army 
Work Secretary who gave his full time to the service of men 
back from war. All necessary resources of the Association were 
at the command of this secretary. Providing meals and lodgings, 
recreation and entertainment, writing letters, obtaining bonus, 
travel-allowance, back pay, etc., were some of the duties of this 



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secretary. Very early in the war period, the local branch of 
the American Red Cross requested and received free of charge 
the use of the second floor of the Y. M. C. A. building for its 
work rooms and surgical dressings. On numerous occasions the 
Red Cross. Liberty Loan committee and other patriotic organiza- 
tions used the assembly rooms, lobby, director's room and oth.T 
parts of the building for meetings. The Association was always 
represented in all drives, campaigns and patriotic movements. 
The officers of the Greensburg Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion during the war were C. E. Whitten, president ; M. C. Keck, 
vice-president; George H. Francis, recording secretary; John T). 
Miller, treasurer ; \V. J. Graef, general secretan,- ; F. M. Schantz, 
membership and boys' secretary; O. Shannon, physical director. 
Henry S. Mclntyre was the special Army secretary located at 
the local Association and the "Y" was represented in the army 
by eleven men from the Greensburg membership ; six of these 
served in cantonments in the United States and five men were 
engaged in Association work overseas. 

Li considering the work of The S.\lv.\tion Army it should 
not be forgotten that its activities were not primarily in new 
fields of endeavor and that the Army was perhaps the only 
relief organization in war work which could command trained 
and experienced workers from the outset. The success of its 
work, unexpected in its completeness, has been the cause of 
much surprise to both service men and civilians from whom 
lavish praise indeed has been accorded. To help the helpless 
and feed the hungry has long been one of its prime objectives. 
The Army embarked on no new undertaking but confined itself 
simply to its old lines of gospel and food. In France it was 
more food than gospel. Soup and salvation went hand in hand 
to the trenches of Europe as they went first to the slums of 
London, to the cities of America, and to every corner of the 
globe. It was the sympathetic and harmonious relationship 
between the organization and the boys in the field and the 
families left at home that enabled the Army to push its work 
to whatever happy results were attained. The Salvation Army 
had no great amount of capital with which to conduct its work 
and endeavored to act as a link between home and soldier. Al- 
though the employed force of the Salvation Army in Greensburg 
during the war was a small one it was enabled, through the 
volunteer assistance of the citizens of the community, to carry 
on much good work. The local organization, with headquarters 
at 306 West Third Street, had jurisdiction of not only the 
Greensburg district but also the major portion of Westmoreland 
Count}'. It took an active part in every drive and campaign 
and, at all times, some of its members were to be found at the 
Red Cross rooms assisting with knitting, surgical dressings, or 
other war work. For a time the organization had representatives 
occupying a hut on the courthouse sidewalk and, during the 
various campaigns, made and sold doughnuts to passersby and 
issued them freely to soldiers on the truck trains. The "dough- 
nut factory" at the local headquarters was also in continuous 
operation and large quantities of doughnuts and chocolates were 
taken to soldiers on guard along the railroads near Greensburg. 
Thousands of the Army's famous doughnuts were made in 
Greensburg and shipped to soldiers, sailors and marines on duty 
at barracks in the Pittsburgh district. At the office headquarters 
on West Third street the Army asisted many stranded soldiers, 
not only by providing them with meals and lodgings but by 
buying them railroad tickets to their destination and furnishing 
pocket money. Two local members of the Salvation Army en- 
listed in the military service: Harry Lane, who was stationed 
with the Veterinary Corps at Camp Dodge, and Ralph Watts, 
who was killed in action in the spring of 191S while serving in 
the British Army. During the war the local Salvation Army 
work was in charge of Ensign Mrs. E. J. Dunn; Lieutenant 
Jeannette Miller and Envoy Ethel Dunn. Under the direction 
of this small force the Corps did a noble part in all that it 
undertook. 

The work of the Knights of Columbus has been a wonder- 
ful work and exceedingly well done. Not only was it beneficial 



to those whom the organization sensed but it was helpful and 
broadening to those who have taken part in it. During the war 
the Greensburg Council No. 1480 of the Knights of Columbus, 
with headquarters , in Troutman's Hall on Main street, held 
frequent meetings and arranged for its part in answer to all 
calls for service. The executive officers were Ed. P. Doran, 
Grand Knight ; John Costabile, Deputy Grand Knight ; Jacob 
E. Bell, Financial Secretary'; Roman J. Ivor>', Recorder; John 
H. Scherrer, Treasurer ; and P. F. Howard, Lecturer. The 
Council participated in the various drives and was active in the 
United War Work Campaigns. It sent a delegate to the meet- 
ing for state organization held in Philadelphia. The local 
Council became Auxiliary No. 3 of the Greensburg Chapter of 
the American Red Cross, ever\' individual member having 
previously joined the organization. One of the first pieces of 
war work by the Knights of Columbus occurred in the fall of 
1917 when it sent shipments of gifts of socks, tobacco, etc., to 
service men in the camps in this country and to those in France. 
By assessing its members, the Knights of Columbus made fre- 
quent financial contributions to many war work funds such as 
the Red Cross Ambulance Fund, the War Camp Funds, etc. In 
the Liberty Loan drives the Council appointed workers and in 
several campaigns voted to invest all surplus funds of the 
council in bonds. A committee was appointed to look after the 
families of members in the military ser\'ice. This committee 
consisted of J. L. Kennedy, J. J. Joyce, John Kelley, C. C. Hays, 
and Thomas Gannon. Thirty-seven members of the local council 
enlisted in the military service, all of whom came through with- 
out serious injur},-. During their absence the organization paid 
all of their dues and insurance. At the time of Greensburgs 
"welcome home" in July 1919, the local council took an active 
part in providing treats to the service men. The purpose of the 
Knights of Columbus has been to help whenever and wherever 
it could in carrying on the war program at home and overseas. 

The Loc-\L Bo.\RD FOR Division No. i was composed of John 
P. Kilgore, chairman ; Dr. Iden M. Porster and William S. Rial, 
all of Greensburg. Mr. Kilgore was the popular sheriff of 
Westmoreland County; Dr. Porster was a graduate of the 
medical school of the University of Pennsylvania and had 
practiced medicine and surgery for twenty years. Mr. Rial was 
count}- solicitor and had been practicing law at the Westmoreland 
County bar for over 16 years. The members of the Board, 
during the period of their service, were engaged early and late 
with the duties of the office, the performance of which could 
not be delegated to anjone else and for weeks and months at 
a time they often worked past the midnight hour. After the 
work had been systemized and after the Board obtained a 
definite idea of the Selective rules and regulations, it progressed 
with great rapidity. Frances J. Alpern was the Chief Clerk of 
the Board; Rebecca Kilgore was assistant Chief Clerk and Mary 
Sloan, clerk. To this force the government detailed Charles 
Hawk as a special service clerk. Much credit is due to the 
above clerical organization and to Mr. John Black, a volunteer 
worker, for without the eflicient assistance of these persons the 
Board would have been unable to cope with the enormous task 
in all its details and ramifications. The Board had its office in 
the Court House. It exercised jurisdiction over Hempfield 
township and all the towns within the limits of that township. 
These towns were the boroughs of Greensburg, South Greens- 
burg, Southwest Greensburg, Youngwood, Arona, Madison and 
Adamsburg. The Medical Board was composed of all the 
physicians living within the above area. The dean of the 
physicians was Dr. Lemuel Offutt, a man who for forty years 
had responded to the cry of sickness and distress. This noble 
citizen, one of the purest men who ever lived in the community 
and one of its best loved, passed away before the armistice was 
signed. The other members of the Medical Board were Drs. 
Thomas P. Cole, John J. Singer, John S. Anderson, F. R. 
Zahniser, Louis Wilson, Wm. M. Potts, L. C. L. Bailey, Walter 
M. Bortz, John C. Cope, C. C. Porter, W. M. Leatherman, E. 
M. Clifford, and W. E. Miller. 1667 registrants were examined. 



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Richard D. Laird was appointed as the Appeal Agent of the 
Board. The Local Board and the registrants were indebted 
to the Legal Advisory Board for assistance in filling out 
questionnaires. This Board was composed of Joseph A. Mc- 
Curdy, G. B. Shaw, D. J. Snyder, C. Ward Eicher, Alex 
Richer, Richard D. Laird, and C. E. Heller — all members of the 
Westmoreland County bar, and to Rev. Pratte, who acted as 
interpreter for the lawyers and also for the doctors of the 
Medical Advisorj' Board on exam.ination days. The services of 
the members and helpers of the Legal Advisor\- Board and of 
the Medical Advisory Board were without money compensation 
but these gentlemen have the consciousness of having performed 
a public service and their only reward can be the recognition 
of the fact that no one could have done the work quite so well 
as they did it. The total number of inductions handled for 
registrants of the Local Board was 1031, and the men were 
entrained as follows: Camp Lee, 507; Camp Greenleaf, 229; 
Camp Forrest, 61 ; Fort Thomas, 27 ; Camp Wadsworth. 15 ; 
Camp Custer, 14; Camp Sherman, 13; Fort Oglethorpe, 8; Fort 
duPont. 6; Fort Slocum, 4; Camp Colt, 4; Camp Taylor, 4; 
Fort Hamilton, 4; Columbus Barracks, 3; Kelley Field, 3; 
Polish Alliance College, 2; Aerial School of Photograph}', 2; 
Camp Meigs, i ; Camp Dix, i and Vancouver Barracks, i. In 
addition to the above, 104 men were enlisted in the Student's 
Army Training Corps and sent to various schools and colleges. 

The Ariiy .\nd N.wy Camp Committee gave much aid and 
comfort to officers and men who passed through Greensburg 
with truck trains. The object of the committee was to serve 
hot meals, to furnish lodging, to care for the sick and to supply 
any needed knitted articles and to generally aid officers and 
men of the motor supply and ammunition trains enroute over- 
land from Detroit to Baltimore. With headquarters at the 
First Presbyterian Church, hot meals were served at any time 
a truck train chanced to arrive and many members of the 
convoys arriving at three or four o'clock in the morning found 
substantial food prepared by the women of the town. Beds and 
rest rooms were maintained at the State Armory. More than 
10,000 service men were fed, aided and "mothered" by the com- 
mittee. The treatment given the soldiers was one of the bright 
spots in their journey. This is evidenced by the receipt of 
hundreds of letters from bo3'S in France expressing appreciation 
of the treatment accorded them during their stay in Greensburg. 
The officers of the committee were: Mrs. H. C. Beistel, State 
representative; Mrs. H. C. Painter, chairman; Mrs. D. F. Kil- 
gore, 1st vice-chairman; Mrs. H. N. Yont, 2nd vice-chairman; 
Mrs. R. C. Weity, 3rd vice-chairman ; Mrs. A. M. Wyant, 
treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Taj'lor, chairman of food supply and 
Mrs. C. C. Crowell, secretar\-. 

In the Liberty Lo.\ns, the Greensburg district oversub- 
scribed its quota in every drive. The organized campaigns that 
were conducted here between June 191 7 and May ipig, furnish 
one of the most interesting and significant chapters in the history 
of Greater Greensburg. Each solicitor was given certain pros- 
pects to see and report upon, so that no one was overlooked. 
The success of the Loan drives is due to the untiring efforts of 
J. R. Eisaman who was county chairman and to the executive 
committee which was composed of J. B. Huff, W. S. Rial, Hon. 
John B. Head, W. S. Lane, H. E. Marker, C. L. Goodwin, R. 
H. Jamison and A. N. Pershing. F. B. Miller and E. A. Cremer 
were the publicity chairmen for the Greensburg district. A list 
of the workers follows : First Ward — A. E. Troutman, chair- 
man; Alex Eicher, Leo Furtwangler, J. U. Kuhns, W. W. 
Jamison, A. D. Wclty, Jr., E. M. Gross, B. R. Fulmer, Milo 
Black, S. G. Trout, B. W. Kerr, R. G. Armstrong, W. B. Lucas, 
William Fluke, J. Rappe Myers, Tony De May, Tony Roberts. 
Second Ward — Rabe Marsh, chairman; Alex. McConnell, Paul 
Bair, G. A. McDowell, John \". Stephenson, Jr., J. A. Cawthorn, 
Edward A. Doran, Glenn G. Vance, John Kettering, G. H. 
Wright, Fred Proeger. Third Ward— Fred Morgan, chairman; 
Sam Patterson, D. F. Kilgore, George McClarran, Stewart 
Byers, Tony Roy. Fourth Ward— J. Q. Truxal, chairman; 



Harry Furtwangler, E. B. McColly, Wm. Laughner, D. A. 
Miller, Dr. C. P. Waugaman, H. S. Ackerman, J. J. Knappen- 
bergcr, J. L. Mitchell, Geo. Wcighman, M. Shonp, T. Ray 
Hunter, O. M. Dibler, H. F. Bovard, Frank ]\Iiller, John 
Brunot, and Geo. W. Hutchinson. Fifth Ward— Jay C. Jami- 
son and Harry E. Blank, chairmen; W. J. Zimmerman, Wm. 
Fox, R. L. Markle, J. W. Goodman, Art A. Keener, Joe Pidutti, 
and W. F. Overly. Sixth Ward— Samuel Miller, chairman; 
Simon Davis. Seventh Ward — W. T. Dom, chairman; Harn,' 
Crosby, Roman Ivorj', James Loughrey, John Bytheway, George 
B. Saylor, Nick Long, Charles Wible, F. M. Mclntyre, David 
McKclvey. Frank Kistlcr, John Wise, E. H. Wright. Alex 
Kilgore, Harry C. Irwin, William Wertz, Andy Hohn, Barney 
Hansen, John Stewart, George Immcll, V. E. Crosby, Claud 
Walthour, Joseph Walton, John Colligan, Thos. Mclndoe, H. W. 
Markle, Felix Kane, and W. C. Henderson. Eighth Ward — 
Dan Dunmire, chairman ; Jas. Anthony, W. G. Conner, Joseph 
Bair, S. B. Truxal, Sam C. Truxell, John Snyder, Louis Stciner, 
W. D. Best, Gus Kelly, S. G. Ebersole, Alvie Morrison, and John 
Hamman. Southwest Greensburg — Albert H. Plough, chairman ; 
R. N. Miller, \\'m. Warner. Harr\- Marsh, P. F. Howard, David 
Fulton, Geo. Machesne}', Wm. Bachman, Hans Drie, Leo Daerr, 
Ed. Wolf, W. R. Taylor, and Wm. Weightman. South Greens- 
burg— George F. Moyer, chairman; Robert Graham, and Frank 
Marsh. Hempfield No. I Precinct— Edward H. Kemp, chair- 
man; H. R. Sarver. Hempfield No. 2 Precinct— J. B. Cochran, 
chairman. Hempfield No. 3, Precinct — Henry R. Armbrust, 
chairman; Frank Riley, Henry Armbrust, Jr., Mrs. Frank 
Johnson, Mrs. John Snyder, Mrs. Harry Kintigh, and Mrs. 
Jonas Poole. Hempfield No. 4, Precinct — Marion P. Shoemaker, 
chairman; P. A. Moore, Floyd Smith, and John Kaylor. Hemp- 
field No. 5, Precinct — Ralph Harrison, chairman; James Murphy, 
John Cadzow, Thomas Smith, James Newton, Oswald Newton, 
Henry C. Tarr, Alex Duncan, Edw. Bytheway, James Nesbit, 
Robert Peoples, William Thomas, Robert Laney and Jos. Logan. 
Hempfield No. 6, Precinct— A. J. Mase, chairman; L. D. Nice- 
wonger, Frank Spoonhoward, Alex Lutz, Joe Crawford, Jacob 
F. Harshey, John Nolan, Frank White and Mike Da\'is. Hemp- 
field No. 7, Precinct— H. W. Saddler, chairman; John Nott, J 
McFarland, Claud Gruber, William Grindlc, Dean Sickenberger, 
John Daugherty and John Yasaski. Hempfield No. 8, Precinct 
— W. E. Henderson, chairman ; Jacob Kurtz, W. W. Laughlin, 
Robert Kain, George Sisle.v, Wm. Sanders, James Ferren, Wm. 
Painter, George Stulpies, H. H. Reed, Andy Ackman, Jack 
Welsh, James Hudson, James Steel, John Linsock, A. B. Black- 
burn, John Lansing, Ralph Demi, Ernest Welsh, J. O. Jones, 
James Dawson, H. C. Clifford and Cyrus Markle. Arona Bor- 
ough— L. L. Carlo, chairman; H. J. McArdle and M. L. Bossart. 
Middletown— H. J. Holtzer, chairman; Harry Herrod, Cyrus 
Eisaman and John Fulton. New Stanton — John A. Stanton, 
chairman; D. R. Ryan, R. O. Schrader, C. A. RufT, J. L. Ryan 
and J. B. Gaut. Weaver's Old Stand — E. G. Wagner, chairman; 
J. I. Cuttman and Charles Armbrust. The women did good 
work in all drives and rounded up many a stray dollar for Uncle 
Sam. The Womati's County Committee was headed by Mrs. 
Eleanor HufT, and Mrs. Joseph Wentling was chairman of the 
\\'oman's Committee in the Greensburg district. This record 
would not be complete without recognition of the activit}- of the 
Boy Scouts of America in the drives. The Scout organization 
w-as not permitted to sell bonds except during the last three 
days of each campaign and they were given the hard task of 
acting as "Gleaners after the Reapers." Some of the troops 
were without capable leadership, scoutmasters and other officials 
having entered the military service, but in spite of these handi- 
caps a number of Scouts earned the Treasury Department Medal 
in the Liberty Loan drives. The record of how Greater Greens- 
burg invested in bonds is as follows : 

First Loan 672 subscribers $1,326,700 

Second Loan i,977 subscribers 2,873.350 

Third Loan 7,788 subscribers 2,303,850 

Fourth Loan 16,527 subscribers 3,316,850 

Victory Loan 5,662 subscribers 2,255,350 



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AULT. FRANK G.— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John H. Ault, enlisted Mav 
23, 1917, with the 5th Engineers Re- 
serve Corps. ^Vas stationed at El 
Paso. Sailed overseas August 1, 1918, 
was slightly gassed. Returned Febru- 
ary 24, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged in March, 1919, with rank of 
Sergeant. 



ADAMS, LEWIS C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John C. Adams, entered ser- 
vice Oct. 5th 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with the 258th Aero 
Squadron. Was transferred to Kelley 
Field. Sailed overseas Feb. 25, 1918. 
Returned Aug. 1. 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service a week 
later. 



AGLTATA, VINGENZO ROSS.— Son 

of Mrs. Grace Agliata. Entered ser- 
vice July 22, 1918,. Sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company C 316tli 
Infantry, 79th Division. Sailed over- 
seas Sept. 1918. Returned May 29th, 
1919. Was in th" Muese Argonne Of- 
fensive. Honorably discharged June 
7. 1919. 



ALCORN, CYRUS COPE. — Born 

June 17, 1896. Son of Abbie Alcorn. 
Entered Feb. 5, 1917. with Company 
1, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. Was 
sent to Camp Hancock. Was ap- 
]iointed Cori)oral. Sailed for France 
Mav 2nd, 1918. Was wounded Sept. 
6. 1918. Returned Jan. 31. 1919, and 
was honorably discharged Feb. 15, 
1919. 







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ALLEGRA, SAMUEL— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Allegra. entered ser ■ 
vice May 3, 1919. Sent to Camp Lee 
and i)laced with Company F-319 In- 
fantry 80th Division. Sailed oversea*: 
May 1918, returned in June 1919 and 
was honojably discharged June 12 
1919. 



ALLISON, ARTHUR L.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Alexander Allison, entered 
service June 26, 1918. Was attached 
to the 347th Machine Gun Company, 
87th Division. Sailed overseas in Au- 
gust 1918, returned to the United 
States in February 1919 !.nd was hon- 
orably discharged later that month. 



Ai-LISON. PAUL C. — Born Mar.h 
7th, 1S94, son of Morris E Allison, 
entered service Ajiril 5th, 1918. H<' 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to the 2nd Training Battalion, 155 
Depot Brigade. Was appointed Cor- 
poral. Was honorahlv discharged from 
service Dec. 23, 1918. 



ALLISON, WILLIAM D.— Born Au- 
gust 31st, 1892, son of Morris E. Alli- 
son, entered service May 22, 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Greenleaf. at- 
tached to the &[otor Train, Was Hon- 
orably discharged from the service of 
ihe United States May 9th, 1919. 




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ALLSHOUSE, ELMER F.— Born in 
1894, sou of George AUshouse, entered 
service April 5, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with Company 
A -305th Engineers. Sailed overseas 
May 26th, 1918. Was wounded in the 
shoulder. Returned June 3rd, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service June 11, 1919. 



ALLSIIOrSE, HARKY J.— Born 
Feb. 19th, 1890, son of Mrs. Catherine 
AUshouse, 539 West Pittsburgh St., 
Greensburg, entered service in Febru- 
ary 1918. Was stationed at Camp Lee. 
Was honorably discharged from mili- 
tary service in March 1918. 



ALTHAKDT. R. W.^Son of Johu 
rnd Mary Althardt, entered service 
November 8, 1917. Sent to Camp 
Sherman and attached to Company F 
lltb Infantry 5th Division. Was 
transferred to Fort Orglethorpe then 
Camp Perry, sailed April 20th, 1918. 
Was in Meuse ■ Argonne offensive and 
Chateau Thierry Drive. Returned July 
12th 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged that month. 



ALTIERI. TONY— Sou of Dominick 
and Mary Altieri, enlisted June 27, 
1917 with Battery B 17th Field Ar- 
tillery 2nd Division, was assigned to 
Columbus Barracks and later to Port 
Robinson. Sailed December, 1918. 
Was in to Argonne, St. Mihiel and 
other battles. Returned August 4th, 
1919 and was honorably discharged in 
Aug. 1919. 




ALT;\iAX, AMi_'^5 JK.— soil oi Amoa 
and Mary Altman, entered service 
April 5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company 1 145th 
Infantry. Sailed in July 1918. Was 
wounded by a machine gun bullet. Re- 
turned in December 1918 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service Jan. 
13th, 1919. 




AMLM), CLIFF LL\ L\er.STO.\ — 
Born November 12, 1898, son of Daniel 
T. Amend, 213 N. Maple Ave., entered 
service November 4th, 1917. Was at- 
tached to the 27th Artillery 38th Di- 
vision, was stationed at Forts Hamil- 
ton and Wads worth. Was honorably 
discharged from service March 23rd, 
1918. 




AM»;r.l;sn\, ALI'.KKT T.— Born n,- - 
tober 12th, 1895, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
August Anderson, 712 Green St., en- 
tered service October 6th, 1917. Sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
A 1st Provisional Recruiting Battalion. 
Was honorably discharged from the 
service March 3rd, 1918. 




AXL)KK^(»N, LAWRENCE E. — Son 
of Warwick Anderson, entered service 
in the Fall of 1917. Sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with 351st Machine Guu 
Battalion. Sailed in April 1918. Was 
iu the Argonne Offensive. Returned in 
March 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in April 1919. 



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ANDERSON. JAJIES S. — Son of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Aaderson, enlisted with 
Company 1 110th Infantry 28th Divi-* 
sior \Vas sent to Camp Hancock. 
Was made Sergeant. Sailed May 5th, 
1918. M'as wounded. Returned Jan. 
27th, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged in Feb. 1919. 



ANDERSON. THOMAS M.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, enlisted 
in 1917 with Company I 110th In 
fantry 2Sth Division. Sailed May, 
1018. Was wounded July 29th, 1918, 
by a machine gun bullet. Returned 
in Jan., 1910 and sent to the Carlyle 
Hospital for treatment. 



AVIS, WALTER — Physical Director 
at Y. M. C. A. Entered service at 
New York City in Jan. 1918. Was 
sent to France. Was attached to the 
2nd Division in France and in the 
Army of Occupation as a "Y"' secre- 
tary. Had had previous military ex- 
perience. With the British Army for 
10 years in India. Was discharged on 
Jan. 10. 1919. 



ARMBRUST, CHARLES RAYMOND 
— Son of Daniel and Louisa Armbrust, 
enlisted in Jan. 1915, with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Sailed 
May. 1918. Was given the rank of 
Corporal. On August 1st was hit by 
an Aerial Bomb and died before he 
reached a hospital. 






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ASTON, JOHN J. — Son of Emanuel 
and Catherine Aston, entered service 
May 27. 1918. Sent to Fort Ogle- 
thorpe and attached to General Hos- 
pital No. 14. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service January 21st, 
1919. 



ATKINSON, RALPH D. — Son of A1;];j;l U'J.M];Ii:. JAMES LEE — BACH, JOSEPH A. — Born Nov. 14, 

iirs. Delia Atkinson, enlisted in the S. Entered service Oct. 27, 1917. Went 1897. Son of Joseph and Sarah Bach. 

A. T. C. at Penn State. October 7th, to Camp Lee. Was placed with Com- Enlisted Dec. 26, 1917 in the Ordnance 

1918. Was attached to Company D. pany A, 505th Engineers. Transferred Department. Was stationed at Camp 

He was later transferred to Camp Tay- to Battery E, 351st rield_ Artillery. Hancock, Jackson and Mills. Sailed 

lor was appointed 1st Sergeant. Was 92nd Division. Sailed overseas June for France in May 1918 and was still 

honorably discharged December 18. 19th, 1918. Returned Feb. 21, 1919. ia service Sept. 1, 1919. 

1918. Was honorably discharged May 14th, 

1919. 



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BACH. MARK — Burn April ::5tli, 
1 875 son of Mrs. Anna Barh, 300 
Urania Ave., enlisted in February 1918 
in the Navy. He was on board the 
St. Francis. Was commissioned En ■ 
sign, made several tri]>s across and was 
released from service May 16th, 1919. 



I^.ACUKRT, }-RA\K X.— .Sun .i: li.ULEY, JOHN E.— Son of Mr. and 

Peter A. and Mary E. Bachert, entered Mrs. J. L. Bailey, enlisted in Aug. 

service Sept. 5, 1918. Was sent to 1917, with Company I-llOth Infantry, 

Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 28th Division. Was sent to Camp 

Medical Corps 140th Infantry 35th Di- Hancock. Sailed May 1918. Was in 

vision. Sailed Oct. 20th, 1918. Re- active service with the 28th Division, 

turned April 28th, 1919 and was hon- Returned Feb. 1919 and was honorably 

orably discharged May 7th, 1919. discharged in July 1919. 



i'.AlLLY, LOUIS JOHN CARRICK 
— Enlisted Aug. 27, 1917 with the U. 
S. Medical Corps. Was assigned to 
Port Benjamin Harrison and other 
camps. Sailed overseas August 10th, 
1918. Was commissioned Lieutenant 
Colonel. Took part in several battles. 
Returned July 10th, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged July 12, 1919. 



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Mr. and Mr.s. Edward H. Hair, enlisted and Hannah Bair, enlisted May 16, and Mrs. Edward H. Bair. enlisted Geo. A. and Thresea Baker, enlisted 
in July 1917 with Headquarters Com- 1917 with Company D, 15th Engineers Aug. 21, 1917 in the Officers' Training Oct. 15. 1918 with the Aviation Me 
pany 'llOth Infantry, 2Sth Division, and was stationed at Oakmont. Sailed Camp at Fort Oglethorpe, Was com- chanics at the University of Pitts- 
Was sent to Camp Hancock, He sailed for France Julv 9. 1917. Returned missioned 2nd Lieutenant and attached hurgh and was attached to Company 
overseas Mav 3rd, 191S, and was April 4th, 1919 and was honorably to Battery D, 10th Field Artillery. H, 1st Division, Was honorably dis- 
killed in action July 30th. 1918. discharged May 14th, 1919. Sailed Arpil 23, 1918, Returned Feb, charged from the service December 

13, 1919 and was honorably dis- 15th, 1918. 

charged two days later. 



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BAKER. LEO FRANCIS — Born Aug. 
10th, 1896, son of George and Thresea 
Baker, entered service Sept. 4th, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Forrest and at - 
tached to the Engineer Corps. He was 
made Corporal. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service March 12th, 
1919. 



BAKER, LOYD SELL — Entered 
service Sept. 5th, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf and placed with 
Evacuation Ambulance Company No. 
18. Sailed Oct. 5th, 1918, returned 
June 7, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged one week later. 



BOLDEN, IRA E. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James E. Bolden, entered ser- 
vice in 1918. Was sent to Camp Dix 
and attached to the 335th Field Artil- 
lery. -87th Division. Sailed Sept. 1, 
1918, returned March 18, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged March 22, 
1919 with rank of Corporal. 



BALDRIDGE, JAMES EDGAR^- 
Born Aug. 3, 1890, son of Ezra Bald- 
ridge, 109 Monahan St., entered ser- 
vice in September 1918 and was sent 
to Fort Thomas. He was attached to 
the Aviation Engineers. Was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 10, 1918. 







BARGER, JAMES PERRIN — Son of BARGER. JOHN. JR. — Son of J. W. 

John W. Barger, entered service Sept. Barger enlisted May 14, 1918. Was 

5, 1918 and was assigned to Camp sent to Port Douglas and attached to 

Greenleaf. He was attached to the Comijany C 70tli Infantry 10th Divi- 

Aviation service. Sailed for France siou. He was made Corporal and was 

Oct. 6, 1918, returned to the United honorably discharged from the service 

States March 7th, 1919 and was hon- of the United States Jan. 26, 1919. 
orably discharged April 2, 1919. 



BARGER, WAYMAN N. — Son of J. 
W. Barger, entered service Sept. 20, 
1917, was sent to Camp Lee and placed 
with Base Hospital No. 52. He sailed 
overseas in Oct. 1918, returned to the 
United States July 4, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
about ten days later. 



BARNHART, CURTIS R.— Son of 
Mrs. Margaret Barnhart, entered ser- 
vice Feb. 11. 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee and was attached to the 305th 
Signal Battalion, 80th Division. Was 
in the Meuse, Argonue, St. Mihiel and 
other l)attles. Returned in June 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 
26, 1919, with rank of Corporal. 



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BARNHAUT. .InllX HENRY — Son 
of Mr. and .Mrs. (J. S. Barnhart, en- 
tered service March 9. 1918, was as- 
signed to 211th Aero Squadron at 
Kelley Field. Was transferred to 
Camp Mills. Sailed Julj 26, 1918, re- 
turned Dec. 9, 1918 and was honorably 
discharged Dec. 28, 1918. 



BARTUSEK, JOHN — Son of Mrs. 
John Weimer, enlisted June 21, 1917 
with the Medical Detachment of the U. 
S. Cavalry was later transferred to 
the U. S. Ambulance Service. Sailed 
Nov. 11, 1918. Returned June 4, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 11, 
1919 with rank of Sergeant. 



BASILE. MIKE — Entered service 
July 31, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and placed with 3rd Company 
1st Battalion 155 th Depot Brigade. 
He sailed overseas Oct. 4, 1918, re- 
turned Dec. 22, 1918 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Jan. 1, 
1919. 



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Entered service Feb. 11, 1918, was 
sent to Camp Lee and placed with 
Company M 319th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision. He sailed overseas May 18, 
1918, returned to the United States 
June 2, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service June 17, 1919. 







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BATTISTI. TONV — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Sylvester Battisti, entered ser- 
vice June 1, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and i>laced with the 11th 
Field Artillery Band. Sailed overseas 
July 6, 1918, returned June 10, 1919. 
and was honorably discharged July 1, 
1919. 



BALM. PAUL D. — Sou vi Mr. and 
Mrs. William Baum, entered service in 
1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, at- 
tached to Company A, 320th Infantry, 
80th Division. Was made Corporal 
and sailed overseas in May 1918. Re- 
turned in Jan. 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service later that 
month. 



BEAilEK. HOWARD M. — Son uf 
Mrs. Estella M. B earner, entered ser- 
vice May 28. 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Lee. He was first assigned to the 
Military Police then transferred to the 
Provost Guard and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Aug. 1, 1919 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



BEER, JOHN — Son of Charles and 
Margaret Beer, enlisted May 12, 1917 
with Company D, 19th Field Artillery, 
5th Division and was stationed at San 
Antonio. Sailed May 27th, 1918, was 
in the Vosges Mountains, St. Mihiel 
aud Argonne Forest Offensives. Re- 
turned July 22, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service July 29, 
1919. 



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BELFIGLIO. FRANK P. — Son of 
Ralph Belfiglio, entered service Sejjt. 
'22, 1917. Was seut to Camp Lee and 
placed with the 305 th Engineers. 
Sailed overseas May 26, 1918. AVas 
in the St. JVIihiel and Meuse Argoune 
Offensives. Returned June 3, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service about ten days later. 



BELL. WALTER — Born May 3. 
1896, son of George and Catherine 
Bell, 108 Turby St., Greensburg, en- 
tered service in Sept. 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Oct. 1918. 



BELL, ALBERT HARVEY JR. — 
Enlisted Aug. 27, 1917, was attached 
to Company B, 4th Infantry, 3rd Di- 
vision. Was stationed at Fort Ogle- 
thorpe, commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 
Sailed Ajiril 15, 1919. Was awarded 
a Distinguished Service Cross and a 
Croix de Guerre with Palm for 
bravery. Was killed in action July 
23rd 1918 near Jaulgonne in 2ad 
Battle of the Marne. 



BELL. WIXFIELD S.— Son of Mrs. 
Laura Bell, enlisted in March 1918, 
with the Medical Corjjs. He was at- 
tached to Hospital Train No. 3 at 
Camp Greeuleaf. Was commissioned 
1st Lieutenant. Transferred to New- 
port News and was Sept. 1, 1919 at 
Embarkation Hospital at Camp Ste- 
wart, Newport News. 





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BENNETT, RICHARD C. — Son of 
Mrs. Geo. Gessman, entered service 
Nov. 29, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and was placed with the 
36th Field Hospital. Was honorably 
discharged April 10, 1919. He reen- 
listed April 11, 1919 for three years 
service overseas and sailed for France 
June 1, 1919. 



BENZ, W. KARL — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah E. Benz, enlisted Nov. 23, 1917, 
was assigned to Fortress Monroe and 
attached to the 70th Coast Artillery. 
Was later removed to Camp Wads - 
worth. He sailed overseas July 15, 
1918, returned Feb. 22, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
March 8, 1919. 



BERGGREN, CARL J. — Son of John 
Berggren, Carbon Pa., enlisted in May, 
1917 with Comi)any I and was trans- 
ferred to the 5 th Mechanics. Was 
sent to Camp Hancock, sailed overseas 
in March 1918, returned to the United 
States in July 1919 ana was honorablv 
discharged July 10, 1919 with rank 
of Sergeant. 



BICKNELL, MRS. GEO. F. — 
Daughter of Mrs. A. L. McKelvey, en- 
listed as a Red Cross Nurse and sailed 
for France May 26, 1917. She re- 
turned to the United States in October 
1917 and since that time has made a 
lecture tour for the American Red 
Cross. 



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BIGGERT, ROBERT W. — Born 
June 21st, 1889, sou of James C. and 
Martha Wood.s Biggert, Crafton, Pa., 
entered service Aug. 14, 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Lee, was placed 
in the Officers' Training School and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Dec. 20, 1919. 



BIKM i-vKAXl;, IKED C. — Born 
April 9. 1893. enlisted in the Navy in 
Aug. 1918. He was stationed at Pen- 
sacola, Florida, was 2nd Class Quar- 
termaster, made his first trip over in 
August 1918 and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States in Ajiril 1919. 



BLACKBURN, GUY R. — Born Sept. 
7, 1894. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. 
Blackburn, 509 Chestnut St,, Greens- 
burg. entered service in 1917. He was 
attached to the Medical Department, 
commissioned Lieutenant, sent to Fort 
Oglethorpe and was honorably dis - 
charged from service in July 1919. 



BLACKBURN, PAUL M.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blackljurn, en- 
listed in 1917 in the Medical Corps 
and was commissioned, Lieutenant. He 
was sent to Port Oglethorpe, sailed 
overseas in September 1918, was at- 
tached to Ambulance Company No. 20, 
returned to the United States June 
16, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
later that month. 







BLANK, RICHARD C— Sou of Mr. 
and Mrs. John A. Blank, enlisted 
November 1, 1915, with Company I. 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, sailed 
overseas May 3. 1918. was in all the 
battles with Companv I. Returned 
to the United States May 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



1;LA.\S1.TT, IIAUUV Kb WARD— 
Born Jan. 31, 1896. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. B. B. Blansett, 507 Grove St., 
Greensburg, Pa., enlisted May 15, 
1918, in the United States Navy. He 
was sent to St. Helena, Hampton 
Roads and other Naval Stations, and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Feb. 17, 1919. 



lii.iAirrs. .ii'Si;i'ii au'I'HI j; -snu 

of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Boarts, enlisted 
Aug. 18, 1917 in the Dental Corps and 
was sent to Camp Jackson. He was 
commissioned 1st Lieutenant, sailed 
overseas, was promoted to Major then 
Lieutenant Colonel. Returned to the 
United States April 17, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 20th of 
that month. 



l;iiMi, JAMES — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Antonio Bono, entered service 
Feb. 11, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company B, 319th 
Infantry, 80th Division. He sailed 
overseas May 18. 1918, was in the 
Meuse Argonne Offensive, returned to 
the United States June 2. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 17, 
1919. 



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BONO, JOSKl'll- -.Soil of Mr. aiul 
Mrs. Antonio Mono, entcrod sorvire 
May 27, li)l8. wiis sent to Fort Ogle- 
thorpe and attftched to liaso Hospital 
No. 54. He was later trnasf erred to 
Oami> iJreen, sailed overseas Aug. 14. 
lt>18, returned May 28, 1919 and was 
lionoralily dist-liarged Juno 7, 1919. 



LiOUTZ. KAY- -Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry Bortz, enlisted Aug. 23. 191S in 
the Marine Corps. Ho was stationed 
at Paris Island, plaeed on boHrd the 
U. S. S. Te.\as, siiiled oversells in Oet. 
1918, returned to the United States 
Oee. 26, 1918 and was honorably dis- 
eharged July 31, 1919. 



BROADDUR. WILLIAM C— En- BRADY, JAMES JOSI^l'H— Son of 

listed in Aug. 1918, was sent to Camp Mrs. John Brady, Pittsburgh, Pa., en- 



Wadsworth. S. C. Was attaehed to 
Company A, 56 th Division. Sailed 
overseas Sept. 1, 1918, was gassed 
Xov. 8, 1918, and in the hospital 4 
months. Returned April 1, 1919 and 



tered service May 28, 1918, and was 
attached to the Q. M. C. Detachment. 
He was stationed at Jacksonville, 
Florida. Saileti overseas in Sept. 
1918, returned to the United States in 



was honorably discharged about a June 1919 and was honorably dis- 



month later. 



charged June 17, 1919 at Camp Lee. 







BREWER. RALPH W. — Sou of Al- 
bert Brewer, entered service Dec. 9, 
1917. was sent to Camp Greenleaf. Ga.. 
and was attai-heil to the Medical Corps. 
Was transferred to Camp Taylor, 
returned to the United Slates and was Sailed July 15. 191S, returned March 



BREWER. PATRICK CHARLES — 
entered service. Jan. 12, 1918. He 
was attached to Company F, 112 til 
Infantry, saileti overseas in Aug. 1918. 
was slightly wounded Sept. 26. 1918, 



honorably discharged 
Jan. 9. 1919. 



from service 



1, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 9th of that mouth. 



BRIDGE. RAYMOND JAMES.— Son 
of Sarah Jane Bridge, enlisted in June 
1915 with Company M, 110th Infantry, 
^8th Division. Was sent to Camp Han 



BRINKER. CHARLES W. — Born 
Aug. 16, 1896, son of J. J. Brinker. 
520 Guthrie St.. went into service 
Sept. 5, 1918. Was sent to Camp 



cock. Sailed May 4. 1918. Was in (ireeuleaf and was attached to the 



active service with the 28th Division. 
Returned to the United States May 12. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
ten days later. 



Medical Corps. He sailed for France 
and died at sea Oct. 16. 1918. 



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BRINKER. FRANK B. — Son of J- 
J. Brinker, 520 Guthrie St., entered 
service Sept. 21, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and there attached to Com- 
pany A, 320th Infantrv. 80Ih Division. 
Sailed overseas May 18. 1918. Was 
slightly gassed and wounded. Returned 
Feb. 22, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged March 7, 1919 with rank of 
Corporal. 



BROTHERS. ROBERT L.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brothers, entered 
service Sept. 4, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Forrest and attached to Com- 
pany C. 129th Engineers. Sailed over- 
seas in Oct. 1918, returned to the 
United States July 9. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged July 14, 1919. 



BROWN. EDWIN WALTER— Son 
of S. P. and Maggie Brown. 508 N. 
Main St., enlisted in the Marine Corps; 
Nov. 12. 1918. He was sent to Paris 
Island then Norfolk, Va. Was attached 
to Company 16S and wa* lionorably 
discharged from service Ang. 23, 1919. 



BROWN. JOSEPH H. — Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 2, 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Sherman and was placed with Head - 
quarters Company of the 80th Division. 
He sailed overseas June 8. 1918. re- 
turned to the United States Jan. 2, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
Feb. 1. 1919. 






BRt>\\N. M:1' 1,, Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. L. Brown. I'lcasant Unity, en 
tered service in Sept. 1917. Was sent 
to Camp Lee and placed with Com- 
pany A. 320th Infantry. SOth Division 
He sailed overseas in May 1918. 



BROWN, PAl L 1 \ > 1 ! i; >,-; ..; 
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Brown. i.ntcrcd 
service in June 918, was sent to Camp 
Crane and was attached to Evacuation 
Hospital No. 11. He sailed overseas 
Aug. 15. 1918, returned to the United 



made Sergeant, returned to the United States in July 1919 and was honorably 



States May 30. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June S, 1919. 



discharged July 18, 1919 with the rank 
of Sergeant. 



I-;i;o\VX. PAV11> Woi-i: .Vug. 19, 
18S9. enlistcti in the M;iriiie Corps 
April 8. 1918. He was stationed at 
Philadelphia, was trumpeter of the 
Company and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States March 29, 1919. 



BRUMUAl.-:i -:am;.-- PAUL — 
Born in Mardi l,-<98, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Brumbaugh, entered ser- 
vice iu 191S, was sent to Camp Forrest 
and was attached to the 4th Provi ■ 
sional Recruiting Co. He was honor- 
ably discharged from the service of the 
United States iu Feb. 1919. 



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ItKl'NOT. HILARY J. — Son of Mr. 
niu! Mrs, Fvlix R. Bninot. entiTinl 
sorvii'i- Jum- liO, 1917. was sent to 
Cunip .Toiintlian. tln-n Fort RiU-y and 
attai-hed to Hattcry T). 7Hth Field 
Artillery. Was transferred to Canin 
Houston, and Fort Sill. Sailed in Auff. 
lyiS. returned .June 20. 19H) and was 
honorably diseliarged two days later 
with the rank of Corporal. 



liliVSON, PAUL .1. — Son of James 
n. Bryson, entered serviee Aug. 28, 
1!»IH, was sent to Camp Groenleaf and 
attached to the Medieul Corps of the 
ReKimeutal Infirmary for Headquarters 
Company. lie was transferred to 
Can:p Wheeler, appointed Sergeant and 
was honorably discharged Mareli 10, 
1919. 



liRYSON, WILLIAM .L — Son of J. 
H. Hryson, enlist. -d May :i, 1918. was 
sent to Fort Adams and was attached 
to Hattery A, GCth Coast Artillery. He 
sailed for Franco .Inly 17. 1918, re- 
turned to the United Stales March 5, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
March 18. 1919. 



HUCCIII. CARLO — :n l Harrison 
Avenue, born Sept. 4, 1888, entered 
service June 25. 1918 and went to 
Camp Lee. He was attached to Com- 
I»any K, r)lh llattaliou. Was honor- 
ably discharged from the service of tho 
United Statos Jan. 8, 1019. 





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IJUCKLEY. ALEX DELEON— En- 
tered service May 27, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf. attached to 
Evacuation Hospital No. 13, was 
transferred to Camp Gordon, and Hill, 
sailed overseas August 14, 1918, re- 
turned to the United States July 19. 
1919 and was honorably discharged on 
July 26, 1919. 



RUTKA, ROBERT — Entered Mili- 
tary service Feb. 26, 1918, was as- 
signed to Camp Meade, Maryland and 
was attached to C'omjiany H, 601 st 
Artillery. He was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States June 30, 1919. 



BUTLER, LOYAL GLENN— Born 

Aug. 8, 1895. enlisted in July 1917. 
Was sent to Cam)* Sherman attached 
to the Quartermaster Corps. O.'ith In- 
fantry. Was appointed Sergeant and 
was honorably discharged from service 
May 10, 1919. 



BUTTERFIELD. G. BRUCE— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. George M.. Hutterfield. 
entered servict; Aug. (i, 1918, went to 
Camp Wadsworth and attached to 
Company C, 60.'»th Kngineers. Was 
transferred to (!atn|i Forrest then Uji- 
ton. Sailed Sept. .'JO. 1918, returned 
in July, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later that month with the rank 
of Sergeant. 






BYKRS. JoIlX A S.Mi of Frank H. 
Byers, enlisted in June 1913 in the 
Navy. He was assigned to Annapolis 
and was jilaced on board the IT. S. S. 
Minneapolis. He was appointed Lie\i- 
tenant Commander and was Sept. 1, 
1919 still in the service of the Unitea 
States Navy. 



liARBLSll. ANDREW J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barbish. Bovard. 
Pa., entered service May 24, 1918. 
AVas sent to Camp Greenleaf and 
placed with Base Hospital No. 79. He 
was transferred to Fort Des Moines, 
sailed Sei)t. 15, 1918, returned June 
27, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 2, 1919. 



BURKE, CHAKLKS DAVID— Born 
Oct. 11. 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John C. Burke, entered service May 
27, 1918. He was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf then Dix. Was attached to 
the 153rd Depot Brigade. 33rd In- 
fantry and was Iionorably discharged 
from service May 10, 1919. 



CAMPBELL. ARTIU'R SAMUEL — 
Son of Sarah and Samuel Campbell, 
enlisted in the California Medical Re- 
serve in Dec. 1917. He was a tuber- 
culosis sjiecnalist. Was stationed at 
Camp Hancock, Green Custer. Was 
commissioned 1st Lieutenant and was. 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service at Camp 
Lee, Va. 




CAMPliiOLL, DA\1D AliCllKR — 
Son of Samuel and Sarah Campbell, 
entered service May 30, 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Gordon and was at- 
tached to the Ordnance Department. 
He was in service a short time and 
was sent to the Munition Factories. 
He was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice Jan. 3, 1919. 




CAPOCKTTA, .n.mX Ki.l. '1-1(1 ser- 
vice in 1918. Was with Company M, 
100th Infantry, 28th Division. Was 
stationed at Camp Hancock. He went 
overseas February 25. 191B was 
wounded in the Meuse Offensive. Re- 
turned to the United States May 16. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23. 1919. 




CARGO, ALl'.KKT H. — Enlisted 
April 18, 1917, was sent to a Camp 
in Maine and was ]ilaced with Battery 
A, 5Ist Heavy Artillery. He sailed 
overseas in Sept. 1917. saw active s"r- 
vice and returned to the United States 
Feb. 11, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 25, 1919. 



CARGO, EARL — Entered service in 
Sept. 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Forrest placed with Company E, 72nd 
Engineers. Sailed overseas in Oct. 
1918. returned to tho United States 
July 11, 1919 and was hanorably dis- 
charged from service on the 16th of 
that month. 



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CARLOCK. CHARLIlS - - KnU.Lrd 
July 18, 1917 with Com]iany M. 7th 
Infantry, 3rd Division. Was stationed 
at Gettysburg. Sailed overseas April 
26. 1918. He lost a finger on his 
right hand by a machine gun Inillet. 
Returned Feb. 9, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged March 21, 1919. 



CAULLXL. I'LLIi'l'M- -ji- Hamil- 
ton Ave., l)orn May 22, 1894. enlisted 
June 5. 1917. He was sent to Douglas 
Arizona, attarhed to the 5th Company, 
11th Field Artillery, was made Cor- 
poral and honorably discharged from 
the service of the United States Dec. 
30, 1919. 



CARLSON, CARL AV. — Burn Nov. 
1890, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Carl- 
son, 318 Grove Ave., entered service 
July 22. 1918. Pie was sent to Camp 
Lee, attached to the 14th Provisional 
Battalion, 156th Depot Brigade. Was 
honorably discharged from service Au- 
gust 6, 1918. 



CARLSON. EDWARD G.— Sun of 
Gustave and Anna Carlson, entered 
service in April 1918. sent to Camp 
Lee, attached to Company A, 314th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Sailed for 
France May 26. 1918, returned June 
7, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
June 12, 1919. 




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CAROTHERS. FRED McNEIL— Son CARUSO, JAMES— Enlisted April CASE, DONALD D.— Son of Mr. 

St., entered service Oct. 28. 1917, sent of Mrs. Hcttie S. Carothers, enlisted 5, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and and Mrs. Charles Case, enlisted Feb. 

to Kelly Field. Placed with 223 Aero Jan. 3. 1918. Was called for service placed with Company I. 318th In- 25, 1918 in the Naval Reserve. Was 

Nov. 10, 1918 and was to report at fantry. 80th Division. Sailed overseas assigned to Wissahickon Barracks as 

Princeton University but the order May 20, 1918. Was wounded by Chief Boatswain's Mate. Was honor 

was rescinded on account of the sign shrapnel Aug. 2, 1918. Returned May ably discharged Feb. 10, 1919. 

ing of the Armistice. 16, 1919. Was honorably discharged 

June 3, 1919. 



Squadron. Sailed overseas Aug. 14, 
1918, returned June 15, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged June 26, 1919. 





CASSA. JOSEPH R. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Anthony Cassa. enlisted April 
5, 1918, assigned to Camp Lee, placed 
with Company G, 320th Infantry 80th 
Division. Sailed overseas May 17, 
1918, was in Aisne-Marne, Mouse 
Argonue, St. Mihiel. returned May 30, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 9, 1919. 



CHARLESWORTH, JOHN H. — Srn 
of Bradly Charlesworth, enlisted in the 
Canadian Army, was sent to Camp 
Salisbury. Was attached to the 9th 
Battalion, 3rd Brigade, went overseas 
in 1914, was wounded and honorably 
discharged Nov. 22, 1915. 



CHRISMAN. HARRY E.— Son of 
Calvin Chrisman, entered service July 
22, 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed with Company C. Replacement 
Troops, was made Corporal and was 
honorably discharged Dee. 12, 1918. 



CIALONE, VINCEN2I0 — 120 Madi- 
son Ave., Greensburg, entered service 
May 26 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf. Was attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps. Went to Allentown then 
Camp Crane sailed overseas Aug. 23, 
1918, returned Sept. 18, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the 27th. 




CIARIMCALI, RAPFAEL — 1431 CIRILLI, DOMINICO — 1206 Ash- CLARK, BEN F. — Son of Mr. and 

Poplar St., entered service May 27. land St., Greensburg, entered service Mrs. William Clark, 422 Grove Street, 

1918, was assigned to, Camp Greenleaf April 6, 1918. Went to Camp Lee. entered service in Sept. 1918, Was 

Placed with Medical Corps. Sailed Was attached to Company I, 318 In- sent to Camp Sherman, placed with 

Sept. 15, 191S, was attached to Base fantry, 80 Div. Sailed June 5, 1918, Company D, 380th Infantry. Was 

Sector No. 5 at Brest. Still in ser- was slightly gassed, returned June 4, made Corporal and honorably dis- 

vice overseas. ' 1919 and was honorably discharged charged Dec, 11, 1919. 

two days later. 



CLARKE, JOHN ROBB— Son of 
John E. and Josephine B. Clarke, en- 
listed July 28, 1917, m Aviation. Was 
sent to San Antonio, Texas, was placed 
with 222nd Aero Squadron, and was 
commissioned 1st Lieutenant. Sailed 
overseas March 7, 1918, returned June 
6, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 20th of that month. 



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D. Clark, entered service Feb. 25, Jas. B. and Jemina R. Clark. 241 N. 

1918. Was sent to Camp Sherman. Unity St.. enli.sted June 1, 1918. Was 

Was attached to the Depot Brigade, sent to Fort Oslfthorpe. attached to 

was piven the rank of Corporal and Comjiany B. 89th Infantry, 20th Divi- 

was honorably discharged May 18. sion. transferred to Camp Severe. Was 

1918. honorably discharged April 15, 1919. 



CLARK. JOHN L.— Sun of David 
Clark, enlisted. Mav 1917 in the llO'h 
Infantry. Sailed May 1, 1918. re- 
turned May 12, 1919 and was honor 
ably discharged from the service of 



CLEXDEXEN. CHARLES W.— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clendenen, en- 
tered service June 28, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee attached to Company 
C, 79th Division, sailed Sept. 191S 



the United States on the 29tli of that returnea May 28, 1919 and was honor- 
month, ably discharged June 1919. 



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CLEM, GEORGE E.— Son of Wil- 
liam H. and ilary Clem, entered ser- 
vice April 5, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. 
Placed with Headquarters Company, 
314th Motor Supply Train, 80th Divi- 
sion. Sailed July 10, 1918, was :n 
accident taking supplies to the front. 
in hospital for four months, returned 
May 30, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged June 1919. 



CLEM, JOHN W. — Son of Beujamiu 
Clem, entered service July 1917, was 
sent to Harrisburg, attached to Com- 
pany F, 4th Infantry, 3rd Division. 
Sailed overseas Dec. 1918, was 
wounded in the head. Still in service. 



CLINE. ARCH T. — Son of Mr. and COCHRAN, ROBERT — Enlisted in 

Mrs. William R. Cline, enlisted July Dec. 1917 with Medical Corps, was 

8, 1917 with the Mercy Hospital Unit, given the rank of 1st Lieutenant, was 

Was stationed in Pittsburgh. Base stationed at Camp Sherman and Ho- 

Hospital No. 27. Sailed Sept. 27, boken, N. J., made two trips overseas 

1917, returned March. 24, 1919 and Still stationed at Staten Island as 

was honorably discharged April 1, Quarantine Officer. 
1919. 



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son of Sam. Cohen, 333 Hamilton St., 
entered service August 29, 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Lee, then Shelby, 
later Dix and was honorably dis - 
charged Dec. 31, 1918. 



COHEN. JOSEPH — Sou of Lewis 
Cohen, enlisted May 17, 1918 with 
Company B, SSth Engineers. He sailed 
June 1918, returned May 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the latter 
part of that month. 



COHEN, LOUIS B.— Son of Sam 
Cohen, entered service in Aj^ril 1918, 
was sent to Camp Lee and attached to 
the Infantry. He sailed overseas in 
the Spring of 1918 returned June 1919 
and was honorably discharged that 
month. 



COHEN, MYER. — Son of Sam 
Cohen, entered service Sept. 1. 1917, 
was sent to Camp Dix and placed with 
Company E, 302 Infantry. He sailed 
April 2, 1918. Was wounded. Re- 
turned April 4, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
18th of the month. 







COLE, JOHN \V.— Son of Charles C. 
and Adelaide Cole, Greensburg, en- 
listed May 30, 1918 at Columbus Bar- 
racks, was transferred to Camp 
Howard and attached to Battery C, 4th 
Coast Artillery Corps. He sailed 
Sept. 23, 1918, returned Dec. 22. 1918 
and was honorably discharged Jan. 2. 
1919. 



COLEMAN. MILTON RAY— Son of 
Mrs. Athea Coleman, enlisted March 
12, 1917, was stationed at the 4th 
Regimental Armory, Jersrv City. A\'as 
attached to Company E, 413th Tele- 
graph Battalion. Sailed Jan. 9. 191H, 
returned April 28, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged May 1st, 1919. 



COLESTOCK, FRANK — Enlisted 
June 21, 1916 with Company I, llOlh 
Infantry. 2Sth Division. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed May 3, 
1918. was in the 5th German Offensive, 
St. Mihiel, Ourcq and Vesle River, re- 
turned May 11, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged the 22nd of that 
month. 



COLVIN, DAVID P. — Son of Mrs. 

Catherine Quigley. enlisted in 1915 
with the Marine Corps, was sent to 
North Fork and attached to the 18th 
Company, 5th Regiment, 2nd Division. 
He sailed July, 1917, was given a 
Croix de Guerre and a Distinguished. 
Service Cross, for gallant work in the 
Bois de Belleau and was killed in ac- 
tion at the Marne. 



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CONItOY. JAMES WILLIAM-- .Sun 
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Conrov. en- 
listed Oct. 15. 191S with the Motor 
Mechanics at the University of Pitts- 
burgh. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 1918. 



H)i'E. RICHARD POLLARD — Son 
of Mrs. Sarah Cope, entered service 
February 12, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with Company E, 146lh 
Infantry. 37th Division. He sailed 
June 5, 1918, was made Corporal, re- 
turned April 5, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged ten days later. 



COPE. OSCAR M. — Son of Mr-. 
Sarah Cope, enlisted March 9, 1918. 
Was sent to Madison Barracks, Cornell 
and placed with Photo Section No. 55 
of the Aviation. Was sent to Field 
No. 2, Hempstead, L. I. Was honor- 
ably discharged Dec. 12, 1918. 



LO.SHEV. HENRY S.^Son of Harrv 
D. Coshev. Enlisted June 21. 1916. 
with the 107th Field Artillery, 28th 
Division. Was stationed at Camp 
Hancock and Mills, sailed May 5, 
1918. returned May 7. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged two weeks later. 







COULTER. HENKY W.— Sou cf 
Mrs. Richard Coulter. Entered ser- 
vice Jan. 15. 1897. Was appointed 
Lieutenant Colonel and assigned with 
Company I. llOth U. S. Infantry. 
Stationed at Big Bend, Texas and 
Camp Hancock, Sailed May 2. 1918 
and was wounded Sept. 4, 1918. Re- 
turned Jan. 6, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged on Jan. 31, 1919. 



COULTER. RICHARD— Sou of Mr.s. 
Emma W. Coulter. Was Colonel of 
the old loth N. G. P. Entered ser- 
vice jT»iy 15. 1917. Assigned to Pallo 
Alto and Camp Green. Was appointed 
Brigadier General. Aug. 5, 1917. Sailed 
Dec. 12, 1917. Returned Dec. 22, 
1913 and was honorably discharged 
Jan. 7, 1919. 



COX, RICHARD — Son of Edward 
Cox, entered service Sept. 4. 1918 was 
sent to Camp Sherman and attached 
to 158th Depot Brigade. He was 
transferred to Camp Forrest and was 
lonorably discharged Dec. 23, 1918. 



CROCK, LKROY^Son of Mr, ;.ud 
Mrs. Willaim Crock, entered Military 
service in 1917. He was sent to Camp 
Gordon was attached to Co. C. 104th 
Infantry, 26 th Division, sailed the 
early part of 1918. returned May 1919 
and was honorablv discharged June 
1S19. 








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CREESE, DAVID E.— Enlisted May 
2, 1918. was sent to Camp Forrest and 
attached to Company E, 34th Infantry 
7th Division. He was transferred to 
Camp Upton, sailed Aug. 18 1918, was 
shell shocked Nov. 1, 1918, returned 
March 31 1919 and was honorably 
discharged June 20, 1919. 



CRESCENZI, FRED — Entered ser- 
vice July 31, 1918. He was assigned 
to Camp Forrest, placed with the 13th 
Company, 1st Engineers Recruiting 
Battiilion and was honorably discharg- 
ed Aug. 8, 1918. 



CROSBY, RICHARD — Son of Ven- 
ton E. and Margaret Crosby, enlisted 
April 21, 1917, was assigned to Fort 
Andrews. Was attached to Battery C, 
44th C. A. C. Sailed Aug. 1918. was 
in the St. Mihiel and other important 
drives. Wounded in his leg. returned 
Feb. 4, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 20, 1919. 



CROSBY, JAMES LJoyd — Son of 
James and Susan Crosby entered ser- 
vice Sept. 5, 1918, was sent to Cami) 
Greenleaf and entered the Officers' 
Training School. Ho took Influenza 
and Pneumo'ia and died October 25, 
1918. 





CROSBY, HOWARD DINSMORE — 
Son of Vinton E. and Margaret Crosbv, 
enlisted in Oct. 1918. Was sent to 
Kelly Field Texas, attached to the 70tl. 
Aero Squadron, transferred to Elling- 
ton Field. Was honorablv discharged 
Jan. 23. 1919. 



CROUSE. CHARLES C, M. D. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crouse. enlisted 
June 1, 1917 with the Pitt Hospital 
Unit. He was commissioned Captain, 
sailed July 23, 1917, was hit by gas 
shell, returned March 26, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged April 1, 
1919. 




CURTIS, RUSSELL— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Droutz. entered service in 
1918, was sent to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to the Infantry. He was hon- 
orably discharged July 1919. 




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DEEDS. JACOB H. — Son of William 

and Mary Ellen Deeds, entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. He was sen* to Camp 
Lee attached to the Supply Company, 
Quartermaster Corps and was honor- 
ably discharged May 3, 1919. 



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DEEDS, JOHN G. — Son of William 
and Mary Ellen Deeds, enlisted May 
i:i. 1917. was sent to Columbus Bar- 
racks then Camp Stewart. He was at- 
tached to Company E, 2nd Ammuni- 
tion Train. *.2nd Division. Sailed Jan. 
8, 1918, was in all of the lar^e bat- 
tles; returned Aug. 4, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged Aug. 13, 1919. 



DOMEXICK. FRANK— Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6. 1917. Sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Comjiany I, 166th In- 
fantry, 4'Jnd Division. He sailed Feb. 
28, 1918. was in the Chateau Thierry 
and Sleuse Argonne Offensive, returned 
April 11, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged a week later. 



DATZ, RYAN — Son of Mrs. Geo. 
Datz. Enlisted in April 1918, was 
sent to Camp Merritt and was attached 
to Company A, 43rd Engineers. Sailed 
May 1918,' returned July 9, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged later that 
month. 



DAVIS ALVIN G. — Entered service 
April 4, 1918 went to Camp Dix and 
was attached to the 53rd Engineers. 
He later transferred to the 153rd De- 
pot Brigade and still later to an Offi- 
cers' Training Camp. Was honorably 
discharged Nov. 26, 1918. 



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and Mrs. Adam Daerr, entered service Mrs. Wolfe Daniels. Entered service and Mrs. Wolfe Daniels, enlisted Sept. of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Davis, en- 
-\ug. 29, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee June 12, 1918, was sent to Carajj 17, 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, listed June 1917, was sent to Corpus 
and iilaced with Headquarters Com- Joseph Johnston. He was attached to then Wheeler, was attached to the In- Christie and placed with Company F, 
pany of the 14th Depot Brigade 4th the 522nd Motor Supply Train Quar- fantry. Was honorably discharged 30th Engineers. He was transferred 
Training Battalion. He was honorably termasters Corps, sailed Sept. 30, Dec. 18, 1918. to Headquarters Company, 1st Gas 

discharged Sept. 6, 1918. 1918, returned and was honorably dis- Regiment, sailed overseas. Returned 

charged July 1919. to the United States Feb. 1919 and 

was honorably discharged later that 
month. 




DWMORE. UMBERTO — Enlisted DEAL, J.\MES H. — Enlisted June DeB.-\LDO. FR-\N'K M. — Son of DeB-\LDt), .l.iMES M. — Son of Paul 

May 27, 1917, was assigned to Camp 22, 1916 with Company I, 110th In- Paul DcBaldo. entered service July 1. DeBaldo, entered service June 25, 

Greenleaf and attached to the Medical fantry, 28th Division. He was sent 1917. Was sent to Brownsville, Texas, 1918. He was sent to Fort Adam, 

Corps. Sailed overseas Aug. 24. 1918. to Camp Hancock, sailed May 3. 1918 attached to 83rd Field Artillery, 8th placed with the 66th Heavy Artillery, 

was in the Meuse Argonne and other was in all the large battles with the Division, sailed overseas Oct. 28, 1918. sailed July 18. 1918, returned March 

battles, returned July 2, 1919 and was 28th Division, returned May 12, 1919 returned Jan. 18, 1919 and was honor- 5, 1919 and was honorably discharged 

honorably discharged on the 10th of and was honorably discharged May 23, .nbly discharged a month later. March 18, 1919. 

ihat month. 1919. 





DECKER, ORUE \V. — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. H. W. Decker, enlisted with 
Company I, lioih Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. Was sent to Camp Hancock, 
sailed May 3, 1918 was in a number 
of large battles, returned May 12, 1919 
and was honorably discharged May ably discharged Juno 13, 1919 



DEEMER. FRANK S. — Son of John 
Deemer, enlisted April 29, 1917 with 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 38th Di- 
vision. Sailed March 28, 1918, was 
wounded in the left arm and lung, re- 
turned Dec, 30, 1919, and was honor- 





DEEMEK, WILLIAM H.— Son of DEMILI.A., VIXCEXZO — Entered 

Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Deemer, entered service April 5, 1918 and was sent to 

service in I'Jlb was sent to Camp For- Camp Lee. He was attached to Com 

rest. Was attached to Company E. pany I, 318th Infantry. 80th Division, 

307th Engineers, 82nd Division. He sailed May 22, 1918, was in the St. 

sailed Xov. 1918, returned May 1919 Mibiel and Meuse Argonte Offensives, 

and was honorably discharged June returned May 27, 1919 and was hon 

1919. orably discharged June 4, 1919. 



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DENMAN, DAVID N.. JR. — Son of DEMARK. CARL M. — Son of Cath- 

Mr. and llrs. E, N. Denman. Enlisted erine Deraark, entered service May 27, 

June 10, 1917. was sent to Fort 1918 and was sent to Camp Hum- 

Slo';um, N. Y. He transferred to the phryes. He was attached to Company 

Signal Corps and Air Service, was as- E, 4th Engineers and was honorably 

signed to Kelly Field, then Camp Tay- discharged Dec. 1918. 
lor and was honorably discharged Nop. 
30, 1918. 



DEMMER, JACOB P. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Demmer, entered ser- 
vice Sept. 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Sherman, attached to Aviation service, 
was honorably discharged April 1919, 
but re -enlisted. 



DENNISON. EDWARD J— Son of 

Mr. and Mrs. James Dennison, entered 
service May 27. 1918. He was sent 

to Camp Greenleaf, was in an instruc- 
tion Company and was honorably d'e- 

charged June 3, 1918. 







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Del'UIEST, EDWIN— Suu of Mr. LfEKUELLE, ELLWOOD N.^ttun of DEVAUX, CHARLES FRKDKUICK L»E VAUX. J(JHX WALTER — Son 

and Mrs. Robert DePriost. enlisted in Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Deruelle, enlisted — Son of Rev. and Mrs. M. V. De- of Rev. and Mrs. M. V. De Vaux, en- 

1917 and was! assigned to Camp Sheri- June 1917, was sent to Camp Meade Vaux, enlisted June 15. 1918 with the listed in the Navy April 1, 1918, he 

dan. He was attached to Battery E, and attached to 304th Signal Battalion. Motor Mechanics at the University of trained at Chicago then at the Cleve- 

134th Field Artillery, sailed Aug. 1918, Sailed July 7, 1918, returned May 26, Pittsburgh. Was with the Headquar- land Armory O. T. C. Was placed 

was in St. Miliiel and Mcuse-Argonne 1919, was honorably discharged May ters Company and was honorably dis- on board the B. F. Saure training ship 

Offensives, returned May 3919 and was 30, 1919. charged Dec. 11, 1918. at the Great Lakes. Was honorably 

honorably discharged later that month. discharged Jan. 4, 1919. 







DE VAUX. SPURGEOX SEYBERT DE I'OUNG, JOSEPH S. — Son DI COCCO. MAXRO— Entered ser- DODSON, OSCAR C. — Son of Mrs. 

— Son of Rev. and Mrs. M. V. De- of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Y'oung, 440 \'ice May 26. 1918. wa.^; scut to Cami» Ellen Dodson, enlisted Aug. 5, 1917. 

Vaux, enlisted Oct. 1, 1918. He was Westminster Ave. Enlisted in 1917. Greenleaf and was attached to the He was attached to Company I. 110th 

with the Medical Corps at Seton Hos- was sent to Camp Lee and attached to 32-ith Field Hospital. He sailed Aug. Infantry, 28th Division, was sent to 

pital and was honorably discharged Company B. 50th Engineers, 5th Bat- 22, 1918, returned June 20, 1919 and Camp Hancock. Sailed May 1918. 

Dec. 21, 1918. talion. Sailed for Prance, returned was honorably discharged one week Was killed in action in the Argonne 

Aug. 1919, and was honorably dis- later. Forest, Oct. 4, 1918 and is buried in 

charged later that month, as 2nd Lieu- Apermont. 
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of Edward E. Donohoe. Entered ser- Edward E. Donohoe, enlisted June 20, Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp vice Sept. 5, 1917, went to Camp Lee 
vice in Oct. 1918. He was in the 1917 with Field Hospital No. 109 of Lee and placed with the 5th Training and was placed with Company B, 



Officers' Training School at John Hop- the 28th Division and was sent to Battalion, 155th Depot Brigade, 
kins. Was honorably discharged Dec. Camp Hancock. He sailed May 19, was honorably discharged Feb. 
30, 1918. 1918, was in the 5th German Often- 1918. 

sive, Meuse- Argonne, returned May 

21, 1919 and was honorably discharged 

June 25, 1919. 



He 320th, Infantry, 80th Division. Was 
4, commissioned 1st Lieutenant and wa.s 
honorably discharged Dec. 24. 1918. 



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April 7, 1917, with Company C, 2nd 
Division, was sent to Camp Bowie and 
July 7, 1918. sailed for France. He 
was gassed at St. Mihiel. returned 
Feb. 23, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged March 10, 1919. 



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DROUTZ, RUSSELL C. — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. \V. R. Droutz. Entered ser- 
vice in June 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee, was attached to the 155th 
Depot Brigade and was honorably dis- 
charged July 1918. 





DRYLIE, JAMES COWEN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dry lie, entered 
service February 26, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee, attached to 1st Sec- 
tion, Training Battalion. 155th Depot 
Brigade and was honorably discharged 
March 3. 1918. 



DRYLIE. DAVID RANKIN — En- 
tered service Sept. 6. 1917, and was 
sent to Camp Hancock. He was at- 
tached to Company H, 3rd Regiment. 
Was honorably discharged Jan. 1919. 



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DRYLIE. WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Drvlie, entered service May 
27, 1918. He was attached to Mobile 
Hospital No. 8. Served eleven months 
in France. Returned to U. S. and was 
honorably discharged Aug. 1919. 



Dubois. GEORGE D. — son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Avis Du Bois. Millville, N. J., 
entered service April 5, 1918, went to 
Camp Lee and was placed with Com- 
pany D, 315th Machine Gun Battalion, 
SOth Division. He sailed May 1918, 
was slightly gassed, returned June 
1919 and was honorably discharged on 
the 17th of that mouth. 



DUFF, FRANK T. — Entered mili- 
tary service April 30, 1918 and was 
sent to Camp Lee. He was attached 
to the 313th Field Artillery. SOth Di- 
vision, sailed May 22, 1918, was in 
the Argoune, St. Mihiel and other 
battles, returned and was honorably 
discharged May 17, 1919. 



DUi-)'. l;iii;;.i;T II. ,s,,n of Joseph 
H. Duff. entt-Tt-a service May 26, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Greenleaf and was 
attached to Mobile Hospital No. 8. 
Was transferred to CaniD Crane, sailed 
Aug. 1918, returned July 27. 1919 
and was honorably discharged Aug. 
2, 1919. 




DUNBAR, .MKKLL .M_ s-.n oi ^Vil- 
mer Lunbar, entered service Dec. 19, 
1917. He went to Fort McPherson, 
was attached to Hospital Unit No. 21, 
sailed March 1918, returned June 3, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 15, 1919. 



DUNCAN, HAIMLlt S.— Entered 
service May 11, 1917 and was the 
first Y. M. C. A. secretary to enter 
war work at Piatt sburg Training 
Cam]i. Transferred to Ft. Ethan Allen 
and was last assigned as Camp Secre- 
tary at Camp Meade. 



DUNCAN, GI-:(.)KGE— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Duncan, entered ser- 
vice May 27, 191S, and sent to Camp 
Greenleaf. He was attached to Evacu- 
ation Hospital No. 49, sailed overseas 
in Oct. 1918, and is still in service. 



EARNEST. G. ( HAl;LKS^Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clift'urd H. Earnest, en- 
tered service July 22, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 164th 
Infantry, 41st, Division. He sailed 
Sept. 4, 1918, returned March 28, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 13, 1919. 







EARNE.sT, SAM I KL IV — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Earnest, en- 
tered service Aug. 15, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Sherman attached to the 



ELSnUKV. GKdKGE W ILLIAM — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Elsbury. 
went into Military service Sept. 5. 
1919, was assigned to Camp Forrest 



6th Group Personnel Office and was and there placed with Company B, 



honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 



72nd Engineers. He sailed Oct. 1918. 
returned Julv 1919 and was honorably 
discharged July 17, 1919. 



ERRETT. JOHN A. — Son of James ERWIN. NEWTON E. — Son of Mr. 

M. and Jennie Errett. entered service and Mrs. J. B. Erwin. enlisted 1917. 

Sept. 21, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee Was sent to Fort Oglethorpe, was com- 

and placed with Company A, 320th missioned 1st Lieutenant in the Medi- 

Infantry. Sailed May 18. 1918. was cal Corps, was transferred to Camp 

wounded Sept. 29, 1918. returned Greenleaf and was honorably discharg- 

Mav 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- ed Jan. 1919. 
charged June 8, 1919. 



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KVANS. JAY WILLIAM — Son of FACKIXEK. LEWIS HENRY. — Son 

Jonas and May Evans, entered service of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fackiner, en- 

May 27, 1918. Sent to Camp Green- listed in 1917. He was assigned to 

leaf and attached to Mobile Hospital Fort Sam Houston, attached to Troop 

No. 8. Sailed Aug. 23, 1918, served C. 14th Cavalry, transferred to Camp 

with a British Hospital for five weeks, Travis. Still in service, 
returned July 24, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged. 



FAGAN, ^VILLIAM JAMES — En- 
listed with Company I, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division in May 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Hancock, was taken sick 
and discharged from service, re -en- 
listed with Company E, 214th Engi- 
neers, was sent to Camp Custer and 
Forrest. Was honorably discharged 
Jan. 1919. 



FARBER. MIKE — Son of Louis and 
Mary Farber, entered service May 26. 
1918. He went to Camp Greenleaf. 
was attached to the Quartermaster 
Corps the General Hospital and was 
honorably discharged May 27, 1919. 







FARBER. LEMUEL, JR. — Son of 
Lemuel Farber, entered service Oct. 
5, 1917 and was attached to Company 
M, 168th Infantry. He sailed April 
1918, was in number of large battles 
including Chateau Thierry, returned 
May 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the 14th of that month. 



FIELDING. WILLIAM — Born in 
March 1897, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Fielding, enlisted in the Fall of 1917 
in the L^nited States Army. 



PEINBERG, BENNIE — Son of Simon 
Feinberg. Entered service Sept. 4, 
1918. He was sent to Camp Green- 
ieaf. attached to the 7th Motor Trans- 
portation Company Section B, and 
died while in that Camp of Influenza. 



FINOECHIO, MANRO — Entered 
service April 5, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee attached to Company D, 
313th Machine Gun Battalion 80th Di- 
vision. He was transferred to Camp 
Dix, sailed May 26, 1918. Was in 
St. Mihiel and Meuse- Argonne Offen- 
sive, returned June 7, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 12. 



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FERGUSON, DAVID HARRY — Son 
of Daniel and Sarah Ferguson, enlisted 
June 13, 1916. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock with Company I 1 10th In ■ 
fantry, 28th Division. Was trans- 
ferred to the 301st Remount Company 
stationed at Camp Hill, was twenty - 
two hours out at sea when the Ar- 
mistice wag signed. Was honorably 
discharged Jan. 26, 1919. 



FERGUSON, GEORGE S. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Ferguson, entered 
service April 5th, 1918 was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Comi:)any 
B 313th Machine Gun Company, 80th 
Division. Sailed overseas May 26, 
1918, returned June 7, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 13, 1919. 



FERGUSON. JAMES S. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. J. Ferguson, enlisted 
spring of 1917, in the United States 
Cavalry. Was sent to Fort Oglethorpe, 
attached to Troop F, 22nd Regiment, 
7th Division. Was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 1 1918. 



FERGUSON, JOHN THOMAS — Son 

of Daniel and Sarah Ferguson, enlisted 
Nov. 16, 1914, was attached to Bat- 
tery D, 55th C. A. C. 31st Division. 
Was stationed at Fort Winfield Scott, 
San Francisco. Was appointed Ser- 
geant. Sent East to embark for over- 
seas but the Armistice was signed be- 
fore he sailed. 





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service May 27, 1918, was sent to Son of James K. and Annie Perren, listed in July 1917. Was sent over- 21. 1897, son of George Fitzko, 313 

Camp Greenleaf and placed with Hos- entered service May 27, 1918. was sent seas Aug. 18, 1917. Was Commission- Ludwick St., enlisted June 19, 1917. 

pital No. 68. He sailed overseas May to Camp Greenleaf, and attached to ed Captain. Was attached to the He was sent to Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 

15, 1918 and was Sept. 1, 1919 still Pield Hospital No. 22. He was trans- Royal Army Medical Corps. Was Was attached to the 14th Pield Artil - 

in service in France. ferred to Camp Merritt. Sailed Aug. gassed April 25, 1918 at Filley, lery and was honorahly discharged 

12, 1918, returned in July 1919, and Prance, returned April 5th, 1919 and from service April 5, 1919. 

was honorably discharged on July 10, was honorahly discharged May 30. 

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FLEISCHMANN, CHARLES JO- 
SEPH — Son of Andrew and Margaret 
Fleischmanii, entered service Sept. 5, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and was attached to the 51st Medical 



FLEMING, EMANUEL — Son of 
Rohert E. Fleming, entered service 
Aug. 5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Custer and attached to the 542d Engi- 
neers. Sailed overseas Oct. 8, 1918, 



Replacement Unit. Sailed for France returned July 5, 1919 and was honor- 
Oct. 6, 191S and died Oct. 17 going ahly discharged later that month. 
over on the transport. 



FLEMING. EUGUENE M. — Son of 
Orie M. Fleming, entered service Dee. 
20, 1917. Was sent to Camp Sherman 
and placed with Company C, 326th 
Machine Gun Battalion, 84th Division. 
Sailed overseas Aug. 29, 1918. return- 
ed May 29, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged in June 1919. 



FLEMING, JAMES R. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Fleming, entered 
service in 1917. Was sent to Atlanta, 
Ga. Was commissioned 1st Lieuten - 
ant. Was an instructor in Aviation. 
Was honorably discharged in January 
1919. 







FLUKE WILLIAM LLOYD— Son FOLK. HAKKY E.— Son of Mr. and FOLTZ, CLARENCE J.— Born PONTANELLO. ANGELO— Entered 

of William and Lillev Fluke, enlisted Mrs. Henrv L. Folk, entered service March 25, 1891. entered service Feb. service Sept. 21, 1917, went to Camp 

June, 1917. M'as sent to Camp Han- Oct. 6, 1917. He was sent to Camp 11, 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee Lee and was placed with Company L, 

cock attached to 7th Field Artillery, Lee. was giveu the rank of Corporal attached to Company F. 305th Artil- 7th Infantry. 3rd Division. Sailed 

28th Division. Was made Quarter- and was honorably discharged from lery, 80th Division. Was honorably overseas April 7. 1918. Saw active 



masteV Sergeant. Was honorably dis- service April 27, 1918. 
charged from service in Jan. 1919. 



discharged from service March 23, 
1919. 



service and returned to the United 
States Aug. 25. 1919. Was honorably 
discharged Sept. 3, 1919. 





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FORD, JOIIX W.— Son of Mr. and FuRGACH. ,UHIX— Kiiirird ,s,rvKL- 
Mrs. W. F. Ford, enlisted in 1917 with June 7. 1917, was sent to San Antonio 
the 109th Field Hospital. Was sta- and attached to Company A 20th Field 
tioned at Camp Hancock. Sailed over- Artillery. He was appointed Corporal, 
seas May 5th, 1918. was in the Meuse- sailed overseas May 31, 1918. Re- 
Argonne". St. Mihiel and many other turned July 22. 1919 and was honor- 
drives, returned in May 1919 and was ably discharged July 26, 1919. 
honorably discharged later that month. 



FUiaiACIL STEVE M.— Entt-rL-J 
service June 21, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. Was attached to ihe 
324th Infantry. Sanitary Detachment. 
Was transferred to Camp Jackson. 
Was honorably discharged Jan. 12, 
1918. 



VO\. .nmX 1'. — li.irn Xnv.-mber 11, 
1893, sou of Mrs. Alice McGiffen, en- 
listed in the Marine Corps in 1917. 
He was stationtd at Paris Island. Was 
assigned to duty on the U. S. S. Hunt- 
ing. Was honorably discharged from 
service in May 1919. 




FOX. TONY— Enli.stcd June 12. 
1917. Was sent to Camp Forrest and 
was attached to Company C. 51st In- 
fantry. 6th Division. Sailed overseas 
July 4, 1918. Was in the Argonne and 
Verdune Sectors, Returned July 6. 
1919 and was honorably discharged on 
July 12. 1919. 




FREDERTCKSOX, jjol'.KKT L.^ 
Son of Charles and Mary Frederickson. 
entered service Sept. 21. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Leo and placed with 
Comjiany B. 26th Engineers. Sailed 
overseas from Camp Dix. Feb. 26, 
191^. Was engaged in the St. Mihiel 
and Toul Sectors. Returned March 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
on March 21, 1919. 




FJi K 1 > K U 1 (■ K S( )X . KRX EST — Son 
of Charles and Mary Frederickson. en- 
tered st-rvice in the Spring of 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Lee and was placed 
in the Signal Corj.s. Sailed in May. 
1918. Returned in June. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged later that 
mouth with rank of Corporal. 




11 LMEK. R. LAWSON — Born Feb. 
9. 1891. son of Hernet R. and Jane 
Fulmer, enlisted in Sept. 1917 in Bal- 
loon Service. He was sent to Fort 
Omalia. Was commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant. Was an Instructor there. Was 
honorably discharged in Jan. 1919. 



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FLLMER. DALE HUMPHREY — 

Son of Hernet and Jane Fulmer, en- 
listed with Company I, 110th Infantry. 
2Sth Division in May 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Ham-ork, AVas trans- 
ferred to the Motor Transportation 
Corjis. M'as honorably discharged 
from service April 15, 1919. 



FUNK. JAMES PICKLE — Son of 
Wiliam E. and Hanna L. Funk, entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to 160th 
Headquarters Company 80th Division. 
Sailed May 8, 191S. Was blinded Oct. 
3, 191ri in the Argonne. Returned 
Feb. 18. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged in May 1919, and is now in 
a school for the blind in Baltimore. 



FUNK, WILBUR ROY — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Jacob Funk, entered service 
Oct. 5, 1917. Was assigned to the M. 
T. C. Sailed overseas Jan. 11, 1918. 
Returned June 11, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged a few days later. 



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PLRY, DAN — Entered service in 
1917. was sent to Camp Lee and placed 
witli Company A, 305th Motor Supply 
Company, SO'th Division. Sailed May 
25, 1918. Was in the St. Mihiel and 
Meuse- Argonne Offensives. Returned 
June 5. 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged June 11, 1919 with the rank 
of Sergeant. 




FRYE, CHARLK.S EIIWAKU — Son 
of Charles and Laura Frye, enli.- *"-'^ 
May 26. 1917. Wf- --■ 



listed 



May :;o. iai(. \\ as sent to Camj} 
Greenleaf and attached to Company F. 
16th Engineers. Sailed in July 1917. 
Was in the Argonne, Verdun and other 
battles. Was slightly gassed. Re- 
turned May 14, 1919. Was honorably 
discharged ten days later. 



FliVK, IJEHRGE D. — Sou of .Samutl 
il. and Catherine E. Frye, entered ser- 
vice May 26, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and assigned to Mobile Hos- 
pital No. 8. Sailed for France Aug. 
23. 1918. Served 5 weeks with the 
British. Returned July 24, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged Jtily 30, 1919 
with rank of Sergeant. 




FKYE, PAUL E. — Son of .Saiiiu. 1 
and Catherine Frye. entered service 
May 27, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Evacuation 
Hospital No. 4. Sailed for France 
Sept. 3, 1918. Returned July 16, 
1919, Was honorably discharged July 
23, 1919. 




FKYE, WILLIAM D. — Son of Mr 
and Mrs. Henry L. Frye, entered ser- 
vice in April 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company A, 11th 
Infantry, 5th Division. Sailed over- 
seas inAug. 1918. Returned July 20, 
1919. Was honorably discharged July 
26, 1919. 



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ed service Oct 6 1917. Was assigned and Mrs. Domico Gaetano. Rosstown, and Hannah Gaffey, entered service listed April 2o, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee. Was placed with Com- Pa., entered service Feb. 26, 1918. July 22, 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee to Camp A ail and attached to the 
panv M 106th Infantry. Sailed over- Was sent to Camp Lee and attached and attached to the Veterinary Hos- 406th Telegraph Battalion, 1st Army 
seas" in' March 1918 Was wounded, to Companv B, 601st Engineers. Sailed pital No. 208. Sailed Oct. 11, 1918, Corps. Sailed Aug. 7, 1917. ^\ as 



Returned in April 1919. Was honor overseas June 28, 1917. Returned 
ably discharged from service October July 6, 1919. Was honorably dis 
11, 1919. charged July 11, 1919. 



returned June 20, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 28, 1919 with 
rank of Corporal. 



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1917 to March 1. 1918 in Wire Chiefs 
Headquarters. Returned in April 1919 
Was honorably discharged on April 26, 
1919 with the rank of 1st Sergeant. 





t.TAL\ IX, Uhojii.r. ( .— xni ui Wii- CtAXXKTT. WILLIAM B. — Son of 

liam J. and Cornelia Galvin, entered Harry Gannett, entered service Sept. 

service June 18, 1917, was sent to 22, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 

Camp Greenleaf and attached to Field Camp Green. Sailed April 24, 1918. 

Hospital No. 23. Sailed for France Was, Sept. 1, 1919 still in service with 

December 4, 1917. Saw active service the American Expeditionary Forces, 
and returned Aug. 4, 1919. Was hon- 
orably discharged Aug. 13, 1919. 



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Lewis Garland, enlisted July 1, 1916 James Garner, entered service May 26. 

with Company M, 110th Infantry, 28th 1918. \\"as sent to Camp Greenleaf 

Division. Was sent to Camp Hancock and attached to Mobile Hospital No. 

and sailed for France May 3, 1918. 8. Sailed overseas Aug. 24, 1918. 

Was wounded in the neck and hand by Was transferred to Camp Hospital No. 

shrapnel. Returned May 16, 1919 and 144. Returned July 2, 1919. Was 

was honorably discharged May 23, honorably discharged July 10, 1919. 
1919 with rank of Corporal, 



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GARRIS. GEORGE W.— Son of Mr. GAY. FRANK O. — Son of Mrs. P. 

and Mrs. W. T. Garris, entei"ed service Burheun. enlisted Dec. 13, 1917. "Was 

Oct. 5, 1917. Sent to Camp Lee and sent to Cami) Dix. attached to the 102 

attached to the 303 M. T. C. Sailed Ordnance Department. Was honor- 



GEARHART. WILLIS S- — Enlisted GELIX. ARTHUR— Sou of Carol 
May 2.5, 1917 with Company I, 110th Gelin, entered service Sept. 2:i. 1917 



Infantry, 28th Division and was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock. Sailed over- 



Was sent to Camp Lee and attached 
to Company C, I'lth Machine Gun 



overseas .Ian. 17, 1918. Was ap- ably discharged April 17, 1919 with seas May, 1918. was wounded and lost Battalion. Was transferred to Camp 

pointed Sergeant. Returned June 19, rank of Sergeant. the sight of his right eye. Returned Green. Sailed April 12, 1918. Was 

1919 and was honorably discharged March 12, 1919 and was honorably wounded by shrapnel. Returned Dec. 

June 26, 1919. discharged from service April 12, 30, 191S and was still in service Sept. 

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GETTEMY, PAUL EUGENE— Born 



Sept. 5, 1918. Was sent to Camp Son of Mrs. Anna May Gesaiman, en- of William H. and Matilda Gettemy, March 17, 1898, son of William H. 
Greenleaf. Was placed with Head- listed March 16, 1918 with Battery A. enlisted in June 1917 with Company and Matilda Gettemy, enlisted in the 
quarters Detachment of the Medical 4th Field Artillery. Was sent to Fort M. 110th Infantry, 23th Division and S. A. T. C. at the University of Pitts- 
Corps. Was honorably discharged Shelby, Logan, Corpus Christy, and was sent to Camp Hancock. Sailed burg in October 1918. He was hon- 
Jan. 18, 1919. Stanley and was Sept. 1, 1919 still in overseas May 3, 1918, was wounded orably discharged from Military ser- 

service. at Chateau Thiery. Returned in Oct. vice in December 1918. 

1918 and was honorably discharged in 
Jan. 1919. 







GETTINGEK, EDWARD- Sun of 
ilrs. Mary Gettinger, enlisted May 17, 
1918. Was assigned to Fort Benja- 
min Harrison and placed with Com- 
pany A, 48th Engineers. Sailed over- 



GETTINGER. JOHN— Son of ilrs. 
Mary Gettinger, entered service May 
27, 1918. Was sent to Camp Green- 
leaf and attached to Company C, 605th 
Engineers, 8th Army Carps. Sailed 



seas Aug. 1, 1918, had his hand overseas in Sept. 1918. Returned 



smashed transferring Freight. Re 
turned Jan. 3, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Feb. 8, 1919. 



June 17, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 24, 1919. 



tiHKlST. GLENN L.^Born Dec. 8, GILEN. OSCAR K.— Born Sept. 17. 

1889. sou of Avers Ghrist, 534 West 1889, son of Cowl Gilen. enlisted July 

Atterman St., entered service in No- 28, 1917. Was sent to Fort Ogle- 

vember 1918. He was sent to Camp thorpe and attached to the Medical 

Mead and was honorably discharged Corps. Transferred to Camp Lee and 

from service in May 1919. was honorably discharged from Mili- 
tary service August 2, 1919. 







GILLEN. ARCHIE — Entered service GILLIGAN. CHARLES L. — Entered 

May 3, 1918, was sent to Camp For- service May 27, 1918. was sent to 

rest and attached to a Machine Gun Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 

Comi>any of the 52nd Infantry. Sailed Motor Transportation Corps. Was 

for France June 6, 1918, returned transferrd to Fort Oglethorpe. Was 

June 12, 1919 and was honorably dis- honorably discharged from service in 

charged from Military service June Jan. 1919. 
17, 1919. 



GILLILAND, GUY JP.- 
22, 1896, enlisted Aug. 



-Born Nov. GiLLlLAND, JAMES B. — Son of 
1918, was James Gilliland, enlisted April 27, 



sent to Fort Benjamin Harrison and 1915 with the 1 10th Infantry, 28th 
placed with Company A, 138th Engi- Division. Sent to Camp Hancock, 
neers. He was transferred to Camp Sailed for France May 1918. Re ■ 
Wadsworth. Was honorably dis- turned May. 1919. Was honorably 
charged from service Dec. 3, 1918. discharged later that month holding 

rank of Corporal. 



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GINTO. SILVAGGI — Son of Mrs. 
Antoai Ginto, entered service Aj^ril 5, 
1918. Was sent to Camji Lee and was 
attached to the 313 Machine Gun Bat- 
talion, 80th Division. Sailed overseas 
in May 1918, returned to the United 
States June 7, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged one week later. 



GIRON, PETER N. — Born Oct. 30. 
1897. son of Peter and Emma Giron, 
entered service Sept. 4. 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Forest, was attached 
to the 3rd Regiment Band. AVas hon- 
orablv discharged from service Fet). 
1, 1919. 



GLAUS. AVILKIS H. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. E. B. Glaus, entered service 
in Sept. 1917. AVas sent to Cam)) Lee 
and placed with Company A, 320th. 
80th Division. Sailed overseas May 
15, 1918. Was wounded in the left 
arm. Returned April 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



GLENN, RAYMOND M. — Born 
Sept. 13. 1894, son of Mr. and Mr.s. 
Roland M. Glenn, entered service Feb. 
11. 1918. He went to Camj) Lee. was 
attached to General Hospital No. 1. 
Was honorably discharged from the 
service with the United States Army, 
July 1, 1919. 




GLLXT. KALl'U li. Ms (iiu\,. SI,. 
born in May 1890, entered service in 
1918. Was sent to Fort Oglethorpe. 
He was attached to the Medical Corps. 
Was honorably discharged from the 
service of the United States Dec. 26, 
1918. 




il()i:iIJ;iNG, RK.'IlAIil" '- - I'.nin 

March 29, 1899, son of Charles and 
Elizabeth Goehring, 216 Stark Ave., 
enlisted in Oct. 1918, in the Navy. S. 
A. T. C. at Lafayette College and was 
honorably discharged from Military 
service in Dec. 1918. 




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GOLSBY, WILLIAM — Entered Mili 



Rachel E. Goldberg, enlisted in May tary service in Spring of 1918 



1917 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. He was sent to Camp 
Hancock, sailed overseas in May 1918. 
Was wounded at Chateau Thierry and 
died Aug. 22, 1918 from the effects of 
the wounds. 



overseas service. Returned to the 
United States and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in the Spring of 
1919. 






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GOOD, WILLIAM J— Son ..t 
Walter F. Good. euli.stcd in June 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Hancock and at- 
tached to the Artillery of the 28th 
Division. Sailed in May 1918. Was 
wounded in the hand by shrapnel. Re- 
turned March 1919 and was honorably 
discharged later that month. 



(."Mi), (iKoKiiK M.- -S..n of Walter 
F. Good, enlisted April 11. 1917 with 
Company E, 103rd Supply Train, 28th 
Division. Was sent to Camp Hancock. 
Was transferred to Camp Dix. Sailed 
for France May 27, 1918. Returned 
May 7, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on May 1919 holding rank of 
Corporal. 



GOWKK. SAMri-:!. F.— 8uii u( W il- 
liam Gower, entered service Sept. 22, 
1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company A, 320th Infantry, 
80th Division. Sailed for France in 
May 1918. Was wounded in the hand 
and hip by Machine Gun Fire. Re- 
turned Jan. 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 3, 1919 holding rank of 
Sergeant. 



GuWEli. JOHN W. — Sun uf W'tlliam 
and Harriet Gower. entered service 
May 3, 1918. Was sent to Fort 
Thomas and attached to Company F, 
51st Infantry, 6th Division. Was 
transferred to Camp Forrest. Sailed 
July 6, 1918. Was in the Meuse- 
Argonne offensive and other battles. 
Returned June 12, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 18, 1919. 






GRECO, JOSEPH A.— Enlisted Julv 
16. 1917 with Company M, 7th In- 
fantry, 3rd Division. Was assigned to 
Camp Green. Sailed overseas April 7, 
1918. was wounded by machine gun 
tire. Returned Ajiril 15, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on April 22. 
1919 with the rank of Sergeant. 



GKI':I!:N, ALBEK8 — sou of -lolm and 
Dorothy Green, entered service Sept. 
4, 1918. He was sent to Camp For- 
rest, attached to the 4th Provisional 
Recruit Company of Engineers Re- 
placement Troops. Was honorably 
discharged from service in Jan. 1919. 



GUEUG, JAMES — Son of Mr and 
Mrs. Curtis H. Gregg, enlisted in May 
1917, and was assigned to Fort 
Niagara. He was commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant, was transferred to Camps 
Meade, McClelland, Hancock and Jack- 
son. Was advanced to Major. Was 

honorably discharged from service charged the 23rd of that month 
April 4, 1919. 



GRIFFITH. DEAN C— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. F. R. Griffith, enlisted with 
Company I. 110th Infantry, 28th Di 
vision April 9, 1917. He went to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed for France 
May 3, 1918. Was gassed. Returned 
May 12, 1919 and was honorably dis- 



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GRUHBS. MILLER S.— Entered 
service April 23. 1918. ^Vas sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company B. 
:n:ith Machine Gun Battalion, 80th Di- 
vision. Sailed overseas Mav 23. 1918, 
Returned July 10, 1919. AVas hon- 
orably discharged from service July 
11. 1919. 



GUARIXO. HARRY PAUL — Enlist- 
ed in 1914 with Company I. 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was sent 
to Camp Hancock, He sailed over- 
seas May 3. 1918. Was gassed. Re- 
turned to the United States in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



GUAKIM). .loSKI'H 
service Aug. 29. 1918. 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
K. 107th Infantry. 27th Division. He 
sailed for France Oct. 1918. Returned 
to the United States March 11. 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
Military service April 3, 1919. 



J — Entered HARRIS, CLARENCE — Horn Sept. 

Was sent to 23. 1900. enlisted in April 1917. was 
sent to San Antonio and attached to 
the 14th Cavalry. He was honorably 
discharged from service but reenlisted 
in the Motor Transportation Corps. 



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HACKNEY. JOSEPH RAYMOND — 
Born Sept. 17. 1897, son of Mr, and 
Mrs. Joseph N. Hackney. 610 Euclid 
Ave., entered service October 1. 1918. 
He was in the S. A. T. C. at Temple 
University. Philadelphia. ^Vas honor- 
ablv discharged from, service Dec. 9, 
1918. 



HAINES, ROBERT J. — Son of Mr. 
pud Mrs. John Haines, enlisted Nov. 
1. 1917 with the 5Sth Coast Artillery 
Corps. Sailed for France May 20, 
1918. Was slightly wounded. Re- 
turned to the United States April 16, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service May 28, 1919. 



HAIR. JOHN ROBERT — Enlisted 
in the Navy in 1903. Was on the U. 
S. S. Norlina. during the War. Was 
Chief Petty Officer. Went to France 
twice, to Chile once, and around South 
America once. He was honorably 
discliarged from service in Ai)ril 1918, 
but reenlisted for four year's service. 



HAMAN. EDWARD EARL — Son of 
Robert and Auna Haman. enlisted with 
Company I. 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision, June 1916 and was assigned to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed overseas 
May 3. 1918. Was wounded July 29. 
1918 by shrapnel. Was in the hospital 
two months. Returned in May 1919 
and was honorably discharged later 
that month. 




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HAMAN. THOMAS PERRY — Son of 
Robert and Anna Haman, enlisted in 
June 1916. with Company I. 110th 
Infantry. 28th Division. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed overseas 
May 3. 1918. Was wounded the 
morning of August 26 by machine gun 
fire in the Argonne Forest and died 
that afternoon. 



HAMILTON. JAMES B. — Son of 
James and Helen Hamilton, entered 
service Feb. 26. 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company C, 
11th Infantry, 28th Division. He was 
transferred to Camp Hancock. Sailed 
overseas May 5, 1918. Was gassed 
and wounded. Returned in Dec. 1918 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Jan. 10, 1919. 



HAMMAN. DR. HOWARD A. — Son 
of Fred Hamman. enlisted Feb. 15, 
1918. Was commissioned 1st Lieuten- 
ant and was assigned to Hoboken. N. 
Y. He was transferred to Camp Mer- 
ritt and Crane. Sailed overseas July 
1. 1918 and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service. 



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HAMMAN, JOHN F. — Son of Mri. 
Susan E. Hamman, entered service 
July 29, 1918. Was stationed at Sy- 
racuse, N. Y. and later at Edgewoo<i 
Arsenal. "Was honorably discharged 
from service March 4, 1919. 




HA.MJIKK, KlUiAR T. — .Sou of .Mr. 
and Mrs. Theodore M. Hammer, en- 
tered service Sept, 6, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp Lee. He was trans- 
ferred to Camp Jackson and Tavlor, 
Attached to the 30th Field Artillery, 
Was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 
Was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice Jan. 18. 1919. 






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Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Hammer, gust and Emclie Hanson, entered ser - Xewton Ave,, born Feb. 7, 1896, en- 
entered service Julv 22, 1918. He was vice Feb. 11, 1918. Was sent to Camp tered service April 29, 1918 and was 
sent to Camp Lee placed with the 56th Lee and attached to the 313th Ma- sent to Camp Lee. He was attached 
Companv 155th Depot Brigade. Was chine Gun Battalion SOth Division, to the 155th Depot Brigade, was ap- 
honorabiv discharged from military Sailed overseas May 25, 1918. Was pointed Mess Sergeant and was honor- 
service Aug 6 1918 wounded three times. Returned in ably discharged from service ieb. 2o, 

May 1919 and was, Sept. 1, 1919, in 1919. 

Carlisle Hospital. 



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HARTMAX. JAMES— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. J. Hart man, enlisted in 
Nov. 1917 with Company A. 28th En- 
gineers. He was sent to Camp Meade, 
then Merritt. Sailed overseas Feb. 7, 
1918. Was gassed. Returned Dee. 
31, 1918 and was honorably discharged 
Jau 10, 1919. 



HARTSELL. WADE J. — Son of 
Mrs. May Hartsell, entered service in 
May 1918. was .sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company L, 145th In - 
fantry. He was made Corporal. 
Sailed overseas July 4, 19 IS. Was 
slightly wounded. Returned June 6, 
1919 and was honorably discharged on 
the 23rd of that month. 



HAYDEN, JAC(_»H EKANCIS— Son 
of Jaue Hay den, enlisted Feb. 26. 
1918. was sent to Camp Hancock and 
was placed with the 111th Machine 
Gun Company, 28 th Division. He 
sailed overseas Mav 5, 1918. Was 
gassed Oct. 30, 1918 at the Metz front. 
Returned Dec. 9. 1918 and was hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 12, 1919. 



HAYS. LLuYD E. — Born May 5. 
1894. son of Mrs. Mary Hays, 154 
Ahvine Ave., Greensburg, entered ser- 
vice Sept, 21, 1917. He went to Camp 
Lee. was attached to Company A, 
320th Infantry. 80th Division. Was 
honorably discharged from service 
March 29, 1919. 




HAYES. WILLIAM G. — Born Jan. 
2, 1896. son of Lloyd M. and Eliza 
Hayes. 1436 Poplar St., entered ser- 
vice Ai)ril 5, 1918 and was assigned 
to Cam]) Lee. He was attached to 
10th Training Battalion. 155 Depot 
Brigade. <iid most of the cooking for 
that outfit and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 19, 1919. 




HAYS, JOHX CURTEN — Son of 
Luther M. and Mary Elizabeth Hays, 
entered service May 27, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf and placed 
with the Hospital Training Corps. He 
sailed overseas in Sept. 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States July 16, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
later that month. 




HAZEN. ROBERT T. — Born July 
14, 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs .W. A. 
Hazen, enlisted Aug. 12. 1917 in Air 
Service. He was assigned to Kelly 
Field, attached to 97th Aero Squadron. 
Was appointed Sergeant. Sailed over- 
seas Oct. 27, 1917. Returned June 
22, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Feb. 3, 1919. 



HAZLETT, THOMAS EARL--Son 
of Thomas and Marv Hazlett, enlisted 
in August 1917, in the R. O. T. E. at 
Port Benjamin Harrison. Was com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant and was 
placed with Com]. any E. 360tb In- 
fantry, 90th Division. He sailed for 
France June 13. 1918. Was killed 
November 1, 1918 by a high explosive 
shell and is buried at Bantheville, 
France. 





HEBRAXK, CHARLES R. — Born 
Aug. 18, 1895. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
William Hebrank, entered service May 
15, 1917. He was assigned to Camp 
Houston, and attached to the Cavalry. 
Sailed overseas in the Fall of 1918. 
Returned to the United States in the 
Summer of 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service. 



HEDLUND. K. LAWRENCE — Born 
July 29, 1892, entered service Sept. 
6, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company B, 320lh In- 
fantry, 80th Division. He sailed over- 
seas May 18, 1918, Saw active ser- 
vice. Returned to the United States 
May 30, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 



HECKLER, PAUL A. — Son of Mrs. 
Stella Heckler, entered service April 5, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company I, 318th In- 
fantry, SOth Division. Sailed for 
France Way 7, 1918. Was in the 
Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel drives, 
Returned June 12, 1919. Was hon- 
orably discharged two days later. 



HELMAN, WILLIAM SETH — Son 
of William S. and Margaret Helman, 
enlisted in June 1917 with 111th 
Signal Corps, 28th Division. Was 
stationed at Camp Hancock. He was 
made Cori)oral. Sailed overseas May 
8, 1918. Saw active service with the 
28lh Division. Returned April 27, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 12, 1919, 






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HENDERSON, DAVID — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Henderson, enlisted April 21, 
1917. W'as sent to Fort Anderson, 
Mass.. and attached to Battery C 55th 
Heavy Artillery. Sailed overseas 
March 25, 1918. Returned April 4, 
1919. Was honorably discharged on 
April 18, 1919. 



HENDERSON, ROBERT — Son of 
Mrs. Jane Henderson, enlisted in Nov. 
1917. Was sent to Camp Dix and at- 
tached to Company E, 24th Engineers. 
Sailed overseas in Feb. 1918. Was in 
the St. Mihiel, Argonne and other 
battles. Returned in July 1919. Was 
honorably discharged later that month. 



HENDERSON, THOMAS— Son of 
Mrs. Mary Henderson, entered ser- 
vice Aug. 8, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Wads worth and attached to the 56th 
Pioneer Regiment. Sailed overseas 
Aug. 26. 1918. Returned in June ably discharged 
1919. W^as honorably discharged on 
June 30, 1919. 



HENDERSON, PINLEY C. — Son of 
Mrs. Mary Henderson, entered ser- 
vice Sept. 3. 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Sherman, attached to Company D, 
156th Training Battalion. Was honor- 
Oct. 9, 1918. 



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HEXDRICK, ARTHUR ALLEN — 
Enterrd service Aug. 8, 1918. AVas sent 
to Spartanburg. S. C. Was attached 
to Company A. 56th Infantry, later 
to Company B, 147th Engineers. Was 
honoraltly dist-harged Dec. 8, 1919. 




HEXTEK. FRED— Born Jan. 27, 
1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hen- 
ter, enlisted May 27. 1918. He was at- 
tached to the Medical Corps at Fort 
Oglethorpe, then Washington. D. C. 
Was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice Dec. 21, 1919. 




HERBERT. ROBERT DIXOX — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Herbert, 
entered service Sept. 21. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee. Was attached 
to Headquarters Company. 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. Was trans- 
ferred to Cami) Hancock and entered 
the Air Service. Sailed overseas Feb. 
10. 1918. Returned June 18, 1919 
and was honorably discharged ten days 
later. 





HERMAN. FRED F. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. August Herman, entered ser- 
vice April 2, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Lee. Was attached to Company I, 
319th Infantry. 80th Division. Sailed 
for France May 14. 1918. Returned 
June 10, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged on June 16, 1919. 







HERWICK. CHAS. L.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. C. Herwick, 421 Oakland 
Ave., entered service in 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Sherman, was 
placed with 158th Depot Brigade, was 
appointed Corporal and died of In- 
fluenza Oct. 13, 1918. 



HICE, WILLIAM R. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Hice, entered service 
Sept. 6. 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company B. 320th 
Infantrv. Was appointed Corporal. 
Sailed May 18. 1919. Returned May 
30, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
from service June 8, 1919. 



HIGHBERGER, FRANK McMAS- 
TERS — Son of Mr. and Mrs. William 
K. Hghherger, enlisted in 1917 with 
the Medical Corps of the 110th In- 
fantry, was sent to Camp Hancock. 
Sailed in May, 1918. Was gassed 
twice. Was in the St. Mihiel and 
Meuse- Argonne offensives. Returned 
in May 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on the 21st of that month. 



HILEMAN. CHARLES C. JR. — Son 
of Charles C. Hileman. enlisted Sept. 
11, 1918. Was attached to the Dela- 
ware Coast Artillery Corps. Was 
made Corporal. Honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 4, 1918. 




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HILL. CRAIG C — Son of P. M. and 
Mary Hill, enlisted July 5. 1917 with 
Company I. 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. Was sent to Camp Hancock. 
Sailed for France May 3 1918. Was 
commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. Re- 
turned July 5, 1919 and was houor- 
aljly discharged two days later. 



HlSKl-.Ii. I.I'\\A1CI> i'ALL — ,s..ii of 
Mrs. Emma Hiskt-r. enlisted in March 
1917 in Air Service aud was for a 
time stationed on the Mexican Border. 
Sailed overseas in April 1918. Re- 
turned April 4, 1919 and was, Sept. 
1, 1919. stationed at Kelly Field. 



HI.SKKK. fKAXK — Son of Mrs. 
Emma Hisker, entered service Sept. 
26, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company C, 305th Engi- 
neers. 80th Division. Sailed for 
France May 15, 1918. Returned in 
June 1919. Was honorably discharged 
the latter part of that month. 



HISKER, WILLIAM JOHN — Born 
Nov. 22. 1893, son of Mrs. Emma His- 
ker, enlisted May 27, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf and attached 
to the Signal Corps. Was honorably 
discharged from service Jan. 28, 1919. 




HOFFMAN. YllVA) W. — Son of Wil- 
liam Hoffman, entered service Sept. 
3. 1918. He was sent to Camp Sher- 
man and attached to the 10th Infantry. 
^Vas honorably discharged from service 
Jan. 1, 1919. 



HOFFMAN. liu.MLK D.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G. Hoffman. Whit- 
ney, Pa., enlisted July 21. 1917, with 
Comjiany E 110th Infantry, 28th Divi- 
sion. Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock. Sailed in May 1919. Was 
burned with gas Aug. 15. Returned 
Dec. 25 1918 and was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 18, 1919. 



HCI'F.MAN. L. \\ .— Son of John L. 
and Mary J. Hoffman, enlisted Aug. 
15. 1917' with Company I. 110th In- 
fantry 28th Division. Assigned to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed May 3, 1918. 
Was wounded July 29, 1918 in the 
second Battle of the Marne, and was in 
the hospital for six months. He re- 
turned in Feb. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged later that month. 



HOFFMAN, WILLIAM, JR. — Son of 
William Hoffman, entered service Sept. 
5, 1918. Was sent to Camji Greenleaf 
and placed with the 3rd Medical Corps. 
Sailed Oct. 5, 1918. Returned Aug. 5, 
1919. Was honorably discharged Aug. 
11, 1919. 



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HOHN, JOSEPH JR. — Son of Jo- 



HOHN. JOSEPH— Son of Andrew 



Wendal and Bertha Hohman, enlisted Barbara Hohn, entered 
Jan. 10, 1918 in Aviation. Was as- 
signed to 258th. Aero Sqnadron. He 
was stationed at San Antonio. Sailed 
overseas the Summer of 1918. Re- 
turned Aug. 2. 1919. Was houorably 
discharged ou the 11th of that month. 



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1918 aud was sent to Fort Ogle - 21, 1917. \Vas assigned to Fort seat to Fort Oglethorpe and attached 

thorpe. He was place<l with Head- Andrews and was placed with Battery to the Medical Cor])s. Was trans - 

quarters Detachment. Motor Tnit of D. 66th Field Artillery. Sailed Sept. ferred to Camp Lee. Sailed May 22. 

the Medical Department. Was honor- 23, 1918. Returned June 15, 1919. 1919. Saw active service. Returned 

ably discharged Jan. 18. 1919. Was honorably discharged June 21, May 27, 1919. Was honorably dis- 

1919 with rank of Corporal. charged June 4, 1919. 





HOLDIN. RUDOLPH J. — Son of 



HORNICK, JOHN — Son of 



Mrs. 
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Mrs. Amil Johnston, entered service in Elizabeth Reber, enlisted in 
1918. Sailed overseas in May 1918. Marine Corps, June 21. 1915. 
Was slightlv gassed. Returned April placed on board the U. S. S. Rhode 
1, 1919. Was honorablv discharged Island. Sailed overseas Sept. 28, 
ten days later. 1918. Returned April 13, 1919. Was 

honorably discharged July 10, 1919. 



HOUGHTON, JOHN — Son of John HOWARD, EDWARD JOHN — Son of 

and Mary Houghton, entered service P. F. Howard, enlisted Sept. 11, 1918 

Sept. 22," 1917. Was sent to Camp in the Heavy Artillery Cori)S. He was 

Lee and attached to Company A, 320th assigned to Fort Du Pont. Delaware. 

Infantry. 80th Division. Sailed over- Was honorably discharged from the 

seas May 16, 1918. Returned May service of the United States December 

30, 1919. Was honorably discharged 11, 1918. 
Juue 8, 1919. 




HOWARD, EUGENE P. — Son of P. 
F. Howard, 609 Alexander Street, en- 
listed Sept. 30, 1918 in a Heavy 
Artillery Officers' Training School. 
He was a candidate officer and was 
honorablv discharged from the service 
of the United States Nov. 23, 1918. 



HOWELL. WILBUR G. — Son of Mr, 
and Mrs. G. AV. Howell, enlisted in 

1917 in the 305th Aero Squadron. He 
was sent to Kelly Field. Sailed over- 
seas in June 1918. Returned in Dec. 

1918 and was honorably discharged 
later that month with rank of Ser- 
geant. 



HUFF, GEORGE FRANKLIN — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. W'. A. Huff, enlisted 
April 2, 1917 with the Rail Road En- 
gineers. He was stationed at Fort 
Niagara. Was commissioned Cajitain. 
Sailed overseas August 6, 1917. Was, 
Sept. 1, 1919, still with the American 
Expeditionary Forces. 



HUFF, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS Jr. 
— Son of Mr and Mrs. W\ A. Huff, 
North Main St., enlisted in Oct. 1918. 
He was in the S. A. T. C. at Carnegie 
Tech. Was honorably discharged from 
service in Dec. 1918. 





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HUFF. V(HilS K, Sni. of Mrs. Ella 
M. Huff, enlisted May 28, 1917. Was 
attached to the Medi<'al Corps and was 
sent to Fort Sam Houston. Texas. 
Sailed overseas in August 1917. Re- 
turned in May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 20th ol 
that mouth. 



HUGLEY, THOMAS— 125 Depot 
Street, entered service in 1918. He 
was sent i-o Camp, then overseas. Re- 
turned to the United States in the 
Sjjring of 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from Military service a short 
time later. 



HUTCHINSON, CLARENCE MAYO 
— Son of Amo^.,King Hutchinson, en- 
listed in April 1917 with the 406th 
Telegraph Battalion. He was sent to 
Camp Vail. Sailed Aug. 12, 1917. 
Helped build Pershing's Headquarters. 
Returned to the United States April 
20, 1919. AVas honorably discharged 
one week later. 



HUTCHINSON, WALTER J. — Born 
Jan. 9, 1887, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
King Hutchinson, enlisted in the Navy 
and was sent to Philadelphia. He was 
transferred to Newport News. Was 
1st Class Engine Man. Has made 15 
trips across and was , Sept. 1, 1919, 
not yet discharged from srvice. 



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JAMISON, .lUSKPU STEEL — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jamison, 
onlisted in 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Hancock and attached to the 109th 
Field Hospital, 103rd Sanitary Train 
of the 28th Division. Sailed in May 
1918. Returned in May 1919. AVas 
honorably discharged the latter part of 
that month. 



JENNINGS. WILBUR E. — Enlisted 
Aug. 1, 1918, in the Marine Corps. 
He was sent to Paris Island, placed 
with Company 83, 6th Regiment, 2nd 
Division. Went overseas Oct. 21, 
1918. Returned to the United States 
Aug. 6, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service one week later. 



JENICK, JOHN T. — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Jenick. Haydenville, enlisted 
Aug. 1, 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and placed with the 318th 
Field Hospital, of the 80th Division. 
Sailed for France May 26. 1919. Re- 
turned May 31, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service June 9, 
1919. 



JENSEN, HENRY— Enlisted in 
1910. Was sent to Petersburg and at- 
tached to Company A, 4th Infantry, 
3rd Division of the Regular Army. He 
was appointed Sergeant. Sailed over- 
seas April 15, 1917. Returned in July 
1919, and was, September 1, 1919, 
still in the service of the United 
States. 






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JOHNSON. CHARLES J. — Son of 
John O. Johnson, entered service Sept. 
6, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company I, 320 Infantry, 
80th Division. Sailed overseas May 
21, 1918. Was gassed. Returned May 
30, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 9, 1919 with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



JOHNSON. CHARLES RICHARD — 
Son of Andrew and Anna Johnson, en- 
listed June 4, 1918 in the Navy. He 
was sent to the Great Lakes Naval 
Training Station, then Philadelphia 
Na\"3' Yards. Was on board the U. S. 
S. Georgia. Made two trips across 
and was honorably discharged from 
service July 16, 1919. 



JOHNSON, FRANK E. — Son of W\ 
H. and Agnes Johnson, enlisted Sept. 
8, 1918. Was sent to Fort Benjamin 
Harrison and was attached to the 5th 
Provisional Battalion. Sailed overseas 
Nov. 13, 1918. Returned July 4, 
1919. Was honorably discharged on 
the 11th of that month. 



JOHNSON. JOHN W. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Johnson, enlisted in 
November 1917 in the Air Service and 
was sent to Rantoul. 111. He sailed 
for France Feb. 26, 1918. Returned 
to the United States July 4, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged on the 26th 
of that month. 






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JOHNSON. R.— Son of Mr. an.l Mr^ 



Son of Mrs. Cordillia Johnson, enlisted William Johnson, enlisted in May 1918. 
in June 1916, with Company I, 110th was sent to Camp Ustus. Va., and 
Infantry, 28th Division. He sailed placed with Battepy C. 47th Heavy 
overseas May 3. 1918 and was killed Artillery, 2nd Army Corps. He sailed 
in action July 30, 1918. overseas in Oct. 1918. Returned May 

22. 1919. Was honorably discharged 

June 5, 1919. 



.loIlX.STON, BURRELL — Son of JOHNSTON, GLENN R. — Born in 

ilrs. Harriet Johnston, enlisted in Oct. 1899, son of Mr. and Mrs. James 

Sept. 1918. He was attached to Com Johnston, enlisted June 31, 1917. He 

pany B, in the S. A. T. C. at Penn- was sent to Camp Sheridan. W'as hon- 

sylvania College, Gettysburg. Was orably discharged from the service of 

honorably discharged from service Dec. the United States in Jan. 1919. 
16, 1918. 







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JOHNSTON, JAMK8 E — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert C. Johnston. Entered 
service Jan. 24, 1918. Was assigned 
to Ft. Oglethorpe and embarked from 
Camp Mills on June 7. 1918. At- 
tached to the Medical Corps. 138th Co., 
138th Regiment. 35th Division. Was 
slightly injured by shrapnel in Meuse- 
Argonne oflfensive. Returned April 
28, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
on May 20, 1919. 



JOHNSTON, WILLIAM RALPH — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnston, 
enlisted June 23, 1916 with Company 
I, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was appointed Corporal. Sailed over- 
seas in May 1917. Was gassed Sept. 
8. 1918. Returned to the United 

States and was honorably discharged 
from service May 23. 1919. 



JONES, CHARLIE E. — Son of John JONES. R. E. — Son of John Jones 

Jones of Midway, entered service in of Midway, entered service Sept. 21, 

May 1918. Was sent to Camp Green- 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and at- 

leaf and attached to Base Hospital No. tached to Company A, 320th Infantry, 

88. Was transferred to Camp Crane, 80th Division. Sailed overseas May 

Sailed overseas Aug. 23. 1918. Re- 18, 1918. Returned May 30, 1919. 

turned July 23, 1919. Was honorably Was honorably discharged June 8, 

discharged Aug. 5. 1919. 1919. 



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JULIAN, GEORGE— Sou of Mrs. KEOUGH. LA\VKh;NCE D.— Born 

Josephine Julian, entered service in May 5, 1894, soi oi John Keough en- 

the Fall of 1917. Was sent to Camp tered service Aug. 8. 1918. He was 

Lee and attached to Company A, 320th sent to Camp Wadsworth and was 

Infantry, 80th Division. Sailed for placed with Company A, 56th Infantry. 

France Mav 18, 1918. Was gassed. Was honorably discharged from ser- 

Returned May 30. 1919. Was honor- vice Nov. 15, 1918. 
ably discharged in Jun^ 1919. 



KARNS. WILLIAM CLYDE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Karns, entered ser- 
vice in Sept. 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Lee, attached to Company A, 320th 
Infantry, then Company E, 30th In- 
fantry. Sailed April 1. 1918. Was 
wounded and in hosi)ital six weeks. 
Returned April 25, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged May 2. 1919. 



KECK, GEORGE — Son of Mrs. 
Lydia A. Keck, entered service June 
25. 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
jilaced with the Field Remount Squad- 
ron. He was transferred to Camps 
Meade and Joseph E. Johnson. Was 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
15. 1919. 



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KECK. JAMES STANTON — Son of 
M. C. and Mary A. Keck, enlisted Feb. 
18, 1918 in the Medical Corps. Went 
directly overseas with the Bell view 
Hospital No. 1. Was made 1st class 
Sergeant. Returned the latter part of 
April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service May 14, 1919. 



KECK. JOHN ADAM — Son of Mrs. 
Lydia Keck, enlisted Sept. 11, 1918 
with the Coast Artillery Corps and was 
sent to Fort DuPont. Was attached 
to Headquarters Company, 7th Trench 
Mortor Battalion. Sailed overseas in 
Oct. 1918. Returned Jan. 7, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged a week 
later. 



KECK, RICHARD ALLEN — Son of 
Mrs. Lydia Keck, enlisted June 25, 
1916 with Company I. 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Went to Camp Han- 
cock and sailed overseas May 3, 1918. 
Was in the 5th German offensive, the 
advance on Ourcq and Vesle, and other 
battles. Returned May 12, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged on May 23, 1919 
with rank of Corporal. 



KEENAN, EDWARD A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan, enlisted 
Aug. 5, 1917 with the 306th Engineers. 
Was assigned to Camp Merritt. Sailed 
overseas in Aug. 1918. Was in the 
Meuse- Argonne and other battles. Re- 
turned in Aug. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service later that 
month. 





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KEENER. LEMUEL OFFUTT — Son 
of John and Alice L. Keener, entered 
service July 23, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Lee, attached to Company C. 1st 
Battalion, Infantry Replacement Camp. 
"Was made Corporal. Honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 12, 1918. 



KEENER, PAUL C. — Entered ser- 
vice May 27, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Base Hos - 
pital No. 20. Was transferred to Camp 
Crane. Sailed overseas Aug. 22, 1918. 
Honorably discharged from service 
July 7, 1919. 



KEEPERS. D. MARK — Son of 
George and Elizabeth Keepers, enlisted 
in the Navy June 2, 1912. Was on 
board the U. S. S. Cincinnati for 4 
years. During the war he made 1 3 
trips across the Atlantic on the trans- 
port President Grant. Was released 
from service in June 1919. 



KEIM, HOWARD P. — Son of Mrs. 

M, B. Keim, entered service in July 
1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and was 
attached to Company G, 316th In- 
fantry. 79th Division. Was transfer- 
red to Camp Dix. Sailed Sept. 6, 
1918. Returned May 29, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged June 9, 1919. 






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KELLER, R. HARRY — Entered ser- KELLEY, CHARLES— Son ni J,.l,h KKLLEY, RALPH— Son of Mr. and 

vice Aug. 29, 1918. Was sent to Camp L. Kelley, 813 West Ottermau St. Eu- Mrs. A. F. Kelley, Fulton St.. enlisted 

Lee and placed with Company C, 93rd tered service Sept. 4, 1918. He was in Sept. 1918. He was in the 0. T. 

En^neers. Was then transferred to sent to Camp Sherman attached to the C. at Camp Gordon. Was honorably 

Fort Benjamin Harrison. ^Vas honor- 158th Depot Brigade. Was transferred discharged from the service of the 

ably discharged from service Dec. 16, to Camp Greenleaf. Was, Sept. 1, United States in Dec. 1918. 

1918. 1919, still in service. 



KELLEY, MARK L.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. F. Kellev, enlisted June 
23, 1916 with the 107th Field Artil- 
lery, Sanitary Detachment and was as- 
signed to Fort Benjamin Harrison. 
Was later transferred to Camjj Han - 
cock. Sailed May 18, 1918. Returned 
May 9, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged May 21. 1919. 



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KEXXELTY. CLARENCE M. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kennelty. 
Entered service Deo. 5, 1917 and was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf. Was attached 
to Hospital Train No. 54. Sailed over- 
seas in Fel). 1918. Saw active service. 
Returned July 19, 1919. Was honor- 
ably discharged ten days later. 



KEMERER. JOSEPH W. — Born 
Oct. 9, 18'"8, son of George Kemerer, 
333 Wes'. Pitt St.. enlisted Aug. 8, 
1917. J i was sent to Camp Taylor. 
Was ho'.orablj' discharged from the 
service '^f the United States, June 7, 
1919. 



KETTERING, CHARLES — Born KETTERING, GEORGE M. — Born 

June 27, 1898, son of William and in 1897, son of John and Ida Ketter- 

Eila Kettering, enlisted in 1918. He ing, entered service in Sejtt. 1918. He 

was in the S. A. T. C. at the Univer- was sent to Camp Greenleaf, attached 

sity of Pittsburgh. Was honorably to the Medical Corps, Was honorably 

discharged from service in 1919. discharged from the service of the 

United States in July 1919. 




KETTERING. HARRY — Born Oct. 
5, 1898, son of William and Ella Ket- 
tering, entered service Aug. 9. 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Lee, placed with 
Company A, 8th Training Battalion, 
Replacement Company. \Vas honor- 
ably discharged from the service of 
the United States Dec. 21, 1918. 



KETTERING. MAURICE M. — Son 
of H. F, Kettering, entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with the 320th Ma- 
chine Gun Battalion. Sailed overseas 
in May 1918. Was wounded in tha 
shoulder by machine gun fire and 
shrapnel. Returned in March 1913 
and was honorably discharged latei 
that month. 



KIELY, WILLIAM G. — Son of 
Charles P. Kieley, enlisted June 24, 
1917. with the Medical Corps of the 
107th Artillery, 28th Division. He was 
sent to Camp Hancock. Sailed over- 
seas May 18. 1918. Returned to the 
United States in April 1919. Was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 8th of May, 1919. 



KIEHL, WILLIAM P. — Son of 
Amos Kiehl, enlisted in Sept. 1916, 
with Company I, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock and was appointed Sergeant. 
Sailed overseas in May 1917. Re- 
turned to the United States in May 
1919. Was honorably discharged from 
service later that month. 







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KILGORE, JEROME .1. - Son „i 
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Kilgore, enlistud 
April 9. 1917 with Company I, 110th 
Infantry. 28th Division. He went to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed for France 
Mav 3, 1918. Returned to the United 
States May 13, 1919. Was honorably 
discharged May 28, 1919. 



Kl L),(il;i':, -lOIIX A. — Son of Mrs. 
ElizabL'tli H. Kilgore, entered service 
Sept. 5, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company I, 320th In- 
fantry, 8uth Division. Sailed overseas 
in May 1918. \\'as wounded Aug. 13, 
1918. Returned in May 1919 and waa 
honorably discharged from service 
June 9, 1919. 



KILG(.HiE, R(.)1'.KKT— SnT, ni Slnr- 
iff and Mrs. John P. Kilguru, entered 
service Sept. 11, 1918. Was assigned 
to Fort DuPont, Delaware. Was at- 
tached to the Headquarters Compauj 
of the 7th Trench Mortor Battalion. 
Sailed overseas Oct. 30, 1918. Re- 
turned Jan. 8, 1919. Was honorably 
discharged from service on the 16th 
of that month. 



KI.MMi:i.l., i:h\\'AR.D H.^Son of 
Mary Kimmeli, enlisted Dec. 13, 1917. 
Was attached to the Ordnance Depart- 
ment, 102 Depot Brigade. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock. Was appointed 1st 
Sergeant. He was ready to sail, took 
Influenza, was sent home and honor- 
ably discharged from service April 26, 
1919. 






KIMMKL. FRANK S. — Sun of Mrs. KIKK. Wii^liKK K. — Sou vi Air. 

Mary A. Kimmeli, entered service May and Mrs, E. W. Kirk, enlisted Sept. 
3, 1918. He was engaged in Y. M. C. 5. 1917 with Company I, 110th In- 
A. work. Sailed overseas Sept. 1, fantry, 28th Division. Went to Camp 
1918. Returned to the United States Hancock. Sailed overseas March 4, 
July 18. 1919 and was honorably dis- 1918. Was made Corporal. Returned 
charged from service two days later. July 19, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 25th of 
that month. 



KISH. WILLIA.M BEKTE— Entered 
service May 25, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 
Hospital Train No. 54. Was made 
Sergeant. Sailed for France Nov. 9, 
1918. Returned to the United States 
A]»ril 2, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 17th of 
that month. 



KISTLKK. .1. HAHKY — Son of W. 
E. and Ida Kistler, enlisted May 31, 
1917 with Company F, 82nd Field 
Artillery. He went to Fort Russell 
was transferred to the 24th Cavalry 
at Camp Logan, then El Paso. Was 
sent to the A. & M. Detachment Sta- 
tion and was at the time of publica- 
tion still in service. 



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KLINGENSMITH, CARROLL A. — 
Born June 21, 1890, son of John M. 
Klingensmith, 116 Hawthorn Ave. En- 
tered -service in June 1918. He was 
stationed at Camp Wheeler. Was 
honorably discharged from Military 
service in Dec. 1918. 



KLINGENSMITH, JOHN — Son of 
Mrs. Maggie Ruff Klingensmith, en- 
listed July 1, 1917 with Headquarters 
Company 110th Infantry, 28th Divi- 
sion. Was sent to Camp Hancock. 
Was appointed Sergeant Major. Sailed 
overseas May 5, 1918. Was wounded 
at Chateau Thierry July 29. 1918 and 
died in France Aug. 15, 1918. 



KLINGENSMITH, LEVI FRANK - 
LIN — Son of Mrs. J. P. Klingensmith, 
entered service July 27, 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Forrest. AVas at- 
tached to 41st Company, 20th Engi- 
neers. Sailed for France Oct. 27, 
1918. Returned to the United States 
June 1, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service ten days later. 



KLINGENSMITH. REEL B. — Son 
of Mrs. M. 0. Klingensmith, entered 
service in March 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Grant and jdaced with the 
Medical Detachment, 21st Engineers. 
Went overseas in 1918. Returned to 
the United States in June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 







KLINGENSMITH, WILLIAM I.^ KLEMANN. FRED — Son of Mrs. 



Son of Mrs. M. C. Klingensmith, en - 
tered service in June 1918. Was with 
Headquarters Detachment, 305th Engi- 
neers. Sailed overseas in July 1918. 
Was made Corporal. Returned to the 
United States in June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 



Margaret Klemann, 516 Jack St.. en- 
listed Sept. 1, 1918. He was in S. A. 
T. C. at Cambridge Springs, then Camp 
Upton. Was honorably discharged 
from service of the United States Dec. 
28, 1918. 



KLOES, WALTER — Son of Mrs. 
Lena Kloes, entered service May 27, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and attached to the 129th Ambulance 
Corps. Sailed overseas Sept. 8. 1918. 
Returned May 24. 1919. Was hon- 
orably discharged June 5, 1919. 



KOBLESKY, CASEY— Son of Mrs. 
Anna Rigo, entered service Sept. 22, 
1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company A. 320th In- 
fantry, 3rd Division. Sailed overseas 
April 1, 1918. Was in the Cham- 
pagne-Marne Defensive, St. Mihiel, 
Meuse Argonne and other battles. Re- 
turned Aug. 23, 1919. Was honorably 
discharged Aug. 27, 1919. 





KOSINSKY, VINCENT — 22 Lincoln 
St., born Feb. 13, 1892. Entered ser- 
vice April 5, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed in the Quarter- 
masters Corps. Was honorably dis • 
charged from the service of the United 
States May 7, 1919. 



KOSS, llAKKY h. — .^ni, .,1 .Mr. aii.i 
Mrs. John Kos-s. Haydeiiville. Enter- 
ed service Aug. 1, 1918. Sailed from 
Hoboken Nov. 13. 1918. Returned to 
the United States July 6, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged from Military 
service July 5, 1919. 



V\|,s-_s.)n uf Mr. anU KdToL'CH, ROBERT. JR. — Son of 

Mrs. -lohn Koss, Haydenviile. Enti-r^d Robert Kotouch Sr., enlisted June 4. 

service May 26, 1918 and was placed 1917 with Company I 110th Infantry, 

with Base Hospital No. 20. He sailed "■''^'- ^^-^"=~- "'-- * ' -> *■•'- 



overseas August 24, 1918. Returned 

to the United States April 28. 1919. 

Was honorably discharged from the 
service May 7, 1919. 



28th Division. Was transferred Aug. 
23, 1917 to the 149th Machine Gun 
Battalion, Rainbow Division. Sailed 
overseas Oct. 18, 1917. Was awarded 
a French War Cross. Was killed in 
action March 8. 1918 and is buried in 
a Cemetery at Donyenren, France. 






KOUGH. PAUL E. -liuiu iiar.h 11, Ktat.,!!. liALl'Ii L.- tion uf Mr.^. 

1892, son of Mrs. Minnie Kough, Minnie Kough, entered service April 
Greensburg, Pa. Enlisted May 12, 6, 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
1918. He was in the Air Service, placed with Company D, 315 Infantry, 
Was appointed 1st Sergeant. Was 80th Division. He sailed for France 
honorably discharged from service June 5, 1918. Was wounded Oct. 22, 
Nov. 16. 1918. 1918. Returned to the United States 

March 26, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged April 1, 1919. 



KU/.AIX, .UiiiX L.- -.Sun ui i'raiik 
Kozain, enlisted with Comi^any I, 
110th Infantry. Was on the Mexican 
Border. Was honorably discharged on 
account of his eyes. He went back 
into service in March 1918. Was sent 
to Camp Lee and appointed Mess Ser- 
geant. Was honorably discharged 
Irom service in July 1919. 



KOZIAN, JOSEPH M. — Son of 
Frank Kozian, Clarjdge, Pa. Enlisted 
July 6, 1917 in the United States 
Navy. He went to the Newport 
Training Station. Was on board the 
U. S. S. Crosby. Was engaged in 
salvage work. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service Oct. 8, 1919. 



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KRAJEWSKI, JOE — Entered ser- KRAJEWSKI, JOHN — Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29. 1918. was sent to Camp vice May 3, 1918. was sent to Fort 
Lee and was i)laced with Company B. Thomas. Was attached to the 34th 
145th Infantry. 371h Division. Sailed Artillery. Sailed Aug. 17, 1918, re- 
June 23, 1918 was in a numher of the turneil .Ian. 19, 1919 and was honor- 
large battles, returned March 20, 1919 ably discharged June 24, 1919. 
and was honorahlv discharged April 
10. 1919. 



KUHXS. JOHN — Son of Jacob U. KUHNS, J. FLOYD — Son of Oscar 

Kuhns. Enlisted April 1917, Base Kuhns, enlisted April 16, 1917, with 
Hospital No. 10. Sailed for France Company I. 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
May 1917. returned April 1919 and vision. Sailed May 3, 1918. He was 
was honorably discharged later that in all the important battles with the 
month. 28th Division. Returned May 12, 

1919 and was honorably discharged 

later that month. 







KUHNS. RICHARD A. — Son of Im- KUHNS, WILBUR B. — Son of 

manual Kuhns, enlisted May 30, 1917 Jacob U. Kuhns. Enlisted as an Am- 

with Company I, 110th Infantry. 28th bulance Driver Oct. 1917. Sailed June 

Division and'was sent to Camp Han- 1918, returned April 1919 and was 

cock. Was honorably discharged Feb. honorably discharged later that month. 
4. 1918. 



KURTZ, SEBASTIAN — Son of Mrs. LA BELLE, JAMES — Son of Oscar 

Catherine Keck, entered service May LaBelle, entered service Aug. 2, 1918, 

26, 1918, was sent to Fort Oglethorpe was sent to Camp Custer and attached 

and attached to Company C, 605th En- to Company D, 803rd Infantry, 92nd 

gineers. He was transferred to Camp Division. He transferred to Camp 

Forrest, sailed Aug. 1918, returned Grant and Upton, sailed Sept. 17 

June 1919 and was honorably dis- 1918. returned July 18, 1919 and was 

charged the latter part of that month, honorably discharged July 25, 1919. 




LAIRD, JOHN K. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank B. Laird, enlisted May 29, 
1917. with the 107th Field Artillery 
and was sent to Camj) Hancock. AVas 
transferred to Camp Jackson then 
Camp Funston. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant, sailed Oct. 29, 1918. re- 
turned July 1919 and was honorably 
discharged Aug. 2, 1919. 



LANG. UALl'II CLIFF1.1KD — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert C. Lang, en- 
tered service in Sept. 1917. was sent 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Headquarters Company, 320th Infan- 
try, 80th Division. Sailed May 1918. 
was wounded Oct. 9, 1918. returned 
April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later that month. 



LAI:KIX. FCWrlS .KI.SEPH — Son 
of Mrs. Anna Larkiu. entered service 
April 5. 1918 was attached to Com- 
panv D. 315th Machine Gun Battalion. 
80th Division. He sailed May 17, 
1918, was in the St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne offensives, returned May 30, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 10, 1919. 



LAWSON. JAMES C. — Son of Mrs. 
Ada Lawson, entered service May 26. 
1918. was sent to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to the Medical Department. 
He was transferred to Rahway, N. J. 
Was ready to sail overseas when 
Armistice was signed. Was honorably 
discharged Jan. 11, 1919. 





LEE. RALPH E. — Sun of Robert E. LIXSENBIGLER, J. W. — Son of 

Lee. entered service in the fall of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Linsenbigler, en- 

1918. Was sent to Camp Custer then listed April 1918. Was sent to Camp 

Greenleaf was attached to the Infantry Megis. was attached to the Quarter - 

and was honorably discharged May 12, masters Corps, was transferred to 

1919 Hazelhurst Aviation, and was honor- 
ably discharged April 22, 1919. 





LEMON GKOKGK C— Son of A. LEONE, LOUIS— Sou of Mike and 

W Lemoij, enlisted April 20, 1917. Mary Leone, entered service Sept. 1, 
He was sent to Philadelphia and was 1917, was sent to Camp Lee, Placed 
honorably discharged July 21, 1917. with Company B. 320th Infantry, 80th 

Division. Sailed overseas Sept. 4, 
1918, with Company A, 56th Infantry, 
was wounded, returned Jan. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the 18th of 
that month. 



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and Mary Leone, enlisted 
in the United States Nav 
sent to Cape May and wa 
discharged March 1919, 



LESEMAN, EUGENE W. — Son of LETKE, WILLIAM — Entered ser 



LEVEXDUSKY, ROBERT J. — Son 




Company' Depot Brigade and was hon- gonne offensive, returned April 2, 1919 charged Feb. 5, 1919. 
orably discharged Jan, 7, 1919. and was honorably discharged April 

15, 1919. 









LEVENDUSKY WALTER C — Son LEWIS, ARCHIE LUCIEN— Son of LEWIS, CALYIX E.— Son of Mr. LEWIS, JOHN A.— Son of Mr. and 

of Mr and Mrs' Adam Levenduskv. Mrs. Alice Lewis, entered service and Mrs. William Lewis, entered ser- Mrs. William Lewis, entered service 
entered service May 27 1918. He April 25. 1917. He went to Camp vice Oct. 7. 1917. was sent t^ Camp May 27, 1918, went to Camp Green- 



was sent to Camp G'reenleaf placed in Vaile, was attached to the Signal Lee and placed with Company F, 166th leaf and was attached to General Hos- 
the Medical Band, transferred to Corps, sailed Aug. 7, 1918, returned Infantry, 42nd Division. He sailed pital No. 3. A\ as honorably discharged 
Hampton Va Still in service. Apirl 20, 1919 and was honorably dis- Feb. 13, 1918, was wounded Oct. 14, Oct. 22, 1918. 

' charged April 26, 1919. 1918, returned April 25, 1919 and was 

honorably discharged May 16, 1919. 









Li.lCIIKA. ALBERT PULTZ — En 



LOGAN, ROY' — Son of Mr, and Mrs. 



LONG, CLARE Y. — Son (it Harry P. 



LEWIS, WILLIAM R.— Son of M_. ._. 

and Mrs. William Lewis, entered ser- tered service May 26, 1918. He was Alex Logan, enlisted Jan, 15, 1915 in Long, enlisted in the Navy in Sept 

vice April 5, 1918. He was assigned sent to Fort Oglethorpe, attached to the United States Navy. He was Chief 1918. He was made 1st class ma 

to Camp Lee, placed with Company C, General Hospital No. 3 and was hon- Mechanic. ■*' ^ 

54th Cavalry and was honorably dis- orably discharged Aug. 7, 1919. 
charged April 22, 1918. 



chinist and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still 
in the Naval Reserve. 







LONG. RAYMOND B. — Son of Wil- LONG, ROBERT H. — Son of Mr. LUNK, JOHN RALPH— Son of Mr. LUTE. CLYDE E. — Son of Ephriam 

Ham C. and Ida M. Long, enlisted June and Mrs. Caleb W. Long, entered ser- and Mrs. August Lunk. Enlisted July and Jane Lute, entered service Feb. 

10, 1917. He was sent to Port Ogle- vice Sept. 22, 1917. was sent to Camp 30, 1918. He was attached to the 26, 1918 was sent to Camp Lee. He 

thorpe, was placed with Troop D, 11th Lee and placed with Company A, 320th Quartermasters Corps, at Camp Mills, was attached to Company A, 111th In- 

Cavalry was transferred to Newport Infantry, 80th Division. He sailed was made Corporal and was honorably fantry, 28th Division, was honorably 



News and Fort Myers and was honor- May 18, 1918, was in the Meuse-Ar- 
ably discharged June 20, 1919. gonne and other important battles, re- 

turned Jan. 22, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged three days later. 



discharged Jan. 8, 1919. 



discharged May 3, 1918 on account of 
his eyes. 



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Alex, and Amanda Lutz, entered ser- 



LUTE. GEORGE E.— Son of Eph- LYONS. JOHN S. — Enlisted May 3, McAPAMS. DANIEL — Enlisted 

riam and Jane Lute, entered service 1918. was sent to Port Thomas and Sept. 5, 1918, was sent to Camp 

\Mce Aug. 29, 1918 and was sent to July 29. 1918. AVas sent to Syraruse was jdaced with Company F, 52nd In- Greenleaf and attached to Medical 

Camp Lee. He was transferred to N. Y., jilaced with 18tli Infantry, 5th fantry. He was honorably discharged Corps of the 56th Search Light Engi- 

Mattalion and was honorably dis- Nov. 27, 1918. neers. Was transferred to Camp Up- 

charged Aug. 30, 1918. ton. sailed Sept. 1918. Returned 

April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 1, 1919. 



Camp "Wads worth, attached to Com 
pany C, 6th Anti Air Craft Machine 
Gun Battalion and was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 23, 1918. 








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McAFEE, J. R. — Son of Mrs. Bertha 
McAfee, enlisted in 1918. He was sta- 
tioned at the University of Pittsburgh 
and was honorably discharged Nov. 
1919. 



MacALISTER, ROBERT — Son of 



McALISTER. PETER D.— Son of MacHARDY. ALEX C— Son of Mrs. 



Mrs. Elizabeth MacAlister, enlisted Mrs. Elizabeth McAlister. enlisted Margaret MacHardv. enlisied March 1, 
Oct. 23, 1917 with Evacuation Hospital June 24, 1916 with Company I. 110th 1918. He was attached to Air Ser- 



No. 3. He was stationed at Fort Ogle- 
thorpe, sailed Jan. 12. 1918, was in 
the Aisne- Marne. St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne, returned Ajiril 20, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged April 24, 
1919. 



Infantry, 28th Division. He was sent vice, was sent to Scott Field, was 2nd 

to Camp Hancock, sailed May 3, 1918, Lieutenant. "Was honorably discharged 

was wounded Aug. 25. 1918 at the Feb, 1919. 

Vesle River, returned April 25, 1919 

and was honorably discharged May 23, 

1919. 







McCAHAX. JOHN D.— Son of Mr. -McCALL, ALU'. Knt, nd ^vrxu-f :\!rrANX. PETER F.— Sun uC >'i.s. il^ CAliTNEY. CHARLE.* EDWARD 

and Ml s. Richard McCahan, entered May 16, 1918, was sent to Camp Rosalie McCann, entered service oct. — Sou of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- 

service April 14, 1919. He went to Laurel and attached to Headquarters 20, 1918. He was sent to Fort Du- Cartney, enlisted June 11, 1917. He 

Camp Meade, was attached to Com- Company Transportation Corps. Sailed Pont, attached to the Coast Artillery was attached to Company I. 110th In- 

j)any D. Sailed May 11, 1919. Still June 30, 1918, was transferred to Corps, was honorably discharged May fantry, and was honorably discharged 

in service. Company F, 166th Engineers, was sta- 15, 1919. July 24, 1917. 

tioned at Archangle, Russia, was 

wounded, returned Oct. 2, 1919 and 

was honorably discharged Oct. 13, 

1919. 







McCartney, guuveu cleve- 



McCAKTNEY. JOHX SCOTT— Son 



LAND — Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCartney, 



McCartney, entered service May 27, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf, 
was attached to General Hospital No. 
3. Still in service. 



entered service April 1918. Sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. Was attached to 
Base Hospital No. 28. sailed June 1918 
returned April 30, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged May 1919. 



MrCLAIN. ROSEMARY— A gradu- 
ate nurse of the Westmoreland Hos- 
pital, enlisted Jan. 1918. .She was as- 
signed to a Naval Hospital in Phila- 
delphia, then was transferred to a 
Hospital in Mass. and was. Sept. 1, 
1919, still in the service. 



McCOMBE. JOHN — Enlisted March 
15, 1918 was sent to Kelley Field. He 
was attached to 2nd Aero Squadron 
was honorably discharged May 29, 
1919, 



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MoCONNELL. JAMES L. — Son of McCONNELU ROBERT S. — Son of McCORMICK, JOHN — Son of Mrs. McCURUY, FRANK L. — Entered 

Mr. Harry McConnell. enlisted in 1917. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McConnell. en- Anna McCormick, entered service service July 22. 1918, was sent to 

Was sent to Camp Shomy. Attached listed in Feb. 1918 in Balloon Service. April 5. 1918. He went to Camp Lee, Camp Lee and placed with Company 

to Company L. 29th Infantry and was went to Kelly Field and was placed in was in the Officers' Training School A, 316th Infantry, 79th Division. Sail ■ 



apa: 
Sept. 1, 1919 still in the service. 



the 14th Balloon Company. He sailed was honorably discharged Nov. 23, ed Sept. 7. 1918. was in the Argonne 
July 1918, returned Aug. 1919 and 1918. and a number of other offensives, re- 

was honorably discharged. turned May 29, 1919 and was honor- 

ably discharged June 7, 1919. 









McDIVITT. LIEUTENANT F. C — McDONALD, THOMAS P. — Son of McINDOE GEORGE ALBERT — Son McINDOE, RAYMOND M. — Son of 

Enlisted Aug. 27, 1917, was assigned J. P. and Jane McDonald, entered of J. G. Mclndoe, entered service May Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Mclndoe, 

to Camp Green and attached to Com- service Feb. 26, 1918. Sent to Camp 27, 1918. He was sent to Camp entered service Oct. 24, 1917. He 

pany G, 38tli Infantry, 3rd Division. Lee and placed with the 83rd Trans- Greenleaf, then Crane, Mills and Bix, was attached to Company D, 34th En- 

He was commissioned 1st Lieutenant, port at ion Corps. He sailed June 30, sailed Aug. 24, 1918, returned April gineers, sailed July 8, 1918, returned 

sailed Feb. 27, 1918, was slightly gas- 1918, returned July 30, 1919 and was 28, 1919 and was honorably discharged July 18, 1919 and was honorably dis- 

sed, returned Nov. 1918 and was hon- honorably discharged A\ig. 4, 1919. May 8, 1919. charged Aug. 5, 1919. 
orably discharged Aug. 1, 1919. 






MacINNES, JAMES ALLEN— Sun M. INTYRE. HENRY S, 3rd— Ku MrlXTYKE. LEWIS W. — Son of McINTYRE, "WALTER ROT — Son 
of James and Blanche Innes. enlisted listed as a Y. M. C. A. worker in Nov. Mrs. Sarah Mclntyre, entered service of Mrs. Sarah Mclntyre, entered ser- 
in Sept. 1918. He was attached to 1917. He was stationed at Camp Oct. 6, 1917 was sent to San Antonio vice May 27, 1918, and was sent to 
Company B, in the S. A. T. C, at Hancock, and was, Nov. 1. 1919, still and placed with the 153rd Aero Camp Greenleaf. He was assigned to 
Pennsylvania College and was honor- in service at the Green.sburg Y. M. C. Squadron. He sailed Feb. 1918, re- Base Hospital No. 20 then Allentown, 
ably discharged Dec. 1918. A. in charge of returned soldiers. turned March 7. 1919 and was hon- sailed July 1918, returned May 1, 1919 

orably discharged on the 19th of that and was honorably discharged the 6th 

month. of that month. 








McIXTYRE, TURNEY S. — Sun uf 
Henry S. and Emma T. Mclntyre en- 
listed in Aug. 1917. He was sent to 
Fort Sheridan, attached to Casual 
Company, 30th Infantry, 3rd Division. 
Was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 
Sailed overseas in Jan. 1918. Was 
slightly gassed. Returned May 25, 
1919. 



iUILVAlNE, CHARLES R. — Sou 
of Emma Mcllvaine, entered service 
April 5, 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee, 
Company K, 320th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision, sailed May 26, 1918, returned 
May 30, 1919 aud was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 



McILVAlNE. CLYDE C. — .Sun of 
Mrs. Emma Mcllvaine, enlisted June 
22, 1916 with Company I, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division and was assigned 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed overseas 
May 3, 1918, was wounded Aug. 25, 
1918 at Vesle, returned May 12, 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



McKEE, JOHN K. — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah McKee, entered service Sept. 
21, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company A, 320th Infan- 
try, 80th Division. He sailed May 19, 
1918. Was killed by machine Gun 
Fire in the Argonne Forest Oct. 10, 
1918. 



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M. KNIGHT. HARRY W.— Son of 
William F. and Mary Alice McKnight, 
ontiTi'd service Sept. 5, 1917. was sent 
to Camp Ijee and placed with Head - 
(piartcrs Company, 160th Infantry, 
HOth Division. He sailed May 18. 
1918. retnrned May 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 11, 1919. 




McMILLEN, EARNEST AV. — Son of 
\Villiam MrMillen, entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. He ^vent to Camp Lee 
was placed with the Motor Transpor- 
tation Company of the 80th Division, 
sailed 1918 and died while in France 
of Spinal Trouble. 





McNERNEY, DANIEL J. — Born 
May 5, 1896. son of Daniel J. Mc- 
Nearney, 124 Talbot Ave.. Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted .Tune 5, 1917. was sent 
to Camp Dodge, was attached to Com- 
pany A, 320th Signal Battalion, 8th 
Division, transferred to Camp Tre- 
mont, Mills and Lee and was honorably 
discharged from service in Feb. 1919. 



McQUAIDE, LAWRENCE THOMAS 
— Son of John B. and Harriet L. Mc- 
Quaide, entered service Sejit. 6, 1917, 
was sent to Camp Lee and i)laced with 
Company I, 320tb Infantry. 80tb Di- 
vision. He was transferred to Camp 
Devens and there placed with Comiiany 
E, 29th Engineers. Was honorably 
discharged Dec. 13, 1917. 









MADALKXA. JOSEFH — Entered 
service June 1, 1918, and was sent to 
Camjj Forrest. He was attached to 
Company C. 52nd Infantry, 60th Di- 
vision, was transferred to Camp Mc- 
Clelland. Was honorably discharged 
March 1. 1919. 



.MAKii\ IC. .lOHN — Entered service 
in Sei't. 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Lee, placed with Company A. 320th 
Infantry and was honorably discharged 
from the service Feb. 29, 1918. 



MALLEY. EDWARD M. — Son of 
Mrs. J. W. Haas, enlisted May 10, 
1917 in the Officers' Training Camp at 
Fort Benj. Harrison. He then went to 
the U. S. School of Aeronautics, was 
commissioned 1st Lieutenant, sailed 
Oct. 7, 1917, returned Dec. 29, 1918 
and was honorably discharged Jan. 14, 
1919. 



:\IANIX. TIMOTHY^Son of James 
Manix, enlisted April 25, 1917, in the 
Signal Corps and was sent to Mam - 
moth Park, N. J. He sailed Aug. 
1917, returned June 17, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged Juno 25, 1919. 







MARSH. EARNEST — Entered ser- 
vice Feb. 11, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with Company L, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. He was then 
transferred to Camp Sherman, saileil 
May 24, 1918, returned May 29, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 
15. 1919. 



MARSHALL, ALEXANDER S.— 
Son of Alexander and Jane Marshall, 
entered service the latter part of May 
1918. He was sent to Camp Green- 
leaf attached to the Ambulance Corps 
and was honorably discharged June 
1918. 



MARSHALL, JAMES — Sou of Alex- 
ander and Jane Marshall, entered ser- 
vice May 27. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 20. sailed Aug. 23. 1918, re- 
turned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged later tJiat month. 



MARSHALL, JOHN D.— Son of 
Alexander and Jane Alexander Mar- 
shall, entered service Sept. 21, 1917 
and was sent to Camp Lee. He was 
placed with the Machine Gun Com- 
pany. 320th Infantry, sailed May 18, 
1918, returned Aug. 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged a week later. 







MARSHALL, WILLIAM— Son of 
Alexander and Jane Marshall, entered 
service May 27. 1918, was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and placed with the 
Ambulance Corps of Base Hospital No. 
20. He sailed Aug. 23. 1918, reiurn- 
ed May 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later that month. 



MARZLO. PIETRO — Entered ser- 
vice May 27, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and was jilaced with Evacu- 
ation Hosi»ital No. 49. He transfer- 
led to Camj) Pike, then Dix, sailed 
Oct. 27. 1918, returned Aug. 29, 1919 
and was honorably discharged Sept. 3. 
1919. 



MASON, KENNETH — Son of Mrs. 
S. W. Mason enlisted in the Navy in 
June 1918. He was sent to Valavo 
Park, California, was on board the 
U. S. S. Radford and was honorably 
discharged from service Jan. 18, 1918. 



JIATHIS, PEARL — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. W. Mathis. entered service in 
April 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
attached to the 33rd Depot Brigade. 
Was honorably discharged Dec. 16, 
1918. 



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MAXWELL. GROVKR— Enlisted in MAYERS. CLARENCE — Entered MELKERSON. ALVIN C— Son of MELKERSON, ARTHl'R FRANK- 
Sept. 1917. was sent to Gettysburg and service Sept. 4, 1918. He was sent to August and Emma Melkerson, entered LIN — Son of August and Emma Mel- 
placed with Company H. 60th Infan- Camp Forrest, was placed with 22nd service May 26, 1918, was sent to kerson, entered service May 29, 1918. 
try, 5th Division. He was transferred Recruit Battalion. 4th Division and Camp Greenleaf and attached to Base He was sent to Camji Grecnleaf, at- 
to Camp Green, sailed Ajiril 1918, was was honorably discharged from service Hospital No. 28. He sailed Aug. 23. tached to the Jledical Corjis. transfer- 
gassed, returned in June 1919 and was Dec. 26. 1918. 1918, was in the Meuse ■ Argonne of- red to Rahway, N. J., attached to Hos- 
honorably discharged later that month. fensive. returned Aug. 3, 1919 and was pital No. 1 and was, Sept. 1, 1919, 

honorably discharged Aug. 6, 1919. still in service. 







MEREURIO, MARCO — Entered ser- MILLER, EMERSON — Son of 

vice in 1917, was sent to Camp Lee Nathan Miller, enlisted April 11, 1917 



and attached to Company A, 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. He sailed Sept. 
1918 aud was killed in the Meuse - 
Argonne offensive. 



with Company I. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock, sailed May 3, 1918. was wounded 
in the head, leg and chest Julv 28, 
1918. returned May 12 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the 23rd of that 
month. 



MILLER, FLOYD E. — Son of Mrs. MILLER. HARRY'' G.— Son of Mr. 
Jennie A. Miller, enlisted with Com- and Mrs. William Miller, entered ser- 
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th Division vice Sejit. 5, 1918. He was sent to 
in Sept. 1917. He was sent to Camj) Camp Greenleaf, placed with the 153rd 
Hancock, sailed May 17. 1918 and was Depot Brigade, sailed Oct. 6. 1918, re- 
killed in the battle of the Marne, July turned, March 11, 1919 and was hon- 
28, 1918. orably discharged March 24, 1919. 







MILLER. LUTHER D. — Son of Mr. MILLER, RAY T. — Son of Mrs. El 

and Mrs. "William J. Miller, enlisted in len Miller, entered service and was 

Oct. 1917 with Company I, 110th In- placed with Base Hospital No. 91. 

fantry, 28th Division. Sent to Camp Sailed overseas, returned and was hon- 

Hancock. He was commissioned Cap- orably discharged Aug. 1919. 
tain and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service as a Chaplain in the Regular 
Army. 



MILLER. NOAH — Son of Nathinel 



MILLER, WILLIAM — Son of Mrs. 



Miller, enlisted Oct. 18. 1916. Was Annie Miller, enlisted May 4, 1917, 
sent to Camj) Upton, attached to Bat- was sent to Camp and 7)laced with 
tery E. 20th Field Artillery. "Was Company A. 26th Infantry 1st Divi- 



honorably discharged, Dec. 9, 1918. 



sion. He sailed July 1917 was wound- 
ed four times and, Sept. 1, 1919, was 
still in service. 







MILLIGAN, -lOUX 1>. — Son of Mrs. 
Ella Milligan, enlisted June 1918. He 
was assigned to Camps, Gordon, 
Greenleaf and Upton, sailed Nov. 9, 



MILLS, FKLIX H. — Son of Mr. and MlMCwXZI, .iuSEPH, entered ser- MITCHELL. ALPHEI'S — Sun of 

Mrs. John H. Mills, entered service vice Oct. 1, 1917, was sent to Kelley Mr. and Mrs. John K. Mitchell, en- 
in 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, Field and placed with the 187th Aero listed May 1917, was sent to Camp 



attached to Company A. 320th Machine 



1918, returned Aug. 1, 1919 and was Gun Battalion, sailed May 1918, re- 
honorably discharged on the 6th of that turned May 1919 and was honorably 
month. discharged June 1919. 



Squadron, sailed March 5, 1918, re- Hancock and placed with the 109th 
turned Dec. 2. 1918 and was honor- Field Hospital. He was transferred 
ably discharged the 27th of that to Camp Mills, sailed May 1918, was 
month. in the Meuse -Argonne, 5th German 

offensive, returned May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged that month. 



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MITCHELL. JOSEPH, Greensburg. 
Pa., entered service in Aug. 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Shelby and was 
honorably discharged from the service 
of the United States in May 1919. 



MOMEYER, JOHN A. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. G. A. Momeyer. enlisted in 
May 1917. He was sent to Columbus, 
Ohio, was attached to I'Jth Field Ar- 
tillery, Battery F and was honorably 
discharged Jan. 1918. 



MOON. LEWIS TRAUGER— Son of 

David and Gertrude Moon, enlisted in 
the Navy April 15. 1918. He was 
sent to Philadelphia Naval Training 
School, and was released from active 
service June 1919. 



MOONLY, CHARLES W. — Entered 
service Aug. 29. 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with Company 
M. 9th Infantry Replacement Training 
Center, and was honorably discharged 
Dec. 21, 1918. 







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MOORHEAD. JOHN J —Sun ..f 
Mrs. William Moorhead, entered ser- 
vice May 26. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps and was honorably dis - 
charged Aug. 1, 1918. 



Mi'ULLLI, .lni:-Sc,a ,,r Tun} 
Moreili. enlisted Aug. 14. 1917 and 
was sent to Gettysburg where he was 
placed with Company A, 60th Infantry, 
5th Division. He sailed March 1. 
1918, was wounded in the hand by 
shrapnel, returned July 21, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 31, 
1919. 



MoKRIS, THOMAS — Son of Wil- 
liam and Selena Morris, enlisted Ajiril 
20, 1914. was sent to Camp Taylor, 
was transferred to Camp I'liton and 
was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in the service. 



MORRISON, ELEXANDER E.~Son 
of F. N. and Jane Morrison, entered 
service Oct. 6. 1917. was sent to Camp 
Lee. He sailed Feb. 8. 1918, was in 
a number of large battles, returned 
June 18, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later. 







MORRISON. JAMES N. — Son of F. 
N. and Jane Morrison, entered service 
Feb. 26. 191S and was sent to Camp 
Lee. He was attached to the Veter - 
inary Corps, Auxiliary Remount and 
was honorably discharged Jan. 11, 
1919. 



MOTT. PAUL ARTHUR — Son of A. 
R. and Rebecca Mott. enlisted Oct. 20. 
1917, was assigned to Kelly Field and 
placed with 50th Aero Squadron. He 
sailed Jan. 9, 1918. was in the St. 
Mihiel and Verdun battles, returned 
May 6. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the 9th of the month. 



MOXLEY. EDWARD B. — Son of 
Samuel B. Mo.xley, enlisted July 17, 
1917 was sent to Fort Leavenworth 
and Kelley Field and attached to the 
91st Aero Squadron. 1st Army. Sailed 
Oct. 27, 1913, returned June 16, 1919 
and was honorably discharged the 28th 
of that month. 



MOYAR. JOSEPH S. — Sou of 
George and Margaret Moyar, enlisted 
May 9, 1917 in the Navy. He was 
stationed at Newport, was placed on 
board the San Diego, made eight trips 
overseas. The U. S. S. San Diego was 
sunk July 19, 1918 but he was res- 
cued. Was honorably discharged Feb. 
14, 1919. 




MULLEN. THOMAS H.— Son of 
William R. and Elizabeth Mullen, < 
listed April 6. 1917. with Company F, 
2nd Engineers and was assigned to El 
Paso. Texas. Sailed Sept. 12, 1917, 
was wounded by shrapnel in the Ar 
gonne Nov. 1, 1918, returned Jan. 1919 
and was honorably discharged, March 
21. 1919. 




MURPHY. FRANK M. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, entered ser- 
vice in Aug. 1917. was sent to Camp 
Mills and attached to Company L. 
165th Infantry, 42nd Division. He 
sailed July 5, 1918, was commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant, returned April 26. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 15, 1919. 




MURPHY. ALFRED KEYS — Son of 
Mrs. Mary E. ilnrphy. entered service 
Sept. 21. 1917. was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with 160th Brigade Head- 
quarters, 80 th Division. He sailed 
May 18, 1918, was at St. Mihiel and 
the Meuse- Argonne offensive, returned 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 11, 1919. 




MURPHY. FRANK J.— Son of 
Frank Murphy enlisted June 22, 1916. 
He was with Company I. 10th Infantry 
and was honorably discharged July 24, 
1917. 



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MURPHY. JAMES E. — Son 'of MURPHY. J. CHARLES — Son of MURPHY, JOHN THOMAS— Son of MURPHY, WILLIAM C. — Son of 

Leander and Catherine Murphy, enlist- Mr. and Mrs. James C. Murphy, en- Thomas J. and Anna Murphy, entered Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Murphy, entered 

ed in the United States Cavalry in tered service in Sept. 1917. He was service Sept. 22, 1917. He was sent to service in 1918 and was assigned to 

1915. He was sent to Camp Fun'ston. sent to Camp, placed with the signal Camp Lee, placed with Company D, Camp Greenleaf. He was attached to 

commissioned 1st Lieutenant and was Corps, was commissioned 2nd Lieuten- 511th Engineers and sailed March 20. the Medical Corps, and was honorably 

honorably discharged Feb. 1919. ant and was honorably discharged 1918. Was killed in action Sept. 18. discharged from the service Jan. 15, 

Jan. 1919. 1918 and is buried at Chateauroux, 1919. 

France. 







MURPHY, WILLIAM J. — Son of MUSA, TONY — Entered service May 
Prank Murphy, entered service July 26, 1918, was sent to Camp Greenleaf 

and placed with the Medical Corps. 
Was transferred to Camp Crane, sailed 
Aug. 23, 1918, returned Aug. 1, 1919 
and was honorably discharged one 
week later. 



22, 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed with the 155th Depot Brigade, 
was honorablv discharged Aug. 1 0, 
1918. 



MUSE, CLARENCE — Son of Wil- 
liam G. and Margaret Muse, entered 
service in Feb. 1918. He was sent to 
Port Slocum, then to the Curtis Airo- 
plane Factory. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service March 1, 1919. 



MUSICK, DANIEL PATTERSON— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Musick, 
entered service June 26, 1918, was 
sent to Camp Wadsworth and was 
placed with Company I. 52nd Pioneer 
Infantry, 5th Army Corps. Made 
Corporal. Sailed overseas Aug. 3, 
1918. returned April 13, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged five days 
later. 










M^I'iUS, ALBERT — Entcrrrl .scrvir.- 
Oct. 7, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed with Headquarters Company. 
313th Machine Gun Battalion, 80th 
Division, sailed May 25. 1918, was 
in the Meuse- Argonne and St. Mihiel 
offensives, returned June 7, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on the 12th, 
of that month. 



MVKRS, CARL WILLIAM Sum uf 
Mrs. Margaret Myers, entered service 
Aug. 8, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Wadsworth and attached to Company 
A, 56th Infantry. 90th Division. He 
sailed Sept. 14, 1918, returned June 
21, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 17. 1919. 



MVKi;s. FRANK W.— Son of Jutm 
and Jessie Myers, enlisted June S, UI17 
with Battery B. 10th Field Artillery. 
He was sent to Fort Douglas, Arizona, 
was appointed Sergeant. Sailed April 
1918, returned Aug. 25, 1919 and was, 
Sept. 1, 1919 not yet discharged from 
service. 



MVKKS, GKoRdI': KLMKK — Son of 
John and Jessie Myers, entered service 
June 27, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Lee. placed with Comjiany A, 9th In- 
fantry, 2nd Division, sailed Sept. 26, 
1918, returned Aug. 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 13th of 
that month. 





MYERS. PAUL II. — Sun ui .Juliii 
and Jessie Myers, entered service 
April 5, 191B, was sent to Gamp Lee. 
Was attached to M. P. Co. of the 80th 
Division. He sailed May 1918. Had 
one leg broken Aug. 23, 1918 and the 
other badly hurt, was in the hospital 
4 months, returned May 30, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 12th. 



XAi'uLl'.DN, JACK — EaU-r.-d f„T- 
vice April 5, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with the 320th Band. 
He sailed May 23. 1918, returned May 
30, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 7, 1919. 



NLii^illLV, SAMUEL C. — Son of 
Harry E. and Anna Neighly, entered 
service May 4, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and placed with Com- 
pany K, 51st Infantry, 6tli Division. 
He transferred to Fort Thomas and 
Camp Mills; sailed July 6, 1918, re- 
turned June 12, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged on the I8th of that 
month. 



NELSON. CHARLES J UlIN— En- 
listed in the United States Navy April 
1917. He was sent to the Great Lakes 
Training School, was attached to the 
Commissary Department and was hon- 
orably discharged July 1919. 



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NELSOX, GEORGE DEWEY — Eu 
listed May 1917. He was first with 
Company I. 110th Infantry. 28lh Di- 
vision, sailed for France and was there 
transferred to Motor Truck Co. No. 
545, was made Corporal and was, Sept. 
1. 1919, still with the American Ex- 
peditionary Force. 




NELSOX. GEOKGE J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. C. Nelson, enlisted Dec. 
8, 1917. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock, placed with the 10th Company, 
2nd Air Service ilechanic, sailed 
March 4. 1918, returned June 1919 
and was honorably discharged July 
1919. 




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NELSON, OSCAR ALFRED — En- 
listed with Companv I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. May 31, 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Hancock but was honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 1918. 



XEWHOISE. CHARLES EDWARD 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob New - 
house, enlisted in the Navy May 9, 
1917. He was at the Great Lakes 
Naval Station, was 1st Class Seaman 
on the U. S . S. Carolina and was 
honorably discharged July 31, 1919. 




NEWHOUSE, JOHN DAVIS — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Newhouse, 
enlisted in June 1917, was sent to 
Fort Oglethorpe and placed with the 
18th Machine Gun Battalion. He 
sailed May 1918, was slightly wound- 
ed, returned June 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged the latter part of 
that month. 




NEWHOUSE, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Newhouse. entered ser- 
vice in May 1918, went to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 28. He was attached to 
the Medical Department, sailed Aug. 
27, 1918, was in the Meuse-Argonne 
and other battles, returned Aug. 4, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
three days later. 





NOW. CHARLES A. — Son of Mrs. 
P. L. Black, entered service August 
15. 1919. Went to Columbus Bar- 
racks, was attached to Company A. 
Motor Transportation Corps, and was 
at the time of publication, still in ser- 
vice. 



NULL, HENRY HARRISON — Son 
of Millard F. and Charlotte E. Null, 
enlisted Sept. 7, 1917 with Headquar- 
ters Company. 110th Infantry. 28 th 
Division and was sent to Camp Han- 
cock. He sailed May 3, 1918, and 
was killed July 30. 1918 when a shell 
hit the Headquarters Building and 
fifteen other boys were killed. He 
was buried at Courmont, France. 







NULL, MILLARD F. Jr. — Son of 
Millard F. and Charlotte B. Xull. en- 
listed Sept. 7. 1917. He was attached 
to the Allegheny Hospital Corps, was 
sent to Camp McPherson, commission- 
ed 1st Lieutenant and was honorably 
discharged Jan. 1, 1919. 



O'HARA, ANNE M. — Born March 1, 
1881, daughter of Oliver J. O'Hara, 
enlisted Aug. 15. 1918 as a Red Cross 
Nurse. She sailed overseas, was at - 
tached to Base Hospital No. 5 in 
Paris, was later in Italy, Belgium, 
Germany and Russia, returned Oct. 
1919 and was at the time of publica- 
tion not yet discharged. 



OPLIXGER, HENRY LOYD — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Presley Oplinger, en- 
tered service in 1918. and was as- 
signed to Camp Joseph E. Johnson. 
He was made Sergeant was honorably 
disfharged Jan. 1919 and died two 
months after. 



ORR. EDRICK — Son of Harry and 
Mary Orr, entered service Sept. 4. 
1918. He was sent to Camp Forrest, 
placed with Company C. 124th Engi- 
neers, was transferred to Camp Sher- 
man and was houorably discharged 
Jan. 1919. 







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1894. son of James OShea. entered liam F. Overly, enlisted Dec. 3, 1917 vice Feb. 26, 1918. was sent to Camp Emma Page. 320 Ashland Ave en- 
service Julv 31 1918 and was sent to in the Aviation Service. He was sent Lee and placed with the Quarter- tered ser\-ice May 20. 1918 and was 
Camp Custer. He was placed with to Cornell, then Camp Dick. Barren masters Corps. Was honorably dis- sent to Camp Greenleaf. He was 
Companv F. 214th Engineers and was Field and Fort Worth and was honor- charged from the service in the Spring held by the \\ ar Department as a 
honorably discharged January 29, ably discharged Nov. 28, 1918. of 1919. Specialist on Brass Molding and was 
jyjg ^ ** J > J o honorably discharged Jan. 25, 1919. 



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PAINTKK, JACOB F. — Entered ser- PAINTER, JAMES H. — Son of 
vice Oct. 5, 1918, was sent to Camp Heister C. Painter, 407 West Pitts- 
Lee and placed with 320th Machine burgh St.. enlisted Oct. 5. 1918. He 
Gun Comiiany, 80th Division. He was in the S. A. C. T. at Dartmouth 
sailed May 18, 1918, was wounded in College and was honorably discharged 
the foot Sept. 2, 1918, returned to the from Military service Dec. 18, 1919. 
United States Jan. 6, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 1919. 



PALLITTO, JACK— Sun of George PALMER, CHARLES FREDERICK 

Pallitto, entered service Sept. 21, — Entered service Aug. 3, 1918, was 

1917, was sent to Camp Lee and placed sent to Camp Custer and was placed 

with Company A, 320th Infantry, 80th with Company I, 803rd Infantry, Sec - 

Division. Sailed May 18, 1918, was ond Army. He was made Sergeant, 

in the Meuse- Argonne, St. Mihiel and sailed Sept. 17, 1918. returned July 

Somme battles, returned to the United 18, 1919 and was honorably dis- 

States May 30th, 1919 and was honor- charged July 25, 1919. 
ably discharged June 9. 1919. 




PALMER. ELMER EDISON, JR. — 
Son of Elmer E. and Sarah M. Pal- 
mer, entered service April 5, 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Lee, placed with 
Company C, 315th Machine Gun Bat- 
talion, 8Dth Division, sailed May 17, 
1918, returned May 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 10, 1919. 




P ANICKELLO, GENNARO — Enter - 
ed military service Oct. 5, 1917, went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company M. 166th Infantry, 42nd Di- 
vision. He sailed overseas Feb. 27, 
1918, was wounded, at the Argonne 
battle, returned May 25, 1919 and 
was honoraljly discharged Oct. 11, 
1919. 




PARKS. DAVID — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. W. Parks, entered service 
Sept. 21, 1917 and was assigned to 
Camp Lee. He was attached to Com- 
pany M, 19th Engineers, sailed March 
29, 1918, returned Aug. 3, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on the 12th 
of that month. 




PARKS. WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Parks, entered ser- 
vice July 22, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with Company C, 316th 
Infantry. He sailed Sept. 20, 1918, 
returned May 29, 1919 and wa,s honor- 
ably discharged June 7, 1919. 




PARRISir, FRED J.^Son of -lam.s I'ASK IIK \ 11 /,. MARKUM, entered 

and Elizabeth Parrish. enlisted in June service in July 1918. went to Camp 

1916, with Company C, 110th Infantry, Lee and was placed with the 3rd Com- 

28th Division. He served on the pany, 155th Infantry. He transferred 

Mexican Border, was made Corporal to Cam]} Dix and was honorably dis - 

and was honorably discharged Feb. charged Dec. 28, 1918. 
1918. 





i'AT'ri;[;si»\, I'liAXK staxley — Patterson, lawrence f. — Son 

Entered service 8-pt. 21. 1917, was of Mrs. Dolly Patterson, enlisted June 

sent to Camp Lee. He was first at- 1. 1918. He was assigned to the 

tached to the Infantry, was then sent United States Military Academy at 

to an Officers' Training School at West Point, and was honorably dis- 

Camp 2achary Taylor, was made 1st charged Jan. 25, 1919. 
Sergeant and was honorably dis- 
charged Dee. 7, 1918. 





PAl l>i, (.USTAVE JULIl.S— bun 
of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Pauli. entered 
service Ajjril 29, 1918, was sent to 
Cam]) Lee and placed with Company 
B, 145th Infantry, 37th Division. He 



I'AL'Ll, li.JALiMAU 1. — Sun uf .Mr. 
and Mrs. G. S. Pauli. enlisted June 
1, 1918 in the Navy. He was assigned 
to Wissihickoii Barracks, was an ap- 
prentice Seaman and was released 



landed in France the 25th of June from active duty February 8, 1919. 
1918, was wounded in the Flanders 
drive Oct. 31, 1918 and died in Bir- 
mingham, England from the effects of 
his wound. 



i'AULSON, PAUL A. Sun ui i'. 
Paulson, enlisted March 10. 1918 in 
the Navy. He was assigned to the 
Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 
was commissioned Ensign and was 
honorably discharged Feb. 1919. 



l'ALL:!50N, (.'AKL ( : . S,mi uf I*. 
Paulson, enlisted in August 1917. He 
was sent to Fort Oglethorpe. atta<-he(i 
to the 317th Field Artillery, was com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant, was trans- 
ferred to Fort Jackson and Sill and 
was honorably discharged Jan. 1919. 



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PAVLIK, ANDREW — Son of Mr. PAVLIK, STEPHEN — Son of Mr. PENELLE, LONZO — Entered ser- PERRY, FRED B.— Entered service 

and Mr.s. Stephen Pavlik, enlisted Feb. and Mrs. Stephen Pavlik. enlisted May vice Sept. 5, 1918. He was sent to Oct. 5. 1917 was sent to Camp Lee 

26. 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and 27, 1918 in the 68th Medical Corps. Camp Wadsworth attached to the Ma- and placed with the Signal Corps of 

attached to Company A, 601st Engi- He was sent to Allentown, was made chine Gun Corps, transferred to Camp the 80th Division. He sailed over- 

neers. He was transferred to Camp Corporal, sailed August 1918 and was. Greenleaf then Meade and was honor- seas May 24, 1918, was made Cor- 

Lawrel, sailed June 30, 1918, returned Sept. 1, 1919, still in service. ably discharged Dec. 24, 1918. poral then Sergeant, returned to the 

July 6, 1919 and was honorably dis- United States May 31, 1919 and was 

charged July 12, 1919. honorably discharged June 9, 1919. 





PETERS JOSEPH A. — Born Dec. 3, PETRIO, MIKE — Enlisted in June 

1892, entered service July 22. 1918. 1917. He was sent to Camp Green, 

He went to Camp Lee, was attached placed with Company K, 7th Infantry, 

to Headquarters Company, and was sailed overseas in Sept. 1917. and was, 

honorably discharged Aug. 6, 1918. Sept. 1, 1919, still serving in France,. 



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i-IAZZA, PETER — Son of Sam and 
Jene Piazza, entered service April 5, 
1918, went to Canii> Lee and was at- 
tached to Comi)any C, 315th Machine 
Gun Company, 80th Division. He 
sailed May 17, 1918, was in the Ver- 
dun, Argonne, St. Mihiel and other 
battles, returned May 20, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 10, 
1919. 




PLAYPAIR. JAMES H.— Son of 
Mitchell and Christina Playfair, en- 
listed Sept. 12, 1918. He was in the 
S. A. T. C. at Carnegie Tech, was 
acting Corporal and was honorably 
dicharged from service Dec. 21, 1918. 





PLIVELICH. ANDRKW l.iihr,.l I'oi.i:!' .\XGEI,0 — Kiitcn-,1 s.^vvir,- 

service Sept. 21, 1917, was sent to in 1917 and was sent to Camp Green. 
Camp Lee and was placed with the He was attached to Company E. 30th 



Intclligcni-e Siction of the 80th Di- 
vision. He sailed May 18, 1918. was 
wounded Sept. 26, 1918, returned 
Dec. 2, 1918 and was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 31, 1918. 



Infantry, 3rd Division and was honor- 
ably discharged April 1918. 





I'd.MI'DXI, .U>i;.\.\.\liKl: Knlrr,.,! I'liriO. ALHKKT \VlI,l.I.V.M--Son 

.service May 3, 1918, was sent to Camp of Henry and Elizabeth Pope, entered 

Forrest and was jilaced with Head- service June 16, 1917. He was sent 

quarters Company, 51st Infantry, 5th to Camp Lee, placed with the 324th 

Division. He was transferred to Signal Corps, was given the rank of 

Camp Mills, sailed July 6, 1918, was Corporal, was a few days out at sea 

in the Meuse- Argonne, and a number when the armistice was signed and he 

of other important offensives, returned was recalled. Was honorably dis- 

July 12, 1919 and was honorably dis- charged Jan. 25, 1919. 
charged on the 18th of the month. 




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of Mr, and 
in June 19 
He was ass 
fornia and 
Jan. 1919. 



CHAKLE.S C. JR. — Son 
Mrs. C. C. Porter, enlisted 
18 in the Naval Reserve, 
igiied to San Diego, Cali- 
was honorably discharged 




I'dTTS. GKOKGE \\ . — Son ol 
David A. and Jennie S. Potts, entered 
service, was sent to Camp Green and 
attached to Company G. 47th Infantry. 
4th Division. He was commissioned 
1st Lieutenant, sailed April 30, 1918. 
was gassed in the Argonne Forest, re- 
turned Dec. 22, 1918 and was honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 1919. 




PUTTS. HAHKY K. — .Son of David 
A. and Jennie S. Potts, entered service 
Jan. 11, 1918. He was in Aviation 
service, was a flying Cadet, was sta- 
tioned at Princeton, Dick, Eberts Field 
and was honorably discharged Nov. 28 
1918. 



PUTTS. UeiUKKF L -Son of David 
and Jennie Potts, enlisted Nov. 1, 
1909 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division and was assigned to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed May 1, 
1918, was commissioned 2nd Lieuten- 
ant, was engaged in the Marne. Ourcq 
and Vesle Offensives, returned April 
25, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 



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POTTS, WILLIAM JOSEPH. M. D. 
— Son of Rebecca Potts, enlisted July 
15. 1917 with the Medical Corps and 
went to Fort Oglethorpe. He was at- 
tached to Evacuation Hospital No. 17. 
was commissioned Captain. Sailed 
Sept. 2 1918, was stationed in Siberia 
for a while, returned April 16. 1919 
and was honorably discharged the next 
day. 



PKINCLER, HOMER W.— Son of 
Mr- and Mrs. Edward Princler. entered 
service March 9. 1918, was sent to 
Kelly Field and attached to the 51st 
Aero Squadron. He was transferred 
to Babylon Field, Long Island, was 
appointed Corporal, then Sergeant and 
1st Sergeant and was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 22, 1919. 



PRINCiLE, HERMAN WILLIAM — 
Son of Charles and Eliza Pringle, en- 
tered service in Feb. 1918 and was 
sent to Camp Lee. He was placed 
with Company A. 111th Infantry, 28th 
Division, sailed May 1918,. was wound- 
ed by shrapnel Aug. 8. 1918 in the 
back and side, returned Dec. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged in Feb. 
1919. 



PRIOLETTU. LEWIS — Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 21. 1917, and was sent to 
Camp Lee. He was attached to Com- 
pany A, 320lh Infantry. 80th Division, 
sailed for France May 8. 1918, was in 
the St. Mihiel and Picardy Sector, re- 
turned and was honorably discharged 
Oct. 25, 1918. 



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PROBST. GEORGE WILLIAM — 
Son of Robert E. and Anna Probst, 
enlisted Sept. 1, 1918 in the Marine 
Corps. He was sent to Paris Island, 
attached to 403rd Company, was 
transferred to Qunatico, made 1st Ser- 
geant and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
the service. 



PULLINGS, GEORGE FRANCIS — 
Son of James and Anna PuUings, en- 
tered service May 27, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf, attached to 
Camp Hospital No. 6S, sailed Aug. 
1918, and was, Sept. 1, 1919. still in 
service with the American Expedition- 
ary Forces. 



PULLINGS. JOHN — Son of James 
and Anna Pullings, enlisted June 17. 
1917. He was with Company N, 110th 
Infantry. 28th Division, was sent to 
Camp Hancock and was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 13, 1917. 



PURUCKER, RALPH H. — Entered 
service in May 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps, sailed Aug. 13 1918, re 
turned June 30. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged July 7. 1919. 



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I'VNK, IMI',EKT THEODOUK — Sun 
of William and Isabelle Pvne, enlisted 
Sept. 15. 1918. He was in the S. A. 
T. C. at the University of Pittsburgh 
and was honorably discharged Dee. 
1919. 



QUI-\.\, .l"Si;rii- Sum ..f ,lnlin 
Quiun, enlisted in l>ec. 1917. was sent 
to Camp Wads worth and jilaced with 
70th Coast Artillery. He sailed over- 
seas in Dec. 1918, returned to the 
United States in April 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month. 



REIXHARDT. EDWARD— S..i, ui RlSSliLL, (TIARLES W.— Son of 
Mrs. Emma Moore. Bovard, entered William and Texiana Russell, enlisted 
service July 24, 1918, went to Camp in July 1917. with the 118th Signal 
Green and was attached to Company Corps and was sent to Canij) Hancock. 
D. 344th Infantry. He sailed Aug. 15, He sailed in the Fall of 1917, returned 
1918, returned July 10, 1919 and was May 1, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
honorably discharged July 20, 1919. charged the middle of that month with 

the rank of Corporal. 



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RUSSELL, CLYDE L.^Son nf Wil- 
liam and Texiana Russell, entered ser- 
vice in June 1917, was sent to Camp 
Merritt and was attached to Company 
E, 406th Telegraph Battalion. He 
sailed the latter part of July 1917, 
was appointed Top Sergeant, returned 
April 20, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged one week later. 



HAK. LIVINGSTON — Son uf Gror-r 
and Catherine Livingston, entered ser- 
vice May 26. 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Evacuation 
Hospital No. 28. He sailed Oct. 21. 
1918, returned July 16, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the 22nd of that 
month. 



RAIHOI'.Ariill, UoV S..II uf Mrs, RADIER, FRANK — Entrinl s.-r\ ice 
Sophia Radeljaugh, entered service Ai>ril 1, 1918, was sent to Camjj Lee 
May 26, 1918, was sent to Camp and placed with Company B, 319th 
Greenleaf and attached to Camp Hos- Infantry, 80th Division. He sailed 
pital No. 68. He was transferred to May 17, 1918, was in the St. Mihiel 
Camp Crane, sailed Aug. 24, 1918, and Meuse- Argonne offensives, return- 
returned July 7, 1919 and was hon- ed June 2, 1919 and was honorably 
orably discharged one week later. discharged on the 18th day of that 

month. 



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RAHL. JACOB ANDREW — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Rahl, entered 
service Sept. 5, 1918. He was seut 
to Camp Greenleaf, attached to the 
Medical Corps, was later transferred 
to 5th Auti Air Craft Machine Gun 
Battalion at Camp Wadsworth and Fort 
Oglethorpe and was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 24, 1918. 






RAYMOND, FRANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Raymond, entered 
service in 1918. He was sent to the 
Philadelphia Arsenal and was, Sept. 1. 
1919, still in the service of the United 
States. 




RECKUS, JOHN — Son of Mrs. RIDDLE, CLYDE — Son of Mr. and 
Mary Reckus, enlisted Aug. 14, 1914, Mrs. Clark Riddle, entered service 
with Company D-13th Infantry 8th April 29, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 



Division. He was in the Phillipines, 
Camp Mills, Fremont and Hoboken, 
was appointed Sergeant and was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 19, 1919. 



and attached to Company B, 145th 
Infantry. He sailed June 15, 1918, 
was in the Meuse- Argonne and Flan- 
ders offensives, returned March 20, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 10, 1919. 







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RIDDLE. GEORGE C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Clark Riddle, entered service 
Sept. 5, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf, attached to Base Hospital 
No. 214, sailed Oct. 1918. returned 
July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later that month. 



RIDSDALE, JOSEPH VICTOR— 
Son of William and Elizabeth Ridsdale, 
enlisted April 29, 1917, with Battery 
C, 42nd Coast Artillery. 1st Division. 
He sailed overseas, was in the St. 
Mihiel, Meuse Argonne and many other 
engagements, returned Feb. 18, 1919 
and was honorably discharged March 
1. 1919. 



RIDSDALE, THOMAS WILLIAM— 
Son of William and Elizabeth Ridsdale, 
enlisted June 3, 1917. with Company 
I. 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
went to Camp Hancock, sailed May 4, 
1918, was gassed July 30. 1918 at 
Chateau Thierry, returned Jan. 2, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
Feb. 18, 1919. 




REBER, ANDREW — Son of Andrew 
and Elizabeth Reber, entered service 
Sept. 5. 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf, attached to the Medical 
Corps, was transferred to the Base 
Hospital at Mineola, N. Y. and was, 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service there. 






RILEY. FRANK E— Son of John 
and Bridget R. Riley, enlisted October 
1. 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. at 
the University of Pittsburgh and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
December 1918. 



RIPPLK-MLVl.U. l;l. I:\ARD — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Ripple - 
meyer. Entered service May 26, 1918. 
Sent to Fort Oglethorpe and was made 
Cook in Camp Hospital No. 68. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Crane. Sailed over- 
seas Aug. 23, 1918. Returned Sept. 
5, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
Sept. 10, 1919. 



ROBERTSON, JOSEPH K, — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Robertson. 
Enlisted in 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Taylor, attached to Battery C, Light 
Artillery, was commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant and was honorably discharged 
from service in February 1918. 



ROBINSON, JAMES B. JR. — Son 
of James B. Robinson, enlisted in Dec. 
1917. He was attached to the Air 
Service, went to Cornell University, 
Camp Dick, and Barron Field and was 
honorably discharged from service 
Dec. 1, 1918. 




ROBINSON. PAUL M. — Son of 
Frank L. Robinson, enlisted May 12, 
1917, and was sent to Fort Niagara. 
^\'as commissioned 1st Lieutenant, at- 
tached to Company E, HOth Supply 
Train, sailed for France July 1, 1917. 
Returned in April 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in May 
1919. 



RODLHAVER. EUNK-ST D. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rodehaver, en- 
tered service April 29, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
D. 305th Ammunition Train, 80th Di- 
vision. Sailed overseas May 26, 1918, 
returned to the United States June 1, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
later that month. 




ROGERS. THOMAS — Son of David 

Rodgers, 328 Madison St., entered ser- 
vice July 25. 1918. He was attached 
to the 509 th Truck Transportation 
Corps, was appointed Corporal, sailed 
for France in July 1918 and was, 
Sept. 1 1919, still in service overseas. 



ROGERS, WALTER D. — 314 Fay- 
ette St., enlisted May 2, 1917, was 
sent to Gettysburg and attached to the 
58th Supply Company, 4th Regulars. 
He sailed overseas in 1917. and died 
of pneumonia Dec. 17, 1918 in Field 
Hospital No. 33. 



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ROSEXSTELL. FLOYD H. — Son of 
Levi Rosenstell, 120 Hamilton St. En- 
listed Oct. 18. 1917. "Was attached 
to Battery C. 12th Field Artillery, 




ROSS, NICK — 228 Jefferson St., 
entered service Feb. 26, 1918. He 
was sent to Cami> Lee, placed with 
Company H, 23rd Artillery, sailed 



Was made Corporal, transferred to overseas Sept. 5, 1918, returned to the 



Camp Upton and was, Sept. 1, 1919. 
still at that Camp. 



United States Aug. 3, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from Military 
service ten days later. 




ROWE, PAUL E. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. A. Z. Rowe. Westminister Ave., 
entered service May 3, 1918. was sent 
to Camp Forest and attached to the 
Supply Comi)any, 52nd Infantry. 6th 
Division. Sailed overseas July 5, 
1918, returned in June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 17th of that month. 




ROY. NICK A. — Son of Tony and 
Jennie Roy, 140 Laird St.. enlisted 
April 5. 1915. in the 110th Infantry 
Band. He was sent to Camp Hancock, 
then sailed for France May 1, 1918 re- 
turned May 12, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
23rd of that month. 







ROYED, JOSEPH H. — 129 Potomac 
St., entered service Oct. 6, 1917 and 
was sent to Camp Lee. Sailed over- 
seas Feb. 27, 1918, was wounded in 
the abdomen by shrapnel at Chateau 
Thierry. Returned Sept. 28, 1918 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Nov. 29, 1918, 



RUFFNER, CLARENCE MONROE 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Ruff- 
ner. Enlisted in the Marine Corps, 
July 5, 1917. Trained men in rifle 
shooting, was commissioned Captain 
July 1, 1918, and was transferred to 
Washington, D. 0. Captain Ruffner 
was in Cuba for a short time, re- 
turned and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service. 



RUFFNER, JOHN ELMER — Sou of 
James and Anna E. Ruffner, enlisted 
in June 191(j. AVas attached to Com- 
pany E, 1st Ammunition Train. Sailed 
overseas in the Spring of 1917, and 
was, Sept. 1, 1919, still with the 
American Expeditionary Forces in 
France. 



RUFFNER, SILAS CLARK— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruffner. En- 
tered service Oct. 6, 1917, was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with the 315th 
Machine Gun Battalion. 160th 

Brigade, 80th Division. Appointed 
Sergeant, sailed overseas May 18, 
1918. Wounded in the right leg 
Nov. 1, 1918, returned May 30th, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 12, 
1919. 




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RUFFNER. VICTOR L. — Son of 
James L. and Anna E. Ruffner. En- 
tered service May 3, 1918. Assigned 
to Fort Thomas, attached to Company 
A, 17th Machine Gun Battalion, sailed 
overseas July 7, 1918, returned June 
3, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from the service on the 18th of June 
1919. 






RUFFNER, WALTER S. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Ruffner. entered 
service Sept. 5, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lewis. "Was honorably dis - 
charged from service in the Fall of 
1918. 




RUMBAUGH, LESTER J.— Son of 
Isaac E. and Lucinda A. Rumbaugh, 
entered service in May 1918, was sent 
to Fort Benjamin Harrison and attach- 
ed to Company L, 21st Engineers. 
Sailed overseas Sept. 1, 1918, worked 
on the railroads in France, returned 
July 3, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 12th of 
that month. 




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RUMBAUGH, GEORGE WALTER 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew SL 
Rumbaugh, enlisted in 1910 with Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th Division 
was assigned to Camp Hancock. Sailed 
overseas in May 1918, was wounded 
and gassed. Returned in May 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service later that month with the rank 
of Sergeant. 







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RUSS, JAMES C. — Entered service 
August 2, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Custer, attached to Company L, 803rd 
Infantry, transferred to Camp Grant 
and Upton, sailed overseas September 
17, 1918, returned July 18. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
July 25, 1919. 



RY'^AN, JOHN L.^ — Son of ^iv. and 
Mrs. W. B. Ryan, Seminary Ave., 
Greensburg, Pa. Enlisted July 1, 
1918. He was assigned to Camp Tav- 
lor, attached to the 29th Field Artil- 
lery, was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Jan. 16, 1919. 



RYAN, KK'HAKI) :\L— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. B. Ryan, enlisted with 
Headquarters Company, 311th Field 
Artillery, 79th Division and was sent 
to Camp Meade. Sailed overseas Aug. 
27, 1918, was commissioned First 
Lieutenant. Returned Sept. 25, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Oct. 10, 1919. 



RYAN, WILLIAM P..— Knli.sted 
June 13, 1917 with the 17tli Engi- 
neeis. Stationed at Atlanta, Ga. 
Sailed overseas July 28, 1918, was 
commissioned, Captain, Major, then 
Lieutenant Colonel. Was on Gen. 
Pershing's Staff. Awarded a Distin 
guished Service Medal and a Legion of 
Honor and order of G. E. Service. 
Returned Sept. 23, 1919. Honorably 
discharged Oct. 16. 1919. 



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KVAN. W. U. JR. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. \V. H. Ryan. Enlisted Aug. 20, 
1917, went to Fort Oglethorpe and was 
placed with the Trench Mortor Bat- 
talion. 312th Field Artillery, 87th Di- 
vision. Transferred to Camp Pike, 
was coramissioned 1st Lieutenant, 
sailed overseas Aug. 10, 1918, returned 
March 10, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the 15th of that month. 



SAUNDERS, FRANK EARL — En- 
tered service March 6, 1918, went to 
Pratt Institute, N. Y. and was placed 
with Company B, 304th Ammunition 
Train, 79th Division. Sailed over- 
seas June 15, 1918. Was wounded in 
the leg in the Meuse ■ Argonne offen • 
sive. Returned May 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service. 



SAUNDERS, WILLIAM R. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders, en- 
tered service May 26, 1918, went to 
Camp Greenleaf and was placed with 
the Medical Corps. Sailed overseas 
Aug. 18. 1918. Returned July 28, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service Aug. 2, 1919 with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



SHAW, MELVIN J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Shaw, entered ser- 
vice in 1917, was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company A, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Was ap- 
pointed Corporal, sailed overseas in 
April 1918, returned in June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from Mili - 
tary service later that month. 



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SKKTKLL. ATJiKKT — Ent.-n-<i ser- 
vice May 20, 191S. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Evacuation 
Hospital No. 2G. He transferred to 
Camp Jackson, sailed overseas Oct. 17, 
1918, returned Aug. 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 4th of that month. 




SKNATolCl':, (.i:oj;t.l-: — (ir.M.n^KiML;. 
Pa., entered service in May lUlS and 
was assigned to Camp Gordon, He 
was attached to the Medical Corps, 
transferred to the U. S. General Hos- 
liital No. 31 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Sept. 1919. 




.-^11 1 ,A K KR. MILTON ALBERT — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shearer. 
Entered service Feb. 23. 1918, was 
sent to Camp Lee, then Camp Han 
cock and was placed with Company K. 
112th Infantry, 28th Division. Sailed 
overseas May 7, 1918. Returned 
April 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service May 6 1919. 



SANDERS, JESSE, 228 Hamilton 
St., Greensburg, Pa., born July 12, 
1894, entered service May 26, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Greenleaf and was 
placed with the Medical Corps. He 
sailed overseas Aug. 23, 1918. Re- 
turned Sept. 5, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
10th of the month at Camp Dix. 




SARVEK. JAMK.S V.^Lnuitd ht r ■ 
vice in Jan. 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to the 113th Engi- 
neers. He was transferred to Camp 
Gordon and Mills, was commissioned 
1st Lieutenant. Sailed overseas Mav 
18. 1918. Returned in June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
m July 1919. 




.SALL, KICIIAUD K. Sun ul ilii. 
Charlotte Saul Laughlin. entered ser- 
vice May 17. liUS, was sent to Wash- 
ington Barracks and attached to Com- 
pany B. 153rd Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Fort Hamilton, sailed over- 
seas Aug. 14, 1918, returned March 11 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service March 24th. 




.SAXILLE. JAJIE.S W , i:rj7 J'-.i-lar 
St., East Greensburg, Pa., born April 
24, 1895, enlisted Oct. 3, 1917 in the 
United States Cavalry. He went to 
Fort Bliss, was attached to Troop K, 
7th Cavalry and was honorably dis- 
charged from service March 22, 1919. 






SAXMAX, WILLIAM MKCHLIN'G 
• — Sou of John K. and Laura Mechliug 
Saxman, 310 Monahan Ave., enlisted 
Oi-t. 2, 1918. He was in the S. A. T. 
C. at Carnegie Tech, assigned to Com- 
pany B and was honoraiily discharged 
from service Dec. 17, 1918. 




SAY LOR, CLIFFORD W.— Son of 
Mr. and Martha W. Saylor, 345 Lo- 
cust St., enlisted in Mav 1917, with 
Company C, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision, was sent to Camj) Hancock and 
May 3, 1918 sailed for France. He 
was made Corporal, July 15, 1918 was 
taken prisoner and sent to Camp Ras- 
tatt. Returned in April 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
July 1919. 




SCUALL, REV. CHARLES— Enter- 
ed the service with the 110th Infantry 
on July 15, 1917. AVas assigned to 
Cam]) Hancock, went overseas on May 
2, 1918. Was Senior Chaplain of the 
28th Division and later Senior Chap- 
lain of the 4th Army Corps. Was 
awarded citations including the 
Croix de Guerre. Returned on March 
16, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on March 20, 1919 at Camp 
Dix with rank of Captain. 




SCIIMl- CKER, FRANK A. — Son 01 
John and Catherine Schmucker. En- 
listed in June 1917, with Company E, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was sent to Camp Hancock, sailed for 
France May 3, 1918, returned in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service the latter part of that 
month. 




SCH.MLCKiiK. JOWS T. — Son of 
John and Catherine Schmucker. En- 
listed in June 1917, with Company E, 
110th Infantry but was transferred to 
301st Field Remount Squadron. 
Sailed overseas in May 1918, was made 
Sergeant and was Sept. 1, 1919, with 
the Army of Occupation in Germany, 



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SCHilUCKER, WILLIAM J. — Son 
of John and Catherine Schmucker. En- 
listed in May 1917 with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He was 
sent to Camp Hancock, sailed overseas 
May 3, 191S, was wounded Aug. 5, 
1918 in the left wrist and leg by 
shrapnel. Returned Dec. 24, 1918 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Jan. 14, 1919. 



SCHRACK. CYRIL J. — Son of 
George Schrack, enlisted Feb. 24, 1914 
with Company M, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division and was sent to Camp Han- 
cock. He was transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, sailed overseas May 
3, 1918. Returned May 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
May 23. 1919. 



SCOTT, THOMAS F. S. — Bora in 
1897, son of Thomas and Isabell Scott. 
Youngstown, Pa. Enlisted in June 
1917. He was with the 110th Ma- 
chine Gun Company, was made Ser- 
geant and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
in March 1919. 



SCOTT. MAURICE — Son of Simon 
Scott, 111 Jefferson St., entered ser - 
vice May 15, 1918, was sent to Fort 
Hamilton and there placed with Com- 
pany B, 132nd Engineers. He sailed 
overseas Sept. 20. 1918. Returned 
July 6, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service one week later. 







SEANOR. JOHN— Son of Elmer E. 
Seanor, 901 Carpenter St., enlisted 
June 5, 1917, was sent to Camp Custer 
and placed with Company A, 10th In- 
fantry. He was transferred to Rock 
Island and was honorably discharged 
from the service May 22, 1919 with 
the rank of Corporal. 



SEANOR. WILLIAM E. — Son of SHAFFER. JOSEPH REED — Son of SHAFFER, MORRIS HAMILTON — 
Elmer Seanor, 901 Carpenter St., en- Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Shaffer, 626 Green Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shaffer, 
tered service May 26, 1918, was sent St., enlisted Aug. 14, 1918. He was 626 Green St. He entered service Oc- 
to Camp Greenleaf and placed with the sent to Fort Brownsville, Texas, was tober 6, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee 
Medical Corps. He sailed overseas in attached to Troop H, 16th Cavalry placed with the Artillery, was ap- 
July 1918, returned in July 1919 and Sept. 1919, still in the service of the pointed Mess Sergeant and was honor- 
was honorably discharged from ser- United States. ably discharged from service in Dec. 
vice on the 24th of that month. 1918. 







SHAKESPEARE. ROY' C. — Entered 
service Aug. 21, 1918. He was sent 
to. Camp Lee, attached to the 6th Anti 
Air Craft Machine Gun Battalion, was 
transferred to Camp Wads worth and 
Meade, was made Corporal and was 
honorably discharged Dec. 23, 1918. 



SHEETS, WILLIAM HOOD— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sheets, 535 Alex- 
ander St., entered service Jan. 12, 
1918. He was sent to Ithaca, N. Y., 
attached to the 318th Aero Squadron, 
sailed overseas in July 1918. Return- 
ed in December 1918 and was honor- 
ably discharged the latter part of that 
month. 



811KFFLER, EUGENE R.— Wun uf 
Robert B. and Alice C. Sheffler. En- 
tered service Aug. 6, 1917, was sent 
to Louisville and attached to the 314th 
Baking Co. He was later transferred 
to the U. S. Guards, sent to Camp 
Sherman then Fort Ethan Allen was 
honorably discharged from service 
Dec. 13, 1918 with the rank of Cor- 
poral. 



.sillETZ. JOHN A. JR. — Son of 
John A. Shietz, 228 Harrison Ave., 
enlisted Aug. 4, 1918, in the Marine 
Corps. He was sent to Paris Island, 
sailed overseas in October 1918, re- 
turned in May 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 23, 1919. 




SHEITZ, PAUL E.— Son of John A. 
Sheitz, 228 Harrison Ave., entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with 320th Machine 
Gun Corps. Sailed overseas May 26, 
1918. Returned May 30, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
June 6, 1919. 




SHERIDAN. EDWARD P. — Son of 
Mrs. Ella Sheridan, entered service 
May 2 7, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to the 
Medical Corps. He was transferred to 
Camp Crane, sailed overseas Aug. 5, 
1918. returned April 20, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service May 
2, 1919. 




SHRADER. FULLER — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William F. Fuller, entered 
service Sept- 4, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Forrest attached to the 4th En- 
gineers, was transferred to Camp 
Sherman and was honorably discharged 
Dec. 23, 1918 with the rank of Ser- 
geant. 




SHINN. WILLIAM F. — Son of 
Charles M. Shinu, entered service Jan. 
1, 1918, was in the Air Service and 
sent to Camp Severe and Mills. He 
was made Sergeant, sailed overseas 
March 8th, 1918, returned Dec. 12. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 23rd of that month. 



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SHOAF. CHARLES L. — Son of John 
M. Shoaf, New Stanton, Pa., entered 
service May 22. 19X8. AVas sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 
Ambulance Corps. Was made Cor - 
poral. AVent overseas in Sejit. 1918, 
returned March 19. 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service a few 
days later. 



SHOAF. HARRY A. — Son of John 
M. Shoaf, New Stanton, Pa., entered 
service May 27, 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Greenleaf was rook in a hos- 
I)ital there and was, Sept. 1. 1919, 
still in the service of the United 
States. 



SHOAF. ROY— Son of John M. 
Shoaf, New Stanton, Pa., entered ser- 
vice in Sept. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf, attached to Company 
B, Motor Division and was honorably 
discharged from service in Jan. 1919. 



SHOFNOSKY, ABE I.— Son of 
Isaac Shofnosky, enlisted July 27, 
1917 with the Quartermasters Corps. 
He was sent to Camp Hancock, sailed 
overseas in the Fall of 1917, was made 
Corporal, was wounded in the shoulder 
by shrapnel. Returned in March 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service later that month. 






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SimiN. iSKY. PAUL P. — Son of SUANXnX. ORLANDO. Phy.i.al 

Isaac Shofnosky. enlisted in March Director of the Greensburg Y. M. C. 
1917. in the Navy, He was sent to A. Entered the military service in 
Rock Island, was placed on transport Oct. 1913. AVas assigned to Camp 
duty, made twenty trips over and was \\'adsworth and attached to Co. A, 
honorably discharged from service in 58th Infantry. AVas acting 1st Ser- 
Feb. 1919. geant and served as physical director 

of the 58th regiment. Honorably dis- 
charged in Jan. 1919. 



SH(»TTS. JOHN P. — Son of Wilson 
and Ida Shotts. Enlisted June 22. 
1916 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division and served on the Mexi- 
can Border. Sailed overseas May 3. 
1918. Returned to the United States 
May 12, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service about ten days 
later. 



SHUEY, CHARLES ROY — Son of 
William and Marv Shuey, enlisted 
April 21, 1917. Was sent to Fort 
Banks and attached to Battery D, 44th 
CoaFt Artillery Corps. Sailed for 
France Aug. 14, 1918. Returned Feb. 
15, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 20th of 
that month. 







SULKY, FRANK BRYAN — Sun of 
William and Mary Shuey, enlisted Feb. 
20, 1917, was sent to Fort Oglethorpe 
and placed with Troop K, 11th Regi- 
ment. He was transferred to Fort 
Bliss and May 20. 1919 was attached 
to the Regular U. S. Army Reserve. 



SHUSTER. LEROY D. — Sou uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Isaac Shuster, 608 Euclid 
Ave. Entered service May 27, 1918. 
and was sent to Camp Greenleaf. He 
was attached to the Medical Corps, 
was ready to sail overseas but took 
pneumonia and died Sept. 5, 1918. 



SICKENBERGER, NORRIS S. — 
Son of Mrs. Mary M. Sickenberger. 
Enlisted in the fall of 1917 with Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. 
Sailed overseas May 5. 1918. Return- 
ed May 25, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 29th 
of that month. 



SIMPSON. GEORGE B. — Son of 
Mrs. Belle Simpson. Enlisted Sept. 7, 
1917 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. He was assigned to 
Camp Hancock, sailed overseas May 2, 
1918, was gassed, took pneumonia and 
died Nov. 12, 1918. 




SINGLE V, SAMUEL K,— Entered 
service May 26, 1918, went to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to the 
Medical Corps. He was attached to 
the 1st Training Battalion, was made 
Corporal July 15, 1918 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service Jan. 7, 
1919. 




SINDURE. HARKV F. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles E. Sindorf. Entered 
service May 26. 1918. and was sent 
to Camp Greenleaf. He was placed 
with the Medical Corps, sailed for 
France Aug. 24, 1918. Returned July 
13. 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 29th of that 
month. 




SKitLSKIE, JOHN A. — Eutt-red ^.-r- 
vice Sept, 5, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Sherman, attached to Company 
D, 6th Development Battalion, trans- 
ferred to Camp Meade and was honor- 
ably discharged from service in Nov. 
1918. 




SLUAN. EDGAR H.— Eutt-rt^d ser- 
vice in March 1918. He was attached 
to the 27th Company. 9th Battalion, 
20th Engineers; sailed for France in 
April 1918. Was decorated by the 
French Government. Returned in 
June 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 12th of 
that month. 



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SLEPPE. RAYMOND S. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sleppe, entered 
service Sept. 4, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Forrest, was attached to the 4th 
Provision Recruiting Company, was 
made Sergeant and honorably dis- 
charged from service Dee. 12. 1918 



SMARTNICK, JOSEPH ANDY — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smartnick, 
entered service May 26, 1918, was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf. He was 
transferred to Camp Riley then Sher- 
man. Was placed with General Hos- 
pital No. 3 and was honorably dis - 
charged from service Jan. 21, 1919. 



SMAY. CHARLES E. — Son of John 
Smay, entered service Aug. 27, 1918. 
He was sent to Camp McClelland, at- 
tached to the 1st Provisional Com- 
pany, 98th Division, was transferred to 
Camp Lee and honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 7, 1918. 



SMITH. PERCY BROWN— Son of 
Noah and Louise Smith. Entered ser- 
vice Jan. 26, 1918. He was placed 
with the Ordnance Department and 
sent to Rock Island Arsenal. Was 
made Sergeant and then First Ser- 
geant and was honorably discharged 
from the service March 5, 1919. 







SMITH, GEORGE L. — Son of Mar- 
tin and Margaret Smith. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. He was sent to 
Camp Lee. attached to Company A. 
320th Infantry, 80th Division, was 
later transferred to Headquarters 
Company, Detached, and was honor- 
ably discharged June 28, 1919. 



SMITH. HAROLD — Son of Mrs. 
Mary C. Smith. Bedford, Maine. En- 
tered service May 25, 1918 and was 
assigned to Camp Greenleaf. He was 
attached to the Medical Department, 
Camp Hospital No. 68. Sailed over- 
seas Aug. 23. 1918. Returned Sept. 
5, 1919 and was honorablv discharged 
Sept. 10, 1919 with the rank of Ser- 
geant. 



SMITH, JR.. ROBERT E. — Boys' 
Work Secretary of Greensburg Y. M. 
C. A. Son o'f Robert E. Sr.. and 
Elizabeth R. Smith of Ridgely, Md. 
Entered service on Dec. 7. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camj) Meade as ''Y'' phy- 
sical director and later appointed ac - 
tivities director for the Maryland dis- 
trict. Received discharge from ser- 
vice Oct. 15, 1919. 



SMUDSKI. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Antonio Smudski. Enlisted July 
17, 1917, was sent to Camp Pike and 
attached to the 346th Ambulance Com- 
pany, 87th Division. He sailed over- 
seas Aug. 26, 1918, returned July 16. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service July 23, 1919. 







SNEDDEX, KcI'.KRT ]]. Suu nf 
William and Lillian Snedden, entered 
service Dec. 9, 1917, was sent to Fort 
Oglethorpe and placed with the Base 
Hospital No. 45. He sailed for France 
July 4. 1918. Returned April 28. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service the next day. 



sNi.l'l'i:X, \'[C'l"('l; — Snii ..f Wil- 
liam and Lillian .Sued den. Entered 
service April 5. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee, placed with the 3rd Bat- 
talion, 155th Depot Brigade and was 
honorably discharged from the service 
of the United States March 15, 1919. 



sl'AGANI, VICTOR— Entered ser- 
vice Feb. 26, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Lee. transferred to Company H, 110th 
Infantry, 2Sth Division at Camp Han- 
cock. Sailed overseas in March 1918, 
was wounded twice, returned to the 
United States May 15, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month. 



STAIRS. HENRY M. — Born Sept. 
8. 1893, enlisted Mav 8, 1917, with 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision, was sent to Camp Hancock, 
transferred to Company M, 364th In- 
fantry, 91st Division. He sailed over- 
seas May 3, 1918, was commissioned 
2nd Lieutenant, returned April 1, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
military service on the 19th of that 
month. 




STAIRS. LEWLS 11.— Sou uf Mrs. 
Sarah Stairs, entered service in 1917, 
went to Camp Lee and was there at- 
tached to Company A, 320th Infantry, 
80th Division. He sailed overseas in 
the Spring of 1918, was slightly 
gassed, returned in June 1919 and 
waa honorably discharged later that 
month with the rank of Corporal. 




.STKINKH. JOSEPH — 739 Mt. 

Pleasant St., entered service June 25, 
1918, and was sent to the Officers' 
Training School at Camp Lee. He was 
ready to sail overseas when the Ar- 
mistice was signed, was honorably dis- 
charged from service Jan. 10, 1919. 




.STEINEK. PERCY KDWAKH — Son 
of J. J. and Ella Steiner, Enlisted 
March 10. 1918 in Air Service, went 
to Kelly Field and was attached to the 
1107th Aero Squadron. He sailed 
overseas June 30, 1918, was appointed 
Mess Sergeant, returned Dec. 2, 1918 
and was honorably discharged, from 
service Sept. 13, 1918. 



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STEPHENSON. JoHX W.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Stephenson. En- 
listed Julv 24, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Travis and attached to the 336th Bak- 
ing Company, 90th Division. He was 
given rank of Sergeant, sailed over- 
seas July 6. 1918, returned July 16. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 24th of July 1919. 



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STOKUM. CLARENCE J. — Son of 
Henry Stokum. entered service Sept. 
5. 1918. He was seiit to Fort Ogle- 
thorpe, attached to Post Hospital and 
was. Se]it. 1. 1919. still in the service 
of the United States. 



STOKES, FRANK F. — Son of 
Stephen Stokes, 112 AVashington St., 
entered service Oct. 27. 1917, was 
sent to Camp Lee and placed with the 
505th Engineers. He sailed overseas 
Dec. 3. 1917. Returned May 7, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service June 5, 1919. 



STOKES. BOYD A. — Son of Charles STORY. FRANK T. — Son of Mr. 

L. Stokes. Entered service Aug. 3. and Mr.s. Frank Story. Enlisted in 

1918, was sent to Camp Custer and July 1917, with the 7th Field Artillery, 

attached to the 802nd Pioneer Artil- He was sent to Camp Hill, Va., sailed 

lery. He was transferred to Camp for France in March 1918. Returned 



Sherman, sailed for France in Aug 
1918. returned July 9. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service July 
15. 1919. 



in Aug. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
i-harged from service later that month. 







STORY. HARRY C. — Son of Mr. 
and Jlrs. Frank Story, entered service 
June 12, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Upton and was placed with Company 
C. 321st Field Signal Battalion. He 
went overseas Aug. 26, 1918, returned 
to the United States May 3. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 



STITZER. CLARENCE E. — Son of 
Mrs. Catherine Stitzer, entered ser- 
vice August 29, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with the 6th 
Anti Aircraft Machine Gun Battalion. 
He was transferred to Camp "Wads - 
worth, then Meade, and was honorably 
discharged from service Dee. 23, 1918. 



STncKp.ERGER, HARRY" J., M. D 
— Eiilii^h'd Dec. 10, 1918, was seat to 
Camp Greenleaf and commissioned 1st 
Lieutenant in the Medical Corps. He 
sailed overseas Aug. 31, 1918, was 
stationed in Coblenz for about two 
months. Returned June 26. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice the next day. 



STOECKLE. JOHN M.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Stoeckle, enlisted in 
Dec. 1917, with Motor Transportation 
Service. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock, sailed overseas in Feb. 1918, was 
commissioned 1st Lieutenant, was cited 
for Meritorious service and was, Sept. 
1, 1919, still with the American Ex- 
peditionary Forces. 



L.'—. . 




STRANDUERG, AUGUST E.— 125 
Pittsburgh St., entered service Dec. 
11, 1917. He was sent to Kelly Field 
sailed overseas March 29, 1918. re- 
turned to the United States April 26. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service May 5, 1919. 




.STRASLICKA. ANDREW^Sun of 
Andrew Straslicka, enlisted in the 
Marine Corps and was sent to Paris 
Island. Was placed with Headquar- 
ters Company, 5th Regiment, 2nd Di- 
vision. Sailed overseas June 13, 1917. 
Was wounded by shrapneL Given a 
Croix de Guerre for bravery in. the 
Belleau Woods. Returned Aug. 4, 
1919 and is still in service Sept. 1, 
1919. 




STRASLICKA, JACOIi— Son of An 
drew Straslicka. entered service April 
8. 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee. 
was cook instructor there and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
Dec. 1918. 




STOUGH. FRANK E. — Son of 
Daniel E. Stough, enlisted April 9, 

1917, with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Was sent to Camp 
Hancock. Sailed overseas May 3, 

1918. Was wounded in the right arm. 
Returned to the United States May 11, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 22. 1919. 




SUi'Ri). JOSEPH ANDREW — Born 
Jan. 22. 1897, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Supro, Greenslmrg, Pa., entereU 
service and was sent to Camp Green - 
leaf. Was with the 24th Coast Artil- 
lery Corps. He was honorably dis- 
charged from service of the United 
States Army, July 24, 1919. 




SWANSON, OSCAR JULIUS — Son 
of Emil Swanson, enlisted May 24, 
1917 in the Submarine Force of the 
Navy. He was sent to a Seaman Gun- 
ners' St-hool. Was on board U. S. S. 
P-2, F-3, 0-16. Was Chief Gunners' 
Mate. Was honorably discharged July 
18, 1919. 





STAUFFER. JOHN W. — Sou of Jlr. 
and Mrs. Henry H. Stanffer. entered 
service with Company I. 110th In- 
fantry. 281h Division and later trans- 
ferred to Company A. 149th Machine 
Gun Battalion. 42nd Division. Sailed 



TAURISH. .ioii.\ iMih^ed Aug. 
12, 1917, was sent to Getlysburg and 
placed with Company A, 6!)th Infantry, 
5th Division. He was transferred to 
Camp Green, was made Corporal, 

ilcd overseas April 16, 1918, 



Oct. 17, 1917, was severelv wounded turned July 19, 1919 and was, Sept. 
at Chateau Thierry. Returned Jan. 1, 1919 not yet discharged. 
25, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 7. 1919. 



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TAYLOR, CHARLES — Son of Alex- 
ander Taylor, entered service in Feb. 
1918, was sent to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to the 15 th Engineers. He 
sailed March 28, 1918, was wounded. 



TAYLOR, ISAAC WILLIAM — En- 
tered service May 24, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
Base Hospital No. 59, He was trans- 
ferred to Camp Shelby, made Sergeant, 



returned Feb. 1919 and was honorably sailed July 2, 1919 and was honorably 



discharged March 1, 1919. 



discharged one week later. 



TAYLOR. JACOB E. — Son of W. H. 
and Sarah Taylor, enlisted in Sept. 
1917. Was sent to Fort Howard and 
attached to Battery E, 58th Field 
Artillery. He landed in France Mav 
30. 1918. Returned to the United 
States April 27, 1919. Was honorably 
discharged from service in May 1919. 



TAYLOR, JOHN H. — Son of W. H. 
and Sarah Taylor, entered service in 
the Spring of 1918. He was stationed 
at Camp Lee. Was honorably dis - 
charged from service of the United 
States Army. 







TIBERIO, JOHN" — Son of James 
Tiberio, enlisted in June 1917. Was 
sent to Camp Green and was attached 
to Company B, 338th Infantry, 85th 
Division. Sailed overseas Sept. 29, 
1918. Was wounded in ihf^ Argonne 
Forrest offensive and was in the Hos- 
pital for two months. 



TEMPLE. GEORGE M. — Enlisted in 
Dec. 1917, with Base Hospital No. 27. 
He was sent to Fort McPherson, made 
Corporal, sailed overseas in Jan. 1918. 
Returned to the United States in June 
1919. Was honorably discharged from 
service the latter part of that month. 



TEMPLETON. VIRGIL SHELBY — 

Enlisted in 1910. He was at Fort Du- 
Pont. Was shot by an Austrian. Was 
in Walter Reed Hospital for 11 months 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Dec. 24, 1918. 



TEPPER, ADAM FELIX — Son of 
Mrs. Marv Tepper, Haydenville, en- 
listed Sept. 13. 1910. He was at- 
tached to Company M, 9th Infantry. 
Was made Sergeant. Served in Franee 
15 months and was. Sept. 1, 1919, still 
in the service of the United States. 







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THACKER. CECIL G.— Son of Mrs. 
Gertrude B. Thacker, enlisted in 1917 
with the Medical Corps. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed overseas May 
1, 1918. Was in the Meuse- Argonne 
and St. Mihiel offensives, Metz and 
other battles. Returned in May 1919. 
Was honorably discharged on the 26th 
of that month. 



THOMAS. JOHN E.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. E. Thomas, Haydenville. 
Entered service in March 1919. He 
was placed with Comapny H, 2nd Re- 
placement Battalion. Sailed overseas 
in May 1919 and was, Sept. 1, 1919, 
still in the service of the United 
States. 



THu:.li'.SON, MILTOX -Sun vi Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Thompson, entered 
service May 26, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf and placed with 
the 143rd, Ambulance Company. Sailed 
overseas Aug. 24. 1918. Returned 
May 30, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged June 12, 1919. 



THOMPSON, KOBEKT N1':L8(JN — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thompson, 
enlisted in March 1917 in the Medical 
Corps. He was sent to Fort Ogle ■ 
thorpe then Camp Merritt. Sailed over- 
seas in May 1918. Was gassed. Re- 
lurned in April 1919. Was honorably 
discharged later that mouth. 







TITT. HERMAN A. — Born Aug. 13, 
1899, son of August Titt, enlisted Oct. 
6, 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at Penn State and was attached to 
Company P. Was honorably dis- 
charged from scivice Dec. 19, 1918. 



TONKAY. WILLIAM McKINLEY — 
Son of John and Mary Toukay, en - 
listed Sept. 1, 1917. Went to the 2nd 
Officers' Training School at Fort Ogle- 
thorpe. Was commissioned 1st Lieu- 
tenant. Ha was attached to Company 
H, 7lh Infantry. Sailed overseas April 
24, 1918. Was wounded July 18th at 
Chateau Thierry and in the hospital 3 
months. Returned to the United 
States August 22, 1919 holding rank 
of Captain. 



TOPPER. JAMES R.. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James A. Topper, enlisted 
May 21 1917 with Company I, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed overseas May 
3, 1918. Was wounded July 29th, at 
Chateau Thierry. Returned Jan. 20, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service May 8, 1919. 



TRIMBLK, RICHARD R. C. — Son 
of John C. and Charlottu Trimble, en- 
hsted Aug. 24. 1917. Was sent to 
Gettysburg and placed with Company 
G, *60th Infantry, 20th Division. 
Sailed overseas April 8, 1918. Was 
wounded Sept. 16th in the St. Mihiel 
Drive and died before help could be 
given him. 



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TRUE, GEORGE M. — Son of Mr. TRUE, JARRETT W.— Son of Mrs TRUXAL. ANDRE G. — Born Feb. TRUXAL, CHARLKS B. — Nov. 25, 

and Mrs. Janclt True, entered service Jennie True, enlisted Aug. 1, 1918 in 2, 1900. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. 1897. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
Oft. 5, 1917. War, sent to Camp I^ee the Medical Corps. He was sent to Truxall. Grecnsburg, Pa. Enlisted in Truxal, Greensburg, Pa. Entered ser- 



and placed v.-ith Company 1>. 166th Fort Snelling. Was honorably dis- 



Infantry. Sailed overseas Feb. 28. 
1918. \\'as slightly wounded. Re- 
turned April 30, 1919 and was honor- 
pbly discharged May 14. 1919. 



chargta from the fervice of tiie United 
States Army July 28, 1919. 



ihe Fall of 191S. He was in the S. A. vice August 8, 1918. He was sent to 
T. C. at Franklin Marshall College. Columbus Barracks and was attached 
Was honorably discharged from service to the 12th Infantry. Was honorably 
in the Spring of 1919. discharged from service of the United 

States Army in June 1919. 








TRUXAL. .lAi iHi Q. — Hvrn Ai-ril 
14, 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. 
Truxal, Greensburg, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 5, 1917. Was sent to Camp 
Lee placed with Company I, 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. Sailed overseas 
May 18, 1918. Was made Mess Ser- 
geant. Was killed in action in the Ar- 
ras Sector. 



TKLXAL. X.V'MI K ■ -1 );iiight.T of 
Harry LJ. Tru.xal. enlisted .June 24, 
1918 in the Ai-my Xurse Corps. She 
was sent to Camp Wadsworth. Sailed 
overseas in Nov. 1918. Was stationed 
in Le Manse for 5 months at Camp 
Hospital No. 52. Returned to the 
ITnited States April 22, 1919 and was. 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service. 



ni 1 X A L, 'I'l li > I > <_;.— .Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Q. Truxal. Greensburg. Pa. 
Enlisted May 5, 1917 with Comiiany I. 
110th Infantry. 28th Division. Was 
sent to Camp Hancock. Went overseas 
May 4 1918. Was wounded at Chateau 
Thierry, Returned in the Sjiring of 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from military service. 



TRUXELL. AURIAX K. — Snu of \V. 
W. and Bertha Truxell, enlisted July 
7. 1917 with Company I, 110th In'- 
fantry. 28th Division. Sailed for 
France May 3rd. 1918. Was wounded 
July 29th. at Chateau Thierry. Was 
in Hospital until his return to the 
United States Oct. 18, 1918. Was 
honorably discharged Jan. 30, 1919. 




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TKUXKLI-, HlHLkT — bntert-d ser- TRUXELL. XuK.\L\X W- — Born 

vice April 5, 1918. Was sent to Camp Aug. 10, 1893, son of AV. W. and 

Lee and placed with Company B. 51st Bertha Truxell, 121 Fredrick St., en- 

R. R. Engineers. Was made Sergeant, listed in July 1918. He was in the 

Sailed overseas June 28. 1918. Re- Ordnance Department and was sta- 

turned to the United States July 1, tioned at Washington. D. C. Was 

1919. Was honorablv discharged on honorably discharged from service in 

the 10th of that month. Jan. 1919. 



TUKXLY. KiiBKKT PAUL — Son of 
M. R. and Elizabeth Turney, enlisted 
in Company I. 110th Infantry. 28th 
Division. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock. Sailed for France May 3. 1918. 
Was wounded by shrapnel. Returned 
to the United States Jan. 30, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in Feb. 1919. 



TURXEY. .^L\KCELLUS R. JR. — 
Son of M. R. and Elizabeth Turney, 
enlisted April 21, 1918. He sailed for 
France May 6, 1918. Returned to the 
United States July 29, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
Aug. 20, 1919. 




VEITfU, THOMAS ARTHUR — Sou 
of Mrs. Margaret A'eitch, entered ser- 
vice in Oct. 1917. He was sent to 
Camp Devens, placed with the 320th 
Machine Gun Battalion. Sailed over- 
ceas April 10, 1918. Returned to the 
United States May 6, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged one week later 
with the rank of Corporal. 




VINXACOMBE, CHARLES JOHN— 
Son of Mrs. E. V. Newhouse, entered 
service Sept. 21, 1917 and was sent to 
Camp Lee. Was attached to the 320th 
Infantry Band, 80th Division. Sailed 
for Prance May 18, 1918. Returned 
to the United States May 31, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged one week 
later. 




VITOXI. JOSEFH — Entered service 
May 26, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
GreVnleaf and placed with the 117th 
Ammunition Train. Medical Detach- 
ment. Was transferred to Camp 
Crane. Sailed overseas Aug. 23, 1918. 
Returned to the United States April 
4, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
April IS, 1919. 




VLOCK, HARRY A. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. J. VIock. enlisted in 1916 
with Company I, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock and made Corpora!. Sailed over- 
seas May 3, 1918. Returned May 14, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
ten days later. 



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VLOCK. JOSEPH B.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. J. VIock. enlisted July 
16. 1918 with Comiiany I. 110th In- 
fantry. 28th Division and was sent to 
Camp Hancock. Sailed overseas May 
3. 1918. Was made Corporal. Was 
wounded. Returned to the United 
States Dec. 14. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged about a month later. 



WALDRON. DAVIS LOUIS — Son of 
R. M. and Klizabeth Waldron. entered 
service in June 1917. Was sent to 
Fort Oglethorjie. Was i)laced with 
Company D, 32'3nd Infantry, 81st Di- 
vision and was commissioned 1st Lieu- 
tenant. Sailed overseas July 31, 1918. 
Was wounded in the Meuse- Argonne 
offensive. Returned in June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on the 27th 
of that montli. 



WALKER. EDWARD MORRIS — 
Enlisted June 28, 1916 with Company 
B, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. Was 
on the Border and at Camp Hancock. 
Sailed for France May 3. 1918. He 
was appointed Coritoral. Was gassed 
July 15, 1918. in the 5th German of- 
fensive. Returned May 12, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Mav 23, 
1919. 



WALL. JAMES R. — Son of James 
B. Wall, entered service in 1918. AVas 
sent to Camp Lee and was placed with 
Company F. 305th Engineers, 80th 
Division. Sailed overseas in May 
1918. Was in Chateau Thierry. St. 
Mihiel. Argonne and other battles. Re- 
turned in June 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged later that month. 




A. 






WALTHOUR, J. REGIS — Son of 
Mrs. S. Logan Walthour. 219 Maple 
Ave., Greensburg. Pa. Enlisted in 
April 1918. Was in the Students 
Naval Training School at the Lfniver- 
sity of Pennsylvania, then Philadel- 
l>hia Navy Yards. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Dec. 1918. 



WATSON. JOHN L. — Born Jan. 5. 
1897. son of Mrs. Minnie Watson, 604 
Mt. Pleasant St., Greensburg, Pa. En- 
listed April 9, 1917. He was with 
Company I. 110th Infantry. 28th Di- 
vision. Was stationed at Camp Han- 
cock. Was honorablv discharged from 
service June 28. 1919. 



WEAVER. GLENN ALLEN — Born 
July 17. 1897. son of John J. and 
Nancy K. Weaver. 313 Coulter Ave. 
Entered service Sept. 20. 1918. He 
was in the S. A. T. C at Indiana 
Normal. Was made Corjioral. Honor- 
ably discharged from Jlilitary service 
Dec. 11, 1918. 



WEBB. HARRY ELMER— Son of 

James and Sarah Webb, entered ser - 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with Headquar- 
ters Company. 326th Infantry, 82nd 
Division. Sailed overseas Sept. 6, 
1918. Returned June 6. 1919 and 
was honorablv discharged from service 
June 13, 1919. 







WKliH. JAMES — Horn July ■J2, 
1899. sou of James and Sarah Webb. 
1327 Broad St.. enlisted Oct. 1. 1918 
in the Merchant Marines. He trained 



\VEIili, J.VMi:S I'.oin \>rr. 1.",, 
1890, son of Mr. and Mr.s. John Webb, 
entered service July 22, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and placed with 



in Chicago. Was on board the Company K, 162nd Infantry, 41st Di- 
Maruba. Made several trips overseas vision. He sailed overseas in Sept. 
and was, Sept. 1, 1919, on his way 1918. He died Oct. 21, 1918 with 
to Italy. pneumonia at Evacuation Hospital No. 

16. 



\\'KUIJ. WILLIAM— Son of Mr. an.i 
Mrs. John Webb, entered service May 
26. 1918. Was sent to Camp Green - 
leaf and attached to the 117th Am- 
munition Train. He sailed overseas 
Aug. 23, 1918. Saw active service. 
Returned to the United States May 1. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 14, 1919. 



WKI.MER, WILLIAM FKAXCKS^ 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weimer, 
enlisted June 13. 1917 in the Artillery. 
He later transferred to the Cavalry. 
Still later was private chauffeur for 
General Cabelle. Was honorably dis- 
charged from service Feb. 3, 1919. 







WELLS, ADA.M — Son of Charles V. 
Wells, enlisted May 11, 1914 with the 
11th Infantry, 28th Division. He was 
made Sergeant. Sailed overseas May 
5, 1918. Was slightly gassed and 
wounded. Returned to the United 
States in May 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service May 13, 
1919. 



WELTY. DANIEL E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. C. Welty, enlisted July 
1, 1917 in Y. M. C. A. work. He 
sailed overseas July 1, 1917. Was 
with a section of the British Army, 
stationed at Bombay. Returned to 
the United States July 22, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged a week later 
with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. 



W'ELTZ. CHARLES KKE1»K1CK^ 
Son of Mrs. Bertha Weltz, entered ser- 
vice May 27, 1918. AVas sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Evacuation 
Hospital. He was transferred to Camp 
Forrest. Sailed overseas in Sept. 
1918. Returned to the L-nited States 
May 1. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on the 15th of that month. 



WELTY, HENKY H.— Sun o\ H. L. 
Welty, enlisted June 16, 1916. He 
went to Fort Wood. Was attached to 
the 35th Service Company, Signal 
Corps. Sailed overseas Sept. 27, 1918. 
Returned to the United States Oct. 8, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service. 



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WKLTZ, VERNETTE T. — Born WKXFTELD, FREDRICK ALEX. — 

March 2, 1895, entered service Jlay Son of Fredrick and Dorothy AVenfield, 
■J7. 1918. Was assigned to Camp entered service Sept. 4, 1918. He was 



(Jreenleaf and jdaoed with the 18th 
Ambulance Com]>anv. He sailed over- 
seas Oct. 10, 1918. Returned to the 
United States in June 1919 and was 
honorably disocharged later that 
month. 



sent to Camp Forrest. Was honorably 
discharged from the service of the 
United States Jan. 19, 1919. 



WENTZELL. WILLIAM F. — Son of 
James C. Wentzell. enlisted Dec. 29. 
1918 in Y. M. C. A. Work. He sailed 
overseas Jan. 15, 1918. Served with 
the French. Was given a medal by 
the French (Jovernnient. Returned to 
the United Slates in Feb. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 



WERTZ, ROBERT F.— Son of Mrs. 
L. M. Wertz. entered service Sept. 
22. 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company A, :^20th In- 
fantry. 80th Division. He was made 
Cor)>oral. Sailed for Frani-e in June 
1918 and was. Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service overseas. 




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\\ KShKCIlLK, ALnVSirS A. — 
Born Dec. 3. 1892, son of Mrs. Kate 
W'esbecher, 45 East Otterman St. en- 
listed July 19 1918. He was assigned 
to Piatt sburg. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant. Went to Camp Grant. 
Was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice Dec. 3, 1918. 




WHITE, KENNETH L. — Born July 
26. 1892. son of Lee White. Grove 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa. Entered service 
May 27. 1918. He was stationed at 
Camp Lee, at General Hospital No. 1. 
Was honorably discharged from the 
service of the United States Army 
June 30. 1919. 




WHITFIELD, JOHN R. — Son of 
Mrs. Margaret Whitfield. Jeannette. 
Pa., entered service April 5. 1917. 
Was assigned to Camp Lee. He was 
attached to Comjiany C. 305th Field 
Signal Battalion, 80th Division. Sailed 
overseas in May 1918. Returned to 
the United States June 3, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 9, 
1919. 




WHITFIELD. GEORGE THOMAS— 
Son of Mrs. Margaret Whitfield. Jean- 
nette, Pa., entered service June 25, 
1918 and was sent to Camp Lee. He 
was attached to the 1st Infantry, 
155th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
the Central Officers' Training School. 
Honorably discharged from service 
Feb. 14, 1919. 










W UITSLLL. F. E. Lloyd— Sun of W lUTMi )l;i:. FRANK W. — Burn 

J. F. and Matilda Whitesell, enlisted June 10, 1897, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. 

Juno 18. 1917 with the 562nd Ambu - W. Whitmore. enlisted March 14, 1918. 

lance Corps. He sailed for France He went to Washington Barracks. Was 

Jan. 9. 1918. Returned to the United attached to the 428th Engineers Depot. 

States June 4, 1919 and was honor- Was made Sergeant. "SVas honorably 

ably discharged June 11, 1919. discharged from service Jan. 18, 1919. 



\\ ILLE. Kle'IIARl) ALLEN— Sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Wible. en- 
listed in April 1917 with Company I, 



WILBUR. CLARK LACHLAN— 
entered service Sejit. 21, 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and placed with 



llOlh Infantry. 28th Division. Went Company A, 320th Infantry. 80th Di- 

to Camp Hancock. He was trans- vision. He was transferred to the 

tprred to Camp Meade, placed with the 2 6th Engineers. Sailed overseas Feb. 

332nd Motor Truck Company. Was 27, 1918. Returned March 12. 1919 

made Sergeant. Was honorably dis- and was honorably discharged on the 

charged in Feb. 1919. 21st of that month. 







WILLIAMS. JAMES — Son of George 
and Angeline Williams, entered service 
Oct. 19i7. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with the 305 th Engineers 
Train. 80th Division. He sailed over- 
seas May 26, 1918. Returned to the 
United States June 2, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged one week later. 



WILSON. DAVID — Sou of Alexan- 
der Wilson, enlisted in June 1917. He 
was sent to Camp Grant attached to 
Company B, 21st Engineers. Sailed 
overseas in Dec. 1917. Was gassed. 
Returned to the United States in Feb. 
1919 and was honoralily discharged on 
the 22nd of that month. 



WILSON. THOMAS M.^Son of 
Ale.xander Wilson, entered service 
April 5. 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee 
and attached to the 314th Machine 
Gun Battalion, 80th Division. He 
sailed overseas in May 1918. Was in 
the Meuse- Argonne offensive aud other 
battles. Returned the latter part of 
May, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 13, 1919. 



WINSTON, R. — Born July 24, 1893, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winston, 
entered service in 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Lee. He was placed with Com- 
jiauy A, 320th Infantry. 80th Division. 
Was made Corporal. Sailed overseas 
in May 1918 and was killed in action 
in the Argonne Forest. 



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WINTERS, JACK P. — Sou of 
George Winters, entered service May 
3, 1918. Was sent to Fort Thomas 
and placed with Company M, 52ud In- 
fantry, 6th Division. He was trans- 
ferred to Cam]) Upton. Sailed over- 
seas Jvily 6, 1918. Returned June 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharged Dec. 20, 1918 
on the 27th of that month. 



WiSK, CHARLES WILLIAM— Sou 
of Mrs. Anna Wise, entered service 
Sept. 19, 1918. Was in the S. A. T. 
C. at Penu State. He later trans- 
ferred to the Officers' Training School 
at Fort Monroe, Was made Sergeant 
and honoraljly discharged from service 



WOLFE, GEORGE W. — Sou of Mrs. 
D. M. Wolfe, St. Claire St., entered 
service August 8. 191S. Was sent to 
Camp Wadsworth and placed with 
Company D, 87th Engineers. He was 
transferred to Fort Benjamin Harri- 
son. ^^'as honorably discharged from 
service Dec. 7, 1918. 



WOLFE, JAMES BRYOX— Entered 
service July 22, 1918. Was sent to 
Cam]> Lee and was there attached to 
Company E, 316th Infantry, 79th Di- 
vision. He sailed overseas in Sept. 
1918. Returned May 29, 1919 and 
was lionorably discharged Juno 7, 
1919. 




W'OODS. DONALD J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Flovd Woods, enlisted in 
Aug. 1917 with Company I, 110th 
Infantry. 28th Division. Sailed for 
Prance May 3, 1918. Was wounded 
in the Battle of the Marne. Returned 
to the United States in Feb. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Aug. 22, 
1919. 



WOODMAN, JOSEPH F. — Son of 
Charles and Harriet Woodman, entered 
service Sept. 5, 1917 and was sent to 
Camp Lee. He was attached to Com- 
pany A. 80th Division. Sailed over- 
seas in May 1918. Was wounded. Re- 
turned to the L^nited States in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 6, 1919. 



WOODMAN, WILLIAM — Son of 
Harriet and Charles Woodman, entered 
service Sept. 5, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to Medi- 
cal Replacement Unit No. 50, Sailed 
For France Oct. 6, 1918. Returned 
to the LTnited States July 14, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on the 22nd 
of that month. 



WOODWARD, ARTHUR JAMES — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wood- 
ward, enlisted June 4, 1917. He was 
sent to W'ashington LTni versify, at- 
tached to Company D, 6th Engineers, 
3rd Division. Sailed for France in 
Nov. 1918. Was, Sept. 1. 1919, on his 
way to the United States. 







WOODWARIi, llOW'AKl.) H.— .S-ui W i; i i . HI-, l-.I.MKK (i.- S.mi ni Mr. 

of Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Woodward, en- and Mrs. W. A. Wright, 611 Green 
listed in the Navy. He was assigned St. Entered service Sept. 5, 1918. 
to Newport, attached to the Fire De- Was sent to Camp Greenleaf and was 
partment and was Sept. 1, 1919 still attached to the Medical Corjis. He 
in the service of the United States sailed overseas in Oct. 1918. Return- 
Navy, ed to the United States in July 1919 

and was honorably discharged later 

that month. 



\\i;l(.jrr. NORMAN B. — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. W. A. Wright, enlisted Dec. 
13, 1917 in the Signal Corps. He 
was stationed at Camp Grant. Given 
the rank of Sergeant and was, Sept. 
1, 1919, not yet discharged from ser- 
vice. 



WYLIE, ERNEST P. — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah Wylie, entered service April 1, 
1917. W'as sent to Fort Myers and 
attached to Headquarters Company, 
12 th Field Artillery, 2nd Division. 
Sailed overseas Jan. 11, 1918. Saw 
active service. Returned to the United 
States Aug. 6, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged one week later. 





WYLIE, HUGH— Son of Mrs. Sarah 
Wylie, entered service in 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and placed with 
Company D, 166th Infantry, 42nd Di- 
vision. Sailed for France in Feb. 
1918. He was wounded in the left foot 
at St. Mihiel. Returned to the United 
States April 11, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged the 22nd of that 
month. 



^\ YLJJ':. TIIO.MAS C. .Sun uf Mr.s. 
Sarah Wylie, enlisted in 1916, with 
Company I, llUth Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. He went to Camp Hancock, 
then overseas May 3, 1918. Returned 
to the United States in April 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
on the 22nd of that month with the 
rank of Corporal. 



Yiji.--. r.\! L NATHAN — Son of 
John A. and Ida 1>. Y'oung, enlisted 
May 5, 1917 with Company D, 24th 
Engineers. He sailed overseas Feb. 
19, 1918. Was transferred to Head- 
quarters Company, Division of Con - 
structiou and Forestry. Returned to 
the United States June 9, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 17, 
1919 with the rank of Sergeant. 



ZERRILLO, DAN — Entered service 
in Oct. 1918. W^as sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company C, 319th In- 
fantry, 3rd Division. He sailed over- 
seas March 27, 1918. Was wounded 
June 15, 1918. Returned to the 
United States in April 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 19th of 
that month. 



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ZIFF, FRANK- 



21 Hamilton St.. 



Greensburg, entered service in July 
1918. He was sent to Cam]) Lee, then 
Merritt. Was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
in Feb. 1918. 



ZIMMERMAN, ROHFRT E. — Sou of 
Jacob F. Zimmerman, enlisted June 2, 
1917. AVas sent to Camp Meade and 
attaclied to the 304th Signal Battalion. 
He was transferred to Camp Merritt. 
Sailed overseas July 8, 1918. Was 
slightly gassed. Returned May 26, 
1919. Was honorably discharged on 
May 30, 1919 with the rank of 1st 
Sergeant. 



ZUNDAL, EDWIN — Born March 29. 
1893. sou of H. M. Zundal, enlisted 
in 1917 with the 305th Artillery, 70th 
l)ivision and was stationed at Camp 
Meade. He was commissioned Captain. 
Sailed for France in July 1918. Was 
stationed at Shomont. Returned to the 
United States in July 1919 and was, 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service. 



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ANDERSON, JOHN S. M. D.— Born 
May 1, 1886. son of E. H. Anderson. 
204 West Otterman St., Greensburg. 
Pa., enlisted Aug. 25, 1917 in the 
Medical Reserve. He was commission- 
ed 1st Lieutenant, was sent to Fort 
Oglethorpe but was unassigned and 
was honorably discharged from service 
May 18, 1918. 



ALWINE. CYRIL B. — Born Feb. 4, 
1893, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Al- 
wine, 207 South Pennsylvania Ave.. 
Greensburg, Pa., entered service in the 
Fall of 1917. Was sent to Camps 
Johnson, and Taylor. Was made Ser- 
geant then commissioned 2nd Lieuten- 
ant. Was honorably discharged from 
service in Nov. 1918. 



ANTHONY, WALTER JAMES — 
Born March 11, 1892, son of Albert 
Anthony. Mace St., Greensburg, en - 
tered service in April 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee placed with Com- 
pany E, 305th Engineers, 80th Division 
sailed for France in June 1918, was 
slightly gassed, returned to the United 
States July 2, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service ten days later. 



APPLEMAN, CLYDE DEWITT — 
Greensburg, Pa., born Oct. 1, 1892, 
enlisted Aug. 12. 1916 with Company 
I, 109th Infantry, 28th division and 
was assigned to Camp Hancock. He 
sailed overseas May 3. 1918, was in 
most of the important battles with the 
28th Division, returned to the United 
States May 14, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service the 22nd 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



AVVAMPTO. JOSEPH — 201 West 
Otterman St., Greensburg, Pa., born 
March 19, 1895, entered service July 
20, 1917, was sent to Gettysburg and 
placed with Battery C, 12th Field 
Artillery. He sailed overseas Oct. 24, 
1918, was in the St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne and other engagements, re- 
turned to the United States Aug. 7, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service Oct. 28, 1919. 



BAILEY. NELLIE M. — 531 West 
Pittsburgh St., born April 26, 1895, 
enlisted Sept. 12, 1918, as an Army 
Nurse and was stationed at Camp 
Meade. She sailed overseas Nov. 12, 
1918 was at Base Hospital No. 12, 
Bordeaux, France, returned to the 
United States July 13, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
Aug. 1919. 



BAILEY, LEON — Harrison Ave., 
Greensburg, Pa., entered service in 
Aug. 1917, went to Camp Vail and 
was attached to the 406th Telegraph 
Battalion, 1st Army Corps. He sailed 
overseas in Sept. 1917, was in the 
Champagne, Marne, St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne and other battles, returned to 
the United States April 20th. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
six days later. 



BARNHART, EDGAR — Born June 
1. 1898, son of Mrs. Margaret Barn- 
hart, 200 Westminister St., Greens- 
burg. Pa., enlisted in 1917, was sent 
to Camp Hancock and attached to the 
First Aid Company. He sailed over- 
seas in May 1918, returned to the 
United States in Sept. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service later 
that month. 



BARNHART. FLORENCE — Born 
Nov. 6, 1894, daughter of Mrs. Mar- 
garet Barnhart, 200 Westminister St., 
Greensburg, Pa., enlisted in 1914 as an 
Army Nurse. She sailed overseas in 
May 1918. served with Base Hospital 
No. 8, returned to the United States 
in Sept. 1919 and was, Oct. 1, 1919, 
still in service. 



BAUGHMAN, LEWIS JERRY — 
Born March 28, 1899, son of William 
J. and Mary Baughman, 120 Tabot 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
Nov. 4. 1917. He was assigned to 
Camp Hamilton, and Camp Eustice. 
was attached to Battery E, 31st Coast 
Artillery and was honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 6, 1918, 



BERND, WILLIAM JOHN — Tre- 
mont Ave., born Sejit. 6, 1893. son of 
Henry Bernd, Turtle Creek, Pa., en - 
tered service and was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf. He was attached to the 4th 
Trench Mortor Battalion and was hon- 
orably discharged from service after 
the signing of the Armistice. 



BLACK, CARL HENRY — Born July 
16, 1898, enlisted with Company I, 
109th Infantry. 28th Division and was 
assigned to Mt. Gretna. He went to 
Camp Stewart and Hancock, sailed 
overseas May 3, 1918, was made Cor- 
poral, returned to the United States 
May 14, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service May 22, 1919. 



BLACKBURN, JAMES ARCHI - 



BLANK, WILLIAM ROY — Born in 



BOARTS, HARVEY HOWARD- 



BALD — Born Nov. 3, 1897, son of July 1889, 244 East Otterman St., Son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Boarts. 
Mrs. M. J. Blackburn, West Newton, Greensburg, Pa., entered service in Greensburg, Pa., entered service and 
Pa., enlisted Jan. 19, 1918. He was Feb. 1918. He was in the Aviation was sent directly overseas. He was 
in the Air Service, stationed at Ithaca, Ordance Department at Pittsburg. Pa., attached to the Signal Corps, Casual 
N. Y., and was honorably discharged then Fort Slocum and was honorably Company, arrived in France Dec. 17. 
from service July 26, 1918. discharged from service in April 1919. 1917, was made First Class Chauffeur. 

returned to the L^nited States in June 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later. 



BORTZ, WILLIAM H. — Born Jan. 
24, 1891, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel 
W. Bortz. 535 N. Walnut St.. Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service June 20. 
191S. He was sent to Camp Greenleaf, 
was attached to the Medical Depart ■ 
ment, was made Sergeant and honor - 
ablv discharged from service January 
18, 1919. 



BRENNAN, JOSEPH P.— 83 Ridg- 
way Ave., born Oct. 9, 1891, son ot 
Mrs. Elizabeth Brennan, Forbes Road, 
Pa., entered service Dec. 10. 1918, was 
sent to Fort McArthur and attached 
to the Coast Artillery Corps, 52 nd 
Ammunition Train. He went overseas 
May 25, 1918. returned to the United 
States Jan. 23, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service March 8. 
1919. 



BROADDUS. WILLIAM C. — Born 
Dec. 25, 1889, son of Mrs. Louise 
Broaddus, entered service Sept. 8, 
1918, was assigned to Camp Wads - 
worth and was attached to Camj)any A, 
56th Infantry. He sailed for France 
Sejit. 30. 1918, was seriously gassed, 
sent to Fort Mac Arthur and attached 
returned to the United States March 
20lh. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service April 9, 1919. 



BRONZIE, GEORGE, 1313 Poplar 
St.. Greensburg, Pa., born Oct. 21, 
1896. son of Ralph Bronzie. New 
Castle, Pa., entered the Air Service 
Dec. 8, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Green, was in Foreign Service for 
several months, and was honorably 
discharged from service in June 1919 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



BURLEIGH, ROBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Burleigh. Lakeland. 
Florida, enlisted with Comjiany I. 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock, sailed over- 
seas May 3, 1918, made Sergeant and 
was wounded the latter part of July 
1918 by machine gun fire. 



CARNS, SMITH G. — 222 West 
Pittsburgh St.. Greensburg, Pa., born 
July 31. 1897, entered service July 
22, 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed with the 11th Company, 3rd 
Battalion, and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States. Dec. 16, 1918. 



CARROLLI. CHARLES — Born Sept. 
3, 1896, son of Tony and Anna Car- 
rolli, 751 West Otterman St., Greens ■ 
burg. Pa., entered .service June 5, 
1918. went to Camp Lee and was at- 
tached to Comjiany I, 42nd Infantry. 
83 rd Division. He sailed overseas 
Oct. 16, 1918, returned to the United 
States July 6, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
12th of that month. 



CLEM, GEORGE EDWARD — 312 
Eicher Ave., Greensburg, Pa., born 
July 4, 1886, entered service June 23. 
1918, was sent to Camp and placed 
with Company A. 314th Infantry. 89th 
Division. He went overseas Aug. 10, 
1918, returned to the United States 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service June 18, 1919. 



CLINE, VINCENT — Born Dec. 6. 
1899, son of John H. Cline, 331 West 
Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, Pa. En- 
listed Sept. 24, 1918. He was sent to 
Gettysburg, and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States in May 1919. 



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COHEN, AARON — Born Dec. 17, 
1898, soa of Morris and Ida Cohen, 
Ridgeway Ave.. Greensburg, Pa., en- 
tered service in May 1917. He went 
to Camp Hanrofk with Company H. 
112th Infantry, 28th Division, sailed 
overseas in Slay 1918, was made Cor- 
poral and was killed at the 2nd Battle 
of the Marne by a High Explosive 
shell. 



CONNER, JAMES H, — Born Oct. 16, 
1898. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. 
Conner, 307 Grant St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service in the S]»ring of 
1918. He was stationed at Camp Pitt 
with the 26th Motor Mechanics, and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Feb. 10. 1919. 



CONNOR, THOMAS SMITH — Son 
of Thomas and Susan Ellen Connor, 
232 East Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted in May 1917, went to 
Allentown and was id^*^"*^*! with Am - 
bulancc Company No. 513, Sanitary 
Section. He sailed overseas Dec. 27, 
1918. returned to the United States 
April 20, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service two days later. 



CONNER, WILLIAM. JR. — Born 
Jan. 6, 1898. son of William G. and 
Catherine Conner, 226 Taylor St.. 
Greensburg. Pa., enlisted in Oct. 1918. 
He was in the United States Naval 
Unit at Carnegie Tech and was honor- 
ably discharged from service in Dec. 
1918. 



COSHEY, JOHN R. — Born Sept. 7, 
1897. son of Mrs. Gertrude Coshey, 
111 West Otterman St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted in 1915 with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
sailed overseas May 3, 1918, in action 
at the Ourcq River, returned to the 
United States March 13, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 29th of that month. 



COTE, JOSEPH LACASS, JR. — 
Born June 1. 1889, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. L. Cote. 450 North Main St.. 
Greensburg, entered service in the Fall 
of 1917. He went to Camp Lee. Jack- 
son, Fort Sill and Stanley was attached 
to the Artillery and was honorably dis- 
charged from service the latter part of 
January 1918. 



CRONIN, CHARLES— Born Jan. 8. 
1889, son of Donir and ?]Uen Cronin, 
8 Wayne Ave., Greensburg. Pa., en- 
listed June 25, 1916 with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division, He 
sailed overseas May 3. 1918, was 
wounded in the left eye at the battle 
of Chateau Thierry, returned to the 
United States. Jan. 10, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service Feb. 
8, 1919. 



CUNEO, CHARLES — Born June 28, 
1892, son of Mrs. Mary Cuneo, 412 
Harrison Ave., Greensburg. Pa., en- 
tered service May 27, 1918. He was 
assigned to Allentown and Camp 
Greenleaf, was attached to the Medical 
Department, sailed overseas, in Aug. 
1918, returned to the United States in 
July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service later that month 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



DAVIS, SAMUEL— Born July 15, 
1899, son of Zundle Davis. 733 West 
Otterman St., Greensburg, Pa., enlisted 
in July 1917 in the Marine Corps, He 
was stationed at Paris Island, sailed 
overseas in Oct. 1917, returned to the 
United States Aug. 1, 1919 and was, 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service. 



DAVIS, LEWIS — Born Mav 5, 
1896, son of Abe Davis, 843 Otter- 
man St., Greensburg, Pa., entered ser- 
vice Sept. 5, 1918 and was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. He was attached to 
Base Hospital No. 26, sailed overseas 
Nov. 11, 1918. returned to the United 
States in April 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service later 
that mouth. 



DAVIS. MAURICE J. R, — Born in 
Jan. 1891, sou of Abe Davis, 843 West 
Otterman St., Greensburg. Pa., enlisted 
in Sept. 1918, in the United States 
Navy. He was sent to the Great Lakes 
Naval Training School, then Hampton 
Roads, was classed as a seaman, made 
several trips overseas and was honor - 
ablv discharged from service the latter 
part of Dec. 1918. 



DEARMAN. FRED, 232 Pittsburgh 
St., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
May 27. 1918. He went to Camp 
Greenleaf, then Newport News and was 
at the time of publication not yet dis- 
charged from military service. 



DELCROSSO. ANTHONY — 204 
Madison St.. Greensburg. Pa., born 
June 30, 1888, entered service Feb. 
11, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and 
jjlaced with Company E. 319th Infan 
try, 80th Division. He sailed over- 
seas May 18, 1918, returned to the 
United States June 2. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service ten 
days later. 



DEITZ, JACOB HARRY, Greens - 
burg. Pa., born Dec. 18, 1889, entered 
service Sei)t. 6, 1917, was sent to 
Camp Lee, and attached to Company 
B, 320th Infantry. 80th Division, He 
sailed overseas May 18. 1918, was in 
the Artois, St. Mihiel, Meuse- Argonne 
and other sectors, returned to the 
United States. May 28, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from servicn 
June 5. 



DeRISEIS, EMILIO — 305 Brushton 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
April 3. 1918, went to Camp Lee and 
was attached to Headquarters Com- 
pany, 317th Infantry, 80 th Division 
and was later transferred to the Head- 
quarters Band. He sailed overseas in 
May 1918, returned to the United 
States June 1, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
13th of that month. 



DIAS, WILLIAM 
May 26, 1895. son 
Alice Dias. Greeusbu 
service Feb. 12, 191 
to Camp Lee. He was 
313th Machine Gun 
overseas in May 1918, 
United States in the 
and was honorably 
service later. 



MONROE — Born 
of William and 
rg. Pa., entered 
8 and was sent 
J placed with the 
Company, sailed 
, returned to the 
Spring of 1919 
discharged from 



DIETZ, JAMES H. — Born May 2. 
1900, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. 
Dietz, 508 Roher St., Greensburg, Pa., 
enlisted April 27, 1918, with Field 
Hospital No. 109 and was sent to 
Camp Hancock. He transferred to 
Camp Mills, was in a number of im- 
portant battles, returned to the United 
States in May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service later that 
month. 



DIETZ, THOMAS B. — Born April 
21, 1873, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
K. Deitz, 508 Roher St.. Greensburg. 
enlisted Dec. 14. 1917, in the Y. M. 
C. A. work. He sailed overseas March 
31, 1918, was in camjis at Luxemberg. 
Le Manse and other parts of France 
and Germany, returned to the United 
States Aug. 1, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service that same day. 



DIMOND. ALFRED EDWARD — 
Jeannette. Pa., born Nov. 23, 1886, 
son of Mrs. Luella Dimond, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., entered service in May 
1918. He was assigned to Camp For- 
rest attached to the 52nd Infantry and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in June 1918 on account of physical 
disability. 



DIMOND, JAMES FRANCIS — 527 
George St.. born Nov. 10, 1896, son 
of Mrs. Luella Dimond, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., entered service March 15, 1918. 
was sent to Fort Oglethorpe and at- 
tached to Regimental Headquarters, 
305th Engineers, 80th Division. He 
sailed overseas May 19, 1918, was in 
the St. Mihiel and Meuse- Argonne 
drives, returned to the United States 
Dec. 19, 1918 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Jan. 10, 1919. 



DONALDSON, ARTHUR J. — Rear 
215 Grove St., Greensburg, Pa., born 
March 1886, enlisted with Comjiany I. 
110th Infantry. 28th Division and was 
assigned to Camp Hancock. He sailed 
overseas May 5. 1918, was in a num- 
ber of large battles, returned to the 
United States in Jan. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later tliat month. 



EARLY. M. P. — Born March 16, 
1895, entered the military service in 
Nov. 1917, was sent to Fort Slocum 
and attached to the Air Service. He 
was placed with the Third Aero 
Sijuadron, sailed overseas March 16, 
1918, was made Sergeant, returned to 
the United States Dec. 4, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from servicp 
on the 15th of that month. 



ERICKSON, GEORGE W. — Born 
March 10, 1895, son of Mrs. Augusta 
Erickson, Greensburg, Pa. Entered 
the United States Army and saw ser- 
vice in the Great World War. 



EISAMAN, NORVAL M. — Born July 
7. 1896, son of Israel B. Eisaman, 313 
Brown Ave., Greensburg, Pa., entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917, was sent to 
Cam)) Lee and placed with Company A, 
320th Infantry, 80th Division. He 
sailed overseas May 18. 1918, was 
wounded by shrapnel, returned to the 
United States Feb. 14. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
April 13, 1919. 



ELPERN, JACOB— Born Dec. 8, 
1891. son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah El- 
pern, 220 Hamilton St.. Greensburg. 
Pa., enlisted June 24, 1916 with Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry. 28th Division. 
He was assigned to Camp Hancock, 
sailed overseas May 3, 1918. was 
wounded and gassed, returned to the 
United States Dec. 17, 1918 and was 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
20, 1919, 



ELGIN, GEORGE W.— 245 East 
Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George L. Elgin. Kittaning, 
Pa., enlisted Jan. 11, 1918 in the 
United States Navy. He was on board 
the U. S. S. Lake Borgne and U. S. S. 
Kerlew, made several trips overseas 
and was honorably discharged from 
service March 21, 1919. 



ELPERN, BENJAMIN D. — Born Oct. 
22, 1890, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah 
Elpern, 220 Hamilton St.. Greensburg, 
entered service Sept. 12, 1917. was 
sent to Camp Green and attached to 
Company E. 30th Infantry. 3rd Divi- 
sion. He sailed overseas March 16. 
1913. was in the battle of the Marne. 
Meuse -Argonne. and others, was 
wounded twice, awarded a D, S. C. 
returned to the L'nited States May 28 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 12th, with the rank 
of Sergeant. 

EVALDI. ALFRED — Alexander St., 
born Nov. 6, 1896. enlisted Jan. 9. 
1917 with the Ist Artillery Corps. He 
was stationed at Camp Jackson, sailed 
overseas July 15. 1918, returned to the 
United States August 8. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from military 
service the next day. 



PARBER, LEMUEL, JR. — Born in 
March 1893, son of Lewis Park, Penn 
St., Greensburg, Pa. enlisted 0''t, 5. 
1918 with Company M. 168th Infan- 
try. He sailed overseas in Nov. 1917, 
was wounded in his right hip, re ■ 
turned to the United States and was 
honorablv discharged from service May 
14. 1919. 



PARR, JOHN M. — 241 Concord St., 
Greensburg, enlisted in 1916 in the 
Cavalry. He was on the Mexican 
Border, sailed overseas in the Spring 
of 1918, was made Sergeant, returned 
to the United States in June 1919 
and was honorably disscharg<?d from 
service later that month. 



PARR, LAWRENCE — 241 Concord PARR. GEORGE — 241 Concord St., 

St., Greensburg. Pa., entered service Greensburg, Pa., entered service in the 

in the Spring of 1917. He was sent Sjjring of 1918 and was sent to Camp 

to Camp Hancock, attached to the Meade. He was made Corporal then 

Aviation Service, was made Sergeant. Sergeant and was honorably discharged 

sailed overseas in Feb. 1918 and was, from the service of the L'nited States 

at the time of publication, not yet re- Jan, 26, 1919. 
turned. 



FIORILLI. MICHAEL — Born Oct. 
24, 1892, entered service April 29. 
1918, was sent to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company D, 28th Infantry. 
1st Division. He sailed overseas 
Sept. 14. 1918, was in the Meuse-Ar- 
goune and other battles, returned to 
the United States April 2, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice two weeks later. 



PRIED LANDER. SAMUEL — Born 
June 6, 1892, son of Simon Fried - 
lander, 316 Hamilton St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service June 7, 1917. was 
sent to Camp Meade and attached to 
the Dental Reserve Corps. He was 
commissioned Captain, sailed overseas 
in May 1918. returned to the United 
States, Aug, 10, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service the first 
part of Sept. 1919. 



FRIEDLANDER. ABRAN H. — Born 
June 27, 1894. son of Simon Fried - 
lander. 316 Hamilton Street. Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service in Sept. 
1917. was assigned to Camp Lee and 
placed with the 320th Infantry. 80th 
Division. He went to France in May 
1917. was wounded in the shoulder, 
returned to the United States Jan. 
24, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later. 



GEORGE. SAMUEL S. — Born Nov. 
18, 1892, son of Mrs. Annie George, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., entered service May 
26. 1918, was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and placed with Field Hospital No. 
22. He transferred to Fort Ogle- 
thorpe, sailed overseas Aug. 14, 1918, 
returned to the United States May 29, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 3, 1919. 



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GOOD, WILLIAM J. — Born Sept. 
19. 1892. SOD of Walter F. Good. 739 
West Pittsburgh St., (yreensburg. Pa- 
enlisted in April 1917 with Company I. 
110th Infantry, "JHth Division and was 
sent to Camji Hancock. He sailed 
overseas in May 1918, returned to the 
United States in March 1919 and was 
honorablv discharged from service in 
April 1919. 



GOOD. GEORGE — Born Aug. 16. 
1894, son of Walter F. Good, 739 West 
Pittsburgh St.. Green sburg. Pa., en- 
listed March 11. 1917 with Quarter- 
master Corps 103rd Supply Train. 28th 
Division. He sailed overseas May 27, 
1918. was wounded, returned to the 
United States May 9. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 20th of that month. 



GOODWIN'. JOHN K. — Born July 
25. 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 
(rood win, Underwood Ave., Greens • 
burg. Pa., enlisted in 1918. He was 
at Vancouver. Washington, in the 
Spruce Production and was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 1918. 



GREGG. GEORGE G. — Born Dec. 
29. 1895, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 
H. Gregg, Alexander St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service May 26, 1918, He 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, then 
Port Oglethorpe, was attached to the 
Medical Corps and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Deo. 26, 1918. 



GROSS, JOSEPH M. — Born Nov. 25. 
1895. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 
Gross. Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
June 25. 1918. He was sent to Camp 
L#ee, placed in the Officers' Training 
Camp and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Feb. 21, 1919. 



GUXN'ETT. WILLIAM B. — Born 

July 30. 1891, son of Mrs. Mary Gun- 
nett. 226 Foster St., Greensburg. Pa., 
entered service in Sept. 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Lee, placed with the 
205th M. P. Company, sailed overseas 
April 27. 1918, returned to the United 
States Aug. 28. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Sept. 5, 
1919 with the rank of Sergeant. 



HAROLD. FRAXKLIN — Born Oct. 

14. 1896, son of Charles and Anetta 
Jane Harold. 528 Jack St.. Greens- 
burg. Pa., entered service Sept. 4. 
1918. He was assigned to Camp For- 
rest was placed with the 51st Com- 
jtany, 20th Engineers, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service the 
middle of Jan. 1919. 



HAYS. HARRY M. — Born June 1. 
1890, son of Mrs. Jennie Hays, Mid- 
way, Pa., entered service July 22. 
1918 was sent to Camji Lee, and at- 
tached to Com J. any H, 3rd Division 
155th Depot Brigade. He was honor- 
ably discharged from service of the 
United States Dec. 15, 1919. 



HAYS, JOHN S.— Born Oct. 20. 
1893, son of Mrs. Jennie Hays, Mid- 
way, Pa., entered service in Sept. 
1917, went to Camp Lee and was at- 
tached to the 306th Ammunition Train. 
He sailed overseas the latter part of 
May 1918 returned to the United 
States the middle of June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
the last of that month. 



HAYS, JESSIE D.— Born Feb. 2, 
1837, son of Mrs. Jennie Hays. Mid- 
way. Pa., entered service July 22, 1918 
and was sent to Camp Lee. He was 
attached to Company B, 3rd Battalion, 
155th Depot Brigade, sailed overseas 
and was, at the time of publication, 
still in service. 



HEAD, PAUL J. — Born March 10, 
1880, son of Judge John B. Head. 448 
North Main St., Greensburg, Pa., en - 
listed June 22. 1916 with the Supply 
Company, 110th Infantry, 28th Divi- 
sion. He was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock, sailed overseas May 3. 1918, was 
in a number of the important battles, 
returned to the United States March 
2. 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service April 12, 1919. 



HELPFERICK, LLOYD C. — Born 
Oct. 11, 1895, son of Mrs. A. L. Helf- 
ferick. 249 Spring St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service June 12. 1917, 
was sent to Camp Meade and was 
placed with the Wireless Radio Com- 
pany, 324th Field Signal Battalion. He 
was appointed Sergeant and was 
honorablv discharged from service Jan. 
25, 1919. 



HENDERSON, GAVIN— Born April 
15, 1890, son of Mis. Mary Henderson. 
524 Jack St., Greensburg. Pa., entered 
service Feb. 26. 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Lee attached to the 1st Sec- 
tion Training Battalion, 155th Depot 
Brigade, and was honorably discharged 
from service March 3, 1919 on ac - 
count of physical disability. 



HERBERT, ROBERT B. — Born Dec. 
29. 1886. son of R. W. Herbert, 
Greensburg. Pa., enlisted with Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry. 28th Division 
in April 1908. He was commissioned 
1st Lieutenant, sailed overseas April 
28, 1918, was wounded by a high ex- 
plosive shell, returned to the United 
States Oct. 28, 1918, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Jan. 28, 
1919. 



HENRY. EDWARD — Born Feb. 11. 
1887, son of Robert Henry, 232 Ham- 
ilton St., Greensburg, entered service 
Aug. 23. 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Custer, attached to Company A, 812th 
Infantry, was transferred to Camp 
Grant, and Sherman, was made Cor - 
poral and honorably discharged from 
service Jan. 5, 1919. 



HIGHBERGER. FREDRICK — Born 
Feb. 3, 1898. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. 
P. Highberger, 309 2nd St., Greens- 
burg. Pa., entered service in 1918. He 
was in the Students* Army Training 
Camp at the University of Pittsburgh 
and was honorablv discharged from 
service April 19, 1919. 



HIRSH. IVAN T. — Born March 13. 
1888, son of Mrs. Matilda Hirsh. 134 
Depot St., Greensburg, Pa., entered 
service in the Summer of 1917. He 
was sent to Camp Lee, placed with 
Company G, 318th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision, sailed overseas in May 1918, 
returned to the United States in June 
1919 an i was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



HOFFMAN. FLOYD C. — Born Feb. 
9, 1893, son of Ephraim Hoffman, 
31 i Brown Ave., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
listed June 5, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Hancock and attached to the 28th 
Division. Medical Corps. He sailed 
for France May 17, 1918. returned to 
the United States July 19, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from ser - 
vice on the 20th of that month. 



HOHN, JOSEPH — Born in July 
1892. son of Andrew Hohn, 634 George 
St.. Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
and was sent to Camp Lee. He was 
l)laced with the 318th Infantry, trans- 
ferred to Camp Oglethorpe, sailed 
overseas in May 1918. returned to the 
United States in May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service later 
that month with the rank of Sergeant. 



HOFFMAN. CLYDE R. — Born Feb. 
12, 1894, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 
Hoffman. 311 Brown Ave., Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted in June 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Hancock, attached to 
the 109th Field Hospital, 28th Divi- 
sion, sailed overseas May 28, 1918, 
returned to the United States in April 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



HOLDIN. FRED J.— Born Sept. 22. 
1888, son of Mrs. Amil Johnson, 424 
Chestnut St.. entered service and was 
sent to Camp Sherman. He was at - 
t ached to the Gas Department, was 
made Sergeant and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Dec. 1918. 



HUGHES, CLYDE A. — Born Feb. 
29, 1892, son of Mrs. William Packert. 
Derry, Pa., entered service June 15, 
1918. He was at Carnegie Tech. Camp 
Johnston and Merritt. sailed overseas 
in Sept. 1918 and was at the time of 
publication, still in service overseas. 



HUNT. EDMONDS E. — Born Aug. 
1, 1897, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 
Hunt, Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
Oct. 5, 1917, and was attached to the 
Air Service. He trained at Georgia 
Tech then Ellington Field, was com- 
missioned 2nd Lieutenant and was 
honorably discharged from service 
March 28. 1919. 



HUTCHINSON. WALTER — Born 
June 7. 1886. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ames Hutchinson. 308 Spring St., 
Greensburg. Pa., enlisted in 1917 in 
the Navy. He was stationed at Phila- 
delphia and placed on board the U. S. 
S. Henderson, he made eighteen trips 
overseas and was released from active 
duty after the signing of the Armistice. 



HUTCHINSON, CLARENCE M. — 
Son of ilr. and Mrs. Ames Hutchinson, 
308 Spring St.. Greensburg. Pa., en - 
listed in 1917 with Company E. 406th 
Field Signal Battalion. He sailed 
overseas in July 1917, was made Ser- 
geant, returned to the United States 
in April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service April 26, 1919. 



JAMISON. THOMAS P. — Born April 
18, 1892, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 
Jamison, N. Main St., Greensburg, Pa.. 
entered service Aug. 20, 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Lee. was placed 
with Company L. 6th Training Bat- 
talion, was made Corporal and was 
honorably discharged from service Dec. 
13, 1918. 



JACOB. HARRY M. — Born Feb. 8, 
1899. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob. 
135 Alexander St., Greensburg. Pa. en- 
listed in 1917. Ht' was sent to Camp 
Dix, was placed with the 102nd Ord- 
nance Company, was made Sergeant 
and was honorably discharged from 
service in April 1919. 



JACOB. PAUL I. — Born May 31, 
1888, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob, 
135 Alexander St.. Greensburg, Pa.. 
enlisted in 1917 in the United States 
Ordnance Department. He was attach- 
ed to the 102nd Company at Camp Dix 
was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in Feb. 1919. 



JOHN. SAMUEL — Born in the Fall 
of 1895, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. 
John, entered service in 1917. He 
was attached to the 22nd Infantry, De- 
pot Brigade. 80th Division and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
the Summer of 1918. 



JOHNSON. BERNARD — Greensburg. 
Pa., enlisted in June 1917 with the 
United " States Navy, was placed on 
board the U. S. John Jones and was 
made a Chief Petty Officer. He made 
several trips overseas, was on a boat 
when it was torpedoed, was in the 
water four hours, and was honorably 
discharged from service in Jan. 1919. 



JOHNSTON, CLARENCE O— Born 
April 4, 1894. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
J. W. Johnston, Greensburg. Pa., en- 
tered service July 4. 1918. He was 
sent to the Training Camp at Cam- 
bridge Springs and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in the Fall of 
1918. 



JONES, JOHN RUSSELL — Born Aug. 
2. 1895. son of Mrs. Laura Jones. 
Greensburg, Pa., R. F. D. No. 7, en- 
listed June 11. 1918 in the United 
States Na\'y- He was sent to Phila - 
delphia. and the Great Lakes Naval 
School, was placed on the the T*. S. S. 
General George, made several trips 
overseas and was honorably discharged 
from service in July 1919. 



KEISTER, CHARLES WILLIAM — 
1538 Broad St. .Greensburg, Pa., born 
April 2. 1896, enlisted with Company 
I, 110th Infantry. 28th Division. He 
was assigned to Camp Hancock and 
was honorably discharged from the 
service of the United States April 22. 
1918. 



KETTERING. JOHN M. — Entered 
service in 1917. He was sent to Camp 
Lee and was attached to the 320 th 
Infantry. 80th Division. He sailed 
overseas in 1917. was wounded at the 
Argonne Forrest battle, returned to the 
United States, was taken to Park View 
Hospital and was. at the time of pub- 
lication, not yet discharged. 



KEELEY. CLARENCE — Son of C. KEOUGH. BERNARD— Son of John 

F. Keeley, 603 Alexander St., Greens- Keough. Crows Nest. Pa., enlisted .Tuly 

burg. Pa., entered service May 25. 18. 1917. was sent to Gettysburg and 

1918. He was sent to Camp Sevier attached to Company A. 58th Infantry, 

then Greenleaf, was attached to Base 4th Division. He sailed overseas May 

Hospital No. 128 and was honorably 6, 1918. was wounded in the hip and 



discharged from service Dec. 12, 1918. 



right leg. returned to the United States 
Jan. 25, 191ft and was honorably dis- 
charged from service March 4. 1919. 



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KIRK, JAMES P. — Son of Timothy 
and Mary Kirk, 119 Talbot Ave., 
Greensburg, Pa., entered service in 
May 1918. He was assigned to Camp 
Humphreys attached to Company E, 
4th Engineers, was made Sergeant and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Dec. 24, 1918. 



KIRK, JOSEPH E. — Son of Timothy 
and Mary Kirk, entered service in 
Sept. 1917 and was attached to the 
Auti Air Service. He sailed overseas 
in June 1918, was made Corporal, took 
part in the Mease - Argonne, Chateau 
Thierry and St. Mihiel battles, return- 
ed to "the United States in Dec. 1918 
and was honorably discharged from 
service on the 24th of that month. 



KISTLER. DANIEL C — Born Oct. 
14, 1882, son of T. A. Kistler, enter- 
ed service in Sept. 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Sherman, was attached to 
Battery B, Field Artillery, and was 
honorably discharged from service Nov. 
20, 1918. 



KING, HENRY M. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. S. J. King, enlisted in July 1917 
with Company I, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. He was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, was commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant, sailed overseas May 3, 1918, 
was wounded in action at the Argonne 
offensive, was awarded a D. S. C. re- 
turned May 24, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service that same 
day. 



KLINE. WADE T. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. S. A. Kline, enlisted Dec. 28, 
1901 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. He was commissioned 
Captain, sailed overseas May 6, 1918, 
was wounded July 28, 1918, returned 
to the United States Dec. 31, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Aug. 2, 1919. 



KUHNS, EMANUEL LINDLEY — 
Born April 1, 1894, son of Mrs. Grace 
Kuhns, Greensburg, Pa., enlisted in the 
United Slates Navy. He was a sec- 
ratary on an Ocean transport, made 
several trips overseas and was honor- 
ably discharged from service in Dec. 
1918. 



KOUGH. JOHN LAWRENCE — Born 
Jan. 29, 1889, son of Mrs. Minnie S. 
Kough, Greensburg. Pa., entered ser- 
vice March 11, 1918. He went into 
Air Service, was stationed at Roches- 
ter, N. Y".. was ranked as an M. S. E. 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Sept. 21, 1918. 



KUNDECK, EGNATZ— 50 Zeller St. 
Greensburg, born Dec. 25, 1886 enter- 
ed service Oct. 4, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with Company I, 
166th Infantry, 42nd Division. He 
sailed overseas March 10, 1918, was 
slightly gassed, returned to the United 
States in May 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service later that 
month. 



LEONE, RICHARD — Son of Orizia 
and Mary Leone, enlisted July 15, 
1917 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. He was sent to Camp 
Hancock, sailed overseas May 2, 1918, 
was wounded July 30, 1918, returned 
to the United States April 8, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
on the 19th of that month. 



LAYTON, HARRY J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Lay ton, entered ser- 
ivce May 25, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and placed with Base Hos- 
pital No. 113. He transferred to Camp 
Green and Camp Stuart, sailed over- 
seas Aug. 14, 1918, returned July 25, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service July 30, 1919. 



LEBLING, WILLIAM L,— Born 
Sept. 8, 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. 
A. Lebling, 133 Alexander St., Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service in Sept. 
1918. He was sent to Fort Monroe, to 
the Officers' Training School, was at- 
tached to the Heavy Artillery and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
Dec. 1918. 



LEECH. JOHN VERNER — Born 
Feb. 21, 1897, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. 
V, Leech, 524 Sidney St., Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service in June 1917. He 
was sent to Columbus Barracks was 
attached to the Medical Corps and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in June 1919, 



LEONARD. WALTER C. — Born Dec. 
25, 1893, entered service May 8, 1918. 
was sent to Camp Meade and placed 
with Battery A, 310th Field Artillery, 
79th Division. He sailed overseas 
July 14, 1918, was made 1st Lieuten- 
ant, riturned May 26, 1919 auJ was 
honorably discnarge'3 from service June 
4. 1919. 



LIBOTO, KARMON — 125 Madison 
St., Greensburg. Pa., born April 27, 
1892. entered service Aug. 29, 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Green and 
Meade, was attached to the 306 th 
Quartermaster Corps and was honor - 
ablv discharged from service March 10. 
1919. 



LORD, JOHN W. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. W. Lord, enlisted in June 
1917 with 109th Field Hospital, 28th 
Division and was assigned to Camp 
Hancock. He sailed overseas in May 
1918, was in the Meuse- Argonne, 
Marne and other offensives, returned 
to the United States in May 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service later that month. 



LUTES. JAMES W. — Enlisted June 
24, 1916, was sent to Camp Hancock 
and was attached to Company I. 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He went 
overseas May 3, 1918, was cook of his 
outfit, returned to the United States 
May 12. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 23rd of 
that month. 



McADAMS. DANIEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. McAdams. 845 Sidney St., 
Greensburg. entered service Sept. 5, 

1918 and was sent to Camp Greenleaf. 
He was attached to the 56th Engi- 
neers, sailed overseas in Oct. 1918, 
returned to the United States in May 

1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



McCartney, thomas e.— Son of 

Mr. and Mrs. James McCartney, enter- 
ed service May 27. 1918, was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to 8tb 
Motor Company. *He was transferred 
to Camp Hospital No. 53. sailed Nov. 
9. 1918, returned July 17, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the 25th of 
that month. 



McCOLLY. WILBERT M. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McColly, en - 
listed Julv 15. 1917 with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was sent to Camp Hancock, sailed 
overseas May 1, 1918. was commis - 
sioned 1st Lieutenant, returned to the 
United States May 2, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the 22nd of that 
mouth. 



McFEATHERS. CHARLIE PAUT^- 
Son of H. M. and Elsie Mary Mc- 
Feathers, enlisted in June 1909 and 
graduated from the Naval Academy 
at Annapolis in 1913. He was at- 
tached to the Asiatic Navy, was Lieu- 
tenant Commander of the U. S. S. 
Palos and was, at the time of publica- 
tion, still in service. 



McELROY, RICHIBALD SUMMER- 
VILLE — 125 William St., entered ser- 
vice May 10. 1918, was sent to Camp 
Wadsworth, was placed with Company 
I, 54th Infantry, 6th Division. He 
sailed July 6, 1918. returned to the 
United States June 10, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service a 
week later. 



McFEATHERS, JOHN SHAFFER — 
Son of H. M and Mary McFeathers, 
enlisted in Nov. 1917 in the United 
States Navy. He made four trips to 
Cuba while training, then started to 
do transport duty, had several en - 
counters with submarines, was made 
Ensign then Jr. Lieutenant and was 
honorably discharged July 31, 1919. 



McKELVEY. PAUL G.— Born Nov. 
19, 1894, son of A. L. McKelvey, Jack 
St., Greensburg, Pa., enlisted June 12. 
1917, and was sent to Camp Custer. 
He was attached to the V. S. D. B. 
Building No. 228 and was transferred 
to Fort Benjamin Harrison and 
Leavensworth. 



McKENNA, PETER J. — Born July 
3. 1900, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Mc- 
Kenna. 439 Westminister Ave., Greens- 
burg, Pa., enlisted in 1916. He was 
in the Marine Corps, was stationed at 
Quantico, Paris Island and other Ma- 
rine Stations, was made Corporal and 
was, Nov. 1, 1919, still in service. 



McKINNA, MATTHEW P. — Born 
April 6, 1894, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. 
McKinna. enlisted June 15, 1917. He 
was stationed at Freeniont, Calif., at- 
tached to Company A. 320th Field 
Signal Corps, was made Corporal and 
was honorably discharged from ser - 
vice Jan. 25, 1919. 



Mcknight, WILLIAM F.— Born 
May 11, 1898, son of William and 
Mary Alice McKnight, 203 Margaret 
St., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
Aug. 6, 1918. He "was in Camp in 
Pittsburgh. Pa., and died of Influenza. 
Nov. 16. 1918. 



Mcknight. JOHN S.— Bom Sept. Mcknight. LOUIS T.— Born June 

28, 1894, son of Wm. F. and Mary 13, 1893, son of William and Mary 
Alice McKnight, entered service April Alice McKnight. enlisted June 22, 

29, 1918 and was sent to Camp Lee. 1916 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
He was attached to Company K, llOtb 28th Division. He served on the Mexi- 
Infantry, 28th Division and was hon- can Border but was honorably dis- 
orably discharged from service in May charged from service July 24, 1917 on 
1918. account of physical disability. 



McINDOE, RAYMOND W. — Born 
April 2, 1896, son of Thomas Mclndoe, 
entered service Oct. 29, 1917 and was 
sent to Camp Dix. He was placed with 
Company D, 34th Engineers, sailed 
overseas July 9, 1918, returned to the 
United States. July 27. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from s ervice 
Aug. 6, 1919, 



MALLEY, HARRY THOMAS — Born 
Jan. 25. 1896, son of Mrs. George 
Haas, enlisted June 24. 1916 with 
Headquarters Company, 1 10th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. He was made Cor- 
poral, sailed overseas May 10. 1918, 
was wounded in July 1918, returned to 
the United States May 14, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
the next day. 



MARKLE. JOHN RALPH — Born 
May 18, 1890, son of Mrs. E. Markle, 
enlisted Dec. 1, 1917. He went to 
Cam]* Joseph E. Johnson, was attached 
to the Quartermaster Corjis, sailed 
overseas, returned to the United States 
in July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service later that month. 



MAXWELL, CLIFFORD — Ludwick 
and Jefferson St., Greensburg. enlisted 
April 9, 1917 with Company I, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was sent 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed for 
Prance May 3, 1918, was wounded in 
the battle of Sergy, returned to the 
United States May 12. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service May 
23, 1919. 



MILLER, HOMER F. — Born March 
10, 1890, son of William Miller. 211 
Carpenter St.. Greensburg. Pa., enter- 
ed service July 22, 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Lee, was placed with the 
Depot Brigade and was honorably dis- 
charged from military service Aug. 6. 
1918. 



MITINGER, JOSEPH EDWARD, JR. 
— Born Oct. 31, 1897, son of J. E. 
Mitinger, Greensburg. Pa., entered ser- 
vice Sept. 28. 1918. He was in the 
Officers' Training School at Camp 
Zachary Taylor, was placed with the 
44th Field Artillery Train and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
Dec. 1918, 



MOORE, JOHN A. — Enlisted in 
1917 with the 109th Field Hospital, 
28th Division and was assigned to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed overseas 
May 20, 1918, was in the St. Mihiel, 
Mouse- Argonne and other battles; re- 
turned to the United States May 15, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



MURDOCK, D. RAY, M. D. — 600 
E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
listed in Aug. 1917 with Evacuation 
Hospital No. 9 and was stationed at 
Fort Oglethorpe. He sailed overseas in 
Aug., was commissioned Captain, re • 
turned to the United States in July 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



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MURDOCK. JOHN EDGAR— Son of 
Henry C. Murdofk, enlisted May 11, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Meade and 
placed with Company I, 128th Infan- 
try. 3'Jnd Division. He was commis- 
sioi.ed 1st Lievitenant; sailed June 30, 
19] rt. was transferred to Company K, 
316th Infantry, 79th Division, was 
promoted to Captain, returned May 5, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
ten days later. 



MURPHY, JAMES R. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, 308 Oakland 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
in 1917. He was sent to FortLeavens- 
wortli, then Camj) Meade, was attached 
to llie Field Signal Corps, commis- 
sioned 2nd Lieutenant and was honor- 
ably discharged from service in Feb. 
1919. 



NESSLER, LEO — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Nessler, Greensburg, Pa., 
was. before his entry into service, em- 
ployed by the P. R. R.'at Derry. He 
was attached to the United States In- 
fantry and saw service in the Great 
War. 



NEIDER. ANDREW — Born May 20, 
1897, son of Andrew Neider, 1213" Elm 
St., Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
in the Summer of 1917. He was sent 
to Camp Sherman and Fort Thomas, 
was attached to the Infantry and hon- 
orably discharged from service in Feb. 
1919 but re-enlisted in June 1919. 



NELSON. AXEL — Enlisted May 2. 
1917 with Company A, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division and was sent to Camp 
Hancock with that outfit. He sailed 
overseas May 3, 1918. was gassed at Corps and 
the Battle of Chateau Thierry, return- 
ed to the United States Aug. 6. 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service on the 11th of that month. 



OBER. IRWIN J. — Born April 7, 
1878. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oher, 
404 3rd St., Greensburg^ Pa. Entered 
service 



the United States Medical 
was commissioned Captain. 



OVERLY. W. RUSSELL — Born Mav 
19. 1896, son of William F. Overly, 
204 West Newton Ave.. Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service June 5, 1917. He 
was in the United States Navy sta- 
tioned at Newport, was mail clerk and 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
5, 1919. 



OWENS, HARRY S. — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah Owens, entered service Aug. 8, 
1918. He was sent to Camp Wads- 
wortli ; placed with Company A, 56th 
Infantry, sailed overseas Sept. 2, 1918, 
returned to the United States June 
25, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 30th, 1919 with the 
rank of Corporal. 



PADAVONI, ANGELO — Born in 
1893, entered service Feb. 11, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Lee, and placed with 
Company M, 319th Infantry, 80lh Di- 
vision. He sailed overseas March 5, 
1918 and was killed in action Nov. 2, 
1918 by a machine gun bullet. 



PEOPLES, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. C. Peoples, North Main St., 
Greensburg, Pa., entered service in 
Oct. 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at State College and was honorably 
discharged from service in Dec. 1918. 



PULLINGS, THOMAS — Born Jan. 
29, 1889, son of James and Ann Pul- 
lings, 319 Brushton Ave., Greensburg, 
Pa., entered service in May 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Meade, placed with 
the 14th Company. 154th Depot 
Brigade and was honorably discharged 
from service in Dec. 1918. 



ROSS, HENRY— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Peter Ross, Cambridge, O., en- 
tered service July 6, 1917, was sent to 
Camp Lee, and placed with Company 
47. 319th Machine Gun Battalion, 3rd 
Division. He sailed overseas Aug. 6, 
1917. returned to the United States 
July 6, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 12th of 
that month. 



ROYER, F. W. — Greensburg, Pa., 
enlisted in the United States Service 
and was commissioned 1st Lieutenant 
in ihe Ordnance Department, Nov. 14, 
1917. He was attached to the Ex- 
plosive Section Gun Division, at Wash- 
ington, D. C, was transferred to 
Aberdeen Proving Grounds and was 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
14. 1919. 



RAY, ROBERT M. — 244 Hamilton 
St., Greensburg, Pa., son of Henry 
Ray, Huntington, W. Va., entered ser- 
vice Oct. 27, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with Company A, 505th 
Engineers. He sailed overseas Dec. 
13, 1917, returned to the United 
States Aug. 3, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Aug. 12, 
1919. 



RIEHL. GRAHAM — Son of George 
and Sarah Riehl, 340 Locust St., 
Greensburg, Pa., entered service May 
27, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf then Crane, was attached to 
Camp Hospital No. 68, sailed over- 
seas in Aug. 1918. returned to the 
United States in July 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 29th of that month. 



RILEY, WILLIAM J. — Born July 2, 
1894, son of John and Bridget Riley, 
544 Georgo St., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
tered service Aug. 2, 1917, went to 
Kelly Field and was attached to 464th 
Aero Squadron. He sailed overseas Oct. 
13, 1918, returned to the United States 
May 3, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service ten days later. 



ROBBINS, EDWARD EVERETT, ROWE, PAUL E. — Born May 30, 

JR., — Born Dec. 4, 1898, son of Mrs. 1892, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowe, 

Edward E. Bobbins, enlisted Nov. 6, Greensburg, Pa. He entered service 

1918 in the Oflficers Training School in 1918 and was honorably discharged 

at Camp Taylor. He was honorably from service after the signing of the 

discharged from military service in Armistice. 
Dec. 1918. 



ROBERTSON, WILLIAM H. — Born RUPFNER, CLARA MAUD — A 
Aug. 11, 1895, son of Mr. and Mrs. graduate of the West Penn Hospital, 
Joseph K. Robertson, 114 Alexander Pittsburgh, Pa., enlisted June 1, 1918 



St.. Greensburg, Pa. Entered service 
and was attached to the Medical Corps, 
l.e was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice the early part of 1919. 



in Red Cross Service and volunteered 
to do either home or foreign nursing. 
She was stationed at the Magee Mem- 
orial during the Influenza Epidemic 
and was honorably discharged from 
service after the Armistice was signed. 



SARVER, WALDO — Born Sept. 15, 
1894, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sar- 
ver, Greensburg, Pa., entered service 
Oct. 4 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Lee and placed with Company B, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. He sailed 
overseas May 18, 1918, returned to the 
United States May 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
June 8, 1919. 



SABATINE, MIKE — 144 Bierer St., 
Greensburg, enlisted in Oct. 1915 with 
the Italian Army. He was attached 
to the 18 th Infantry was taken 
prisoner by the Austrians, while in a 
hospital. 



SALLEY, SAMUEL V. — Born July 
26, 1893, son of Sam and Ellen Salley, 
1003 Broad St., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
tered service June 7, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Mc Arthur and placed 
with Battery D. 65th Heavy Artillery. 
He sailed overseas in Feb. 1918, re- 
turned to the United States Jan. 27, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
Trom service Feb. 26, 1919. 



SEANOR, ADAM C— Born Aug. 5. 
1895, son of Mr. and Mrs George 
Seanor, 115 Westminister Ave.. Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service in Dec. 
1917. He was in Aviation Service, 
went to San Antonio, was attached to 
the 3rd Aero Depot and was honorably 
discharged from service Jan. 31, 1919. 



SEILER, HOBART — Born Sept. 7, 
1896. son of Mrs. Emilia Seller, Harri- 
son Ave., Greensburg, Pa., enlisted 
Dec. 14. 1917. He was in the Ord- 
nance Department, was stationed at 
Camp Dix; was made Quartermaster 
Sergeant and was honorably discharged 
from service April 19, 1919. 



SHETLER, ROY O.— Born Sept. 22, 
1898, son of Frank E. Shetler, 127 
William St., Greensburg, Pa., entered 
service Jan. 27, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Hancock, placed with Company 
A, 3rd Ammunition Train, 3rd Divi- 
sion, sailed overseas April 2, 1918, 
was slightly gassed, returned to the 
United States March 24, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
April 8, 1919. 



SHRADER, JOHN — 719 Oakland 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harry Shrader of Hufftown, Pa., 
entered service in May 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Sherman, was placed 
with Company D, United States In- 
fantry and was honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 5, 1918. 



SIMPSON, CLARK C— Born Aug. 
5, 1890, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 
Simpson, Greensburg, Pa., entered ser- 
vice April 29, 1918, was sent to Camp 
and placed with Company B 145th In- 
fantry, 37th Division. He sailed for 
France June 15, 1918, returned to 
the United States March 27, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice April 19, 1919. 



SALE. NORMAN R. — Born Jan. 19. 
1 897. son of L. M. and Emma D. 
Smii'e. 632 North Pennsylvania Ave., 
Greensburg, Pa. Entered service in 
Aug. 1918. was sent to Camp Lee and 
honorably discharged from service in 
Sept. 1918. 



SMUCKER. AVILLIAM MAURER — 
Bora Jan. 3, 1890. son of Charles H. 
and Elnora M. Smucker. of Friedens, 
Somerset Co., Pa., entered service 
Sept. 27, 1917. He was sent to Camp 
Lee ; attached to Company A, 320th 
Infantry, 80 th Division, was made 
Mess Sergeant, sailed overseas May 18. 
1918 and was killed in action in the 
Argonne Forest. 



STEIMER, MORAND — Born Dec. 
23, 1889, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
Steimer, 11th St.. Heaver Falls, Pa., 
entered service May 27, 1918. He 
was sent to Fort (>glethorpe attached 
to the Medical Corps, transferred to 
Camp Crane ; went overseas in Sept. 
1918 and died in a United States 
Hospital, Trives, Germany, of pneu- 
monia. 



STEIN, MARY NEIL — 425 West 
Newton. Pa., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Stein, Hermine, Pa., enlisted as a Red 
Cross Nurse, Sept. 25, 1918. She was 
stationed at Camp Devens ; went over- 
seas Oct. 30 1918, returned to the 
United States May 10, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service May 
14, 1919. 



STOPPAL, WALTER — Born Oct. 
23. 1896, son of Mrs. George Bermont, 
530 Euclid Ave., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
tered service in May 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Dix. placed with the 
medical Corps and honorably dis- 
charged from service in 1919. 



STRAND, RENUS— Welty Apart- 
ments, E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg. 
Pa., son of Mrs. Carrie Strand, Niagara 
Falls. N. Y., entered service Dec. 15, 
1917. Ho was in the OlTicers' Train- 
ing School at Cornell, then went to 
Raleigh, N. C, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Nov. 29. 1918. 

STAUFFER, JOHN W*ILLIAM — Of 
Greensburg, Pa., entered the United 
States Army and saw service in the 
Great War. 



TEETERS. KENNETH ELDWOOD 
— Son of J. C. and Agnes Teeters, 618 
North Pennsylvania Ave.. Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted in Feb. 1911 with Com- 
jiany I. 11th Infaiitry. 28th Division. 
He sailed overseas May 3, 1918, re 
turned to the United States in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 



THOMAS, DONALD — Born Nov. 22. 

1892, son of Mrs. Emma Anshutii, 120 
West 2nd St., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
tered service and was sent to Camp 
Lee. He was attached to Company 
A, 320th Infantry. SOth Division, 
sailed overseas, returned to the United 
States March 30, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service later with 
the rank of Corporal. 



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THOMPSON. HOMER STEWART — 
Born in Sept. 1889, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Thompson, 508 West 
Otterman St., Greensburg, Pa., entered 
service Ai>ril 5, 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Lee, sailed overseas May IS, 
1918, returned to the United States 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service June 10, 1919. 



TORTORA, CELESTINO — Greens - 
burg, Pa., born May 17, 1890, entered 
service Aug. 29, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee and' iilaced witli Company 
F, 8th Battalion. He sailed overseas 
Oct. 27, 1918. returned to the United 
States Feb. 11, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service March 3, 
1919. 



TROUT, FRANK M. — Born June 9, 
1896, son of Lincoln and Mary Trout, 
entered service May 27, 1918, was sent 
to Fort Oglethorpe and placed with 
Ambulance Company No. 27, 3rd Divi- 
sion. He sailed overseas in Aug. 1918, 
leturned to the United States and w^.s 
honorably discharged from service Aug. 
25, 1919. 



UTZ, ALBERT JOHN— Born Oct. 
26. 1890. son of Fred Utz, Angle Si , 
Pittsburgh, Pa., entered service Sept. 
21, 1917 and was sent to Camp Lee. 
He was attached to the 320th Machine 
Gun Company, 80 th Division, was 
made Sergeant and was honorably dis- 
charged from service March 15, 1919. 



WALLE. JOE C. — Bovard, Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service July 4, 1917, 
was sent to Camp Sherman and placed 
with Company B, 11 4th Engineers. 
37th Division. He was honorably dis- 
charged from service Nov. 23, 1918. 



WALSH, EDWARD — Born Feb. 26, 
1890, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. 
Walsh, 542 West Otterman St., 
Greensburg. Pa., entered service Sept. 
5. 1918. He was sent to Camp Green- 
leaf, placed with the medical corps of 
Motor Company No. 7 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Oct. 20, 
1918. 



WALTHOUR. JOHN C. — Born April 
26, 1892, son of Elizabeth A. Wal- 
thour, 120 Division St.. Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted in June 1916, was sent 
to Fort Benjamin Harrison and placed 
with the 107th Field Artillery. He 
sailed for France in May 1918, re- 
turned to the United States in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
irom service later that month. 



WARD, ALBERT — 314 Madison St., 
Greensburg. Pa., entered service Oct. 
27, 1917, went to Camp Lee and was 
attached to Comi>any A, 50th Engi- 
neers. He sailed overseas in Nov. 
1917, was in a number of important 
battles, returned to the United States 
June 1, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 5th of 
that month. 



WATKINSON, ELLIS — Born May 
5. 1891, son of John Watkinson, 317 
Oakland Ave., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
listed April 29, 1918 with the Cana- 
dian Engineers. He sailed overseas 
July 4, 1918, returned to Canada July 
2, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service the next day. 



WATKINSON, WILFRED— Born 

March 19, 1893, son of John Watkin- 
son, 317 Oakland Ave., Greensburg, 
Pa., enlisted Aug. 30, 1917 with the 
43rd Canadian Highlanders. He sailed 
overseas March 19, 1918 and was 
killed in action Oct. 12, 1918. 



WATKINSON, HARRY— Born Dec. 
1, 1888. son of John Watkinson, 317 
Oakland Ave., Greensburg, Pa., en- 
listed in Dec. 1915, in the Canadian 
Artillery. He was stationed in Eng- 
land for a while and sailed to France 
May 15 1916, returned to Canada 
April 5, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service later that month. 



WELTY. MORRIS D. — Son of 
Richard and Emma Welty, went to 
West Point in 1906 and graduated 
from there in 1910, was sent to Camp 
Lewis and was commissioned Major. 
He sailed overseas in Sept. 1918, was 
attached to General Headquarters, was 
promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, re - 
turned to the United States in Sept. 
1919 and was Nov. 1, 1919 still in 
service. 



WILCOX, CHARLES R. — Born Dec. WILLIS, WILLIAM THOMAS — 
8, 1896, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Born Nov. 11. 1896. son of Mr. and 
Wilcox, 630 East Pittsburgh St., en- Mrs. G. T. Willis. Westminister. S. C 
tered service Sept. 4, 1918. He went entered service Aug. 29, 1918. He 
to Camp Forrest; was attached to went to Camp Lee, was attached to the 
Company C, 124th Engineers and was 155th Depot Brigade and was honor- 
honorably discharged from service ablv discharged from service in Sept. 
Jan. 20, 1919. 1918. 



WRIGHT. CLARENCE DEWEY^ 
Born Dec. 23, 1898. son of E. H. and 
Martha Wright. 215 Vine St., Greens- 
burg, Pa., entered service in April 
1917. He was first in the Coast De- 
fense Corps, transferred to Company 
H, 28th Division, was at Syracuse, N. 
Y., and honorably discharged from ser- 
vice in Jan. 1919. 



ZIMMERMAN. THEODORE J. — En- 
listed Dec. 15, 1917 in the United 
States Navy. He was stationed at the 
Philadelphia Navy Yards. Was on 
board the U. S. S. Pacific. Made sev- 
eral trips overseas and was honorably 
discharged from service April 7, 1919. 




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Ounpiuiy M M llu* oM "iMKliliiiK 'Icnih" w.is niolti- 
Ii/.C(1 ill M<Jzail ll;il!. I^Uinhlc, l';i. nit July 15. 1017. ami 
imnii'dialcly t'slaltlislicd :i camp at Oic alhlctic park. 
Tlic local hcatl(|uarlcis was nainoil (."amp Anderson ami 
was inaiiUaincd uiilil the luj-aniralinii cnhaincd for Camp 
Hancock, Annusla, llooinia. on September 7. 1917. The 
company aviived at t'anip Hancock on Septcmlwr loth 
and shortly atlerwavds the renn>ylvania National Cmard 
\vas reoiKani/ed as (he Twenty eiKhlh army division ami 
Hivcn the new standard of company and regimental nmn- 
hcrs. The Tenth and Third lejiimenis were inerjied into 
the One Hundred Tenth, under command of Lieut. Col. 
Henry Coulter and. later. Col. Ciein^ Kemp. 

The orj^anization left Camp Hancock on April 2^, 
1918, and entrained for Camp Merritt. After a few- 



days (tt Mrennous acllvily at Camp Merritt, followc<I by 
a strict iiispeciiuii of all e<|uipmeiit. the oullil sailed from 
New York on the Hritish s1eani>hip "Ausonia" on May 
Jiul ami l;inde<l at !.iver]«nil on May i6th. The next 
ilay. the cnnip.iiiy cn^ssed the I'hanncI and set foot on 
rrench soil at Cakiis and tiMnpany M went into train- 
ing with the 34lh ltriti>h Division on the Flanders front. 

The Twinly-cighth Division was engaged in the Oiani- 
|»apne-Marne defensive; the Aisnc-Manic oiTcnsivc; tlic 
i-'isnics >cctor ; the ( >isc- Aisne offensive ; the Mcusc- 
Arpi^nuc oiTensive, and the Thiacourt sector. Its total 
casualties were t5,-J,vv ranking first among all national 
guard divi>ions and «>nly excecdeil in the entire Ameri- 
can anu> ly the I'irst and Second Divisions of regulars. 
The divi^ien was six times mentioned by the command- 



ing general of the Sixth French amiy of which it was a 
part, and once by (icrieral Mangin of the Tenth French 
anny. It was first cited by t^eneral I'er>hing on August 
28, 191S, ami at divers limes thereafter by its American 
corps and anny commanders. 

Company M reached St. Xazairc on April 19, 1919 
and was assignc<l to the U. S. S. Santa Olivia, sjiiling 
from there on April j8th and landing at Philadelphia on 
May I ith. The divi>ion went to Camp Dix, New Jersey, 
for demobihzation. returning m Philadelphia May Ijlh 
for a tmal para<le and review. 'The men were officially 
discharged from scnice May 2J, 1919, twcnly-two 
mnnth.s frnm the lime of muster at Latroh«. 

The roster of Company M at the lime the organiz-i- 
tion Icfl Latrobc, September 7, 1917, follows: 



Caplain 

Ml Lieut 

./nd Lieut 

Supi'ly Scrncint 
Melt Scrfcf^inl . . 
Seriieanl . 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 



Allx-n O. Kit)K. 
. ., .Murihal S. Harron 

I>ana K. Bo>»;irl 

......George II. Dunn 

Joicph II Elliii 

...Frank F,. MtMiilion 

Hobert McGowcn 

Roup W. Robbini 

Wm. J. Hillman 

Fred, G. Batei 

Emil LttniUiuht 

Richard RiifK* 





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CoiiHirals-ClarLiicc V.. Hall, Rayuioiul J. Liridgc. Wilfred 
Hrinc, Clarence M. Mack, Neal W I'liilippi, George J. 
Hyei-ly. Curl J. Clark, Alex. F. Gray. Janu-s S. Gallagher, 
Kussd B. Mowry, Alex. II. Liin(Uniist, Waller A. SaliiiBcr, 
John M. Deeds, GcorBC A. Foster, 'lurney A. Garland, Wni. 
II. Ihnnes, J. Clyde TillerinKton, John A. Falora. 

First Class Privates— Paul R. Amend, George D. Ambrose, 
Saunicl J. Austin, Sidney Blanch, Wni. L, Brownfiild, John 
C. Caroy, Chas. F„ Fvcrly, Thomas U. F.wing. \'crnon J. 
Foster, George C. Hancock, George J. nart£ill, John 
Juhasz. Clarence R Laughlin, Stcplien Mclnchok, James C- 
McKlveen, Frank P. Nicholson, George F. Norris. Steven 
Petrovic, Wilbert !■', Qncar, Michael Sabota, Michael Serena, 
FuKcnc \V. Showaltcr, Edw. C. Stemmler, Roy L. Syster, 
Arlluir C. TvUord, Karl M. truxal. John W. Yohe, Lester 
A. Wincman, Meade G. Wilhrow. 



Privates— William P. Adams, Glen A. Amend, Albert O. Bolin- 
gcr, Charles J. Brinker, Charles J. Brown, Benj. F. Bycrs, 
Alvin Campbell, Eugene Cassidy, Frank Cornelius, John 
Crap, James R. Cunmiings, Ernest P. Damasky, Antonio 
Dc Maio, Arthur L. lOverett, John A. Featherson, Charles 
J. Fritz, Lawrence P. Fritz, Denver George, Ronald E. Gib- 
son, Roy Gillot, William Gorski, John Green, Robert K 
Green, Lawrence J. Griffin, Paul H. Hamill, John M. Har- 
rold, Chas. J. Mayden, George H. Heacox, Walter J. Hen- 
derson, James nines, Charles R, Holden. Emmctt G. Hoyt. 
Samuel F. Hull, Wm. H. Hull, Robert L Igo, George Jen- 
kins, Frank D. Johnston, George Knott. Raymond L,arimer, 
James H. Lamed, John Lazur, Frank J. Levendosk>', Thos, 
H. Little, Klmcr C. Lauglnier. George Marusak, Alexander 
May, John R. McCallen. Patrick J. McClain. Carl L. Mc- 
Kelvey, Robt. E. McManamy, Ray C. Mewhcrtcr, Floyd 



Minick, Judd C. .Monyar, Elmer E. Monticnc, Charles J. 
Moody, Robert D. Mowry, John B. Nacc, Wm. S. OVcr, 
John C. ORourke, Ralph K. Phillippi, Anthony A. Price, 
John Pullings, John A. Pundai, John J. Pundai, Chester R. 
Ramsey, George W. Richards. John A. Roble, Geo. /W. 
Saners, Louis SIioup, I^uis B. Showers, Guido Sirocin', 
Joseph L. Skelly. James E. Smiley, Blair W. Smith, Fr^nk 
M. Snyder, Jacob G. Stiuibbs, Edward Stiffey, I-awrenct I. 
Stom, Andy J. Terifay, William Tosh, John L. Werticr, 
Cyrus C. Withrow, Martin Zabkour, Fernando ^ann^tti, 
Charles G. Zimmerman. 1 

Mechanic Wilford C. Hanger, 

Bugler William S, Musick 

Cooks— Roy C. Chambtrlain. Lawrence G. Flowers, Chas. P. 
March. 



Ihiassigned and altaclud lu Company M.— Men! J. Clark, Arch 
V. Downey. Charles E. Fillmore, Havid J. Grecnawall, I'atil 

T. Henderson, Hilary E. Showaltcr,. 

Reservist Cyril J. Schrack. 

Assigned to Machine (\\\\\ Company Rainbow Division— 

.Second Lieutenant D.ina E. Bos.sarl. 

Sergeant Arthur Parks. 

Private Harry A. Keltz. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company Tenth Regiment- 
Lieut Thomas B. Crawford. 

Assigned to Supply Company, loth Regiment— 
William N. Hays. 



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Chapter IL 



Latrobe District. The pictures and military biographies 
shown in this chapter are those of service men from 
Latrobe, Youngstown, Baggley, Bcatty, Hostetter, 
Kingston, Loyalhanna, Lloydsville, Marguerite, Pleasant 
Unity, Snydertown, Whitney, Lycippus, Mutual and 
Traugcr. 



During the nineteen months of the war, the people living in 
the Latrobe district fulfilled every patriotic duty. The calls for 
men or money were always filled. Many of the young men from 
this district enlisted and left home as members of Company "M" 
of the One Hundred Tenth Lifantry and the Selective Service 
Board located at Latrobe handled a large number of special 
inductions for registered men from Latrobe and surrounding 
towns. 

The Red Ckoss chapter played an important part in the home 
work of the district, just as it did throughout the county and 
nation. Organized early in the war, the loyal members rolled 
up a record of which any community might well be proud. In 
amount of finished articles of comfort and service to the men 
across the seas, the Red Cross workers of this district stood 
among the first. The headquarters of the chapter were in the 
city hall, with an office on the first floor and work rooms on the 
second floor. As the work progressed, rooms were secured in 
the first ward public school building and in the high school 
building. In addition to this, the entire third floor of the Mens' 
Club was also turned over for Red Cross work. The guiding 
hands of the chapter were Thos. M. Whiteman and G. E. 
Anderson, chairmen; Mrs. Jno. M. Howard, vice chairman; 
Josephine Barnett and Mrs. Isabel C. Donnley, secretaries; Ralph 
Conrad and Joseph A. Cesare, treasurers. The Executive Com- 
mittee were Mrs. Thos. B. Anderson, chairman ; Mrs. C. D. 
Fuller, vice chairman ; Mrs. J. Z. Hughes, Mrs. Emma Breanon, 
Mrs. J. E. Heck, G. E. Anderson, Miss Alice Loder and Miss 
Mary P. Howard. The officers of the Home Service Depart- 
ment were Roy C. McKenna, chairman; Mary P. Howard, sec- 
retary; Rev. Father James Healy, Frank Garrett, John Woods, 
Mrs. W. Saxman, Mrs. Ellen Harkness, Mrs. Isabel Donnley. 
Junior Red Cross: Mrs. Anna Ulerich, chairman; Mary P. 
Howard, secretary ; Russell Sipe, treasurer ; Miss Irene Blank 
and Prof. R. W. Steele. The chapter is credited with producing 
16,446 finished garments, 18,311 knitted articles and 32,958 
surgical dressings. 



The Liberty Lo.\ns were, in each instance, oversubscribed. 
The campaigns were conducted under the leadership of I. W. 
Shallenberger and Joseph E. Barnett. The amourtts credited to 
Latrobe are as follows: First loan, $345,500; Second loan, 
$998,200; Third loan, $1,055,700; Fourth loan, $1,574,350; Fifth 
loan, $951,000. The Women's Liberty Loan Committee for this 
distrnct was in charge of the following chairmen : Mrs. F. M. 
Robb, Mrs. Henry Huffman, Mrs. W. C. Keck, Miss Carrie 
Schell, Mrs. T. M. Bigley, Mrs. George Eustis, Miss Belle Patton 
and Mrs. M. Quinn. In Pleasant Unity, the Liberty Loan drives 
were directed by J. B. Walter and Mrs. John P. Chambers with 
the following results: Second loan, $92,150; Third loan, $140,550; 
Fourth loan, $142,900; Fifth loan, $58,000. 

The amount raised in the first Y. M. C. A. drive for war 
work was $10,866.80, the quota assigned being $5,000. In the 
United War Work Campaign the quota was $40,000 and the 
amount subscribed was $67,665,32. In the drive for war work 
funds for the Salvation Army, the amount subscribed was 
$3>38o,3i. Mr. Jos. T. Hughes was the leading spirit in these 
special appeals for money with which to conduct welfare work 
during the war. 

The Four Minute Men were as follows: Latrobe — Thomas 
F. Whiteman, chairman ; Rev. H. N. Cameron, Rev. R. C. Betts, 
Rev. George C. Fisher, Dr. L. C. Thomas, R. M. Steele, J. W. 
McFadyen, Senator J. B. Weaver and Dr. S. W. Nealon. In 
Pleasant Unity, John Grcss was chairman of the Four Minute 
Men. 

The Selective Service Board for Division No. 5 for Wes:- 
moreland County had headquarters in the High School building 
at Latrobe. Dr. J. W. Blair was chairman and L. B. Weller 
and J. R. Campbell were members of the board. Mr. Campbell 
also acted as chief clerk. James B. Weaver was the government 
appeal agent and the Legal Advisory Board was composed of 
James B. Weaver, John W. McFadyen and John S. Lightcap. 



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ABI3AT1CCH10. DR. NICHOLAS- 
Son of Mr. Archaagelo Abbatiechio. 



ACKERMAN, FRANK — Son of 
James Ackerman. Entered service Sept. 



Enlisted Aug. 3, 1917, was assigned 5, 1918, was assigned to Camp Green- 



to Camp Greenieaf and later Camp 
Wheeler. Was attached to the Medi • 



leaf, later Merritt. Attached to the 
Medical Dei)artment of the Base Hos- 



cal Corps. Captain Abbaticchio was pital. He is still in service in Camp 
honorably discharged Jan. 1, 1919. Merritt. 



ADAMCYK, MARTIN— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Anthony Adamcyk. Enlisted 
Jan. 12, 1918, was assigned to Kelley 
Field. Texas. Attached to the First 
Aero Squadron. Went overseas June 
30, 1918, was in the battles of Toul 
Sector, Meuse - Argonne and Chateau 
Thierry, returned Aug. 1, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Aug. 9, 
1919. 



ADAMCYK, THEODORE — Son of 
Mr. Anthony Adamcyk. Entered the 
service Sept. 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and later to Gordon and 
Merrit and was attached to Company 
1. 327th Infantry, 82nd Division. 
Went overseas May 5, 1918, was in 
the battles of Meuse- Argonne, St. 
Mihiel and Morbach drive, was wound- 
ed Oct. 8, 1918, returned June 10, 
1919 and was honorably discharged the 
sanii' iiHuith. 




ADAMS, WALTER — Was born June 
10, 1899 and is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. Adams of 105 Unity St.. La- 




ADAMS. WILLIAM P. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Alex Adams. Enlisted June 
1, 1917, was assigned to Camp Han- 



trobe. Pa. He enlisted in 1916. was cock. Attached to Company M, 110th 
assigned to Camp Fordyce and was Infantry, 28th Division. Went over- 



attached to the 4th Cavalry, Troop E. 
He is still in the service. 



seas May 3, 1918, was in the Battle 
of Marne, was wounded in the left 
leg, returned March 25, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged April 10, 1919. 





ADAMS, CHARLES McCLELLAND 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Adams. 
Entered service Aug. 8, 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Wads worth. At- 
tached to the 56th Infantry of 
Pioneers. Sailed Sept. 4, 1918, was 
in the battle of Meuse -Argonne, re- 
turned- June 25, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 30, 1919. 



ALBERT, DAVID E. — Was born 
Oct. 10, 1900. Son of Mrs. Emma Al- 
bert of 1209 Ligonier St., Latrobe, Pa. 
He enlisted in the S. A. T. C. and was 
assigned to State College, Pa. Was 
honorably discharged Dec. 18, 1918. 




ALBERT, JAMES PAUL — Son of 
Mrs. Emma Albert. Enlisted June 7. 

1917, was assigned to Camp Custer, 
Mich. Attached to the 310th F. S. 
Bn., Medical Detachment. He was 1st 
Class Sergeant, went oveiseas Jnlv 22, 

1918, returned Ju'y 13, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 20, 1919. 




ALBERT, ROBERT R.— Son of Mrs. 
Emma Albert. He enlisted June 6, 
1917, was assigned to State College, 
later transferred to Peg Point, New ■ 
port News, Va. Attached to the Ord- 
nance Dept. Sergeant Albert received 
an honorable discharge Dec. 12, 1918. 




ALTMAN, IRA W.— Son of Mr. Ed- 
win Altman. He entered service July 
30, 1918, was assigned to Camp Mills 
and was attached to the 334th Infan- 
try, 4th Provision Battalion. He was 
Top Sergeant, and was honorably dis ■ 
charged Jan. 8, 1919. 




ALTMAN, ORLANDO E.— Son of 
Mr. Edwin Altman. He enlisted July 
15, 1917 in the Navy and was assigned 
to ihe U. S. S. Gregory, later the 
Raditzsky S. C. 215. He went over- 
seas Aug. 25. 1918, was in the Dur- 
azzio Raid Oct. 5, 1918, returned July 
31, :.919 and was honorably discharged 
Aug. 1, 1919. 



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AMEND, PAUL K.— Son of Mr. an.: AMER, STEPHEN — Born IVOj. Us, 

Mrs H- G. Amend. He enlisted 1916. 1889, son of Michael Amer. Entered 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, and service July 21, 1918 and was as- 
was attached to Company M, 110th signed to Camp Lee, where he served 
Infantry, 28th Division. He went until his discharge in Aug. 1918. 
overseas May 3, 1918, was in the 
battles of Chateau Thierry and Vesle, 
was slightly gassed, returned March 
19, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 8, 1019. 



AXTONli.i, MAKZIALI — P.urii ASI1I;.VUG1I. HMEET— Sun »i Mr. 
March 28, 1889, and is the sou of and Mrs. William Ashbaugh. He en- 
Mike Antonio. He entered service May listed in the army, was assigned to 
25, 1918, was assigned to Camp Cam]> Lee and was attached to the 
Greenieaf and was attached to the 601st Engineers. Went overseas May 



Medical Corps. Private Antonio was 
honorably discharged Jan. 24, 1919. 



1918. returned June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged July 3, 1919. 



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ASHHAITtH. JAMES— Sou of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Ashbaugh of La - 
trobe. Pa. He enlisted in 1917, was 
assigned to Hampton Roads and wns 
attached to the Medical Corps. Was 
honorably discharged July 1919. 



ASHBAUGH. PHILIP — Son of Mr. 
i.nd Mrs. William Ashbaugh. He en- 
tered servi<-e 1918, was assigned to 
New])ort News and was attached to the 
Naval Reserve. Seaman Ashbaugh. is 
still in the Service. 



AUKERMAN, IRA — Son of David 
Aukerman, entered service Feb. 23, 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to the 3ii0th Infantry. Went 
overseas June 28, 1918, returned July 
6, 1919 and honorably discharged July 
11, 1919. 



AUKERMAN. GEORGE — Son of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Aukerman. entered ser- 
vice July 23, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
C, 105th Depot Brigade. He was hon- 
orably discharged Jan, 4, 1919. 







AUSTRAW. GRANT A. — Son of Mr. 
John W. Austraw. Enlisted Sept. 23, 
1917. was assigned to Camp Lee. later 
to Gordon, Mills and Dix. Attached 
to Company A, 307th Engineers Corjis. 
Sailed Ma"y 27, 1918. was in the 
battles of Morbach, St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne. Returned May 9, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



AZBE. FRANK JOSEPH — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Azbe, Latrobe, 
Pa. He entered the service 1918, w^as 
assigned to Camp Lee and was at- 
tached to the 137th Engineers. He 
went overseas Sei)t. 1918 and is still 
in service over there. 



BAKER. WALTER I. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. W. Baker. He entered 
service April 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee. later to Merrit and Dix. 
Attached to 315th Field Artillery, Bat- 
tery P. Sailed May 24, 1918, was in 
the battles of Meuse - Argoune, re - 
turned April 25, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged 1919 at Dix, 



BALDRIDGE. JOHN R.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baldridge of 
Latrobe, Pa. He enlisted in the Navy 
May 5, 1918, as an Ensign and was 
honorably discharged Dec. 24, 1918. 




BALDRIDGE. JOSEPH E. — Sua ul 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baldridge. He 
entered service Sept. 20, 1918, was as- 
signed to the Pitt University. At- 
tached to the S. A. T. C. and Medical 
Corps. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 2, 1919, 



LALDUllHlL, TIUt.MA.S M. -.Sun oi 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baldridge of 
Latrobe, Pa. He entered the service 
March 15, 1918, was assigned to 
Kelley Field, Texas. Attached to the 
Aerial Service. Was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 18, 1919. 



LAIR. CLYDE G.- -Suu uf Mr. 
Henry Bair. He entered service May 
4, 1918. was assigned to Paris Is- 
land. Was attached to the Marine 
Corjis. Corporal Bair went overseas 
Aug. 13, 1918, was in the battles of 
Meuse- Argonne and with the Army of 
Occupation. He returned Aug. 3, 1919 
and was honorably discharged Aug. 13, 
1919. 



BAKKETT. UEGLS— .Sou uf Mr. uud 
Mrs. Thomas Barrett, entered the ser- 
vice June 1, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Taylor, was attached to 28th Regiment. 
1st Division, as Chajilain. Was made 
Captain May 18, 1919 and is still in 
service. 





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BARROX, MAKCHALL S. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. B.nrron. He en- 
list* d 1912. was assigned to Camji 
HaiK-oik. Attached to Co. M, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He was 1st 
Lieutenant, went overseas May 3rd, 
1918. was wounded in the battle of 
Marne on -Tuly .30. Returned Oct. 2, 
1918, and was honorably discharged 
Aug. 26. 1919. 



HARTO. LOUIS D.— Son of Mrs. 
Charles Barto. Enlisted Feb. 25, 
1918. Sent to Camp Lee. Was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 23, 1918. 



liAS.-^KTT Br;ATRK'K K. — Daugh- BATES, FRED G. — Son of Mr. Al- 

ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. ,1. Bassett. She bert T. Bates. Enlisted June 21, 1916, 

entered service Se|.t. 17, 1918, at La- was assigned to Camp Hancock. At- 

trobe, was assigned to Camp Merritt tached to Company M, 110th Iu|antry, 

and was attached to the Army Nurse '^■^''- ^" -- 



Corps. She was chief Nurse at Camp 
Sevier, and was honorably discharged 
May 22, 1919 at Camp Sevier. 



_Sth Division. \\'ent overseas May 3, 
1918, was in the battle of Meuse-Ar- 
gonne. was wounded by shrapnel and 
was shell -shocked. He returned May 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 



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BATES. AVALTER S. — Son of Eu- 
gene Bates. He entered service June 
9, 1917. Assigned to Camp Matter- 



BATES, FRANK L.— Son of Mr. 
Eugene Bates. Enlisted Sept. 1916, 
was assigned to Newport, R. I., at- 



ton and later Dix, and was attached tached to the Navy. He was on board 
to the Ordnance Dept. Sergeant Bates the U. S. S. Rhode Island and U. S. S. 
went overseas Aug. 4, 1917, returned Arkansas. He went overseas Sept. 



Mav 5, 2 919 and was nonorably dis- 
charged May 28, 1919. 



1917. returned Dec. 1919. 



BAUGHMAN, HARRY— Son of 
Daniel Baughman, entered service July 
20, 1918, was sent to Gettysburg and 
placed with the 4th Infantry. He 
sailed in Dec. 1917. was in most of the 
large battles, including the Argonne 
offensive and St. Mihiel, returned Aug. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 29th of that month. 



BAUM, ELMER — Son of Mrs. Fer- 
nica Baum. entered service in 1917, 
was assigned to the Navy Yards at 
Boston and attached to the Marines. 
Went overseas in the Spring of 1918 
and re -enlisted. 








BEATTY. WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Archie Beatty. Enlisted 
June 1918. Attached to ship Cape 
Mav. Was honorably discharged Dec. 
29, 1918. 



BEATTY, JOHN L. — Son of John H. 
Beatty, entered service June 24, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Dinna Key, Fla., 
was attached to the Naval Aviation. 
He holds the rank of Chief Q. M. and 
is still in service. 



BEATTY, CHARLES A. — Son of BECK. JOHN S. — Son of Charles E. 

Mr. John H. Beatty, entered service Beck, entered service July 1918 with 

Feb. 12, 1918, assigned to Camp Lee the Navy, was sent to Washington. D. 

and attached to Company B, 313th C, and served as third class gunners' 

Machine Gun Battalion. 80th Division, mate, was honorably discharged from 

Went overseas May 24, 1918, returned service in Dec. 1918. 
Feb. 14, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged March 1, 1919. 







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BEXXETT, PAUL — Was born Feb. 
24, 1899. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 
Bennett of Latrobe, Pa. Enlisted in 
the Marines, was assigned to Paris 
Island and was attached to the 51st 
Company of U. S. Marines. He is 
still in the service. 



BEKEXBROK, EDWARD— Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berenbrok. He 
enlisted May 19, 1919 with the 546th 
M. S. C. and was assigned to Camps 
Meade, Dodge and Columbus Barracks. 
Went overseas June 2, 1919 and is 
still in the service. 



l;KKEXHROK, GEORGE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bereuljrok. He 
enlisted Sept. 22, 1917 and was as- 
signed to Camp Lee, Camp Gordon and 
Camp Upton, was attached to Co. K, 
326th Infantry, 82nd Division. Went 
overseas April 27, 1918, was in several 
battles and was killed in action Aug. 
4, 1918. He is buried at Menil, 
France. 



BERKELIiAi ir. KoV (i. — Son of 
Charles Berklebach. He enlisted June 
7, 1917, was assigned to the Columbus 
Barracks, later Fort Benjamin Harri- 
son. Attached to the Hospital Train 
No. 62. Sergeant Berkelbach went 
overseas April 7, 1918 and died in 
France on Sept. 11, 1919 from appen- 
dicitis. 





BEBKOVSKI. HARRY — Son of 
Mrs. Annie Berkovski. He entered 
service Aug. 8, 1918, was assigned to 



BERXAS, FRED AUGUSTAS— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bernas. He 
entered service July 29, 1917, was as- 



Camp Wadsworth and was attached to signed to Kelley Field, later Chanute 



56th Supply Company. Went overseas 
Sept. 4, 1918, was in the battles of 
Meuse-Argonne. Returned June 14, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 21, 1919. 



and Mills and was attached to the 
10th Aero Squadron. Went overseas 
Dec. 4, 1918, returned May 29, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 3, 
1919. 



BERTRAM. GEORGE D.^Boru 
June 24, 1898, son of Robert Bertram, 
Trauger. Pa. Enlisted June 1, 1919 
in the Marines and was stationed at and Lee, 
Paris Island, S. C. 



liLAZEK. FRANK- Son af Mr. and 
Mrs. Vence Blazek. Enlisted May 27. 
1918 and was sent to Camps Greenleaf 
Attached to Medical De - 
partment. Sailed Oct. 1918. Was 
honorably discharged Aug. 1919. 



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HLISS. LEWIS — Sou of Johu Bliss. 
entiTtHl the service in the Fall of 1917. 
with Company B. 17tb Infantry. 27lh 
Division. Was at Camp Lee and Camp 
Green. Was honorably discharged 
from the service in Feb. 1919. 



BEVERTDGE, ALEX — Son of Mrs. 
Christina Beveridge. He entered the 
service April 26, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company P, 155th Depot Brigade. 
Was honorably discharged Nov. 1918. 



BEA^ERIDGE. GEORGE J. — Son of 
Mrs. C. Beveridge. He enlisted Aug. 
1917, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
was attached to Company M, 166th 
Infantry. Went overseas Feb. 1918, 
received a Machine Gun bullet through 
the body, returned Jan. 3, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Feb. 1919. 



BILLER. JOHN P.— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Biller. He entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to 
Camps Gordon and Lee. Attached to 
the 321st Field Artillery. Battery D, 
82nd Division. Went overseas May 

19, 1918. was in the battles of St. 
Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, returned May 

20, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
the same month. 




BINGLE, JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. 
Rose Bingle. He enlisted 1918, -was 
assigned to Camp Gordon and later 
to Merrit and was attached to the 
Coast Artillery, 2nd Division. Bingle 
was honorably discharged Dec. 11, 
1918. 





BITTNER. HORACE J. — Born Aug. 
15, 1897. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
R. Bittner of 29 Avenue B, Latrobe, 
Pa. He enlisted in the army Aug. 
1918. 



BITTNER. MARY M. — Daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bittner. She 
enlisted Oct. 8, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Dix, and was attached to the 
Army Nurse Corps. She went over- 
seasNov. 9, 1918, returned from over- 
seas Aug. 26, 1919. 




BLACKBURN. ARTHUR BYRON — 
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Emory Blackburn. 
Enlisted Sept. 13. 1917, was assigned 
to Pittsburgh School of Military 
Roentgenology. Attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps. Was made Captain Feb. 10, 
1919. Sailed March 14. 1918, served 
in advanced area during whole Ameri- 
can Campaign, returned April 1919, 
and was honorably discharged April 
27, 1919. 




BLAIR. JAMES A. — Son of Dr. mul 
Mrs. Joseph Blair of Depot St., La- 
trobe, Pa. He enlisted in the Navy 
May 1918 and was assigned to the 
Great Lakes. He was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 29, 1919. 




);oi:i[ME, ALBERT — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Moritz Boehme, entered ser- 
vice May 1918. was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf. Attached to the Medical 
Dept. Went overseas Sept. 15, 1918, 
was attached to Base Hospital No. 79, 
returned June 29, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged July 3, 1919. 



BOEHME. ROBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Moritz Boehme, entered ser- 
vice 1918, was assigned to Jackson 
and attached to Supply Company of 
the 56th Pioneers. Went overseas 
Sept. 1918, returned June 30, 1919 
and was honorably discharged July 
1919. 




BOGGIO, PIETRO — Son of Louis 

Boggio. He entered the service Sept. 
4, 1918, was assigned to Camp Forrest, 
later to Meade and was attached to 
the 211th Engineers Band. He was 
honorably discharged the 23rd of Jan. 
1919. 




BOLINGER. ALBERT R.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Bolinger. He en- 
listed 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and was attached to Company 
M. 110th Infantry, 28lh Division. 
Went overseas May 3, 1919, was in the 
battles of Meuse-Argonne, Vesle, 
Marne and St. Mihiel, was wounded 
and gassed, returned May 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 





lU.'ICl-:, IIENKY— ,Suu uf Mr. ;nnl I'-i'UTo. ri^Tl'; KnliM^,! ,May -■>. 

Mrs. D. T. Boice. entered service May 1918. Sent to Camp Greenleaf and 

25, 1918, was assigned to Chattanooga assigned to Base Hospital No. _ 78. 

Park, later to Greenleaf. and attached Sailed Sept. 1, 1918. 



to Hospital Corps No. 78. Went over 
sea-:- Aug. 30, 1918, returned June 17, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 18, 1919. 



Returned June 
16, 1918.* Was honorably discharged 
June 18, 1919. 




l;i 'SSA K r, 1 »K. MERLE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Bossart. He 
enlisted Nov. 1917 and was assigned 
to Philadelphia. Dr. Bossart was at- 
tached to the army and received an 
honorable discharge Dec. 24, 1918. 



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BOYER, ALBERT S. — Son of Mrs. 
Mary E. Boyer. He entered the ser- 
vice Aug. 3, 1918. was assigned to 
Camp Custer and was attat-hed to Co. 
I, 803rd P. I. Went overseas Sept. 
17, 1918. was in the battles of Meuse- 
Argonne. returned July 18, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 25, 
1919. 



BRIDGE. CORA A. — Daughter of 
James A. Bridge (deceased). She en- 
listed Oct. 1917, wa.-> assigned to Ellis 
Island and was attached to the Army 
Nurse Corps. She went overseas Oct. 
1917. was stationed at Angers for 8 
months at Base Hospital No. 27, re ■ 
turned April 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May 1919. 



BRIDGE, LEONARD W. — Son of 
James A. Bridge (deceased). He en- 
tered the service Feb. 11, 1918, was 
assigned lo Can'p Lee, later Dix and 
was attached to the 320th Field Hos- 
pital Sanitary Train. Went overseas 
May 24. 1918, returned May 31. 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 
7. 1919. 



BRIDGE, MAURICE G. — Son of 
James A. Bridge (deceased). He en- 
listed Dec. 1917, was assigned to Nor- 
folk and was attached to the Navy. 
He was on board the U. S. S. Maine 
and U. S. S. Yarnell, Went overseas 
Dec. 1918, returned July 1919. 




BRIDGE. MORRIS G. — Son of Mrs. 
Martha Withron. He enlisted Dec. 12, 
1918, was assigned to Fort Monroe 
and was attached to the Navy. He 
was on board the U. S. S. Yarnell! He 
is a 1st Class Fireman, went overseas 
Nov. 5, 1919 and is still in service. 







BRINE, AVILFORD E. — Son of 
Mr. A. Brine. He enlisted June 1915, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock. At- 
tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, 
28lh Division. Went overseas May 3, 
1918, was in the battles of Argonne 
and Chateau Thierry, was wounded by 
shrapnel and slightly gassed, he re - 
turned May 16, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged May 20, 1919. 





BRINKER. CHARLES— Son of Mr. BRONKWSKY. ANTHONY— Son of 

and Mrs. Charles Brinker, enlisted John Bronkwsky. Braddock, Pa. En- 
1916, was assigned to Camp Hancock 'listed June 2, 1917 and trained with 



md attached to Comjiany M, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. Went overseas 
May 3, 1918, slightly gassed, returned 
May 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



the 15th Military Police, Troop B, at 
Fort Bliss, Texas. He was honorably 
discharged April 17, 1919. 




BRITT, MICHAEL .KtsKl'll- H- 
entered service May 1918, was as - 
signed to Camp Greenleaf. later Mer- 
ritt. Attached to the Medical Depart- 
ment, Company F. H. 22, 7th Sanitary 
Train, 7th Division. Went overseas 
Aug. 13. 1918, was in the Second 
Army offensive, returned July 1, 1919 
and was honorably discharged July 9, 
1919. 



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liUoWN. THOMAS J —Son of 
James A. Brown. He enlisted May 
11. 1917, was assigned to Oakmont, 
later Upton and Siierman. Attached 
to Company, 15 th Engineers. Went 
overseas July 9, 1918, returned April 
17, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 15, 1919. 




llUoWXriELD. WILLIAM- Smi ui 
Mrs. Mary Brownfield. He enlisted 
April 6. 1915. was assigned to Han- 
cock, and was attached to Company M, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 1918, was in the battles 
of Chateau Thierry, Ourcq and Vesle, 
was wounded by shrapnel and ma- 
chine gun. He returned Feb. 16, 1919 
and was honorably discharged Sept. 
30. 1919. 




BUNUNCO, PAIL Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Bunumu. He entered the 
service Sept. 22, 1917. was assigned 
to Camp Lee, later Dix and was at- 
tached to the 325th Infantry in Com- 
pany H, 82nd Division. Sailed April 
25. 1918. Was in battles of Meuse- 
Argonne, St. Mihiel and Morbach. was 
wounded by Machine Gun, returned 
May 18. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 29. 1919. 





BURKEY, NELSON — Son of Jo^eph 
E. Burkey, entered the service in Mav 
1917 with Company L, 19th Infantry, 
18 th Division. Was sent to Camp 
Davis and was honorably discharged 
from the service in Sept. 1919. 



liUKU. GEORGE I, — .Soi. ul Har- 
mon Burd entered the service in the 
Fall of 1917 with Company D, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Was at Camp 
Lee and Sherman and sailed for over- 
seas in May 1918. Returned to the 
United States and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service in June 1919. 




BUTERBAUGH. DEAN ROYDKX— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buterbaugh. 
He enlisted July 5, 1918, was assigned 
to Piatt sburg Barracks and Rutgers 
College. Attached to the S. A. T. C. 
of the U. S. Army. He was commis- 
sioned 2nd Lieutenant. Was honor - 
ably discharged Dec. 24. 1918. 



blXGAMAX, WALTER W.- Sun uf 
Mr. Sherrick Bingaman. He entered 
the service Sept. 4, 1918, was assigned 
to Fort Oglethorpe, later Forrest and 
Sherman and was att'icbed to the 2C'lIi 
Company of Engineers. Sergeant 
Bingaman was honorablv discharged 
Jan. 29, 1919. 



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BURKHART. TOHN— Son of Mrs. 
Marv Burkhart. He enlisted Feb. 23. 
1914, with Company M. 10th N. G. of 
Pa., and served on the Mexican Border. 
He enlisted for the 2nd time on April 
5. 1918. was assigned to Camp Lee. 
Attached to th? 155th Depot Brigade 
and was honorably discharged June 11, 
1918. 




BURKHOLUER. RUSSELL — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burkholder. He 
entered the service May 1918. was as- 
signed to Camp Lee, later to Fort 
Moultrie and was attached to the 
Coast Artillery. 1st Band. He was 
honorably discharged Dec. 21, 1918. 



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BYERLY. GEORGE J. — Son of 
George H. Byerly. Enlisted July 1917, 
with Company M, 110th Infantry. 28th 
Division. Was sent to Camp Hancock 
and later Camp Meade. He sailed 
Ai»ril 1918. Was wounded in the 
battle of the Marne, returned Dec. 29, 
1918 and was honorably discharged 
from service March 5, 1919. 




CAMERON. RICHARD M. — Son of 
Rev. Henry N. Cameron. He entered 
the service Oct. 1, 1918. was assigned 
to the Ohio Weslevan University and 
was attached to the S. A. T. C. of the 
U. S. Army. Was honorablv dis- 
charged Dec. 20, 1918. 



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CAMPBELL, JOHN PORTER— Son 
of Mr. J. A. Campbell. He enlisted 
June 4. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock. Attached to the 103rd Field 
Signal Battalion, Company B, 28th Di- 
vision. Went overseas May 1918, was 
in the battles of Ourcq, Vesle, Meuse- 
Argonne and Theacourt, returned May 
7. 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 19. 1919 at Camp Dix. 






CAPELLT, EMIL — Son of Mr. C. CAPP, ALFRED J. — Son of Mr. and CAPP, EDWARD J. — Son of Mr. 

Capelli. Enlisted Feb. 12. 1918. Sent Mrs. John Capp. He enlisted Oc*. 27, and Mrs. John Capp. He entered the 
to Camp Lee, attached to 305th En- 1916, was assigned to Newport. At- service in 1917, was assigned to Camp 
gineers. BOth Division. Sailed May tached to the Navy. He was on board Lee and later to Dix. Attached to 
1918. In battles of Artois Sector, the Battleship Texas and was Gun Company I, 315th Infantry. Went 
Somme. Returned June 2, 1919. Was Captain. He went overseas Sept. 1917 overseas Sept. 5, 1918, was in the 
honorably discharged June 11, 1919. and is still in the service. battles of Meuse-Argonne offensive 

and Grand Montogne, returned May 
30, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 7, 1919. 





CARrKXTEK. SCOTT -s,,ii ot ('Al-i 

Grant Carpenter, enlisted in the Fall Carr. 

of 1917, was assigned to Camp Han- was s 

cock. Attached to Comjiany E. 110th tached 

Infantry, 28th Division. Went over- sailed 

seas May 3, 1918, was wounded in the 1919 

wrist and leg. Returned in the Fall from 

of 1919 and was honorably discharged, month. 



:i;. CHARLES H. — Son of -Totin 
Entered service May 25, 1918, 

ent to Camp Greenleaf. At- 
to Base Hospital No. 78. He 

Sept. 1, 1918, returned June 7. 

and was honorably discharged 

service on the 18th of that 




CASl'EK. ANDREW — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. John Casper. He enlisted 
April 1917, was assigned to Philadel- 
phia. Attached to the Navy. He was 
on the Nakomies. Went overseas in 
the Fall of 1917, returned Dec. 1918 
and was honorably discharged Sept. 
J919. 




CA-SSinV, LoVli (', — H.' .-nlisted 
Mav l'J17 was assigued to Quanito and 
Port Royal. Attached to the 82nd 
Company. 6th Regiment and 2nd Divi- 
sion. Went overseas Nov. 1917, was 
in the battles of Bellau Wood, Chateau 
Thierry. Marne Champayne, Mount 
Blanc, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and 
Verdun. He returned Aug. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 




CAS8IDY, WARREN J. — Son of Mr. 
Charles Cassidy. He entered service 
Sept. 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee. Attached to Company I. 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Went over- 
sea.% May 31. 1918, was in the battles 
of Artois Sector, St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne, was slightly gassed, returned 
May 31, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
iharged June 1919. 




CASTERWILER, FRANK E. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Casterwiler. 
He entered the service in 1917, was 
assigned to Camp Lee. Attached to 
the 317th Machine Gun Battalion. 80th 
Division. Went overseas May 24, 
1918, was in the battles of Meuse-Ar- 
goni.e and St. Mihiel. He returned 
June 1. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 




CKSARE, MARTIN R. — Son ol Mrs. 
Tereasa Cesare. He entered the ser- 
vice June 1, 1917, was assigned to 
AUentown, Camp Crane. Attached to 
Ambulance Ser\ ice, 332nd Division. 
He went overseas June 1. 1918, served 
in Italy, returned June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged July 1919. 




CHESTNUT, NORMAN ALBERT — 
Son of Mr. William Chestnut. He en- 
tered the service Dec. 15, 1917, was 
assigned to Paris Island and was at- 
tached to the 74th Company. 6th 
Regiment, 2nd Division of the Marines. 
Went overseas March 27. 1918, was in 
the battles of Verdun, St. Mihiel. 
Chateau Thierry and Soissons, return- 
ed March 27, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Aug. 31. 1919. 



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CHURVER, FREDERICK — Son of 
Mr. Peter Churver. He entered ser- 
vice Sept. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Lee. Attached to the 120th Infantry, 
80th Division. Went overseas Jan. 
1918, was in the Battles of Argonne, 
St. Mihiel and Chateau Thierry, was 
wounded by shrapnel, returned and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



CINIBULK, ROBERT — Sou of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Cinibulk, entered 
service July 22, 1918. was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
B, 103rd Infantry. Went overseas 
Oct. 28, 1918, returned April 6. 1919 
and honorably discharged April 16, 
1919. 



CLAWSON, FRANCIS H.— Son of 
Mr. John L. Clawsou. He entered ser- 
vice Feb. 26, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Hancock, later Lee and Merritt 
and was attached to Company C, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. Went over- 
seas May 3, 1918, and was killed in 
the battle of Marne by shrapnel on 
July 15, 1918. 



COLE. JACOB — Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Steegfried. He entered the service in 
the Fall, 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Lee. Attached to the Supply Company, 
320th Infantry. 80th Division. He 
went overseas June 1918, was in the 
battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse- Ar- 
gonne offensives. He returned May 9, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 1919. 




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COLBURN, CHARLES C. — Son of 



COLEMAN, DOTY — Son of John 



Mrs. John Cogan, entered service May Mrs. John Cogan, entered service Aug. Mr. Charles A. Colburn. He enlisted Coleman. Enlisted Feb. 26, 1918. Sent 

27, 1917, was assigned to Camp 8, 1917, was assigned to Camp Hill June 25, 1917, was assigned to Camp to Camp Lee and Hancock. Sailed 

Greenleaf. Attached to the Medical and attached to Supply Company, 56th Vail and later Meade and was attached May, 1918. Was in the battle of 

Corps, with Base Hospital No. 57. Pioneer Infantry. Went overseas Sept. to the 324th Signal Corps. He was a Meuse- Argonne forest. Returned May 

went overseas May 1918, was hurt by 1918, returned June 1919 and was 1st Class Sergeant and was honorably 1919. Was honorably discharged May 

Motor Truck, returned Aug. 1919 and honorably discharged July 1919. discharged Jan. 25, 1919. 18, 1919. 
was honorably discharged Sept. 1919. 






COOPER. WILLLVM E/— Sun .,( Mv 
and Mrs. T, W. Cooper. He entered 
the service 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Forrest, later Oglethorpe and was at- 
tached to Company A. 213th Engineers. 
Was honorably discharged July 1919. 



CKA.MIOi;. IVAN Il.^S..ii ni' Mv. 
and ilrs. Cramer. He entered tlie 
service in May 1917, was assigned to 
Fort Slocum and Fort Bliss. Attached 
to the Headquarters Company of the 
5 th Field Artillery. Went overseas 
Nov. 17, 1917, was in the battles of 
Meuse- Argonne, St. Mihiel, Chateau 
Thierry and several others. 



(iM;XELIUS. JOHN — Son of .Mi 
and Mrs. Stephen Cornelius, entered 
service May 25, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Greenfield, and attached to 
Medical Corps. Went overseas, re - 
turned June 1919 and was honorably 
discharged July 1919. 



cokT. ('JLVKLi-:.s A. -)i;, .Sui, .,f 

Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Cort- He enter^'d 
the service in 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Sheridan and later to Columbus, 
Ohio. Attached to Company A, 37th 
Infantry. Went overseas July 4, 1918, 
was in the battles of Meuse ■ Argonne 
and Marne, was slightly wgunded, re- 
turned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the same month. 






r!;l);l;S, \KirriC10 LKMON— Son CUMMINGS, CHARLES— Sun uf (.'LEMMINGS, JAMES— Son uf Janie^^ (_';_'M MINGS. THOMAS- - Son nf 

oi Mrs. Alice Cribbs. He entered the James Cummings, entered service Feb. Cummiugs, enlisted May 24, 1917, was James Cammings. entered service June 

service May 26, 1918, was assigned to 20, 1918, was assigned to H. J. Jones, assigned to Camp Hancock and at- 191b, was assigned to Camp Lee and 

Greenleaf. Attached to the Medical Douglas, Ariz., and attached to Troop tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, attached to Company K, 11th Infantry. 

Department. Was honorably dis- I, 17th Cavalry. He is still in service. 28th Division. Went overseas May 2. Went overseas Aug. 1918 and wjis 

charged May 8, 1919. 1918, was gassed, returned Dec. 24, killed Nov. 10 1919. 

1918 and was honorably discharged 

Jan. 30. 1919. 



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CURNOW, SAMUEL G. — Son of Mr. 
Samuel J. Curnow. He entered the 
service Aug. 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Mills and later Dodge. Attached 
to the 168th Machine Gun Company. 
Went overseas Feb. 1918, was in the 
battles of Argonne and St. Mihiel, was 
slightly gassed, returned April 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 
1919. 




CURTO. BERNARD G.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Dominick Curto. He entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned 
to the Great Lakes. Attached to the 
Navy. He was 2ud Class Radio, went 
overseas in the Fall of 1918 and was 
honorably discharged July 20, 1919. 




DAILY, THOMAS T. — Son of Mr. 
John E. Daily of 307 Spruce St.. La- 
trobe. Pa. He entered the service 
March 9, 1918, was assigned to Kelley 
Field Texas and was assigned to the 
820th Aerial Squadron. He was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 11, 1919. 




DALTON, AGNES S. — Daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dalton. She en- 
tered the service Oct. 8, 1918, was as- 
signed to the Base Hospital at Dix. 
Attached to the Army Nurse Corps. 
She went overseas Oct. 23. 1918, was 
stationed at Beaux Desut, returned 
July 13, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged July 2, 1919. 





DANCER. REED — Son of Mr. ami I'A'iZ. WILLIAM J. B.— Son uf 

Mrs. Geo. Dancer. Enlisted Aug. 17. Mr and Mrs. George \V. Datz of Lig- 

1917. Attached to Aero. Squadron, onier St., Latrobe, Pa. He entered 

95th Regiment. AVas sent to Texas, the service in 1917, with the U. S. 

Sailed Oct. 27, 1917. Was honorably Army. He was honorably discharged 

discharged July 3, 1919. July 1919. 





1)A\'IS, CHARLES M. — Son ..f Mr I>A\ IS GEORGE M.— Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. J. M. Davis. Enlistfd Sept. and Mrs. J. M. Davis. Enlisted Sept. 

IG. 1916. Was sent Lo Philadelphia 22, 1919. Sent to Philadelphia Navy 

Navy Yard. Attached to the Deck Yard. Attached lo U. S. S. Connec- 

Force. Served as Chief Boatswain's licut. Still in service. 
Mate. Made four trips T^o Brest, 
France. Still in service. 




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HAVIS, PHILLIP S.— Son of Mr, 
and Jlrs. J- M. Davis. Enlisted July 




l:i, 1917. Was sent to Philadelphia the service Sept. 



liKcilTZ, HOWARD E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel Degitz. He entered 



Navy Yard. Attached to U. S. 
VerraoDt. Made four trips to Brest. 
France. Was honorably discharged 
Sept. 29, 1919. 



1917. was As- 



signed to Camp Lee. Attached to 
the 13th Company of the Depot Brig- 
ade of the 80th Division. Was hon- 
orably discharged Oct. 1, 1917. 





IlILLOX, MATTHEW P. — .^ciji i.f 1>LSK1:Y," AUA.M — Son uf Mr. and 
Frank Dillon. He entered the .ser- Mrs. Andy Diskey. He entered ser- 
vice Sept. 5, 1918. was assigned to vice Feb. 26. 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf, later to Upton and Camp Lee and was attached to Com- 
Mills. Went overseas Nov. 6, 1918, pany A, 001 Pioneer Engineers. Cor- 
returned April 11, 1919 and was hon- poral Diskey went overseas Jan. 1918, 
orably discharged April 20, 1919. retnrned June 28, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 22, 1919. 







DODDS, RAYMOKD A.— Son of Mr. DOLMASKY, ERNEST P.— Son of DONALDSON, JOHN W.— Son of DOTTERWAY, LAWRK.NCK— Son 

and Mrs. Cyrus Dodds. He entered Mr. and Mrs. August Dolmasky. He William Donaldson, Corporal, Com- of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dotterway. 

the service July 2:i, 1918. was assigned enlisted July 17, 1917, was assigned i)any I. 110th Keg., N. G. P. Sailed He entered the service June 1918, was 

to Camp Lee and was attached to to Camp Hancock. Attached to Com- May 1918; took part in the battle assigned to Washington, D. C. and was 

~ " ~ " " ■ jiany M, 110th Infantry, 28th Division, of Argonne forest and was wounded attached to the Chemical Welfare Ser- 

Went overseas May 3, 1918, was in in that battle, July 29, 1918. Re- vice. He was honorably discharged 

the battles of Chateau Thierry and turned from overseas and was honor- Dec. Iti, VJiS. 

Belleau Woods, was gassed and wound- ably discharged. 

ed. He returned Feb. 1919, and was 

honorably discharged Feb. 1919. 



Company 39, 10th Regiment of the 
Constnu-tion Department. Was honor 
ably discharged April 10, 1919. 



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DOWNKV, ARCH— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Downey. He entered the 
service in 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and was attached to Company 
M. 110th Infantry. 28th Division. He 
«v"^nt ove^.^eas Jl.iy 3, 1918. was in the 
battles of Meu.se ■ Argonne, Ourcq and 
Vesle. He was wounded twice, re- 
turned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May 23, 1919. 



DOWNS. FRAN'CIS P.— Sou of 
George Downs. He enlisted August 
15, 1918, was assigned to Fort Pitt 
and later Sherman, was attached to 
the 8. A. T. C. of the Army. He was 
honorably discharged Feb. 5, 1919. 



DRUM. EDGAR H.— Son of William 
Drum. He enlisted May 20, 1917, was 
assigned to Camji Dix. Attached to 
the Engineers, Division 2. Went over- 
seas Sept. 10, 1917, was in the battles 
of Toul, Aisne Chateau Thierry, Marne. 
St. Mihiel and Meuse - Argonne of fen • 
sives. He returned Aug. 4, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



DUNN, HENRY HOMER— Son of 
Thomas Dunn. He enlisted Sei>t. 7, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
later Funston and was attached to the 
Machine Gun Company of the 80th 
Division. He was commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant on June 1, 1918 and re- 
ceived an honorable discharge Feb. 11, 
1919. 





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EAGLEHOUSE, FRANK — Son of 
Mrs. Francis Eaglehouse. He entered 
the s-ervice April 5, 1918. was assigned 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company D. 313th Machine Gun. 80th 
Division. He went overseas May 1918. 
was in the battles of Meuse -Argonne 
and St. Mihiel, was slightly gassed, 
returned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged June 1919. 



EAGLEHOUSE, JOSEPH M. — Son 
of Mrs. Francis Eaglehouse. He en- 
tered the service July 31. 1918. was 
assigned to Camp Forrest and later 
Sheridan and Meade. Attached to 
Company C. 209th Engineers. He was 
honorably discharged Feb. 25, 1919. 



EAKINS. JAMES— Born July 16. 
1900, son of Evan Eakins. Trauger. 
Pa. Enlisted June 17. 1917, in Avia- 
tion Corps. 10 Af'ro Squadron stationed 
at Kelly Field. Texas. Sailed Dec. 15, 



EATON, RALPH S.— Son of Mr. 
Joseph Eaton. He entered service 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
was attached to Company E, Motor 
Supply Train, 80 th Division. Went 



1918. returned Sept. 18, 19J9 and was overseas June 1918, was in the battle 



honorably discharged. 



of Meuse- Argonne. Returned from 
overseas July 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the same month. 




EISAMAN. FLOYD C— Son of 
Cameron Eisaman of 1543 Ligonier St , 
Latrobe, Pa. He entered service 1918 
was assigned to Carnegie Tech and was 
attached to the S. A. T. C. Was honor - 
orably discharged Nov. 1, 1918. 




KISA.MAX, DR. PAUL C — Nephew 
of Mr. E. P. Hrindle. Entered the 
service 1918. was assigned to Fort 
McHenry, and later Montgomery, Ala. 
He was attached to General Hospital 
No. 2. Lieutenant Eisaman is still in 
the service. 




!■; \ I ■. A \ K S. .1 A M !■: S H )■: X k Y — Son 
of Mr^. N.'Uic Enl-ank^. He entered 
service Oct. 27, 1917. was assigned to 
Camp Lee and was attached to 505th 
Company, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas Dec. 13, 1917, was in the St. 
Mihiel drive and final advance, re- 
turned May 27, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 5, 1919. 



EVERETT, ARTHUR LEROY — Son 
of Mrs. M. J. Everett. He enlisted 
May 1917. was assigned to Camp An- 
derson, later Hancock and was at- 
tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Went overseas April 
1918, was in the battle of Chateau 
Thierry, was wounded by machine 
gun, returned Nov. 26, 1918 and was 
honorably discharged Aug. 22, 1919. 




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Mr. Edward Everly. He enlisted May 
25. 1918. was assigned to Camp Han- 
cork, later Merritt and was attached 
to Company M. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 3. 
1918, was in the battles of Champagne, 
Marne and Aisne. was wounded by 
shrapnel. Returned Aug, 5, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged. 





i'AKAliAUGH, JAMES W.— Son uf 
Augustan Farabaugh. He entered ser- 
vice Jan. 15, 1918, was assigned to 
Newport News, was attached to the 
Navy. He was 1st Class Fireman and 
was honorably discharged Sept. 10, 
1919. 




FAl'ST, -KHIX (i. — Son of .Inlwi 1;, 
Faust. He entered the service June 
7, 1918. was assigned to Camp Green - 
leaf, later to Forrest, Mills and Dix. 
Attached to Company I, 51st Infantry, 
6th Division. He went overseas July 
6, 1918, returned June 12, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 18, 
1919. 




FKATHHR. ISAAC K.— Son of 
Josiah Feather. He entered service 
Sept. 5, 1918, was assigned to Com- 
pany I, 320th Infantry, 80th Division 
at Camp Lee. M'ent overseas May 24, 
1918, was in the battles of Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive and St. Mihiel, re- 
turned May 30, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 9, 1919. 



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FELBAUlSr. GEORGE E. — Son of 
James C. Felbaum, entered service May 
2, 1918, went to Camp Forrest, at- 
tached to Company G, 52nd Infantry. 
Sailed July 6, 1918, returned June 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 17th of that month. 



FENNELL. THOMAS W. — Son of 
Lebbeus Fennel. He entered service 
May 30, 1917, was assign'&d to Camp 
Meade and later to Fort Niagara. At- 
tached to Company K, 317th Infantry, 
80th Division. He went overseas May 
25, 1918, was in the battles of St. 
Mihiel, Nantillois and Meuse-Argonne 
otTensives, returned June 1, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. He was a 1st Lieut. 



FICK. GEORGE L. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charlie Fick. Enlisted June 
1918. Sent to Camp Eustus and Camp 
Dix. Attached to Coast Artillery, 50th 
Regiment. Sailed Oct. 1918. Return- 
ed Feb. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 1919. 



FICK. CHARLIE A. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charlie Fick. Enlisted Sept. 
1903. Was sent to Douglas, Ariz., and 
along Mexican border. Attached to 
Hdg. Train, 1st Cavalry. Went over- 
seas. Still in service. 



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FISHER, CHARLES R.— Sun ..i 
Henry Fisher, entered service May li5, 
1918, was sent to Camp Greenleaf. At- 
tached to Base Hospital No. 58. He 
was transferred to Camp Grant, sailed 
Aug. 22, 1918, returned April 27, 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 16, 
1919. 



lol/rz. GKORGE — Son of Mr. and 
:\lrs. George Foltz, entered service 
April 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Comi)any H, 318th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. Went overseas 
May 22, 1918, slightly gassed, return- 
ed May 26, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the same month. 



FORSHA, LAWRENCE E. — Born 
April 12, 1891 and is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. E. Forsha of Latrobe, Pa. 
He entered service in 1918. was as- 
signed to Camp Lee. Attached to the 
Mustering Office at Camp Lee. Cor- 
poral Forsha is still in service. 



FRAUNHOLT/. .MARTIN B. — Son 
of Margaret Fraunholt/. He entered 
service Sept. 22, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee. He was a baker. Went 
overseas May 29, 1918, returned from 
overseas Sept. 2, 1919 and is still in 
service. 




FRENCH. JAMES— Sun uf Mr. Wil 
liam A. French. He entered service 
July 31, 1918, was assigned to Cami) 
Dix. Attached to 45th Company 12th 
Battalion of the 153rd D. B. ^Vas 
honorably discharged Jan. 31, 1919. 





FKENCIUCK. ANDV -Sua of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Frenchick. entered service 
April 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee. 
Attached to Company E. 317th In- 
fantrv, 80th Division. Went overseas 
May 26, 1918, returned June 1, 1919 
and honorably dis<-hargecl June 12, 
1919. 



FOX, CHARLES A. — Sun uf ilr. and 
Mrs. Gust Fox. He entered the ser- 
vice April 16. 1917, was assigned to 
Portsmouth, N. H. and Newport, R. I. 
He was on board the U. S. S. Missouri. 
He was honorably discharged April 14, 
1919. 




Fox, FRANCIS 1'.— Sun of Paul 
Fox. He entered service July 31, 1918. 
was assigned to Camp Merritt. later 
to Forrest and Dix, was attached to 
Company A, 128th Engineers. Went 
overseas Sept. 30, 1918, returned from 
overseas July 12, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged July 18, 1919. 




KKirZ. CHAltl.r.S |- 
and Mrs. Thomas R. Fritz. He en- 
listed July 15. 1917. was assigned to 
Camp Hancock, and was attached to 

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FRITZ. LA\\lvhNCE P. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fritz. He en- 
listed July 16, 1917. was assigned to 
Camp Hancock. Attached to Com- 
jiany M, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. 
Went overseas May 19. 1918, was in 
the battle of Aisne, Marne and was 
killed in the battle of Chateau Thierry 
on Aug. 26, 1918. He received the 
Service Cross and Croixe de Guerre. 




FRITZ. WALTER — Son of Mrs. 
Susan Fritz, entered service Feb. 1 1, 
1918. was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Comjiany G, Ammunition 
Train No. 305. 80th Division. Went 
overseas June 5, 1918. returned June 
2, 1919 and honorablv discharged June 
9, 1919. 



FRYE. ARNOLD — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Alfred Frye. He entered service 
1917. was assigned to Camp Lee and 
was attached to Company B. 315th 
Machine Gun, 80th Division. He went 
overseas May 1918, was in the battles 
of Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel, was 
slightly wounded several times, return- 
ed July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



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FRYE, LAWRENCE — Was born Oct. 
22, 1893. Sou of Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Frye of 206 Avenue A, Latrobe. He 
entered service in 1918, and was as- 
signed to Camp Lee. He was honor- 
ably discharged later. 



FRYE. LEWIS — Son of Mr. and FRYE, SAMUEL A. — Son of Mr. 

Mrs. Alfred Frye. He entered ser- and Mrs. Harry Frye of Latrobe, Pa. 




PURRY^ HARRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. W. Furry. He entered service 



vice in 1917, was assigned to Camp He entered service Sept. 22, 1917, was Feb. 11, 1918, was assigned to Camp 



Lee and later Greenleaf. Went over- assigned to Camp Lee and was at- 

seas Nov. 1918 and was stationed at tached to Company G, 5th Battalion, 

the Emb. Camp No. 1, St. Nazair, Sergeant Frye was honorably dis- 

France. He is still in service. charged Dec. 13, 1919. 



Lee. Attached to Company K, 317th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Corporal 
Furry went overseas May 1918. Was 
killed in the battle of Meuse-Argonue 
on Nov. 3, 1918. 






6ALL0, NICK — Son of Mrs. Con- GALLAGHER, JAMES S. — Son of 

cetta Gallo of Latrobe, Pa. He enter- Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gallagher. En- 
ed the service 1918 and was assigned tered the service May 22, 1917 as a 



to the Hospital in New Jersey with the 
Medical Corps. He is still in the ser 
vice. 



member of the old 110th Infantry, N. 
G. P. Assigned to Camp Hancock. 
Sailed May 3, 1918. Wounded Aug. 1, 
1918, by shrapnel. Returned Oct. 13, 
1918 and assigned to hospital at Kah- 
(vay, N. J. Honorably discharged on 
June 11, 1919. 



GALVIN, PLACIDUS J. — Born July GALVIN, THOMAS WILLIAM — 
3, 1894, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Galvin. 
Galvin of Latrobe, Pa. He entered Entered service Aug. 29, 1917, was 
service in 1918, was assigned to Camp assigned to Newport, R. I., and also at 
Lee and was honorably discharged. Washington, D. C, where he went to 

Training School for Seaman and Gun- 
ner. He was honorably discharged 
Jan. 20 1919. 




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Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Gamble. He enter- 
ed service Feb. 11, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Lee and was attached to Co. 
A, 319th Infantry, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 18, 1918, was in 
the battles of Artois, St. Mihiel and 
Meuse-Argonne, was gassed at Meuse- 
Argone, returned June 2, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 12, 
1919. 




l,.Vl;i:V, John v. — Sou (.f .Mr. and 
Mr.s. Pi-tcr C. Garey, entered service 
in 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and was attached to Company I, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Was 1st 
Class Sergeant. Sailed May 24, 1918, 
was in the battles of Meuse-Argonne, 
St. Mihiel, Bethincourt, Nantillois and 
St. Juvin, was wounded Oct. 11, 1918 
by shrapnel. 





i:];.\HY, .Jd.slOl'H A. — Sou of Mrs. 
Margaret Geary. He entered service 
Oct. 1917, was assigned to Kelly Field, 
Texas and was attached to the Aerial 
Squad 361. He went overseas July 26, 
1919, returned Dec. 10, 1918 and was 
honorably discharged Dec. 19, 1918. 



GEARY', LEO F. — Son of Mrs. Mar- 
garet Geary. He entered service Feb. 
11, 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and was attached to Company I, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas June 5, 1918, was in the battles 
of Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel, re- 
turned Jjno 1, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 12, 1919. 




rPT'^FR lOHN H— Sun of Jehu GES.SLER, LAWRK.NCE E — Son of GBTTENY, KOHERT S.-Snn ,il GIHSOX, FKANK--Son of Mr W'U- 

GEISLEK, JOlliM ii-..aoi| ';.' -■." ^^^^ Cecelia Gcssler. He entered ser- Samuel H. Getteuy, enlisted Feb. 12, ham Gibson, entered service July 23, 

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and Anna Geisler. Enlisted Sept 



1918 Sent to Camp Greenleaf and as-^ ^'- ---^ —-"-'"="-— ^- s7nTtoC"amp"Hancock" He Vailed May and attached t5 Company B, 304th 
signed to J24 E_ng.ne«s. Honorable ^^^^P^^g^^^^™ t^^^ „,d latlrwith 3, 1918, was in the 5tli Germ^au often ■ Field ArtiHery.jgth^ pivi.sion._W_en't 



discharge Dec. 23, 1918. 



the Depot Brigade He died from si've the advance on Ourcq, Vesle and overseas July 8, 1918, was severely 

pneumonia at Camp Lee on Feb. 12, ethers, returned May 11, 1919 and gassed, returned May 28 1919 and 

1919 was honorablj discharged from service was honorably discharged May iO, 

on the 23rd of that month. 1919. 



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GIBSON, RONALD E.--Soa of Mr. 
and Mrs. John H. Gibson. He enlisted 
May 27. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and later Dix. and was at- 
tached to Company M. 11 0th Infantry, 
28th Division. Went overseas May 3. 
1918, was in the battle of Chateau 
Thierry, was wounded by gun shell. 
He returned Oct. 1918 and was honor- 
ably discharged April 15, 1919. 




GILL, CLAUDE A. — Son of Victor 
E. Gill. Entered service April 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and was 
attached to Company F, 320th Infan- 
try, 80th Division. He went overseas 
May 1918, was in the battles of St. 
Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne, returned 
Jan. 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 1919. 




GLEOKL, MAX W.— Son of Nich- 
olas Gleckl. He entered service July 
22, 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and was attached to Company E, 316th 
Infantry, 79th Division. Went over- 
seas Sejjt. 26, 1918, was in the battles 
of Meuse-Argonne, returned May 29, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 17. 1919. 




GLECKL, GILBERT^Son of Nich- 
olas Gleckl, He entered service Aug. 
5, 1918. was assigned to Camp Wads- 
worth and was attached to the 56th 
Pioneer Infantry. Private Gleckl was 
honorably discharged Aug. 1918. 






GOOD, JOSEPH— Son of Joseph GOODMAN, FRANK— Son of Mr. GOODMAN. GEORGE— Son of GOODMAN, GEORGE— Son of Mr. 

Good. Enlisted Feb. 12, 191^. Sent and Mrs. Edward Goodman. He en- Robert Goodman, entered service Sept. and Mrs. George Goodman, entered 

to Camp Lee. Attached to Company tered service in 1918. was assigned to 25, 1917, was assigned to Columbus service Sept. 19, 1917, was assigned 

B, 105th Engineers. Discharged April Camp Sherman. Attached to Battery Barracks and attached to Company K, to Gettysburg. Attached to Company 

19, 1919. P, 309th Field Artillery, 78th Divi- 5th Cavalry. He holds rank of Cor- C, 60th Infantry, 5th Division. Went 

sion. He went overseas Sept. 1, poral and is still in service. overseas April 16, 1918, was wounded 
1918, was in the battles of Meuse-Ar- in left arm and right foot, returned 
gonne, returned June 1919 and was March 25, 1919 and honorably dis- 
honorably discharged the same month. charged April 17, 1919. 










(iKAV. ali;xaxi»i:k f.— suu ut 

Mr. and Mrs. William Gray. Entered 
the service May 22, 1917 and was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock ; transferred 
to Camp Merritt and sailed May 2, 
1918. Was attached to Co. M, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. Injured by 
shrapnel on Aug. 2, 1918 at Chateau 
Thierry. Returned May 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on May 22, 
1919. 



i.iai.i-:i;. richard c— smi ut .Mr. 

and Mrs. G. W'. Geiger. He entered 
service 1918, was assigned to Hampton 
Roads and Norfolk and was attached 
to the Training School. He was 2nd 
Class Cook and was honorably released 
from the service. 



t.l;i:i;K. CURTIS M. — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Charles Greek. He entered 
service Sept. 1917, was assigned to 
Fort Monroe and was attached to the 
Officers' Training Camp of the Coast 
Artillerv. Was honorably discharged 
Jan. 1919. 



GREEN, ROBERT E. — Son of Mr. 
John Green. He entered service March 
1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock 
and was attached to Company M, 110th 
Infantry and was then transferred to 
the Cavalry. He was honorably dis- 
charged in the Spring of 1919. 




GROTE. HERMAN — Son of Mr.s. 
John Gearhart. He entered service 
July 9, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and later to Merritt and was 
attached to the 206th Engineers. Went 
overseas Oct. 1918, returned Dec. 25. 
1918 and was honorably discharged 
Jan. 1, 1919. 




GLIUUS, ANDREW B. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Alex. Guidos. He entered 
service Feb. 12, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company E, 305th Motor Supply Train. 
Went overseas May 26, 1918, was in 
the battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne. He returned June 3, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 11. 
1919. 




GRLSS, JOHN — Sou of ilr^. Mary 
Gruss, entered service Feb. 23, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock and 
attached to Company M. 112th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. Went overseas 
May 7, 1918, returned April 30, 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 6, 
1919. 




LLALilA, JOHN P. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ignatius Harha. He entered ser- 
vice May 1918. was assigned to Camp 
Custer, later Mills, Upton and Grant 
and was attached to the Dental Corps. 
Captain Hacha went overseas June 
1918, returned August 1919 and was 
honorably discharged Sept. 1919. 



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HACKER, WILLIAM — Sou of Gus- 
tave Hacker, enlisted in the Navy Nov. 
1917 and was assigned to Norfolk. 
Went overseas April 1918, returned 
Jan. 1919 and is still in the service. 



HALL, KUSSELL F.^Son of Henry 
D. Hall. He entered service Sept. 5. 
1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, 
later Upton and Dix and was attached 
to the Ambulance Co. Went overseas 
Oct. 6. 1918, was in the battle of 
Meuse- Argonne, received a Citation, 
returned Aug, 10, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged Aug. 18, 1919. 



HAMILTON. HERBERT B.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hamilton, He en- 
tered service Feb. 26. 1918, was as - 
signed to Camp Lee and was attached 
to Com])any A, 601st Engineers. Went 
overseas June 30, 1918. returned July 
6, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 12. 1919 at Camp Dix. 



IIAitlLTON, JAMES M.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hamilton. He en- 
tered service Nov. 6. 1917. was as- 
signed to Kelley Field. Columbus, Ohio. 
Attached to the 186th Aero Squadron. 
He went overseas Jan. 31, 1918, was 
in the battle of Meuse -Argonne, re- 
turned Aug. 1. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Aug. 8, 1919. 



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HANTZ. JOSEPH— Son of Joseph 
and Rosie Hantz. Enlisted Oct. 7, 

1917. Sent to Camp Lee, 166th In- 
fantry, 42nd Division. Sailed Feb. 27, 

1918. In battle of Champagne, 
France, gassed, returned Jan. 19, 1919. 
Honorably discharged Feb. 8, 1919 at 
Camp Dix, N. J. 



HANKEY, JOHN — Son of Earnest 
Hankey. He entered service Aug. 
1917, was assigned to St. Paul and 
was attached to the Army. Corporal 
Hankey went overseas Dec. 1918, re 
turned April 5, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged the same month. 



HARBAUGH, ALEXANDER F.— 
Son of Mrs. Emma Harbaugh. He en- 
tered service Sept. 1917, was assigned 
to Fort McPherson and later Merritt. 
Attached to the Medical Corps. Went 
overseas March 24, 1918, returned 
June 2, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 10, 1919. 



HARDIE, JOHN S.— Son of George 
Hardie. He entered service Feb. 26, 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company C, 111th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. Went overseas 
May 5, 1918. was in the battles of 
Marne, Argonne, Verdun and Metz. He 
returned May 3, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged the same month. 




HARKLASS. JOHN— Son of Mrs. 
Garland. Enlisted June 25, 1917. 
Was sent to Columbus. Attached to 
Field Artillery, Battalion B. 16th 
Regiment. Sailed May 1918. Was 
honorably discharged June 27, 1919. 




HARKNESS. ELMER— Was burn 
Feb. 1, 1891 and is the son of Mrs. 
Rebecca Harkness of Latrobe, Pa. He 
enlisted 1916 in the Marines, and was 
assigned to Paymaster Headquarters, 
Washington, D. C. He is still in the 
seervice. 



HAKR, CLYDE F.— Eut.K M lli..' 
service June 1918 and was assigned to 
the Marine Corps. Went overseas Aug. 
19, 1918, was in the battle of Argonne, 
returned Aug. 3, 1919 and was lionor- 
ably discharged Aug. 12, 1919, 




fiARK. MERLE D. S..u uf Mi" and 
Mrs. Harry Harr. Ht- futerud service 
May 25, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Lee. attached to the Base Hospital No. 
58. He was cook. Went overseas 
Aug. 24, 1918, returned April 27. 1919 
and received an honorable discharge 
May 7, 1919. 






HARKl.S. ALliKU'l Sun of William 
and Rachel Harris. Enlisted April 
1918. Sent to Camp Sill. Hospital 
service. Honorablv discharged in the 
Fall of 1918. 



HAKKLS. ROBERT E.^Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. H. E. Harris of Ligonier St.. 
Latrobe, Pa. Entered service Nov. 4, 
1917, was assigned to Columbus Bar- 
racks, later to Kelly Field, Texas, and 
was attached to the 195th Air Service. 
Corporal Harris was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 14. 1919. 



HARVEY, JOSEPH W.-Suu uf 
Thomas P. Harvey of 334 James St., 
Latrobe, Pa. Entered service May 5, 
1918, was assigned to Wissahiekon 
Barracks. Made 10 trips over the 
ocean on Transport Duty, also one to 
South America. He is still in ser- 
vice. 



HAiniyAK. JOHN A— Sun of Mrs. 
Andy Daily of Brinker Ave., McChes- 
neytown. Pa. Entered service May 27 
1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, 
later Jackson and was attached to the 
Medical Corps. Private Harvisak is 
still in service. 



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HATCHER. JOHN PRESTOX — Son 
of John Preston Hatcher of La t robe. 
Pa. Entered service Aug. 5, 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Humphrey and was 
attached to Company D, 5o2nd E. T. 
R. Corporal Hatcher was honorably 
discharged Dec. 28, 1918. 




HAYDEX. CHARLES J. — Son of 
Mr. Peter P. Hayden of 33e Thompson 
St.. Latrobe. Pa. Enlisted June 4, 
1917, as assigned Camp Hancock. At- 
tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Corporal Hayden went 
overseas May 3, 1918, was wounded. 
Returned Jan. 16, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 3, 1919. 







HAZLETT, J. JOSEPH— Son of 
James H. Hazlett of 612 Weldon St., 
Latrobe, Pa. Entered service Oct. 1, 
1918, was assigned to Carnegie Tech 
and was attached to the S. A. T. C. 
Private Hazlett was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 20, 1918. 



HAZLETT, WALTER S. — Son of 
James H. Hazlett of 612 Weldon St., 
Latrobe. Pa. Entered service Jan. 11, 
1918, was assigned to Fort Thomas, 
and was attached to the Blst Aero 
Squadron. Sergeant Hazlett was hon- 
orably discharged June 10, 1919. 





HEACOX. GEORGE H.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. H. D. Heaco-\ of Latrobe, 
Pa. Entered service June 3, 1917. 
^\'ent to Camp Hancock and placed 
with Company M. 110th Infantry. 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 3, 1918. 
was wounded in action, returned May 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 



HEESE. WILLIAM M.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred Heese. Enlisted May 
25, 191S. Sent to Camp Greenleaf and 
Fort Sheridan. Attached to Medical 
Department, Company B, H. 103. 
Sailed Oct. 27, 1918. Returned July 
5, 1919. Discharged same month. 




HEESE. IREDERICK R.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heese. Enlisted 
April 4, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. At- 
tached to Company G, 319th Regiment, 
80th Division. Sailed May 27, 1918. 
^^'as in the battle of Meuse- Argonne. 
Returned Dec. 1. 1918. Honorably 
discharged Sept. 4, 1919. 




HENDERSON, JOHN L.— Son o£ 
Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson. En- 
tered service 1917, was assigned to 
Forr. Adams, and was attached to the 
44th Coast Artillery, Battery F. Went 
overseas Aug. 18, 1918. Returned 
Feb. 5, 1919 and is still in service. 







HERRINGTON, WILLIAM C. — Son 
of Minot Herrington of 69 Harrison 
Ave., Latrobe. Pa. Entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Lee. \\'as attached to the Field Artil- 
lery, Battery F. Went overseas Mav 
1918. He returned May 13, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 21, 
1919. 



HERRMANN, ADOLPH JR. — Son of 
Adolph Herrmann. Entered service 26. 
1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf. 
attached to the Medical Corps. Was 
at the General Hospital at New York 
for 7 months as a Baker. Was hon- 
orably discharged March 12, 1919. 



HILE, HALAN E. — Son of Mr. and HILLMAN, WM. J. — Son of Mr. T. 

Mrs. H. C. Hile of Latrobe, Pa. En- L. Hillman. Enlisted July 1917, was 

listed Oct. 15, 1918. was assigned to assigned to Camp Hancock and was 

State College, with the S. A. T. C. was attached to Company M, 110th Infan- 

attached to Company M. of the Motor try, 28th Division. Went overseas 

Mechanics Received an honorable dis- May 3, 1918, returned May 1919 and 

charge Dec. 12, 1918. was honorably discharged the same 

month. 




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Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hint-s. He entered Mrs. M. J. Hines. Enlii.tt;d June 12, 

service Aug. 30, 1918, was assigned 1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock 

to Camp Greene and was attached to and was attached to Company M, 

Company ti. Headquarters Camp Ex- llOlh Infantry, 28lh Division, was 

change Detachment. Sergeant Hines transferred to 306th Remount Station. 

was honorably discharged Jan 14, He was honorably discharged May 13, June 1, 1919 and was honorably dis- orably released May 12, 1919. 

1919. 1919. charged June 6, 1919 



iilXE.S. MICHAEL E.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Patrick Hines. Entered ser- 
vice April 1918, assigned to Camp Lee, 
attached to Company 0, 305th Ammu- 
nition Train, 80th Division. AVent 



HIXK.s, ,lo.'<Ki'li: i- . - >-':i uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Michael J. Hines. Entered 
service May 5, 1917 in the U. S. Navy. 
Went overseas Sept. 17, 1917 and was 
stationed at Brest. Returned from 



overseas May 26, 1918. Returned overseas April 28, 1919 and was hon- 



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HINES. LAWRENCE \V. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hines of 149 
Main St., Latrobe, Pa. He entered 
service in 1917, was assigned to Paris 
Island and was attached to the Marine 
Cori^s. He is still in the service. 





HOCHARD. SIMON— Born April 10, HOFFMAN. RAYMOND AMBROSE 

1892 and is the son of Jonathan — Son of Amos Hoffman. Entered 
Hochard of Bedford County. He en- service May 25, 1918, was assigned 
listed in the Navy and was on board to Camp Greenleaf. was attached to the 
the U. S. S. Georgia. Seaman Hochard Medical Corps of Base Hospital No. 
was honorably discharged July 1919. 58. He was a cook. Went overseas 

Aug. 23, 1918. returned April 27, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 7, 1919. 




HOFFER. ARTHUR J. — Son of 
Amos Hoffer. Entered service Sept. 
23, 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee, 
attached to the 325th Machine Gun 
Coff.pany, 82nd Division. Went over- 
seas April 25, 1918. Returned from 
overseas May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the same month. 



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HOFFMAN. HAROLD EDWIN — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hoffman of 
Loyd Ave., Latrobe, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 14, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Gordon and was attached to 
Company 30, Officers' Training Camp. 
Was honorably discharged Nov. 25, 
1918. 



HOFFMAN, HO WARP B.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hoffman. En- 
tered service June 2, 1917, was as- 
signed to Allen town. He was with 
the U. S. A. A. S. Went overseas June 
13, 1918. Had an Italian War Cross 
awarded to him. returned April 23. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 26, 1919. 



HOKE, HARRY E.— Son of Philip 
and Mary Hoke. Enlisted Oct. 7, 



HOLZER, WILLIAM — Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 23, 1917, was assigned to 



1917. Camp Lee, 163rd Infantry, 41st Camp Lee and attached to Company 



Division. Sailed Feb. 27, 1918. Re 
turned Feb. 10, 1919. Honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 20, 1919. 



H, 327th Infantry, 82nd Division. 
Went overseas Slay 1, 1918, returned 
May 18, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Sergeant. 




HOMCHOSKY, MIKE M.— Son of 
George Homchosky. Enlisted July 18, 
1917. Sent to Camp Gettysburg and 
Dix. Sailed Dec. 24. 1917. Was in 
the battles of Verdun, Chateau Thierry 
and Soissons. Was slightly gassed. 
Returned April 19, 1919. Honorably 
discharged May 2, 1919. 



HOYT, EMMETT C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Ed.son Hoyt of Sebula, I'li. 
Entered service Sept. 6, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camjj Hancock and was at- 
tached to Gonipan) M, 110th Infantry. 
28 th Division. Was wounded by 
shrapnel. Returned May 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 1919. 




HOWARD, JOHN ]\L- Son nf ,M r 

and Mrs. J. M. Howard uf lb24 Ligu 
nier St., Latrobe, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice in the Fall of 1917. with the En- 
gineers. Corporal Howard was hon- 
orably discharged Nov. 27, 1918. 




Ill .Mi:s, WILLIAM H, — Son of Mr. 
Thuuia^ llimifs. ]':nlisted May 22, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock 
and was attached to Company M, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He ranked 
as 2nd Lieutenant. Went overseas May 
3, 1918. Returned July 13, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 16, 
1919. 




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vice 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and later to Dix and was attached to 
the 313th Machine Gun Comjiany of 
the 80 th Division. Went overseas 
May 1918. Returned from overseas 
June 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 




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-Son of 



Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hunter of 
Oakville, Pa. Entered service Feb. 
26. 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and was attached to the Motor Truck 
Company No. 505. Went overseas 
Sept. 1918, returned July 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Aug. 1919. 



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Thomas Hunter of Walnut St., Mc - 
Chesneytown, Pa, Entered service 
Aug. 29, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Lee, was attached to the U. S. Hos- 
jntal at New York with the Medical 
Corps. Corporal Hunter was honor - 
ably discharged July 2, 1919. 




IMMEL, EDGAR — Son vi W illimu 
Immel, entered service May 25, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to Base Hospital No. 58. 
Went overseas Aug. 1918, returned 
May 6. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



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IMMEL SAMUEL— Son of -William IMMKL, ^VILLIAM— Son of Wil- IRWIN. JOHN A. — Son of Ambrose JIM. ANTHONY PAUL— Son of Mr. 

Tmmol entered service May 25, 1918. iiam Immel, entered service Sept. 10, Irvin. Enlisted Dec. 11, 1917, was and Mrs. Louis Jim. Entered service 

was aligned to Camp Greenleaf and 1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf. with the Marines. Sergeant Irwin Jan. 14, 1918, was assigned to Fort 

attached to Base Hospital No. 103. and attached to the Hospital Unit. He went overseas March 27. 1918. Was Thomas. Camp McArthur, Carnegie 

Went overseas Oct. 27. 1918, returned is still in service. slightly gassed, returned Aug. 4, 1919 Tech, Air Service Mechanics School, 

July 6 1919 and was honorably dis- and was honorably discharged Aug. 13, St. Paul. Minn, and Dorr rieid. Was 

charged July 15 1919 1919. honorably discharged Feb. 13, 1919. 




JOHNSTON. JOHN W. — Son of 
Richard Johnston, entered the service 
June 1918, was a Naval Reserve on 
the U. S. S. Chester and was honor- 
ably discharged in SejH. 1919. 




JOXL.S, 1)AN1i;L L.— .Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel W. Jones. Enlisted 
June 22, 1917, was assigned to Camj) 
Hancock. Attached to the Headquar- 
ters Company of 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 3, 1918, 
was wounded in action Sept. 6, 1918 
r.nd died Sept. 18, 1918. He received 
3 Citations and also a Distinguished 
Service Cross. 





JoXKS. DAVID HUGHES— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones of Latrobe, 
Pa. Enlisted in 1916 in the Navy. 
Was assigned to Newport. Was on 
board the North Dakota and U. S. S. 
Supply Ship. Is still in the service. 



JOHNS! 

Theodore J 
Chesueytow 
1917 in th. 
discharged 



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3 Navy. 
Aug. 24, 



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Enlisted Aug. 27, 
He was honorably 
1919. 




J(HIXS(.>X, FUANK D. — Sun uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Millwe Johnson. Enlisted 
May 28, 1917, assigned to Camp Han - 
co< k. Was attached to Company M. 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Cor- 
jioral Johnson went overseas May 3, 
1918, was wounded by machine gun 
bullet Sept. 27, 1918, returned May 
16. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 23, 1919. 





.lOlINSToX. MERLE — Sua oi Mr. 
and Mrs. Miller Johnston. Entered 
service April 5, 1918, was assigned to 
Columbus and later to Greenleaf. Was 
attached to the Medical Corps of Base 
Hospital No. 76. Went overseas Sept. 
1, 1918. Returned April 13, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 2, 1919. 



JOHNSTdX. 1.A\ i;. Sun ul' Mr. KALIXSKI. MICHAEL Sou uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Miller Johnston. Entered and Mrs. John Kaliuski of Poland, 
service Feb 26, 1918. was assigned to Entered service April 29, 1918, was 
Camp Lee and was attached to Com- assignf d to Camp Meade, later to Lee. 
pany B, 45th Engineers. Sergeant M*as attached to the 154th Depot Brig- 
Johnston w^.Mit overseas July 10, 1918, ade, 24th Division. Was honorably 
returned July 5, 1919. Was hon- discharged April 11, 1919. 
orably discharged July 12, 1919. 



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KAIL, ALFRED F. — Enlisted Ui't. 
4. 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee. 
Ordnance Corps, 320th Regiment, 80tli 

Division. Went overseas May 17, tircenleaf. Is still in service. 
1918. Received two Citations. Re - 
Inrned May 30th and was honorably 
discharged June 7, 1919. 



KAMINSKY LOUIS WILLIAM — KARXS, BENJAMIN H, — Son of KARXS, JOHN G. — Son of Duvid 

Son of Adam and Martha Kaminskv. David Karns, entered service May 2, Karns. Entered service May 16, 1918 

Enlisted June 1 1918 Sent to Cainp 1918, Company G, 51st Infantry, Camp and was attached to Evacuation Hos- 

Forrest. He sailed in July, 1918 and pital Corps No. 22, Camp Greenleaf. 

leturncd to the United States in June He sailed in Aug. 1918 and returned 

1919. He was honorably discharged from overseas in June 1919, where he 

June 17 1919. was honorably discharged July 1, 

1919. 



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KATERMAN. FRANK C. — Son of 
Emanuel Katherman. Enlisted Sept. 1, 
1917. Sent to Camp Dix and commis- 
sioned Captain. Sailed Oct. 18, 1917. 
Was in the battles of Champagne and 
Marne and St. Mihiel. Returned 
April 28, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged May 13, 1919. 



KELLEY, FRANCIS LEO— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Kelley, Latrobe, 
Pa. Entered the service March 9, 1918 
and was assigned to Love Field. He 
was attached to 197th Aero Squadron. 
Sgt. Kelley was honorably discharged 
April 2, 1919. 



KELLEY, JOSEPH ALEXANDER 
— Son of Mrs. Emelie H. Kelley, 315 
Depot St., Latrobe. Entered service 
Oct. 1, 1918 and was assigned to Camp 
Lafayette and attached to S. A. T. C. 
Corporal Kelley was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 11, 1918. 




KELLY. WILLIAM E.— Son of Wil- 
liam Kelley, Trauger, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice April 4, 1918 in Company B, 
320th Infantry, 80th Division, sta- 
tioned at Camp Lee, Va. Sailed May 
18, 1918. Was wounded Oct. 10, 1918, 
while taking part in the Argonne of- 
fensive. Returned from overseas May 
30, 1919 and waa honorably discharged 
June 8, 1919. 




KELLY, WILLIAM R. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William D. Kelly, Latrobe, 
Pa. Entered service Jan. 18, 1918, 
was assigned to Columbus Barracks 
and attached to the Field Artillery, 
Battery D, 3rd Regiment, 6th Divi- 
sion. Went overseas July 29, 1918 
and returned July 26, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged Aug. 1, 1919. 



KENTZ. MAURICE J. — Son of Mr. 
Thomas E. Kentz, 326 Spring Ave., 
Latrobe, Pa. Entered service May 27, 
1918 and was assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf later to Hancock and Wheeler. 
Was attached to the Medical Corps. 
Sergeant Kentz was honorably dis- 
charged March 3. 1919. 



KELTZ, HARRY A. — Son of John 
M. Keltz of 404 Fairmont St., Latrobe, 
Pa. Entered service Aug. 23, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Mills and at- 
tached to Company C, 102nd Machine 
Gun Battalion of the 26th Division. 
Went overseas Dec. 26, 1917 and was 
killed m action on the 22nd of July 
1918 in the battle of the Marne. 



KEYS. JOHN E.— Son of Mr. Wil- 
liam H. Keys, Latrobe, Pa. Entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917 and was as- 
signed to Gamp Lee, later to Gordon, 
Mills and Dix. Went overseas May 
19, 1918, was in the battles of Meuse- 
Argonne, Toul, Morbach and St. Mi- 
hiel. Returned May 11, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 24, 1919. 





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KING, tliAl;l,K.s - 



uf Mr. John 



S. King. Entered service July 22, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee and 
was attached to the Depot Brigade. 
He was honorably discharged July 27, 
1919. 



KING. 



iIIX a. Sun of Mr. John 



F. King, King-stou. Pa. Entered ser- 
vice June 1, l'J18 and was assigned to 
lurt Oglethorpe and attached to Com- 
pany E, 34th Regiment and 7th Divi- 
sion. He went overseas Aug. 29, 1918, 
was in the battles of Meuse- Argonne, 
returned June 20, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 27, 1919. 



KINTZ, RAYMOND J.— .Son ^t .Mi, 
and Mrs. John A. Kintz, Liitrola*, i'a. 
Entered service Feb. 16, 1918 and was 
assigned to Camp Lee, attached to 
Headquarters Company, 315th F. A., 
80th Division. He went overseas May 
27, 1918, was in the battles of Meuse- 
Argonne and returned April 25, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged May 8, 
1919. 



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.\ir. and ilrs. James L. Kiulz, Latrube. 
Pa. Entered the service Sept. 9, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Lee. was at- 
tached to Company E, 320th Infantr" 
80th Division. Went overseas in May 
1918, returned May 1919, was honor- 
ably discharged June 1919. 




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KLUSKY, FRANK — Son of Joseph 
Klosky, entered service June 2, 1917, 
was assigned to Fort Bliss, and at - 
tached to Company F, 82nd Artillery. 
He was honorably discharged Sept. 25, 
1919. 



KMGHT, NuHMA K. — Daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Knight, Ligonier 
St.. Latrobe, Pa. Entered service 
Sept. 5, 1918 and assigned to Fort Mc- 
Henry, was attached to U. S. A. Gen- 
eral Hospital No. 2. She was honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 27, 1919. 



KUCH, HENRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Koch, Latrobe. Pa. En- 
tered the service Oct. 6, 1917, was 
assigned to Camp Lee, attached to the 
314th Machine Gun, Company B, 80th 
Division. Went overseas May 26, 
1919, was in the battles of St. Mihiel, 
returned June 7. 1919, was honorably 
discharged June 12, 1919. 



KOSTELNIK. JOE A. — Enttied ser- 
vice Feb. 12, 1918, Company E, 319th 
Infantrv, stationed at Camp Lee. 
Sailed May 18. 1918. Took part in 
battles of Meuse- Argonne offensive, 
when he was wounded Nov. 1, 1918. 
Returned to the United States and was 
discharged Mar. 13, 1919. 



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KOUTSKY. CHARLES — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Anthony Koutsky, entered 
service May 1918. ^vas assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to Com- 
]iany B, 5*2 nd Infantry, 6th Division. 
Went overseas July 5, was slightly 
gassed, returned June 1919 and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 





KOZAR. MIKE — Son of Steve 
Kozar. Enlisted May 25, 1918. Sent 
to Camp Greenleaf and Grant. Was 
honoraldv discharged at Camp Grant, 
Dec. 15. 1918. 



KRIDLE, LOUIS C. — Son of Louis 
and Catherine Kridle. Enlisted Sept. 




•23. 1917 



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KUHXS. DANIEL* — Son of Daniel 
Kuhns, entered service April 28, 1918, 



105th Engineers. Sent to was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 



Camp Lee. Sailed Feb. 1918. Re- 
turned April 1919. Was in the battles 
of Voomnezelle, Belgium and others. 
Honorably discharged April 1919. 



ed to the 314th Field Artillery, Battery 
F. Went overseas June 23, 1918 and 
died Oct. 5, 1918 in the Meuse Hos- 
pital. 








KUHNS. JAMES — Son of Worth 
Kuhns, entered the service in 1914. 
served with Highland Licht Infantry, 
Royal Scotts. Black Watch and Mili- 
tary Police Corps. AVas wounded by 
75 inch shell and disabled. He was 
honorably discharged Dec. 19, 1918. 



KUHNS. ROY G. — Son of Noah 
Kuhns. Y''oungstown. Pa., entered ser- 
vice May 26th, 1918 and was sent to 
Camp Gordon. Was attached to a ma- 
chine Gun Battalion, sailed overseas 
in July 1918. returned to the United 
Statps in .Tuly 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service in Aug. 1919. 



KUHNS. THOMAS L. — Son of KUHNS, WORTH— Son of Worth 
George W. Kuhns, Trauger, Pa. En- Kuhns, entered service May 1918, was 
tered service June 8, 1919 in the 8th assigned to Camp Meade and attached 



Infantry, A. F. G., 
sailed Sept. 1919. 



Camp Lee. He to Replacement Unit No. 7. Went 
overseas June 13, 1919 and is still in 
service. 






KUSINSKY. EDWARD PAUL — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Kusinsky. 2516 Ligo- 
nier St., Latrobe, Pa. He enlisted in 
the Navy and was assigned to Newport, 
R. I. Went overseas several times, 
was honorably discharged Aug. 1919. 



KUTZER. ANTON JOSEPH — Son 
of Anton J. Kutzcr. Enlisted July 31. 
1918. 210th Engineers. Sent to Camp 
Forrest. Ga. Then Camp Funston. 
Kas., Camp Mills. N. Y. and Camp 
Humphries. Va. Honorably discharged 
Feb. 3, 1919 at Camp Humphries, Va. 



KUTZEK. sTIU'HLN .1. Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kutzer. Enlisted 
Sept. 5. 1918. Sent to Camp Green- 
leaf. Ga. Base Hospital No. 99. 
Sailed Oct. 27, 1918. Returned June 
18, 1919. Honorablv discharged June 
27, 1919. 



LAMBERT. FURNEY — Entered ser- 
vice March 7, 1918, was assigned to 
Kelly Field, Texas, and attached to 
29th Balloon Company at Fort Monroe, 
transferred to 304th Trench Battery. 
79th Division. Went overseas July 14, 
1913. gassed, returned March 24, 1919 
and honorably discharged April 8, 
1919. 





LAi[PROPuLOS, GE(.)KGE — Enter- 
ed service July 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee. attached to 316th Infantry. 
Company F, 79th Division. Went 
overseas Sept. 6. 1918, was in the 
battles of Verdun sector, returned May 
29. 1919, was honorablv discharged 
June 9. 1919. 



LARIMER, yl-MO.N K. — Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. John K. Larimer, Stahls- 
town. Pa. Entered service March 22, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock, 
attached to Company M, 110th Regi- 
ment, 28th Division. Went overseas 
May 2, 1918. Returned Aug. 10, 1919. 
and was honorably discharged Aug. 14, 
1919. 



LAUMAN. GEuKGE— :?on of Mr. 
and Mrs. Chas. W. Lauman. 337 
Thompson St.. Latrobe, Pa. Entered 
service Sept. 4. 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Fouser, later Sherman, attached 
to the 1st Prov. Rec. Battalion. Was 
honorably discharged Dec. 26, 1918. 



LAWRY. Jf.)HN G. — Suu uf Mr. and 
Mrs. John Lawry. Latrobe, Pa. En- 
tered the service May 1917, was as- 
signed to Oakmont. later Upton, N. Y., 
attached to the 5th Regiment. Went 
cveiseas July 8, 1917. was in the 
battles of Argonne and St. Mihiel, re- 
turned April 27, 1919, was honorably 
discharged May 1919. 



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LAWSON BENJAMIN F — Enlisted LEONDIA, CONSTANT— Burn Nov. LEVIN, SAM K.— Kon of Mr. an.l LEWIS, HtuVAKD— Son ol Mrs. 

in the Tel'ei)hone Service in 1917 7 1892. Husband of Mr.s, Emma Mrs. Myers Levin, Entered service Emma Lewis, Latrobe, Pa, Entered 

Went overseas Nov 1917 Decorated Leonida. Enlisted in the Navy July May 1917, was assigned to Camp Gor- the service 1918. was assigned to Camp 

for hraveryfor rcnairin" phones under 11, 1918 and was assigned to the don, later to Mills, was attached to Lee attached to the 315th Field Artil- 

heavy fire Wis' in Meuse - Argonne Great Lakes, Honorably discharged 307th Engineers, Company B, 80th lery. Battery E, Went overseas June 

St Mihiei and- other engagements Dec. 28, 1918. With rank o£ 3rd Division. Went overseas Sept, 1917. 6. 1918. returned June 1919 and was 

Still in service Class Storekeeper. Returned May 1919, was honorably honorably discharged in June 1919. 

discharged May 25, 1919. 






LEVENDOSKY ANDREW — Son of LEVENDOSKY. FRANK — Son of LINDNER. HARRY F, — SonofWil- LIZZIE, PAUL— Son of Mrs. Joe 

Mr and Mrs. Thos. Levendosky. En- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Levendosky. En- liam Lindner. Enlisted Oct. 6, 1917. Lizzie, Italy. Entered service July 23, 

tered service in 1918 assigned to tered service in 1917, assigned to Sent to Camp Lee and assigned to 1917, was assigned to Gettysburg, at- 

Camp Lee attached to 313th Machine Cani]i Hancock, attached to 110th Company D, 80th Division. Went over- tached to 2nd French Motor Battalion, 

Gun Company, 80th Division. Went Artillery, Company M, 28th Division, seas May 18, 1918. Was killed in He went overseas Jan. 1918, was killed 

overseas May 1919. Returned June Went overseas Jlay 3, 1918, was action Nov. 1, 1918 near St. Juven in .^pril 3, 1918. 

1919, was honorably discharged June wounded July 29th. Returned March Argonne by high explosive shell. 

1919. 1919, was honorably discharged March 

25, 1919, 




LOHR EDWIN— Son of .Mr. aiiJ LOPE, HARRY— Son of Mr, and LOPE, MICHAEL H,— Son of Mr, LOUGHNER, HARRY PHILLIP— 

Mrs. John J. Lohr. Entered service Mrs. Wm. Lope, Latrobe. Pa. Entered and Krs. W. Lope, Latrobe, Pa., en- Born August 2. 1897. is the son of 

1918 was assigned to Camp Lee, later service Sept. 5, 1918, was assigned to tcrcfi service Feb. 11, 1917 and was Mr. and Mrs, Philip Loughner. En- 

Dix attached 145th Artillerv, Com- Camp Greenleat, attached to Company assigned to Camp Lee, attached to tered service Feb. 1915 and was as- 

pany B 37th Division. Went 'overseas B. He was honorably discharged Coinpany A, 319th Regiment, 180th signed to Mexico, attached to Com- 

April 29 1918 was in the battle of Sept. 20 1918. Division. Went overseas 30. 1917, re- pany M. He was honorably discharg- 

Meuse-Argonne, Returned April 9, turned May 30, 1919, Was honorably ed June 20, 1919. 

1919. Was honorably discharged April discharged June 13, 1919. 
1919. 







LOVE, BEN.L4A1IN J. — Entered 
service on Feb. 12. 1918 and served 
with Company B, 319th Regiment, 80th 
Division. He trained at Camp Lee 
and .sailed June 17, 1918, Returned 
from overseas June 9, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on June 11, 
1919. 



LUVO. JEROME — Entered service 
April 29, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Lee. attached to Company B, 145tli 
Infantry, 37th I^ivision. Went over- 
seas June 15 1918, w-as wounded in 
action Sept. 27, 1918, returned March 
27, 1919 and was honorably discharg- 
ed April 11, 1919. 



LOWE, RALPH — Enlisted Aug, 
1916, in Headquarters Regiment, Com- 
pany D, 110th Infantry. Trained at 
Camp Hancock and Camp Dix and 
sailed May 1, 1918, Was seriously 



LUCAS, MKS, AHA B, — Daughter 
of Mrs, Elsie Storry of Latrobe, Pa. 
Enlisted in the Fall of 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock and was at- 
tached to the Medical Corps. Was an 



gassed in the battle of Chateau Thierry Operating Room Nurse and is still in 
returned to United States March 26, service. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 8, 1919. 



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LUTTNER. CHARLES J— Son of 



MeBRIDE. CHARLES— Son 



of 



McBRIDE, JAMES — Son of James 



McCABE. FRANCIS— Son of James 



Aiulrew and Rose Lultner. Enlisted James McBride. Enlisted Nov. 7. McBride of 212 Alexander St., La- McCabe of 616 Brinker Ave. Entered 

()(t. 7. 1917. Sent to Camp Lee, Va. 1917, with the Marines. Went over- trobe. Pa. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1918, was service July 21. 1918, was assigned to 

Sailed Jan. 11, 1918. Returned June seas Aug. 17. 1918, was in the battles assigned to Camp Pitt and attached to Camp Lee and attached to Company K, 

11. 1919. Honorably discharged June of Aleuse and Champagne, was slightly the S. A. T. C. Private McBride was 162nd Infantry,, 41st Division. He 

Irt, 1919 at Camp Dix, N. J. gassed, returned June 9, 1919 and was honorably discharged Dec. 12, 1918. went o.Ver&eas Sept. 6, 1918, returned 

honorably discharged June 25, 1919. July 27. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Aug. 5, 1919. 







McCALLEN. CHARLES— Son of Mr I^I.-CALLEX. JOHX RICHARD— Son 

and Mrs. John McCallen. Enlisted of Mr. and Mrs. John McCallen. Sent 

April 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. At- to Camp Hancock. Attached to Com - 

tached to Headquarters Company, 37th pany M, 28lh Division, 110th Infantry. 

Division. Sailed May 1918. Return- Sailed May 3, 1918. Was wounded 

ed Feb. 1919. Was honorably dis- in action at Marne July 28, 1918. Re 

charged Feb. 1919. turned May 1919. Was honorably 

discharged May 1919. 



McCALLEN. EDWARD — Son of Mr 



MrCLLMEXT. 



(.iLKNN - 



of 



and Mrs. John McCallen. Enlisted Philip McCIement. Entertd service 



1918. Was sent to Camp Lee. At - 
tached to Companv D, 320th Infantrv. 
80th Division. Sailed Aug. 1918. Was 
honorably discharged June 1919. 



May 27, 1918. was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 
Corps. Went overseas Aug. 1918, re- 
turned Aug. 1919 and was honorably 
discharged the same mouth. 







McCLEMENT, 



PAIL — Son 



of 



Philip McCIement, of Latrobe. Pa., R. 
D. No. 2. Enlisted in the Navy, May 
5. 1918. He was 3rd Class Quarter- 
master and is subject to recall. 



McCOKMICK. KOV — Son of .Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas McCormick of 106 Av- 
enue B. Latrobe, Pa. Entered service 
in 1918. was assigned to Camp Forrest 
and attached to the Engineers. He 
was honorably discharged May 1919. 



.M.CrLL(.)U(>H DA\'ll)— Son of M.-DONALD. SAMUEL — Son of Mr. 



Mrs. Margaret McCullough of Ireland. 
Entered service Sept. 29, 1917. was 
asigned to Fort McPherson and at • 
tached to the Medical Corps of Field 
Hospital No. 21. Went overseas May 
21. 1918, returned June 4. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 16, 
1919. 



and Mrs. Sam McDonald of Latrobe, 
Pa.. R. D. No. 3. Entered service Sept. 
1918, was assigned to Camp Forrest, 
and a tached to the 20th Engineers. 
Was honorably discharged Dec. 12, 
1918. 







McDowell, homer — Son of Mrs. 
Ella McDowell of 233 James St., La- 
trobe. Entered service Sept. 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and was 
honorably discharged a week later on 
account of a weak heart. 



McDowell, Robert — Son of 

Mrs. Ella McDowell of 233 James St., 
Latrobe, Pa. Entered service in 1918, 
was asigned to Camj) Lee and was 
honorably discharged 19 days later on 
account of defective knee. 



McDVER. JOSEPH— Son of Michael 
McDyer of 1010 Ligonier St., Latrobe, 
Pa. Entered service April 29, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and at ■ 
tached to Company B, 145th Infantry. 
Went overseas June 14, 1918 and was 
killed Sept. 26, 1918, by a sniper and 
is buried in the Romange Cemetary. 



McDYER. MARY A. — Daughter of 

Michael McDyer of 1010 Ligonier St.. 
Latrobe. Pa. Enlisted April 1. 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Fremont and 
was attached to the Army Nurse Corps. 
Was honorablv discharged Dec. 10, 
1918. 



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McFEATERS, DAVIS— Entered ser- 
vice June 1917, was assigned to Camp 
at Oakmont and attached to the 15th 
Engineers. ' Corporal McFeaters went 
overseas July 6. 1918. Returned May 
1, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 15. 1919. 



McGINNIS, 



HECTOR — Son 



of 



McGINNIS, WILLIAM — Son of McGINNIS. WILLIAM— Son of 



Harry McGinnis of Wood St., McChes- Harry McGinnis of Wood St., McChes- James McGinnis of 622 Brinker Ave., 



neytown. Pa. Enlisted May 1, 1917, 
attached to the Navy. Seaman Mc - 
Ginnis was honorablv discharged Oct. 
28, 1918. 



neytown. Pa. Entered service August 
15. 1918, was assigned to Camp Jack- 
son, was attached to the Motor Me - 
chanics. Corporal McGinnis was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 25, 1919. 



Latrobe, Pa. Entered service Sept. 
22, 1917. was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to ihe 307th Trench 
Motor Battery. Sergeant McGinnis 
went overseas May 1918. Returned 
March 4, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged March 21, 1919. 







McINTIRE. WILBEiv l'..--S..u uf .L 
Emory Mclntire. Enlisted I>ee. 8, 
1917. Sent to Kelly Field. Attached 



MrKAV, JOHN — Son of Mr and 
Mrs. Thomas McKay of Latrobe. Pa. 
Entered service in 1918, was assigned 



to Aerial Squadron, 484th Signal to Camp Custer, Company F, 310th 

Corps. Sailed March 4, 1918. Re- Engineers, 85th Division. Sailed July 

ceived two Citations. Was in the 22, 1918. Returned June 27, 1919 

battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse - Ar- and was honorablv discharged July 3. 

gonne. Returned Feb. 2, 1919. Was i919. 
honorably discharged same month. 



MrKELVEY, RUSSELL— Son of 
Mrs. Elizabeth McKelvey of 425 Wel- 
don St., Latrobe. Pa. Entered ser- 



M.KKXXA. CHARLES — Son of 
Jolin McKenna. entered service July 
23, 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 



vice July 22, 1918, was assigned to and attached to Company E 16th In- 

Camjt Lee attached to Company A. fantry. Went overseas Sept. 15, 1918, 

312th Infantry. 79th Division. Went returned Sept. 3, 1919 and was hon - 

overseas Oct. 10. 1919, returned June orably discharged Oct. 13, 1919. 
7, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 7, 1919. 







Mclaughlin, Bernard— son of mcklveen. .iames — Son of on- McMahon, frank e. — son of Mr. McManny, Robert— son of Mrs. 

John McLaughlin, Trauger, Pa. En- ver McKlveen. Enlisted July 3, 1915, and Mrs. J. P. McMahon. Entered the McManny of Derry, Pa. Enlisted in 

listed April 13, 1918 in the Canadian was assigned to Camp Hancock, at- service April 27, 1914. Ranked as 1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock, 

Engineers and trained at St. Johns, tached to Company I, 50th Infantry. Mess Sergeant with the 110th Infan- attached to Company M, 110th lufan- 

Quebec, Toronto and Halifax. Sailed Went overseas May 12 1918, wounded try. Sailed overseas May 3, 1918. Re- try, 28th Division went overseas May 

July 27. 1918, returned to U. S. July in the head and arms by shrapnel on turned to the United States May 12, 3, 1918, and was killed in the second 

9, 1919 and was discharged the same July 28, 1918, returned May 1919 and 1919 and was honorably discharged battle that Company M took part in. 

day. was honorably discharged the same May 23, 1919. 

month. 




McMILLEN EARNEST — Son of Mr. McMILLEN. RODNEY — Son of McGUIRE, WILLIAM — Son of MACEY, ANDREW S. — Son of 

Frank McMillen of Latrobe, Pa. En- Mr. Frank McMillen of Latrobe, Pa. James McGuire of 29 Grant St., La- Joseph and Mary Macey. Enlisted 
tered sarvice in 1917, was assigned to Enlisted Jan. 1917 with the Marines, trobe. Pa. Entered service Feb. 10, March 1, 1918. Sent to Camp Jones, 



Camp Lee, attached to Company B, He is still in the service. 
General Haig's Headquarters. Went 
overseas early in the Spring of 1918, 
and died while in the service, 1918. 



1917, was assigned to Camp Lee. and Douglass, Ariz. Headquarters, 16th 
attached to Company B, 317th Infan- Cavalry. Discharged honorably Sept. 
try, 80th Division. Went overseas 24, 1919 at Camp Dix, N. J. 
May 26, 1917. Returned June 1, 
1919 and was honorablv discharged 
June 10, 1919. 



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MALVIZZI. PETER — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Nino Malvizzi, entered ser- 
vice Jan. 19, 1918, was assigned to 
Fori Thomas, attached to the 1st Aero 
Squadron. Went overseas March 28, 
1918. returned June 12. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 12, 1919. 



MARKS, DOMER J. — Son of Ben- 
jamin Marks, Trauger, Pa. Entered 
service May 25, 1918, Base Hosi)ital 
No. 61 Camp Greenleaf, Ga. Later 
transferred to Camp Lee, Va. Sailed 
Sept. 23. 1918, returned to U. S. June 
1, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
Sept. 2, 1919. 



MARUSCAK, GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Mike Marusack. Enlisted 
191G. Was sent to Camp Hancock, Ga. 
Attached to Company M, 1 10th In - 
fantrv. 28th Division. Sailed Mav 3. 
1918. Was killed Sept, 5th in action. 
Was in all battles up to date when he 
was kiUed. 



NACE. JOHN — Born Aug. 17. 1900, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nace of 
Latrobe, Pa. Enlisted Sept. 7, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, at ■ 
tached to Company M, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division. He died Nov. 8, at 
Camp Hancock as the results of an 
operation. 







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MAKERY. CHARLES — Ent. 



.-r MAUIilOTT, JOHN — Son of Theo- MAXEY, RAY — Son of Mr. and Mrs. 

vice May 27, 1918, was assignt-d tu dure iUrriott of Latrobe, Pa. En- Thomas Maxey of Latrobe, Pa. En- 

Fort Oglethorpe and was attached to listed Aug. 1, 1917, was assigned to listed May 6. 1917 in the Navy. He 

Medical Department of the Base Hos- Camp Hancock, was attached to the was on board the Kanawha, went over- 

pital. He was honorably discharged Medical Department of Base Hospital seas Sept. 9, 1918, returned Feb. 28, 

Nov. 20, 1918. ' No. 98. Ranked as 1st Lieutenant. 1919 and was honorably discharged also went to Mexico. He is still in 

Went overseas Nov. 12, 1918, returned the same day. the service. 

Aug. 20, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Sept. 5, 1919. 



MAY, BERNARD — Son of Mrs. Ada 
May of Latrobe. Enlisted in 1917 in 
the Navy. He ranked as 1st Lieuten- 
ant (Jr. G.) Went overseas March 
1918, made several trips across and 







MAY. ALEXANDER — Son of Mrs 
Ada May. Enlisted in 1917. was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock, and attach- 
ed to Company M. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Sergeant May went over- 
seas May 3, 1918, was wounded in the 
back by high explosives, returned Feb. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
March 1919. 




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llAYERN'ICK, ANDREW— Son of MECHLIXG. JEAXXETTK— Eulisl >;I;i:AHAX. ALVIX-— .Son of Mr. 
Mrs John Mavernick. entered service ed Aug. 20, 1917, was assigned to El- and Mrs. Frank Megalian of Jean- 
March 1918. was assigned to Edgevin. lis Island and attached to the Army nette, Pa. Enlisted Oct. 23. 1918, was 
- - - - ■ jjj Xurse Corps. She went overseas Sept. assigned to Camp Meade and attached 
16. 27. 1917, was stationed with Base to the Medical Corps of the 154th De- 
Hospital No. 27 in France, returned i>ot Brigade. He ranked as 1st Lieu - 
March 13, 1919 and was honorably tenant and was honorably discharged 
discharged May 13, 1919. Dec. 15, 1918, 



attached to Gas -Defense Service 
was honorablv discharged May 
1919. 







MEKLIX, GUILO— Son of BLatrue MERSHOX, IRA— Entered service .MU'Kl-.V. tihuKGb— l,on of Mr. MIKuLuY. J"^^;^^"— f'"" . "^ ^f^J- 

Merlini, Italy. Entered service July Oct. 7, 1 917, was assigned to Camp Lee and Mrs. Daniel Mickey of Latrobe. ^'''ih-'el '^I'^o'°y;/°t'='-e^^ 

2, 1917, wa.s assigned to Gettysburg, and attached to Quartermaster's Pa. Entered service April 13, 1918, 4. 191b, was f^^ 8°^ V»^C«inp Forrest 

a tached to Company P, 4th Regiment. Con s, 18. 46, 1 and 2. Hewashon- was assigned to the Columbus Bar- ,j.,d attached to llth Casual Engineers. 

He went overseas Feb. 12, 1918 and orably dicharged July 28, 1919 with racks and attached to the Medical He was honorably discharged Dec. 21. 

was killed in action on July 22, 1918. ranK of Mess Sergeant. Corps. Was honorably discharged 1918. 

Juno 25, 1919. 



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MILLER. HARUV— Son of Mr. Ab - MILLER. HERBERT— Sua of Mr, MILLER, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. aud MILLER, HILARY — Son of Mr. and 

raliam Miller of 2415 Ligonier St., La- and Mrs. Peter Miller of Latrobe. Pa. ]\IrR. Peter Miller, Ligonier St., La- Mrs. M. A. Miller, entered service July 

trobe. Pa. Entered service Jnly 13. Entered service 1918. was assigned to trobe. Pa. Entered service 1918, was 24, 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee 

1918. was assigned to Camp Meade Camp Dix, and attached to the Medical assigned to Camp Lee and attached to and attached to Company F. 317th In - 

and attached to the 71st Infantry of Corps of the Base Hospital. M'enl Company A, BOSth Engineers, 80th fantry. 80lh Division. Went overseas 

the nth Division. ^\as honorabl> dis- overseas Nov. 1918. returned Aug. Division. Went overseas July 1918, Sept. lij, 1918, returned June 1, 1919 

charged Feb. 28, 1919. 1919 and was honorably discharged returned March 1919 and was honor- and was honorably discharged June 13, 

the same month. ably discharged April 8, 1919. 1919. 




MILLER, JULIUS— Son of John 
Miller of Latrobe. Pa.. R. D. No. 1. 
Entered service August 19, 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Jackson and at- 
tached to the Light Artillery. Was 
honorably discharged Dec. 31, 1918. 




MILLER, RAYMOND — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Peter Miller of Ligonier St., 
Latrobe. Pa. Enlisted in 1916, was 
assigned to the Navy Training School 
at New York, was on Louisanna, went 
across several times and is still in the 
service. 



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MITCHELL, GRANT — Son of David MONTJAR, DEL — Son of Samuel 
Mitchell of 315 Fairmont St., Latrobe, Montjar of Miller St., Latrobe. En- 
enlisted Oct. 1, 1918, was assigned to service Dec. 1917. was assigned to 
the Ohio Welfare tfniversity and at- Kelley Field and attached to the Aerial 
t ached to the S. A. T, C. He M'as Squadron 659. \\'ent overseas March 
honorably discharged Dec. 19, 1918. 1918, returned July 10, 1919 and was 

honorably discharged July 21, 1919. 








MONTJAR, JUDD — Son of Sannnl MoTT, PAUL — Son of Clifton Mott, 

Montjar of Miller St.. Latrobe. I'a. En- entered service Dec. 6, 1917, was as - 

lered service Ajiril 7. 1917, was as- signed to Cami> Greene and attached 

signed to Camp Hancock and attached to the Motor Mechanics Air Service. 



to Company M, 110th Infantry. 2Sth 
Division. Went o verses May 3, 1918, 
was slightly gassed, returned May ] 1. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1918, was slightly gassed, re- 
turned May 11, 1919 and \\'as honor- 
ably discharged May 23, 1919. 



went overseas July 15, 1918, returned 
June 29, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the 10th of July 1919. 



MEWHERTER, RAY — Son of Harry MOFF, JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. Ed- 

Mewherter, entered service May 22, ward Moff, of Latrobe, Pa. Entered 

1917, assigned to Camp Dix, attached service Oct. 6, 1917, was assigned to 
to Supply Co., 110th Infantry. 28th Camp Lee, went overseas May 18. 
Division. He went overseas May 3, 1918 and was attached to Company D, 

1918. returned July 11, 1919 and was 320th Infantry. 80th Division. Re- 
honorably discharged. turned May 30, 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged June 6, 1919. 






MORAN, JAMES— Son of Mrs. Mary 
Moran. Enlisted 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Lee, went overseas July 1918, 
and was attached to Company A, 316th 
Infantry, 79th Division. He returned 
May 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



MULLEN, JOHN — Born June 8. 
1898, son of John Miller of Ligonier 
St., Latrobe, Pa. He enlisted May 
1917, in the Naval Reserves as Ma- 
chinist's Mate. He was honorably 
discharged April 1, 1919. 



MULLEN. VINCENT — Son of John MURPHY, VINCENT: — Son of Jolm 

Mullen of Ligonier St., Latrobe, Pa. Murphy of James St., Latrobe, Pa. 
Entered service 1918, was assigned to Entered service Sept. 1917, was as- 
Bueknell University, attached to the signed to Camp Lee, went overseas 
S. A. T. 0. He was honorably dis- March 13, 1918 and was attached to 
charged Dec. 21, 1918. the 147tlL Artillery. He returned May 

1919 and was honorably discharged the 

same month. 



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MURRAY. MICHAEL — Entered ser- 
vii-e April 5. 1918. was assigned to 
Camp Lee. went overseas, was attached 
to Company H, 319th Infantry, 28th 
Uivision. was wounded in knee caus- 
ing loss of right leg, returned and was 
honorably discharged Aug. 12, 1919. 




MTRRAY. PETER — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Patrick Murray, entered service 
Sept. 23. 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attadied to 321st Machine 
Gun Hattalion. AVent overseas May 
1918. returned May 19. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 30, 1919. 





MURRAY. ROBB— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Murray of Latrobe, Pa., 
entered service May 25. 1918. was as- 
signed to Railway, attached to the 
Medii-al Corps of Base Hospital No, 3 
and was honoraldv discharged June 24, 
1919. 



MULLEN, JOHN R. — Born Jan. 20. 
1891. son of Mrs. Ella Mullen. En- 
tered service Sept. 23, 1917. in Com- 
pany H. 327th Infantry. 82nd Division 
at Cam]) Lee. He was ]»romoted to 
Sergeant and served overseas, return - 
ing in June 1919, when he was dis- 
charged from the service. 




Ml'ERS, LEROY — Born June 5, 
1896, son of Henry Mvers of Latrobe, 
Pa. Enlisted May 29, 1918 in the 
Navy and was assigned to Norfolk. He 
went overseas Nov. 1918, returned 
Nov. 1919 and was relieved from ser- 
vice. 




MUIR. THOMAS — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah Muir of Latrobe, Pa. Entered 
service in 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Meade, went overseas June 9, 1918, 
was attached to the 301st Laundry 
Unit, slightly gassed, returned March 
13, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
March 25, 1919. 




MYERS. WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Calvin Myers. He entered 
service Sept. 4. 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Dix, went overseas Oct. 21, 
1918, was attached to Comx>any B, 
72nd Engineers, returned July 11. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 17, 1919. 




NESSLER. JAMES A. — Son of Mrs. 
Jlichael (i. Nessler, entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the Headquarters's 
Company of the 328th Infantry. AVeht 
overseas May 1918, returned May 21, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 6, 1919. 




NIEHoJy.VK. l.VNAf V S ^.Sm, ,,f 
Mr. Stephen Nieborak. 320 Miller St.. 
Latrobe. He entered the service Sept. 
4. 1918. assigned to Camp Sherman, 
later to Forrest, attached to 124th En- 
gineers, Company A. He was honor - 
ably discharged Dec. 23, 1918. 





N"f:ii»i-.i;, :\iATTiii':\\ s \\- sun ,.i 

ilr. and Mrs. Geo. Neider. He entered 
the service Feb. 11, 1918, assigned to 
Camp Lee, attached to the 313th Field 
Artillery. Batlery C, 80th Division. He 
went overseas May 1918. was in the 
battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse-Ar- 
goune, returned June 1919, was honor- 
ably discharged June 1919. 




NEIMAN. JOSEPH — Born July 25. 
1889, son of Mr. George Neiman. La- 



NEWMAN. GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
Chas. Newman. Entered the service 



trobe. Penna. He entered the service April 20, 1917, assigned to Camp 



July 18. 1917. assigned to Camp Lee, 

attached to the i9th Infantry. Com- 
panv C. AVas honorably discharged 

June 15, 1919. 



Meade and Mills. Went overseas July 
7. 1918. was wounded bv shrapnel 
Sept. 1918. Returned Aug. 5. 1919. 
was honorably discharged Aug. 12, 
1919. 




NEWMAN. JOHN— Son of Mrs. M. 
L. Nickens, entered service Aug. 3. 
1918. was assigned to Camp Custer, 
later to Camj) Grant and attached to 
Company I, 803rd Infantry. 92nd Di- 
vision. Went overseas Sept. 17, 1918, 
returned July 29, 1919 and honorably 
discharged Aug. 3, 1919 with the rank 
of Sergeant. 




NOEL. JOHN— Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
L. Noi'l. entered service 1918. was as- 
signed to Camj) Lee and attached to 
Company H, 319th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision. Went over.seas, was slightly 
wounded, returned June 1919 and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 




NOLAN. JOHN W, — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs Wm. Nolan. Entered the service 
1917, assigned to Camp Lee and Gor- 
don Went overseas June 28, 1918. 
Attached to 307th Supply Train, Com- 
pany A. Ranked as Corporal. Re- 
turned May 6. 1919, was in battles of 
Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel and Mor- 
bach sector. Was honorably dis- 
charged May 13, 1919. 




U'HARA. DANIEL— Horn 
1894, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
O'Hara. He entered service l£ 
assigned to Camjt Lee and atta 
the 155th Depot Brigade, 
honorably discharged Dee. 16, 



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ONDRIZEK, LEWIS — Entered ser ■ ONDRIEZEK. JAMES — Son of Mr, O'ROURKE. JOHN — Sou of Uv.i. O' TUOLE. GEORGE — Son of Mrs. 

vice Oct. 6, 1917. assigned to Camp and Mrs. John Ondriezek. He entered Sarali O'Rourke. enlisted May 23. Catherine O'Toole. entered service 
Lee. went overseas March 28, 1918. service July 22, 1918, was assigned to 1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock. July 23, 1918, was assigned to Barron 



was attached to Comi)any D, 320th In- Camp Lee, and was attached to Com ■ 

fantry, 80th Division. He returned pany B, C. 0. T. S. He was honor- 

March 21, 1919 and was honorably ably discharged Feb. 15, 1919. 
discharged April 6. 1919. 



Attached to Company M. 110th In- Field, later to Wadsworth. Was with 

fantry, 28th Division. W'ent overseas Aviation, later Army Hospital, as a 

May 3, 1918. was slightly gassed, re- Chaplain. He was honorably dis- 

turned March 4. 1919 and was hon- charged Aug. 21, 1919 with rank of 

orably disciarged April 13, 1919. Captain. 




PADEN. GEORGE— Son of George 
Paden, entered service June 2, 1919, 
was assigned to the New York Train- 
ing Camp and attached to the Navy. 
He is still in service. 




PARK, ARTHUR— Son of Mrs. PARIZEK, CHARLES — Son of PATTERSON. ROBERT— Son of 

Lillie Park, entered service Aug. 18, Prank Parizek. He entered service Robert Patterson. He entered service 

1917, was assigned to Camp Mills, Feb. 11, 1918, was assigned to Lee, 19i7, was assigned lo Camp Dix, went 

went overseas Oct. IS, 1917, was at- went overseas May 25, 1918, was at- overseas, was attached to Medical 

tached to 150th Machine Gun Batta- tached to Co. D, 149th Artillery. Rain- Corps, returned May 1919 and was 

lion, 42nd Division, returned Feb. 22. bow Division, returned April 25, 1919 honorably discharged the same month. 

1919 and was honorably discharged and was honorably discharged May 

March 13, 1919. 3, 1919. 







PEARCE. JOHN A.— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Pearce. He entered ser - 
vice 19j.7, was assigned to Camp Lee, 
was attached to Company A, 601st En- 
gineers, went cverseas June 1918, re- 
turned July 6. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged July 12, 1919. 



PERGAMALIS, JAMES — Son of 
Stelios Pergamalis. He entered ser- 
vice Oct. 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Devins. attached to Company B, 28th 
Infantry. 1st Division. He went over- 
seas July 1918. was slightly gassed, 
returned March 9, 19l9 and was hon- 
orably discharged March 24, 1919. 



PERSHING. CLARENCE— Son of 
H. W. Pershing, entered service Aug. 
6, 1918, was assigned to Camp Wads- 
worth and attached to the Evacuation 
Hospital No. 9. W^ent overs.eas Sept. 
25. 1918, returned June 27. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 3. 
1919 



PHTLLTPPI. NEIL — Son of Mrs. 
Jan-3 Phillippi. Entered service 1916, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, at- 
tached 10 Company M, llOth Infantry, 
28th Division, went overseas May 
1918, and was killed in the battle of 
Chateau Thierry, ou Aug, 2, 1918, by 
an air raid. 




PHILLirri. KALl'lJ— Sou uf Mr.s. I'oTTHOFF, li. W. — Born Au;;. ::, I'ljl'TlloPF. HARRY Sun ut Mr. 

Jane Phillippi. He enlisted 1916, was 1896, son of H. B. Potthoff of Ligonier and Mrs. H. B. Potthoff of Latrobe, 



I'OTTHOFP. LEO— Son of H. B. 
Potthoff of Ligonier St., Latrobe, Pa. 



assigned to Camp Hanco'-k, attached St., Latrobe, Pa. He entered service Pa. He entered service in the winter He entered service June 10, 1912, 

to Company M. llOth Infantry, 28th April 7, 1917, was assigned to Naval of 1918, was assigned to Camp Hali- was assigned to Fort Bliss, attached 

Division. He went overseas May 31. Reserve S. S. Garner as Seaman. "Was bard, was attached to S. P. U. 420th to Troop 8, of the Cavalry, 1st Divi- 

1917, was wounded twice, returned honorably discharged March 5, 1919. Motor Transport Corps, went overseas sion. He holds rank of 2nd Lieuten- 

May 1919 and was honorably dis- Nov. 8, 1918 and is still in service. ft»t and is still in service 
charged the same month. 



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PRASNITZ, RUDOLPH— Sou of PRICE. ANTHONY A.— Sou of Wm. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prasuitz, Eu- F. Price eulered tlie service in June 

tered service Feb, 11, 1918. Assigned 1917 in Company M, 110th Infantry, 

to Camp Lee. Attached to Company 28th Division. Was sent to Camp 

C, 313th Machine Gun Company, 80th Hancock. Sailed overseas May 3. 

Division. Went overseas May 1918, 1919. Returned to U. S. and was 

returned June 1919 and was honor- honorably discharged in May 1919. 
iibly discharged the same month. 



PRICE. HARMON E.— Sou of AVm. _ PUNDAI, JOHN— Son of Mr. and 
F. Price entered the service Sept. Mr?. Andr'_'w Pundai, enlisted June 5, 
1917 with Company H. 131st lufan- 1916. Assigned to Camp Hancock, 
try. was sent to Camp Gordon and Attached to Company M, llOth Infan- 
sailed for overseas Oct. 1919. Killed try, 28th Division. Went overseas 
in action the 5th of Sept. 1918. May 3, 1918, was gassed, returned 

May 16, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 23, 1919. 






PL'XItAI JOSEPH — Son of ilr. an<l gl'KER. CLAHKNCE — Sun of W il i^l INN. -K iSEPH^Son ui Mv. nn.i t^»L'IXLEVAN, HARRY — Son of 

Mrs. Andrew Pundai, enlisted June 4. liani Queer. Entered service July 22, Mrs. James Quiun. Entered service Mrs. Sarah Quinlevau. He entered 

1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock. 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee, at- 1918, was assigned to Camp Forrest, service June 1917, was assigned to 

Attached to Company M, 110th In- tached to Truck Company 10, Pro- and attached to Company B, 108th Kelley Field, Texas, and was attached 

fantry. 28th Division. Went overseas visional Motor Supply Train. Went Engineeis, 33rd Division. Went over- to the Medical Corps of the Hospital. 

May 3, 1918, was gassed, returned overseas Oct. 28, 1918, returned July seas Oct. 1918, returned June 1919 He was honorably discharged Feb. 27, 

May 9 1919 and was honorably dis- 20, 1919 and was honorably discharged and was honorably discharged the 1919. 

charged with rank of Sergeant May 31, July 25, 1919. same month. 
1919. 






REED. AMY — Danghu-r ol Mr. and 



KKKD. HAKKV — Son ol Mr. and 



REED. THOMAS^ — Son oi Thomas 



Mrs. John Reed. She enlisted Sept. Mrs. S. P. Reed. Entered service Feb 
1918, was assigned to Camp Dix Base 23, 1918, -".^as assigned to Camp Mills, 
Hospital and attached to the Red and attached to Battery F, 345th Regi- 
Cross Nurse Corps. She was honor- ment, 90th Division. \N'eut overseas 
ably discharged Sept. 4, 1919. June 30, 1918, returned June 7, 1919 

end was honorably discharged June 14, ablv discharged Sept. 1919. 

1919. 



Reed. Entered service July 24, 1918. 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to C. B, 16th Infantrv. 1st Divi- 
sion. Sailed Sept. 12. 1918. Re- 
turned Sept. 5, 1919 and was honor- 



Ki'.Ei'lX.r, JomJPH 1'— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Reeping, entered ser- 
vice Jan. 1918. He was sent to Port- 
ress Monroe, attached to the 41 at 
Coast Artillery Corps, transferred to 
Camp Joseph E. Johnson, was made 
Corporal and honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 7, 1918. 





RKEVES, JOHN — Son of Mr. and REEVES, LEONARD — Son of Mr. 

Mrs. P. J. Reeves. He enlisted May and Mrs. P. J. Reeves. He enlisted 

6, 1917, was assigned to Custer, later May 24. 1917, was assigned to League 

to Lee and attached to the Infantry Island and attached to the U. S. S. 

Replacement Training Camp. He Wanderer, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 

holds rank of 2nd Lieutenant and was He went overseas Sept. 22, 1917, re- 

honorably discharged Dec. 24, 1918. turned Jan. 1919 and was honorably 

discharged the same month. 



RKEVES, THOMAS KEVIN — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Reeves. He 
enlisted Sept. 21, 1918, was assigned 
to Villanova Training Camp, and at- 



RICH, CHARLES — Sou u£ Mr. and 
Mrs. Lewis Rich. He entered service 
1918, was assigned to Cami) Lee and 
attached to the Quartermaster Detach 



tached to the S. A. T. C. He was ment. He was honorably discharged 
honorably discharged Dec. 22, 1918. May 8, 1919. 



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RICH. MICHAEL — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lewis Rit-h. He entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the Postal Express 
Service. He went overseas Dec. 4, 
1917, returned July 7. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the same month. 



RIDILLA. JOSEPH— Son of Peter 
Ridilla. entered service Sept. 3, 1918. 
was assigned 1o Camp Forest, and at- 
tached to Company C, 129th Engineers. 
Went overseas Oct. 1918, returned 
July 9, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged July 15, 1919. 



RICHARDS. JOHN F. — Son of 
Armstrong Richards- Entered the ser- 
vice in May 1918 with Company E, 
51st Infantry, 6th Division. Was 
was assigned to Camp Forrest, and at- 
1918. Returned to U. S. and was 
honorably dicharged from service in 
Marth 1919. 



RIGGS, RICHARD — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. Robert Riggs. He enlisted 1916, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock and 
attached to Company M, 110th In- 
fantry. 28th Division. He went over- 
.•leas May 1918, was wounded Aug. 2, 
1918, returned Jan. 1919. Honorably 
discharged Feb. 1919. 







K()Al>.\i \ < ! \ iM.KS- Sdii nl <:. 

H. Roadman, cutcrL-d .service May 25, 
1918. was assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf and attached to the 61st Field 
Artillery. Went overseas Aug. 18, 
1918. T'-turned April 26, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged April 29, 1919. 



UlHiii \\ILL1A.M M— S..P uf An 
dre -v and Rebecca RoI.il.>, Enlisted 
Feb. 12, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee, 
Va., 319th Infantry, 80th Division. 
Sailed May 18. 1918. In battles of 
Artois sector, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Ar- 
gonne. Returned June 2, 1919, Hon- 
orably discharged June 12, 1919. 



li(iBlXS<jX. JOJIX — Sen of Mr. nn.". 
Mr.i. J. M. Roinnson. Entered service 
July 16, 1917, and was assigned to 
U. S. S. Massachusetts. He went 



!;n];lXS(iX, RALPH — Sun uf Mr. 
and ^Irs. ). M- Robinson, entered ser- 
vice May 27, 1918, was assigned to 
Paris Island and attached to the 5th 



overseas Feb. 1918, made several trips Brigade of JIarines. He went overseas 
across and was honorably discharged Oct. 16, returned Aug 6. 1919 and was 
Feb. 10, 1919. honorably discharged Aug. 11, 1919. 




RABLK. FRANK — Son of Mr. iind 
Mrs. M. Rable entered service 1916, 
was assigned to New]iort News and 
attached to the Navy. He is still in 
service. 






ROiiLK. JOHN— Son uf Mr. and KoliLK. RUDOLPH— Son uf Mr. ROCLRS. JOHN— Snn m K,h\;ird 

Mrs. M. Roble, enlisted 1916, was as- and Mrs. M. Roble. entered service Rogers, enlisted in the Sunnner of 

signed to Camp Hancock. Attached April 1918. was assigned to Camp Lee, 1917, was assigned to OaUmont. At- 

to Companv M, 110th Infantrv. 28th attached to 315th Machine Gun Com- tached to the Ordnance Department. 

Division, w'ent overseas May 1917. was pany. 80th Division. He went over- He went overseas in the Summer of 

slightly wounded, returned May 1919 seas May 1918, was slightly wounded, 1917. returned in Fall of 1919 and 

and was honor;il)!y discharged the same returned June 1919 and was honor- was honorul)ly discharged Aug. 5, 

month. " ably discharged the same month. 1919. 







ROLLA, EDWARD — Son of W. H. 
RoUa. entered service Sept. 23, 1917. 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to Company E. 17 th Engineers. 
Went overseas March 23, 1918, re- 
turned March 11, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged April 12, 1919. 



ROTH, WALTER J. — Son of George 
Roth. Entered service May 1918 and 
served as a Corporal with Hospital No. 
6. Was sent to Camp George and 
later to Camp Lee. Sailed Aug. 1918 
and returned in May, 1919. He was 
honorably discharged in Jun-j 1919. 



RUFFNER, J A.:\IES--Son of Mr 
and Mrs. John Ruffner. Entered ser- 
vice 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 



RUFFNEi:. JOJIX— Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Ruffner. entered service 
Nov. 1, 1917, was assigned to Camp 



and attached to 601st Engineers. He Meade, attached to the Medical De 
w.ent overseas Feb. 1918, was slightly partment of 1st Division. Went over- 
gassed. Returned April 1919 and is sea^ Feb. 1918, returned July 6. 1919 
still in service. Jmd was honorably discharged with 

rank of Sergeant. 



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RUFFNER. JOHN — Son of ■\Villiam 
and Laura Ruffner. Enlisted May 25. 
1918. Sent to Camp Lee, Va. In 
Camp Surgeon's ofFiee. Honorably 
discharged Feb. 3, 1919 at Camp Lee. 



RULLO. illKE — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. D. RuUo, entered service Sept. 
5, 1918, was assigned to Camji Green- 
leaf. Attached to Base Hospital No. 
91. Went overseas Oct. 6, 1918, re- 
turned May 27. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 2. 1919. 



RUNDLE. JOE R. — Son of Joseph 
Rundle. Entered service Dec. 26. 
1917 in the Marines. Paris Island. S. 
C. Sailed April 23, 1918 and took 
part in the battles of Chateau Thierry 
Belleau AVood. Soisson and St. Mihiel. 
He was wounded and slightly gassed. 
Returned May 13, 1919. 



RYNKOFSKY. ALEXANDER — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatious Rynkofsky, 
entered service May 1918, was assign- 
ed to Camp Lee, and !:ttached to 54th 
Guard Company. Went overseas July 
22. 1918, and is still in service. 





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SCHALL. LKKOV--MK of E. H. 
Schall. entered service 1917. was as- 
signed to Cani]> Merrit and attached to 
4th Battalion 20th Engineers. Went 
overseas Jan. 4, 1918. was transferred 
to 45th Base Hospital L'nit, returned 
July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged with rank of 1st Lieutenant. 



SCHOTT, F. M. — Son of Mrs. 
Jeannie Schott. entered service 1918. 
was assisned to Camp Custer and at- 
tached to 160th Depot Brigade. He 
was honorably discharged Jan. 1919. 



SELEKMAN, MAX — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Selekman enlisted Oct. 1 
1918. was assigned to University of 
Pittsburgh and attached to the S. A. 
T. C. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 18. 1918. 



SEMLER. HOWARD— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Conrad Semler. entered ser- 
vice June 1917, was assigned to Al^en- 
town and attached to 530th Section 
of Ambulance Corjjs. AVent overseas 
in Spring of 1918, returned March 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
the same mouth. 




SEkENA. FRANK— ?!inn ft .Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Serena, entered service 
Sept. 1917. was assigned to Caniii Lee 
and attached to 321st Field Artillery. 
Went overseas May 19, 1918. returned 
yiny 20, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Corporal. 



SERENA. LAWRENCE — S-ui <it Mr, 
and Mrs. Frank Serena, entered ser- 
vice Aug. 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Lee, and attached to Company C, Train 
Battalion. He was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 1918. 



SERENA. MICHA1-.L— feou of Mr. SESSf. ALKXANi»EK — Son of 

j:nd Mrs. Frank Serena, enlisted June Henry Sessi, entered service May 26, 



4. 1917. was as.signed to Camp Han- 
cock, and attached to Company M. 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 3, 1918. was slightly 
gassed, returned May 16, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



1918, was assigned to Camp Green - 
leaf and attached to Base Hospital 
No. 214. Went overseas Sept. 1, 1918 
leturned Jaly 24, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged July 30, 1919. 




SESSI. FRANK— Sun of H.ury 
Sessi. entered service Sept. 22, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp (Jordon and at- 
tached to Company C, 320th Machine 
Gun Company. 82nd Di\';siou. Went 
overseas Ai)ril 25, 1918, returnee^ May 
6, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 13. 1919. 



SESSIE. JOHN L.— Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. Antonio Sessie. Enlisted Sept. 
23, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee. 
Attached to Infantry, Company G, 
326th Regiment, 82nd Division. Sail- 
ed April 27, 1918. Returned June 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 10, 1919. 



SESSI, I'REMO^ — Sou of Henry 
Sessi, entered service May 26. 1918. 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to the Medical Corps. Went 
overseas Sept. 1, 1918. returned Aug. 
20. 1919 and was honorably discharged 
Aug. 27. 1919. 



SHAFFER. JAMES— Sou of Her- 
man Shaffer, entered service July 30. 
1918. was assigned to Camp Forrest. 
attached to the 122nd Engineers. 
Went overseas Oct. 1918. returned 
July 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged July 18, 1919. 



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SHAFFER, PAUL — Son of Herman SHAFFER. THOMAS — Son of Mrs. 



SHARP. JOSEPH — Son of Mr. and SHARP, WESLEY— Son of Mr. and 



Shaffer, entered service June 1919, M. T. Shaffer, entered service Oct. 6, Mrs. T. M. Sharp, entered service 1918 Mrs. T. M. Sharp, entered service 

was assigned to Camp Afeade and at- 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee, went was assigned to Camp Dix, and at- 1917, was assigned to AVashington. D. 

tached to the Artillery. Went over- overseas Feb. 10, 1918, was attached tached to the Central Investigation C, and attached to Ordinanct Dept. 

seas June 1919 and is still in service, to the 15th Company 1st Regiment in Record Office. Went overseas May He holds the rank of 5nd Lieutenant 

French Aviation. Returned June 18, 1918, returned Aug. 1919 and was and is still in service. 

1919 and was honorably discharged honorably discharged with rank of 

with rank of Corporal. Sergeant Major. 








SHAW. ALMON — Son of Amos SHEEHAN. FRANCIS — Son of Mr. SHERER. CHARLES — Son of Jacob SHERIDAN. ANN--Daughter of Mr. 

Shaw, entered service Sept. 1918, was and Mrs. William Sheehan, entered Shearer, entered service Oct. 7, 1917. and Mrs. Thomas Sheridan, enlisted 

assigned to Bucknell University and service Nov. 28, 1917, was assigned to was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 1917. was assigned to Pitt University, 

attached to the S. A. T. C. He was Sanaton, Texas, and attached to the ed to the Quartermaster Corps. Went and attached to U. S. Army Nurse 

honorably discharged Dec. 17. 1918. 330th Aero Squadron. Went overseas overseas Feb. 27. 1918, returned July Corps. Went overseas Sept. 1917, was 

July 31, 1918, returned Dec. 1918 and 16. 1919 and was honorably discharged stationed at Base Hospital No. 27. 

was honorably discharged Dec. 15, July 23, 1919 with rank of Sergeant, returned March 1919 and was honor- 

1918. ably discharged May 1919. 






SHERIl'.W, .mux-- s.in nf Mr. an.l SllIXKn, ANHKI^W"- Sun .it An SIllNKO. .H »I1\ - -Snn of Andrew SHINKO. SVK V\ L - ion of Andrew 

Mrs. Thomas Sheridan, entered service, drew SUiuko, enlerud service Sept. 9, Shinko, enlisted Feb. 2, 1918, was sent Shinko, entered service May 6, 1918, 

was assigned to West Point and at 1918, was sent to Camp Green and to Waco, Texas and later Camp Dix. was sent to Camp Lee and placed with 

tached to 71st Field Artillery. Battery placed with Company F, 30th Infan- He sailed July 18, 1918. had his left Conrpany A. 51st Infantry. He sailed 

F. He was honorably discharged try, 3rd Division. Sailed May 1, 1918, leg broken in a fall from his plane, July 1918, returned Sept. 1919 and 

March 1919. returned Aug. 23, 1919 and was hon- returned Dec. 10. 1918 and was hon- was honorably discharged later that 

orably discharged Aug. 28, 1919 with orably discharged the 23rd of that month. 

the rank of Corporal. month. 







yaiNSKY, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. SHIREY, CARL E— ,Son ui Danu'I SHIREY, IHWIN P.— Son of Philip WllOW ERS, EDWARD A. — Sou of 

and Mrs. Peter Shinsky. Enlisted C. Shirey, entered service July 23, Shirey, enlistod Oct. 11. 1918 in the John H. Showers entered the service 

May 24, 1918. Was sent to Camp 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, at- S. A. T. C. University of Pittsburgh, in the Fall of 1918 with Base Hospital 

Greenleaf, Ga. Attached to Medical tached to the Medical Corps and on attached to Company F and was honor - 

Corps, Base Hospital No. 9. Sailed Sept. 1, 1919, was still in service. ably discharged Dec. 10, 1918. 

Oct. 1918. Returned April 10, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged April 22, 
1919. 



No. 11. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and Camp Dix. Sailed for overseas 
Oct. 1918. Returned and was honor- 
ably discharged in Aug. 1919. 



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SHIREY. JOSEPH — Son of Oliver 
Shirey, enlisted Dec. 14, 1917, was as- 
signed to Illinois and attached to the 
Head quarter's Flying Sohooi Detach • 
ment. Was honorably discharged 
Feb. 21, 1919 with rank of Lieutenant. 



SHIREY. RAYMOND — Son of Geo. 
Shirey, entered service Sept. 23, 1917 
was assigned to Ciimp Lee and attach- 
ed to Company C, 307th Engineers, 
82nd Division. Went overseas May 
19, 1918, returned June 15. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged with rank of 
Sergeant. 



SIEMON, FREDERICK H. — Son ot 
Adam Siemon. Entered service May 
25, 1918, Medical Corps, Base Hos- 
pital No. 61, Camp Greenleaf. Was 
made Scrgi-ant and sailed Aug. 22. 
1918. Returned May 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged fifteen days later. 



SHOWALTER, HILARY — Son of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Showalter, enlisted May 
1916. was assigned to Camp Hancock 
and attached to Company M, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. He was honor- 
ably discharged on Jan. 25, 1919 with 
rank of Corporal. 








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SHOWALTER, MAURICE— Son of 
William Showalter, enlisted Sept. 
1917, was assigned to Camp Meade 
and attached to the 304th Ammunition 
Train. 79th Division. Went overseas 
July 1918, returned June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged with rank 
of 1st Lieutenant. 



SHOWALTER. CLARENCE — Son of 
Wiliam Showalter, entered service May 
31, 1917, was assigned to Fort Ben- 
jamin and attached to the 55th En- 
gineers. Went overseas June 1918, 
returned June 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged with rank of Ser- 
geant. 



SHOWALTER, EUGENE— Son of 
William Showalter. enlisted May 1917. 
was assigned to Camp Hancock and 
attached to Company M, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. Went over- 
seas June 1918, was slightly wounded, 
returned June 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged with rank of CorporaL 



SHOWERS. LEWIS— Son of Mrs. 
Mary Patterson, enlisted May 29, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock. At- 
tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Went overseas May 3, 
3 918, returned May 12, 1919 and was 
Corporal. 







SIARD. HOWARD— Son of Mr. and 
Airs. James Siard. entered service July 
22, 1918. was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Officers' Training 
School. He was honorably discharged 
Nov. 22, 1918 with rank of Corporal. 



SINKEY, STEPHEN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Stephen Sinkey, entered ser- 
vice March 9. 1918. was assigned to 
Fort Sill and attached to the 202nd 
Air Service. He was honorably dis- 
charged March 20, 1919. 



SIPE, CHARLES — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Sipe, enlisted May 31, 
1916, was assigned to Mexican Border, 
attached to Company M, 110th Infan- 
try, 28th Division, later detached and 
sent to Fort Niagara to Officers' 
Training School. He was honorably 
discharged Jan. 24, 1919 as 1st Lieu- 
tenant. 



SKELLEY, DOMINICK— Sou of 
Henry and Emma Skelley. Enlisted 
March 2, 1917. Sent to Camp Lee. 
Sailed June 1917. In battle of Ar- 
gonne Forest. Gassed and shell- 
shocked, returned March 1919 and was 
honorably discharged March 1919. 







SMITH, HUGHES— Son of Mr. and 
ilrs. W. H. Smith, entered service 
Oct. 2. 1918, was assigned to Fort 
Thomas, and attached to the Army. 
He was honorably discharged Dec. 15, 
1918. 



SMITH, LEWIS— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. G. A. Smith, entered service Oct. 
8, 1918, was assigned to Detroit, Mich. 
Attached to 816th Aero Squadron. He 
was honorably discharged March 10. 
1919 with rank of Sergeant. 



SMITH. KENETH — Son of Daniel 
Smith, entered service June 1, 1919. 
was assigned to the Ambulance Driver 
Corps, went overseas June 11, 1918, 
returned April 26, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged with rank of Ser- 
geant. 



SMITH, MALCOLM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Smith, entered ser- 
vice, was assigned to Camp Forrest 
and attached to Company I, 52nd In- 
fantry, 6th Division. Went overseas 
July 5. 1918, returned Feb. 2. 1919 
and" was honorably discharged Feb. 16, 
1919. 



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SMITH. MICHAEL — Son of Audy SPROCH. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 

Smith. Enlisted Sept. 5. 1916. Sail- Mrs. John Sproch. Enlisted March 6, 

ed June 11, 1918. In the battles of 1918. Engaged in the battle of 

Meuse- Argonne, Flanders and St. Mi- Chateau Thierry. Returned from 

hiel. Was slightly gassed. Received overseas Aug. 1919. Was honorably 

iive citations. Returned Aug. 28. discharged Aug. 1919. 
1919. Was honorably discharged 
Sept. 3, 1919. 



SOLES. ELMER — Son of Clarence SONNEFELT. JOHN— Son of Mr. 

Soles, entered service June 2, 1918. and Mrs. Anthony Sonnefelt, entered 

was assigned to Fort Oglethorpe and service April 5, 1918, was assigned to 

attached to the Medical Corps. He Camp Lee and attached to Company 5, 

was honorably discharged June 15, 2nd Training Battalion. He was hon- 

1919 with rank of Sergeant. orably discharged Jan. 1, 1919 with 

rank of Cook. 




STAHL, FRANK — Son of Isiah 
Stahl, entered service Dec. 19. 1917. 
was assigned to Camp McPherson, and 
attached to the Medical Corps. Went 
overseas March 1918, returned June 
1919 and was honorably discharged the 
same month. 



STAIRS, HENRY M. — Son of Jonas 
Stairs. Enlisted July. 1917 in Com- 
pany E, 110th Infantry, 28th Division 
and was sent to Cami) Hancock. He 
was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. 
Sailed May J 918. Was in the battles 
of Argonno Forest and Marue. Was 
slightly gassed. Returned April 1919 
and was honorably discharged. 



STEELE, JOSEPH — Son of Andrew | STEWART, McKAY — Son of Jacob 



Steele, entered service in the Fall of 
1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, 
and attached to the Medical Corps. 
He was honorably discharged in the 
Spring of 1919 with the rank of 2nd 
Lieutenant. 



Stewart, entered service May 25, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Greenleaf. Attached 
to Base Hospital No. 61. Sailed Aug. 
22, 1918. returned April 18, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged April 29, 
1919. 






STEWAK'I', i.Lolviil';, .)!;. - Sau ui s'ri:\\Ai;T, .iacoi: .ll;. — Son of 

Geo. Stewart, cutcrfd .service June 4, Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Stewart, entered 
1918, was assigned to Camp Dix, and .service in July 1918. He was sent to 
attached to the Aviation. He was Camp Lee. placed with Company L, 
honorably discharged Nov. 23, 1918. 16th Infantry, sailed Sept. 1918, re- 
turned Sept. 191G and was honorably 
discharged from service, 



STEWART, JOSEPH — Son of Jacob 
Stewart. Entered service May 25, 
1918, went to Camp Greenleaf. At- 
tached to Medical Corps. Sent over 



STRONG, GEORGE— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Stephen Strong, entered ser- 
vice 19 L7, was assigned to Camp Lee, 
attached tn Company M, 320th Regi- 



seas Sept. 2, 1918, returned July 22, ment, 3rd Division. Went overseas 
1919 and was honorably discharged April 1918 and was killed Oct. 4, 
from service later that month. 1918 at Argonne. 




STROUSE, LEON— Sun of (JhurU-s 
Strouse, entered service June 1. 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Crane and at- 
tached to the Ambulance Service. 
Went overseas June 13, 1918, returned 
April 23, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Corporal. 



SULLIVAN. JOHN — Sun uf Mi.harl 
Sullivan, entered service June 5, 1917, 
was assigned to Fort Benjamin Harri- 
.son. Attached to the 15th Ambulance 
Corps. Went overseas Dee. 4, 1917, 
returned Aug. 6, 1919 and was honor- 
ably dischnrged witli the rank of Ser- 
geant. 



SCLLIVAX, riiiO'inV -.Sun UI 
Michael Sullivan, entered service 
Sept. 6, 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Contpany I, 320th 
Infantry, 30th Division. Went over- 
seas May 26, 1918, returned May 30, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 9, 1919. 



^W'Y'.ESKW LTIAKLh:,S- -S'-u uf Mr. 
and Mrs. George Sweeney, entered ser- 
vice when the Mexican trouble arose, 
was attached to the 3rd Regiment of 
the Infantry. He holds the rank of 
Sergeant and is still in the service 
oi: the Mexican Border. 



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SWEENEY, CLARENCE— Son of TARR, LOGAN L. — Son of •\Villiain TAYLOR. ROBERT — Son of Mr. TELFORD. ARTHUR — Son of Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gtiorge Sweeney, entered Tarr, entered serviee April 4. 1918. and Mrs. Christ Taylor, entered ser- and Mrs. James Telford, entered' ser- 

serviee Aug. 15, 1918, ^as assigned to was sent to Camp Lee. Attat-hed to vice 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee vice July 15, 1917, was assigned to 

Camp Jaekson and attaihed to the Company I. 31Htli Infantry, 80th Di- and attaehed to Company E, 80th Di- Camp Hancork. Attached to Company 

army. He was honorably discharged vision. Sailed May 1918, was wounded vi.sion. Went overseas May 1918, was M, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 

Jan. 5. 1919. at the Argonne offensive, returned Jan. slightly gassed, returned "June 1919 was honorably discharged in the fall 

9, 1919 and was Sept. 1, 1919 not yet and was honorably discharged with of 1919 with rank of Corporal. 

discharged. the rank of Corporal. 




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TEWKS. VICTOR — Entered service 
Feb. 11, 1918, was attaehed to Com- 
pany B. 30Dth Engineers, 80th Divi- 
sion. Went overseas May 26, 1918, 
returned June 3, 1919 and was hon - 
orably discharged June 11, 1919 with 
rank of Corporal. 



THIEDE, VINCENT— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Emil Thiede. entered serviee 
April 6, 1918, assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the Infantry. Went 
overseas May 7, 1918, returned May 
30, 1919 and was honorably discharg- 
ed June 2, 1919. 



THOMAS. CLARENCE J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas. Enlisted 
Oot. 3, 1917, assigned to Fort Leaven- 
worth, 7th Engineer Train. Went 
overseas March 15, 1918. Was cited 
for bravery near Regnieville. Return- 
ed July 28, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged Aug. 1919 with rank of 
Corporal. 



TOWNSEND. RALPH B.— Son of 
Mr. Frank R. Townsend, entered ser- 
vice Feb. 12, 1918, assigned to Camp 
Lee, attached to Company C, 313 th 
Machine Gun Battalion, SOth Division. 
Went overseas May 24, 1918. returned 
June 7, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 12, 1919. 







TROY, JiKSEi'il— ^5uu ul" Mr. and 
Mrs. John Troy, entered service Feb. 
191S. was as.signed to Camp Lee. At- 
tached to 313th Field Artillery, Bat- 
tery D. Went overseas May 25, 1918, 



TlioY. NoKiiLT — Son of Mr. and TKKXKY. EARL — Son of Hora e TRLXAL. LARL— Son of David 

Mrs. J. C. Troy, entered service June Terney, entered service Sept. 23, 1917, Truxal, entered service May 1917, was 

1, 1917. was as.signed to Fort Riley, was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- assigned to Camp Hancock, and at- 

Attached to Company B, 78th Field ed to 307th Sanitary Train. Went tached to Company M, 110th Infantry, 

Artillery, 6th Division. Went over- overseas May 18, 1918, returned May 28th Division. Went overseas June 



returned May 28, 1919 and honorably seas July 1918, returned June 10, 6, 1919 and was honorably discharged 1918 and was killed in action at 



discharged June 6, 1919 



1919 and was honorablv discharged May 10, 1919. 
June 1919. 



Chateau Thierry on Sept. 9, 1918. 







_ VILK. JOHN A 
Vilk, entered servi 
was sent to Camp 
163rd Infantry. H. 
returned July 1919 
discharged later th 



— Son o*" Stepln 
•e July 3rd. 191 

Lee, Compauv ' 
■ sailed Sept. 191 
and was honorab 

t month. 



VILK. MICHAEL J. — Son of 
Ste'jJien V'llk, entered service Feb. 12. 
1918, was sent to Cam]> Lee, Head - 
quarter's Company, 9th Infantry. He 
was transferred to Camp Blerritt. sail- 
ed Aug. 22. 1918. returned Aug. 1, 
1919 and -vas honorably discharged on 
the 13tb of that montti. 



VILK. STEPHEN JR. — Son of VINCE, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 

Ste] du-n Vilk. Entered service Ajiril Mrs. Mike Vince. Enlisted Aug. 20, 

27, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 1918 in the Marine Corps. Sent to 

Grt'cnleaf, lilaced with the Medical IV*- Paris Island, S. 0. Was honorably 

tachment and was honorably discharg- discharged June 26, 1919. 
ed Dec. 15. 1918. 



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VINCE. MIKE — Son of Mr. and 



VISCONTI. EARNEST — Son of Mr. 



Mrs. Mike Vince. Enlisted May 26, and Mrs. Angelo Visconti, entered ser- 

1918. Was sent to Fort Oglethorpe, vice Sept. 1918, was assigned to Great 

Ga. Attached to Base Hospital 107, Lakes and attached to the Navy. He 

Medical Department. Sailed Oct. 31, was honorably discharged Nov. 1918. 
1918. Returned July 6, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged July 15, 1919. 



VISCONTI. JOSEPH— Son of Mr. 



VOGLE, GEORGE — Son of Mr. and 



and Mrs. Angelo Visconti, entered ser- Mrs. George Vogle, entered service 

vice Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned to 1918, was assigned to the Base Hos- 

Camp Lee, Company A, 328th Infan- pital at Jackson and attached to the 

try, 82nd Division. Went overseas Medical Corps. He was honorably 

May 1, 1918, was slightly gassed, re- discharged Feb. 25, 1919. 
turned May 22, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged May 30 1919. 







WANG. STEVE M. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Wano. Enlisted Oct. 6. 
1917. Sent to Camp Lee. Company D, 
320th Infantry. Sailed May 1918, was 
wounded and gassed Sept. 26, 1918. 
Returned May 1919. Was honorably 
discharged June 1919. 



WHALEN, ANTHONY— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Whalen, entered ser- 
vice May 1918, was assigned to Con- 
struction Camp No. 1, Ga., and at- 
tached to Hospital Corps. He was 
honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 



WALKER, JOSIAH — Son of Leo- 
nard Walker, entered service June 
1917, was assigned to Shelby, Miss, 
and attached to Supply Co., 158th In- 
fantry. Went overseas Sept. 1918, re- 
turned April 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May 1919 with rank of 
Sergeant. 



WALCHACK, GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Walchack, entered ser- 
vice June 27, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the 7th 
Heavy Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop. 
Went overseas Aug. 1918, returned 
Feb. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 1919. 







WALLBAUM. JUlIX-^on of IKury WALTER, EDMUND — Son of WEATHERTOX, WILBER C— Son AVEBER, CLARENCE — Sun of Mr. 
Wallbaum, entered service Oct. 6, 1917 Joseph Walter, entered service April of Henry Weatherton. Enlisted Sept. and Mrs. L. Weber, entered service 
was assigned to Camp Lee, Company 29, 1918, was assigned to Paris Island 9, 1917. Sent to Camp Lee. Attached March 7, 1918. and was attached to 
D, 320th Infantry, 80th Division, and attached to the Marine Corps, to 320th Infantry. Sailed April 1918. the 148th Aero Squadron. Went over- 
Went overseas May 1918, wounded in Went overseas Sept. 13, 1918, re- Stationed at Angers, France. Re- seas June 1918, returned March 25, 
right arm, returned June 1919 and turned Aug. 8, 1919 and was honor- turned Feb. 23, 1919. Was honorably 1919 and was honorably discharged 
was honorably discharged June 6, ably discharged Aug. 13, 1919. discharged Mar. 6, 1919. April 29, 1919. 
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WECHUCK. JAMES— Son of Mr. WHITE. WM. P.— Son of Mrs. WHITEMAN. HARRY JOHNSON— 

and Mrs. Jacob Wechuck. entered ser- Louise White entered the service May Entered service July 5, 1918, was as- 

vice June 5, 1919, was assigned to 26, 1917. Sailed for overseas in July signed to Camp Greenleaf and at- 

Fort Kamehameha. Honolulu and at- 1917 and returned to the U. S. and tached to Veterinary. He was honor- 

taehed to the 1st Company of the was honorably discharged from the ably discharged Dec. 14, 1918. 

Coast Artillery. He is still in service, service in July 1919. 



WILKINS, GEUKGK D. — Son of 
Nelson Wilkins, enlisted Aug. 16, 
1914 in the United States Navy. He 
was aboard the U. S. S- Wyoming, was 
postmaster, made several trips over- 
seas and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service. 



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WILSON. ROBERT— Son of Mrs. WOLK, ANTHONY— Son of Joseph WINEMAN, LESTER— Son of Mr. WINKLEW.SKI. PAUL— Son of Mr. 
Sie Layhue, entered service May 6. Wolk, enlisted April 5, 1918, sent to and Mrs. D. M. Wineman, enlisted and Mrs. M. ^Vinklewski. entered ser- 
1918, was assigned to Fort Bliss and Camp Greenleaf, attached to Medical 1914, was assigned to Camp Hancock, vice Jan. 7, 1918, was assigned to 
attached to the 5th Cavalr.v. He was Corps, sailed Nov. 1918, was in the Company M, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- Fort Thomas, Battery F, 74th Artil- 
honorably discharged April 9, 1919. battle of Argonne Forest. Returned vision. Went overseas May 2. 1918 lery. Went overseas Aug. 1918, re- 
June 1, 1919. Was honorably dis- and was killed Aug. 2, 1918 at turned Dec. 1918 and was honorably 
charged July 14, 1919. Chateau Thierry. discharged Jan. 2, 1919. 









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WORK, VALGEAN — Son of Lester WRIGHT. BAYARD — Son of Dr. WRIGHT, FRANK — Son of Dr. WOODS, JAMES — Son of Mrs. 

Work. Enlisted Jan. 10, 1918. Sent Bayard Wright, entered service July Bayard Wright, entered service May Mary Woods, entered service June 25, 

to Camps Ft. Thomas and Dix. At- 16, 1918, was assigned to Plattsburg 30, 1918, was assigned to Camp Jack- 1918, was assigned to Washington 

tached to Artillery Park. Sailed May Barracks, Company M, 2nd Provisional son and attached to 61st Field Artil- Barracks and attached to the 71st En- 

21, 1918. Was in the battle of Cham- Regiment. Honorably discharged Dec. lery. Honorably discharged June 9, gineers. He was honorably discharged 

pagne, Marne and Argonne. Returned 12, 1918 with rank of Sergeant. 1919. Dec. 24, 1919 with rank of Sergeant. 
June 3, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 







WRIGHT, WILLIAM— .Son of Harrv ZAPPONE, FRANCIS— Sou of Mrs. ZELTXER, JOHN— Son uf Mr. and ZUXDELL, JAMES— Son of David 

Wright, entered service May 10, 1917', Mary Zappone. entered service in 1918, Mrs. Zeltner, entered service May 25, Zundell, entered service in the Fall of 

was assigned to Philadelphia Navy was assigned to Camp Dix and attach- 1918, was assigned to Camp Greenleaf 1910, was assigned to Camp Hancock, 

Yard and attached to the Navv with ed to Company C, 83rd Infantry. 17th and attached to Base Hospital No. 76. Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 

the U S. S. Amecra. He was honor Division. He was honorablv discharg- Went overseas Aug. 31, 1918, returned vision. Captain Zundell sailed May 

ably discharged Aug. 18, 1919. ed with rank of Corporal on Feb. 8, April 23, 1919 and was honorably dis- 20, 1918 and was killed in the battle 

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YOST. ARTHUR — Son of Mr. and YOST. HARRY— Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. John Yost, entered service Sept. Mrs. John Yost, entered service Sept. 

9, 1917, was assigned to the Head- 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee 

quarter's Det.. 305th Engineers, 80th and attached to 2nd Casual Co., 1st 

Division. Went overseas May 26. Bn. R. T. C. He was honorably dis- 

1918, returned June 3, 1919 and was charged Jan. 27, 1919 with rank of 

honorably discharged June 11, 1919 Sergeant, 
with rank of Sergeant Major. 





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ACKERMAN, ELMER J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Aekerman. En- 
tered service April 29, 1918 with Com- 



ADAMCYK. THEODORE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Adamcyk. En 
listed with Company I, 327th Infan 



pany M, 14Gth Regiment. Assigned to try, Sept. 1917. Assigned to Camp 

Camp Lee. Sailed June 1918, was in Lee. Went overseas May 1918, was in 

the battles of Flanders, St. Mihiel, several battles, received machine gun 

Meuse- Argonne, returned April 10, wounds, returned May 1919 and was 

1919 and was honorably discharged honorably discharged May 29, 1919. 
April 11, 1919. 



ALBER, FELIX — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Alber. He enlisted in 
Oct. 1918 with Company 4 of the S. 
A. T. C, University of Pittsburgh. 
Was honorably discharged Dec, 12, 
1919. 



ANDERSON, THOMAS— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Anderson. Enlisted 
in the Fall of 1896 with Company M, 
110th Infantry and was assigned to 
Camp Hancock. Major Anderson went 
overseas May 1918, was in the battle 
of Chateau Thierry and was killed 
Sept. 5, 1919, in action. 



BARNETT, ALFRED J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barnett. En- 
listed Jiily 17, 1917 with section 530 



BETTS. REV. ROBERT C. — He was BEVERIDGE, GEORGE J. — Son of BILLER, WILLIAM J. — Son of Mr. 

assigned to Washington Barracks, D. Mrs. Beveridge. Enlisted Oct. 22, and Mrs. Jos. Biller. Entered service 
C, attached to the 56th Engineers. He 1917. Assigned to Camp Lee, _Com- July 22, 1918 and was assigned to 



Ambulance Service, Camp Crane. Went was 1st Lieutenant, went overseas pany M, 166th Infantry, Annex Force. Camp Lee, Motor Transport. Received 



overseas June 6. 1918, was in the 
battles of Meuse -Argonne, returned 
Mav 26, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 29, 1919. 



Sept. 24. 1918 and returned April 25, Went overseas March 1918. was in an honorable discharge Aug. 1919. 
1919. AVas honorably discharged May several battles, lost two ribs by piece 
20, 1919. of shell, returned March 1919 and was 

honorably discharged April 1919. 



BOSSART, DANNA E. — Son of Mrs. BOSSART, J. LEWIS — Son of Mrs. 

Anna Bossart. Enlisted in the Spring Annie Bossart. He entered service 

of 1917, was sent to Pitt Mills, N. J. Sept. 5, 1918 and was sent to Camp 

Company C, 149th Mnchine Gun, 42ud Meade. Was attached to Medical 

Division. Was 1st Lieutenant, sailed Corps. Sergeant Bossart was honor - 

in the Fall of 1917, was in the battles ably discharged Jan. 30, 1919. 
of Meuse-Argonne, returned April 28. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 8, 1919. 



BRONSON. FRANK — Son of Wil- 
liam Bronson. entered service Sept. 23, 
1917. was sent to Camji Lee and at - 
tached to Company C, 307th Engineers, 
82nd Division. Sailed May 18", 1918, 
ret'.irned May IH. 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged ten days later. 



CAROL, HARRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Carol. Enlisted Oct. 1918. 
Sent to Camp Lee. Attached to 27lh 
Infantrv, Company B. 80th Division. 
Sailed Nov. 1918. Returned Aug. 6, 
1919. Was honorably discharged 
Aug. 14, 1919- 



CASLTN, THOMAS — Son of John 
Caslin, entered service Aug. 1, 1914, 
was assigned to Fort Bliss, Troop A. 
1st Cavalry. He saw service in the 
Phillipines, China and Mexico. Was 
honorably discharged March 11, 1919 
with rank of Sergeant. 



CORNELIUS, FRANK — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Elizabeth Cornelius, enlisted 
May 26. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, Company M, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division. Went overseas May 3, 
1918, was gassed, returned May 16. 
1918 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 



DONNELLY. JOSEPH A. JR. — Son DONNELLY. PAUL R. — Son of Mr. 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Donnelly. He and Mrs. J. A. Donnelly. He entered 
entered the service Sept. 11, 1918. the service July 22, 1918, sent to 
Was assigned to Wilber Wright Field. Camp Lee, Headquarter's Company. 
Air Service. Detachment No. 5. Was Corporal Donnelly was honorably dis- 
honorably discharged April 1. 1919. charged Jan. 10, 1919. 



PELBAUM, SEVESTER — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Felbaum. En- 
tered service 1918 and was assigned 
to Camp Lee, 51st Machine Gun Com 



PINK, ALBERT W. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John W. Fink. He enlisted 
Aug. 29. 1918 and was assigned to 
Camp Dix. Company L. 161st Infantry. 



6lh Division. Went overseas Went overseas Oct. 1918. returned 



pany, 

July 4, 1918 and was in the battles 
of Meuse-Argonne, returned June 14, 
1918 and was honorably discharged 
June 1919. 



Feb. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged March 6, 1919. 



GILLIGAN, EMIL VINCENT — Son 



GOLDMAN. LOUIS — Son of Mr. 



of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilligan of 219 and Mrs. J. E. Goldman. He entered 



Loyd Ave., Latrobe, Pa. He entered 
service in 1917 and was attached to 
the Aero Squadron. 



the service Oct. 1, 1918 and was as- 
signed to Pitt University, was attached 
to Company A, 1st Infantry. Was 
honorably discharged May 21, 1919. 



GRIFFIN JOHN — Son of Mr. and GRIFFIN. LAWRENCE— Son of Mr. 
Mrs. James Griffin. He entered the and Mrs. James Griffin. He enlisted 
service 1918 and was assigned to in 1917 and was assigned to Camp 
Camp Greenleaf, 211th Engineers. Was Hancock, Company M. 110th Infantry, 
honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 28th Division. He went overseas May 

1918. Was killed in the battle of the 
Marne bv an air raid on July 29, 
1918. 



GRIFFIN, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Griffin. Entered ser- 
vice July 1918 and was assigned to 
Camp Sherman, Comjiany C, 138th In- 
fantry, 35th Division. He went over- 
seas Aug. 1918. was in the battles of 
Meuse-Argonne. returned April 28, 
1919. Was honorably discharged May 
17, 1919. 



GUNTER. FRED S — Son of Edward 
E. Gunter. He enlisted July 12. 1917. 
Was assigned to Camp Meade, later 
Hancock. Mills and Dix, 107th Artil- 
lery, 28 th Division. Went overseas 
May 18, 1918. was in the battles of 
A'esle. Meuse-Argonne, returned May 
12, 1919 and was honorably discharg- 
ed May 20, 1919. 



HARTZELL. GEORGE J. — Son of HAINES. ROBERT P. — Son of Mr. 
Charles Hartzell enlisted in June 1916 and Mrs. Silas Haines. Enlisted Oct. 



with Company M, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Was sent to Camp Hancock, 
sailed May 2, 1918. Was wounded by 
shrapnell at Ourcq River July 30, 
1918. Returned May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 1919. 



1918. Sent to Fort Thomas. AVas 
honorably discharged Oct. 1918. 



HAINES. CHARLES H. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Haines. Enlisted 
April 1918. Sent to Camp Lee, Com- 
pany B, 320th Regiment. Sailed June 

1918. Was wounded by shrapnel in 
the Argonne Forest. Returned May 

1919. Was honorably discharged June 
1919. 



HAYS. LEO — Son of Edward Hays 
(deceased). Enlisted May 3, 1918 and 
was assigned to Camp Forrest. Com- 
pany C, 51st Infantry, 6th Division. 
Sergeant Hays went overseas July 5, 
1918, was in the battle of Argonne of- 
fensive and was slightly gassed. He 
returned June 12, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 17, 1919. 



HAYES, ROY W. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Hayes. Enlisted Feb. 20, 
1918 and was assigned to Camp Se- 
vere, 15th Construction Air Service. 
He was 1st Lieutenant, went overseas 
July 28, 1918, returned Dec. 20, 1919 
and was honorably discharged Dec. 26, 
1919. 



HERRINGTON. ARTHUR S. — Son HERRINGTON. FRANK H. — Son of 

of Mrs. Bertha Herrington. He en- Mrs. Bertha Herrington. He enlisted 
tered the service March 29, 1918, was March 1916. Served two years with 
assigned to Bavshore, Long Island and the French. Lieutenant Herrington 
was attached to the Navy. He is still sailed 1916. Was in the battles of 
in service. Meuse-Argonne. St. Mihiel and 

Chateau Thierry. He received a 
Croix de Guere from the French Gov- 
ernment, returned June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the same month. 



HOBURN, DALLAS — Son of Wil- 
liam Hoburn. enlisted May 25, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to Base Hospital No. 58. 
Went overseas Aug. 23, 1918, returned 
April 27, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 7, 1919. 



KEENO, CHARLES M. — Son of KELLY. LEWIS HOKE— Son of 

Mrs. Pauline Keeno. Entered service Mrs. Emelie Kelly. He entered the 

Aug. 22, 1918 and was assigned to service in the Spring of 1918. He 

Camp Lee, 128th Infantry. Sailed went overseas Sept. 1918, was made 

Sept. 1918, was in the battles of Ar- Captain. Returned May 1919, was 

gonne and St. Mihiel, was wounded, honorably discharged May 18, 1919 

Returned in the Spring of 1919, was at New York, 
honorably discharged a few days after 
landing. 



KING. JOHN H.— Son of John S. 



KLEIN, HUGO. O. S. B. — Entered 



King, entered service June 1918 with service May 10, 1918, was sent to 



Company E, 34th Infantry. 7th Divi- 
sion and was sent to Fort Aylithorp. 
Sailed in Aug. 1918, saw action in 
battle of St. Mihiel. Returned and 
y/as honorably discharged from service 
in June 1919. 



Camp and attached to Company C, 27th 
Regiment. He went overseas Aug. 
1918 and is still in service. 



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KOVAC, STEVE— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Steve Kovac, entered service 



KROBOK. EDWARD P. — Son of 
Mr. John Krobok. Enlisted Sept. 21. 



April 23, 1018, was assigned to Fort 1917. Sent to Camp Lee. Attached 
Ringgold, Machine Gun Troop 16, of to 155lh Headquarters Company. AVas 
the Cavalry. He re -enlisted and is made Sergeant dispatcher. Was hon- 



still in the service. 



orably discharged Feb. 1919. 



LAUGHNER, ELMER C. — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Cyrus Laugher. He enlisted 
July 10. 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and was attached to Com ■ 
pany M, 10th Infantry, 28th Division. 
Was honorably discharged Jan. 14, 
1918. 



LESHO. JOSEPH— Son of Joseph 
Lesho, entered service Sept. 19, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to Company G, 325th Infantry 
Went overseas April 25, 1918, return- 
ed May 18, 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May 30, 1919. 



LUTZ, RALPH J. — Son of Mrs. McFEELY, CHARLES A. — Son of 

Mary Lutz. He entered service April Mrs. Anna L. McFeely. He entered 
29, 1918, was attached to 155th Depot the service Feb. 1918 and was assigned 
Brigade. Was honorably discharged to State College, later Hancock. At- 
May 20, 1918. tached to Ordnance Department. Went 

overseas Sept. 1, 1918. Returned 
Nov. 1919. He has not as yet been 
discharged. 



McXULTY. WILLIAM J. — Son of 



MILLS, BENJAMIN J.— Son of Ab- 



Mr. and Mrs. James McNulty (both raham Mills, entered service Nov. 9, 



deceased). Enlisted Feb. 27, 1918 
Was assigned to Camj) Lee, Company 
A, l-18th Infantry, 37th Division. 
Sailed July 5, 1918, was in the battles 
of Baccorot, Avonvourt, Argonne and 
Ypres. Returned March 12, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged April 7, 
1919. 



1917. Sent to Camp Meade, 23rd En- 
gineers. Sailed March 30, 1918, was 
slightly gassed, returned June 16, 
1919. Was honorablv discharged June 
21, 1919. 



MULL. HOMER H. — Son of George 



MORAN, MICHAEL J. — Son of 



F. ilull, entered service June 1, 1918. Mrs. Margaret iloran. He entered the 



Sent to Camp Greenleaf, Base Hos 



service in 1918 and was assigned to 



pita! No. 61. He was transferred to Camp Dix, 2 7th Ambulance Corps. 



Camp Lee and Di.\. sailed Aug. 
1918. returned April 19. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged ten days later. 



Sergeant Moran went overseas May 
1918, returned July 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the same month. 



MORRISEY. LAWRENCE J. — Son MORRISEY. JOHN W. — Son of 

of Mrs. Margaret Morrisey. Entered Mrs. Margaret Morrisey. Entered ser- 

service Oct. 8, 1918 and was with vice Jan. 2, 1918, Company E, 330th 

Base Hospital No. 109, assigned to Infantry, Camp Lee, Va. He was hon- 

Camp Merritt. Sailed Dec. 1919. Re- orably discharged on Dec. 30, 1918. 
turned from overseas July 28. 1919 
and was honorably discharged Aug. 12, 
1919. 



MURPHY, JOHN ARMSTRONG — 
Son of Mrs. Caroling J. Murphy. He 
entered the service Sept. 6. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee Company I, 
320th Infantry. 80th Division. AVent 
overseas May 17, 1918, was in several 
battles, was wounded by machine gun. 
returned June 9, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 10, 1919. 



MURRAY, JOHN F.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. B. Murray. He entered 
the service Sept. 3, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Fort Thomas. Ky., and later 
to Camp Stanley. Attached to the 
Cavalry. Was honorably discharged 
Dec. 29, 1918. 



MUSICK, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. P, Musick, entered service 
May 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, Company M, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division. Went overseas May 1, 
191.8, was wounded in left arm, re - 
turned Oct. 26, 1918. Was honorably 
discharged Feb. 28, 1919 with rank of 
Corporal. 



NEUMAN. FRED — Son of Mrs. Anna 
Neuman. He entered the service June 
6, 1919, was assigned to the Columbus 
Barracks, Quartermaster's Corps. 
Went overseas Aug. 14, 1919 and is 
still in. service. 



PROHASK\^ RUDOLPH — Son of RODGERS, JAMES H. — Son of Mr. 

^..v-- .... ..„„. *^v. ^ ^- -- -. , - . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Proliasky. entered and Mrs. James Rodgers. He enlisted 

June 2V'T9"l6 'was'assigned to"Camp the service j'une 1917. was assigned service April 24, 1917, was assigned Oct. 15, 1918, was assigned to State 

' ~ ' --*'-.-- • . .. . r., ,^.,_ * .^- o,..._j ^Q Mission Texas, Troop A, 16th U. College, S. A. T. C. He was honor- 

S. S. Cavalrv. Went overseas April ably discharged Dec. 16, 1919. 
31, 1918. returned July 19, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



NICHOLSON, FRANK P.— Son of PEPPERDAY, EDWIN N.— Son of 

Mrs. Bertha Nicholson. He enlisted Mr. J. J. Pepperday. He enlisted in 

the service June 19 

Hancock. Company M, llOth Infantry, to Sanaton. Texas, 10th Aero Squad 

28th Division. Corporal Nicholson ron. He went overseas Dec. 1917, re- 

saik-d May 3. 1918. Was wounded in turned May 1919 and was honorably 

action, returned May 16, 1919 and discharged June 1919. 
was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



ROSS. J. OSCAR— Son of John SAXMAN, HARRY SUYDAM— Son 

Ross. Enlisted Oct. 1917 in Company of Mr. M. W. Saxman. He entered 

B. 25th Engineers and was assigned ihe service Oct. 1. 191S, was assigned 

to Camp Merrit. Sailed Nov. 1917. to Lehigh College and was attached to 

Returned in May 1919 and was honor- the S. A. T. C. He was honorably 

ablv discharged. discharged Dec. 21, 1918. 



SAXMAN. MARCUS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Marcus Saxman. He en- 
listed Ajtril 1918. was assigned to Al- 
lentown. Was attached to the Am- 
bulance Corps. He went overseas in 
the Spring of 1918 and is still in ser- 
vice over there. 



SELEKMAN. BENJAMIN MORRIS 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Selekman. 
He enlisted in the service May 1917, 
was assigned to Columbus, Ohio. He 
was Secretary of the War Work Com- 
munity Service. Was honorably dis - 
charged when the war was over. 



SEUBERT, GEORGE A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seubert. He en- 
listed July 22, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee, Medical Corps. He was 
made Corporal and was honorablv dis- 
charged May 29, 1919. 



SHOWERS. JOSEPH E. — Son of 
Reuben Showers, entered service July 
23, 1918. m Company L. 16th Infan- 
trv. 1st Division, Camp Lee. He sail- 
ed Sept. 14. 1918. Was in the battle 
of Meuse ■ Argonne and was cited for 
Regimental and Brigade service; re- 
turned Sept. 3, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Sept. 26, 1919. 



SHOWALTER, PAUL — Son of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Sho^\ alter. He entered the 
service June 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee, 15th Cavalry. Troop H. 
Sergenat Showalter went overseas Oct. 
1918. Relumed June 19 19 and was 
honorably discharged the same month. 



SHULTZ, ARCHIE — Son of Mr. L. 
L. Shultz. He enlisted in the Fall of 
1917, was assigned to Camp Lee, 320th 
Infantry. Went overseas and was in 
the battles of Chateau Thierrj', Meuse- 
Argonnr- and Argonne Forest. Re- 
turned and is in service at Hoboken, 
N. J. 



SKELLEY. DOMINIC— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Skelley. He entered 
service March 2, 1918. was assigned 
to Camp Lee, 147th Machine Gun 
Company, 37th Division. Went over- 
seas June 1918. Returned from over- 
seas March 21, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged March 31, 1>19. 



SMITH, MARTIN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Smith, entered service 
Jan. 1918, was assigned to Berkley. 
Norfolk, and attached to the Navy with 
the U. S. S. Raleigh. Went overseas 
Feb. 1918, returned April 20, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 4, 1919. 



SMITH. GLENN O. — Son of Mr. 



SMITH, WALTER A.— Son of Mr. 



and Mrs. G. A. Smith. He enlisted and Mrs. G. A. Smith. He enlisted in 



July 13, 1917. was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, lllth Ambulance Company, 
103rd Sanitary Train. He went over 



the Navy and was assigned to New- 
port News. Was on board the U. S. 
S. Aeolus. Made four trips across the 



seas May 1918. Returned May 1919 ocean. He was released in the Spring 

and was honorably discharged the same of 1919. 

month. 



SMITH BLAIR W.— Son of Mr. STEMMLER. ROBERT— Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. James Smith. He enlisted and Mrs. Adam St-mmler. entered ser- 

May 1917. was assigned to Camp vice 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee 

Hancock. Companv M, 110th Infantrv, and attached to Company D. 166th In- 

28th Division. He went overseas May fantry, 42nd Rainbow Division. Went 

3, 1918. was in the battle of Marne overseas Feb. 29, 1917, returned April 

and was killed Jcly 29. 1918. 25. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 15, 1919. 



SULLIVAN, WILLIAM F. — Son of Tobis. Steve J. — Son of Mr. and 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sullivan. He Mrs. John Tobis. He entered service 
entered service Sept. 5. 1918, wgs as- July 28. 1918. was assigned to Camp 
signed to Camp Greenleaf, Medical Greenleaf. Medical Corps of Base 
Corps. Was honorablv discharged Hospital No. 63. Went overseas Sept. 
Sept. 18, 1918 at Camp 'Forrest, Ga. 30, 1918. Returned Aug. 10, 1919 

and was honorably discharged Aug. 11 

191&. 



WALKER, GREGORY— Son of Mr. ZUNDEL. EDWIN ALBERT— Son 

and Mrs. James Walker. He entered of Mr. Henry M. Zundel. He enlisted 
service Aug. 13, 1918, was assigned June 1915. was assigned to Camp 
- ~ - - . -- Meade. ^\ as attached to the Artillery 

in France. Major Zundel went over- 
seas July 1919 and is still in service. 



to Camp Dix and Camp Colt, Auto Re 
pair Draft Tank ( orps. He ^as hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 6, 1918 at 
Camp Dix. 



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Chapter IIL 



Jeannette District. The pictures and military bio- 
graphies shown in this chapter are those of service men 
from Jeannette, Arlington Heights and Grapeville. 



Co-operation was the keynote of every war work undertaken 
in Jeannette and that accounts in no small measure for the 
success achieved. Religious differences were forgotten, Catholic, 
Protestant and Jew combining efforts to one end — to crush 
Kaiserism and win victory. Never before did men and women 
work together in such complete harmony and with such un- 
animit}' of purpose. 

"We stand with our country, we back up our soldiers, we 
are ready to serve" was the battle-cn,' adopted by the Jeannette 
War Service Union. This unique organization was formed in 
the first year of the war by a group of citizens with the idea of 
centralizing the handling of all funds raised in the communi'y 
for war-time purposes. To the inherent and interwoven patriot- 
ism which enabled the workers to secure for the War Service 
Union, a membership comprising in excess of four thousand 
names, may be ascribed a success which stood out so prominently 
in war effort as to command the attention, not simply of 
neighboring communities, but the entire nation as well. Among 
the organizations and agencies which shared in the disburse- 
ments for war relief were the Red Cross, United War Work 
Fund, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Knights of Columbus, Jewish 
Welfare Board, War Camp Community Service, American 
Library Association, Salvation Army and Y. M. H. A. Special 
disbursements were also made as follows: Linen Shower (Red 
Cross), Smileage Books, Comfort Kits, Emergency Hospital 
(Special "Flu" Donation), French High Commission, Film 
Picture Red Cross Parade, War Gardens, Armenian and Syrian 
Relief. The oflicers were as follows : Seneca G. Lewis, Presi- 
dent; T. F. 0"Conne!l, Secretarj-; Roland Merrell, Treasurer; 
John F. Ely, ist Vice President; Geo. W. Shiveley, 2nd Vice 
President ; A. T. Smith, 3rd \''ice President. Other Vice Presi- 
dents were: Dr. B. R. Smith, W. F. Euwer, F. A. Maddas, L. 
R. Schmertz, Chas. H. West, J. E. Myers, E. W. Long, R. T. 
Hughus, W. J. Gilmore, J. C. Crownover, Turney Stough, W. J. 
Colbert, F. S. Rode, W. C. Koerbel, E. Katz, Frank Fitzsimmons, 
W. M. Adams, W. J. Burke, P. W. Ackerman, J. W. Keltz, Alf. 
Smith, Alex. L. Leonard, Wm. Wallace, W. A. Ray, W. W. 
Truxal. The Executive Committee : John F. Ely, Joseph M. 
Diebold, W. F. Euwer, Edward Gaughan, M. A. Gillespie, R. T. 
Hugus, D. W. Jenkins, John W. Keltz, W. C. Koerbel, E. W. 
Long, F. A. Maddas, L. R. Schmertz, Alf. T. Smith, Dr. B. R. 
Smith, E. Katz, Geo. W. Shiveley, F. S. Rode, Dr. J. H. Ringer, 
Seneca G. Lewis, T. F. O'Connell, Roland Merrall, W. K. W. 
Hansen, J. E. Meyer, Frank Landis. The Plan and Scope Com- 
mittee : W. C. Koerbel, Geo. W. Shiveley, C. M. Bomberger, 
Jas. W. P. Hart, H. S. Conklin, F. D. Eberhart, Dr. W. Q. 
Linhart, J. G. Waddell, John H. Brown, Geo. W. Daum. The 
Publicity Committee : W. F. Euwer, C. M. Bomberger, Jas. W. 
P. Hart, Dr. B. R. Smith, E. W. Long, Chas. F. Ely, J. C. 
Longhead, and M. O. Shuster. The total receipts of the organi- 
zation were $45,844.25 and more than $17,000 remained in the 
Treasurv' at the signing of the armistice. This balance is in- 
vested in Liberty Bonds and will be applied in providing the 
Memorial Hall of the new Municipal Building. 

A record of the American Red Cross work as conducted by 
the Jeannette Branch of the Westmoreland County Chapter must 
be given a foremost place. The splendid spirit of service shown 
by members and enthusiastic supporters made possible a report 
of which any community might well be proud. The branch was 
organized April 11, 1917, with forty ladies present all of whom 
gave their membership fee. The amount contributed to the first 



war work campaign was about $9,500.00 and $12,000.00 was con- 
tributed to the second war work campaign. The number of 
hospital supplies made and sent to headquarters was 64,795 
surgical dressings, 7,458 hospital garments and supplies and 600 
Belgian refugee garments. A linen shower for hospitals in 
France produced 151 sheets, 1,080 hand towels, 547 bath towels, 
680 handkerchiefs, 100 napkins and 28 short length towels. 
Clothing for Belgian relief amounted to 8,319 pounds. The 
knitting department completed 757 sweaters, 1,719 pairs of socks, 
38 helmets, 73 pairs of mittens, 322 wristlets and 338 mufflers. 
The Comfort Kit Committee presented 600 kits to departing 
soldiers. The Canteen Committee served approximately 725 
lunches together with tobacco. This committee, during the 
Influenza epidemic, distributed food to 70 families and soup, 
fruit juices and jellies to the hospital. The number of families 
reported to the Civilian Relief Committee was 160 and the 
amount of relief from the American Red Cross was $500.00. 
Clothing was provided for 12 families and the allotments and 
allowances secured amounted to $865.00 per month. Accumulated 
allotment and allow'ances secured amounted to $1,228.00. $125.00 
per month was apportioned as salary for a district nurse and 
all relief work during Influenza epidemic was directed by the 
Civilian Relief Committee, including supervision of the work of 
the visiting nurse. The contribution of the Motor Division was 
315 emergency hospital trips, 10 weeks motor service for visiting 
nurse, 3 weeks co-operation with Canteen Committee in dis- 
tributing food, 3 weeks motor ser\-ice to doctors and emergency 
nurses. The Junior Red Cross had a membership of 455 and 
produced 440 cup covers. 200 comfort pillows and 125,000 gauze 
wipes. The officers of the Jeannette Branch of the Red Cross 
were Mrs. L. R. Schmertz, chairman; Mrs. C. F. Ely, vice 
chairman; Mrs. M. Homer Miller, secretary; Mrs. Maud B. 
Trescher, treasurer. The various activities were directed by the 
following chairmen: Surgical dressings, Mrs. D. B. Pilkey; 
assistant, Mrs. F. R. LeVier. Hospital supplies, Mrs. Trescher; 
assistant, Mrs. H. S. Schaefer. Knitting, Mrs. Geo. B. Hess; 
assistant, Mrs. Harriet Gault. Canteen work, Mrs. D. T. 
Knappenberger. Civilian Relief, Dr. H. Ney Prothero. Mem- 
bership, Mrs. Lenore Sterling. Administration, Dr. B. R. Smith. 
Finance, Geo. W. Shiveley. The chairmen of the units of 
Jeannette Branch were : Penn — Miss Virginia Rankin ; Claridge 
— Mrs. M. N. Clarke; Adamsburg — Miss Margaret Black; 
Grandview — Mrs. Geo. West; Old Grapeville (Lincoln) — Mrs. 
John D. Miller; High Park — Mrs. Swinter; Seneca Heights — 
Mrs. Bird. In proportion to their population, all the units con- 
tributed very generously to the various War Work funds and 
to the total membership credited to Jeannette Branch. 

The Selectr'e Service Board for Division No. 2 was located 
in Jeannette. The board had classifications on file for 8,723 
registrants for military service from Jeannette, Penn, Manor, 
Irwin, and Trafford boroughs and North Huntingdon and Penn 
townships. Of this number 968 men were placed in the service 
by the board. The officers of the board were H. E. Cope, chair- 
man, and F. D. Eberhart, Dr. H. Ney Prothero and Chas. T. 
Myers, members. Sloan R. Hall was chief clerk during the 
greater portion of the board's work. Other patriotic men and 
women gave considerable of their time assisting the board in 
clerical duties. 

The local council of the Knights of Columbus responded 
to all calls for service. Its meetings were held in the hall on 
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part in the war-time activities of the community. The organiza- 
tion invested its surplus funds in Liberty Bonds and War Sav- 
ings Stamps. All dues and insurance of the members who had 
entered the military service were paid by the local council. The 
officers of the Knights of Columbus were James P. Richardson, 
Grand Knight; Joseph O'Toole, Deputy Grand Knight; A. Harry 
Kaylor, Financial Secretary ; Paul Carroll, Recording Secretary ; 
Carl Sunders, Chancellor; Patrick Savage, Warden; Frank 
Eberts, Lecturer ; John Richardson, Inside Guard ; Joseph 
Schmuckcr, Outside Guard; Rev. Felix Richter, Chaplain. 

The Jewish Welf.\re Bo.\rd assisted in all drives for funds 
and went "over the top" in the various campaigns. In addition 
to participating with other organizations of the community in 
war time activities, the Jewish Welfare Board's workers raised 
separate funds which were turned over to its national head- 
quarters. The work of the Jewish Welfare Board in Jeannette 
was directed by M. Katz, chairman, assisted by Joseph Finberg, 
Frank Levinc, Benjamin Levy, I. Newman, A. Lavictore, Barney 
Abrams, Louis ^^''hiteman, Charles Ratner, Louis Levine, Hyma.i 
Gross, Mrs. Jennie R. Finkclhor, Miss Minnie Sandson and Mrs. 
Benjamin Levy. 

In the five government loan drives loyal citizens of the 
Jeannette district bought $2,136,300 worth of Liberty and 
Victory Bonds, distributed as follows: First, 59,250; Second, 
$256,100; Third, $571,600; Fourth, $675,750; Victory, $573,600. 



Seneca G. Lewis, L. R. Schmcrtz and Mrs. Chas. F. Elj' were 
the chairmen of the campaigns and their organization's efficient 
work is reflected in the results. The Boy Scouts aided in the 
loan drives and succeeded in obtaining many subscriptions for 
bonds. Troop No. 4, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Frank 
J. Fink and Asssistant Scoutmaster Louis Weible, was the active 
organization in the campaigns. In the Fourth loan drive the 
Scouts had tent headquarters on Fourth street and sold bonds 
to the amount of $l<S,ooo in three days. In the Victory loan 
drive over $14,000 was subscribed in the alloted three days. 
The Scout troop was presented with a silk American flag by the 
Woman's Liberty Loan Committee in recognition of the assist- 
ance rendered by the Scouts. The United States Treasury De- 
partment's medals and bars were awarded to the following 
Scouts : Albert Adair, Scott Fink, James Cox, George Fink, 
Albert Lewis, John Prothero, Chester Harbaugh, James Bow- 
man, Albert Myers, Stephen Cruga, Harold Flint, Paul Fink, 
William Free, David Kelly and Alfred Zellers. 

The Four Minute Men appointed for the Jeannette district 
were Prof. E. W. Long, Chairman ; M. O. Schuster, John Ely, 
J. W. P. Hart, H. B. Saul and Martin Bombcrger. 

Everything considered, from April, 1917, to the present day, 
no community in Westmoreland County can have more deserved 
pride in its patriotism and loyalty than Jeannette. 




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ALBRECHT, ALPHOXSE— Son of 
("has. Albrecht. Entered service Sept. 
6. 1918. and sent to Camj) Forrest. 
22nd. Prov. Ret., 22 Batt.. Engin- 
eers. He was discharged in Jan., 1919, 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



ALDRIDGE. GEORGE LESTER — 
Enlisted in the service Sept. 22. 1917, 
in the 307th Trench Mortar Battery. 
Camp Lee, Va. Transferred to Camp 
Gordon and sent overseas May, 1918. 
Took part in many of the important 
battles and slightly wounded in the 
battle at Argonne. Returned March, 
1919, and was honorably discharged, 
with the rank of Corporal in April, 
1919. 



ALWINE. HARRY J. — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. William Alwine. Entered 



service Aug . 8, 1918. 
to Camp Wadswnrth. S. 
he was transferred to 
at Ft. Benj . Harrison . 
charged Dec. 3, 1918. 



and was sent 

C, from where 

the Engineers 

He was dis- 



ALSOPIEDY. ALBERT J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alsopiedy. En- 
tered service Sept. 22, 1917, and was 
sent to Camp Lee, Co. C, 321 Regt. 
82nd Division. Sailed May 2nd, 1918, 
taking parts in battles of St. Mihiel 
and Argonne Forest. Returned to U. 
S . in May, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged with the rank of Corporal 
on May 20. 1919. 






ALSdl'IKDY, LOUIS — Son nf Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Alsopiedy. Kntereil 
service May 27, 1913. and was sent 
to Camp Greenleaf. He was honorably 
discharged from the service on Jan. 
21, 1919. 



AI.TIKi; AXTnXIA— Snii of Mr. 
and ills. Angelu Alli^r. Entered ser- 
vice April 5, 1918, and served in Ma- 
chine Gun Co. D, 315 Regt., Camp 
Lee. Sailed May 18. 1918. and took 
part in the battles of St. Mihiel, Ver- 
dun, Argonne Forest and Artois Sec- 
tor. Returned May 30th, 1919, and 
was discharged June 10. 1919 . 



ALTIER, ANGKLO— Snn nf Mr and 
Mrs. Samuel Altier. Entered service 
Jan. 10, 1918, sent to Camp Lee and 
placed in Company B. 319 th Regt.. 
80th Division. Sailed May 18. 1918, 
and took part in battles of Artois 
Sector, St. Mihiel, Meuse- Argonne of- 
fensive. Returned June 2, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged June 17, 1919. 



ANTHONY, HARRY H.— Son of 
William H. Anthony. Entered ser- 
vice April 22, 1917, and sent to Camp 
Lee, Va. He was attached to the 
301st Motor Transport and sailed 
Jan. 2, 1918. Returned June 11. 1919. 
and was discharged with the rank of 
Sergeant on June 18, 1919. 





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A-'.ri'MAK, Ii.NA'IV. — >nn ..f Mr. Al'ALUCCI, Fl;ANK~S,.n cf ,T..s- 

and Mrs. Atiain Antuniak. Entered eph Apalucci. Entered service May 

service April 5, 1918, Company B, 27, 1918, and sent to Camp Greenleaf, 

315th Battalion, 80th Division, Camp placed in Medical Corps. Company 7, 

Lee. He served overseas and was Replacement Division. Sailed Aug., 

slightly gassed in battle. Returned 1918, and returned Dec. 23, 1918. 

May 30th, 1919, and was honorably He was honorably discharged Dec. 31, 

discharged June 14, 1919. 1918. 



Ayl'IN'll. Pelli-rinn — .Smi ul Mr. AKi iiKK. i'l.ATd— .^n,, .if .Mr. and 

and Mrs, Salabantino ,\quino. En- Mrs. John Arclier. Entered service 

listed March 26. 191 -!. and served in July, 1918, Student Army Training 

Detachment A, 2nd Battalion, Com- Corps. University of Pittsburgh. He 

pany C, Columbus Barracks. He was was discharged Dec, 1918, with the 

discharged March 13, 1919. rank of Sergeant. 




AUEL, EDWARD C. — Son of Mr. 
Charles Auel. Entered service Dec, 
1918, and assigned to Newport, R. I. 
He was discharged in Dec, 1918. 



AVOLA, GUISEPPI — Son of Sah 
vatora Avola. Entered service Feb. 
26, 1917, and served with Company I, 
110th Infantry, 2 8th Division, Camp 
Hancock, Ga. Sailed May 3, 1917, 
and took part in the battle of Chat- 
teau Thierry. He was shell shocked 
and returned to Unitel States June 
20, 1919, and discharged June 26, 
1919. 



AVOLA, LUGGIN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Salvatora Avola. Enlisted May 
27, 1917, 4th Trench Mortar Battalion, 
Camp Greenleaf. He was transferred 
to Camp Upton and discharged Dec. 
11, 1918, 



BACKER, FRANK \V. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jacob Backer. Entered ser- 
vice April 9, 1918, and assigned to 
Medical Corps at Camp Alfred Vail, 
Little Jersey, N. J. He was dis- 
charged with the rank of Sergeant 
Aug. 22, 1919. 



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BACKER. HENRY H. — Son of 
and Mrs. Jacob Backer. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6, 1918, and assigned to 
Company A, 1st Prov. Ret. Btn., Camp 
Lee, Va . He was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 12, 1919. 



BACKUS. FRANCIS J.— Son of 
Mrs. Margaret Backus. Entered ser- 
vice Oct, 6, 1917, and assdngieddwdw 
vice Oct. 6, 1917, and assigned to 3rd 
Construction Company, Air Service. 
Sailed March 16, 1918, and returned 
Dec. 4, 1918. He was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 15, 1918, at Garden City, 
N. Y. 



BAKER, WILLIAM — Son of August 
and Mary Baker. Enlisted May 27, 
1917. Was sent to South Carolina. 
Attached to Base Hospital. Not over- 
seas. Was honorably discharged Dec. 
24, 1918. 



BAUGHMAN, BERNARD— Son of 
Mr . and Mrs. John P . Baughman. 
Entered service July 21, 1917, Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th Div., 
Camp Hancock. Sailed May 3, 1918, 
and took part in the battle of Chateau 
Thierry, where he was wounded July 
29, 1918. Returned Dec. 1, 1918, and 
was discharged from N , S . General 
Hospital, No. 30, on Sept. 23, 1919. 







BAUGHMAN, HERBERT E. — Son 
of Mr, and Mrs. George Baughman. 
Entered service May 26, 1918, and 
was assigned to Ambulance Company 
34, 7th Division, Camp Greenleaf. Ga. 
Sailed Aug. 14, 1918, and took part 
in the battles of St. Mihiel and Ar- 
gonne Forrest. Returned May 29, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
June 3, 1919. 



BECKER, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Jacob Becker. Entered service 
Sept. 22. 1917. and assigned to Com- 
pany A. 320th Infantry. 80th Division, 
Camp Lee, Virginia. Sailed May 18, 
1918. and gassed in battle and re- 
moved to hospital. He returned to 
United States May 30th, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged June, 1919, 
with the rank of Corporal. 



BEERS. GEORGE R. — Son of Wil- 
liam F. Beers. Entered service April 
22, 1917, and was assigned to 320th 
Machine Gun Company. 82nd Divis- 
ion, Camp Lee, Virginia, Sailed May 
1, 1918, and served as a runner for 
320th Machine Gun Company. Slight- 
ly gassed. Returned to United States 
in May. 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged May 13, 1919. 



BENSON, RALPH — Son of Sadie 
Benson. Enlisted April 5, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee. Attached to Com- 
pany F, 319th Infantry, 1st Class 
Private. Sailed May 17, 1918. Cap- 
tured Oct. 5. Two months. Was 
honorably discharged May 12, 1919. 




BERGGREN. JOHN ALBERT^Son 
of Chas. W . Berggren. Entered ser- 
vice in 1918 and assigned to Company 
I, 318th Infantry, Camp Lee, Virginia. 




BERGGREN. CAI:L O. — Son of 
Charles Berggren. Entered service in 
1918, and assigned to Camp Lee. 
Sailed Oct., 1918, and took part in the 



Sailed May 22, 1918, and took part battles of Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel 

in the battles of Meuse Argonne, St. and others. Returned March, 1919, 

Mihiel, et al. Returned from over- and was honorably discharged March, 

seas May 27, 1919, and discharged 1919. 
with the rank of first-class private on 
June 3, 1919. 




BIGELOW. CHARLES B. — Son of 
Mrs. Mary Bigelow. Entered service 
in May, 1917, Company F, 5th Am- 
munition Train. Fort Brown, Texas. 
Sailed May, 1918, and took part in 
the battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne Offensive. Returned in July, 
1919. and was discharged in the same 
month. 




BILLUPS, JAY MURRAY — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Billups. En- 
tered service Feb. 5, 1919, for four 
years' service. Assigned to U. S, S. 
McCook destroyer, and has been to 
Austria and Italy. 




BILLUPS, JESSE W. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Billups. Entered ser- 
vice Apr. 25, 1917, assigned to New- 
port, R. I., and later to U. S. S. 
Galveston, Alywin. Released July 16. 
1919. with rank of First Machinists' 
mate. 




BILLUPS, C. JUDSON — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Billups. Entered ser- 
vice April 25, 1917, and assigned to 
Newport, R. I., where he remained as 
first-class ship fitter. He was dis- 
charged Jan. 29, 1919. 




BINGLE, JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. 
Rose Bingle. Entered service March 
3, 1918, and assigned to Columbus 
Barracks, Coast Artillery. He was 
discharged Dec. 8, 1918. 



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BIRD, WILLIAM J. — Born Feb. 16, 
1899. Son o£ Mr. and Mrs. J. Bird, 
121 Good St., Jeannette. Pa. Entered 
the service Oct. 29, 1917, and was as- 
signed to Camp Meade. Sailed for 
overseas March 30, 1918. Was at- 
tached to Company E, 23rd Engineers. 
Saw service in the Meuse-.\rgonne. 
Returned to the United States June 
15, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged on June 21, 1919. 



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BIRK. BERNARD LEO — Son of Mr. BIRK, PHILIP J. — Son of Mr. and 

and Mrs. Bernard Birk. Entered ser- Mrs. Bernard Birk. Entered service 

vice Aug. 15, 1918. Was attached to Sept. 22, 1917, and was assigned to 

Motor Transportation Company, Field Headquarters, Company 325 Regiment, 

Artillery and Camp Personel Office, 82nd Division, Camp Lee. Later as- 

Battalion F, 11th Regiment, Camp signed to Camp Gordon and sailed 

Pitt, Pa., and later assigned to Camp April 22, 1918. Took part in the 

Jackson, S. C. He was honorably battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse-Ar- orably discharged July 3, 1919 

discharged March 15, 1919, with the gonne. Returned from overseas May 

rank of Corporal. IB, 1919, and discharged ten days 

later. 



BISCHOFF, Oscar C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Bischoff. Entered 
service Aug. 8, 1918, and was as- 
signed to Company A., Auto Trans- 
portation Corps No. 4, Camp Wads- 
worth. Sailed Sept. 3. 1918, and re- 
turned June 28, 1919. He was hon- 




BLACK, GEORGE W. — Entered ser- 
vice in July, 1918. He was assigned 
to Battery B, 4th Regiment, F. A. R. 
D., Camp Taylor, Kentucky. Dis- 
charged Dec. 20, 1919. 




BLACK. HARRY L. — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. John Black. Entered ser- 
vice May 1st, 1918. 141st Company, 
Marine Corps, Paris Island, S . C . 
He was later assigned to Portsmouth, 
Virginia, and discharged Aug. 20, 
1919, with the rank of first-class pri- 
vate. 




BLAN'CHFIELD, COVINGTON A.— 
Son of Mr. Joseph V. Blanchfield. 
Entered service Aug. 8, 1918, and was 
assigned to Camp Wadsworth, S . C, 
4th Artillery Corps. Sailed Sept. 3, 
1918, and took part in the Argonne 
Offensive Oct. 23, Nov. 11, 1918. Re- 
turned June 3, 1919, and was dis- 
charged one month later. 





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BLANK, LLOYD JOHN — Son of BLANK, WILLIAM 0. — Son of Mrs. 
Mrs. Lucetta Blank. Entered service Lucetta Blank. Entered service Aug. 
July 27, 1917. Was assigned to Get- 8, 1917, Went to Cimp Wadsworth, 
tysburg and attached to Company D, and was placed with the 56th Pioneei* 
11th Machine Gun Battalion. Went Infantry. Sailed Sept. 4, 1918. re- 
overseas May 10, 1918, returned July turned May 29, 1919. Honorably dis- 
29, 1919. and honorably discharged charged June 3, 1919. 
Aug. 5, 1919. 




BLAZE. JAMES G. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Blaze. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 1, 1918. Went to the S. A. 
T . C . . at the University of Pitt s- 
burgh. W'as honorably discharged De- 
cember 13th, 1918. 




BLOEMER. ROYAL M. — Son of 
Charles and Ida Bloemer. Entered 
service Oct. 28, 1918. He was at- 
tached to the Band Masters' Corps at 
the Carnegie Tech. S. A. T. C. Waa 
honorably discharged Nov. 26, 1918. 




BOWMAN. RAYMOND — Son of Mrs. 
Jessie Bowman. Enlisted April 30, 
1917, in the Marine Corps. W^as sta 




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BOYD, THEODORE J. — Son of 
Walter Boyd. Entered service Aug. 
8. 1918. Went to Camp Wadsworth, 



tioned at Philadelphia. Sailed June attached to Company A, 56th Pioneer 

15, 1918. Returned to the United Infantry. Sailed Sept. 6, 1918. Hon- 

States and was honorably discharged orably discharged June 31, 1919. 
Aug. 13, 1919. 




BOYD, IRWIX JAilES — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd. Entered 
service in 1917. Went to Camp Lee, 
attached to the 104th Machine Gun 
Battalion. Sailed in Sept., 1918. Re- 
turned and was honorably discharged 
in March, 1919. 




BOYD, JOHN P. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John C. Boyd. Entered service 
in 1916. Was attached to the 107th 
Field Artillery, 28th Division at Camp 
Hancock. Sailed in May. 1918. Hon- 
orably discharged July 15, 1919. 




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BRADLEY. LEONARD J. — -Son of 
Joe and Anna Bradley. Entered ser- 
vice in Sept., 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee. Sailed in the Fall of 1919. Re- 
turned and was honorably discharged 
in July, 1919. 




BREAN. HARRY S. — Son of Daniel 
Brean. Entered service in May, 1916. 
Was with Company I, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. Sailed in May, 1918, 
w-as wounded, returned and was hon- 
orably discharged July 8, 1919. 



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BRECHT, FRED H. — Son of John 
F. Brecht. Entered service June 8, 
1917. Was with Troop H, 21st Cav- 
alry. Stationed at Fort Riley, Logan 
and others. Honor.ibly discharged 
Feb. 20, 1919. 



BRECHT, JOSEPH G.— Son of John 
Brecht. Entered Service July 22, 
1918. Went to Camp Lee. attached 
to the 155th Depot Brieade. Honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 2, 1919. 







BUICKER, CHARLES E. — Son of 
Harry G. Bricker and Eva Bricker. 
Enlisted April 10, 1917. "Was sent 
to Camp Hancock. Attached to 110th 
Regiment, 28th Division. Sailed May 
2, 1918 . Wounded hy sharpnel Aug. 
25, 1918. Was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 



BRINKER. JOHN N. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Amnion Brinker. Entered 
service Oct. 5, 1917. Went to Camp 
Lee. Attached to the 319th Infantry. 
Sailed May 18, 1918. Returned and 
was honorably discharged June 13, 
1919. 





BROW^N, ROY W. — Son of Mr . 
and Mrs. Wm. H. Brown. Entered 
service July 22, 1918. Went to the 
Officers' Training Camp at Camp Lee. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. Hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 15, 1919. 



BROWN. JAMES C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . W*m . H . Brown, Entered 
service April 5, 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee. Attached to the Sloth Machine 
Gun Battalion. Sailed May 18, 1918. 
Returned and honorably discharged 
June 10th, 1919. 




BROWN. SAMUEL R. — Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 28, 1918. Attached to the 
Machine Gun Company at Camp Alex- 
ander. Honorably discharged with 
rank of Corporal, Feb. 1, 1919. 




BUCKLEY, CARL R. — Son of Jay 
and Nancy Buckley. Enlisted May 
28, 1918, in the Navy, Was assigned 
to Wissahickson Barracks. Honorably 
discharged Feb. 5th, 1819. 



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I'.ni.MiCORE, VINCEXZO — En- 
tered service April .^, 191H. Was as- 
signed to Camp Lee. Placed with 
Company 1, 318th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision. Sailed oversees. Returned 
and was honorably discharged June 2, 
1918. 



liURCHELL, EDWARD — Entered 
service and was assigned to Camp 
Forrest. Attached to Cimpany A, 124th 
Engineers. Honorably discharged Jan. 
19, 1919. 



HUUCHELL, HENRY-^Eutered ser- 
vice ilay 12, 1918. Went to Camp 
Forrest. Attached to Company B, 51st 
Infantry, 6th Division. Sailed July 
4, 1918. Returned in April, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged later. 



Bl'.SH, HIRA.M .1 .^ni, .if .],,s. 
and .Margaret Bush. Entered service 
in July, 1918. Was attached to the 
Tank Corps. Sailed in Sept., 1918. 
Returned and was honorably dis- 
charged April 12, 1919. 





BYERLY, CHARLIE — Son ot Mrs. 
Mary Byerly. Entered service Aug. 
8, 1918. Went to Camp Wadsworth. 
Attached to the 56th Pioneer Infantry. 
Honorably discharged March 22, 1919. 



BYERLY, DAVID L. — Son of Mrs. 
Mary A. Byerly. Entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. Went to Camp Lee. 
Attached to Company G. 326th In- 
fantrv. 82nd Division. Sailed April 
29. i918. Returned May 29, 1919. 
Honorably discharged June 10, 1919. 








BYERLY. HARKY ii — .-M.n of Mrs. CAESAR, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 

Mary A. Byerly. Entered service July and Mrs. Joseph Caesar. Enlisted 
31, 1918. Went to Camp Forrest. At- July 22, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee and 
tached to the Engineers. Honorably Camp Johnston. Attached to the Mo- 
discharged December 19, 1918. tor Truck Company 536. Sailed Sept. 

29, 1918. Returned July 13, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged with rank 
ot Corporal July 22, 1919. 



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CARLEY, LUKE — Son of Mr. Jos- 
eph Carley. Enlisted July 22. 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Lee. attached to 
Company D, 16th Infantry. Sailed 
Sept. 26. 1918. Wus in the battles 

of Meuse, Argonne, and served in the charged Dec. 6, 191 
Army of Occupation with the 1st Di- 
vision. Returned Sept. 5, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged Sept. 26, 1919. 



CASPER. MICHAEL — Son of John 
and Rosie Casper. Enlisted Sept. 4, 
1918. Was sent to Fort Oglethorpe. 
Attached to the Seventh, Company 
158th D. B. Was honorably dis- 





CALDERONE. SAM — Son of Mrs. 
Josephine Calderone. Enlisted April 
5, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. At- 
tached to the Jledtcal Corps of the 
60th Division. Sailed May 18. 1918. 
Was in the battles of Argonne. St. 
Mihiel and Verdun. Returned May 
30, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
June 10, 1919. 



CALLIER. LLOYD M. — Son of 
Laura Collier. Enlisted May 27, 
1918, Was sent to Camp Greenleaf, 
Ga. Attached to Company D of the 
57th Engineers with the rank of Cor- 
poral Stalled Aug. 1918 . Returned 
from overseas Aug . 27, 1919, and is 
still in the service. 




CASPER. SULLIVAN — Son of John 
and Rose Casper. Enlisted Aug. 28, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Lee. Va. 
Attached to the 83rd Division. Sailed 
October 13, 1918. Returned March 
11. 1919 from overseas, and was hon- 
orably discharged March 26, 1919. 




CASSETT, ANGELO— Son of Ital- 
isky Cassett. Enlisted May 26, 1917. 
Sent to Camp at Oakmont, Pa . At- 
tached to the 15th Engineers. Sailed 
July 9, 1917. Was in the Battles at 
St. Mihiel and Argonne Forest. Re- 
turned from overseas April 27, 1919. 
Was honorably discharged May 17, 
1919. 



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CILLI, VITALE — Son of Vite an.l 
Carolina Cilli. Enlisted May 3, 1918. 
Sent to Camp Forrest and F.ort Thomas 
attached to the 6th Division Infantry. 
Sailed July 6. 1918. Was in the bat- 
les of Meuse, Argonne. Returned 
from overseas June 12, 1919 . Was 
honorably discharged June 17. 1919. 





COCA. ANTONIO^Enlisted May, 
1917. Sent to Camp Sherman at- 
tached to the 305th Engineers. Sailed 
July. 1917. Served in the battles of 
Meuse and Argonne. Returned from 
overseas June. 1919. Was honorably 
discharged June, 1919. 




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CONXAHAX, CHARLES A. — En- 
listed Ai)ril 19, 1918. Sent to Camp 
Lee. Virginia . Attached to Company 
D, 145th Regiment. 37th Division . 
Sailed June 6. 1918 . Wounded in 
right leg Oct. 31, 1918. in Flanders. 
Returned Jan. 31. 1919. Still in ser- 
vice. 



COSTELLO. RAYMOND — Son of 
John Costello. Enlisted March 12, 
1918. Sent to Columbus Barracks, 
Camp Hancock and Stewart. At* 
t ached to Headquarters Company in 
the Coast Artillery. Was honorably 
discharged Feb. 3, 1919. 



CHAPAR. PEBUIS— Son of Pebuis 
and Mary Chapar. Enlisted July 22, 
1918. Sent to Camp Lee, Virginia. 
Attached to 35th Company 153, Depot 
Brigade, as Machine Gunner. Sailed 
overseas Sept. 5. 1918. Returned 
April 5, 1919. Was honorably dis- 
charged April 5, 1919. 



CHIRICO. VIRGILIO— Son of Frank 
and Anna Chirico. Enlisted July 22, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Lee. Vir- 
ginia. Was honorably discharged Jan. 
22. 1919. 




CLAIR. WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Clair. Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and attached to the 
Engineers. He was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 1919. 




CLAIR, LOUIS— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Clair. Entered service 
July 31. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Company C. 
111th Engineers. He was honorably 
discharge:! Jan. 31. 1919. 




CLAVEL, BENJAMIN— Son of Ger- 
main and Constance Clavel. Enlisted 
Feb. 4, 1918. Attached to Battery 
B. 60th Regiment of Coast Artillery 
at Fort Monroe. Sailed April 23, 
1918. Returned Feb. 4. 1919. Was 
honorably discharged Feb. 17, 1919. 




CLAVEL, ERNEST — Son of Ger- 
main and Constance Clavel. Enlisted 
Sept. 4, 1918. Sent to Camp Forest. 
Attached to Company A, 124 Regi- 
ment. Was honorably discharged De- 
cember 23, 1918. 



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COLBERT, JAMES LEE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Colbert. En- 
listed in Dec, 1917. Sent to Norfolk, 
Va. Ranked as Ensign on the U. S. 
S. Denver, and U. S, S. Pittsburg. 
Was honorably discharged April 29, 
1919. 




COLMER, LAWRENCE E. — Son of 
Mrs. Mary Davis. Enlisted July 22, 
1918. Sent to Camp Lee, Ta. At- 
tached to the 57th Company, 15 Prov. 
R. C. T., Bn. 155, Depot Brigade. 
Was honorably discharged Dec, 1918. 



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COMMON. THOMAS— Son of Harry 
Common. Enlisted Feb. 7, 1918. At- 
tached to Company E, 59th Infantry, 
4th Division. Sailed May 5, 1918. 
Wounded in back and leg by shrapnel 
in Battles of St . Mihiel. Returned 
from overseas and was honorably dis- 
charged August 5, 1919. 




CONQUERY, JAMES — Son of Al- 
lison Conquery. Enlisted Aug. 8, 
1917. Sent to Camp Wadsworth and 
Camp Dix. Attached to Company D, 
46th Infantry, 42nd Division, Sailed 
Sept., 1917. Returned from overseas 
April, 1919. Was honorably dis-» 
charged May 2, 1919. 





CANNONE, GIOA^ANI — Son of 
Giovani Cannone. Enlisted March, 
1918. Sent to Camp Green and Camp 
Mills. Attached to the 58th Infantry, 
4th Division. Sailed May 15, 1918. 
Reported killed in action Aug. 16, 
1918. 




COLBERT, WILLIS J., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wm. J. Colbert, 315 N. First 
St., Jeannette, Pa. Enlisted in the 
Medical Department Dec. 26, 1917. 
Was attached to hospital in Youngs- 
town, Ohio. Discharged in July, 1919. 




COMPTON. CHARLES W. — Son of 
Ella Compton. Enlisted Jan. 27, 
1919. In the Navy. Was promoted 
App. Seaman. Was an Expert Gun- 
ner. Sailed on the U. S. S. Texas. 
Still in service. 



COPPER, EDMOND. son of Mrs. 
Catherine Copper. Entered service, 
assigned to Camp Dix and attached to 
Battery A. 59th Coast Artillery. Went 
overseas Nov. 1918 . Returned Jan. 
1919, and honorably discharged Feb. 
1919. 







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COSCIA, JOHN — Son of Mr. aiul CltOCK, GEOKGE— Son of Tobias CUdUSHUl;!:. S.V.M LEL — Eiiti-ri^l CU.N.XIXl .liA.M. Al.lli;i;T— .s,,n uf 
Mrs. Antiuo Coscia. Entered service Crock. Entered service December 11, service. Was assigned to Camp Han- Mr. and Mrs. William Cunningham. 
July 24 1918. Was assigned to Camp 1917. Was assigned to Philadelphia cock. Was attached to Company H, Entered service June 15, 1918. As- 
Lee and attached to 125th Company, and attached to the Navy. Was hon- 111th Infantry, 28th Division. Went signed to Penn State College. Later 
Was honorably discharged Aug. 6, orably discharged Aug. 15, 1919, with overseas May 5, 1918. Returned May to Hancock and attached to the 139th 
1918. rank of first-class Machinist. 4, 1919, and honorably discharged Ordinance Depot Company. He was 

May 17, 1919. honorably discharged Jan. 3, 1919. 






CUNXIXGIIA.M, 1i;ANK— Son of CURNOE, WILLIAM— Entered ser- DAUGHERTY, CHARLES— Son of DAUGHERTY, HARRY— Son of Mr. 

Mrs. George Young. Entered service vice Dec. 12, 1917. Was assigned to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Daugherty. En- and Mrs. S. C. Daugherty. Enlisted 

Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned to Springfield and attached to the 262nd tered service Dec. 20, ]917. Was as- July 6, 1915, was assigned to Camp 

Camp Lee and attached to the 13th Aero Squadron. Went over seas Dec. signed to Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Stewart, later Hancock, and attached 

Company, 155th Depot Brigade. Was 1917, Returned Dec, 1918, and hon- and attached to Medical Reserve to the Medical Corps of 111th lu- 

honorably discharged Feb. 27. 1919. orably discharged the same month. Corps He was honorably discharged fantry, 28th Division. Went over- 



with rank of Cook. 



Feb. 15, 1919. 



seas May 5, 1918. Was gassed, re- 
turned April 29, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 6, 1919. 



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DAVIS. BRANIERD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. L. Davis. Enlisted 
June 4. 1917. Was assigned to Allen- 
town and at tat- lied to the 583 Am- 
bulance Corjis. Went overseas Aug. 
20, 1917. Was gashed. Returned 
April 1. 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 9. 1919. 



DAVIS. THOMAS — Son of Alike 
Davis. Entered service Sept. 5, 1917. 
Was assigned to Camp Sherman and 
attached to Company C. 361st Infan- 
try, 91st Division. Went overseas 
-luue 3, 1918. Returned April 17. 
1919, and honorably discharged April 
30, 1919, with rank of Sergeant. 





DIETZ, EWALD — Son of Mr. Chas. 
Dietz. Entered service May 4, 1917. 
Was assigned to Portland and attached 
to Battery C, 54th Regiment of Heavy 
Artillery . Went overseas March 9, 
1918. Returned March 10, 1919, and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Sergeant . 



DELLAREIPKETE, BELLOFONTE 
— Son of Mr. Vincenzo Dellareiprete. 
Entered service Feb. 28. 1917. Was 
assigned to Glenburg and attached to 
Company C, 601st Engineer.-?. Went 
overseas July 1, 1918. Returned July 
12, 1919, and honorably discharged. 
July 12, 1919. 






DELVITTO, CHARLES — Son of 
Mr. anil Mrs. Ambrose Delvitto. En- 
tered service Sept. 22. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company B, 319th Machine Gun Bat- 
talion. Went overseas May 2, 1918. 
Returned Mar. 3, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with rank of Sergeant. 



DEXUXZIO, JOHN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Tony Denunzio . Entered 
Service June 27, 1918. Was assigned 
to Hampton Roads and attached to the 
Naval Aviation. He was honorably 
discharged Jan. 6, 1919. 




DE PALMA. ANTHONY — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Nicholas De Palma . En^ 
tered service 1917. Was assigned to 
Fort Benjamin Harrison and attached 
to Company L, 45th Infantry, 9th Di- 
vision. He was honorably discharged 
April 10, 1919, with rank of Corporal. 




DE PALMA, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Nicholas De Palma. En- 
tered service March 18, 1918. Was 
assigTied to Washington Barracks. D, 
C . , and attached to 56th Light En- 
gineers' Anti-Air Crait. Went over- 
seas July, 1918. Returned Feb. 11, 
1919, and honorably discharged Feb. 
25. 1919. 




DETAR. Jobn^Son nf Mr un.l Mrs. 
Henry Detar. Entered service April 
27. 1917. Was assigned to Fort Mc 
Kinlev and attached to Battery E, 
12th ' Field Artillery. 2nd Division. 
Went overseas Jan. 11. 1918. Re- 
turned Aug. 6, 1919. and honorably 
discharged Aug. 13, 1919. 



DEWALT. (HARLKS— Son ci Mr. 
mui Mrs. D. W. Dewalt. Entered 
service May. 1918. Was assigned to 
Fort Thomas and attached to Com- 
pany A. 52nd Infantry. 6th Division. 
Went overseas July 5, 1918 . Re- 
turned June 12, 1919. and honorably 
discharged July, 1919. 




DEWALT. KUSSEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . D . W . Dewalt . Entered 
service July 22. 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company D, Machine Gun Company. 
He was honorably dis'-harged Feb. 3. 
1919, with rank of Corporal. 




DINKEL. FRED — Son ..f Mr. .Inlin 
l>inkel , Enlered service April 5. 
1918 . Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the Machine Gun 
Company . Went overseas ilay 22, 
1918. Returned June. 1919. and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 




DI PASi^L'ALE. JACK — Son of Mr. 
Const at ino Di Pasquaie. Entered ser 
vice Aug. 28, 1918 . Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Coni 
pany B, 331st Infantry, 83rd Division. 
Went overseas Oct. 13. 1918. Re- 
turned Jan, 26, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with rank of Corporal. 




Dl PASt^l^\LE. JOSEPH — Son of 
Constantino Di Pasquaie. Entered 
service May 3, 1917. Was assigned 
to Fort Ethan and attache! to 77th 
Artillery, 4th Division. Went over- 
seas March, 1918. was slightly gassed. 
Returned July, 1919. and honorably 
discharged . 




DIX. VURT W, — Enlererl servue 
August 23, 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Alexander and attached to the 
304th Engineers. He was honorably 
discharged July 31, 1019. 




I.tKAX.SART. JLLES — Son of Mrs. 
Malvina Dransart . Entered service 
April 5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company D. 
313th Machine Gun Battalion. Went 
overseas in Summer of 1918 . Was 
slightly gassed. Returned and hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 6, 1919. 



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DKIXKU. I'^ilERY— .Son of Mike I'KXNKO, JU^^EFH — .Son of Mike 

and Bertha Drinko. Enlisted July and Bertha Drinko. Enlisted May 26, 

26th, 1917. Was sent to Camp Hau- 1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf. 

cock. Ga. Attached to Infantry De- Ga . Attached to Field Art. 26th Di- 

partment. Sailed May 3. 1918. Was vision. First-class Private. Sailed 

honorably discharged May 23, 1919. July 24, 1918. Was honorably dis- 

With A. E. F. sharged April 26, 1919. 




DRINKO. JOHN — Son of Mr. Mike 
and Bertha I)rinko. Enlisted April, 
1917. Sent to Camp Gettysburg. At- 
tached to Infantry, 5th Division. 
Sailed May 4, 1918". Returned July 




DRINKO. STE\AN— Snn of Mike 
and Bertha Drinko . Enlisted Sept. 
18, 1917. Was attached to Eng. De- 
partment Company 104. Sailed March 
29, 1918, Was honorably discharged 



7, 1919, Engaged in the battles of April 24, 1919. Transportation date 
Meuse - Argonne and St. Mihiel. Was of discharge . 
honorably discharged July 7, 1919, 
Was made Corporal. 







DUCKWORTH, HARRY — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Duckworth. En^ 
tered service August, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Pittsburgh, Pa., and honor- 
ably discahrged ten days later. 



DUEZ, EDWARD — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Duez. Entered service April 23, 
1917 . Was assigned to Fort Bliss 
and attached to Troop 15th, Military 
Police, Was honorably discharged 
March 17, 1919, 



DUNN, RAYMOND — Son of James 
Dunn. Enlisted Aug. 8, 1917. At- 
tached to Corp Headquarters Com- 
pany, 4th Division. Sailed May 3, 
1918 . Aisne, Marne. St . Mihiel, 
Meuse-Argonne offensive. Army of 
occupation in Germany. Was honor 
ably discharged Aug. 7. 1919. 



DUNN, THOMAS 
James T. Dunn, Sen 
First-class private 
No active service . 



Son of Mr. 
t to Camp Di.\. 
Went overseas. 




ELLIOTT. MICHAEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Elliott . Entered service 
May 27, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 
Corps of Mobile Hospital. Went over- 
seas August 23, 1918. Returned May 
23, 1919, and honorably discharged 
Jan. 1919. 




ELY, CHARLES— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ely Entered service May 19, 
1917. Was assigned to Allentown 
and attached to the Medical Corps 
of Base Hospital No. 27. Went over- 
seas Sept. 27, 1917. Was wounded, 
returned April 7, 1919, and honorably 
discharged April 10, 1919. 




ELY, GERALD — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Ely. Entered service Aug 
16, 1917. Was assigned to Allen - 
town and attached to the Medical De* 
partment of Base Hospital 27. Went 
overseas Sept. 27. 1919. Returned 
March 24, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 1, 1919. 




ENGSTROM, ALBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Martin Engstrom . Entered 
service Feb, 11, 1918, Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
C. 305th Signal Corps. 80th Division, 
Went overseas May 28. 1918. Re- 
turned April 12, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 10. 1919. 







EREDITARIO, ANZELMA — Son of EVANGELIST, TONY— Son of Mr. EVANGELIST, JOSEPH — Son of FAIRCHILD, CHARLES R. — Son 
Mr. and Mrs. Angollino Ereditario, and Mrs. Dominick Evangelist. En- Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Evangelist. of Sarah Fairchild. Enlisted August 
entered service Sept, 1. 1917. Was tered service Aug. 29, 1918. Was as- Entered service Sept. 3. 1918. Was 6, 1918. Was sent to Paris Islanij. 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached signed to Camp Lee and attached to assigned to Camp Forrest and at- Attached to Comanpy 89, First Regi- 
to Company E. 30th Infantry, 3rd Di- Conii)any B. 153rd Regiment. D. B. tached to the 20th Engineers. 1st Bat- ment. Assigned to U. S. S. Han- 
vision. Went overseas April' 1. 1918. U. 1). Went overseas Sept. 1918. talion. He was honorably discharged cock. Sailed Nov. 3. 1918. Returned 
was wounded, returned March 19, Returned and honorably discharged Dec. 26, 1918. June 26. 1919. Was honorably dis 
1919, and honorably discharged April April 3, 1919. charged July 16, 1919. 
8, 1919. 



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FAKOUX. TONY G. — Son of Leon 
and Julia Faroux. Enlisted July 3» 
1917. Sent to Gettysburg. Attached 
to Company F, 4th Infantry, Machine 
Gun. Sailed April. 1918. In Battle 
of the Marne. ilontfaucon and Chateau 
Thierry. Was wounded and in hos- 
pital three months. Returned April 
20, 1919. Honorably discharged. 
April 24, 1919. 



FIELD. HARRY. JR. — Son of Harry 
Field. Sr. Enlisted April 10, 1917. 
Assigned to C. A. C. 



FENNEL. HUGHEY A. — Son of Mr. 
Harry and Mrs . Anna Fennel . En- 
listed Sept. 21. 1917. Attached to 
Company M. 176th Infantry. Was 
made Corporal . Sailed February 27, 
1918. Returned April 26, 1919. Was 
honorably discharged May 3, 1919* 
Engaged in the battles of Champagne. 
Marne defensive, St. Mihiel offensive. 



FILKOSKY. SAM — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Filosky. Entered into 
United States Service in 1918. As- 
signed to General Hospital Corps, Fort 
Ontario, N. Y. Honorably dfscharged 
Jan. 1919. 








FISHER. CLARENCE C. — Son of 
Mr>. Katherin Myers, Entered the 
service in May 1918. Was sent 
to Greenby, Ga. Attached to Medical 
Corps, Hospital No. 5, Oswego, N. Y. 
Honorably discharged Aug. 28, 1919. 



FISHER. HARRY — Son of Mrs, 
Katherine ilyers. Enlisted in 1916. 
Was sent to El Paso. Texas, and 
Green. N. C. Attached to Battery A, 
3rd Field Artillery. Sailed May. 1918. 
Returned August, 1919. In battle of 
the Meuse, Argonne, Chateau Thierry, 
and other battles. Reenlisted in Ger- 
many for one year. 




FONTINA, CHARLES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Vinduco Fontina. Entered 
the service April 5, 1918, in the SOoth 
Engineers. Assigned to Camp Lee. 
Sailed July 1, 1918. Returned Dec. 
20, 1918. Honorably discharged Dec. 
30, 1918. 




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FORD, FRANCIS — Son of James C, 
Ford. Entered service Oct. 1, 1918. 
Attached to Medical Reserve. Was 
sent to Bellevue Medical College. Still 
in service. 




FORF.MAX. FRANK — .Son of An- 
thony and Rose Foreman. Entered 
service May 'J7, 1918. Was sent to 
Camps Greenleaf and Merritt. At-" 
tached to 22nd Field Hospital. 7th 
Division. Sailed Aug. 1918. Re 
turned July, 1919. Honoral>ly dis- 
charged July, 1919. 




FORGNEIR, VICTOR — Son of Cis- 
irine Forgneir. Entered the service 
Dec. 1918. Sent to Greenleaf, X. C. 
Attached to Infantry. Sailed Jan. 1. 
1919. Returned April 1. 1919. Hon- 
oratdy discharged May 1919. 




FULMER, HOWARD F. — Son of 
Harry and Mary Fulmer. Enlisted 
June 23rd. Attached to Company F. 

Regiment 1st F. A. Sailed . 

Was honorably discharged July 1st. 
1916. Disability. Service at Mexi- 
can Border. 




GADEN, GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
Charles and Mrs. Mary Gaden. En- 
listed Feb. 27, 1915. Was an ex- 
pert gunner. Sailed May 14, 1915. 
Was wounded by shrapnel and one 
injury. Returned Dec. 22, 1918. Was 
honorably discharged Jan. 17, 1919. 
Engaged in the battles of Arras, 
Somme and Malines. Saw service in 
Belgium , 




GARDNER. HARRV WILLIAM — 
.Son of Mr<. Fran<-is J. Gardner. En- 
tered service Sept. 1918. Sent to 
Camp Greenleaf. Ga. Assigned to 
General Hospital No. 3, Medical Corps. 
Uonnrahly discharged Aug. 21. 1919. 



GARLAND FRANCIS G. — Son of H. 
B. and Isabelle Garland. Enlisted 
April 27. 1917. Sent to Fort Strong 
and Fort Adams. Attached to Bat. 
tery B, Regiment 51. Sailed Aug. 
14. 1917. Returned Feb. :), 1919. 
Battery received citation. Battle of 
St. Mihiel. Honorably discharged 
Feb. 14, 1919. 



GAULT, WILLIAM T. — Son of Liz- 
zie Gault. Enlisted July 12, 1917. 
Sent to Camps Dix, Hancock and Mer- 
ritt. Attached to 110th Infantry. 
Sailed May 2, 1918. Wounded in ac- 
tion. Returned Jan. 1919. Honor- 
nhlv discharged Feb. :!. 1919. 



GERARD. EUGENE S. — Son of Jos 
eph A. and Elizabeth Gerard. Enlist- 
ed Aug. 15. 1918. Sent to Camps 
Jackson and Dix. Assigned to Mo- 
tor Mechanic Corjis, bugler. Field 
.\rtillery. 153 Depot Brigade. Honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 11, 1919. 



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UEEIIOX, JESSE J. — Son of Frank- 
lin Germon. Enlisted April 5, 1918. 
Sent to Newport, R. I., attached to 
Navy. Sailed July, 1918. Returned 
Dec. 30, 1918. Honorably discharged 
Jan. 25, 1919. 



GERMON, VICTOR D. — Son of 
Franklin Germon. Enlisted June. 
1918. Sent to Camps Sherman, Mer- 
ritt, Logan. Attached to 79'th Artil- 
lery. Sailed July 1918. Returned 
March 1919. Honorably discharged 
July. 1919. 



GERMON, ■WESTLEY M. — Son of 
Franklin M. Germon. Enlisted Dec. 
S, 1917. Sent to Kelly Field. At- 
tached to 151st Aerial Squadron 
Sailed July 1918. Returned March 
1919. Honorably discharged March 
1919. 



GESS, JESSIE BOYD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. AV . M. Gess. Enlisted in 
1918. Sent to Camps Lee and Mer- 
ritt. Attached to 76 Camp Hospital 
Medical Corps. Saile.l Sept. 4, 1918. 
Returned July 5, 1919. Honorably 
discharged July 1919. 




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GEYEB, EARL E. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. Geyer. Enlisted July 22. 
1918. Sent to Camp Lee. Attached 
to Machine Gun Battery. 10.5th Regi- 
ment, 27th Division. Sailed Sept. 5. 
1918. Returned March 8, 1919. 
Honoraljly discharged April 6, 1919. 



GHRIST, ALBERT S. — Son of Al- 
bert and Emirna Christ . Enlisted 
July 1, 1917. Sent to Camp Robin- 
son, Wis. Attached to 17th Field 
Artillerv. Sailed December 14, 1917. 
Returned Aug. 22, 1919. Battles of 
Chateau Thierry, Soissons, .St. Miliiel, 
Champagne. Honorably discharged 
Aug. 22, 1919. 



GILL, WILLIAM V. — Son of John 
F. Gill. Enlisted May. 1917. Sent 
to Camps Hancock, Merritt. Attached 
to 110th Infantry, Company I, .38th 
Division. Sailed May 2, 1918. Killed 
in action July 29. 191S. 



GILCREST, CLAUDE D. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Gilcrest. Enlist- 
ed in 1909, Naval Reserve. Sent to 
Colombus Barracks. Assigned to U. 
S. S. Finland, as Pharmacist. Sailed 
in Spring of 1918. Still in service. 







GILCREST. NYE H. — Son of Mrs 
Harry T. Gilcrest. Enlisted Sept. 
3, 1918. Sent to Camp Forrest. As' 
signed to 4 Pros. Ret. C'o. Honor 
ably discharged December 26, 1919. 



GII.lliE.ST. VEKE— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry Gilcrest. Enlisted 
July 22, 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. 
Assisned to Depot Brigade. Companv 
3.5. "Sailed in Pall of 1918. Returned 
Summer of 1919. Honorably dis- 
charged April 5, 1919. 



GIUON. GEORGE E.— Son of Mi- 
chel Giron. Enlisted Sept. 4, 1918. 
Sent to Camp Forrest. Attached to 
Engineers. Honorably discharged 

Dec. 21, 1919. 



(,Il;t>.\, \AI.I;NT1\E — Son of Mi- 
chel Giron. Enlisted July 22, 1918. 
Sent to Camp Lee. Attached to 28th 
Division, Machine Gun Company. 
Sailed Sept. 4, 1918. Returned Ap- 
ril 1919. Honorably discharged Ap- 
ril 1919. 




GISSNER. ALBERT — Son of Philip 
Cerina Gissner. Enlisted April 23, 
1917. Sent to Fort Bliss. Attached 
to Troop K, 8th Cavalrv. Honorably 
discharged Feb. 27, 1919. 




GLSSXEK. TONY — Son of Plrillip 
and Cesisa Gissner. Enlisted Dec. 
15. 1915. Sent to U. S. S. Colum- 
bia and U. S. S. Crisie. Honorably 
discharged Aug. 19, 1919. 



GOETTLER, NORBERT CARL— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goettler. 
Enlisted December 11, 1917. Sent to 
Columbus, Ohio, and Camps Greene 
and Merritt. Sailed May 22, 1918. 
Returned July 31, 1319. Battles of 
Aisne. Marne, Vesle, Toul, St. Mihiel, 
Mense-Argonne. Honorablj' discharged 
August 5, 1919. 




GONGAWARE, HOWARD DAVID 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gonga- 
ware. Enlisted July 6. 1917. Sent 
to League Island. Attached to Ma- 
chine Gun Company, Battery 2, 8th 
Brigade, 3rd. Honorably discharged 
March 11, 1919. 



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GOXGAWARE. NOBLE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jerry Gongaware. Enlisted 
July 21. 1918. Sent to Camp Lee. 
Attached to Company K, Battery 18. 
Honorably discharged Dec. 15, 1918. 



GOUNDER. JOHN H. — Son of 
Harry and Anna Goiinder. Enlisted 
May 12, 1917. Sent to Fort Bliss. 
Attached to Troop J, 8th Cavalry. 
Honorably discharged April 14, 1919. 




GRANT, ALBERT E. — Son of Mrs, 
Katherine Grant. Ealisted Jan. 7, 
1918. Sent to Ft. Thomas. At- 
tached to 48th Regimont, Coast Artil- 
lery. Sailed Nov. 2. 1918. Re- 
turned Spring of 1919. Honorably 
discharged March 17, 1919. Re-en- 
listed May 18, 1919. 



GREEXAWALT, HARRY. — Son of 
John E. and Luella Greenawalt. En- 
listed Nov. 8, 1913. Sent to Fort 
Logan. Attached to Company G, 12th 
Regiment, Infantry. Sailed Fall of 
1918. Returned July 5, 1919. Still 
in service. 




GREENAWALT, HARRY M. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greenawalt. 
Enlisted Jan. 1918. Sent to Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. Attached to 
Ordnance Department. Honorably 
discharged Feb. 1918. 





GREEN. SYLVESTER F. — Son of GULIANO, LOUIS — Enlisted 1917. 

Fred and Mary Green. Enlisted Sept. Sent to Camp Lee. Attached to Bat- 

5, 1918. Sent to Cami> Greenleaf. At- tery B, 16th U. S. A. Sailed in 

tached to Medical Corps. Honorably 1917. Returned 1919. 
discharged December 18. 1918. 




GUY', HOWARD H — Son of Mr. El- 
mer Guy. Enlisted July 22, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Lee. Attached to 
316th Infantry, 79th Division. Sailed 
Sept. 6, 1918. Was honorably dis- 
charged June 7, 1919. 







l.l V, iliiWARI) W. — Snn of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph H. Guy. Enlisted 
Oct. 6, 1917. Sent to Camp Lee. 
Attached to Headquarter's Company, 
11th Regiment. 5th Division. Infantry, 
Sailed March, 1918. Returned May, 
1919. Honorably discharged May 26, 
1919. 



GUY, RALPH S.— Son of Mr. El- 
mer E. Guy. Enlisted July 22, 1918. 
.Sent to Camp Lee. Attached to 316th 
Infantry. Sailed Sept. 6, 1918. Re- 
turned May 30, 1919. Was honor- 
ably discharged June 7, 1919. 



GUY, SAMUEL J.— Son of Richard 
and Naomi Guy. Enlisted April 26, 
1917. AVas sent to Greenleaf and 
Mills. Attached to Field Supply 
Medical Department, 1st Army over. 
Private, tirst-class. Sailed June 7, 
1917. A\'as honorably discharged 
Aug. 16, 1919. Chateau Thierry, Ar- 
gonne Forest . 



HACKEY, CARL FRANK — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H.-'.ckey. Entered 
the service in Sept. 1918. Was sent 
to Camp Forest and sailed for over- 
seas Dec. 20, 1918. Returned to 
U. S. and was honorably discharged 
from the service in August 1919. 







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HALL. JOSEPH H. — Son of Lee 
Hall. Entered the service in Aug. 
1918. Was sent to Camp Joseph and 
sailed for overseas in Fall of 1918. 
Returned to United States and was 
honorably discharged in Sept. 1919. 



HANNOVILLE, MAX. — Entered the 
service in Nov. 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Wadsworth and served in Quar- 
termaster's Corp. Went overseas 
Sept. 1918. 



HARDY. HARRY" W. — Son of Mr. HARROLD, FRANKLIN— Son of 

and Mrs. J. W. Hardy. Entered the Mr. and Mrs. HarroM. Entered the 
service in May 1917, with Company B. service in Feb. 1918. Was sent to 
Regiment 19. 5th Division. Was sent Camp Lee and was honorably dis- 
to Columbus Barracks and sailed May charged in March 19J9. 
1918. Returned to United States and 
was honorably discharged in July 
1919. 



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HARTMAN, FRANK H. — Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hartman. En- 
tered the service in Feb. 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Merritt and was hon- 
orably discharged from the service in 
Aug. 1919. 



HASSINGER. RAYMOND A.— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. J. F. Hassin- 
ger. Entered the service in April 
1918, with Company D, 80th Division. 
Was sent to Camp Lee and sailed for 
overseas in May 1918. Saw action in 
battle of St. Mihiel. Verdun and Ar 
gonne Forest. Returned to United 
States and was honorably discharged 
in June 1919. 



HASSIXdER. FRANK P. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs, Rev. .J. F. Hassingcr. 
Entered the service in April 1918, with 
the 80th Division. Was sent to Camp 
Lee and sailed in May 1918. Saw ac- 
tion in Argonne Forest and St. Mihiel. 
Returned to United States and was 
honorably discharged in June 1919. 



HELMAN. MEADfc: C. — Son of Mr. 
Francis Helnuin. Enlisted May 27. 
1918 . Sent to Greenleaf, AUentown. 
Sailed Sept. 27. 1918. Was honor- 
ably discharged May 8. 1918. 




HENDERSON. OTTIS LEO — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Henderson. En- 
tered the service in May 19] 8. and 
was sent to Camp Greenleaf. Sailed 
for overseas in August 1918. Re- 
turned to United States and was hon- 
orably discharged in May 1919. 




HERMAN. LOUIS. --Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Herman. Entered the ser- 
vice in April 1918. with Comjiany A. 
3rd Engineer Training Regiment. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and was honorably 
discharged from the service in April 
1919. 



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HERMAN. JOHN — Son of Mr. and HERMAN, FRED — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. John Herman. Entered the ser- Mrs. John Herman. Entered the 

vice in 191?^. with Company G. 319th service in July 1918. Was sent to 

Infantry. 80th Division. Was sent Camp Lee and was honorably dis- 

to Camp Lee and sailed for overseas charged in Aug. 1918, on account of 

in May 1918 . Returned to United ear trouble. 
States and was honorably discharged 
in June 1919. 




Hn;<;iNs. william henry — snn 

of Mr. 11 nd Mrs. John Higgins. En- 
tered the service in Jan. 1914, with 
Company F, 32nd Artillery. Was sent 
to San Diego. Cal., and then to Ha- 
waian Islands, where he still is. 




HIXKS. MICHAEL H. — Son of John 
Hines . Entered the service in Sept. 
1918. and was sent to Camp Green- 
leaf. Sailed Oct. 6, 1918. Returned 
to United States in July and was hon- 
orably discharged from the service 
the same month , 




HINES. JOHN E.— Sun of Jolin 
Hines. Entered the service in April 
1917, with Company F. Was sent 
to Camp Wads worth and sailed for 
overseas in July 1918. Returned to 
United States and was honorably dis- 
charged in May 1919. 




HOLBY. DANIEL E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. D. J. Holby. Entered the 
s^ervice in Sept. 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Forrest and was honorably dis- 
charged in Dec. 191S. 




HOOD, PAUL O. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . John L . Hood . Entered the 
service in Dec. 1917. Sailed for 
overseas in June 1918. Returned to 
United States in July and was hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 




HOAK. WM. P. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Wm . Hoak. Entered the ser- 
vice in the Spring of 1918. Was hon- 
orably discharged in Dec, 1918. 




HORDLS. ROBERT V.— Sun of Mrs. 
Mary Hordis. Entered the service in 
July 1917, with Company I. 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. Was sent to 
Camp Hancock and sailed for over- 
seas in May 1918. Rerarned to United 
States and was honorably discharged 
from the service in May 1918. 




HOUSLKR. ELMi:K E.— Sun of 
Mr . and Mrs . Lewis Housler . En- 
tered the service in May 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Greenl^at and sailed for 
overseas in Sept. 1918. Returned to 
United States and was honorably dis- 
charged in April 1919. 



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HUETHER. CHART ES W. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huether. En- 
tered the service in Feb. 1918, with 
Company B, 313th Resriment . Was 
sent to Camp Lee an.t sailed for over- 
seas in May 1R18 . Saw action in 
battle of St. Mihiel and Argonne for- 
est. Returned to United States and 
was honorably discharged in Jnly 
1919. 



HUETHER. GEORiiE M. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huether. Entered 
the service in Sept, 1917, with Com- 
pany G, 32fith Infantry. 82nd Division. 
Was sent to Camp Lee and sailed for 
overseas in April 1018, Saw action in 
Battle of St. Mihiel and Argonne for- 
est . Returned tn United States and 
was Jionorably discharged in June 
1910. 





HUGUS, RICHARD T., JR. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hugus, Sr. 
Entered the service in May 1918. with 
Base Hosjiital, Nn . 5.5 Medical Corps. 
Was sent to Camp Greenleaf and 
sailed for overseas in August 1918 . 
Returned to United States in June 
1019, and was lionorably discharged 
from tlie service in July 1919 . 



HUGUS. Z. Z. — Son of Mr. auU 
Mrs. R. T. Hugus. Entered the seri 
vice in Dec. 1917. Was sent to Kelly 
Field and was honorably discharged 
in Dec. 1918. 






I.\'i.kAUA-M, liKul;,;]-: — snn .d Mr. 
anrl iirs, Merreli liii^raliaTn . Entered 
service Dec. V2, 1917. Was assigned 
to Columbus Barracks, and attached 
to the Quartermaster's Department. 
Went overseas May 1918. Returned 
July 1919, and honorably discharged 
the same month. 



IRKl..\Xi', i;ul',Ll. r.— Sun of :\ir. 
and ilrs. Ireland. Entered service 
Ajiril 'JO, 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
D. ll'2th Engineers, 37th Division 
Went overseas June 23. 1918. Re- 
turned April 1. 1910, and honorably 
discharged April 12, 1919. 



lUW'fX. CLYiiE— Snn ..f Mr. iind 
-Mrs , Joliu Irwin . Entered service 
Feb. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Stewart and attached to the 36th 
Regiment of Coast Artillery . He was 
honorably discharged Dec. 7. 1918. 



-lAi:, .mux— Snii of Mrs. Anna 
.1 ae . Kntere<l service -May 2 7, 1018. 
Was assigned to Fort Oglethorpe and 
attached to Base Hospital No. 20 . 
Went overseas August 23, 1918. Re- 
turned April 28, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 7, 1919. 



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.lUU.XbU.X. AI:THUR— Son uf r^irs. 
Richard Johnson. Entered service 
Sept. 3, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
D. 6th Development Battalion, 158th 
Depot Brigade. He was honorably 
discharged Dec. 6. 1918. 




JUII-XSUN, RICHARD — Son of Mrs. 
Richard Johnson . Entered service 
April 2, 1019. Was assigned to 
Fort Thomas, and attached to Bat-* 
tery A. 55th Artillery. Went over- 
sea's Sept. 1918. Returned Feb. 
1910, and honorably discharged Feb. 
15. 1910. 




JUNES, PAUL— Sun ni Mr^. Agnes 
Jones. Entered service June 1918 . 
Was assigned to Camp Forrest and at 
tached to Comiiany L, 51st Artillery . 
He was honorably discharged Feb. 
2, 1019. 




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JOYCE. MIKE — Son of C]iri>t> 
Joyce . Entered service June 1910. 
Was assigned to Fort Athen and at- 
tached to the Aviation. Went over 
seas March 1918. Returned March 
1919. He holds rank uf Corporal, 
and is still in the service. 




JOYCE, THOMAS— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Christy Joyce. Entered service. 
Was assigneil to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to the Army. He was hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 18, 1919. hold- 
ing the rank of Sergeant . 




KELL. JOHN — Son of Mr. and Mrs, 
John Kell. Entered service Feb. 
1018. Was assigned to Camp Greene, 
and attached to Company I, 59th In- 
fantry . He went overseas June 1918, 
and was killed in action. 




KEALEY, FRANK. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Kealey. Entered ser- 
vice May 1917. Was assigned to Oak 
mont. and attached to Company C, 
15th Engineers. Went overseas July 
1917. Returned May 1910, and hon- 
orably discharged May 1910. 




KELLY. ALBEKT^Sun of Mr. and 
Mrs. Adam Kelly. Entered service 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Meade 
and attached to Company I, 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas May 18, 1918. Was wounded, 
returned Dec. 15, 1918, and honor- 
ably discharged with rank of Sergeant. 



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KEVl'LK. JOHN B.^Sun uf Mr. 
and Mrs. John Kepple. Entered ser- 
vice April 6, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Sheridan and attached to 
Battery B, 134th Field Artillery. 37th 
Division . Went overseas June 23. 
1918. Cited for bravery. Returned 
March 30, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged with rank f.f Corporal. 




KIPPLE. KENNETH— Son of Mr 
and Mrs. John Kepple. Enlisted Oct. 
1918. Was assigned to State College, 
and attached to the S . A . T . C 
He was honorably discharged Dec 
1918, with rank of Corporal. 





KINSEY. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Joseph Kinsey . Entered ser- 
vice Oct. lo, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Pitt and attached to the S. A. 
T. C. Motor Transport Corps. He 
was honorably discliarged Dee. 10. 
1918, with rank of Sergeant. 



KICHTNER, WILLIAM— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Kichtner. En- 
tered service Aug. 1, ]918. Was as- 
signed to Caniii Forrest and attached 
to Company B. 128th Engineers. 
Went overseas Sept. 30, 1918. Re 
turned July 12, 1919. and honorably 
discharged July 18, 1919. 







KIDD. JOHN — Son of Mr . and 
Mrs . Kidd . Entered service July 
*22, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company B. 106th 
Machine Gun Battalion. Went over- 
seas Sept. 7. 1918. Returned March 
18, 1919. and honor ibly discharged 
April 3. 1919. 



KIDD, JOSEPH — ,Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Kidd. Fntered service 
July 22, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to 144th Machine 
Gun Battalion. Went overseas Sept: 
7. 1918. Returned April 17. 1919. 
and honorably discharged April 28, 
1919. 



KLINGENSMITH, ALBERT H.— 
Son of Mr. David M. Primilla. En- 
listed Oct. 1. 1918. Sent to S. A .\ 
T. C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 12, 1918. 



KLINGENSMITH, JOHN— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs . Daniel Klingensmith . 
Entered service Feb. 11. 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee, and attached 
to Company H. 320th Infantry. 80th 
Division. Went overseas May 18. 
1918. Wounded by shrapnel. Re- 
turned May 30, 1919, and honorably 
dischargeed June 1919 . 




KNAPPENBERGEE. MOSES THOS. 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knap- 
penberger. Enlisted 1917. Was as- 
signed to Oglethorpe and attached to 
the Medical Corps . Went overseas 
Jan. 1918. Returned June 1919. and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Lieutenant . 




KNAPPENBERGEK. CHESTER — 
Sou of Mr. and Mrs. George Knap- 
penberger . Entered service Dec . 
1917, Fort Levenworth, and attached 
to the Medical Corps . He was hon 
orably discharged July 1919. 



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KOONTZ, HARRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Kuntz. Enlisted 1917 . 
Was assigned to Fort Rilev and at- 
tached to 78th Field Artillery, 80th 
Division. Went overseas July 1918. 
Returned Marcli 1919, and honorably 
discharged March 1919. 




KoHXIiAUER. GEORGE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs . Kornbauer . Entered 
service July 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Forest and attached to Company 
F. 211th Engineers. He was honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 17, 1919^ with 
rank of Corporal . 




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KKATiM'HVIL. JOHN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Gustave Kratachvil . En- 
tered service Aug. 8, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp AVads worth and at- 
tached to Company A, 56th Infantry. 
Went overseas Sept . 4. 1918 . Re- 
turned June 25, 1919, and honorably 
discharged June 30, 1919. 




KRATOCHVIL. WILLIAM— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Kratochvil. 
Entered service April 26, 1917. Was 
assigned to Fort Strong and attached 
to Battery 55. Heavy Artillery. Went 
overseas in Summer of 1918 . Was 
wounded. Returned in Summer 1919. 
and honorably discharged Sept. 3, 
1919. 




KRIEGER. AUGUST — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Andy Krie^er. Enlisted 
Oct . 12. 1918*. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and attached to the In 
fantrv. He was honorablv discharged 
Dec.*19, 1919. 




Kl'HKX. {iV>< — Sun of Mrs. Ann;i 
Kuben . Entered service May 3, 1918. 
Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company M. 52nd Infantry 
Went overseas in Summer of 1918 . 
Returned in Summer of 1919. and hon- 
orably discharged June 27, 1919 . 



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KUNTZ, CHARLES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Kuntz. Entered 
service Feb. 5, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Sevier and attached to the 
225th Aero Squadron . Went over- 
seas July 13, 1918. Returned Dee. 
7, 1918, and honorably discharged 
Dec. 18. 1918. 




LAIDIGI. GLEN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. David Laidig:i. Entered service 
May 29, 1918. Assigned to Camp Lee, 
attached to Company 22nd. 6th Infan- 
try. He ranked first Sergeant and was 
honorably discharged Jiin. 1919. 





LAMBERG. CARL WILLIAM — Son — LAMBERG, JOHN AUGUST — Son 



of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamberg. En- 
tered service Sept. 5, 1018. Assigned 
to Camit Greenleaf, attached to Am- 
bulance Company No. 1.59. Went over- 
teas Oct. 1918. Returned June 20. 
1919. and was honorably discharged 
June 27, 1919. 



of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamberg. En- 
tered service Sept. 23. 1917. As- 
signed to Camp Lee, attached to Com- 
pany C. 321st Machine Gun 82nd 
I>ivision. He ranked as Corporal . 
Went overseas May 1918. Was wound- 
ed by shrapnel in left wrist. Re- 
turned May 19, 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged May 29, 1919. 






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LAMPE, ARTHUR G. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Chris. Lampe. Entered ser- 
vice June 6, 1918. Assigned to Camp 
Gordon, attached to Company 6. 157th 
Depot Brigade, and was honorably dis- 
charged Nov. 23. 1918. 



LAMPE. JOHN O.— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Chris Lampe. Entered service 
Feb. 26, 1918. Assigned to Camp 
Lee. attached to Company 1. Special 
Duty Training Battalion, and was hon 
orably discharged April 4, 1919, 



LANDIS, GOE G. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Sam Landis . Entered service 
April 1918. Assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf, attacbed to Company K, 51st In- 
fantry. Went overseas June 23. 1918, 
Returned July 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged July 1919. 



LANDIS, WILLIAM F. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Sam Landis. Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 27, 1918. Assigned to 
Camp Lee, attached to Company 8th 
A. L. C. Went overseas Oct. 7, 
1918. Returned July 5, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged July 15, 
1919. 




LAKLMKk. KKANK ]■;.- -S.>m nt" Mr. 
W. E, and Mrs. Edith Larimer. En- 
listed Oct. 17. 1918. Sent to Camp 
Gettysburg and New Jersey. Was 
First -class Private and attached to 
Tank Corps. Was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 8. 1918. 



LA\ l-:i,l,I, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
Patrick Lavelli . Entered service 
Ajiril 2 6, 1917. Assigned to Camp 
Jtills. Went overseas June 14. 1917.1 
Returned Aug. 3, 1919, and honorably 
discharged Aug. 13, 1919. 



LAWTHER. THOMAS R. — S..n nf 
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. W. Lawther. En- 
tered service July 20, 1918. Assigned 
to Columbus Barracks, attached to 
57th Artillery C and C. Went over- 
seas Sept. 24. 1918. Returned Jan. 
14, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
Jan. 22, 1919. 



LAYT<JN. EDWARD — Son nf Mrs, 
ilary A. J>ayton . Entered service 
June 28, 1917. Assigned to Colum- 
bus Barracks, attached to Battery C. 
17th Field Artillery. Went over- 
seas Dec. 14, 1917. Returned May 1, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
May 1919. 




LAYTON, ARTHUR T. — Son of 
Mrs. Mary A. Layton . Entered ser- 
vice April 2. 1917. As.^igned to Fort 
Monroe. Attached to 37th Heavy Ar- 
tillery, Headquarters Company . He 
ranked as Sergeant, and was honor- 
ably discharged . 




LEES. JAMES ALBERT— Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . John W . Lees . En- 
terel service June 6 th, 1917. As- 
signed to Columbus Barracks, at-* 
tached to 15lh Ambulance Company. 
Went overseas June 11. 1918 . Re- 
turned May 5, 1919. and honorably 
discharged June 1, 1919. 




LEXNON, LARANCE J.— Son of 
Mr, and Mrs. Patrick. Entered ser- 
vice Feb. 11, 1918. Assigned to 
Camp Lee. attached to 313th Infantry. 
Company D. Went overseas May 27, 
1918. Returned June 9, 1919. and 
was honorably discharged June 14, 
1919. 




LEONARD. HAKKV WAKEFIELD 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Leon- 
ard. Entered service Aug. 29. 1918. 
Assigned to Camp Lee, attached to 5th 
Wisconsin Infantry Band . Went 
overseas Oct. 13, 1918. Returned 
June 22, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged June 1919. 



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LESTER, HARRY — Son of Anna 
Lester. Enlisted June 25, 1917. Was 
sent to Camp Robinson. Attached to 

Infantry Department. Sailed 

Was honorably discharfred Dec. 1918. 




LINK. ANDREW CHAS. — Son of 
Louise M . Link. Enlisted May 1, 
1017 . Was sent to Sonoma, Cancel 
liition, R , S . , New Hampshire, and 
Philadelphia. Sailed 15 months; 
Training Station 11 months. Was 
honorably discharged Aug. 2, 1919. 





LIPINSKI. FRANK — Son of Mr. 
Mike Lipsinski . Entered service April 
6, 1917. Assigned to Camp Pike, at- 
tached to Company G, 43rd Regiment, 
and is still in service. 



LEWIS. MORRISON F. — Son of 
Mr . Elias A , Lewis. Entered ser- 
vice Oct . 17, 1914 . Assigned to 
Camp Hancock, attached to 107th Ar- 
tillery, 'JHth Division. He ranked as 
Corporal . Went overseas May 18. 
1918. Returned May 10, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged May 21. 
1919. 




LIPINSKI, ANTHONY — Son of Mr. 
Mike Lipinski. Entered service April 
19, 1917. Attached to Battalion C, 
57th Regiment. Was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 22, 1919. 




LOCKARD, RALPH— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Andrew Lockard . Entered 
service Sei>t . 11, 1918 . Was as 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
the Headquarters Company, 80th Di 
vision. Went overseas May 26, 1918. 
Gassed, returned May 28, 1919. and 
honorably discharged June 10, 1919. 






LOEBACH. HERMAN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Loebach . Entered 
service Sept. 3, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Forrest and attached to the 
26th Engineers Company. He was 
honorably discharged June 23, 1919. 




LOUGHNER, THOMAS — Son of Mr. 
Harvey Loughner . Entered service 
May 27, 1918. Was assigned to Fort 
Oglethorpe and attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 20. Went overseas Aug. 23, 
1918. Returned April 28, 1919, and 
honorably discharged May 7, 1919. 




LUMBERT. MIKE— Brother of Mrs. 
Anna Robert . Entered service Nov. 
25, 1917. ^Vas assigned to Camp Slo 
cum . Was attached to Company E, 
4th Infantry. Went overseas Feb. 
1918. and was killed in action Sept- 
16, 1918. 




LUNN. ARTHUR — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Joseph Lunn . Entered service 
April 5, 1918. M'as assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company D, 313th 
Infantry, 80th Division . Went over- 
seas May 26, 1918 . Gassed . Re 
turned June 7. 1919. and honorably 
discharged June 12, 1919. 



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LITSTIG, LLOYD— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lustig. Entered service July 
22. 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company C. 115th 
Machine Gun Battalion. 30th Division. 
Went overseas Sept. 5. 1918. Re- 
turned and lionorably discharged April 
5, 1919. 




LUTE. BLAIK — s,,ii nf Mr. and 
Mrs. Lute. Entered service May 27, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Green 
leaf and attached to the Ambulance 
Corps. Went overseas Aug, 28, 1918. 
Returned July 9, 1918, and honorably 
discharged July 15, 1919. 



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LUTE, CHARLES — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jacob Lute. Entered servicq 
Oct. 6, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to 166th Infantry, 
42nd Division. Went overseas Feb. 
26, 1918. Returned April 25. 1919, 
and honorably discharged May 13, 
1919. 



LUTE. Lloyd — Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jacob Lute. Entered service Oct. 6, 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attache<l to Company M, 166th In- 
fantry. Went overseas Feb. 26, 1918. 
Was wounded in foot. Returned Jan. 
3, 1919, and honorably discharged 
April 7, 1919. 




LUTZ, JOHX— Sou 01 Mr. and Mrs. 
John Lutz. Entered service Oct. 
1918. Was assigned to Pitt Univer- 
sity, and attached to the Training 
School. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 1918. 






LUTZ, MICHAEL— Sou of Mrs. 
Caroline Lutz. Entered service Oct. 
6, 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Battery A, 315th' 
Field Artillery. M'eut overseas May 
26, 1918. Returned May 28, 1919, 
and honorably discharged June 10. 
1919. 



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McCAULY. HARRY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John McCauly. Entered 
service AFay 27, 1918. Was assigned 
to Colli nibus Barracks and attached 
to Company 37, 41st Brigade. He 
was hiinorably discharsed Dec . 24, 
1918. 



McCREADY, GILBERT MOXTERTL 
— 8on of Mrs. Sarah L. McCready . 
Enlisted June, 1917. Sent to Camp 
Slieridan. Attn died to Company D, 
14')th Regiment. Was made Corporal. 
Sailed June 1918. Returned June 
10, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
June 17, 1919. 




McGRAW, DAVID — Son of Mr . 
P'rank McGraw. Enlisted May 1917. 
Sent to Fort Clark. Attached to 36th 
Infantry. Was honorahlv discharged 
July 1919. 




McGRAW, EARL — Son of Frank 
McGraw. Enlisted April 17. 1917 
Was sent to Fort Bro.vn, Brownsville, 
Texas. Attached to United States 
Army, 5th Division. Sailed May 27. 
191H. Was honorably discharged July 
3, 1919. 







McCULLOUGH. EDGAR— Son of 
Mr , and ^Irs . Thomis McCullougli . 
Entered service June 4. 1917. Was 
assigned to Allen town . AVent over- 
seas Aug. 7. 1917. Was with the 
French in the S. S. V. 593. Re- 
turned April 1, 1919, and honorably 
discharged April 10, 1919. 



M.CULLUUGH, LESTER— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCullough. 
P^ntereed service May 13, 1915. Was 
assigned to Columbus Barracks and 
attached to Motor Transport Corps. 
He was lionorably discharged June 
14, 1919, with rank of Sergeant. 



MrFAkLANl). RALPH— Son of 
Mrs . Catlierine C'ooper . Entered ser- 
vice 1918 . Was assigned to Alfred 
A^aile, and attached to the Field Sig- 
nal Corps . Went overseas Sept, 2; 
1918. Returned June 20. 1919. and 
honorably discharged June 27, 1919. 



MADIJEN. RAYMOND— Smii of 
Mrs . Mary Madden . Entered service 
June 2, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 5. 1918. Returned May 
12, 1019. and honorably discharged 
May 24. 1919. 






MADDEN. WILLIAM — Son uf Mr.-,. 
Mary Madden. Enlisted June 12, 
1916. Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock and attached to Company I, 
115th Infantry. 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 5, 1918. and was killed 
by a high explosion July 30. 1918. 



-MALOV. HAKK\ — >nii ni Mr. and 
Mrs . Harry Maloy . Entered service 
May 27. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 
Corps of Base Hospital 31. Went over- 
seas Aug. 15. 1918. Returned June 
22, 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 28, 1919. 



MAKIKWALD, WILLIAM H.^-Snii 
of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marie- 
wald, CI arid ge, Pa. Entered the ser- 
vice Sept . 5. 1918. and assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf. attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps. Was honorably discharged 
in Oct. 1918, at Camp Greenleaf. 



MARSHALL, ( HAKLLS^Suu of 
Mr . and Mrs . Albert Marshall . En- 
tered service April 29, 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached to> 
1st Sector. 155th Brigade. He was 
honorably discharged May 20, 1918. 







MAIiSUALL. EDWARD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A I vert Marshall. Entered 
s(>rvi<-e. Was assigned to Columbus 
Barracks, and attached to Battery E. 
5Hth Coast Artillery . Went overseas 
May 1017. Returned May 1918. and 
honorably discharged June 1919. 



MARSHALL, JAMES- Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Frank Marshall . Entered 
service Aug. 3, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Custer and attached to 
Company I. 803rd Infantry. Went 
overseas Sept. 17, 1918. Returned 
July 18, 1919, and honorably fiis- 
cliarged with rank of Corporal. 



MARTIN. JAMES — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ellen Martin. Entered service 
March 11. 1918. Was assigned to 
Fort Monroe and attached to Motor 
Transportation School . He was hon- 
orably discharged Dec . 18, 1918. 



MARTIN, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Nick Martin . Entered service 
Feb. 26, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
8, Transportation Corps. Went over- 
seas July 10, 1918. Returned July 16, 
1919. and honorably discharged July 
22, 1919. 



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and Mrs. Albert Morton. Entered 
service Jan. 9, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Stewart and attached to 
Comijany H. 4tli Infantry, 3rd Divis- 
ion . Went overseas April 6. 1918 . 
Was wounded, returned July 22, 1919. 
and honorably discharged Aug. 15. 
1919. 



MASCIONTONIO. ANTONIO — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Masciontonio . 
Entered service July 22. 1917. Was 
assigned to Gettysburg and attached 
to Company E, 7th Infantry. 3rd Di- 
vision. Went overseas April 6, 191S. 
Was wounded . Returned Aug. 22, 
1919. and honorably discharged Aug. 
28. 1919. 




MASCIONTONIO. LUIGI— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Luigi Masciontonio. 
Entered service Julyl2, 1917. Was 
assigned to Gettysburg and attached 
to Company E, 7th Infantry, 3rd Di- 
vision. Went overseas April 6, 1918. 
Wounded, in hospital for 6 14 months. 
Returned Feb. 26, 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged May 10, 1919. 




-MASON, FRANK— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Mason. Entered service 
July 7, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to Sanitary De- 
tachment. 103rd Field Signal Battal- 
ion. Went overseas May 18. 1918. 
Returned May 7, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 15, 1919 . 




MASTRIPPETTO, lOSEPH — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mastrippetto. En-, 
tered service April 29. 1918 . Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached tc 
Company M, 146th Infantry. Went 
overseas Jan . 16. 1918 . Returned 
Ai)ril 1, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 9, 1919. 




MEARS, CHARLES N. — Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs . Charles Mears. Entered 
service Oct. 16. 1918. Was assigned 
to Carnegie Tech, and attached to the 
S. A. T. S. He was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 20, 1918. 




MEARS. GEORGE — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Mears. Entered service 
April 25, 1917. Was assigned to Co- 
lumbus Barracks and attached to Bat' 
tery C. 12th Field Artillery. Went 
overseas Jan. 10. 1918, and died from 
wounds received in action of July 
22, 1918. 




MEARS, HENRY — Son of Mr, and 
Mrs. Charles Mears. Entered ser- 
vice 1917. Was assigned to Great 
Lakes Naval School and attached to 
the Navy with U. S. S. Seattle. He 
was honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 




MEGAHAN, FAIRMAN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Megahan . Entered 
service Aug . 28, 1918 . Was as-* 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company C, 331st Infantry , Went* 
overseas Oct . 13. 1918 . Returned 
Jan. 26. 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 11, 1919. 




MENZ, HARRY — Son of "Mr and 
Mrs . Ernest Menz . Entered service 
July 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the Infantry. He 
was honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 




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MEYER, ALBERT — Son of Mr. Otto 
Meyer. Entered service Sept . 22, 
1917 . Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company G. 326 th 
Infantry, 82nd Division . Went over- 
seas May 1918. and died of wounds 
received in action on October 13, 1918. 




MEYERS. HARRY L. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. L. Meyers. Entered 
service 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, and attached to Company I. 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 3. 1918. Returned 
May 1919, and honorably discharged 
with the rank of Sergeant. 




MEYERS, ROBERT — Son of Mr 
and Mrs. C. L. Meyers. Entered 
service 1917. Was assigned to Prince- 
ton and attached to Department of 
Y , M . C . A . Went overseas June 
1918. Returned Jan. 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 



MEYERS, DEWEY— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Amos Meyers . PJntered service 
April 24. 1917. Was assigned to 
Fort Oglethorpe and attached to the 
2nd Ammunition Train . Went over- 
seas Jan. 1918. Returned May 1919. 
and honorably discharged the same 
month with rank of Corporal. 



MICHAELS, THOMAS — Son of Mr, 
and Mrs . Thomas Mirliaels. Entered 
service April 5, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany I). 315th Machine Gun Battalion. 
80th liivision. Went overseas May 
17, 1918. Returned May 30, 1919, 
and honorably discharged June 10, 
1919. 




MILLER. ALVIN— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Miller. Entered service 
Dec. 8, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Meade and attached to 324th Field 
Signal Battalion. He was honorably 
discharged Jan. 25, 1919. with the 
rank of Sergeant . 



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MILLER, DAVID — Son of Mr. ami 
Mrs . Elmer Miller. Entered service 
Feb. 26, 1918. Was assitrned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
B. 601st Engineers. Went overseas 
June 30. 1918. Returned July 6. 
1919, and honorably discharged July 
13, 1919, with rank 5f Corporal. 




MILLER. EDWIN — Son of Mr. "Wil- 
liam Miller. Entered service May 11. 
1917. Was assigned to Fort Bliss, 
and attached to Company B. 15 th 
Cavalry. He was honorably discharged 
March 27. 1919. 





MILLER. GLENN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edwin Miller . Entered service 
March G, 1918. Was assigned to Co- 
lumbus Barracks and attached to Bat- 
tery C, Coast Artillery. 48th Division. 
Went overseas Oct. 1918 . Returned 
April 10. 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged the same day. 



MILLER, JOHN— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Israel Miller. Entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the l.^Sth 
Training Battalion, Depot Brigade. He 
was honorably discharged Jan . 18. 
1919, with rank of Sergeant. 







MILLER, ROY— Son of :Mr , and 
Mrs. Frank Miller . Entered service 
May, 1917. Was assigned to Fort 
Niagara and attached to School of 
Arms and latter transferred to 3'2nd 
Machine Gun Battalion. He was hon- 
orably discharged Feb . 1919, with 
rank of Captain. 



MILLIKKX, WILLIAM — Son of 
Jacob JMiiliren. Entevcil .•5ervice June 
4. 1917. Was assigned to Columbus 
Barracks, and attached to Bakery Co.. 
529th Regiment. Went overseas Aug. 
same month . 1918 . Returned Aug. 
1919, and honorably discharged the 
same month . 



:\IIT<'IIKi,L. ALFKKD— S.-n of Mr. 
and Mr,s , John Mitchell . Enterefi 
service Sept. 31, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Custer and attached to Sup 
ply Company, 29th I'ield Artillery 
Went overseas July 1918. Returned 
April 29, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged . 



MftODY. JOHN- Son of Mr. and 
iirs . Julia iloody . Kulercil service 
Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
C. 321 Machine Gun .Jattalion. Went 
overseas April 22, 1918 . Returned 
May 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 29, 1919. 



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MOOG. IGXATIAS — Son of Mr 
and ilrs. Joseph Moog. Entered ser- 
vice May 20, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Haliferd, and attached to 
Company A, U. S. S., A. M. C. 
He was honorably discnarged April 14, 
1919. 



MOIUJAN. RALPH— Son of Mrs. 
Mary Morgan . Entered service June 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Meade, 
later to Walter Reed Hospital, Wash- 
ington, D , C . , and attached to Medi- 
cal Corps . He holds rank of First 
Lieutenant and is still in service. 



MORRIS, THEADORE. — Entered 
service Feb. 11, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee, and attached to Com- 
pany I, 319 Infantry. 82nd Division. 
He was shot through ihe head Oct. 8, 
1918. and died. 



MORRISON, FRAXK^Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Morrison . Entered servii-p, 
Sept. 5, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company B, 310tli 
Infantry, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas May 18, 1918. Returned May 
3U, 1919. and honorably dis<hari:ed 
with rank of Sergeant. 




MLM.L. EDGAR— Son of J. F. 
-Mull. Entered service Se])t. 1918. 
Was assigned to State College and at- 
tached to S. A. T. C. He was hon- 
orably discharged Nov. 1918. 




MULL, FRANK— Son of J. F. Mull. 
Entered service Sejit. 1918. Was as- 
signed to Allg College, and attached 
to the S, A. T. C. He was honor-- 
ably discharged Nov. 1918. 




MUMMA. ROY— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . M . J . Mumma. Entered ser- 
vice Feb . 1918 . Was assigned to 
Leon Springs and attached to Officers' 
Training School. Was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 1919, with rank of Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 




MURMAN, FRANCIS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . John Murman . Entered 
service Sept. 6. 1918. Was assigned 
to Cape May and attached to the Deck 
Force of the Navy. He was honorably 
discharged June 1919. 



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MEYEU.S. KILEY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Amos Meyers . Entered service 

1917 . Was assigned to Camp Dix 
and attached to Battery A, 77th Field 
Artillery . Went overseas May 19, 

1918, returned July 21. 1919, and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Corporal, 




MEYERS. AMOS — Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs . Amos Meyers . Entered service 
Dec. 29. 1917. Was assigned to 
North Carolina and attaclied to 7th 
Infantry, Headquarters Conipany, 3rd 
Division. Went overseas May 1918, 
and was killed July 15. 1918, at 
Marne. 



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XADDO. ALBERT — Entered service 
Sept. 18. 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
L, 166th Infantry, Rainbow Division. 
Went overseas Jan. 1918. Returned 
May 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 1919. 




XATALE. MIKE— Son uf Mrs. Anna 
Natale. Entered service Feb. 5. 1918. 
was assigned to Caraj) Greene and at- 
tached to Company C, 58th Infantry, 
4th Division . Went overseas May 
10. 1918. Returned Aug. 1. 1919. 
and honorably discharged Aug . 9, 
1919, with rank of Cook. 







NEDLEY, ORTAN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Nedley. Entered ser- 
vice April 15, 1918. Was assigned to 
Columbus Barracks and attached to 
Company 33, 153rd Regiment. He 
was honorably discharged April 11. 
1919. 



NIEDECK, JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. 
Margaret Niedeck . Entered service 
Oct. 4, 191S. Was assigned to Fort 
Thomas and attached to the 30th Com- 
pany of the Infantry . He was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 10, 1918. 



NOONAN, THOMAS — Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22. 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
33. 9 Battalion, 123 Depot Brigade 
Went overseas, was wounded in leg. 
thigh and arms . Returned March 
1919, and honorably discharged March 
10, 1919. 



NULL. CLYDE — Son of Harry NulL 
Entered service May 17. 1918. Was 
assigned to Washington Barracks, and 
attached to Company B. 74th Engint 
eers . Went overseas July 10, 1918, 
and died from pneumonia on Dec. 20, 
1918, at Toul. Prance. 







O'BRIEN, JOSEPH — Son of John 



O'CONNELL. JOHN— Son of Mr. 



O'CONNELL. THOMAS — Son of 



OLSON. EDGAR — Son of Mr. and 



O'Brien. Entered .service Sept. 22. and Mrs. T. F. O'Connell. Entere<l Mr. and Mrs. O'Co.inell. Entered Mrs. Frederick Olson. Entered ser- 



1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the 326th Machine 
Gun Battalion. 82nd Division . Went 
overseas April 5, 1918. Was serious- 
ly gassed. Returned Feb. 10, 1919. 
and honorably discharged Feb . 18, 
1919, with rank of Corporal. 



service June 21, 1918. Was assigned 
to Columbus Barracks and attached 
to the 55th Engineers . Went over- 
seas July 25, 1918. Returned Jan. 
30, 1919. and honorably discharged 
Feb. 17. 1919. 



service Sept. 30, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Upton and attached to Com- 
pany C. 115th Engineers. Went over- 
seas in Summer 1918. returned in 
Summer of 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged June 11. 1919. 



vice Feb. 26, 1917. Was assigned to 
Fort Leavenworth, and attached to 
Company A. 110th Engineers . Went 
overseas April 1. 1918. Returned 
Mav 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 1919. 



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liL.SoN, J.u:. L>'1 .^..i, 1,1" Mr. nwl 
Mrs. Frederit k (Hsun Entered ser- 
vice Nov. 1917 . Was assigned to 
Los Angeles. . and attached to 823 
Air Squadron . Went overseas July 
1918. Ret\irned Dec. 1918, and hon- 
orably liischarged tlie same month 
with runk of Sergeant. 




OTTO, STANLKY A — s..n n, Mr. 
Stephen and iirs . Anna Otto . En- 
listed t>ct<iber 5, 1917. Sent to Camp 
Lee. Sailed March 5. 1918. Was 
wounded by shrapnel in right leg' 
Returned Dec 24, 1918. Was 
honorably discharged March 3, 1919. 





• 'W AKol-T--, NATHAN .sn,, n; M r 
and Mrs . Gleshun Ov.'arofl". Entered 
service July 22, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Officers' 
Training School Band. He was hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 17, 1919, with 
rank of Corporal. 




I'AUKKi;, l;l' H.Uir— Mill .il .lames 
Parker . Enlisted Sept . 16, 1917 . 
Attached to Navy. Was honorably 
discharged Sept. 29, 1919, from the 
V. S. S. Destroyer No. 147. 



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PATTEKSOX, F. B. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Patlerson. Entered 
service Feb . 1919 . Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and atta^-hed to 7th Com- 
pany, 155th Depot Brisade. 2nd Bat- 
talion. He was honorably discharged 
Jan. 7. 1919, with rank of Sergeant. 





PATTON. ROBERT — Son of Mr . 
and Mrs . John Patton . Entered ser- 
vice Sept . 5. 1918 . Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
Company D, 511th Engineers . Went 
overseas Oct. 9, 1918. Returned 
June 18, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged June 17. 1919. 





PAULONE. AXTUNIO — Son of Cou- 
cezei Paulone . Entered service Sept. 
5. 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the 71st Re- 
placement Co . He was honora'bly 
discharged July 30. 1919. 



PEEL. ELI AS — Son of Mrs. Anna 
Peel. Entered service Sept. 22, 1917. 
Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company B. :KJ7th Engin- 
eers, 82nd Division . Went overseas 
June 14, 1918. and died of pneumonia 
Dec. 19, 1918. Is buried at Pau- 
thory, France. 




PEHRSON, ARTHUR — Son of Mr. 
J. A. Pehrson . Entered service 
Sept. 1917. Was assigned to Allen- 
town and attached to Medical Corps 
of Base Hospital. Went overseas 
Spring of 1918. Returned May 1919. 
and honorably discharged the same 
month . 





PERSHING. JOSEPH ERNEST— 
Son of Mr . Daniel E . and Mary C . 
Pershing. Sent to Camp Hancock . 
Attached to 110th Infantry. 28th Di- 
vision. Was First-class Private. Was 
hi)norably discharged Dec. 15. 1917. 



PERSHING. WILLIAM M. — Son 
of Mary C. and Daniel E. Pershing 
Enlisted June 26. 1917. Was sent 
to Camp Hancock. Border Service. At- 
tached to Army, 11th Infantry. Lieu- 
tenant Colonel, 111th Infantry. Sailed 
May 5, 1918. Was honorably dis- 
charged Mav 13. 1919. 



PICARRO. TONY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . James Picarro . Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 5. 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf and attached lo 
the Medical Corps. He was honorably 
discharged July 24, 1919. 







rn KKTT. JAMES L.— Son of 
Emma Pickett. Enlisted May 26. 
1918. Attached Medical Department. 
United States. First Lieutenant. M. 
C. A. General Hospital No. 8, Olis- 
ville. Pa . Was honorably discharged 
July 28, 1919. 



PIGXOCCO. JOSEPH — Son of Mr 
and !Mrs . John Pignocco . Entered 
service July 1918. V.'as assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to 144 Ma- 
chine Gun Battalion, 40th Division. 
Went overseas Sept. 5, 1918. Re- 
turned April 18, 1910, and honorably 
discharged April 28, 1919. 



I'lxcmi. AX(;Km— Soil ..f Mr 

and Mrs. Patsy Pincho, Entered ser- 
vice June 10, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Hancock and attached to Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry. 28th Division. 
Went overseas April 22. 1918. Re- 
turned May 13, 1919. and honorably 
discharged . 



PLAXO. JEKRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Philiji Piano. Entered service 
July 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the SOSrdi 
Engineers. 78th Divisi-in. Went over- 
seas Sept. 1918. Returned June 
1919, and honorably discharged the 
same month. 




POPPLETUX. BUYAX— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred . Poppleton. Entered 
service Aug. 26, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp Jackson and attached 
lo Motor Transport Corps . He was 
honorably discharged July 26. 1919. 




POTTS, EARL— Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lewis Potts , Entered service 
Oct. 6, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to 479 Aero Squad- 
ron . Went overseas Jan. 18. 1918 . 
Returned Dec. 1918, and was honor- 
ably dist-harged the same month with 
rank of Corporal. 




PREGAXO. JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Pregano . Entereil service Aug. 
1918 . Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the Laborer Depart- 
ment. He was lionorably discharged 
Feb. 26, 1919. 




PROCIDA. ROCKO— Son of Mr . 
and Mrs. Tony Procida. Entered 
service July 1918 . Was assigned t< 
Camp Greenleaf, and attached to Com- 
pany F. of the Engineers. He was 
honorably discliarged Dec. 1918. 



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REIDMILLER. ANTHONY — Son of REIDMILLER. JOSEPH — Son of 
Mrs. Amanda Reidmiller. Entered Mrs . Amanda Reidmiller . Entered 
•service and was assigned to Camp service May 28, 1918. Was assigned 
Lee, Virginia, where he was attached to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 



to the Infantry . 
vice. 



He is still in ser- 



the 68th Medical Corps. "Went over- 
seas in Fall 1918. Returned in 
Spring 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 1919. 




REIDT, U. H. — Son of Mrs. E. M. RESSLER, BERT — Son of Mr. and 

Reidt. Entered service Sept. 15, Mrs. Jacob Ressler. Entered service, 

1917. AVas assigned to Fort Ogle- was assigned to Stanley. Texas, and 

thorpe, and attached to Medical De- attached to Battery E. 20th Field Ar 

partment. He held the rank of 1st tillery. He was honorably discharged 

Lieutenant and was honorably dis- Dec. 16. 1918, with rank of Sergeant, 
charged Jan. 6, 1919. 






RESSLER. FRANK — Son of Mr. RHEIL. HARRY — Son of Mr. and 

and Mrs. Jacob Ressler. Entered ser- Mrs. Rheil. Entered service April 
vice Feb. 12, 1918. Was assigned 24, 1917. Was assigned to Glen- 
to Camp Green and attached to the s-irings and attached to Troop D, 8th 
59th U. S. S. Infantry. 4th Division. Cavalry. He is still in service. 
Went overseas April 1918. Returned 
in Spring 1919. and honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Corporal. 



RICE. FRANK — Son of Mrs. Ellen RICH. FRANK — Son of Mr. and 

Rice. Entered service April 5, 1918. Mrs. Dominick Rich. Entered ser- 

Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- vice July 27, 1918. Was assigned to 

t ached to Company A, 313th Machine Camp Lee and attached to Company 

Gun, 80th Division. Went overseas A, 115th Machine Gun, 30th Division. 

May 26, 1919. Returned June 7, Went overseas Sept. 8. 1918. Re- 

1919, and honorably discharged June turned March 21, 1919. and honorably 

12, 1919. discharged April 9, 1919 





KKIIKkT, ALBERT. — Son of Mrs. ROBERTSON. JOHN. — S..ii nf Mrs 

I^lartjaret Richert. Entered service Lucie Robertson . Entered service 
1917. Was assigned to Fort Strong, Feb. 28. 1918. Was assigned to 
and attached to Battery D. 3rd Field Camp Hancock and attached to Com- 
Artillery. Went overseas May 1918. jiany I. 110th Infantrv. 28th Divisionj 
Returned June 30, 1019. and honor- Went overseas May 3. 1918. Was 
ably discharged July 4, 1919. transferred to Prison Escort. Re- 

turned Jan. 1919. and honorably dis- 
charged the same month . 





IvOlUXSON. CHARLES. — Snn of lioB.soX. THOMAS — Son of Mr. 
Mrs . Augusta Robinson . Entered ser-- and Mrs. Thomas Robsou . Entered 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned service May 27, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
C, 328th Infantry, 82nd Division. Motor Transportation Company 701 . 
Went overseas May 1. 1918. Returned Went overseas July 24. 193 8. Re- 
May 20, 1918, and honorably dis- turned May 31. 1919, and honorably 
charged May 29, 1919. discharged June 12, 1919 







RO(.K, FRANK — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Lewis Rock. Entered service 



RODEBAUGH. JAMES— Son of 
Mrs. Emma Rodebaugh. Entered ser- 



Feb. 15, 1918. Was :issigned to Camp vice Feb. 11, 1917. Was assigned to 



Greene and attached to Company I. 
59th U. S. Infantry, 29th Division. 



Camp Greene and attached to Head- 
quarters, 47th Infantry, 4th Division. 



Went overseas Oct . 1918, returned Went overseas May 4. 1918 . 



Re- 



and honorably discharged May 6, 
191£ 



turned July 27, 1919, and honorably 
discharged Aug. 2, 1919. 



RUOFF. GEORGE— Sou of Mr. and RUFFNER, ROBERT— Son of Mr. 

Mrs. John Ruoft'. Entered service and Mrs. Joseph Ruffner. Entered 
June 3, 1918. Was assigned to Camp service April 25, 1917. Was assigned 



Johnson and attached to Motor Trans- 
portation Company . He was honor- 
ably discharged July 1919. 



to Boston, Mass., and attached to 
Company C, 51st Coast Artillery . 
Went overseas Aug. 3 4. 1919 . Re- 
turned Jan. 25, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with rank of Corporal. 



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RUGH, FRANK — Sod of Mr. and 



RUPE, HERBERT — Son of Mr. and 




RUPP. CLARENCE— Son of Mr 



Mrs. Jacob Rugh . Entered service Mrs. William Rupe. Entered service and Mrs. George Rupp. Entered ser 



May 15. 1917. Was assigned to Al- June 1, 1918. Was assigned to Fort 

lentown aud attached \o Base Hospital Oglethorpe and attaclied to the 97th 

27, with Medical Corps. Went over- Engineers. He was honorably dis- 

seas Aug. 27, 1917. Returned March charged Dec. 12, 1918. 
24, 1919, and honorably discharged 
April 1, 1919. 



vice May 20, 1918. Was assigned service Jan. 29, 1919. Was assigned 



to Camp Meade and attached to Com 
pany A, 69th Engineers. Went over 
seas Sept. 23, 1918. Returned Sept, 



SABATINO, FRANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Tony Sabatino. Entered 



to Camp Green and attached to Com- 
pany B, 60th Infantry, and trans- 
ferred to Machine Gun Company, 5th 
10, 1919, and honorably discharged Division. Went overseas May 21, 
Sept 17, 1919. 1918. Returned Aug. 1, 1919, and 

honorably discharged Aug. 12, 1919. 




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SAIH.i;u, CLARENCE W.— Son of 
Mr. Julin and Mrs. E-nnia Sadler. En- 
listed Sept. 22, 1917. Sent to Camp 
Lee and Camp Dix. Attached to Com- 
pany A, 320th Infantry and 80th Di- 
vision. Was First-class Private. 
Sailed May 18, 1918. Returned Dec. 

21, 1918. Was honorably discharged discharged with rank of Corporal. 
Feb. 1, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



SARGENT, WILLIAM — Son of Rob- 
ert Sargent. Entered service June 2, 
1916 . Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock and attached to 107 Field Artil- 
lery Supply Company. Went over- 
seas May 18, 1918. Slightly gassed. 
Returned May 9, 1919, and honorably 



SCHAEFER, BENJAMIN — Son of SCHOLSSER. EDWARD— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schaefer. Entered Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlosser. En- 
service March 1918. Was assigned tered service Feb. 27, 1918. Was aa- 
to Fort Myer and attached to the signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Medical Corps of the 11th Cavalry, the Medical Corps. Ho was honorab- 
He was honorably discharged April ly discharged Oct. 1918. 
1919, with rank of Sergeant. 




SCHMIDT, GOTTLIEB J.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S^-hmidt. Entered 
service Feb. 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to 320th In- 
fantry, Company L, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 26. 1918 . Re- 
turned May 30, 1919, and honorably 
discharged June 14, 1919. 




SCHROCK. J. P. — Son of Mrs. L. 
M. Schrock . Entered service April 
5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company G, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division . Went over 
seas May 18, 1918. Returned May 
30. 1919, and honorably discharged 
with rank of Corporal. 




SEILER, HOMER^Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Matt Seiler. Entered service 
Sept. 8, 1918. Was assigned to Great 
Lakes and attached to the Navy with 
2nd De Kalb, Second-class Cruiser . 
Went overseas Nov. 19. 1918. Re 
turned Dec. 13, 1918, and honorably 
discharged Jan. 13. 1919. 




SHONTER, ADOLPH — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Shonter, Entered service April 
5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company K, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. Went over 
seas May 26, 1918. Returned May 
31, 1919, and honorably discharged 
July 1, 1919. 





SHOTTS. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 



SHOWALTER, JOHN — Soii of Mr, 





Mrs. John Shotts. Entered service and Mrs, A'iucent Showalter. Entered 



June 21, 1918. Was assigned to Co 
lumbus Barracks and attached to Eat 
tery F, 60th Coast Artillery Corpn 
Went overseas April 22, 1918. Re 



service April 16, 1917. Was assigneil 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Battery B. 107th Field Artillery, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 18, 

turned Feb. 4. 1919. and honorably 1918. gassed, returned May 9, 1919. 

discharged Feb. 15. 1919. and honorahly discharged May 21. rank of Sergeant. 

1919. 



SHRADER. LAIRD— Son of Mr. SHUSTER, S. GEORGE— Son of 

and Mrs. Frank Shrader. Entered Mr. and Mrs. Sol G. Shuster. Entered 

service June 3, 1918. Was assigned service June 5, 1918. Was assignedi 

to Columbus and attached to First to Camp Travis and attached to H5th 

Ordance Depot. Went overseas July Ordance Depot Company. He was 

31, 1918. Returned July 19, 1919, honorably discharged April 22. 1919. 

and honorably discharged with the with rank of Sergeant. 



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SHUSTER. JAMES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Sol. G. Shuster. Entered 





SILVESTRI, SAM— Entered ser- 
vice July 22, 1918. 'A'as assigned to 



service June 4, 1918. Was assigned Camp Lee and attached to Conipany 



to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company C, 103rd Field Signal Bat- 



B. 315th Infantry, 79th Division. 
Went overseas Sept. 8, 1918 . Was 



talion. Went overseas May 1918, and gassed, returned Feb. 16, 1919, and 
was killed in action August 16. 1918. honorably discharged March 15, 1919. 




SIMMONS, LOUIS — Son of Mrs. SIPES. LEWIS — Son of Mrs. Jessie 

Margaret Simmons. Entered service Sipes. Entered service Feb . 4. 1918. 

May 28, 1917. Was assigned to Fori Was assigned to Camp Jackson and 

Slocum and attached to Company D, attached to Signal Corps. Went over- 

24th Regiment. Went overseas March seas Sept. 28, 1918. and is still in 

2, 1918. Returned May 29. 1919, service, 
and honorably discharged June 12^ 
1919. 




SIPES, WILLIAM— Son of Mrs. 





SKELLY. EARL — Son of Mrs. 



Jessie Sipes . Entered service April Emma Skelly. Entered service Sept. 



26, 1917. Was assigned to Washing- 



1917. 



Was assigned to Camp 



ton, D. C, and attached to Coast Lee and attached to Company H 
Artillery. Went overseas Jan. 28 



SMAIL, JAMES — Son of Mr. James 
Smail. Entered service July 8, 1916. 
Was assigned to Great Lakes and at- 
tached to the Navy 



1918. Was wounded and gassed. Re- 
turned Aug. 1918, and honorably dis- 
charged Nov. 23. 1918. 



325th Infantry. Went overseas April Oct. 1917. Returned Dec. 25, 1918, 
26, 1918. Returned Jan. 3, 1919, and and is still in service, 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Sergeant. 



SMITH, DONALD. — Son of Mr. A. 

J. Smith. Entered service April 
1917. Was assigned to Fort Niagara 
Went overseas and attached to 315th Machine Gun 
Company, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas May 1918. Returned May 1919, 
and honorably discharged with rank 
of First Lieutenant. 





SMITH, lIAIiKY A. — S..I1 of Frank 
L. Smith. Enlisteil Oct. 5, 1917. 
Was attached to Engineers Department, 
Company A, 80th Division, 510th Reg- 
iment Engineers. Sailed May 22, 

1918. Was honorably discharged Nov. 3. 1918, and is still in the ser 
Feb. 12, 1919, as Corporal, Company vice. He ranks as First Lieutenant 





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■s.MITll. JiJll.\ — Son of Mr unJ 
ilrs. John Sniilh. Entered service 
March 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Jessop and attached to the 310th Mo 
tor Transportation 



.--.Ml'I'H, ICUSSEL — Son of .Mr iind SdFKIO. FRANK — Son of ,Mr. and 

.Mrs. William Smith. Entered aer\Ke .Mrs. George Sofkio. Entered service 

May 24, 1917. Was assigned to May 30. 1918. Was assigned to Paris 

Philadelphia Commercial Museum and Island and attached to the Marine 

Went overseas attached to 5th Band Ser. Corps. Corps. He is still in the service. 
W^ent overseas Aug. 9. 1917. Re- 
turned July 4, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with rank of Corporal. 






SOFIA. CAliMEN - Sou of Mr. and SOLES. HARRY— Son of Mr. and SOLES, JA.MIOS-- .<n,i ,,f Mr. and Sl'EEIl, JOH^— Son of -Mr a.i.l 

Mrs. Ralire Sofia. Entered service Mrs. Harry Soles. Entered service Mrs. Charles Soles. Euterea service Mrs. Samuel Speed, entered service 

June 13, 1918. Was assigned to May 15, 1918. Was assigned to 1918. Was assigned to Camp Sher- June 2:>, 1914. Was assigned to Ho- 

Camp Greenleaf and attached to Mo- Camp Meade and attached to Quarter- man and attached to Company L, gales, Arizona and attached to com^ 

bile Hospital No. 10. Went oversea.? master Corps, Salvage Division Com- 320th Infantry, 80th Division. Went pany F. ^35tli Infantrv of the Regular 

Aug. 22, 1918. Returned July 30, pany. He was honorably discharged overseas June 9, 1918. Returned May Army. 

1919, and honorably discharged Aug. March 15. 1919. with rank of Ser- 30, 1919, and honorably discharged 

8, 1919. geant. with rank of Corporal. 



He is still in service. 



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SPENCER, PEKCV— Snn <.f Mr. 
and Mrs. C. V. Spencer. Entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned 
lo Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany C, 328th Infantr}'. 82nd Division. 
Went overseas May 19. 1918. Re- 
turned May 21, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 29, 1919. 





.STAHLEY, ALBERT — Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Theodore Stahley. Entered 
service Sept 19, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Travis and attached to Com- 
pany B, Headquarters Battalion. Went 
overseas Dec . 1917 . Returned June 
1919, and honorably discharged July 
1919. 



STEMPLE, HARRV— Snn nf ,Mr. 
and Mrs. J . P . Stemple. Entereil 
service June 27. 1916. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock, and attached to the 




STK\'EXS. ADOLPH— Son of Mr. 
William and Mrs. Agnis Stevens. En- 
listed May 15, 1917 . Attached to 
Company 3rd M. D. Battalion Regi- 



109th Ambulance Company. Went ment, 1st Division. Was made Cor 



overseas May 19, 1918. Returned 
May 9, 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 21, 1919. 



poral. Sailed June 12. 1917. Was 
wounded Oct. 9, 1918. Returned Aug. 
26, 1919. Was honorably discharged 
Sept. 26, 1919. 




STOLTZ. ERNEST— Son of August 
Stoltz. Enlisted Aug. 30, 1917. Was 
sent to Camp Green. Attached to 
11th Training Company, 154 Depot 
Brigade. First-class Private . Sailed 

. W'as honorably discharged Jan. 

13, 1919, at Camp Meade. 




STONE, RALPH — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Louis Stone. Entered service 
April 28, 1917 . Was assigned to 
Camp Hancock and attached to Bat- 
talion A. 107th Field Artillery, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 8, 1918. 
Returned May 9, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 21, 1919. 




STORM, FRANK — Son of Mrs. 
Amelia Grothehen . Entered service 
Feb. 11, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Battery D, 315th 
Field Artillery. HOth Division. Went 
overseas May 1918. Returned June 
1919, and honorably discharged June 
1919. 




STUCHELL. EDWIN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edwin Stuchell, Entered 
service May 19, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Meigs and attached to Quar-* 
termaster Corps. He was honorably 
discharged April 4, 1919, with rank 
of Sergeant. 






STULL. MABEL — Daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward StuU. Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 1. 1918. Was assigned to 
Plattsburg and Mills and attached to 
the 114th Unit of Peychatric. Went) 
overseas Nov, 1918. Returned May 
22, 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 18, 1919. 



STULL, HARRY— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Stull. Entered service 
ilay 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the Mounted Po- 
lice. He was honorably discharged 
Feb. 1919. 



SUCAMELE, SARVENIO— Son of 
Mr. Frank Suoainele. Entered ser- 
vice Feb. 11, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany H, 320th Infantry. 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 17. 1918. Re- 
turned May 6, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 30. 1919. 



SWAXN, ARCHIE^Son of Mrs. 
Anna Swann. Entered service Aug. 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Custer 
and attached to the 116th Headquar- 
ters Corps. He was honorably dis- 
charged Aug. 5, 191S. 




TALLANT, ROY C— Born Oct. 27, 
1892. Son of John Tallant, Jean- 
ne tte. Entered service July 22nd» 
1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed with Company H, was made 
Sergeant, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Dec. 12th. 1918. 



TALLANT, CLINTON — Son of John 
Tallant. Entered service June 1919. 
Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company E. 112th Engin- 
eers.. 3 7th Division. Went over- 
seas June 23, 1918. Returned March 
19, 1919, and honorably discharged 
with rank of Sergeant. 



TANNER. FRANK — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Hiram Tanner. Entered service 
May 30, 1917. Was assigned to Fort 
Riley and attached to Battery C, 78th 
Field Artillery. 6th Division. Went 




THOMAS, DOMINICK — Son of Mrs. 
Coletta Thomas. Entered service June 
8, 1917. Was assigned to Columbua 
and attached to Troop B, 6th Cav- 
alry . Went overseas ilarcli 1918 . Re- 



overseas July 12. 1918. Returned turned July 1919, and was honorably 
June 18. 1919, and honorably dis- discharged July 3, 1919. 
charged with rank of Sergeant. 



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THOMAS, KATHRYN — Daughter of 
Mrs. Kate Thomas . Entered service 
Sept. 15. 1918. ^Vas assig:ned to St. 
Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, and is in 
training. She is still in service. 



THOMPSON, JAMES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . John Thompson. Entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917. Was as- 
signed to Camp Gordon and attachedi 
to the 319th Field Artillery, S2nd Di- 
vision. Went overseas May 19, 1918. 
Returned May 10, 1913, and honorably 
discharged May 24, 1919. 



THROM, LOUIS E. — Son of Mr. 
Louis F. Throm. Enlisted with First 
Draft, attached to Service Battalion. 
Was overseas 18 months. Was honor-" 
aTjly discharged July 1, 1919. 



TIBERIO, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul Tiberio. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the De- 
velopment Battalion, 82nd Division. 
He was honorably discharged Sept. 4. 
1918. 







TOCCO, JOSEPH— Son of Mrs. 
Frances Tocco. Entered service May 
3, 1918. Was assigned to Fort 
Thomas and attached to the 52nd In- 
fantry, 6th Division . Went overseas 
July 6, 1918. Returned March 2, 
1919, and honorably discharged April 
1, 1919. 



TURKEY. CHARLES— Sun of Mr. 
aud Mrs . William Turney . Eutereth 
service Aug. 24, 1917. Was assigned 
to Gettysburg and attached to the 
68th Company, 17th Battalion. 153rd 
Depot Brigade . Went overseas April 
1918. Wounded in left hand. Re- 
turned March 23. 1919, and honorably 
discharged April 8, 1919. 



TAKijriM". a!;i;m-: -snn of :\rr. 

and Mrs. Tiiinuiniu. Ealcitd service 
July 22. 1918. Was assigned tcf 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
A, 121 Machine Gun, 32nd Division. 
Went overseas Sept. 1918. Returned 
May 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 1919. 



TRAINOR. JOHN— Son nf .Mr,^. 
Sarah Trainor. Entered servi<_e ILHT. 
Was assigned to Montgomery and at- 
tached to Company B, 145th Infantry, 
37th Division. Went overseas June 
15, 1918. Returned March 22, 1919, 
and honorably discharged with rank 
of Corporal. 








TROUTMAN. HARliY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Troutman. Entered 
service June 1918. Was assigned to 
Fort Russel and attached to the Ar- 
tillery. He was honorably discharged 
Feb. 1919. 



TYLER, EUGENE--Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. M. C. Tyler. Entered service 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company A, 164 th 
Infantry, 41st Division. Went over- 
seas Jan. 1918. Returned July 1919. 
and honorably discharged the same 
month. 



VINCENT, EDWARD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Vincent. Entered 
Service 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the 139th 
Infantry. Went overseas Oct. 1918. 
Returned May 5, 1919, and honorably 
discharged the same month. 



VINCENT. JOHN— Sun of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Vincent. Entered ser- 
vice 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company A, 104th 
Machine Gun Company, 2 7th Infantry. 
Went overseas Sept. 5. 1918 . Re- 
turned April 1919, and honorably dis- 
carged the same month. 





VOITLE, ROBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Voitle. Entered 
service Jan. 15, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Dix, and attached to School 
of Military Aeronautics. He was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 12, 1918. 



WALLS, JOSEPH A. — Son of Mr 
and Mrs. James Walls. Entered ser- 
vice May 27, 1918. Assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf, attached to the Medical 
Corps. He held the rank of Sergeant, 
and is still in service. 



WALLS. JACOB 




WEIBLE. ANTHONY J.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs . Dolarata Weible . En- 
tered service April 5, 1918. Assigned 
to Camp Lee. Attached to Company 
B, 315th Machine Gun. 80th Division. 
Went oversea May 18. 1918. Re- 
turned May 30, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged June 10, 1919. 



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WEIGOLD, EARL E. — Son of Mr. WEGLEY, LAWRENCE — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. George Weigold. Entered Jacob Wegley. Entered service Jan. 
service Sept. 22. 1917. Assigned to 28, 1918. Assigned to Camp Mills, 
Camp Lee. Attached to 155th Depot Jackson, attached to Signal Corp. 
Brigade. He ranked Sergeant and was Went overseas July 31, 1918. and 
honorably discharged Jan. 18, 1919. was slightly gassed Nov. 10, 1918, and 

was honorably discharged July 1. 

1919. 



WESLING. RALPH — Son of Mr. 
Frank Wesling. Entered service Dec. 
3, 1917. Assigned to Newport News. 
R. I. Attached to the U. S. S. 
Huntington, and is still in service. 



WESLING. LEO PAUL — Son of Mr. 
Frank Wesling. Entered service Jan. 
22. 1919. Assigned to School of Five 
for F. A. Fort Sill. Okla. Was hon- 
orably discharged June 24, 1919. 





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WFSI.IXG THEODORE F — s,,!i ut WIOSSKL. JOHN F — Son of llr WILLIAMS, JAMES— Son of Mr, WHITEMAN JOSEPH F.— Son of 

Mr Frank Weslina EntereJ servite and Mrs. John F. Wessel. Entered Willis Williams. Entered service Mrs. Sara J. Whiteman. Entered 

July 3 1917 Assigned to Gettys-' service July 10, 1918. Assigned to July. 1918. Assigned to Camp Lee. service May 2.5, 191B. Assigned to 

burg 'Attached to Company C, 4th Camp Colt, attached to Company A, Attached to the Infantry, and was Camp Dix and Gordon. Attached to 

Regiment 3rd Division. Went over- 327th Battalion. Went overseas Sept. honorably discharged Feb. 1919. Company M, 16th Infantry, 1st Dt- 

sea's April 15. 191S. and was gassed 1918. Returned May 3, 1919, and vision. Went overseas July 1918 and 

and wounded slightly July 23. Re- was honorably discharged May 17. was wounded. Returned April 2, 

turned April 13, 1919, and was hon- 1919. 1919. "nd was honorably discharged 

orably discharged May 2, 1919. April 29, 1919. 







WINFIELD ALBERT G — Son of WITALIS, WILLIAM ALEX.— Son WOLFE. HOMER T.— Son of Mr. -nOLFE GOMER R.— Son of Abra- 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Winfield. En- of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Witalis. En and Mrs. Abraham Wolfe. Entered ham Wolfe Entered service April 

tered service May 27, 1917. Attached tered service Aug. 1917 . Assigned to service Sept. 5, 1917. Assigned to 3. 1918. Assigned to Camp Lee, at- 

to 151st Field Artillerv Was honor- Fort Monroe, attache. 1 to 135th De- Camp Lee. attached to Company J. tached to 315th Machine Gun, IbOtli 

ablv discharged Apriri919. pot Brigade. Went overseas June 10. 120th Infantry, 80th Division. Went Brigade, Company A. Went overseas 

1918 Returned Dec. 20, 1918. Was overseas May 1918. Returned Mar. May 20, 1918. ■\\ as gassed, returned 

honorably discharged Jan. 14, 1919. 29, 1919, was honorably discharged June 1919. Was honorably dis- 

Mar. 1919. charged. 







WOLFLEY, CHARLES C. — Son of 



WOLL, FRANK — Sun of Mr. and 



WOLL, JOSEPH A. — Son of Nick 



Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolfley. Entered Mrs. Kurtz. Entered service April Kurtz. Entered service ^ Aug 

service May 27, 1917. Assigned to 24, 1917. Assigned to Newport. R. 

Camp Allentown, Attached to Base I. Went overseas June 16. 1918. 

Hospital No. 17. Went overseas July Returned Jan. 7, 1918. W'as hon- 

13, 1917. Returned April 27. 1919. orably discharged Mar. 26, 1919. 

Was honorably discharged May 7. 

1919. 



YECKLE. CLARENCE E. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Yeckle. Entered 
1918 Assigned to Camp Joseph, at- service June 17, 1917. Assigned to 
tached to Company 539. Went over- Littlesilver, N. J., attached to Com- 
seas Sept 27, 1918. Returned and pany E, 406th Field Battalion. Went 
was honorably discharged April 24. overseas Aug. 1, 1917. Returned 
jQig April 20, 1919, and was honorably dis- 

charged April 26, 1919. 



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YECKLE. HOWARD H . — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Yeckle. Entered 
service March 1918. Assigned to 
Camp Crane, attached to the Amhu- 
lance Section 590. Went overseas 
May 1918. Returned May 1919, and 
was honorahly discharged June 1919. 





YECKEL, JOHN F. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Yeckel . Entered ser- 
vice July 31, 1918. Assigned to 
Camp Forrest, attached to Company 
B, 128th Division. Went overseas 
Sept. 29, 1918 . Returned July 1, 
1919, was honorably discharged July 
1919. 



ZELLERS. WALTER P. — Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . Chas . Zellers . En- 
tered service Dec. 4, 1917. Assigned 
to Newport News, R . I . Was hon- 
orably discharged Aug. 4, 1919. 




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YEZZIE. FRANK — Entered service 
May 27, 1918. Assigned to Camp 
George, attached to Company 108, 
Base Hospital. W^ent overseas Nov. 
1. 1918. Returned July 6, 1919, and 
was honorably discliarged July 15, 
1919. 




ZEWE, JACOB ELMER— Son of /TMOWSKI, STANISLOUS — Son of 

Mr. Jacob W . Zewe . Entered scr M r . and Mrs . Ziraowski . Entered 
vice May 12, 1917. Assigned to service Sept. 21, 1917. Assigned to 
Cheyenne, Wyoming. Attached to the Camp Lee, attached to Company A, 
1st Calvary, and is still in the ser- 320th Regiment. 80th Division. Went 
vice. overseas May 18, 1918. Returned 

May 30, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged June 8, 1919. 




COOK. HAROLD 




TRIMBLE. PAUL C. 



APPLE. WALTER — Son of Mra. 
Catherine Apple, Jeannette, Pa. En- 
tered the service February 26. 1918, 
and was assigned to Camp Lee and 
Camp Laurel. Went oversears June 
28, 1918, attached to Company A, 
601st Engineers. Returned July 6, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
July 12, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



APEL, CARL H. — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. George P. Apel, Jeannette, Pa. 
Entered the service in 1918, and was 
assigned to Camp Upton. AVent over- 
seas in Aug. 1918, attached to Bat- 
tery D, 5th Battalion. Returned Jan. 
13, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 22, 1919. 



BIONDI, MIKE— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Daniel Biondi. Jeannette. Pa. 
Entered the service Aug. 18, 1917. 
and was assigned to Camp Greene. 
Went overseas Ajiril 8, 1918, attached 
to Company B, 6th Infantry, 5th Di- 
vision . Was wounded and spent two 
months in a hospital in France. Re- 
turned March 4, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged March 7, 1919. 



BLACK, GEORGE W. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs , John H . Black, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service in 1918, and 
assigned to Camp Taylor and camp at 
Cambridge Springs, attached to the 
Artillery. Was honorablv discharged 
Dec. 20. 1919. 



BRESMAN, HERMAN CHARLES, 
of Jeannette, Pa. Entered the service 
Aug. 29, 1918, and was assigned to 
Camp Lee. Went overseas Oct. 13, 
1918, attached to Company L, 107th 
Infantry, 27th Division. Returned 
March 19, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged April 3, 1919. 



BROTHERTON, FLOYD — Son of 
William Brothertou, Jeannette, Pa. En- 
tered the service July 15, 1917, at 
Camp Hancock. Went overseas May 
3, 1918., attached to Company I, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Was 
wounded by gunshot on August 25, 
1918, at Vesle River. Served as a 
Corporal. Returned May 11, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged. 



BROWN. HOWARD— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Brown. Jeannette, Pa. 
Entered the service in July. 1918, 
and was assigned to Camp J. E. John- 
son. Was honorably discharged Mar. 
14. 1919. 



COMMON. HARRY, JR.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs . Harry Common, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service Feb. 
7, 1918, and was assigned to Camp 
Mills . Went overseas May 5, 1918 . 
Returned Aug. 5, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged Aug. 19, 1919. 



COX, JESSIE WILLIAM — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cox, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service in r9l7. and 
was assigned to Camp at Columbus, 
Ohio. Went overseas in March, 1918, 
attached to the Coast Artillery. 
Served as a Bugler. Returned in June 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
shortly thereafter. 



COX. LORENZA L.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . A . J . Cox, Jeannette, Pa. 
Entered the service in 1917, and was 
assigned to Camp Hancock . Went 
overseas in May 1918, attached to 
Company I, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. Returned in May 1919. and 
shortly thereafter was honorably dis* 
charged . 



CROUSHORE. EDMUND O. — Son 
of Mrs. Diana M. Croushore. En- 
listed Oct. 5, 1917. Sent to Camp 
Lee. Attached to Company D, 103rd 
Regiment, 103rd Infantry. Sailed 
Feb . 27. 1918 . Returned Feb. 1, 
1919 . W^as honorably discharged 
Feb. 18, 1919. 



CROUSHORE. SAMUEL H. — Son 
of Mrs. Diana M. Croushore. En- 
listed Feb. 26, 1918. Sent to Camp 
Lee. Attached to Company H, 3rd 
Regiment. Sailed May 1918. Was 
wounded by shrapnel July 28, 1918 . 
Returned May 1919 . Was honorably 
discharged May 1919. 



DeDONATO. GAETANO, of Jean- 
nette, Pa. Parents in Italy. Entered 
the service in 1917, and assigned to 
Camp Hancock . Went overseas in 
May, 1918, attached to Company I. 
110th Infantry. 28th Division. Waa 
wounded. Returned in May 1919, 
and was honorably discharged in June 
1919. 



DELFIE, FRANK — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Delfie, Jeannette. Pa. En- 
tered the service in May 1917, and 
was assigned to camp at Columljus, 
Camp Greene and Camp Shelby. Went 
overseas in May 1918, attached to 
Battery A, 77th Field Artillery. Re* 
turned in May 1919, and was shortly 
thereafter honorably discharged. 



DUBOIS, ERNEST — Son of Mrs. 
Paullena DuBois, Pittsburgh, Pa. En- 
tered the service in June 1917. Was 
attached to U. S. S. Kansas. Served 
as Chief Baker on Mine Sweeper. At 
present on the U. S. S. Qsprey. Still 
in the service. 



EBERHART. CALVIN W. — Son of 
Mrs. Minnie Eberhart, Jeannette, Pa. 
Entered the service Sept . 4, 1918, 
and was assigned to Camp Forrest, 
attached to Company A. Heavy Artil- 
lery. Was honorably discharged Dec. 
15, 1918. 



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ELY, HAROLD F. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Ely, Jeannette, Pa. Was 
a graduate of Annapolis and attached 
to Destroy era Terry. Evans and Mur- 
hon. Served as Senior Lieutenant, 
ronvoyinp across several lines. Still 
on the Marhon. 



ELLIOTT, ALBERT L . — Son of 
Calhrine Elliott. Enlisted April 6.' 
I!tl7. \\'as sent to Columbus. Browns- 
ville, Texas. Attached to Company A, 
Military Police in Cavalry Depart- 
ment. Sailed March 25. 1918. Killed 
in action about Oct . 3. 1918 . 



ELY. DR. ,IOHN M. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John F. Ely, Jeannette. Pa. 
Entered tlie service Aug, 16, 1917, 
and assiKne{l to camj) at Allentown, 
Pa. Went overseas Sept . 27. 1917, 
attached to Base Hospital No. 27. 
Medical Department . Served as Ser* 
geant-Major. Returned March 24. 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
April 1, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



FILKOSKY, WILLIAM — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Filkosky. Entered 
service May IJ, 1917, and assigned to 
Columbus Barracks . Went overseas 
in Aug. 1917, attached to Battery B, 
59th Coast Artillery . Returned in 
Feb . 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 8, 1919. 



PINKELHOR. ROBERT — Son of 



FINKELHOR. ALLEN J. — Son of 



Mrs. Jennie R. Finkelhor, Jeannette, Mrs. Jennie R. Kinkelhor, Jeannette. 
Pa. Entere<i the service in the Pa. Entered the service Jan. 1, 1918, 
Spring of 191H, stationed at Camp Lee, and was assigned to Camp Hancock. 



A'a . Was honorably discharged the 
early part of 1919. 



Went overseas July 31, 1918, attached 
to the Ordance Department . Served 
as a Corporal . Returned July 20, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
July 25, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



GOBLE. CHARLES A.— Son of Mrs. 
Madge Goble, Jeannette. Pa. Entered 
the service March 28, 1918, and as- 
signed to Camp Greenleaf and Camp 
Dix . Was attached to the Medical 
Department. Served as a Captain. 
Was honorably discharged Feb. 28. 
1919. 



GUEST, WILLIAM M. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William M. Guest, Jean- 
nette, Pa . Entered the service July 
28, 1918, and was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and Camp Custer, attached 
to Headquarters Company, 214th En- 
gineers, 14th Division . Served aa a 
Sergeant . AVas honorably discharged 
Feb. 28, 1919. 



HALL. ELLIS J. — Son of Lee Hall, 
Jeannette, Pa. Entered the service 
July 22. 1918, and was assigned to 
Camp Lee . Went overseas Sept . 7. 
1918, attached to Company C, 106th 
Machine Gun Battalion, 80ih Division. 
Returned April 10, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged April 17, 1919. 



HEBRANK, GILBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . James Hebrank, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service May 27, 
1918, and was assigned to Camp Lee 
and Camp Dix . Went overseas in 
the fall of 191H, attached to Base Hos- 
jiital No , 20, Medical Department. 
Returned April 28, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged May 7, 1919. 



HENDERSON, BRUCE N. — Son of 
Mrs . H . Miller, Jeannette, Pa . En- 
tered the service in the Marine Corps, 
and served in Siberia and Japan, 
Served as a Corporal. M'as honorably 
discharged in March 1919. 



HEBRANK. JOSEPH R.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Hebrank, Jean- 
nette. Pa. Entered the service March 
28, 1918, and was assigned to Fort 
Meyers, attached to U . S. Chemical 
Medical Corps . Served as a Ser- 
geant . Was honorably discharged 
August 2, 1919. 



HOFFMAN, ROY M. — Son of Mr. 
8-nd Mrs. David Hoffman, Jeannette^ 
Pa. Entered the service May 25, 
1917, and was assigned to camp at 
Allentown . Went overseas Sept . 27, 
1917, attached to Base Hospital No. 
27. Medical Department. Served as 
Sergeant. Returned March 24. 1919, 
and was honorably discharged April 
1, 1919. at Camp Dix. 



HOEY. J. KEISTER— Son of Mrs. 
Anna Hoey, Jeannette, Pa. Entered 
the service Dec. 8, 1917, and was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock. Went over- 
seas May 3, 1918. attached to Com- 
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. 
Served as a Corporal. Was wounded 
at Chateau Thierry. Returned Jan. 
26, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 8, 1919. 



HOFFMAN. WALTER M.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman, Jean-* 
nette. Pa. P^ntered the service July 
27, 1917, and was assigned to camp 
at Gettysburg and Camp Greene, at- 
tached to Machine Gun Battalion, 
Company C, 10th Regiment, 4th Di- 
vision, Regular Army. Was honors 
ably discharged December 21, 1917. 
at Camp Green. 



JACOBS, WILLIAM R. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service Dec. 
10, 1917, and assigned to Camp Grant. 
Kelly Field and Rich Field. Went 
overseas July 1918, attached to 309th 
Aerial Squadron. Returned Dec . 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
Dec. 13, 1919. at Long Island. N. Y. 



JOHNSON, PAUL — Son of Charles KEISTER, ROBERT GLENN — Son 
A. Johnson, Jeannette, Pa. Entered of Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Keister, Jean- 
service Sept. 22, 1917. and was as- nette, Pa. Entered the service July 
signed to Camp Lee and Camp Gor- 2'2, 1918, and assigned to Camp at 
don, attached to the Quartermaster's Cape May, attached to the Naval Re- 
Department. Served as a Corporal. serves. Served as a Petty Officer. 
Was honorably discharged June 21. Was honorably discharged Feb. 10. 
1919. 1919. 



KETCHAM, HARRY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. H. Ketcham, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service July 1918. 
and assigned to Camp Forrest. Went 
overseas Nov. 1, 1918. attached to 
Company G, 211th Engineers, and 
Company D, 104th Engineers. Served 
as a Sapper. Died of pneumonia Jan 
26, 1919. at Bargess, France. 



KIRK, RAYMOND — Son of Mr . 
and Mrs. George S. Kirk, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service May 6, 1917. 
and was assigned to Fort -Benjamin, 
Harrison, and transferred to Hoffman 
Island. Served as a Corporal. Wad 
honorably discharged July 6, 1919, 



KNAPPENBERGER, CHESTER W. 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knap- 
penberger, Jeannette, Pa . Entered 
the service Dec. 22. 1917. and was 
assigned to Ft. Leavenworth, attached 
to the Medical Corps . Was trans- 
frred to General Hospital No. 24, 
Parkview, Pittsburgh, Pa. Was hon- 
orably discharged July 23, 1919. 



KOONTZ, ROSS A. — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. George Koontz. Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service in 1917. and 
was assigned to Newport News and 
the Great Lakes Training School. Was 
attached the U. S. S. Indiana. Was 
honorably discharged in Feb . 1919 . 



LAMPS, JOHN 0. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Seth C. Lamps, Jeannette, Pa. 
Entered the service Feb. 28. 1918. 
and was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, 
attached to Poor Guard Detachment. 
Served as a Corporal. Was honorably 
discliarged Apr. 4, 1919 . 



LEACOCK. HARRY. JR. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leacock. En- 
listed Sept. 19, 1918. Was honor- 
ably discharged Sept. 29, 1918. 



LERETTS, TONY — Son of Mrs . 
Mickey, Jeannette, Pa. Has been in 
the regular army for nine years. Still 
in the service. 



LOEBACH. JOHN ANDREW — Son 

of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach, 
Jeannette, Pa. Entered the service 
April 5, 1918, and assigned to Camp 
Lee, attached to 155th Depot Brigade. 
Was honorably discharged April 22, 
1918. 



LONG, EARL R. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . A. T . Long. Entered the ser- 
vice Feb. 12, 1918, assigned to Camp 
Funs ton and sailed overseas June 12, 
1918. Attached to Co. C. 314th F 
S. Battalion. Ranked as Corporal 
Awarded citation by French Govern- 
ment. Returned May 27, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged June 11# 
1919. 



LONG, JOHN FRANKLIN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Long. Enteredi 
service Oct. 21, 1917, with the Army 
Y. M. C. A. and Naval Aviation 
July 7, 1918. He received temporary^ 
release from the Naval Reserve on 
Feb. 1, 1919. 



LOUGHNER. EMORY M, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service April 12, 
1917, and was assigned to camp at 
Salt Lake City and Newport News and 
Camp Upton. Attached to Company 
H, 42nd Infantry. Out at sea four 
days when Armistice was signed and 
returned. Was honorably discharged 
in June. 1919. 



LUSTICK. WILLIAM P. L. — Son 
of Mrs. Alwina Lustick. Jeannette. Pa, 
Entered the service Feb . 27. 1918 
and was assigned to Camp Lee. Went 
overseas in the Summer of 1918, at 
tached to Battery D. 128 Field Artil 
lery . Was slightly wounded. Re 
turned in the spring of 1919, and was 
honorably discharged April 30, 1919. 



MAXWELL, ARTHUR L. — Son of 

Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Maxwell, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service in 
1917, and assigned to Camp Fulton. 
Went overseas in September 1918, at-* 
tached to Coast Artillery. Served as 
a Sergeant . Returned in Jan. 1919, 
and was honorably discharged shortly 
thereafter. 



MAXWELL, PHEA B. — Son of Mr, 

and Mrs . P . .'' . Maxwell, Jeannette> 
Pa. Entered the service in 1917, and 
assigned to Camp Lee. Went over- 
seas in Feb. 1918. Served as a Cor- 
poral. Was wounded in the shoulder. 
Returned in April 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged May 5, 1919. 



MEYER, ALBERT CHARLES — Son 
of Otto Meyer, Jeannette, Pa. Entered 
the service Sept. 22, 1917, and wafl 
assigned to Camp Lee . Went over- 
seas in May 1918, attached to Com' 



MULL, WILLIAM IRA— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John F . Mull, Jeannette. 
Pa. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917, 
and assigned to Camp Lee . Went 
overseas May 26, 1918. attached to 



pany G, 326th Infantry, 82nd Division! Field Hospital 320, 305th Sanitary 
Served as a Sergeant." Was killed in Train, 80th Division. Served as a 
battle on Oct. 13, 1918. Sergeant of the first-class. Returned 

May 31, 1919. and was honorably dis- 
charged June 9, 1919. 



MUSSATTO. JACOB — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Stephen Mussatto, Jean* 
nette. Pa. Entered the service April 
5, 1918, and was assigned to Camp 
Lee, attached to 5th Depot Brigade. 
Was honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 



NESTLER. CHARLES A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Nestler, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service Oct. 1. 1918, 
and assigned to University of Pitts- 
burgh. S. A. T. C. Was honorably 
discharged Dec. 12, 1918. 



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O'NEIL. JOHN C. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Bernard O'Neil. Jeannette, Pa . 
Entered the service May 28, 1918, 
and assigned to Wissahickon Barracks 
and Cape May, attached to the Naval 
Reserves. Served as a Third-class 
Gunner's Mate. Was honorably dis 
charged Feb. 11. 1919. 



OSKER, HUBEAUT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Osker, Jeannette, Pa 
Entered the service April 28. 1918. 
Was attached tto Healquarters' Band, 
147th Regiment, 37th Division. Served 
as Second-class Musician. Went over- 
seas June 23, 1918. Returned Mar. 
23, 1918 , and was honorably dis- 
charged April 1919. 



PACELLT, PHILIP^ — Son of Mrs. 
Bertha Pacelli. Jeannette, Pa . En- 
tered the service July 31, 1918, and 
assigned to Camp Forrest and Camp 
Meade, attached to Company C, 211th 
Engineers, 11th Div. Was honorably 
discharged Jan. 23, 1919. 



POOL. CLAIR A. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. S. V. POOL, Jeannette. Pa. 
Entered the service Sept. 1, 1918. and 
assigned to S. A. T. C. Indiana- 
State Normal. Was honorably dis- 
charged in the winter of 1918. 



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PREMAR, EARL BAUM — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley C. Premar, 
Jeannette, Pa. Entered the service 
Sept. 1918, and assigned to S. A. T. 
C. University of Pittsburgh, Pa. Was 
honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 



REITZ, 
and Mrs 
Pa. 



WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
Dominik Reitz, Jeannette, 
Entered the service in 1918. 



REUTER, LOUIS MARTIN — Son of 
Henry M. Renter, Jeannette, Pa. En- 
tered the service June 15. 1918, andj 
assigned to camp at Erie. Camp Han- 
cock and Camp Beauregard, attached 
to Company B, 51st Battalion. 17th 
Division. Served as a Corporal, Was 
honorably discharged Feb. 11, 1919. 



SADDLER, JOHN W — Son of Mr. 
William W. Saddler and Mrs. Sarah 
J. Saddler. Enlisted May 28, 1918. 
Sent to Camp Greenleaf and Camp 
Sherman, Ohio, First-class Private. At- 
tached to Medical Department, 28th 
Division. Was honorably discharged 
Nov. 28. 1938. 



SKBLLY, EARL J. — Son of Mrs. 
Emma Skelly. Jeannette. Pa. Entered 
the service Sept. 1917, and assigned 
to Camp Lee and to Camp Gordon. 
Went overseas April 2,, 1918, attached 
to Headquarters' Co., 325th Infantry, 
82nd Division. Was wounded by high 
explosive in Argonne battle, Oct. 14, 
1 918 . Served as a Sergeant . Re- 
turned Dec. 1918, and was honorably 
discharged Jan. 27. 1919. 



SMELTZER. DAVE HEBRANK— 
Son of Mrs. Mary J. Smeltzer, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered tlie service Feb. 
1918, and was assigned to Camp Ogle- 
thorpe and Camp Beauregard. Went 
overseas Oct. 31. 1918. attached to 
Evacuation Hospital No, 29. Medical 
Corps. Served as a Captain. Re- 
turned July 6. 1919. and was honor- 
ably discharged July 23, 1919. 



SMITH, HOWARD M . — Son of 
George H. Smith. Jeannette. Pa, En-* 
tered the service Mar. 12, 1918, andi 
assigned to Camp Colt . Died of 
pneumonia Oct. 4, 1918. 



SPICHER, WILLIAM FREDERIC 
— Son of J. O. Spicher. Latrobe, Pa. 
Entered the service June 1, 1918, and 
assigned to Ft. Oglethorpe and Camp 
Forrest. Went overseas June 5, 1918, 
attached to Company I, 52 nd Regi- 
ment. 6th Division. Returned June 
12, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged June 17, 1919. 



STEINER, ALEX — Son of D. F. 
Steiner, Jeannette, Pa. Entered the 
service Sept. 1917, and was assigned 
to Camp Lee. Went overseas May, 

1918, attached to Company I, 320tb 
Infantry, 80th Division. Was wounded 
by gunshot on Nov. 1, 1918, at Ar- 
gonne forest. Returned March, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged April 1, 

1919, at Camp Dix. 



STEINER. EMERSON — Son of D. 
F. Steiner. Jeannette, Pa. Entered 
the service in the spring of 1918 . 
Went overseas in the spring of 1918, 
and served in France about one year. 
Was honorably discharged in the 
spring of 1919. 



STONE. RALPH — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lewis Stone, Jeannette, Pa. En- 
tered service April 1. 1917, and was 
assigned to Camp Hancock . Went 
overseas May 20. 1918. attached to 
Company A, 107 th Field Artillery, 
28th Division. Returned May 13, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
May 21, 1919. 



STUCHALL, EDWIN T. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stuchall. Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service May 
13, 1918, and was assigned to Camp 
Meigs and Camp Lee. attached to 
Quartermaster's Depot . Was honor- 
ably discharged April 5, 1919. 



SUNDER. CARL EUGENE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sunder, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service Nov. 
2, 1918, and wa sassigned to Camp 
Holabird, attached to Motor Trans- 
port Corps, Repair Unit No. 321. Was 
honorably discharged Feb. 5, 1919. 



TICKLE, GEORGE K.— Son of 
George Tickle, Jeannette, Pa. En- 
tered the service July 12, 1917, and 
assigned to camp at Gettysburg and 
Camp Wads worth. Went overseas 
April. 1918, attached to Company C, 
8th M. G. Battalion. Was wounded 
in the face by shrapnel. Returned 
Aug. 25, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged . 



VOZEL, PHILLIP J.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. David P. Vozel, Jeannette, 
Pa. Entered the service in the 
Spring of 1917, and assigned to Fort 
Strong. Went overseas, attached to 
55th C. A. C. Was honorably dis- 
chargied Dec. 1918. 



VOZEL, WILLIAM E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . David P. Vozel, Jeannette. 
Pa. Entered the .^jervice May 27, 
1917, and assigned to Camp Greenleaf 
and Camp Gordon. Went over.seas in 
July, 1918, attached to Base Hospital 
No. 72. Returned in the Spring of 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
May 2, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



WILSON, JAMES W. — Son of 
George Wilson, Jeannette, Pa. — En- 
tered the service Aug. 15. 1918, and 
assigned to Camp Colt and Camp Toby- 
hanna. Went overseas Sept. 15, 1918. 
attached to Tank Corps. Returned 
May 4, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged May 16, 1919. 



WILSON, DR. ROBERT L. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wilson, Jean- 
nette. Pa. Entered the service July 
17. 1917, and was assigned to Camp 
Wheeler, attached to Base Hospital 
No. 51, Medical Department. Served 
as a Captain. Was honorably dis- 
charged July 31, 1918, at Washington, 
D. C. 



WINFIELD, ALBERT G.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wintield. Jean- 
nette, Pa. Entered the service May 
26, 1918, and was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf, Camp Crane. Went over- 
seas Aug. 13. 1918. attached to Co. 
B, 151st Field Artillery, 42nd Di- 
vision. Returned March 21, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged April 9. 
1919. 



WALKER, DEAN E. — Son of WMl- 
mer Walker. Ohio. Entered the ser- 
vice June 2, 1917, and assigned to 
Camp Tot ten, Plattsburg. Served 
as a Sergeant. Was honorably dis- 
charged Nov. 20, 1918. 




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Chapter IV, 



SCOTTDALE DISTRICT. The pictures and military bio- 
graphies shown in this chapter are those of service men 
from Scottdale, Iron Bridge, Stauffer, Alverton and 
Everson. 



The men, women and children of Scottdale and surround- 
ing community played a conspicious part in the World War. 
They never lost sight of the fact that a responsibility rested 
upon their shoulders and that there was much to do. They 
were busy all the time. 

The Young Men's Christian Association building was the 
general headquarters for many of the war time activities. The 
"Y" without hesitation threw all of its force as well as its con- 
veniences into the service of the nation. Here the men were 
called for examination and for all their preliminary training 
previous to going to camp. The Y. M. C. A. of Scottdale was 
the headquarters for the American Red Cross, Civilian Relief, 
Army Training School, Branch of the Selective Service Board 
and the Boys' Working Reserve. And when the town was 
stricken with the terrible epidemic of Influenza, the Y. M. C. A. 
threw wide its doors to every one who needed the help an 
emergency hospital could give. All other programs were laid 
aside for the greater cause of saving life. Charles D. Flagle 
was the executive secretary of the local Association during the 
dark days of 1917 and 1918. It was through his untiring eflforts 
and devotion to the work that some order and system were main- 
tained within the building housing so many organizations and 
agencies. He was ably assisted by the other officers of the 
Association which were Robert Skemp, President; Dr. James P. 
Strickler, 1st Vice President; Dr. Arthur Waide, 2nd Vice 
President and Recording Secretary, and J. M. Zimmers, Trea- 
surer. 

The Scottdale Auxiliary of the American Red Cross 
occupied the educational class rooms on the second floor of the 
Y. M. C. A. building and it was in these rooms that a great 
work was directed. This is best attested by the fact that those 
who worked under the auspices of the Red Cross turned out a 
total of 268,038 articles for war purposes and relief work. These 
were divided as follows: surgical goods, 71,697 pieces; hospital 
supplies consisting of towels, bandages, pillow cases, surgical 
shirts, shoulder wraps, eye bandages, undershirts, underdrawers, 
bed sacks, pajamas, foot sacks, handkerchiefs, knee bandages, 
wash cloths, convalescent gowns, sheets, spreads, hot water bag 
covers, comforts, pillows, blankets, and ice bags numbered 44,223 
pieces. Knitted goods consisting of socks, wristlets, sweaters, 
helmets and scarfs numbered 9,372 articles. Refugee garments 
consisting of various kinds of used and new articles numbered 
8,389 pieces. Sixty-one comfort kits were produced and miscel- 
laneous articles consisting of property bags, napkins, emergency 
cot outfits, robes and odd pieces numbered 134,296 pieces. The 
membership fund of the organization amounted to $5,078. Two 
hundred and ninety-nine dollars and fifty cents was collected 
for Christmas boxes. Thirty-four units, represented by churches 
and other bodies were engaged in the making of the necessities 
for war. The officers of the organization during the period of 
the war were: Rev. M. A. Lambing, president; Mrs. G. E. 
Huttle, 1st vice president; Mrs. Benj. Miller, 2nd vice president; 
Miss Katherine C. Finnerty, secretary and Robt. P. Percy, 
treasurer. The Advisory Board was Rev. I. E. Runk, Robt. 
Skemp, Mrs. F. L. Brown, Mrs. W. H. Clingerman, Mrs. A. S. 
Livengood and Mrs. W. H. Whaley. Mr. F. L. Brown was 
chairman of the finance committee, Mrs. G. E. Huttel was 
super\^isor of units, Mrs. W. D. Stoncr was assistant supervisor 
of units. The knitting w^ork was in charge of Mrs. Robt. Skemp 
and Mrs. J. L. Raygor. Surgical dressings were in charge of 
Mrs. W. F. Stauffer and Mrs. E. F. Weaver. The purchasing 



committee consisted of Mrs. J. P. Miller, Mrs. J. P. Brennen 
and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy. The publicity committee was com- 
posed of Mr. Jas. Keegan, Mr. E. F. Doorley, Mrs. H. B. Hart- 
man and Aliss Elizabeth Hill. Each unit had a chairman, some 
two. They were i, Mrs. G. E. Huttle; 2, Miss Lillian Parry; 
3, Mrs. Marsh and Miss Ruth Rittenhouse ; 4, Mrs. W. F. Shotts ; 
5, Mrs. F. L. Brown and Mrs. L. Jones ; 6, Mrs. G. F. McNeish 
and Miss J. Parry ; 7, Mrs. J. L. Raygor and Mrs. George 
Barkell ; 8, Mrs. H. C. Engle and Mrs. Herman Hepler ; 9, Mrs. 
L. A. Zimmerman; 10, Mrs. P. J. O'Conner; II, Mrs. Charles 
Wadsworth; 12, Mrs. W. H. Whaley; 13, Mrs. F. C. Wray; 
14, Mrs. Thomas Hill and Miss Bess Millen; 15, Mrs. Ben 
Willard; 16, Mrs. H. E. Overholt and Mrs. McGough ; 17, Mrs. 
A. L. Rosensteel ; 18, Mrs. H. Miner and Mrs. M. S. Pyle ; 19, 
Mrs. W. F. Stauff^er; 20, Mrs. Hough and Miss Pauline Parker; 
21, Miss Gerder Carlson ; 22, Mrs. Edward Mooney ; 23, Miss 
Lucy Clarkson and Miss Hazel Rath ; 24, Miss Florence Fitz- 
gerald and Miss Lillian Maude DePriest ; 25, Mrs. James 
Campbell and Mrs. A. Loucks ; 26, Miss Katherine McBurney; 
27, Miss Catherine Weddell; 28, Mrs. J. M. Zimmers and Mrs. 
Howard Hudson ; 29, Mrs. Connors ; 30, Mrs. Budd and Mrs. 
Luther Cope; 31, Miss Thelma Rush, Miss Sarah Sherrick and 
Mrs. Julia Ulery; 32, Miss Carrie Wiley; 33, Miss Katherine 
Doorley; 34, Miss Maude Loucks. Miss Lucy Poole and Mrs. 
George McGoogan directed two circles for clothes for needy 
Europeans. 

In the five government loan drives, loyal support of the 
citizens was obtained and the total amount subscribed was 
$3,906,850. This sum was accumulated as follows : First, 
S175.OOO; Second, $547,750; Third, $842,400; Fourth, $1,386,350; 
Victor}', $955,350. The drives were led by Walter F. Stauffcr 
of the men's committee and Mrs. Mary A. Loucks of the women's 
committee. 

During the two years of the war, good and faithful service 
was rendered by the three local troops of the BoY Scouts of 
America. They distributed advertising matter of various kinds, 
helped at Red Cross headquarters, assisted in the Y. M. C. A. 
drives and the United War Work Fund. They were very active 
during the Liberty Loan campaigns and sold many bonds. 

The American Libr.\ry Association was represented in 
Scottdale by Miss Edna L. Krouse under whose supervision 
thousands of books were collected and forwarded to army 
cantonments and naval training stations. All of the books were 
carefully inspected and marked with a book plate and indexed 
before being shipped. Pockets and cards were also made out 
for each book. The largest shipments from Scottdale were 
directed to Camp Hancock and Camp Meade. A commendable 
act of service was performed by the local representative of the 
American Library Association in assisting to catalog, index and 
install a librarj' at the U. S. General Hospital at Carlfsle, Pa. 
A large amount of literature was also distributed locally. — such 
as pamphlets on gardening, canning, etc. 

In the Scottdale district the Four Minute Men were repre- 
sented by William Ferguson and Walter F. StoufTer. 

The Scottdale Y. M. .C. A. had two representatives in "Y" 
war work; Charles S. Hall was provisional finance director and 
Ed. Fuller served in France as director of musical activities. 

The people at home worked with a definite purpose — that 
of helping to win the war and the community's record stands 
without reproach. 



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ALLEN. ROBERT M. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Alien . Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the Special- 
ist Department. Sailed Nov . 10. 
1919, but turned back on account of 
Armistice signing. Was honorably 
discharged Dec. 14. 1918. 



ANDI. STEPHEN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jim Andi. Entered service Mar. 
25, 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Greene and attached to Company B, 
39th Infantry. Went overseas May 
1918, was wounded in right side and 
left hand. Returned Jan. 1. 1919. 
and honorably discharged with rank 
of First-class Cook . 



ANDREWS, HAROLD C. — Son of 
Mrs . W . M . Ritchie . Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 9, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
F. 305 Ammunition Train. 80th Di- 
vision. AVent overseas May 18, 1918. 
Returned May 31, 1919. and honorablj' 
discharged with rank of Sergeant. 



ANDERSON, JOHN.— Son of Mr. 
Andrew Anderson . Entered service 
May 24, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps. Went overseas Sept. 15, 
1918. Was attached to Base Hospital 
No. 79 . Returned June 27. 1919, 
and honorably discharged July 2, 
1919. 




liAI'.riiA, n;.\NK Snii Ml Mr ami 
Mrs . Jo-seph Ii;il.ura . Kniered ser- 
vice May 25. 1918 . Was assigned 
to Fort Des Moines, and attached to 
the 26th Detachment. He was hon- 
orably discharged Oct. 22. 1919, with 
rank of Cook. 





L.Vn.lXG. MILLAX R.— l;..n, -Lily 
4. lo'H 1. Son of Freil and Luuise 
Bailing. Entered service April 4, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company C, 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Dn vision. He sailed 
overseas May 30th, 1918 . Was 
wounded in the left leg in the Ar- 
gonne Offensive. Returned to the 
United States May 30. 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
June 1919. 



BAKER. RALPH — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Baker . Entered service 
Sept. 3, 1918. Was assigned to Camp. 
Forrest and attached to Company A, 
124th Engineers. He was honorably 
discharged Jan. 18, 1919. 




I'.AKKI;, WILBUR — Son of Mr. and 
Mr^, (.fortie Baker . Entered service 
May 24. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 
Department of United States General 
Hospital No. 26 . He was honorably 
discharged Oct. 22, 1919. 




BARNUM, HENRY— Sun of Mrs. 
Hattie Deemer. Entered service July 
7. 1917. Was assigned to Camp Mills 
and attached to Company M, 23rd In- 
fantry, 2nd Division. Went overseas 
Dec. 11, 1917. Was wounded July 
18, 1918, and died Aug. 20, 1918, at 
Base Hospital No. 27. 




BATES. JOHN— Sun of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ignatius Bates. Entered ser- 
vice Dec. 15, 1917 . W^as assigned 
to Columbus Barracks and attached 
to the 312th Aero Squadron. He was 
honorably discharged June 2, 1919, 
with rank of Sergeant. 




BEARD, ELWOOD — Son of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Beard. Entered service 
service Nov. 20, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Custer and attached to Com- 
pany A, 119th Machine Gun Battalion. 
32n'd Division. AVent overseas March 
1918, was wounded six times. Re- 
turned May 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged June 1919. 




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HKCKER, FRANCIS.— Sun uf Mrs. 
Mary Becker. Entered service Feb^ 
11, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the 313th Field Artil- 
lery, Battalion C. 80th Division, Went 
overseas Summer 1918 . Returned 
May 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 6, 1919. 




BECKER, LOUIS— Son of Mrs. 
Mary Becker . Entered service in 
Fall of 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Meade and attached to 2nd Company. 
23rd Engineers. Went overseas in 
Winter 1918. Returned June 11. 1919, 
and honorably discharged June 17, 
1919. 



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BEI.STEL, KENNETH— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. E. Beistel. Entered ser- 
vice Dec. 23, 1917. Was assigned 
to Columbus Barracks and attached to 
the Motor Transport Qxiartermaster 
Corps. He "was honorably discharged 
July 3, 1919, with rank of Corporal. 




BELL, HOMER — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Bell. Entered service 
June 22. 1916. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to Company E, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May, 1918, was wounded by 
shrapnel. Returned Dec. 22, 1918, 
and honorably discharged Jan. 22, 
1919. 




BELL, WILLIAM — .Sun of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. L. Bell. Entered service 
July 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to Company E, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Went 
overseas Mav 3, 1918. Slightly gassed. 
Returned Sept. 12, 1918, and honor- 
ably discharged with the rank of Sec- 
ond Lieutenant - 



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liKL.MOXln). ELICIO — Son ..f Mr 
and Mrs . John Behnonde. Entered 
service Ausr. 29. 1918. Was assisned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany B, 93rd Engineers. He was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 14. 1918. 




liKL.MONDO. ERMEX— .Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joe Belmondo . Entered 
service Sei>t . 22. 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
I. 326 Infantry, 82nd Division. Went 
overseas April 28. 1918. Was wound- 
ed, returned April 19, 1919. and hon- 
orably discharged April 22, 1919 . 




HENTZ, HARRY H.— Born ' 1 , 

1894, Entered service May 2-i. iyl-i. 
He was attached to Base Hospital. Km 
79. Sailed overseas Sept. 15. 1918. 
returned to the United States June 
27, 1919. and was honorably dis- 
charged from Military service July 
2nd. 1919. at Camp Dix. 




l;<i|.|,MiEIMER. CHESTER — Son 
nf Mr. iind Mrs. John Bodenheimer . 
Entered service April 22. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camj) Hancock and at- 
tached to Comjiany E. 110th Infantry. 
28th Division. Went overseas May 3, 
1918. Was wounded. Returned May 
10, 1919, and honorably discharged 
with rank of Corporal . 







BRAZINSKI. MARTIN — Son of Mrs. 
Josephine Brazinski. Entered service 
July 22, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company E, 26th 
Division . Went overseas Aug. 1918, 
for nine months, and honorably dis- 
charged April 17, 1919. 



Hl;<)(iKS, HARRY B.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wilson Brooks . Entered 
service Oct. 6. 1917. Was assigned 
to Columbus, Ohio, later West Point, 
N. Y., and attached to the Medical 
Corps at West Point . He was honor- 
ably discharged March. 1919, with 
rank of Sergeant. 



HKOOKMAX, FLOiD^Snn nf Mr 
J. A. Brookman. Entered service 
April 23, 1917 . Was assigned to 
Camp Hancock and attached to Com- 
pany E, 110th Infantry. 28th Division. 
Went overseas May 2, 1918, and was 
killed by machine gun bullet on July 
29, 1918. 



BROWNING, FRANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Frank Browning. Entered 
service Aug. 29. 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 
Headquarters' Band, 155th Infantry. 
He was honorably discharged March 
3, 1919, with rank of Corporal. 







BUGOSH, GEORGE PAUL. JR.— 
Born Aug. 19. 1893. Son of George 
and Susan Bugost . Entered service 
May 25, 1918. Was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and i)laced with the Medical 
Corps . He sailed for France Sept. 
15. 1918. Returned to the United 
States June 27, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service July 
2nd, 1919. 



BUGOSH, PAUL J — Burn July 5. 
1897. Son of George and Susan Bu- 
gosh. Entered service Oct. 8. 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Greenleaf, 
Ijlaced in the iledical Corps, trans-" 
f erred to General Hospital No. 10, at 
Boston, and was honorably discharged 
from service June 21, 1919. 



BURD. ARTHUR— Sun of Mrs. 
Sarah Burd . P^ntered service July 
5, 1918 . Was assigned to Columbus 
Barracks and attached to Battery C, 
1st Battalion. Field Artillery. Was 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Corporal on Dec, 15, 1918, 



BURROWS. HARRV^Entered ser- 
XTce May 28. 1917. Was assigned to 
Douglas, Ariz., and attached to Bat- 
tery D, 11th Light Artillery. 6th DU 
vision. Went overseas May 14, 1918. 
Slightly gassed, returned June 20, 
1919, and honorably discharged with 
rank of Sergeant. 




BURROWS. JOHN — Entered service 
June 2, 1917. Was assigned to League 
Island and atta<'hed to Company E, 
5th Regiment of the Marine Corps. 
He was lumorably discharged August 
14. 1919, with rank of Sergeant. 





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BYARS, RALPH— Born Sept. 11, 
1894. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Byars. 
Enlisted Aug. 15. 1917. Was sent 
to Fort Riley and attached to the 
Medical Corps. He sailed for France 
Jan. 15. 1918. Was made Sergeant, 
returned to the United States Aug. 
19, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on Aug. 27, 1919. 



BYERS, HARRY — Son of Mrs. H. 
C. Byers. Entered service May 25, 
1918. AVas assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf and attached to Medical Corps of 
Base Hospital No. 79. Went overseas 
Sept. 14, 1918. Returned July 23, 




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BYERS. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. C. Byers. Entered service 
May 25, 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 
Medical Corps. Went overseas Sept. 
14, 1918. Returned June 30, 1919, 



1919, and honorably discharged with and honorably discharged with rank of 
the rank of Sergeant. Corporal. 



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BYRNE. THOMAS— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. J. Byrne. Entered service 
Sept. 1918. Was assigned to Fort 
Slocum and attached to the 1st Or- 
dance Department. He was honor- 
ably discharged March 1919. 






CABLE. FRANK — Son of Mrs. Ra- CABLE. JESSE — Son of Mrs. Ra- CAFFERTY, DOMINICK — Son of 

chel Cable. Entered service and was chel Cable. Entered service May 24, Thomas CafFerty. Eitered service 
assigned to Camp Grant, and attached 1918, and was honorably discharged Aug. 6, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 



to the 182nd Aero Squadron of the May 29, 1918, on account of bad vis- 
Casual Detachment. Went overseas ion. 
May 17, 1918. Returned March 24. 
1919, and honorably discharged April 
9, 1919. 



Wads worth and attached to Company 
M, 56th Pioneer Division. Went over- 
seas Sept. 4. 1918 . Returned June 
22, 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 24. 1919. 




CAFFERTY. JOSEPH — Son df Tims. CAMI.IN. HA i;< )LI '— Sm, n( Mr. 

Cafferty. Entered service March 23, and Mrs. W . J . (aiiilin. Kntered 
1918. Was assigned to Newport and service May 24, 1918. Was assigned 



attached to the Navy with the United 
States Conanicus. Made one trip dur- 
ing Sept. 1918, and honorably dis- 
charged 1919. 



to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
the Meclical Corps of the Base Hos- 
pital . Went overseas Aug. 1, 1918. 
Returned Aug. 26, 1919. and honor- 
ably discharged Sept. 2. 1919. 





i.VMLIX. KOBERT^Snn of Mr. ( AMI'BELL, E. F. — Son of Mrs. 

and Mrs. W. J. Camlin . Entered (.'harles Campbell. Entered service in 

service Sept. 3, 1918. Was assigned Spring of 1917. Was assigned to 

to Camp Greenleaf and attached to the Philadelphia and attached to the Navy 



33rd Company, 9th Battalion. 153 De- 
pot Brigade. Went overseas Nov. 
12, 1918. Returned Feb. 13. 1919. 
and honorablv discharged March 10. 
1919. 



vith the U. S. S. Ohio. Went over- 
seas in Summer of 1917. Returned 
Summer of 1918. and honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 1, 1919. 






CARLIN. TlU.iMAS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Carlin (deceased) 
Entered service May 24. 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Oglethorpe and at- 
tached to Medical Department of Evac- 
uation Hospital 22. Went overseas 
Aug. 29, 1918. Returned June 1919. 
and honorably discharged July 2, 
1919. 



CARLSON, JOHN— Sun of Mr. and 
Mrs. Adrian Carlson. Entered ser- 
vice Sept, 3. 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and attached to Depot 
Brigade 158. He was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 23, 1918. 



CAULO. VITO— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Vincento. Entered service May 
29, 1913. W^as assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company. A 11th Ma 
chine Gun Batallion. Went overseas 
July 25, 1918. Was gassed, returned 
July 29, 1919, and honoralDly dis- 
charged Aug. 5, 1919. 




CLARK. EDWARD — Born Jan. 12. 
1891. Son of Thomas and Rohann 
Clark. Entered service July 22, 
1918, and was sent to Camp Meade; 
He was made Sergeant and was hon- 
orably discharged from the service 
of the United States in April 1919; 




CLARKSON. GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Clarkson. Entered 
service July 23, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. Went overseas May 2. 1918, 
was wounded and gassed, returned 
May 10, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Corporal. 





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COLLINS. M.\TTHEW — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Dan Collins. Entered, ser- 
vice June 26, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company I. 
153 Depot Brigade, 94th Division. 
Went overseas Aug. 21, 1918, re- 
turned March 20, 1919, and honorably 
discharged April 12, 1919. 



COLLIXS, FRED — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Arthur Collins. Entered service 
May 2, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Mills and attached to the 17th Ma- 
chine Gun Company, 6th Division. 
Went overseas July 7, 1918. Re- 
turned July 13, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with the rank of Sergeant. 



COMP, CLYDE — Son of Mr. John 
Comp. Entered service Aug. 6, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Wads- 
worth and attached to the Light Ar- 
tillery. Went overseas Aug. 1918. 
Returned June 1919, and honorably 
discharged the same month. 



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COYTY, PHILLIP — Son of Mr. and CRAMER, ARCHIE LEE — Son of 

Mrs. John Coyty . Entered service Mr . B . F . Cramer . Entered service 

May 5, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Feb. 1918. Was assigned to Colum- 

Greenleaf and attached to the 130th bus Barracks and atta-^hed to the Hos- 

Machine Gun Detachment. Went over- piial Corps, in the operating room, 

seas Sept. 18, 1918. Returned April He was honorably discharged March 

27, 1919, and honorably discharged 20, 1919. 
May 29, 1919. 



CRAMER. JOHN — Son of .Mr. lin^ * |;aI', JOHN J. — Born April 31. 

Mrs. J. Howard Cramer. Entered Inyi. 'S'.m of Joseph and Mary Crap. 

service April 1918. Was assigned to Enlisted Sept. 7, 1917. He was with 

Paris Island and attached to the 137th Company M, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 

Company of the Marine Corps. He vision. Was sent to Camp Hancock 

was honorably discharged June 1919. and honorably discharged from ser- 
vice March 30, 1919. 




CUILLE. ANTONIO— Entered ^^er- 
vice Sei't. 'I'l, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest, and attached to Bat- 
tery A, 320th Field Artillery. 82nd 
Division . Went overseas May 19 




(T'XXINGHAM— Born March 5th. 
lrt,s;(. tjon of William and Ida Band, 
Cunningham, enlisted Sept. 7, 1917. 
with 110th Infantry Band. 28th 
Division. He was sent to Camp 



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CUNNINGHAM, JAMES— Son of Mr. DKLUCA. MICHAEl. — Entered ser- 

John Cunningham, Entered service vice Dec. 6, 1917 . Was assigned to 

June 24, 1916. Was assigned to Columbus, Ohio, and attached to the 

Camp Hancock and attached to the 4th Trench Motor Company, 4th Di- 

102nd Bakery Company. Went over- vision. Went overseas May 22, 1918, 



1918. returned May 9, 1919, and hon- Hancock, sailed overseas in May 1918. seas in Spring 1918. Returned June returned April 20. 1919. and honor 

orably discharged May 11, 1919. returned to the United States in May 27, 1919. and honorably discharged ably discharged May 2, 1919. 

1919, and was honorably discharged July 2, 1919. 

from service later that month. 




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DEilLTER, THEODORE— riun of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Denieter. Entered 
service Feb. 24. 1918. Was assigned 



DESANTIS. ALBERT — Son ol Mr. 
and Mrs. Carmine DeSantis. Entered 
service March 15, 1918 . Was as- 



to Edgewood, Md., Arsenal and Lee. signed to Columbus Barracks and al- 
and was attached to Chemical War- tached to Battalion A, 47th Artillery, 
fare Service. He was honorably dis- Went overseas Oct. 14. 1918. Re- 
charged Feb. 7. 1919. turned Feb. 5, 1919, and honorably 

discharged Feb. 22, 1919. 



IjK.SANTIS. LA1;NLV Sun uf Mr- DESANTIS. PATSY — Entered ser- 

and Mrs. Carmine DeSantis. Entered vice Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned 

service Sept. 26, 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee, and attached to the 

to Camp Lee and attached to Com- Headquarters of 321st Field Artillery, 

pany K, 43rd Infantry. He is still Went overseas June 3, 1918, returned 

in service at Camp Lee. May 5, 1919. and honorably dis- 
charged May 29, 1919. 









DODSON, HAKKV P.— Born -March 
9, 1891. Son of James and Sarah 
Catherine Dodson . Entered service 
Oct. 7. 1918. He was attached to 
the 135th Machine Gun Battalion . 
Sailed overseas, was in a number of 
large battles, returned to the United 
States in the Spring of 1919. and 
was honorably discharged from ser* 
vice April 5, 1919. 



DUKKLKV. ANUJiKW^Kiitered ser- 
vice Aug. 2 7, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 
Headquarters Company . Went over- 
seas Oct. 29, 191H. returned June 13, 
1919. and honorably discharged June 
1919. 



DULL. GERALD A — Son of Elmer 
Dull. Entered service Oct. 3. 1918. 
Was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to the 314th Medical Corps, 
79th Division. Went overseas Oct. 6. 
1918. Returned June 1, 1919. and 
honorablv discharged June 10, 1919. 



DULL. .SAMUEL— >on oi Mr. an(i 
Mrs. Elmer Dull. Entered service 
May 2. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Company H, 
52ud Infantry, 6th Division . Went 
overseas July 5, 1918. Returned 
June 12. 1919. and honorably dis- 
charged June 17. 1919. 



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DURSTINE, CLARENCE — Son of EBURG. "WALTER — Son of Mr. and 

N. W. Durstine. Entered service Mrs. William Eburg. Entered ser- 

Aug. 29, 1918. Was assigned to vice May 1917. Wus assigned to 

Camp Lee and attached to Company Camp Gailard and attached to Com- 

O. 3rd Brigade, Edgewoow Arsenal/ pany A. 15th Engineers. Went over-" 

He was honorably discharged Dec. seas July 1917. Returned April 

19, 1918. 1919, and honorably discharged May, 

1919. 



ECKMAN, JAMES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Eckman . Entered 
service Oct. 14, 1918. Was assigned 
to Carnegie Institute of Technology, 
and attached to the S. A. T. C. He 
was honorably discharged Dec. 17, 
1918. 



ECKMAN, WILFRED — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Eckman. Entered ser- 
vice Feb . 8, 1918 . Was assigned 
to Camp Dodge and attached to the 
163rd Infantry, 19th Division. Was 
honorably discharged March 13, 1919. 







KBKKHAKDT, CHARLES— Sen of 
Mr. and JIrs . Eberhardt . Entered 
service, was assigned to Columbus Bar- 



EICHER. ( liAKLES — .S<3n ..f Mr. 
and Mrs. W. W. Eicher. Entered 
service Sept. 16, 1918. Was assigned 



racks and attached to the Medical to Camp ileigs and attached to the 



Department. He was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 3. 1919. 



Quartermaster Corps. He was honor- 
ably discharged March 1919, with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



Kit Hl.lv, Ivi N>i;Li. .Snii nf Mv. Kii HKR, LAWRENCE— Sun of Mr. 

and Mrs. W. AV. Eicher. Entered ser- and Mrs. George Eicher. Entered 

vice Sept. 20, 1917. Was assigned to service June 26. 1918. Was assigned 

Camp Mcpherson and attached to the to Camp Lee and attached to Company 

Medical Department, ("amp Hospital I), 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 

No. 21 . Went overseas March 25, went overseas August 22, 1918, re- 

1918, returned June 2, 1919, and turned May 11, 1919, and was hon- 

honorably discharged June 12, 1919. orably discharged May 23, 1919. 





ELLENBEKGER. ELIS— S..ii nf Mr. EUTSEV, HARRY— Son of Mr. and 

and Mrs. S. S. Ellenberger. Entered Mrs. Jacob Eutsey. Entered service 



service July 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Mills and attached to the Army . 
He was honorably discharged March 
1919. 



Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
I, 328th Infantry, 82nd Division . 
Went overseas May 16. 1918. Was 
gassed, returned May 22, 1919, and 
honorably discharged May 29, 1919. 



EVANS, JA\—Sni, ni .Ml . .tiid Mrs. FAZENBAKER. WILMER — Son of 

A. O. Evans. Entered service May Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fazenbaker. En- 

25, 1918. Was assigned to Camp tered service Oct. 10, 1917. Was as- 

Greenleaf and attached to the Medical signed to Camp Lee and attached to 

Department of the Base Hospital No. Company B, 319th Infantry, 80th Di- 

79. Went overseas Sept. 13, 1919. vision. Went overseas May 16, 1918. 

Returned June 28, 1D19, and honor- and honorably discharged Jan. 15. 

ably discharged July 2. 1919. 1919. 






FELGAR. JESSE — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Felgar, entered service July 10, 
1917 . Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock and attached to Company E, 



FELGAR, SHERMAN — Son of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Felgar. Entered service 
July 31, 1918. Was assigned to De- 
veno, and attached to Company E, 



110th Infantry, 28th Pivision. Went 212th Infantry, 12th Division of En- 



overseas May 
May 23, 1918. 



191H. 



Returned 



gineers. He was honorably dis 
charged Dec. 16. 1918. 



FINNERTY, EDWARD— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Michael Finnerty . Entered 
service June 24, 1916. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th*Di- 
vision. Went overseas May 2, 1918 . 
Returned May 11, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 23, 1919. 



FINNERTY', MICHAEL— Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Finnerty. En- 
tered service Feb . 12. 1918 . Was 
attached to Company C, 319 th In- 
fantry, 80th Division. Went over- 
seas May 18, 1918 . Returned June 
2. 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 12, 1919. 



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Freil Fiuljorg . Entered service Wept. 
7, 1917 . Was assig:ned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to Company E. 
110th Infantry. 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 3, 1918 . Returned 
May 10, 1919, and honorably dis* 
charged Mny 23, 1919. 



KKKTTS. J. WALTKU-^Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W . I>. Frett.s. Entered 
service April 29, 1918 . Was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company L. 145th Infantry. 37th Di- 
vision . Went overseas June 21, 
1918, returned March 27. 1919, and 
honorably discharged April 10, 1919. 



FRETTS. HARRY— Son of Mr. and FRETTS. PAUL— Son of "Mr. and 

Mrs . W . D , Fretts. Entered ser- Mrs . A . B . Fretts . Entered service 

vice June 1918. Was assigned to April 4. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 

State College and attached to the Lee and attached to Company D, 315 

Ordnance Department. Went over- Machine Gun Battalion and 80th Di- 

seas Sept. 1918 . Returned Jan. 22, vision . Went overseas May 1918 . 

1919. and honorably discharged Feb. Returned May 10, 1919, and honor- 

4, 1919. ably discharged May 18, 1919, with 

the rank of Corporal. 



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GALBRATTH, VAMORH— Sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Galbraith. En- 
tered service Aug , 10. 1917 . Was 
assigned to St. Helena Training Sta- 
tion, and attaclied to the Navy with 
the U. S. S. Hiawatha. He was hon' 
orably released from service Jan. 
1919. 





(iKVKK, (iUAXT— Snii nf .Mr. and 
Mrs. (ieyer. Entered service Oct, 7. 

1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the 1st Motor Cycle 
Company . Went overseas Feb. 28, 

1918 . Returned and honorably dis- 
charged July 23. 1919, with the rank 
of Sergeant. 



1 i i ) N T !■: 1 ; ( I, I ■ i: 1 , 1-; s T I N O — Son of 
Mike (ioiilero . Entered service Aug.. 
6, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Mer- 
ritt and attached to Battery 4th of 
the Artillery. Went overseas Sept. 3, 
1918. Reurned June 28, 1919, and 
honorably discharged July 3, 1919. 




(i(H;i)(i.\, s\-:\\. K [w.i u Dec. 8th, 
1899. Snn of James D, and Eliza- 
beth Gordon. f:nlisted in 1917. Was 
sent to Columlius Barracks and was 
later attached to Coinjiany B, 135th 
Machine Gun Battalion. Sailed over- 
seas in 1917. Was in the Argonne 
and St. Mihiel Avance. Returned 
to the United States in Apfil 1919, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service later that month. 



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GORDON. WILLIAM C— Sun of 
James and Elizabeth liordon. Entered 
service in 1918 . He a wss sent to 
Camp Sherman, attached to tlie 25th 
Training Battalion. Was Bugler of 
tlie Company and honorably discharged 
from service in Dec. 1918. 



GRAFT, CHARLES — Son of Mr. C. 
L. Graft. Entered service Feb. 24, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock, and attached to Company C, 
103 Engineers, 28th Division. Went 
overseas May 18 . Received shell 
wound. Returned May 1, 1919, and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Corporal. 



GRITCHECK, ANDREW — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gritcheck. En- 
tered service May 25, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Base Hospital No. 58 . Went over- 
seas Oct. 24, 1918. Returned April 
27, 1919. and honorably discharged 
May 7, 1919. 



GRUMBLY. JOHN— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Anna Grumbly . Entered ser- 
vice April 29. 1918. Was assigned 
to Edgewood Arsenal, end attached to 
Company A, 1st Battalion, Chemical 
Warfare Service. He was honorably 
discharged Jan , 15, 1919, with rank 
of Corporal. 






GUEST. HARRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ezra Guest . Entered service 
April 18, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the 136th 
Machine Gun. 3Htli Divisioii. M'ent 
overseas May 8, 1918 . lie turned 
April 3, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 10. 1919. 



GUEST. WILLIAM~Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ezra Guest . Entered service 
April 16, 1917, and was attached to 
the 7th Field Artillery. 1st Division. 
Went overseas Nov. 12. 1917. Re- 
turned Feb. 2*!, 1919, and honorably 
discharged March 4, 1919. 



GENARD, ANDREW G,— Born July 
17. 1898. Son of Frimk and Angeline 
Genard . Enlisted May 7, 1918, in 
the Marine Corps. Ho was stationed 
at Paris Island and was honorably 
discharged from servi ;e August 30th, 
1919. 



HALEY, FRANK — ^on of Mrs. John 
Haley. Entered service May 24. 1918. 
Was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 
attached to the 1st Development Bat- 
talion. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 3, 1918. 



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HAMILTON, WILBER — Son of Mr. HARPER, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 

and Mrs. Howard Harailton. Entered Mrs. J, E. Harper. Entered service 
service July 18, 1917. Was assigned Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 



HARPER. WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. E. Harper. Entered 



HARRINGTON. GEORGE — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrington. En- 



service April 24, 1917. Was assigned tered service Nov. 3, 1918. Was as- 



to Camp Hancock and attached to the Lee and attached to Company I, 328th to Columtus Barracks and attached signed to Camp Vail and attached to 



Headquarter Company, 110th Infantry, Infantry. 82nd Division. Was honor- 

28th Division . Went overseas May ably discharged Jan. 31, 1919, with 

1917, and was killed in action July rank of Sergeant. 
30, 1918. 



to the Battery A, Coast Artillery, 54th 

Infantry . Went overseas March 15, 

1918. Returned March 12, 1919, and charged Jan. 6, 1919, 

honorably discharged the same month. 



the Company G, 12th Battalion of the 
Signal Corps. He was honorably dis- 





HA\VTHORNE. WII.LIAM — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ilawthorne. En- 
tered service March 14. 1918. Was 
assigned to Kelley Field, Texas, and 
attached to the No. 12 Aero Squadron. 
Went overseas May 25. 1918. Re- 
turned June 16, 1919, and honorably 
discharged June 28, 1919, with rank discharged July 2. 1919. 
of Corporal. 



HAYS, (■1,AU!';.\(1'; Son ui .Mr. ami 
Mrs. Martin Hays. Entered service 
May 24, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps of Base Hospital No. 58. 
Went overseas Aug. 29. 1918. Re- 
turned June 25, 1919, and honorably 



IIKI.IXSKI, I'ln.lX- Sn,i .,( Mr. 
and -Mrs. J dim Helinski . Eniered 
service Au^. 7, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Wads worth and attached to 
the 6th Engineer Band. 3rd Division. 
Went overseas Sept. 23. 1918. Re- 
turned Aug. 25, 1919, and honorably 
discharged Aug. 29, 1919. 



Hi:X[iKICKS. JOHN— Son of Mrs. 
George Hendricks . Entered service 
Nov. 12. 1914. Was assigned to Camp 
Douglas and attached to Troop F, 15th 
Cavalry. Went overseas Feb. 1917. 
Returned June 18, 1919. Holds rank 
of Sergeant, and is still in service. 





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HICE. RICHARD — Son of Mr. Jos- 
eph Hice. Entered service Sept. 23, 
1917 . Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the Provost Guard 
Company. He was honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 21, 1919. 



iUCKEY. JOSEPH — Son of Mr, and 
Mrs. Patrick Hickey. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 1917 . Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
A, 313th Machine Gun Battalion, 80th 
Division. Went overseas March 1918, 
was wounded, returned Jan. 25, 1919, 
holds the rank of Corporal and is still 
in service in the hospital on account 
of wounds 




HlCKr:V. l'ATi;H_K- s.^n "{ .Mr. 
Patrick Hickey. Entered service April 
13, 1917. Was assigned to Syracuse, 
N. Y., and attached to the Battery E, 
15th Infantry, 2nd Division. Went 
overseas Dec . 12, 1917 . Returned 
Aug. 4, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Sergeant. 




HILL. ALBERT — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Andrew Hill. Entered service 
Feb. 12, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company C, 
319th Infantry. 80th Division. W-ent 
overseas May 16, 1917. Was wounded, 
returned Feb. 4, 1919, and honorably 
discharged June 14, 1919. 




HILL, JOHN — Entered service Aug. 
23. 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company D. 28th In- 
fant r v. 1st Division. Went overseas 
in Fa'll 1918, returned Aug. 20, 1919. 
and honorably discharged Sept. 1919. 




HILL. ROSS — Son of Mr. Ross Hill. 
Entered service Oct. 30. 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached 
to the 506th Engineers. Went over- 
seas Jan. 4. 1918. Returned June 2, 
1919. and honorably discharged June 
5, 1919. He was personel Clerk. 





HILTON. WILLIAJI — Suu of Jud- 
son Hilton. Entered service April 15, 
1916 . Was assigned to Columbus. 
Ohio, and attached to Battery A. 66th 
Field Artillerv. Went overseas Aug. 
1, 1917. Returned March 1919, and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Sergeant. 



HORNE. HARRY — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas Home. Entered ser- 
vice May 10, 1918. AVas assigned to 
Fort Thomas and attached to the 
Headquarters Company, 54th Infantry. 
6th Division. Went overseas July 5. 
1918. Returned June 10. 1919, and 
honorably discharged June 18, 1919. 



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IIURNE, JAMES— Son of Mr. au<l 
ilrs. Thomas Horue. Entered service 
July 23. 1918. Was ai-signed to Camp 



IlUnSOX, EMMET— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . William Hudson . Entered ser- 
vice July 30, 1916. Was assigned to 



Lee and attached to Company E, 28ti) Fort Sloeum, and attached to the 26th 
Infantry, 1st Division. Went over- Infantry, 1st Division. Went over- 
seas Sept. 15, 1918. Returned Sept. seas June 14, 1917, was gassed and 
3, 1919, and honorably discharged is still in service in France. 
discharged Sept. 26, 1919. 





IIUUGH. IRA — Son of Mrs. Ida 
Pfoutz . Entered service Jan. 1918 . 
Was assigned to Newport and attached 
to the Navy. He was honorably dis' 
charged June 11, 1919. 



HOUGH, WALTER— Son of Mrs. 
Ida Pfoutz. Entered service May 24, 

1918. Was assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf and attached to the Medical 
Corp.s, Base Hospital No. 58. He 
was honorably discharged June 21, 

1919, with rank of First-class Cook. 







HUDZEMA. JOHN' — Son of Mr. and 



HUMPHRIES. HARRY — Son of Mr. 



HURST. JAMES — Son of Mrs. Olive 



IKGLIS, DAVID R.^ — Son of Mr 



Mrs. Andrew Hudzema. Entered ser- and Mrs. Albert Humphries. Entered Hurst. Entered service Nov. 27. 1917, David E. Inglis. Entered service Dec 
vice April 9, 1918. Was assigned to service May 8, 1917. Was assigned was assigned to Fort Dupont and at-j 17, 1918. Was assigned to the Sea 



the Barracks at Cape May and at- to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
tached to the Naval Reserve. Went pany F, 112th Infantry. Went over- 
overseas Aug. 3, 1918. Returned seas May 4, 1918. Was wounded 
Dec. 12, 1918, and honorably dis- by Machine Gun Bullet Sept. 27, 1918, 
charged Feb. 14. 1919. and died Sept. 29, 1918. 



tached to the Trench Artillery. Went men Branch and attached to the U 

overseas June 1918, returned April S. S. Von Steuben. He was honor 

29, 1919, and honorably discharged ably discharged Nov. 3, 1919. 
May 1, 1919. 




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JOHNSON, WILLIAM — Son of Mrs. KANE, EUGENE 0. — Son of Mr. KEISTER. ALBERT — Son of Mr. KELLEY. EDGAR — Son of Mr. and 

Eliza Johnson. Entered service Oct. and Mrs. Owen Kane. Entered ser- and Mrs. Albert Keister. Entered Mrs. W. C. Kelley. Entered ser- 

31, 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee vice April 1917. Was assigned ta service April 25, 1918. Was assigned vice May 1917. Was assigned to 

and attached to Company C, 511th Camp Holabird. Was assigned to to the United States Naval Reserve. Columbus, and attached to the 29th 

Infantry. He was honorably dis- 306th Quartermaster Department. He Went overseas May 20, 1918. Re- Aero Squadron. Went overseas July 

charged May 2, 1919. was honorably discharged with rank turned Jan. 17, 1919, and honorably 1917. Returned July 1919, and hon| 

of Sergeant April 25, 1919. discharged with rank of Ensign. orably discharged with rank of Cor- 
poral. 






KENNEL. CLARENCE — Son of Mrs. KETO, CHARLES — Son of Mr. and 

James Longanechir. Entered service Mrs. John Keto. Entered service 

May 5, 1917. Was assigned to Forti April 28, 1918. Was assigned to 

Benjamin Harrison and attached to Camp Lee and attached to the Embar- 

the Coast Artillery. Went overseas kation Hospital. He was honorably 

Went overseas July 7, 1918, returned Oct. 1918. Returned March. 1919, discharged July 28. 1919. 

June 11. 1919. and honorably dis- and honorably discharged with rank 

charged June 18, 1919. of First Lieutenant. 



KENNELL. BRYAN' — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. H. F. Kennell. Entered 
service May 21. 191S. Was assigned) 
to Camp Merritt and attached to Com- 
pany C, 17lh Machine Gun Battalion 



KILLINGER. LOUIS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Killinger. Entered 
service April 4th. 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company F, 320th Infantry. Went 
overseas May 1918, held the rank of 
Corporal and was killed in action. 



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KING, CHARLES — Son of Mrs. A. KESTNER, CHARLES — Son of Mr. 

H. Boyd. Entered service August 6, and ■ Mrs. Charles Kestner. Entered 



1918. . Was assigned to Camp Wads* 
worth and attached to Company I, 
55th Pioneer Infantry and 27th Di-» 
vision. Went overseas Sept. 1918. 
Returned July 15, 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged July 23. 1919. 



service May 25, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf aijd' attached to 
the Base Hospital, Headquarters' Com- 
pany. He was honorably discharged 
July 24, 1919. 



KESTNER, WILLIAM— Son of Mr. KING. JOHN— Son of Mrs. Ions 

and Mrs. Charles Kestner. Entered King. Entered service Sept. 5, 1918, 

service May 25, 1918. Was assigned was assigned to Camp Greenleaf and 

to Camp Greenleaf and attached to attached to the 120th Medical Corps, 

the Base Hospital No. 58. Went over- Went overseas Oct. 7, 1918. Returned 

seas Aug. 23, 1918. Returned May July 9, 1919, and honorably dis- 

1, 1919, and honorably dischargeii charged with rank of Corporal. 
June 11, 1919. 



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KIXi;. .SAMUEL — Son of Mrs. A. KING. WALTER — Son of Mrs. A. 
H. Boyd. Entered service Sept. 30. H. Boyd. Entered service Sept. 29. 
1918, Was assigned to Camp Green- 3 918, and was assigneil to St. Waynes- 
leaf and attached to the Medical burg College. He was honorably dis- 
Corps. He was honorably discharged charged Feb. 1919. 
March 1919. 



KNH)PSNIl)EK, (JKnKi;!: — Sun uf 
Mr . and Mrs. George Knopsnidfr . 
Entered service August 29, 191H . 
Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to the 12th Company, 3rd 
Training Battalion. He was honor- 
ably discharged May 17. 1919. 



!v.\i'i'.--MIiER. WARDEN— Son of 
Mrs. Susanna Knop^nider . Entered 
service June 26, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 
309th M. T. C. Went overseas Sept. 
16. 1918. Returned July 26, 1919. 
and honorably discharged Aug. 2. 
1919, with rank of CorporaL 



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KRITSCHGAX, HAKuLD — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Kritschgan . En- 
tered service in 1918 
service . 



KROMER, CHARLES— Son of Mr KUBlCK. J^fHN — Son of Mr. and KUBICK. AVALTER — S..ii ..f Mr. 

and Mrs. Harry Kromer. Entered Mrs. Joseph Kubick . Entered ser- and Mrs. Joseph Kubick. Entered 

He is still in service Dec. 28, 1917. Was assigned vice Feb. 14. 1918. Was assigned to service April 28, 1918 Was assigned 

to Philadelphia, and attached to thft Camp Green and attached to the Head- to Camp Lee and attached to Company 

Navy. He was honorably discharged quarters Company, 47th Infantry, 4tlB D. 146th Infantry, 37th Division. 

August 5, 1919. Division. Went overseas May 1918. Went overseas May 1918. Returned 

Received wounds, returned August 29, March 8, 1919, and honorably dis- 

1919, and is still in service. charged April 9, 191D. 







LEONE, GUIDO — Sr-n of Mrs. Ma- 
rie Leone . Entered service May 24, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf and attached to the Medical Corps 
of Base Hospital No. 5. Went over- 
seas July 29, 1918, returned March 
24 1919, and honorably discharged 
April 9, 1919. 



LEWELLYN. CHARLES— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewellyn. En- 
tered service Feb. 24. 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached 
to Headquarters, 317th Infantry, 80th 
Division . Went overseas May 25, 
1918. Returned June 1, 1919, and 
honorably discharged June 12, 1919. 



LIVENGOOD, KARL HAYDEN— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs . A . S . Liven- 
good. Entered service Feb. 23, 1918. 
Was assigned to Camp Lee and at' 
tached to Company I, 146th Infantry, 
37th Division. Went overseas June 
11, 1918. Was wounded Oct. 31, 
1918, and died Nov. 1. 1918. 



LESSIG, GEORGE — Son of Mr. 
William Lessig. P-ntered service May 
2, 1917. Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock and attached to the 109th Field 
Hospital, 28th Division. Went over- 
seas May 19, 1918. Returned May 
9, 1919, and honorably discharged 
May 21, 1919. 



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LONG, J. WILBERT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Samuel Long. Entered 
service in Winter of 1917. Was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock and attached 
to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division . Went overseas in Svimmer 
1919 . Was wounded and seriously 
gassed. Returned Mby 5, 1919, and 
honorably discharged May 11. 1919. 






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LOCKARD, WALTER — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Lockard . Entered 
service Feb. 25, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to the 
Headquarters Company, 112th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. Went overseas 
May 7, 1918, returned May 1919. and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Sergeant. 




LOVE, MAHLON — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. David Love. Entered service 
August 6, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Wads worth and attached to 
Company E; 23rd Infantry, 2nd Di- 
vision. Went overseas Sept. 23, 1918. 
Returned April 18, J 919, and honor- 
ably discharged with rank of Sergeant. 




LOVE, ROBERT — Son of Mr. Rich- 
ard Love. Entered service April 9, 
1917, Was assigned to Newport and 
attached to the Navy with U. S. S. 
New Jersey. He was honorably dis- 
charged July 8, 1919. 






LOWE, EDGAR W. — Son of Mr. 
S. A. Lowe. Entered service Oct. 
1 1. 1917 . Was assif^nod to Officers' 
Training Camp, Fort Wright, Kelly s 
Field, Texas, and attached to the 
Medical Department. He was honor- 
ably discharged Dee . 1, 1918, with 
rank of Second Lieutenant. 



LOWMAN, CLYDE— Son of Mrs. 
Anna Lowman . Entered service Mar. 
5, 1918 . Was assigned to Camp 
Green and attached to the 59th Ma 
chine Gun Company, 4th Division. 
Went overseas May 7, 1918. Returned 
August 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Cook . 



LOYS. HENRY — Son of Mrs. Eliza 
beth Loys. Entered service Sept. 19, 
1917 . Was assigned to Camp Sher- 
man and attached to :lie 10th Brigade 
Headquarters, 5tli Division . Went 
overseas was wounded, returned July 
22, 1919. and honorably discharged 
July 30, 1919. 



LUCIA. MICHAEL — Son 'of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Lucia. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
B, 319th Infantry, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 10. 1918. Was 
wounded, returned March 7, 1919. and 
honorably discharged with rank of 
Corporal. 








LUPO, JOSKPH--3on of Mr. and 
Mrs. Andrew Lupo (deceased). En- 
tered service May 8, ^ 917 . Was as- 



LUPO, STANLKY^Entered service McCLOY. ERNESI'— Son nf Mr. Mrri.oY, HARLAND — Sun of Mr. 

April 1917. Was assigned to New and Mrs. Ewing M'^Cloy. Entered and Mrs. Ewing Mi-Cloy. Entered 
Jersey and attached to the 85th Aerc service June 30. 1918. Was assigned service July 6, 1918. Was assigned 



signed to the Great Lakes and at- Squadron. Went overseas Feb. 26, to Central Oflficers' Training School, to Columbus and attached to the Coasp 

tached to the Navy with U. S. Shaw- 1918. Was gassed, returned June Camp Lee, and attached to the Infan-* Artillery, 7th Division. He was hon- 

nut. Crossed the ocean three times, 22, 1919, and is still in service. try. He was honorably discharged in orably discharged Dec. 30, 1918, with 

and was honorably discharged Aug 8, Summer, 1919. rank of Corporal. 
1919. 






McGIFFEN, ROBERT— Entered ser- M.(iIYKKN, EDWARD — Son of 
viec May 25, 1918. Was assigned to Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGivern. En- 
Camp <ireenleaf and ettached to the lered service March 7. 1918. Was 
Medical Corps, of Base Hospital 61. assigned to Camji McArthur and at- 
Went overseas August 2. 1916. Re tached to the 110th Aero Squadron. 
turned May 1, 1919, and honorably He was honorably discharged with 
discharged June 7. 1919. rank of Sergeant. March 1919. 



McGlVKKN. MICHAEL — -Sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward AIcGivern. En* 
lered .service March IC, 1918. Was 
assigned to Kellys Field, and attached 






MoILVAIX. MAKICK — Son of Mr. 
Joseph McIIvaine. Entered service 
Oct. 26. 1918. Was assigned to In- 
ternational Y. M. C. A. College ami 



to the 29th Aero Squmlron. He was attached to the S. A. T. C. He was 
honorably discharged April In, 1919. honorably discharged Dec. 10, 1918. 



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McNALLY, FRANK — Son of Mrs. 
Kathryn McNally . Entered service 
Sept. 3, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest, and attached to the 10th En- 
gineers. He was honorably discharged 
Dec. 21, 1919. 




MACUGA, JOHN — Born July 19, 
1890. Son of John and Mary Macuga. 
Enlisted March 26, 1J18. Was senft 
to camp and attached to Battery E, 
46th Coast Artillery Corps . Later 
transferred to the 153rd Depot Bri- 
gade , He sailed overseas in Oct^ 
1918. Was given the rank of Ser-« 
geant. Returned to the United States 
Feb. 12, 1919 and was honorably dia-* 
charged from service Feb. 18, 1919. 




MAGLIERI, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. M. Maglieri. Entered service 
Feb . 12, 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the Head- 
quarters Co., 320th Infantry, 80th 
Division. Went overseas May 18, 
1918. Returned May 30, 1919, and 
honorably discharged June 7, 1919. 




MAGLIERI. VINCliNT — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Michael Maglieri, Entered 
service Sept. 12, 1913. Was assigned 
to Great Lakes and attached to the 
Navy with U. S. S. Kaiserina. Was 
honorably discharged Sept. 10, 1919. 




MALOY, RAYMOND — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. P. J. Maloy. Entered ser- 
vice July 15, 1917 Was assigned to 
Camp Hancock and attached to the 
110th Machine Gun Detachment, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 5, 1918. 
Held rank of Corporal. Killed by high 
explosive July 15, 1918. 




MAMALA, STANLEY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Mamala. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Green and attached to Company 
L, 7th Infantry, 3rd Division Went 
overseas April 6, 1918. Returned Aug. 
26. 1919, and honorably discharged 
Aug. 28, 1919. 









MATUS, MARTIN--Son of Martin 
and Mary Matus Donnely. Entered 



MARTINELLO, JOHN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs, Lugi Martinello. Entered 



service April 21, 1918, Was sent tu service Dec, 1, 1917. Was assigned 



Camp Sherman and placed with Bat- 
tery A, 323rd Field Artillery. He 
sailed overseas in May 1918. Returned 
in May 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged June 7, 1919. 



to Norfolk and attacneJ to the. Navy 
with U. S. S. Brant. He is still in 
the service. 





MIGROCK, MARTIN — Born Aug. 
22, 1890. Son of John and Verona 
Migrock, Entered service Sept. 1, 
1917. Was attached to 60th Infantry. 
5th Division at Camp Green. Sailed 
Apri 16, 1918, Was gassed, returned 
to United States May 9, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged May 11, 
1919. 





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MEYERS, LLOYD — Son of John 
and Amanda Meyers. Entered service 
in Sept. 1917. Was sent to Fort 
Sheridan and attached to Company B, 
135th Machine Gun Company. Sailed 
overseas in June 1918. Was gassed, 
returned to the United States March 
30, 1919, and honorably discharged 
April 1919. 



MICOZZI, MARCANTONI — Son of 
Mrs. Cecilia Micozzi. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 21, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company L, 
326th Infantry, 82nd Div. Went over- 
seas Mar. 1918. relurned Feb. 20, 
1919, and honorably discharged Feb. 
28, 1919. 



MIGHT, RALPH — Son of S. H. 
Might. Entered service Oct. 12, 1918. 
Was assigned to Franklin Marshall 
College, and attached to the S. A. T. 
C. He was honorably discharged 
Dec, 12, 1918. 







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MILLEN, JOHN—Son of Rev. H. 
W. Millen, Entered service Sept. 9j 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company E, 320th Infan- 
try. Went overseas May 18, 1918. 
Returned July 13, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged with rank of Second 
Lieutenant 



MILLKK, CLYDE— bon of Marslialt 
Miller. Entered service Oct. 6, 1917. 
was assigned to Camj) Lee and at- 
tached to the 120th Infantry, 30th 
Div. Went overseas May 17, 1918. 
Returned April 11, 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged April 18, 1919. 



^MILLER, FRANCIS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. L. A. Miller. Entered ser- 
vise July 29, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and attached to Com- 
pany E, 213th Engineers, later 13th 
Svc. Co. Signal Corps. He was hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 28, 1919. 



MILLER, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Miller. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 21, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to the 
Medical Detachment. 8th Field Ar- 
tillery. Went overseas Oct. 6. 1918. 
Returned June 20, 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged June 27, 1919. 



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MILLER, NEILSOX— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John S. Miller. Entered ser- 




MILLKR, KAY— f?. .11 of JIarsliall 
Miller. Entered service Oct. 1, 1917. 



vice Oct. 7, 1917 . Was assigned to Was assigned to Gettysburg and at- 



Camp Lee and attached to Company H, 
35th Engineers. Went overseas Janu- 
ary 24, 1918. Returned May 29. 
1919, and honorably discharged with 
rank of Sergeant. 



tiiched to the 61st Machine Gun, 5th 

Division. Went overseas April 19] 8, 

and was killed in pction Sept. 16, 
1918. 




MILLER, ROBERT— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John H. Miller. Entered service 
April 20, 1918. Was assigned to 
Columbus Barracks and attached to 
the Army. He was honorably dis 
charged Feb. 1919. 




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MILLER, WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John S, Miller. Entered ser- 
vice July 9, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Carnegie, and appointed to O. 
F. 0. Camp Lee. He was honorably 
discharged Nov. 23, 1919. 





MONTGOMERY, TUOMAS— Son of MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM — Son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery. En- of Mrs. Dora Montgomery. Entered 
tered service June li. 1918. Was service May 28, 1918. Was assigned 
assigned to Great Lakes and attached to Fort Howard and attached to Bat- 
to the Navy with U. S. S, Laka tery 52nd, Coast Artillery. Went over- 
Tulare. Went overseas Aug. 30, 1918. seas Oct. 24, 1918. Returned Jan. 
Returned August 31, 1919, and honor- 1919, and honorably discharged the 
ably discharged Sept. 16, 1919. same month. 





MORROW. RAYMOND — Entered MURPHY. CHARLES — Son of Mr8. 

service Sept. 19, 1918. Was assigned Philip McCabe. Enteied service June 
to Camp Cappee. and attached to the 16, 1916. Was assigned to Camp 
Lehigh University. He was honorably Hancock and attached to the Head-, 
discharged Dec. 17, 1918. quarters Company, 110th Infantry, 

28th Division. Went overseas May 
25, 1918. Was gassed and wounded, 
returned July 1, 1919, and honorably 
discharged. 








MURPHY. JAMES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. P. Murphy. Entered 
service August 28, 1918. Was as 
signed to Camp Lee iviid attached to 
the Construction Q. M. Department. 
He was honorably discharged Feb. 4, 
1919. 



NEWINGHAM. FANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. E. Newiugham. Entered 
service May 24, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
Base Hospital No. 61. Went overseas 
Aug. 22, 1918. Returned April 19, 
1919, and honorably discharged. 



NEWTON, THOMAS— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. M.J. Newton Entered ser- 
vice April 19, 1917 . Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision. Went overseas May 2, 1918, 
returned May 11, 1919. and honorahly 
discharged with rank of Cook. 



O'DONNELL, WILLIAM — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell. En* 
tered service Sept. 4, 1918, was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company M, 147 th Engineers. He 
was honorably discharged Dec. 15, 
1918. 







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O'DONNELL, VINCENT — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell. En- 
tered service Sept. 9, 1917. Was as- 
signed to Fort Slocum and attached 
, to Company D, 5th Infantry. Was 
honorably discharged June 9, 1919. 
with rank of Corporal. 



O'DONNELL, THOMAS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell. Enlisted 
Aug. 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to the llOtH 
Machine Gun Company. 28th Division) 
Went overseas May 3, 1918^ Was 
wounded, returned May 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged with the rank of 
Sergeant. 



O'DONNELL, JOSEPH — Son of Mr 
and Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell. Entered 
service April 26. 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Houston, and attached to the 
Master Engineers. Went overseas 
July 1917. Returned Sept. 26. 1919. 
and honorably discharged with rank 
of Sergeant. 



O'HARA, JAMES — Son of Mrs. P. 
J. O'Hara. Entered service Jan. 10, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Huston 
and attached to the 38th Heavy Ar- 
tillery. He was honorably discharged 
Feb. 3, 1919. 



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O'HAHA, JOSEPH — Son of Mrs. P. 
J. O'Hara. Entered service Aug. 29, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company G, 5th Battalion. 
80th Div. He was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 13, 1918. as Sergeant. 





II HAKA, l'i;'Ii:ii— Son of Mrs. P. 
J. O'Hara. Entered service Oct. 7, 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company 9, 313th 
Machine Gun. 80th Division. Went 
overseas May IS, 1918. was slightly 
gassed, returned June 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged June 12, 1919. 



OLINGER. WILLLVM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Samuel Opiinger. Entered 
service Oct. 7, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the Sig- 
nal Corps. 8th Div. Went overseas 
May 24. 1918. Returned May 30, 
1919. and honorably discharged June 
9, 1919. 



OJCZENASZ, JOHN — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Ojczenasz. Entered service Apr. 
4, 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company G. 320th 
Infantry. Went overseas May 17, 
1917. Was wounded, returned Jan. 
1919, and honorably discharged Feb. 
24, 1919. 





OKISH, AXTHONV— Snn ..f Mr. o'TnoLK, TKRKACK — >>>ii ut Mr 
and Mrs. Anthony Orish. Entered ser and Mrs. Bryan O'TooIe. Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 5, 1918. Was assigned to vice June 26. 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attacaed to the 19th Camp Lee and attached to Company B, 
Engineers. He was honorably dis- 1.55th Depot Brigade. He was honor- 
charged April 1919. ably discharged Mrch '21, 1919. 




n\KRiHiLT. RAYMOND — Entered OWENS. rLAlCLNi K — Sen of Mr. 

service July 1, 1918. Was assigned and Mrs. J. P- Owens, Entered ser- 
to the Air Plane Mechanic School and vice May 22. 1918. Was assigned to 

attached to Company H. 3rd Infantry. Camp Holibird and attached to the 

He was honorablv discharged January Quartermaster Department of the 

1919 . ' 306th Motor Transport Corps. He 

was honorably discharged April 21, 

1919. 







- PAPADOPULOS, PETER — Son of 
Mr. .and Mrs. K. Papadopulos. En- 
tered service Sept. 22. 1917. WaS 
• assigned to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company M, 327th Infantry, 82nd Di- 
vision; Went overseas April 13. 191B. 
Was wounded, returned March 26, 
1919. and honorably discharged May 
2, 1919. 



PEARCE, HAUKY— Entered service 
May 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Base Hos- 
pital 61. Was overseas seven months 
and honorably discharged April 1919. 



PERCY, WILLLVM — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Percy. Entered service 
April 4, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the 320th Ma- 
chine Gun Battalion, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 18. was wounded, 
returned May 1, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 5, 1919. 



PERRY. CLAYTON — Son of F. P. 
Perry. Entered service Sept. 1918. 
Was assigned to Baltimore College 
and attached to the Medical Depart- 
ment, Reserve. He was honorably dis-" 
charged Dec. 15, 1918. 





PERRY', - EUGENE— Son of F. V. 
Perry. -Entered service Sept. 9, 191T, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 
tached to Company E, 320th Infantry, 
80th, Div. Went overseas May 17, 
1918, was gassed and wounded, re- 
turned Dec. 24, 1913, and honorably 
discharged with rank of Sergeant on 
March 1919. 



PINCH, PERCY — Entered service 
April 4, 1918. Was -issigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company C, 320th 
Infantry, 80 th Div. Went overseas 
May 18, 1918, was wounded, returned 
May 30, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged with rank of Sergeant. 




PLONA. ANTONY' — Son of Mrs. 
Kristna Plona. Entered service Oct. 
6. 1917. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company B. 319th 
Infantry, 80th Div. Went overseas 
May 17, 1918. Returned June 2, 
1919, and honorably discharged June 
17. 1919. 




PORTERFIELD. JOHN — Son of Mr. 
H. D. Porterfield. Entered service 
May 2, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Company H, 
52nd Infantry, 6th Division. Wenk 
overseas July 5, 1918. Returned June 
12. 1919. and honorably discharged 
June 17, 1919. 



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PRUZINSKY. GREGORY.— Son oi QUIXN. JAMES — Son of Mr. Quinn. 



Mrs., Black. Entered service July Entered service May 29. 1918 



Was 



1918. Was assigned to Camp For- 
rest and attached to the 132nd En- 
gineers. Went overseas Nov. 1918 . 
Returned July 12, 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged July 1919. 



assigned to Camp Lee and attached to 
the 14th Company. 153 Depot Brigade 
Went overseas August 14, 1918. Was 



QUINN. PATRICK — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Quinn. Entered service May 29, 



RAKAS. JOHN — Son of Mr. George 
Rakas. Entered service July 25, 1918. 



Was assigned to Camp Lee Was assigned to Camp Sherman and 



and attached to the 18th Company, 
155th Dei)nt Brigade. Went overseas 



wounded, returned Jan. 1919, and Aug. 14, 1918. Returned May, 1919, 



honorably discharged July 7, 1919. 



and honorably discharged May 25, 
1919. 



attached to the First Comi)any. Train- 
ing Battalion. He was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 14. 1919. 







RKIl'. (iKoIUJE— Son of Jlr, an<l KENDIXK. LORENZO — Sou nf Mrs. HIXE.S. FKANK^Suii uf Mr. and RICE. .lOHX— Sr.n uf Mrs E. J. 

Mrs. Charles Reid. Entered service Mary Kendine. Entered service July Mrs. W. W. HIXES. Entered ser- Rice. Entered service Dec. 17. 1917. 

May 7, 1917. Was assigned to Co- 29, 1918. Was assigned to Camp For- vice May 25, 1918. Was assigned to Was assigned to the Navy with U. S. 

lumbus Barracks and attached to the rest and attached (o Company A, Camp Greenleaf and attached to the S. Mt. Vernon. Went overseas Mch. 

29th Aerial Squadron. Went overseas 122nd Infantry, 2nd Division. Went Medical Corps of Base Hospital 58. 

July 18, 1917. Returned and honor- overseas Aug. 29, 1918. Returned Went overseas August 23. 1918. Re- 

ably discharged June 4. 1919. July 28, 1919, and lionorably dis- turned Ai)ril 29, 1919, and honorably 

charged August 18, 1910, with rank discharged May 7. 1919. 
of Cook. 



1, 1918. Returned Sept. 18, 1919, and 
honorably discharged Sept. 20, 1919. 




RIDGEWAY, Alif 






-Son of Mr. 



RI(;(tEX. WALTER— Son of Mrs. 



KITTKXHOrSE. SAMUEL — Son of ROSATI. PASQITALE — Son of Mr. 



and Mrs. Ridgeway. Entered service Martha Riggin. Entered service Sept. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rittenhouse. and Mrs. Donato Rosati. Entered ser- 
July 16. 1917. Was assigned to Camp 3, 1918. Was assigned to Camp For- Entered service Sept. 23, 1917. Was vice April 28, 1918. Was assigned 
Hancock and attached to the 110th rest and attached to the 10th Casual assigned to Camp Lee and attached to to Camp Lee and attached to Corn- 



Band, 28th Division. Went overseas Co. He was honorably discharged 
May 3. 1918. Returned May 11, 1919, Dec. 12, 1918. 
and honorablv discharged May 23, 
1919. 



the 328th Headquarters Co. Went pany M. 348th Machine Gun Battalion, 
overseas May 1. 1918. Was slightly 37th Div. Went overseas June 9, 
gassed and shell shocked. Returned 1918. was wounded, returned Jan. 10, 
May 21, 1919, and is still in service. 1919, and honorably discharged Feb. 

1. 1919. 





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KUS.SELL, JOHN — Eutereil servioa 



KUTII, PEAKL— Sun uf Mr. and 



and Catherine Ruscoe. Entered ser- and Catherine Ross. Entered service July 1917. Was assigned to Camp Mrs. Arthur Ruth. Entered service 

vice Oct. 7, 1917. He was assigned Sept. 3, 1918. He was sent to Camp Hancock and attached to the 110th Sept 3, 1918. Was .assigned to Camp 

to Camp Lee. Attached to Company Forrest, attached to a Casual Company. Supply Company. He was honorably Forrest and attached to Company A, 

A, Provost Guards, and was honorably and was honorably discharged from discharged Nov. 19, 1917, on account 124th Engineers. He was honorably 

discharged from the service of the service Dec. 29, 1918. of disability. discharged Dec. 24, 1918. 
United States Aug. 29, 1919. 



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RUTHERFORD. EDWARD — Son of SAGER. GEORGE — Son of Mr. and SAYLOR EDWARD — Son of Mr. SCHAFFER, CLIFFORD — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutherford. En- Mrs George Sager. Entered service Lenn Saylor. Entered service May Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Schaffer. En- 
tered service Aug. 16, 1917. Was as- Sept. 7, 1918. Was assigned to Fris- 29, 1918. Was assigned to Columbus tered service Oct. 8, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Philadeliphia and attached co, Cal., and attached to the Navy vpith and attached to the 320th Supply De- signed to Camp Speedway and attached 
to the Navy with the Minneapolis. He the U. S. S. Orion. He is still in pot Brigade. Went overseas Aug. 14. to the 812th Aero Squadron. He was 
is still in the service. the service. 1918. Returned August 30, 1919, and honorably discharged Jan. 20, 1919. 

honorably discharged Sept. 10. 1919. 










SCHURG, ELMER — Son of Mrs. SCHURG, JOHN — Son of Mrs. Julia SEXSI, GIOCONDO— Son of Mr. 

Julia Saylor. Entered service April Saylor. Enereil service May 24, 1918. and Mrs. Carlo Sensi. Entered ser- 

4, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lea was assigned to Camp Grecnleaf and vice April 4, 1918. AVas assigned to 

and attached to Company B, 319th attached to Base Hospital 59. Went Camp Lee and attached to Company 

,,__. __,.. Infantry, 80th Div. Went overseas overseas Sept. 8, 1918. Returned H, 145th Infantry, 37th Div. Went 

25, 1918. Returned April 3, 1919, May 18, 1918. Returned June 2, 1919, June 27, 1919, and honorably dis- overseas June 15, 1918. Returned 

and honorably discharged with rank and honorably dischargd June 12, charged July 2, 1919. March 27, 1919, and honorably dis- 

of Sergeant. 1919. charged April 10. 1919. 



SCHAFFER, WALTER — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. L. Schaffer. Entered 
service April 3, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Colt and attached to the Med* 
ical Detachment. Went overseas Sept 



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SCHUSTER, JOHN— Son of Charles 
Schuster. Entered service July 23, 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company B, 29th Infantry, 
Ist Div. Went overseas Aug. 14, 
1918. Returned Aug. 30, 1919, and 
honorably discharged Sept. 25, 1919. 




.SCHUSTER, WILLIAM— Son of 
Charles Schuster. Entered service 
May 2, 1918. Was assigned .to Fort 
Thomas and attached to Company I, 
52nd Infantry. 6th Div. Went over- 
seas July 6, 1918. Returned June 12, 
1919, and honorably discharged June 
18, 1919. 





SCHAFFER, NORMAN C. — Son of 
Israel and Elmira Shaffer. Entered 
service May 24, 1913. Was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and placed with the 
Medical Corps. He was transferred 
to Camp Shelby and Stewart. Sailed 
overseas Sept. 20, 1918, returned and 
was honorably discharged. 



SHAFFER, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Israel Shaffer. Entered ser- 
vice June 23, 1916. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to the 
Headquarters of 110th Infantry, 28th 
Div. Went overseas May 1917, re- 
turned May 11, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with arnk of Corporal. 



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SHEAHAN, PAUL — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Sheahan. Entered service April 
13, 1917. Was assigned to Newport 
and attached to the Navy with the U. 
S. S. Reina Mercedes. He was hon- 
orably discharged June 19, 1919. 




SHIRER, CADET — Son of Catherine 
Shirer. Entered service Nov. 4, 1917. 
He was sent to Camp Greenleaf, placed 
with the Medical Corps, sailed over- 
seas in Feb. 1918, returned in Aug. 
1919, and was honorably discharged. 





SHUPE, SAMUEL CHARLES— Son SIMPSON, JAME.S — Son of Mr. and 

of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Shupe. En- Mrs. Arthur Simpson. Entered ser- 

tered service Dec. 21. 1916. Was vice March 29, 1918. Was assigned 

assigned to Quantieo, and attached to to Camp Meade and attached to Com- 

the 19th Company, 10th Regiment of pany I, 368th Infantry, 92nd Division, 

the Marines. He has seen service in Went overseas June 15, 1918, returned 

Europe and is still in service. Feb. 11, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged March 1, 1919. 



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SIMMONS, MICHAEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Michael Simmons. Entered 
service Nov. 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Sherman and attached to Com- 
pany K, 110th Infantry. 5th Div. Went 
overseas March 1918. Returned July 
1919, and honorably discharged with 
rank of Corporal. 



SINKULE, JAMES — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Sinkule. Entered 
service May 2, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to Com- 
pany F, .52nd Infantry, 6th Div. Went 
overseas July 6, 1918. Returned July 
1919, and honorably discharged the 
same month. 



SKINNER, FRANK — Son of Mr, and 
Mrs. John Skinner. Entered service 
May 29. 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company E, 16.3 
Infantry, 41st Division. Went over- 
seas Aug. 14, 1918. Returned Feb. 
12, 1919. and honorably discharged 
March 1, 1919. 



SLAUGHTER, JOSEPH — Son of Mr, 
and Mrs. Thomas Slaughter, Entered 
service July 11. 1918. Was assigned 
to Hampton Roads and attached to 
the Navy with the U. S. S, Alabama. 
He was honorably discharged Aug. 29, 
1919. 






SLEIGHTER, ELWOOD— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sleighter. En- 
tered service Aug. 29, 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and assigned to 
the Machine Gun Company, 84th In- 
fantry, 17th Div, Was honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 29, 1919. as Corporal. 



SMITH. MATTHEW — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Stanley Smith. Entered 
service Oct. 11, 1917, Was assigned 
to Washington Barracks and attached 
to Company A, 6th Engineers. 3rd 
Div. Went overseas Dec. 1917. was 
wounded, causing the loss of the left 
leg. Returned March 12, 1919, and is 
still in service. 



SNEAD, JAMES PAUL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jessie Snead. Entered ser- 
vice July 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Mills and attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 31. Went overseas Dec. 
1918. Returned May 1. 1919. and 
honorably discharged the same month. 



SNYDER, MYRL — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Snyder. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 6, 1917. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
B. 327th Infantry. Went overseas 
May 1918, held rank of Corporal and 
was killed in action Oct. 8, 1918, at 
Argonne . 




SNYDER. RALPH — Son of Mr. an. I 
Mrs. William Snyder Entered service 
Aug. 3, 1918, Was assigned to Camp 
Merrit and attached to Battery D. 5th 
Battalion, Trench Artillery. Went 
overseas Sept. 20. 1918. Returned 
Jan. 11, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 21, 1913, 




SXYI'Kl:, .^TANI.KV — .s,-.n of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Snyder. Entered 
service April 7, 1917. and was at- 
tached to Battery A, 43rd Artillery. 
Went overseas May 10. 1918. Re- 
turned Dec. 20, 1918, and honorably 
discharged Dec, 31, 1918, 




.-.TA( HiiWIAK, PETE — Son of Mr. STAUFFER, WEBSTER — Son of 
au.i Mrs. Andrew Stachowiak. En- Jessie A. Stauffer. Entered service 
tered service April 24, 1917. Was as- Feb. 23, 1918. Was assigned to 
signed to the Columbus Barracks and Camp Hancock and attached to Corn- 
attached to Battery P, 42nd Artillery, pany M, 111th Infantry, 28th Div. 
Went overseas Aug, 25. 1917, returned Went overseas May 4. 1918. Returned 
Feb. 11, 1919, and honorably dis- April 28, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged March 1, 1919, charged May 15, 1919. 







SZWED. MICHAEL- 



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STEIGERWALD, ALBERT— Son of STEKBUTZEL. MICHAEL— Son of STERKETT, ROY— Son of Mr; ,„..,, ,,:.., 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steigerwald. En- Mrs. Julia Sterbutzel. Entered ser- Harry Sterrett. Entered service Sept. and Mrs. Stanley Szewd. Entered ser- 

tered service May 25, 1918. Was as- vice Oct. 1, 1918, and was assigned 3. 1918, Was assigned to Camp For- vice May 1918. Was honorably dis- 

signed to Camp Greenleaf and attached to the Officers' Training School, Mead- rest and attached to Company A. charged March 1919. 

to Base Hospital 59. Went overseas ville. He was honorably discharged 125th Engineers. He was honorably 

Sept. 8, 1918, Returned June 12, Dec. 1918. discharged December 21. 1918. 
1919, and honorably discharged July 
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Mrs. .Stanley Szwed. Entered service Mrs. Eva Szyinanski. Entered service Eva Szymanski. Entered service May Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tannehill. En- 
April 29, 1917. Was assigned to Fort Oct. 6, 1917. Was assigned to Camn 27, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Milla tered service July 12, 1917. Was as- 
McKinley, and attached to Battery C, Lee and attached to Company B. 163rd and attached to Company E. 47th In- signed to Camp Hancock and attached 
54th Coast Artillery. Went overseas Infantry, 2nd Div. Went overseas fanlry. 4th Div. Went overseas, was to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
March 22, 1918. Returned April 5. Feb. 1918. Returned Feb. 16. 1919. wounded in action. Returned July Div. Went overseas May 3. 1918, 
1919, and honoratily discharged May and honorably discharged Feb. 26. 27, 1919, and honorably discharged Was wounded, returned May 11, 1919, 
24. 1919. 1919. Aug. 4, 1919. and honorably discharged a*s Corporal. 






TKI'U'iW, ( 1IAUL!:> ->vu ui Mr THOM I'.SOX. CROSBY— Sun uf Ml , TL'LLEV. tiKOlUiK— S-.n uf Mr^. TITTERIXC.TOX. CHARLES — Son 

and Mrs. Frank Tedrow. Entered ser- and Mrs. Henry Thompson. Entered William Tulley. Entered service June of Mr. Adam Titterington. entered 

vice Aug. 5. 1918. Was assigned to service Dec. 15, 1917. Was assigned 23, 1916. Was assigned to Camp service July 15. 1917. Was assigned 

Wadsworth and attached to Battery 4. to Fort Oglethorpe and attached to Hancock and attached to the Head- to Camp Hancock and attached to the 

of the Artillery. Went overseas Sept. Company F. 28th Infantry. 1st Div. quarters' Company, 110th Infantry, Headquarters' Compa.iy. 110th Infan- 

3. 1918. returned June 28. 1919. and Went overseas Aug. 3. 1918, was 28th Div. Went overseas May 3. 1918. try. 28th Div. Went overseas May 3. 

honorably discharged July 3. 1919. gassed, returned Sept. 3, 1919, and returned May 11. 1919. and honorably 1918, was wounded and gassed, re- 

honorably discharged with rank of discharged May 23, 1919. turned Jan, 31, 1919, and honorably 

Second Lieutenant. discharged Feb. 13, 1919. 







ULERY, GEORGE — Son of Mrs. 



ULERY, HARRY — Son of Mrs. Mar- 



VAX HORXE, JOHX I).— Son of VAN HORXE. JUDSON— Son of 

Margaret Ulery. Entered service garet Ulery. Entered service Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs- H. F. Van Home. En- Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Van Home. En- 
Sept. 39, 1918. Was a.ssigned to 1914. Was assigned to Columbus and tered service April 19. 1918. Was tered service July 1917. Wa 



Camp Lee and attached to the Sani- 
tary Squad No. 9. Went overseas Oct. 
1918. Returned April 1919. and hon- 
orably discharged April 9, 1919. 



was attached to the V . S . Quarter- 
master Corps, Wagon Company No. 2. 
He is still in service . 



assigned to Camp Taylor and attachedi signed to Camp Hancock and attached 
to the Training School for Chaplains, to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
wounded, returned July 25. 1919. and Division. Went overseas May 3, 1918, 
honorably discharged with rank of 1st was slightly gassed, returned May 15, 
Lieutenant. 1919, and honorably discharged with 

rank of Corporal. 






WALKER, FRANK — Son of George WALKER. RALPH — Son of George WEIMER, RUSSELL — Son of Mr. WELSH. FRANK — Son of Mr. and 

Walker. Entered service June 24, Walker. Entered service April 28, and Mrs. O. D. Weimer. Entered ser- Mrs. Frank Welsh (deceased). En- 

1918. Was assigned to the Great 1918. and was assigned to the Medical vice June 1918. Was assigned to tered service July 23, 1918. \Vas as- 
Lakes and attached to the Navy. He Department of Sanitary Squad No. 20. Camp Lee and attached to the Offi- signed to Camp Lee and attached to 
wag honorably discharged January 23, Went overseas May 1918. and died cers' Training School. He was hon- Company B, 28th Infantry. 1st Div. 

1919. Oct. 12, 1918, from pneumonia. He orably discharged Dec. 15, 1918, with Went overseas Sept. 14, 1918, returned 

is buried in the Gondercort Cemetery rank of Second Lieutenant. Aug. 10, 1919. and honorably dis- 

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WHALEY. ALBERT— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. S. S. \Vhaley. Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to the Infan- 
try. He was honorably discharged Oc- 
tober 1918. 



WHALEY. HOWARD— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. S. S. Whaley. Entered 
Service Aug. 1918. Was assigned to 
the Columbus Barracks and attached 
to Company C, of the Coast Artillery 
He is still in service. 



WHALEY. WILLIAM— Snn of Mr. 
and Mrs . S . S . Whaley. Entered 
service July 31, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Forrest and attached to Com- 
pany F, 210th Infantry, loth Div. He 
was honorably discharged Feb. 12, 
1919. 



WHITE. WALTEK— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . J . H . White . Entered service 
Feb. 12. 1919, was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to the 305th Engin- 
eers, 80th Division. Went overseas 
May 1917. Returned Summer 1919. 
and honorably discharged Sammer of 
1919. 







WILLARD. BENJAMIN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wiilard. Entered 
service April 29. 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 3l3th 
Field Artillery. 80th Division. WenH 
overseas May 1918. returned June 6.. 
1919. and honorably discharged the 
same month with rank of CorporaL 



WILLIAMS, DAA'ID — Son of Mr. 
John Williams. Entered service June 
26. 1918 . Was assigned to Newport, 
later transferred to Newport News 
and attached to the Navy. Went over- 
seas in Summer 1919. Returned Aug. 
1919. and honorably discharged Sept. 
10, 1919. 



WILLIAMS. PAUL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Williams. Entered 
service June 21, 1916. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company P. 110th Infantry. 28th Div. 
Later transferred to 4th Company, 2nd 
Regiment, Air Service. Went overseas 
June 28, 1918, returned June 12. 1919. 
and honorably discharged Jun. 23, 
1919. 



WILLIAMS, SAMUEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . James Williams. Entered 
service July 28, 1919. Was assigned 
to Camp Colt and attached to Com- 
pany C, 304th Tank Corps. He is 
still in service. 




WINGROVE. IRA — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Wingrove. Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 3. 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Forrest and attached to the IQth 
Casual Engineers. He was honorably 
discharged Dec. 21, 1918. 




ZAFFINA. FRANK— Snii ..: M, r.ml 
Mrs. Frank Zaf fina . EutercJ ^crv ice 
Oct. 6, 1917. W'as assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company B. 319th 
Infantry, 80th Div. Went overseas 
May 30, 1918 . Returned May 20. 
1919. and honorably discharged June 
17, 1919. 





ZAFFIXA, PETER — Son of Mr. and 
Mr.s . Frank Zaffina. Entered service 
July 31, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Company C, 
210th Infantry. 10th Division. He was 
honorably discharged March 26, 1919. 



ZEOLLA. George — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Antonio Zeolla. Entered service 
Sept . 23. 1917 . Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company C. 
326th Infantry, 82nd Div. Went over- 
seas April 29. 1918. Returned May 
29, 1919. and honorably discharged 
June 10, 1919. 






ZLVTKS, JOSKPH — Snn ..f Mr, Jos- 
eph Ziates. Entered service April 9, 
1918. Was assigned to Cape May 
and attached to the Naval Reserve. 
He made nine trips overseas and was 
honorably discharged August 1919. 



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BAUER, JOHN — Son of Mr. and BAUER. JOSEPH — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. John Bauer. Entered service Mrs. Bauer. Entered service in 

March 10, 1918. Was assigned to Fall 1918. Was assigned to Pitt Uni- 

Kelleys Field and attached to the Aero versity and attached to the S. A. T. 

Squadron with Company D Was hon- C. He was honorably discharged Dec. 

orably discharged Sept. 14. 1918. 18, 1918. 



BENNETT, JOHN — Son of Mr. and BIXLER, DAVID — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. Martin Bennett. Entered ser- Mrs. George Bixler. Entered service 

vice June 21, 1918. Was assigned to Aug. 3, 1917. Was assigned to Paris 

Camp Sherman and attached to the Island and attached to tlie Marine 

,51st Company, 13th Depot Brigade. Corps. He was honorably discharged 

He was honorably discharged Jan. 4, Feb. 28, 1919, with .-ank of Corporal. 
1919. 



BIXLER JOHN — Son of Mr. and BRENNEN, GEORGE — Entered ser- BYARS, DAVID CLARK— Son of BYARS, GEORGE M. — Son ol 

Mrs. George Bixler. Entered .ser- vice December 28, 1917. Was as- Elizabeth Byars. Entered service in Elizabeth Byars. Entered service in 

vice Sept 23, 1917. Was assigned signed to Pensacola, Fla.. and later August 1918. He was sent to Camp the S. A. T. C. at W. and J. Col- 

to Paris Island and attached to the to Boston and attached to the Navy. Lee and was honorably discharged lege. He was honorably discharged 

Marine Corps. He was honorably He was honorably discharged Feb. 15, from the service of the United States from the service of the United States 

discharged April 10, 1019. 1919. in Sept. 1919. Nov. 11, 1918. 



BYRNE, ARTHUR LEO — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. R. Byrne. Entered ser- 
vice. Was assigned to Camp Hancock 
and attached to the 110th Supply Com- 
pany. 38th Div. Went overseas April 
1917. Returned and was honorably 
discharged with the rank of Corporal 
on June 1919. 



CATRACCHIA, BENEDETTO — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Catracchia. 
Entered service Sept. 22, 1917. Was 
assigned to Camp Forrest and attached 
to Company C, 320th Infantry, 82nd 
Division. Went overseas May 19, 
1918, returned May 9, 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged May 18, 1919. 



CATRACCHIA, PETE — Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Battery 
B, 319th Field Artillery. Went over- 
seas April 1918. Returned May 1919, 
and honorably discharged May 1919. 



COCHRAN, FRANCIS EDWARD— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cochran. 
Entered service April 4, 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company B, 305th Engineers, 80th 
Division. Went overseas May 26, 
1918. Returned June 3, 1919, and 
honorably discharged June 11, 1919. 



CUNNINGHAM. CHARLES — Son of 
Mr. William J. Cunningham. Entered 
service July 19, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to the 
Headquarters Company. 110th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. Went overseaj 
May 2, 1918, returned May 12, 1919, 
and honorably discharged May 23* 
1919. 



CRABTREE, ALVA — Son of Mrs 
Elizabeth Crabtree. Entered service 
Feb. 12, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
B, 305th Engineers, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 1918, returned 
June 1919, and honorably discharged 
the same month. 



DISTFEANO, ANTONIO — Son of ELLENBERGER, ELI HARRISON 
Mr. Frank Distfeano. Entered ser- — Son of S. S. EUenberger. En- 
vice June 26, 1918. Was assigned to tered service July 30, 1918. Was as- 
Camp Lee and attached to the 32nd signed to Camp Forrest and attached 
Depot Brigade. He was honorably to Company F, 210th Infantry. He 
discharged July 14, 1919. was probably discharged March 1919. 



EUTSEY JOHN — Son of Mr. and FIELD, FURMAN — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs Jacob' Eutsey. Entered service Mrs. Furman Field. Entered service 
Feb 23 1918. Was assigned to June 4, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Camp Lee and attached to the Am- Hancock and attached to the Head- 
bulance Company No. 48. He was quarters' Company, 110th Infantry, 
honorably discharged Jan. 24, 1919. 28th Div. Went overseas April 1918, 

returned May 11. 1919, and honor- 
ably discharged May 24. 1919. 



FOUST, HERMAN — Son of Shaf- 
fer Foust. Entered service July 15, 
1917. Was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock and attached to the Supply Com- 
pany, 110th Infantry, 2Sth Division. 
Went overseas May 3, 1918, returned 
May 11, 1919, and honorably dis' 
charged May 23, 1919, with rank of 
Cook. 



GATES, CHESTER— Son of Mrs. 
Martha Gates. Entered service Sept. 
1, 1916. Was assigned to Newport 
News and attached to Company C, 
801st Transportation Corps. Went 
overseas Sept. 18, 1917. Returned 
April 18, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged April 30, 1919. 



GEORGE, EDWARD — Son of Mrs. 
Julia George. Entered service Aug. 
31. 1919. Was assigned to Spring 



GRAY, DR. SAMUEL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Gray. Entered seri 
vice Aug. 10, 1917. Was assigned 



Garden Institute and attached to the to Fort Oglethorpe and attached to 
Ordnance M. R. S. He was honor- the Medical Reserve Corps. Went 



ably discharged April 5. 1919. 



overseas Aug. 7, 1918. Returned 
August 20, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged Sept. 9, 1919. 



GREENE, VIRGIL — Entered ser-. 
vice May 1, 1918. Was assigned to 
Fort Thomas and attached to Company 
A. 52nd Infantry, 6th Division. Went 
overseas July 4, 1918. Returned 
June 18. 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged June 22, 1919, with rank of 
Cook. 



HABERLEN, JOHN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. F. Haberlen. Enterecf 
service Feb. 11, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Company 
C, 305th Engineers, 80th DiTision. 
Went overseas May 25. 1918. Re- 
turned June 2, 1919, and honorably 
discharged June 11, 1919. 



HASNESS. CARLISLE— Son of Mr, HUGUS. PAUL — Son of Mrs. M. C. 

and Mrs. M. L. Hasness. Entered Hugus. Entered service July 14, 1918. 

service May 25. 1918. Was assigned Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- 

to Camp Greenleaf and attached to tached to Company I, C. W. S. U- 

the Medical Department of Base Hos- S. A., 3rd Battalion. He was hon- 

pital No. 58. Returned in Spring honorably discharged Dec. 20, 1918. 
1919, and honorably discharged with 
rank of Sergeant. 



HUTCHISON, JAMES — Son of Mr. JARRETT, PAUL JOSEPH— Son of 
and Mrs. J. E. Hutchinson. Entered Mrs. Ellen Jarrett. Entered service 
service in Fall, 1918. Was assigned May 17, 1918. Was assigned to 
to Bucknell University and attached Camp Lee and attached to the Medical 
to the S. A. T. C He was honor- Corps and served with the Base JIoS' 
ably discharged Dec. 1918. pital No. 58, in France. Sailed Aug- 

1918. Returned May 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 



JONES J J Son of Mrs G W. LAUGHREY, JOHN — Son of Mr. LANE, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. and LAUGHREY, ORRAN — Son of Mr. 

Jones Entered service May 30 1918. and Mrs. R. E. Laughrey. Entered Mrs. Edward Lane. Entered service and Mrs. R. E. Laughrey. Entered 

Was assigned to Camp Lee and at- service June 1917. Was assigned to May 28, 1917. Was assigned to Camp service July 1918. Was assigned to 

tached to the Engineers. Sailed in Camp Greenleaf and attached to the Humphreys and attached to Company Lehigh University and attached to 

Summer 1918 Returned Dec 1919( Medical Corps of Base Hospital No. E, 4th Engineers. He was honorably Battery M. He was honorably dis- 

and was honorably discharged the 58. He was honorably discharged discharged Jan. 1919, with the rank charged December 1918. with rank of 

same month. March 1919. of Corporal. Sergeant. 



MARROCCHI, THOMAS— Son of 
Mr. John Marrocchi. Entered service 
May 2, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Company K, 
5st Infantry, 6th Division. Went over- 
seas July 4, 1918. Returned June 13, 
1919. and honorably discharged June 
18, 1919. 



MOORE, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. Wil- 
liam Moore. Entered service May 29, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to the 35th Infantry of the 
Service Corps. Went overseas Aug. 
13, 1918. Returned Oct. 14, 1919, 
and honorably discharged Oct. 21, 
1919. 



MORROW, CLARENDON— Son of 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Morrow. Entered 
service in Spring 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Battery E, 107th Field Artillery, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 3, 1918, 
returned Spring 1919, and honorably 
discharged in the Spring 1919. 



MORROW, ORTEN — Son of Mr. 
James Morrow. Entered service April 
4, 1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the 110th Infantry, 
80th Division. Went overseas May 
15, 1918. Returned May 30, 1919) 
and honorably discharged June 1919, 



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NAPLE, RAPHAEL — Entered ser- 
vice April 4, was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company E. 305th 
Infantry. 80th Division. Went over- 
seas May 25, 1918. Returned June 
3, 1919, and honorably discharged 
June 11, 1919. 



NEWTON, JOHN — Son of Mrs. Let- 
tie Newton. Entered service in Fall 
1919. Was assigned to Camp McClel- 
lan, and attached to Company A, 
325th Infantry. 87th Division. He 
was honorably discharged April 20, 
1919. 



O'BRIEN, ANTHOM' — Son of Mrs. 
Mary O'Brien. Entered service March 
29, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Taylor and attached to Company H, 
339th Infantry. 85th Division. Went 
overseas July 21, 1318. Returned 
July 12, 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged July 17, 1919. 



O'BRIEN, JOHN — Son of Mrs. 
Mary O'Brien. Entered service July 
15, 1917. Was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and attached to the 110th 
Machine Gun Co.. 28th Div. Went 
overseas May 1918, was wounded, re- 
turned March 13, 1919, and honorably 
discharged with the rank of Sergeant. 



O'BRIEN, DANIEL — Entered ser- 
vice May 1918. Was assigned to Co- 
lumbus Barracks and attached to the 
Medical Department. He is still iri 
the service. 



PECORARO. DOMINICK — Entered 
service April 4, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 319th 
Infantry. Went overseas May 1918. 
Returned 1919 and honorably dis- 
rharged June 17, 1919. 



PIECZYNSKE, J08EPH--Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Pieczynske. 
Entered service Sept. 3. 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Sherman and at- 
tached to Company 33rd, 9th Infantry, 
Quartermaster Department. He was 
honorably discharged Dec. 3, 1918. 



PICKARD. RODNEY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Eous Pickard. Entered ser- 
vice Dec. 17, 1917. Was assigned to 
Fort Mcpherson and attached to Unit 
L, Medical Corps. Went overseas 
March 25, 1918. Returned June 2, 
1919, and honorably discharged June 
12, 1919, with rank of Corporal. 



RANDOLPH. DONALD — Son of 

Mrs. Belle Randolph. Entered ser- 
vice July 6, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Battery B. 
120th Field Artillery, 32nd Division. 
Went overseas Oct. 28. 1918. Re- 
turned May 4, 1919, and honorably 
discharged May 25, 1919. 



ROCCO. EMILO — Son of Mrs. Rose 
Rocco. Entered service July 24, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to the Headquarters' 
Company, 80 th Division. He was 
honorably discharged Jan . 18. 1919. 



ROLLINS. RUSSELI., — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. L. E. Rollins. Entered 
service April 20, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to the 
Headquarters' Company. 110th Infan- 
try, 28th Div. Went overseas May 3, 
1918. Returned May 1919, and hon- 
orably discharged June 9, 1919, with 
rank of Sergeant . 



SHUPE, HARRY GLENN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shupe. Entered 
service May 1918. Was assigned to 
Great Lakes and attached to the Navy 
with the Submarine Listner. Sailed, 
returned Dec. 1918. and honorably 
discharged March 1919. 



SMITH, CLIFFORD M.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. R. Smit*i. Entered ser- 
vice Nov. 16, 1918. Was assigned to 
Paris Island, attached to Company M. 
13th Regiment, 5th Brigade of the 
Marine Corps. Went overseas Sept 
13. 1918 . Was detached to teach 
in Beanne University. France, and 
taught until June 2, 1919. Returned 
Aug. 26, 1919. and was honorably 
discharged. 



SMITH, VINCENT ROBINSON- - 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith 
Entered service May 1917. Was as 
signed to Fort Niagara and was Cora 
missioned First Lieutenant. He went 
to Cambridge for Modern Trench War* 
fare Schooling. From there to Camp 
Lee. He went overseas April 1918 
Served with the British until trans- 
ferred to the 80th Div. Returned 
June 1919, and honorably discharged. 



SMITH, BRONO — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Stanley Smith. Entered ser 
vice Feb. 14, 1918. Was assigned 
to Camp Green and attached to Com 
pany F, 47th Infantry, 4th Div. Went 
overseas May 1918, held rank of Cor- 
poral, and was killed in at* t ion S«pt. 
28, 1918. 



STILWELL. STUART— Son of Mr 
and Mrs. George Stilhvell. Entered 
service Jan. 28, 1918. Was assigned 
to Ohio State College and attached 
to the Air Service. He was honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 16, 1919. with 
rank of Second Lieurenant. 



SZALATY, JOHN— Son of Mr. Lu- 
cas Szalaty. Entered service Feb. 
12, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company I. 319th 
Infantry, 80th Div. Went overseas 
May 18, 1918. returned Jan. 2, 1919. 
and honorably discharged June, 1919. 



THOMPSON, RALPH— Son of Mr 
and Mrs. S. E. Thompson. Entered 
service April 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company 
D, 320th Infantry, 112th Divisien 
He was honorably discharged July 4, 
1918. 



TRISTANI, GIOVANNI— Son of Mr* 
and Mrs. Gaetono Tristani. Entered 
service Oct. 5, 1917. Was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany B, 319th Infantry, 80th Division. 
Went overseas May 1918. Was 
wounded, returned Aug. 4, 1919, and 
honorably discharged Ang. 13, 1919. 



WEAVER, RONALD — Son of Mr. 
Otto Weaver. Entered service Jan . 
21, 1918. Was assigned to Camp 
Merritt and attached to the 15th Cav- 
alry. Troop I. Went overseas March 
1918. Returned June 1919. and hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 



WRIGHT, JESS — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Amos Wright. Entered service 
Oct. 17, 1918. Was assigned to 
Camp Greene and attached to Com- 
pany D, 423rd R. Labor Battalion. 
He was honorably discharged March 
19, 1919. 




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Under the call of llic President, Company "E" lolh 
Pa. Inf. N. G. was mobilized July 15th, 1917 at Mounl 
Ple.isanl, Pa. Tiic organization assembled at their local 
camp at I'rick Park and headquarters remained there 
until the evening of September 7, 1917, when the com- 
pany entrained for Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia. 
Soon after arriving at Camp Hancock, the Pennsylvania 
National (Juard was reorganized as the Twenty-eighth 
anjiy division and given the new standard of company 
and regimental numbers. The Tenth and Third Kegi- 
merls were merged into the One Hundred Tenth In- 
fan*,r>' — the reorganized amiy title for the old "Fighting 
Tenth" of glorious Spanish and Philippine war tradition. 
The consolidation of the two conii>anies named above 
was ctTected on October 12, 1917 and the outfit remained 



in training at Camp Hancock until April 24, 1918 when 
it broke camp and entrained for Camp Merritt, New 
Jersey. 

At Camp Merritt the organization was inspected and 
received its equii>ment for overseas service. It embarked 
at Hoboken on the U. S. S. Corsican on May 2nd and 
landed at Liverpool, May 17th. The trip across the 
Cliannel from Dover to Odais was made on May I9tli. 
At Calais, the outtit received rifles and gas masks and 
commenced final intensive training back of the Krilish 
lines. 

The Twenty-eighth Division was engaged in the Cham- 
pagne-Marne defensive; tlie Aisnc-Marne offensive; ihc 
Fismes sector; the Oise-Aisne offensive; the Meuse- 



.\rgonnc offensive, and the Thiacourl sector. Its lolai 
casualties were 15,4.33, ranking first among ail national 
guard divisions and only exceeded in the entire Ameri- 
can army by the First and Scc<»n<l Divisions of regulars. 
The division was six times mentioned by the command- 
ing general of the Sixth French army of which it was a 
part, and once by General Mangin of the Tenth French 
army. It was first cited by General Pershing on August 
28, 1918, and at divers times thereafter by its American 
corps and army commanders. 

y\fter the signing of the armistice, the Twenty-eighth 
Division was placed in the Army of Occupation until 
early in January, 1919. Kelievcd of this duly, it moved 
back into France to prepare to embark for home. 



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Com|Kiny V, embarked for llic nulled Stales the it:er 

part of April on the old gennaii freighter- Kdg i- F. 

Luchcnback, and arrived in Philadelphia May 11, 919. 
The division went lo Camp Dix, New Jersey, fo 
mobilization^ returning to Philadelphia May 15 

final parade and review. The men were officiall) dis 

charged from .service May 23, 1919, twenty-two m ntlis 

from the time they were mustered in at Mount Pie; ;ant. 

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tioi). Mawliim-y. 

CoriHuaK- (u-orKf Hytio, Win. Crosslniul, Jaiiics W'nrxinsky, 
ICdward lk'ritm.111, t-Ved StcfT. James Ilarkins, Robert Ram- 
sey, Clins llrooks, Andrew CIniisiicr, \Vm. Ftioss. George 
Shejilar, Meade laimchill, Saiiuiel Reed. John U, I*raney. 

Mcclinuics— Kd. Finncrty, I-rank Katlera. 

llimlcrs— Fred KInss, Mike Garsleckc. 

Cooks— I^raiik Bilnrr. Frank Sullivan. Andrew Wilson. 

Privnles-F_ Anderson, Homer Wcl], W. H. Hell. Max Hosliinky. 
l-^tmer Blank, John Urookniaii, Clicster Dodenheimer, Joseph 
Itriercheck, Hycrs lUanncr. l-"red Byers. A. B. Cnisan. Pant 
Crce, Marry Cain, Fr«l I). Cree, Clarence It. Cole, Samuel 



Craiy, Scott CnrpcnttT, Andrew Cruthcrs, Geo (jlarkson. 
Talrick Doyle. Harry Di-llling, John Donnelly i Henry 
Detsicoiie, Jos. Donohoe, lunerson Kicher, Karl l\lli",g, Jesse 
I'VIgar, I-'raiik Forcjt, John Frebiirg, John Frobk-, John 
l-'rederick, Wilnier l*'ox, Albert GrJmm, Thomas Grly, Jolui 
Gccelosky, Joseph Grabiak, John Harcnchar. PaviliHarcn- 
char. John Hornak, Thomas Hughes, W. A. Hunllr, John 
Hostoffcr, Roy C. Harrold, Daniel Hood, Horner liofTman, 
Thomas Jordan, Sol. Jacobson, Stephen Jurella, Dan Kelly, 
Jo^epli Kelly, Joseph Kccgler, Mike Kurincak, Vincent 
Keller, Frank Keller, Christ Kearney, Joseph Korzcn, 
Dewey King. Fngene Koslelnick, Joseph Kiimot, iTliomas 
List, Issac Leichliter, Charles Long, Joseph Labi; k, Wm. 
Mawlnnncy, Paul Marick, Thomas Miller, John Wlosako, 
John Magda, Mike McCourt, Walter McClain, Ha-ry Mc- 



Clain, H.irry .Mand;!iara, Lewis Michalsky, John Nesgoda, 
Thomas Newton, John Novak, Joseph Pinsky, Charles L. 
Porch, Raymond i'oole, Frank Pinsky, Joe. Pikovsky, 
Webster Queer, William Queer, Michael Koth, Frank Rosky, 
Charles Rhomc, Henry Stairs, Herbert Stuck, Joseph Shan- 
der, Wm. Shaffer, John Szoyka, Wm. Schaub, Marion 
Sheppard. Eugene Shepitard, Cliff Shcppard, Wm. Spirko, 
Albert Stefl, J. L. Shawlcy, Robert Sullenberger, Gcrald- 
Shuman, Ted Smith. Ilcn Smctak, Charles Schactc, Clay 
Shaffer, Frank Schmuckcr, John Schmucker, Wm. Shallen- 
bcrgcr, Geo. Strickler. Clias. 'I'ilteringlon, George Tiilly, 
Harry Toncy, Judson Van Horn, John Valcovic, Joseph 
Vencasky, James Welsh. Thomas Wtlkic, Richard White, 
Mike Wnik, John Wassil, Gydc Zearlcy. 



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Chapter V. 



Mt. Pleasant District. The pictures, and military bio- 
graphies shown in this chapter are those of service men 
from j\lt. Pleasant, Calumet, Hecla, United, Welty, Mam- 
moth and Standard. 



When the United States was drawn into the devastating 
World War, the Mt. Pleasant District was not only ready to give 
her sons and daughters to maintain the cause of Democracy and 
uphold the rights of her country, but also gave as freely every 
other aid asked for in the same willing spirit. 

In the Liberty Loan drives the district over-subscribed its 
quota and went "over the top" each time. The campaigns were 
under the direction of the following committee ; Samuel N. 
Warden, chairman; Dr. E. J. Knox, John L. Shields, C. E. Zim- 
merman, D. M. Pigman, Clark Bronson and M. A. King, secre- 
tary. Nearly $1,500,000 was subscribed in the five loans, the 
amounts being: First, $3,45°; Second, $293,050; Third, $375,400; 
Fourth, $456,400; Victory, $370,600— Total, $1,498,900. The 
number of subscribers was 4,436. 

As in everything else the Local War Drives, e.xceeded as- 
signed quotas. In the campaign of 191 7, $10,506.88 was donated 
and in 1918, $41,407.44 was raised. W. E. Shoap was treasurer of 
the local drives. 

In the same patriotic spirit the district supported the Red 
Cross both financially and with work done. The enrollment in 
191 7 was 3885 members and the roll-call of 1918 resulted in 
5260 members being obtained. The headquarters was located in 
the First National Bank and Citizens Trust Company building. 
Work rooms were provided in the Braddock building gratuitous- 
ly through the kindness of Mr. Braddock and Mr. Warden. 
Here 192 cases of hospital supplies and knitted articles were 
packed and shipped. Officers of the Mount Pleasant Chapter of 
the Red Cross were : Dr. B. M. Loar, chairman ; J. A. Warden, 
.Mrs. D. A. Walker and Mrs. A. T. Collins, vice-chairman. Mrs. 
J. R. Madden was secretary and T. O. Seaton was chairman. 
The Executive Committee consisted of Mrs. J. R. Madden, Mrs. 
-M. W. Harner, Mrs. Richard Gerecter, J. L. Ruth and FT. G. 



Brown. Other officers were Irene Husband, purchasing depart- 
ment; Dr. M. W. Horner, educational department; Mrs. B. M. 
Loar, hospital supplies; Mrs. N. A. Court and Mrs. J. L. Ruth, 
inspection department; S. N. Warden, packing; Mrs. J. A. Mad- 
den, knitted goods ; Mrs. S. C. Stevenson, organization ; Mrs. 
AI. W. Horner, publicity; Edith Warner and Marie Rumbaugh, 
surgical dressings. Mrs. S. C. Stevenson was head of the junior 
Red Cross. The Mount Pleasant chapter included an auxiliary 
organization at Scottdale and had units at Tarr, RufFsdale, Uni- 
ted, Calumet, Kecksburg, Mammoth, Stahlstown, Jones' Mills, 
Donegal, Stauffers and Hecla. In these places there was much 
activity in the production of all manner of supplies called for 
and many women whose home duties did not permit them to 
work at the various meeting places did sewing and knitting in 
their homes. Hospital supplies alone numbered 44,518 pieces. 
3420 knitted articles were made in addition to over 100 sweaters 
which were presented to men leaving for military service. Com- 
fort kits, socks and wristlets were also furnished to these men. 
In 1917 more than 400 Christmas packages were made up and 
sent to the men. During the influenza epidemic, the Red Cross 
established and supported an emergency hospital, with nurses, 
medicines and care. 

The Local Board for Division no. 6 was located at Mount 
Pleasant. S. O. Hughes was chairman; F. D. Barnhart, was 
secretary and Dr. W. A. Marsh was in charge of the medical 
examinations. J. W. Miller was chief clerk of the board. 

M. A. King, Frank Barnhart, Rev. Jesse Dunn, J. P. Hellein 
and W. S. Kelley were the leaders of the Four Minute Men in 
this district. 

All calls for supporting the Government during the war met 
with a ready response on the part of the citizens. They did 
everything that was asked of them. The pride in their achiev- 
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ADAMS, \VILL:.^..i ^v..* .V— ■^,..ii ul 
Mrs. Ellis Adams, entered service May 
25, 19 IS, was assigned to Cam]} 
Greenleaf and placed with the 56th 
Artillery Base Hospital. He sailed in 
Aug. 1918, returned in April 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in May 1919. 





ALliANO, CAlwMEX — liuru Aug. 4. 
Ib89, entered service April 28, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Lee and placed with 
Company L, 145th Infantry 37th Di- 
vision. He sailed June 15. 1918, re- 
turned March 27, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged April 11, 1919. 



ANDERSON. ERNEST V. — riuu oi" 
T. 0. and Lillie Anderson, enlisted 
April 22, 1917 with Company E, 110th 
Infantry. 28th Division. He went to 
Camp Hancock was later transferred 
to Headquarter's Company, sailed May 
7, 1918 and was transferred to Bel- 
gium for special emergency duty and 
was at the time of publication still in 
service. 



AXDLKouX. HAKRY — Son of Reno 
and Emma J. Anderson, entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee, placed with Company D. 
153rd Depot Brigade but transferred 
to Company A, 161st Infantry, Sunset 
Division. He sailed for France Oct. 
28, 1918, returned to the United States 
Feb. 16, 1918, was honorably dis- 
charged from service ten days later 
and died shortly after his discharge. 







ANTHONY, FRANK — Son of Mrs. BALSORIK. JOHN— Sou of Mr. and BANSHAIv, JOSEPH — Son of Jacob BARRON. ANDY — Son of Susie 

Julia Anthony, entered service Aug. Mrs. Lucas Balsorik, enlisted Oct. 5, Banshak, entered service April 28, Barron, entered service Sept. 23, 1917, 
1918. He was attached to the 16th 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. Grov*» 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and was assigned to Camp Gordon and was 
Engineers, sailed Sept. 1918 and was. City College and was honorably dis- was attached to Company 7. 155th I>e- attached to Company H, 327th Infaa- 
Sept. 1, 1919, still in service overseas, charged from service in Dec. 1918. pot Brigade, Pa. Banshak was hon- try, 82nd Division. He went overseas 

orably discharged Jan. 8, 1919. May IS, 1918, returned May 18, 1919 

and was honorably discharged May 29. 
1919. 





BEAKEN, JOSEPH W. — Son of BEAKEN, HARRY — Son of Joseph 



Joseph Beaken, entered service April 
5, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and 
was there attached to Company D. 
315th Machine Gun Battalion, 80th 
Division. He sailed May IB, 1918, re 
turned May 30, 1919 and was honor 
ably discharged from service later. 



Beaken, entered service Sept. 4, 1918 
He was sent to Camp Forrest, was at 
tached to the Engineers and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in Jan. 
1919. 




BEANNER. BYERS — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charlie Beanner, enlisted 
June 7, 1917 with Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division but was trans 
ferred to 66th Company, 153rd Depot 
Brigade. He sailed Sept. 1918, re 
turned Feb. 1919 and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 20tb 
of Feb. 1919. 



BECHTELL. WALTER — Son of 
Hfury Bechtell. He entered service 
May 25, 1918, was assigned to Cami» 
Greenleaf and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 78. Sergeant Bechtell 
went overseas Sept. 1, 1918, was in 
the battle of Toul Sector ^nd returned 
June 16, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 18, 1919. 





I'.KKi-MAX, EDWARD C— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman, enlisted 
in July 1915 witli Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was sent 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed May 
1918, was wounded in the hip, shell 
shocked and gassed, made Sergeant, 
returned March 25, 1919 and was hon 
orably discharged from service in April 
1919. 



BERNARD, JOHN— Snn ,.i \ aim 
tine Bernard, entered sst-i \ Kt St^iri. y. 
1917. was assigned to Camp Lee, later 
to Fort Benjamin Harrison, was at- 
tached to Headquarter's Company. 
10th Infantry, 80th Division. Bern- 
ard was honorably discharged Jan. 
1919. 




L.ILMA, .IMSI'JLH— Sun uf Mr. and 
iir,>. ALiilion\ Bieuia, entered service 
in Feb. 1918. was sent to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company F, 320th In- 
fantry. 80th Division. He sailed over- 
seas in May 191S, returned to the 
L'nited States in May 1919. was hon- 
orably discharged from service but re- 
enlisted for one more year. 




BILLER, FRANK J. — Son of Mrs. 
Anna Meliuger. entered .service June 
1, 1918, was sent to Fort Oglethorpe 
and was placed with Company A. 60th 
Infantry, 5th Division, He sailed 
in July 1918. returned July 26, 1919 
and was honorably discharged later 
that month. 



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LilLLKU. JUSKl'H T.— .Sun vi ill-.. BITTIXLU. AL\ A t.LiriTs s-n uf BOllNOVICn, ANDREW— ^uu uf BoIlNOVICH, MICHAEL — Son of 

Anna ileiliuger, enlisted March lU, Mr. and Mrs. Beujaniiu Hilliuer, en- Miebael Bohnovieh. He entered ser- Michael Bohnovich, entered service 
1918 in the Navy. He went to Nor- tered service in March 1919. He was vice June 5. 1918, was assigned to May 2, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
folk, was on board the U. S. S. Iowa sent to Camp Lee, was there about Camp Greenleaf and attached to the Forrest and attached to Company F, 
then the Manchuria, made five trips sixteen weeks and was honorably dis- Medical Corps. Bohnovich sailed 52nd Infantry, 6th Division. Bohno- 
overseas and was, Sept 1, 1919, not charged from service July 1918. Sept. 1, 1918. returned June 17, was vich sailed July 5, 1918, was in the 

yet discharged. honorably discharged June 18, 1919. battles of Meuse-Argonne and Lor- 

raine, returned June 14, 1919. and 
was honorably discharged June 16, 
1919. 




BOKKOS. JOHN W. — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Bokros, enlisted June 23, 1916. 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, later 
Merritt and was attached to 110th 
Supply Company, 28th Division. He 
sailed May 3, 1918, was in several 
battles, returned May 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



HOWKX. HOItEK— hloii of Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard Bowen. He enlisted 
Aug. 1917, was assigned to Ft. Ogle- 
thorpe and attached to 371st Regiment. 
He ranked as 1st Lieutenant. AVent 
overseas, was in battles of Verdun and 
Toul, was poisoned by gassed food in 
trenches, returned June 5, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged June 12, 
1919. 





BOWERS, JOHN M. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. David Bowers, entered ser- 
vice in April 1917. He was attached 
to the Medical Corps, stationed at 
Camp Dix, McClellan. Lee and Mead, 
was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, and 
was, Sept. 1, 1919, not yet discharged 
from service. 



BOrER. HOMER BROOKS— Son of 
Mrs. Elma Boyer, entered service 
Sept. 23, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee 
and there attached to Headquarters' 
Company, 328th Infantry. He sailed 
May 1, 1918, returned May 21, 1919 
and was honorably discharg^ed June 6^ 
1919. 




BROOKS, CHARLES McKINLEY — 
Son of Edward F. Brooks, enlisted in 
May 1915, with Company E, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. He went to 
Camp Hancock and on May 3, 1918 
sailed for France, returned in May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
later that nlonth. 



BROSNATCH, ANDREW JR. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Brosnatch. He 
entered the service Aug. 1918. was as- 
signed to Knox and was attached to 
the Headquarters of the 68th Field 
Artillery. Corporal Brosnatch was 
honorably discharged Dec. 1918. 




BRO\\N, LEWIS MARTIN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown, enlisted 
June 15, 1918, was sent to Camp Pitt, 
was attached to Motor Car Company 
No. 314 and transferred to Motor 
Transportation Company No. 619. He 
sailed Sept. 19, 1918, returned July 
9, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 18, 1919 with rank of Sergeant. 




BROUSH, FRANK CHARLES— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broush, went 
into service July 9, 1918, was sent to 
Fort Morgan and attached to Battery 
A, 323rd Field Artillery, 32nd Divi- 
sion. He sailed overseas Sept. 19, 
1918, returned May 24, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 28th of 
that month. 






HROUSH. WILLIAM TED — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broush, entered 



BRIERCHECK. JUSEIH EDWARD BUMGARD, ELIAS ALAfoTl' 

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KlXtiARD, ELMER RUSSEL — Son 
ul Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Bungard, en- 



service in Sept. 1918. He was sent enlisted May 3, 1917 with Company gard, enlisted May 28, 1919 in the tered service July 23, 1918. He was 

to Camp Forrest, attached to the En- E, 110th Infantry, 28th Division and Navy. He was stationed at Cape May sent to Camp Lee attached to the 

gineers' Corps, was appointed Sergeant was assigned to Camp Hancock. He and Wissahickon Barracks and was Provost Guards and was honorably 

and was honorably discharged from sailed for France May 3, 1918, was honorably discharged from service Dec. discharged from service Feb. 6, 1919. 

service Jan. 19, 1919. gassed, returned May 1918 and was 31, 1918. 

honorably discharged later that month 

with the rank of Corporal. 



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BURKHOLDER, JOHN L,, M. D. — 
Enlisted in the Medical Corps in Aug. 
1917. He was sent to Fort McPher- 
son, commissioned Captain, sailed 
March 1918, was stationed at Le 
Blaines, returned June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the middle ot 
that montli. 



BURNS, ROBERT — Entered service 
Sept. 24, 1917, was assigned to 
Montreal and attached to Unit I. W. 
D, of the Royal Engineers of the Ca- 
nadian Army. He went overseas, ro- 
turned Sept. 19, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Sept. 23, 1919. 



BURTNER. JAMKS I-i — S.m of .Mr, 
and Mrs. James Burtner. He entered 
service March 1918, was assigned to 
Columbus Barracks and was attached 
to the Headquarters' Dept. He sailed 
June 1918, returned May 5, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 12, 
1919. 



UUSISE, WILLI A. M S,,:, ,,f Mrs. 
Freda Busse, entered ^ervii^e Sept. 
23, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Supply Company, 328th 
Infantry, 82ud Division. He was 
transferred to Camp Gordon, sailed 
for France May 1, 1918, returned May 
22, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service June 2, 1919. 





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CAIX. IIARKY J. — Son of Loviiki 
Cain, enlisted in April 1917, with 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
vision and was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock. He sailed for France May 2, 
1918, was wounded at Courmont, re- 
turned Oct. 21, 1918 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Jan. 11, 
1919. 



CARBAUGH. FRANK W. — Son of 
Mrs. Annie Imel, entered service in 
Jan. 1915 and was assigned to the 
Mexican border. Trained with Com- 
pany E, llOth Infantry at Camp Han- 
cock and sailed overseas May 2, 1918. 
Rated as a Sergeant. Gassed Aug. 21. 
1918, was wounded by bullet through 
left lung in the Argonne forest »^ept. 
26, 1918. Returned Feb. 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged Feb. 16, 
1919. 



OARPINELLI, VICTOR— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Carpinelli, entered 
service in Feb. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee, attached to Company D, 
319th Infantry, sailed in May 1918 
and was killed in action, Sept. 1919 in 
the Argonne offensive. 



CAKR. MILTON — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William W. Carr, enlisted May 
2, 1917, was sent to Camp in New 
York and attached to Headquarter' s 
Comj^any of the 2nd Field Artillery, he 
sailed for France Dec. 13, 1917, was 
made Corporal, awarded a Croix de 
Guerre, returned Aug. 6, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service one 
week later. 








CESARIO. BARTOLO— Entered ser- 
vice May 25, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Grcenleaf and attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 78. He sailed overseas Sept. 
1, 1918, returned July 7. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged on the 16th 
of that month. 



CHKRNITSKV. JOHN MATTHEW 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Chernitsky. 
He entered service Sept. 5, 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Greenleaf and was 
attached to the Medical Corps of the 
55th Base Hospital Unit. Chernitsky 
went overseas Oct. 5. 1918. He died 
of pneumonia on the way over. Oct. 
18th, and was buried Oct. 28. in Liv- 
erpool, England. 



CHERNITSKY. JOHN E. — Son of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Chernitsky, entered 
service Sept. 23, 1917, was sent to 
Camp Gordon and attached to Company 
H, 327th Infantry, 82nd Division. He 
sailed overseas May 1, 1918, was 
gassed and shell shocked, returned in 
Feb. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Sept. 1919. 



CHORPENNING. HARRY WARD — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chorpen- 
ning, entered service May 2, 1919, was 
sent to Fort Thomas and placed with 
Headquarters' Company, 52nd Infan- 
try, 6th Division. He sailed overseas 
in July 1918, was in a number of 
large battles, returned June 1919 and 
was honorably discharged later that 
month. 





CHORPENNING. HOMER ORAN — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chorpen- 
ning, entered service May 2, 1918, was 
sent to Fort Thomas and attached to 
Company D, 17th Machine Gun Bat- 
talion, 6th Division. He sailed in July 
1918, was made Sergeant, returned in 
June 1919 and was honorably dicharg- 
ed later that month. 



CHORPENNING, LLOYD SHER- 
MAN — Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. 
Chorpenning, entered service Feb. 26, 
1918, was sent to Camp Lee and there 
attached to Company A, 112th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. He sailed in April 
1918, was wounded and in the hospital 
for two months, returned May 5, 1919 
and was honorftbly discharged two 
days Ut«r. 



CHORPENNING, WALTER ELMO 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chorpenning, 
entered service June 26, 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Lee, was stationed 
at the remount station and was honor- 
ably discharged March 24, 1919. 




CLOSE, ROBERT HUGH — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Close, enlisted in 
the Fall of 1918. He was in the S. A. 
T. C. at the University of Pittsburgh 
and was honorably discharged from 
military service in Dec. 1918. 



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CLOSE, WILLIAM E — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Hugh Close, enlisted in 
Aviation in the Pall o£ 1917. He was 
assigned to "Waco, Texas, commission- 
ed 2nd Lieutenant and was honorably 
discharged from service the early part 
of 1019. 




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CUUK, JAMES E. — Son of Mr. and COPE, GEORGE W. — Son of John 

Mrs. Spery Cook. He entered service Cope, entered service in Sept. 1917, 
Sept. 12, 1918, was assigned to Cape was sent to Camp Lee and attached 1916 with Company I, 110th Infantry, 



May and attached to the Navy, 
is still in the service. 



He to the Artillery Corps of the 32nd 
Division. He sailed July 1918, re 
turned May 1919, was honorably dis 



COPE, BENJAMIN IIAKliKSUN — 
Son of John Cope, enlisted May 16, 



8th Division. He went to Camp 
Hancock, sailed May 2, 1918, was 
wounded by shrapnel, returned in May 



charged from service June 1919 but 1919 and was honorably discharged 



re -enlisted in the Air Service. 



from service on the 23rd 
month. 



of that 




CREAMCHECK, MICHAEL — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Creamcheck. He 
enlisted May 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Hancock, later to Merritt and 
was attached to Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He was a 
1st Class Private. He sailed May 2, 
1918, was in the battles of Marne, 
Ourcq, Vesle, Aisne and Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, was wounded in the left knee 
and was in the hospital for three 
months. He returned May 11, 1919 
and was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



(.RU.SriLAND, WILLIAM S. — Sun 
of George and Alice Crossland, enlisted 
June 3, 1916 with Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He went to 
Camp Hancock and sailed May 3rd, 
was slightly gassed and wounded, re- 
turned June 20, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
25lh of that month. 




CKUSAN. ARTHUR BERT — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Crusan, enlisted 
in 1915 with Company E, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division and was assigned 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed in the 
Spring of 1918, was wounded in the 
leg three times, returned in Jan. 1919 
and was at the time of publication not 
yet discharged. 




CUNNINGHAM, CLIFFORD — Son 
Henrv and Annie Cunningham, enlisted 
Aug. '29, 1917 with Company D. 150th 
Machine Gun Battalion. He was sent 
to Reading, sailed overseas in Nov. 
1917. returned May 1. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month. 







DEEMER, THOMAS— Son of Mrs. 
Emma Deemer, enlisted June 1, 1917. 
went to Camp Perry and was attached 
to Battery A. 134th Field Artillery. 
He transferred to Camp Sheridan and 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, sailed July 
18, 1918, returned March 31, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
April 24, 1919. 



DELLON. STEWART P. — Son of 
James and Grace Dellon, enlisted Oct. 
18. 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at Oberlin College and was honorably 
discharged Dec. 12, 1919, 



DI PASQUALE, ]k»N'ATO — Enter- 
ed service May 13, 1695, was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with Company 
M, 320th Infantry, 80th Division. He 
sailed May 18, 1918, was wounded iu 
the left shoulder, returned Jan. 3. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
in March 1919. 



DESSESAW, JAMES C. — Son of 
Edward Dessesaw, entered service 
Aug. 3, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Custer, and was attached to Company 
C, 542nd Engineers. Dessesaw went 
overseas Sept. 20, 1918. returned July 
16, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged July 23, 1919. 




DOMEN. JOSEPH — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph J. Domen, entered ser- 
vice Feb. 12, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to 317th Field Hos- 
pital, 305th Sanitary Train. He sailed 
May 25, 1918. returned May 31, 1919 
and was honorably discharged June 9, 
1919. 



DOWNS, WILLIAM — Son of 

Thomas Downs, entered service May 
25, 1918, was assigned to Lee, Con- 
valescent Hospital and was attached to 
Medical Department. Sergeant Downs 
went overseas Sept. 1, 1918, returned 
July 29, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Aug. 7, 1919. 



DOYLi;, I'ATKli i: -Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Patrick L»u\ Ic He entered ser- 
vice July 23, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee, later to Harrison and Up- 
ton and was attached to Company E, 
118th Engineers. Sergeant Doyle sail- 
ed Aug. 15, 1918, was iu the battles 
of Verdun and Argonne, returned July 
7, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
July 12, 1»I». 



DREAGOVICH. NICK — Son of 
James Dreagovich, entered service 
Sept. 23, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Gordon and attached to Company F, 
307th Engineers. Dreagovich was 
honorably discharged Feb. 22, 1919. 



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DUDA, STANLEY TED— Son of DDNKERS, PETER— Son of J. .In, HZAMlJu. JOHN— Son of John DZAMBO, SIIKE— Son of John 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Duda. He en- B. and Mary Duukers, entered Mili- Diambo, entered service Feb. 12, 1918, Dzambo, entered service April 29, 

tered service Sept. 3. 1918, was as- tary service, was sent to Camp and was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 1917, was assigned to Fort Bliss and 

signed to Camp Forrest, later to Sher- later to France. He returned June 22. ed to the Provat Guard Co. He was attached to Battery A, 82nd Field 

man and was attached to 1st Battalion 1919 and was honorably discharged 1st Class Private, and was honorably Artillery. Sergeant Dzambo was hon - 

of Engineers. He was a 1st Class June 25, 1919. discharged April 24, 1919. orably discharged April 11, 1919. 
Private and was honorably discharged 
Dec. 1918. 







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EASTON. JAMES O. — Son of Mr. l-.i ■|^ |-.i.. A.MnS -Snn .,( Mr^. IJ.Ko, .' i iHN- - -s.,n nf (i.-uri^r i-.,kn, i: \' AX<.-Ili ), MIKE — J^oii of Mike 

and Mrs. Thomas Easton, entered the Josephiuu ELkcl, entered service May entered service Feb. 1915, was as- Evaucho. He entered service July 23, 

Officers' Training School at Camp 25, 1918, was sent to Camp Greenleaf signed to San Diego and was attached 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 

Seveir. He was commissioned 2nd and there attached to Base Hospital to the 32nd Infantry. Elko sailed attached to the Army. Evancho was 

Lieutenant, and was honorably dis- No. 79. He sailed Sept. 15, 1918. re- in the Spring of 1918, returned April honorably discharged July 30, 1918. 

charged from service Dec. 15, 1918. turned June 27, 1919 and was hon- 1919. and was honorably discharged 

orably discharged July 2, 1919. the same month. 







DE FAUST, KAYMUXU— Son of FITZPATKICK. JAMES F,— Son of FITZPATRICK. JOHN M.— Sun of FOREJT, CHARLES— Son of Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey De Faust, en- Mrs. Catherine Fitzpatriek. entered Mrs. Catherine Fitzpatrick. enlisted in and Mrs. Simon Forejt. entered service 

listed Sept. 17. 1917. He was sent service July 3, 1918, was sent to March 1916. was sent to EI Paso. May 25, 1918. He was sent to Port 

to Camp McPherson, was first assigned Washington, D. C. and attached to the Texas and was attached to the 6th Oglethorpe and was honorably dis- 

to Red Cross Hospital Unit L. the Quartermasters' Corps, Refrigerating Cavalry. He sailed in March 1918. charged from the service Dec. 25, 

Camp Hospital No. 21. sailed overseas Plant No. 1. He sailed in Sept. 1918, returned in June 1919 and was, Sept. 1918. 

March 25, 1918. returned May 28, and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in service 1. 1919, still in service. 

1919 and was honorably discharged overseas. 
from service in June 1919 with the 
rank of Sergeant. 






FOREJT. EDWARD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Forejt. enlisted July 20, 
1918 at Columbus Barracks. He was 
attached to Company D, 323rd Field 
Artillery, 32nd Division, sailed Sept. 
1918. returned in May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 29, 1919. 



FOREJT, FRANK — Sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Forejt, enlisted July 22, 
1917 with Company E, llUth Infantry, 
28th Division and was sent tr* Camp 
Hancock . He sailed May 3. 1918. was 
wounded July 29, 1918 and died Oct. 
16, 1918 of disease and not the ef- 
fects of the wound. 



FOREJT, JOHN JR. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Forejt, enlisted April 
27, 1918 in the Na^v. He was as - 
signed to Wissahickon Barracks, plac- 
ed on board the U. S. S. Kingsly, was 
attached to the band, made several 
trips overseas and was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 24, 1918. 



FOREJT, WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Simon Forejt, enlisted July 
10, 1917 with Company E. 110th In- 
fautrv, 28th Division. He went to 
Camp Hancock May 3. 1918. sailed 
for France, was in all the important 
battles, returned May 11, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
May 23, 1919. 



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FOX. JOriUl'II— ;:^uu ui Mrs. Anna 
Fox, enlisted June 24, 1918. was in 
recruiting office until May 30. 1918. 
was then sent to Camp Eagle Pass and 
attached to Company G, 3rd Infantry. 
Was given the rank of Sergeant and 
was honorably discharged from ser ■ 
vice May 30. 1919. 



FOX. II, CLIFI-"nKl>— Sou of Mr 
and Mrs. Lyman Fox. He entered ser- 
vice Aug. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Sheridan and was attached to the 
112th Sanitary Train, with the Medical 
Department of the 148th Field Hos- 
pital. Fox sailed June 1918, was in 
the battles of St. Mihiel, Argonne and 
along the Belgian front. He returned 
March 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 




l'(.'.\. Kol'.KKT H. — .Sun of Mary L. 
and Jacob C. Fox, enlisted Sept. 12. 
1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. at 
Oberlin College and was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 15, 1918. 




FOX. WILMI-.l; ]■;. <<■:> uf M;iry L. 
and Jacob Z. Fox. enlisted in March 
1*j17 with Company E, 110th Infantry, 
28th Division. He sailed May 2, 1918. 
was in all the large battles with the 
28th Division, returned May 11, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service on the 23rd of that month with 
rank of Sergeant. 




FRAXCIS. CHARLES — Son of .Mr. 
and Mrs. John Francis, entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6. 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Headquarters' 
Company. 163rd Infantry. He sailed 
overseas in Feb. 1918. was made Cor- 
poral, returned in Feb. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month. 




FREUKKICK. Ji'mIn i .^Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Frederick- He en- 
listed May 3, 1917, was assigned to 
Hancock, and attached to the Supply 
Company, 110th Infantry. 28th Divi- 
sion. ^^'agoner Frederick sailed May 2, 
1918. was in the battles of Chateau 
Thierry, St. Mihiel and Meuse- Ar- 
gonne, was wounded in the battle of 
Meuse- Argonne. He ree turned May 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
the same month. 




FREJOFSKY. ANDREW — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frejofsky, enter- 
ed service Sept. 3, 1918. He was sent 
to Camp Forrest, Ga., was attached to 
the Engineers' Corps and was honor- 
ably discharged from service in Sept. 
1919. 




FRE.IUJ'SKY. JOSEPH JR. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Josei)h Frejofsky, enter- 
ed service May 24. 1918. went to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 58. He sailed Aug. 23, 
1918, returned April 28, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 7, 1919. 




FULTZ, JAMES VERNON — Son of 
James B. and Elizabeth O., entered 
service May 24, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and was attached to 
Basp Hosjiital No. 58. He sailed the 
latter part of Aug. 1918. returned 
April 27. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service May 7, 1919. 



GAGLIANO, FRANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Gagliano, enlisted Dec. 
6. 1917 in the Navy. He was sent to 
Newport and Harvard University, was 
on board the U. S. S. Virginia as a 
wireless operator and was honorably 
discharged from service June 18, 1919. 




GALLEY. JOSEPH N. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Orrin C. Galley, enlisted 
April 4, 1918 in Y. M. C. A. work. 
He was assigned to Camp Lee, worked 
mostly in the Ammunition Bldg., and 
was honorably discharged Dec. 23. 
1918. 



GANOS, RAFFAEL — Son o f Mr. 

and Mrs. Anthony Ganos. He entered 
service, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and was attached to Company G, 319th 
Infantry. He was a 1st Class Private, 
sailed May 18, 1918, was in the battles 
of Artois. St. Mihiel and Meuse -Ar- 
gonne. He returned June 2. 1919 and 

was honorably discharged June 17, 

1919. 





GARSTECKI. ANTHoNY J —Sun 
of Mrs. Mary Garstecki, entered ser- 
vice Aug. 6, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Wadsworth and attached to the Medi- 
cal Corps. He sailed Sept. 15, 1918, 
returned Jan. 19, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Feb. 10, 1919. 



(JARSTECKI. MICHAEL — Son of 
Mrs. Mary Garstecki, enlisted June 7, 
1917 with Company E, 110th Infantry. 
28th Division. He was sent to Camp 
Hancock, sailed overseas ilay 3, 1918, 
was severely gassed the latter part of 
July, returned May 11, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 23, 1919 




GARSTECKI. PETER — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Garsterki, entered service Si-pt. 
23, 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee. 
attached to Headquarters' Company, 
317th Infantry, 80th Division, was ap- 
pointed Sergeant Bugler for the Com 
pany and was honorably discharged in 
June 1919. 




GARSTECKI. WALTER R. — Son of 
Mrs. Mary Garstecki entered service 
April 4, 1918, was sent to Camp Leo 
and placed with Company B, 320th 
Infantry, 80th Division. He sailed 
June 2, 1918, was slightly wounded 
and gassed and was Sept. 1, 1919 still 
in service overseas. 



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GEARHART. ERNEST E. — Son ul" 
Fremont Gearhart, entered service Feb 
23, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and 
there attached to Company C, 601st 
Engineers. He sailed June 30, 1918, 
\\ as made Corjioi al, returned July 6. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service the 12th of that month. 




UEAKIIART, ROBERT S. — Sun of 
Fremont Gearhart. He entered service 
Aug. 6, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
AVadsworth and was attached to the 
4th Corps of the Heavy Artillery. 
Gearhart went overseas Sept. 3, 1918, 
was in the battles of Meuse-Argonne, 
Moselle and Army of Occupation. He 
returned June 28, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged July 3, 1919. 






GEARHART. HARRY iL- Sun uf OlliBS. WILLIAM HENRY — Son of 

C. A. and Laura Gearhart. entered ser- Mrs, Catherine Gibbs, enlisted June 

vice May 25. 1918, went to Camp 25. 1908. Hs was attached to the Ist 

Greenleaf and was attached to Head - Cavalry. Troop M, staticnf.d at Camp 

quarters' Company, Base Hospital No. Harry J. Jones and was, Sept. 1. 1919. 

58. He sailed S; pt 25, 1918 and was still in service. 
Sept. 1, 1919 not yet returned to the 
United States. 




GECELOSK\^ JOHN J, — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Geceloskv, enlisted 
May 4, 1918 with Company E. llOtii 
Infantry, 28th Division. He was sent 
to Camp Hancock, sailed May 1918. 
Was gassed and shell shocked, Yf • 
turned Jan. 13, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged one week later. 




GELSTHROPE, RAY F. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelsthorpe. en- 
listed July 1, 1918 in the Tank Corps, 
was sent to Camp Colt and attached 
to Company A. 336th Battalion. Hf 
sailed Oct. 28,, 1919. returned Aug. 
9, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 13th of that month with the 
rank of Corporal. 





GLOWACKI. JOHN FRANCIS — Son GONDA. STEVE AV. — Entered ser- 

of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Glowacki, vice Nov. 6, 1918. was sent to Camp 

entered service Sept. 21. 1917. Hn Lee and placed with Company A, 320th 

was sent to Camp Sherman, attarheil Infantry, SOth Division. He sailed 

to the 231st Infantry and was honor- May 18. 1918. was in a number of 

ably discharged from service Feb. 8. important battles, returned May 30th 

1918. 1919 and was honorably discharged 

from service June 8, 1919. 




GORETSKY, ALBERT J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goretsky, entered 
service May 2, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Forrest and attached to the 17th Ma- 
chine Gun Company. 6th Division. He 
sailed July 7, 1918, was made Ser- 
geant, returned June 19, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 18th of that month. 




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GOWTON. PETER — Son of John 
and Amanda Gowton, enlisted in 19lfi 
with the Supply Company, 110th In - 
fautry, 28th Division. He served on 
the Mexican Border, went to Camp 
Hancock, sailed May 2, 1918, returned 
May 11, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on the 23rd of that month. 



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GOWTON. THOMAS — Son of John 
and Amanda Gowton, enlisted June 4. 
1917 with the Supply Company, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was as 
signed to Camp Hancock. He sailed 
May 3, 1918, returned May 11, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service May 23, 1919. 




GANTZ, JOHN D. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Gantz, entered service in 
Sept. 1917. He was sent to Camp 
Sherman, placed with the 330th Med 
ical Corps and was honorably dis 
charged from service in April 1919 







GRANTZINGER, GEORGE W. — En 
tered service May 2, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Greenleaf and attached to 
Ambulance Company No. 323, Sanitary 
Train No. 306. He sailed overseas 
Aug. 8, 1918, returned June 16. 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service June 20, 1919. 




GRZEGORSKI. VINCENT— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Grzegorski, en 
tered service April 4. 1918, was sent 
to Camp Lee, Virginia and was placed 
with Company M. 319th Infantry, riOth 
Division. He sailed overseas May 17. 
1918, was gassed, then transferred to 
Company C, Battalion No. 2, Convales- 
cent Center, returned Dec. 22, 191R 
and was honorably discharged from 
service March 15, 1918. 



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HAAS. FRANK PAUL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Anthony Haas, entered ser* 
vice Sept. 6, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Pike, attached to the 4th Train- 
ing Battalion and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Nov. 28, 1918. 



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HAAS, JOHN A. — Son of Mrs. Fred 
Haas, entered service May 25, 1918, 
was sent to Rockford, 111., and attach* 
ed to the Medical Corps. He sailed 
overseas in Aug. 1918, returned to 
March 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged in April 1919, 



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HANKI.XSON. WILLIAM C. — Sua 
Mrs. Catherine Hayes, entered service 
June 23, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Stewart thin Camp Lee, was attached 
to the Depot Brigade. Receiving De- 
tachment and was honorably discharg- 
ed from service Dec. 28, 1918. 




IIALSLLK. JOSEI'II — Sou of Chas. 
Hausele. He entered service Sept. 22, 

1917, was assigned to Camp Lee, 36th 
Company of the 153rd Depot Brigade, 
82nd Division. He ranked as a 1st 
Class Private, went overseas June 4, 

1918, returned March 6. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged March 15, 1919. 




IIARHAGER. JOSEPH— Son of 
Mrs. Josephine Harhager, entered ser- 
vice May 25, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Base Hos 
pital No, 57. He sailed Aug. 1, 1918. 
returned Aug. 26. 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service Sept. 
2. 1919. 




HARENCHAR. JOHN— Son of Paul 
Harenchar, enlisted March 1916. was 
assigned to Camp Hancock and was 
attached to Company E, 110th In- 
fantry. 28 th Division. Harenchar 
sailed May 3, 1919, was wounded 
in the hip on July 29, 1918, at 
Chateau Thierry, returned Nov. 1918 
and was honorably discharged Dec. 
1918. 




HARENCHAR, I'ALL — Son of Paul 
Harenchar, enlisted June 22, 1916, was 
assigned to Camp Hancock, attached 
to Company E, 110th Infantry, 2Sth 
Division, Corporal Harenchar went 
overseas May 3, 1918. was in the 
battles of Ourcq. the Somme and Ar- 
gonne, was slightly gassed, returned 
from overseas May 12, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 23, 1919. 






liAK\AN. UlCORGE — Son of Jos.'i.h 
Harvan, entered service Sept. 5. 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf. at- 
tached to 74 Tacuation Ambulance Co. 
Wagoner Harvan sailed Nov. 1918, re- 
turned June 1919 and was honorably 
discharged July 3, 1919. 




HARVAN, JOHN — Son of Joseph 
Harvan. entered service Sept. 23. 
1917, was assigned to Camp Lee. at 
tached to Company H, 327th Infantry. 
82nd Division. Corporal Harvan went 
overseas May 1. 1918, was in the bat- 
tles of Argonne, St. Mihiel and Toul, 
was slightly gassed, returned from 
overseas May 18, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged May 29, 1919. 




HAR\ AN. MlCHAhL — son of Mrs. 
Lizzie Harvan. He entered service 
Julv 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee 
and attached to Company H, 327th 
Infantry, 82nd Division. Harvan 
went overseas May 1918, was in 
several battles, was severely gassed, 
returned Jan. 16, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 3, 1919. 



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HAT. HARRY N. — Son of Mrs. Su- 
san Dills, entered service Feb. 23, 
1918. was attached to Company I, 
112th Infantry. 28th Division, was 
sent first to Camp Lee then Camp 
Hancock. He sailed May 7, 1918, re- 
turned April 30, 1919 and was honor - 
ablv discharged from service May 6. 
1919. 



HAWSE, JAMES ASTON — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hawse, entered 
service April 4, 1918, went to Camp 
Lee and was there assigned to the 
320th Machine Gun Company. 80tb 
Division. He sailed May 17. 1918, 
was wounded in the shoulder Nov. 1. 
1918, returned May 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
June 7, 1919. 




HOYMAN, CLARENCE PERRY— HOYMAN. ELMER — Entered ser- 

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hoymau, vice in 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 

entered service Sept. 2. 1918. He and attached to the Veterinary Corps, 

was sent to Camp Forrest, attached to He was transferred to Camp Green - 

the Engineers' Corps, was transferred leaf, sailed in the Spring of 1918, was 

to Camp Sherman and was honorably made Corporal, returned in Aug. 1919 

discharged Dec. 21, 1918.- and was honorably discharged from 

service later that month. 





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HENKEL. DANIEL — Son of Mr. HoLMES, RAY.MtjND— Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Henry Henkel, entered ser- and Mrs. Harry Holmes, enlisted May 

vice April 4, 1918. He was sent to 4, 1917, was attached to Company B, 

Camp Lee attached to Company K. 2Gth Infantry, 1st Division. He sailed 

3l9th Infantry, sailed in June 1918 in June 1917, was made Corporal, re 

and was killed in action Nov. 1, 1918 turned in June 1919, was honorably 

in the Argonne offensive. discharged later that month but re- 
enlisted with Troop 0, 2nd Cavalry. 



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ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes, en 
listed in Feb. 917, was sent to Texas 
and attached to Company C, 16th In- 
fantry. He sailed in June 1917, re- 
turned Sept. 5. 1919 and was, Sept. 
1, 1919, still in service. 




HnXSE. IRA CASPER — Son of C. 
W. House, entered service Feb. 12. 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company D, 319th Infan- 
try, 80th Division. Honse was 
honorably discharged March 16, 1918. 



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HORNER. ELilKK— S„n nf Mr. and 
Mrs. W. J. Horner, entered service 
May 25. 1918 and was sent to Camp 
Grepnleaf. He was attached to the 
Medical Corps, was several days out 
at sea when the Armistice was sigtied 
and was ordered back, honorably dis- 
charged June 27, 1919. 





IiitST(.)l''FER, JOIIX S..T1 nf Mrs. 
Catherine Moser, enlisted with Com - 
panj- E, 110th Infantry, 28th Division, 
was sent to Cam]i Hancock with that 
outfit. Sailed overseas May 1918, was 
wounded and in the hosijital for about 
a month, returned in May 1919 and 
was honorably discharged a little later. 




HOSTETLKK. HARRY GROVER — 
Son of Sarah Hostetler. enlisted July 
15, 1917, was sent to Camp Mills and 
attached to Company D, 150th Ma 
chine Gun Battalion, 42nd Division. 
He sailed Dec. 13, 1917, lost the sight 
of his right eye from the eflFects of 
gas, returned in March 1919 and was 
honorably discharged April 15, 1919. 



HRIBAL, CHARLES— Sun uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Hirbal, entered ser- 
vice Sept. 23, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Headquarters 
Company, 320th Field Artillery. He 
was transferred to Camp Gordon, sail- 
ed May 19, 1918, returned June 11, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 14th of that month. 



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HKIHAL, FKAMv JK. — .Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Hribal, entered ser- 
vice Sept. 23, 1918, went to Camp 
Lee and was there attached to Head - 
quarters' Company 320th Field Artil- 
lery. He sailed May 18, 1918, re- 
turned May 9, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service May 15, 
1919. 




HUDOCK. ANDREW — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Hudock, enlisted in 
July 1918, in the Navy, He was sent 
to the Great Lakes Naval Training 
School, was in the band and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in 
March 1919. 





HUFFMAN. HOMER C— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Huffman, en - 
listed July 13, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Green and attached to Company A, 
8th Field Signal Battalion, 4th Divi- 
sion. He sailed May 25, 1918, was 
in a number of the largo battles, re- 
turned July 27, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Aug. 5, 1919. 



HUFFMAN. RAY C— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Huffman, entered 
service Oct. 7, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company A, 163rd 
Infantry. He later transferred to 
Company B, 18th Infantry, 1st Divi- 
sion, sailed in Feb. 1918, returned \n 
Aug. 1919 and was honorably dis - 
charged on the 25th of that month. 





HYDE, GEORGE D. — Son of IGNOTCHECK. FRANK — Son of 
Thomas Hyde, enlisted June 3, 1916, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ignotcheek. He 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, was entered service May 1918, was assign- 
attached to Company E, 110th Infan- ed to Washington, D. C. was attached 
try, 28th Division. Corporal Hyde to the Medical Corps of the Walter 
went overseas May 2, 1918, was in Reed Hospital. Ignotcheek was hon- 
battles of Chateau Thierry, Ourcq and orably discharged Au?. 1919, and re- 
Vesle, returned June 1919 and was enlisted, 
honorably discharged the same month. 




IGNOTCHECK, JOHN — Son of Mrs. 
Adam Klimek. He entered service 
May 1, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to the 51st 
Infantry. He was honorably discharg- 
ed. 




JACKSON, WILLIAM CHARLES — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson. 
He entered service May 25. 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Greenleaf, was at- 
tached to the Base Hospital No. 58. 
He was 1st Class Private, sailed Aug. 
1918, returned May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged the same month. 






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JACKSON, JOSEPH ROBERT — JOHNSON, \\[L[,IAM M.KINLKY 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson. — Son ut Mr. ;inii Mrs. Jl'.s.-,c F. Juhu- 
He entered service July 23, 1918, was son. entered service Sept. 5, 1918. was 
assigned to to Cam]> Lee, attached to sent to Camp Greenleaf and was at- 
Company E, 16th Infantry, 80th Di- tached to Evacuation Ambulance Corn- 
vision. He was a 1st Class Private, j)any No. 79. He was transferred to 
sailed Sept. 1918, was in the battles Camp Upton, sailed Nov. 12. 1918, 
of Meuse-Argonne. He returned and returned Feb. 22, 1919 and was honor- 
was honorably discharged Sept. 1919. ably discharged later that month. 



-KiXKS, K.MIL ANDREW — Smi .if .ItiKHAN. ANDREW — Son of An- 

Mr. iiii.ll ilrs. Joseph Jones, enli.stiJ drtw and Margaret Jordan, entered 

in April 1918 with Troop G, 7th Cav- service April 18, 1918, was sent tf 

airy. He was stationed at Fort Bliss Camji Meade and placed with Compan 



and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in service. 



B, 27th Engiueers, 26th Division. He 
sailed July 1, 1918, returned Jan. 24, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service Feb. 8, 1919. 



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JORDA-N. -It'ii.X ALti;i-.i> — .-.on <.i 
Andrew and Margaret Jordan, enlisted 
May 1(5, 1913 in the Navy, was in the 
Mexican - Haitian Campaign at Vera 
Cruse and was Naval Attache at Ellis 
Island. He was then iilaced on lioard 
the U. S. S. Delaware, made three 
trips across and was honorably dis- 
charged from service July 1, 1919. 




.loUI'AN, THu.MA.-^ it^^.^uii oi 
Mrs. Margaret Jordan, enlisted June 
]8. 1917 with Company E. 110th In- 
fantry. 28th Division. He was as - 
signed to Camp Hancock, was Imrned 
with Mustard Gas at Fismes, returned 
in Deo. 1918 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Jan. 20, 1919. 




KA-N I t'JilK. I. tlAlil.l',.^— >on ot 
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kantorik. He 
entered service May 25, 1918, was as- 
signed to Camj) Greenleaf. later to 
Grant and I'pton and was atta.-hed to 
the Medical Corps of Hasp Hospital 
No. 58. He sailed Aug. 23. 1918. re- 
turned April 27, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged May 7, 1919. 




KAl-l lA (.hoKiih^Son of John 
Kajiuta, entered service Oct. 18, 1918, 
was assi^ed to Paris Island and was 
attached to the Marines. Kaputa was 
honorably discharged Sept. 15, 1919. 




KEARNKY, CIIRIST(H'HP:R— Son 
of Thomas Kearney enlisted April 22. 

1917, was assigned to Camj) Hancock 
and atached to Sujiply Companv of 
the 10th Infantry. He sailed May 3, 

1918. was in the battles of Meuse-Ar- 
gonne and Theacourt. returned May 
11, 1919 and was honorablv discharged 
May 23. 1919. 



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KATTKKA. FRANK I'AUL — Son of 
Frank Kattera, enlisted Dec. 19, 1912 
with Company E. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. He sailed May 3, 1918, was 
gassed twice, returned in May 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service on the 23rd of that month. 




KAMINSKI. CARL F.— Son of Mrs. 
Annie Kaminski, entered service Sept. 
5, 1918, was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and there attached to the 316th Am- 
bulance Corps. 79th Division. He sail- 
ed in Oct. 1918, returned June 1, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service ten days later. 



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KOZBELT. ANDRK\V--Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Kozbelt, entered ser- 
vice May 25, 1918. was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and placed with Base 
Hospital No. 58. He was transferred 
to Camp Grant, sailed Aug. 23, 1918 
and died of Pneumonia, Oct. 10, 1918. 





KOZBELT, FRANK — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Kozbelt, entered ser- 
vice May 25, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and placed with Base Hos- 
l»ital No. 58. He sailed Aug. 23, 1918, 
returned April 27, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service May 7, 
1919. 



KOZHELT, JOHN — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph Kozbelt, entered service 
May 25, 1918, went to Camp Greenleaf 
and was attached to Base Hosjaital No. 
dS. He was transferred to Camp 
Grant, sailed Aug. 23, 1918, returned 
April 27, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service May 7, 1919. 




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KEARNS, JAMES — Son of Mrs. 
Ellen Kearns. He entered service May 
25, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to Hos - 
pital No. 58. He held rank of 1st 
Class Private. Sailed Aug. 28, 1918, 
returned April 30, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged May 7, 1919. 





KEARNS. JOHN — Son of Martin 
Kearns. He entered service Sept. 23, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Lee and 
attached to Campany C, 320th Machine 
Gun Battalion. 1st Class Private 
Kearns sailed April 25, 1918, returned 
May 6. 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 16, 1919. 





KEEGLER. JOSEPH FREDERICK 
— Son of Mrs. Frederick Krouser, en- 
listed April 23, 1917 with Company E, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was sent to Camp Hancock, sailed in 
the Spring of 1918, was made Cor- 
poral, gassed, returned in May 1919 
and was honorably discharged later 
that month. 



KELLER. VINCi:\'r s.,n of Mrs. 
Jennie Keller, enlist. -d April 26, 1917 
with Company E. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division and was sent to Camp Han- 
cock. He sailed May 3. 1919. was 
wounded in the right arm Aug. 26, 
1918, returned in May 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 23. 1919. 



KELLER, WILLIAM E.— Sou of 
Mrs. Jennie Keller, enlisted June 7. 
1919, went to Camp Meade, was as- 
signed to 37lh Companv, 9th Battalion 
O. R. D. He sailed June 30, 1919 and 
was, Sept. 1, 1919, in the Army of 
Occupation in Germany. 



Kli.LAi; .iosi:i'Il ,1 —Son of Mr. 
and ilrs. Jacob Kiliars. enlisted April 
8, 1917 with Company E. 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. He was sent 
to Camp Hancock, sailed overseas May 
3, 1918, was gassed July 30, 1918, re- 
turned March 15, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged March 28, 1919 with 
the rank of Sergeant. 



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Thonias Kisse 
Feb. 12. 1918, 
Lee. attarhed 
Train, 80th Div 
sailed May 24, 
1919 and wa 
June 9. 1919. 




MICHA?:L— S<.ii of 
I. He entered service 
was assigned to Camp 
to the 320th Sanitary 
ision. ^Vagoner Kissell 
1918. returned May 30. 
honorably discharged 



KKTo, CHARLES J, — S..i. ..i .Mi 
and Mrs. John Keto. entered s>.'r\H(' 
April 28, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Lee. then Meade and Stewart, was at- 
tached to the Medical Corps and was 
honorably discharged July 23, 1919. 



KLINi liiMk", .loIlX MAirriX — 
fSon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klincliock, 
entered service Sept. 3, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Forrest attached to 
Company A, 124th Engineers and was 
honorably discharged from service 
Jan. 20, 1919. 




ivoi ixsKI, ^VALTKK FKLIX — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kocinski. He 
enlisted Dec. 1, 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Green, later to Stewart, and was 
attached to the Headquarters of the 
4th Infantry of the 3rd Division. He 
was a 1st Class Private. He went 
overseas April 5, 1918, was in the 
battles of Chateau Thierry. St. Mihiel, 
and Meuse-Argonne, was wounded in 
the hospital 8 weeks, returned April 2, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
Ihp KnnT^' month. 



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KUCIX.^KV, LRONIK W .—Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Kocinsky. He 
entered service April 4, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and later to Sher- 
man, was attached to Company B, 
320th Infantry, 80th Division. He 
was a 1st Class Private, sailed May 
15. 1917. was in the battles of St. Mi- 
hiel and Somme, was wounded in the 
leg by shrapnel and was also gassed. 
He returned from overseas June 5, 
1919 and was honorablv discharged 
June 10. HMO. 



KOEHLE. V. li. 1,1AM i'AL L — .-^un 
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koehle, en- 
listed July 27, 1918. was sent to Camp 
Meigs, attached to the 501st refrig- 
erator Company and commissioned 2nd 
Lieutenant. He sailed for France in 
Sept. 1918. returned in July 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 




KALI', JAMK.S IRWIN — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. George Kalp. He en- 
tered service Sept. 9. 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Lee and was attached 
to the Medical Department of the 
320th Infantry of the 80th Division. 
He was a 1st Class Private. Sailed 
May 18, 1918, was in the battles of 
Somme, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne. 
Natillois and St. Juvian Sectors. He 
returned May 30, 1919 and was hon- 
or aldy discharged June 7. 1919. 



KALP. DAVID i-.Li— ^on of Mr. 
and Mrs. George H. Kalp, enlisted in 
Sept. 1918. He went to Findley Col- 
lege, was in the S. A. T. C. there and 
was honorably discharged in Dec. 
1919. 





KOMIECZNY. PAUL C. — Son of 
John Komieczny, entered service April 
28, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Battery B, 315th Artil- 
lery. Sailed May 25. 1919, was trans- 
ferred to Battery E, 150th Artillery, 
returned April 25. 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service May 3, 
1919. 



KOPERDAK. ALEX E.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Valent Koperdak. He enter- 
ed service Sept. 5, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Meade and was attached to 
the 115th Sanitary Train of the 40th 
Division. He is still in the service. 




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KOSTELONOCK, ANDY — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser Kostelonock, en- 
tered service June 28, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 53rd 
Infantry. He was later attached to 
the Officers' Training School and was 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
10, 1919. 





KOSTELONOCK. EUGENE— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser Kostelonock, en- 
listed with Company E, 11 0th Infan - 
try, 28th Division and was sent to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed May 3, 
1918, was wounded with shrapnel, re- 
turned May 11, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged May 23, 1919. 





KOSTELONOCK, FRANK — Son of KLASS, FRED C. — Son of Theo- 
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser Kostelonock, en- phiel Klaas, enlisted in May 1917. 
tered service May 24, 1918, was sent with Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 



to Camp Grant. He was attached to 
the Medical Corps and was honorably 
discharged from service Feb. 23, 1919. 



Division. He sailed in the Spring of 
1918, was Bugler, returned in Feb. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service later that monlh. 



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KUHN, RALPH A. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles L. Kuhn, entered service 
May 25. 1918, went to Camp Greenleaf 
and' transferred to Camp Merritt. 
Sailed overseas Aug. 1, 1918 and was 
assigned to the Medical Corps Base 
Hospital No. 57 at Paris, France. Re- 
turned Aug. 26. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Sept. 2, 
1919 at Camp Dix with rank of Ser- 
geant. 




KUFSCHAK, JOSEPH — Entered ser- 
vice Oct. 6, 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company C, 
319th Infantry, 80th Division. Kuf 
schak went overseas May 17, 1918, 
was in the battles of St. Mihiel, 
Meuse and Artois Sector. He re 
turned June 2, 1919 and was honor 
ably discharged June 12, 1919. 



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KUHN, GEORGE MARTIN— Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kuhn. He en- 
tered service Sejit. 23, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Lee, and attached to 
Company C. 6ih Engineers. 3rd Divi- 
sion. 1st Class Private Kuhn sailed 
April 29, 1918, was in battles of 
Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel and Ar- 
gonne, returned Jan. 30. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged Feb. 14, 1919. 



KURNOT. WILLIAM — Son ot ilr. 
and Mrs. William Kurnot. He enlisted 
June 11, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, and was attached to Com- 
pany E, 110th Infantry, 28th Division- 
He was a 1st Class Priv.Tte, went over- 
seas, was in the battles of Theacourt 
and the Fifth German offense. He re- 
turned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May lt*19. 



LAlilAK. JOSEPH — rtun of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Laviak. He enlisted April 
27, 1917, was assigned to Camp Han- 
cock, was attached to Company E. 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. La- 
biak sailed May 3. 1918, was 
in tive German offenses, and advance 
on Ourcq- Vesle, was wounded in leg 
by shrapnel, returned May 12. 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



LAIRD. JAMES B. — Son of Francis 
Laird. He entered service Sept. 23, 
1917. was assigned to Camp Lee, at- 
tached to Company H. 327th Infantry. 
82nd Division. Sergeant Laird went 
overseas May 1. 1918, was in battles 
of St. Mihiel. Meuse, Toul and Mor - 
bache, returned May 18, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 29, 1919. 







LANE, FRANK G. — Son of James LANE, HARRY S.^Son of Mr. 

Lane, enlisted with Headquarters James Lane, entered service Sept. 9, 

Company, 110th Infantry. 2Sth Divi- 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, at- 

sicn and was later transferred to the tached to the 320th Infantry, 80th Di- 

Machine Gun Company. He sailed vision and was honorably discharged 

in May 1918, was made Sergeant from service in Aug. 1918. 
Major, returned in April 1919 and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice later that month. 



LAVELLE, ANTHONY — Son of 
Anthony Lavelle, entered service May 
25. 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached t o the 
Base Hospital No. 58. Lavelle went 
overseas Aug. 24, 1918, returned May 
27, 1919. and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



LEONARD, ANGELO — Son of 

Michael and Louise Leonard, entered 
service Feb. 12, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company B, 
319th Infantry. 80th Division. He 
sailed in May 1918, returned June 5. 
1919 and was honorablv discharged 
June 10, 1919. 






LESKO, STEVE JOHN — Son of Mr. LESSMAN, CHARLES — Son of Ed- LEMMON, JAMES WADE — Son of LISKA, FRANK J. — Son of Anna 

and Mrs. Andy Lesko. He entered ward Lessman, entered service Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Lemmon, en- Liska, entered service June 6, 1918. 
the service Oct. 7, 1917. was assigned 29, 1918. He was sent to Lee then tered service Aug. 6, 1918, was sent He was sent to Peersburg, Pa., then 



to Camp Lee and was attached to the Beauregard, attached to the 29th In - 
Q. M. C. Det. Lesko was honorably fantry, 17th Division and was honor - 
discharged May 7, 1919. ably discharged Feb. 8, 1919. 



to Camp Wadsworth and attached to Aug. 22. 1918 to the Panama Canal, 
Guard Company No. 55. He was made returned and was honorably discharged 
Corporal, sailed in Sept. 1918, re- at Peersburg, Pa. 
turned in July 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged the latter part of that 
month. 



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LOGAN, THOMAS PATRICK — Son LOHR. I;l ssi i.L W. — Son of Mr. 

of Mrs. Mary Logan, enlisted Sept. and Mrs. A. S. Luhr. enlisted Nov. 8^ 
12, 1918 in the Navy. He was sent 1917. was sent to Camp Meade and 
to the Great Lakes Naval Training placed with Truck Company No. 3. 
Station, assigned to the U. S. S. In- 23rd Engineers. He was transferred 
diana and was honorably discharged to Camp Laurel, sailed March 30, 
in Feb. 1919. 1918, returned in July 1919 and was 

honorably discharged on the 16th of 

that month. 




McCLAIN. EDWARD A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William McClain, en- 
tered service June 1, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Oglethorpe, attached to 
Company I, 52nd Infantry. 6th Divi- 
sion, sailed overseas in July 1918, re- 
turned June 12, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
17th of that mouth. 



McCLAIN, EMi l:-':: Son of Wil- 
liam McClain, enii>tt-<i lu Oct. 1917 
with Headquarters Company, 91st Di- 
vision. He was sent to Camp Lewis, 
sailed in July 1918. returned in April 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
April 22, 1919 with the rank of Ser- 
geant. 



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McCLAIX. WALTIJ; l;AVM()\I> 
Son of William MiClain. enlisted in 
June 1917. with Company E. 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock. He sailed 
May 1918, returned in May 1919 and 
was honorably discliarged from ser- 
vice later that month. 




-M.CcK.MiCK, JAMES H. — Enter 
service Aug. 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Sherman, was attached to the 
112th Sanitary Train of the 148th 
Field Hospital. 37th Division. McCor- 
mick sailed June 1918, was in the 
battles of St. Mihiel. Argonne and 
on the Belgian front. He was 
drowned in the Sarthe River in Jan. 
1919. 




M<( -I H;T. M I K K V. — Sun <.f Pat - 
ri<k and Mary McCort, enlisted Julv 
10. 1918, with Company E, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division and was sent to 
Camp Hancock. He sailed May 1918. 
returned in May 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
23rd of that month. 



MrGEK, JAMES R.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James McGee, enlisted Oct. 
5, 1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at State College and was honorably 
discharged in Dec. 1918. 




McKlXXKV, \\IL:MEP —Son of 
Mis. Emma McKinney, entered servicp 
Aug. 3, 1918, was sent to Camp Grant 
and attached to Company D. 803rd 
Pioneer Infantry. He sailed in Sept. 
1918, returned in July 1919 and was 
honorably discharged later that month. 




McKL'ELA. STEPHEN— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrew McKulla. He enter- 
ed service March 6, 1918, was assign- 
to Camp Douglas and was attached to 
the Cavalry. He was a 1st Class Pri- 
vate and served on tlie Mexican border 
for one year. He was honorably dis- 
charged Sept. 6, 1919. 





MrLAIN. ROY H.— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Emma McLain. He enlisted May 
1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock, 
Meade and Jackson and was attached 
to Company M, 53rd Infantry. He 
had a rank of 2nd Lieutenant, sailed 
June 1918 was in the battles of St. 
Mihiel and Meuse - Argonne. He re - 
turned May 1919 and was honorably 
discharged May 14, 1919. 



McLAlX. i'JCAMv U. .^uii uf Mr. 
and Mrs. Iilmma McEain. He entered 
service June 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Johnson, was attached to the 
Motor Supply Train No. 42 1. Cor - 
poral McLain sailed Sept. 16, 1918, 
returned Sept. 29, 1019 and was hon- 
orably discharged the same mouth. 




MAATOOK, TOUFIK — Enlisted 
July 12, 1915 with 14th Cavalry, 
later transferred to the 19th Infantry, 
He still later transferred to 28th In- 
fantry, 1st Division, sailed June 12, 
1917, was wounded, returned Aug. 30, 
1919 and re -enlisted for one year in 
the Motor Transportation Corps. 




MALEK, ANTHONY STEPHEN— 
Son of Mrs. Stephen Malek, enlisted 
Jan. 8, 1918 in the S. A. T. C. at 
Jefferson Medical College. He was 
stationel at Philadelphia and was hon- 
orably discharged Dec. 18, 1918. 






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MALEK, JOSEPH MARION — Son 
of Mrs. Stephen Malek, enlisted Feb. 
9, 1915 with Company E. 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division. He was sta- 
tioned at Camp Hancock, was made 
Sergeant, sailed in the Spring of 1918 
and was killed July 28, when the 
110th Headquarters House was des- 
troyed. Sergeant Malek is buried at 
Oourmont, France. 



MARKS, DOMER JOSEPH— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Marks, en- 
tered service May 1918, was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to Base 
Hospital No, 61. He was transferred 
to Camp Lee, sailed in Sept. 1918, re- 
turned in July 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged in Sept. 1919. 




MAROSZ, LEON— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Marosz, entered service 
April 28, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company E, 16th In- 
fantry, 1st Division. He sailed in 
Sept. 1918, returned Sept. 3, 1919 
and was, Sept. 10, 1919, not yet dis- 
charged. 




MARKS, WADE GEORGE — Son of 
Mrs. Anna Marks, entered service Oct. 
11, 1918, was assigned to Penn State 
College and attached to the S. A. T. C. 
He was honorably discharged Dec. 21, 
1918. 




MATCOVICK. JOHN — Son of Jack 
Mateo vick, entered service Feb. 12, 
1918, was assigned to Lee and attach- 
ed to Company F, 305 th Engineers. 
Mat CO vick went overseas May 26, 
1918, was in battles of Somme, 
Artois and Meuse - Argonne. He re - 
turned June 3, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 11, 1919. 




MATISKO, JOHN — Son of Mrs. 
Mary Matisko. He entered service 
April 15, 1918, was assigned to the 
4th Field Artillery. He held rank of 
1st Class Private and was honorably 
discharged Jan. 1919. 



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.MKAIUIKH, ■IHil.MAS FKANI'IS - MKIUS, t'lIARLES— Sou of Eliza- MKLLORS, GEORGE — Son of Mrs. MILLER. HARRY CHRIST! )l'l£i:U 

Son of Mrs. Annie Maguire, enlisted betli and John Meigs, entered service Margaret Mellors. He entered serviee — .Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller. 

Aug. 19. 1918 in the Navy. He was Oct. 15, 1918. He was sent to Camp April 4, 1918, was assigned to Camp enlisted May 23. 1917 with the Supply 

assigned to Cape May and was honor- Greene, attached to the 13th Training Lee and attached to Company H. 319th Company. 110th Infantry, 28th Divi- 

ably discharged in Dec. 1918. Company. 4th Battalion. 154th Depot Infantry, 80th Division. Mellors sion. He was assigned to Camp Han- 

Brigade and was honorably discharged went overseas May 17, 1918, was cock, sailed the first part of May 1918. 

Jan. 9, 1919. in battles of Somme, St. Mihiel and returned April 29, 1919 and was hon- 

Meuse, returned May 20, 1919 and orably discharged from service May 

was honorably discharged June 12, 23, 1919. 
1919. 







MILLER, THOMAS E — Son of J. 



illLLIRON, EARL — Son of Mr. and 



MILLIRON. ELMER — Son of Mr. 



MILLIROX. LEE — Son of Mr. and 



J. Miller, enlisted with Company E. Mrs. Daniel Milliron. entered service and Mrs. Daniel Milliron. entered ser- Mrs. Daniel Milliron. entered service 



110th Infantry, 28th Division and was Oct. 7, 1918. He was assigned to 
assigned to Camp Hancock. He sailed Camp ^^'heele^ and was honorably dis- 
May 3, 1919, was slightly wounded, charged from service March 10, 1919. 
returned in March 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged later that month. 



vice April 4. 1918. He was assigned April 4, 1918. He was sent to Camp 

to Camp Lee, attached to Company C, Lee attached to Company B, 320th 

155th Depot Brigade, was made Cor- Infantry, sailed May 1918 and was 

poral and was honorably discharged killed in action in the Argonne Forest 

from service Dec. 5, 1918. Oct. 10, 1918. 







MINIX, GEORGE JAMES — Son of 



MISCOVISH, LOUIS M.— Son of 



MOORE. WILLIAM — Sou of Mrs. 



Mr. and Mrs. Minix. He entered ser- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Miscovish. He John Kessler. enlisted July 17. 1914. 

vice May 25. 1918, was assigned to entered service April 4, 1918, was as- was assigned to Camp Custer, and at- 

Camp Greenleaf and was attached to signed to Camp Lee and was attached tached to the 16th Cavalry. 85th Di- 

Base Hospital No. 61. He was a 1st to Company B. 320th Infantry. 80th vision. Moore w-ent overseas July 

Class Private, sailed Aug. 1918, re- Division. Miscovish was in several 17. 1918, returned May 16, 1919, 

turned May 1919 and was honorably battles, was wounded by machine gun and was honorably discharged June 18, 

discharged the same month. bullets, returned Jan. 1, 1919, and 1919. 

was honorably discharged April 26, 

1919. 



MOORE. CLYDE — Son of Mrs. John 
Kessler. entered service Jan. 12, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to Company A, 155th Depot Brig- 
ade. Moore was honorably discharged 
Dec. 1918. 




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M<'|;|;l(K. PAULUS— Sun of Mr, 
aiiii .Mia. Jaiob ilorick, enlisted Aiiril 
21, iyi6, was assigned to Company, 
110th Infantry, 28th Division. Ser- 
geant Merrick went overseas May 3, 
1918, was in the battle of Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, gassed and thigh shattered at 
Vesle. returned May 12, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



MILASKI. AXTUn.W L >.>u .m 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miila^ki, LUt.<-ii-d 
serviee May 27, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Gordon and attached to Com ■ 
pany D, 110th Engineers, 35th Di- 
vision. He sailed July 22, 1918, was 
in a number of important battles, re- 
turned April 19, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service May 
7, 1919, 




MLLLLV, (HAliLLS l';\ANS - S,mi 
uf l_'liurlct> K. MuUiii. oiitLTL-d i^cf\i':>j 
in Aug. 1918, was sent to Camp Al- 
fred Vail and attached to the 422nd 
Telrphone Battery Signal Corps. He 
was transferred to Camp Merritt, sail- 
ed Oct. 1918, was appointed Supply 
Sergeant, returned in Feb. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged later that 
month. 




\' I LIN. KDW'ARD EUGENE— Son 
vi ^JliLiil.- E. MuUin, enlisted in Oct. 
1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. at 
Oberlin College, ^Vesternville, Ohio. 
was acting Sergeant and was honor - 
ablv discharged from service in Dec. 
1918. 



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MULLIN. PAUL Jl.MLK.sijx Suh iU'LLlN, WILLIAM D. — Son of 

of Charles Mullin, enlisted in Sept. Charles E. MuUin, enlisted in Oct. 

1918. He was sent to Camp Forrest, 1918. He was attached to the S. A. 

attached to Company B, Engineers T. C. at State College and was hon- 

Corps, was made Top Sergeant and orably discharged in Dec. 1918. 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice in March 1919. 



MUItTHA. FELIX P.^Son of Mr. ilUTNAN.SKY. JOSEPH H. — Son 

and Mrs. John Murtha, entered ser- of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mutnansky. 

vice Sept. i.'3, 1917, was sent to Camp He entered service Sept. 2, 1918, was 

Lee and attached to Company D, 307th assigned to Camp Forest and was at- 

Engineers. He sailed May 18, 1918, tached to the Headquarter Dept., of 

returned May 9, 1919 and was honor- the 605th Engineers. Mutnansky 

ably discharged May 25, 1919 with the sailed Sept. 30, 1919, returned 

rank of Corporal. June 18, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 23, 1919. 







MVLi;6. IvL'ribLLL J — touu of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph B. Myers, entered 
service Oct. 17, 1918. was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to the 317th 
Infantry Band. He sailed May 26, 
1918, returned June 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
June 12, 1919. 



NAGGY, GABOR — Sun ol Andrew 
Naggy. He entered service April 4, 
1918, was assigUFid to Camp Lee, at- 
tached to Com^iany B, 320th Infantry. 
80th Division. Corporal Naggy went 
overseas May 18, 1918. returned May 
30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 



NATALE. IIONY — So-i vi ^U■. aa.l 
Mrs. Joseph Natale. He entered ser- 
vice Sept. 1917, was assigned to Camp 



NiODiiUW. ELSIE GILBERT — Son 
of Sarah Jane Nedrow, entered ser ■ 
vice Oct. 7, 1917, was sent to Camp 



Lee. and was attached to the 3rd Lee and attached to Company L, 166th 



Training Battalion of the 80th Divi 
sion. Corporal Natale was honorably 
discharged March 20, 1919. 



Infantry, Rainbow Division. He sail 
ed Feb. 28, 1918, was wounded at 
Chateau Thierry, returned Jan. 3, 1919 
and was honorably discharged from 
service the laiter part of Jan. 1919. 




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NEDROW, NORMAN EMERY — Son NEMETH MIKE — Son of Fanl NEMESESEK. CHARLES F. — Son NOVAK. JOHN— Son of Mrs. Anna 
of Sarah Jane Nedrow, entered ser- Nemeth. entered service Oct. 5. 1918, of Mary and August Neuisesi'k, enlist- Novak, enlisted in July 1917 with 
vice Feb. 23, 1918. He went to Camp was assigned to Paris Island and at- ed June 24, 1918. was assigned to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th Di- 
Lee was attached to the Medical De- tached to the Marines. Nemeth was Fort Totten and attached to Battery vision and was assigned to Camp Han- 
partment and was honorably discharg- honorably discharged April 12, 1919. F, 74th Coast Artillery Corps. He cock. He sailed May 3, 1918, return- 
ed May 7, 1919. sailed overseas Sept. 24, 1918, re- ed May 11, 1919 and was honorably 

turned Dec. 23, 1918 and was honor- discharged May 23, 1919. 

ably discharged Jan. 3, 1919. 






NEWELL. CLINTON— Son of Mr, 
and Mrs. W 
30. 1918. H. 
I, 16th Cav 
Benito. Texas 
charged from 



D. Newell, enlisted July 
e was attached to Troop 
airy, stationed at San 
and was honor.ibly dis- 
service May 21, 1919. 



NEWELL, EDWARD CLARENCE — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Presley Newell, 
entered service July 23, 1918. He 
was sent to Camp Lee, then Morrison, 
was attached to the 3rd Aviation Re- 
pair Detachment and was honorably 
discharged from service in Dec. 1918. 



NEWILL. KENNETH EARL — En- 
listed June 17, 1918 with the Coast 
Artillery Corps and was assigned to 
Portress Monroe, transferred to the 
Anti Air Craft Battery, 4th Battalion 
and sailed overseas with that outfit, 
Oct. 1, 1918. He was slightly wound- 
ed, returned in Jan. 1919 and was, 
Sept. 1, 1919, in service with ths 
Motor Transportation Corps. 



O'CONNOR, EDWARD M. — Son of 
John O'Connor, enlisted Feb. 22, 1918, 
with Corapmy H, 112th Infantry. 28th 
Division and went to Camp Hancock 
with that outfit. He sailed May 7. 
1918, returned April 30, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 6, 1919. 



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0(.iUXuVtiKl. JOK. .Son of Mr. anii 
Mrs. Alexa:ider Osonovski. He enter- 
ed service Sept. 'J3, 1917 and was at- 
tached to Comi>any 8, 153rd Depot 
Brigade of the 307th Engineers. 
Ogonovski sailed May 17, 1918, 
was in the batMe t-f Metz, was wound- 
ed, returned from overseas Jan. 1919 
and was honorably discharged the 
same month. 



UN1H8H. JoHN^teon of Mr. and 
Mrs. Mike Ondish. He entered ser- 
vice Oct. 9, 1917, was assigned to 
Omaha. Neij., attached to the 5th Bal- 
loon Company. Sergeant Ondiph went 
overseas Jan. 1918, returned May 1919 
and was honorably discharged the same 
month. 



UNDISH, PAUL— ^on of Mr. and 0\ LRLV. CLAKi-.-NOi-. ALBERT — 

Mrs. Mike Ondish. He entered ser- Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Overly, 
vice Oct. 18. 1918, was assigned to entered service in. May 1917. He was 
Paris Island and attached to the assigned to Fort Oglethorpe, attached 
Marines. Ondish was honorably dis- to the Medical Corps, placed in Ward 
charged Aug. 15, 1919. 14, U. S. General Hospital and was 

honorably discharged from service in 
Jan 1919. 



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OVERLY. FRANK J — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jesse Overly, entered service 
April 28, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 
and placed with Company F, 14Uth In- 
fantry, 37th Division, He sailed, was 
wounded by shrapnel, returned in 
April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service later that month. 



OVERLY. G. WYLIE — Son of Mrs. 
Missouri Overly, entered service July 
23, 1918. He was assigned to Camp 
Lee, placed with the Infantry replace- 
ment band was given the rank of Top 
Sergeaiit and was honorably discharg- 
ed from service in Jan. 1919. 



PAINTER. F. CHESTER — Sou ol 
Mr. aud itrs. Frank Painter. He en- 
tered service Sept. 24, 1919, was as 
signed to Fort McPherson, was at - 
tached to the Medical Corps of the 
Camp Hospital No. 21. Sergeant 
Painter went overseas March 25, 1918, 
returned June 2, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged June 12, 1919. 



PAVILK. MICHAEL JOHN— Son of 
Michael Pavlik, entered service Sept. 
22, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee then 
Camp Gordon and placed with Com 
pany D, 327th Infantry. He sailed 
overseas iu if arch 1918, was gassed, 
in the Hospital three months, returned 
■n Feb. 1919 was honorably discharged 
in March 1919. 







PAVLOSCAK, JOHN A. — Son of 
Mike Pavloscak, entered service Sept. 
23, 1917, was assigned to Camp Lee. 
was attached to Headquarters Com - 
pany, 327th Infantry, 82nd Division. 
He went overseas May 11, 1919, re 
turned May 18, 1919 and was honor 
ably discharged May 28, 1919. 



PAAVLIKOWSKI. STEVE — Son uf 
Mr, and Mrs. John Pawlikowski, en- 
tered service April 4, 1918, was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to Companv 
B, 320th Infantry, 80th Division. He 
sailed overseas Miy 18, 1918, returned 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 



PELAR, PRANK 0. — Son of Mr. PFROGNER. FRANK— Sou of Mr. 

aud ilrs. Joseph Pelar, entered ser- and Mrs. Albert Pfrogner. He entered 

vice May 25, 1918, went to Camp Lee service Sept. 23. 1917. was assigned 

and was attached to Base Hospital to Camp Lee and was attached to 

No. 61. He sailed overseas in Aug. Company D, 17th Infantry. He was 

1918. returned in April 1919 and was a 1st Class Private and was honor 

honorably discharged later that month, ably discharged Jan. 15, 1919. 







PLEIFEK, Ml\l;l.l.> s,Mi Ml- Mr. iMM'KliKY. JOSEPH — Son of Mr POCKERY. GLORGE— Son of Mr. P(»CKEI;Y. AM>I;!;\\ W. — Son of 

and Mrs. Frank I'U-il.r, ut-nt iuto ftt-r- and Mr.s. Albert Pockery (deceased), and Mrs. Albert Pockery (deceased). Mr. and Mrs. AlbLrt Pu<.kery (de- 
vice Sept. 3, 1918, was sent to Camp He entered the service in 1917, with He entered service and was assigned ceased.) He entered service March 



Forrest and attached to Headquarters' Troop F, 2n(! Regiment of Cavalry. 
Comi>any, 605th Engineers. He sailed Pockery went overseas 1917, was 
Sept. 30, 1918, returned June 18, 1919 in the battles of Meuse-Argonne, 
and was honorably discharged June St. Mihiel and Verdun. He returned 
33, 1919. July 1919 and was honorably dn- 

charged the earns month. 



to Camp Lee, was attached to the 6, 1918, was assigned to Henry Jones, 



305th Field Signal Battalion. Pock- 
ery was honorably discharged Jan. 
1919. 



and was attached to Troop C, 17th 
Cavalry, on the Mexican Border. 
Pockery was honorably discharged 
March 8, 1919. 



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P(_)Ki'i;X\, l;()l;i;UT ^<>n ,,f Mr l'(ii;nr, WILLIAM S.— Sou of 
and ills. ..Ui-si-ph I'ukuriiy, entered ser - SiiUie and Harry Porch, euti^red ser- 
vice in Sept. 1917 and was assigned vice Sept. 23, 1917, was assigned to 
to Camp Sherman. He was attached Camp Lee and placed with Company 
to the 3rd Company, 1st Training Ba- A, 320th Machine Gun Company, B2nd 
tailion. later 32nd Company. 8th Division. He sailed April 25, 1918, 
Training Battalion, was cook for the returned May 7, 1919 and was hon- 
outfits and was honorably discharged orablv discharged one week later, 
in June 1919. 





I'lMTTS. MILTON — Sou of Mr, and I'UTA, VACLAV— Son of Mr, and 

Mrs, (). B. Pritts. He entered service Mrs. Frank Puta of Bohemia. He en- 
May 24. 1918, was assigned to Camp tered service April 4, 1918, was as- 
Greenleaf and was attached to the signed to Camp Lee, and was attached 
Base Hospital. Pritts was honorably to the Headquarters of the 10th In- 
discharged Nov. 21, 1918. fantry of the 14th Division. Puta 

was honorably discharged Jan. 2, 

1919. 








gL'A.SH-\UCK. JOii.X A.— Sun ul 
Mrs. Sophia Quashnock, entered ser- 
vice Sept. 23, 1917, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Headquarters 
Company, 326th Infantry, 82nd Divi - 
sion. He was transferred to Camp three years. 
Gordon and Upton, was made Cor- 
poral, sailed April 28, 1918, returned 
May 5, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on the 24th of that month. 



(^'LKKK, CHARLES— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph L. Queer, enlisted 
April 11. 1919. He sailed Mav 10. 
1919 and was, Sept. 1, 1919, still in 
service overseas as he enlisted for 



gUELR, JACOB AVKIiSTEU Sun QUEER. RAY L.— Sun of Mr. and 
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Queer, en- Mrs. Joseph L. Queer, entered service 
listed in Sept. 1917, with Company E, April 18, 1918, was sent to Camp Lee 
110th Infantry, 28th Division and was and attached to Company C, 153rd De- 
sent to Camp Hancock. He sailed May I'ot Brigade. He sailed June 15, 1918, 
3, 1918, was made Corporal, was returned Ajiril 1, 1919 and was honor- 
wounded in the leg July 28, 1918, re- ably discharged on the 9th of that 
turned Dec. 1918 and was honorably month, 
discharged in Feb. 1919. 






QUEER. THOMAS HILBERT — Son 
of Samuel and Mary Queer, en - 
listed April 22, 1917 with Company 
D, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, 42nd 
Division. He was stationed at Camp 
MilLs, sailed Nov. 1, 1917, was made 
Sergeant, returned April 26, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 7, 1919. 



QUEER. WILLIAM SAMUEL — Son 
of Samuel and JIarv Queer, enlisted 
Mav 26, 1917 with Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. He was sent 
to Camp Hancock then Merritt, sailed 
May 3, 1918. returned May 12. 1919 
and was honoiably discharged May 23, 
1919, with the rank of Corporal. 



RAMSEY. ROBERT — Son of Robert 
Ramsey. Enlisted Sept. 7, 1917, was 
assigned to Camp Hancock and attach- 
ed to Company E. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Corporal Ramsey went 
overseas May 3, 1918, was killed by 
a Sniper in the Argonne drive. He is 
i)uried in the American cemetery i 
Prance. 



RASCHE. WILLIAM — Entered ser- 
vice April 4, 1918. was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Company H, 
319th Infantry, 80th Division. He 
sailed May 17, 1918, was wounded in 
the leg Nov. 1, 1918, returned June 
2, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service ten days later. 




REES. LEON BLAIR — Son of Mrs. REHANEK, CHARLES L. — Son of 

Elenora Stouffer, entered service in Mrs. Josephine Rehanek. enlisted Feb 





Aug. 1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
placed in the Infantry, later trans- 
ferred to a non-commissioned Train- 
ing School and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Dec. 13, 1918. 



23, 1918, with Company I, 110th In- 1917. He was in the 1st Offi< 
fantry, 28th Division and was sent to Training Camp at Fort Benjamin Har- 



Camp Hancock with that outfit. He 
sailed May 7, 1918, returned April 30. 



1919 and was honorably discharged Sherman and Gordon and was honor 
from service May 6, 1919. ably discharged in Jan. 1919. 



REHANEK. JAMES J. — Son of Mrs. REIHARD, EARL— Son of-.Mr. and 
Josejjhiue Rehanek, enlisted in April Mrs. M. J. Reihard. He entered ser- 
vice June 3. 1918, was assigned to 
St. Helena, Norfolk. Seaman Reihard 
was honorably discharged Jan. 17, 
1919. 



rison, was commissioned 1st Lieuten- 
ant, was tlien an instructor at Camj) 



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RHOADES ROBERT LEWIS— Son RIMLINGER. LA\VI;i;m I. P— Son RIVERS, GEORGE— S..n <.t I;.>1m rt Koi.nZl NsKI, WALTER MAXI 

of Mr and Mrs L S Rhuades. en- of Mr. and Mrs. Ja<-o). Kimiiiit;er, en- Rivers. He entered servue U^t. 17. MILLIAN -Entered service July 2J 

listed Dec 15 1917 with Company tered service Ang. 29. 1918. He was 1918, was assigned to Camp Greene, 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee and 

L 23rd Engineers. He was assigned sent to Camp Lee, attached to Com- and attached to Company C. 81Uth there attached to the 2nd Battalion, 

to Camp Meade and Laurel, sailed pany F, 84th Infantry, 17th Division, Infantry. Rivers was honorably dis- 5th Infantry, _ 155th Depot Brigade. 

May 30, 1918. returned June 8, 1919 was appointed Corporal and was hon- charged Dec. 17, 1918. 

and was honorably discharged June orably discharged from service Feb. 

17. 1919. 8, 1919. 



He was made Sergeant and was honor - 
ablv discharged from service Dec. 16, 
1918. 




KuLNIAK, W ALiKK .lu.SKl'H — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rolniak. 
He entered service April 4. 1918. was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached 
to Company H, 319th Infantry. 80th 
Division Rolniak sailed May 17, 
1918, was in several battles, was 
wounded, returned March 25, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 29. 
1919. 




Kl.)8KY. KISER — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. M. Rosky (deceased). He enter- 
ed serivec April 4, 1918, was assigned 
to Camp Lee. and was attached to 
Company B, 320th Infantry, 80th Di- 
vision. Rosky went overseas May 18, 
1918, was in the battles of St. 
Mihiel and Argonne. was wounded by 
by a Sniper's bullet, returned March 
13, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
March 28, 1919. 




ROSKY, FRANK — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rosky (deceased). He enlisted 
April 26. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock and was attached to Company 
E, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He 
was 1st Class Private, sailed May 3, 
1918, was in the battles of Marne, 
Ourcq and Vesle. He returned May 
11, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 23, 1919. 




ROSKY. ClIAKLKS -Sun uf ^Ir. 
and Mrs. Michael Rosky (deceased). 
He enlisted Oct. 9, 1917, was assigned 
to Gettysburg and was attached to 
Company H, 61st Regulars. Corporal 
Rosky sailed April 16. 1918, was in 
several battles, returned July 1919 and 
was honorably discharged the same 
month. He re - enlisted for one year. 




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ROTH MICHAEL— Son of Mrs. RUTH. WILLIAM I.— Sou of Mr. RUMBAUGH. RoY M.— Son of Mr. RL S&EL. HI OH 1— Son of Mr. and 

Mary Roth, enlisted April 10, 1917 and Mrs. George Roth, enlisted March and Mrs. J. F. Rumbaugh. He entered Mrs. Robert Russell, enlisted in Air 

with Company E, 110th Infantrv. 14. 1918 in the Navy, was sent to service Sept. 23, 1917, was assigned Service m the Fall of 1917. He was 

28th Division and was assigned to Norfolk. Va. He saw service on to Camp Lee and was attached to attached to the 104th Aero Squadron, 

Camp Hancock. He sailed Mav 3. Battleships and Destroyers, made sev- Company 66. 17 Btln. He ranked as a sailed Nov. 1917, returned in May 

1918. was in a number of important eral trips across and was honorably Lieutenant. He was honorably dis- 1919 and was honorably discharged 

battles, returned May 13, 1919 and discharged from service April 10, charged Sept. 23, 1919. May -5, 1919. 

was honorably discharged from service 1919. 
May 29, 1919 with the rank of Ser- 
geant. 





SANDUCCI. BENEDETTO — Enter- 
ed service Sept. 23, 1917, was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com - 
pany D. 320th Machine Gun Company. 
H2nd I) i vision. He was transferred 
to Camp Gordon, sailed April 25. 1918. 
returned May 6, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged one week later. 



SAUERWEIN. CHARLES — Son of 
Charles Sauerwein, entered service 
May 25. 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 
Corps. Sergeant Sauerwein sailed 
July 31, 1918, was stationed in Paris 
for 11 months, returned Aug. 26, 1919 
and was honorably discharged Sept. 2, 
1919. 




SAUERWEIN. WILLIAM— Son of 
Charles Sauerwein. Entered service 
May 25, 1918, was assigned to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to the 
Medical Corps. Sergeant Sauerwein 
sailed Aug. 1918. returned April 1919 
and was honorably discharged April 
30, 1919. 




SCHACHTE. CHARLES — Son of 
Joseph Schachte. enlisted May 24, 
1917. was asssigned to Camp Hancock. 
and attached to Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. 
Schachte sailed May 3, 1918, was in 
five German offenses, was slightly 
gassed, returned May 12, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged May 23, 
1919. 



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SCHWARTZ, ANDREW R.— .S.ui ..f 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schwartz. He 
entered service April 4, 1918, was as- 
signed to Camp Lee, and was attached 
to Company E, 320th Infantry, 80tU 
Division. 1st Class Private, sailed 
May 1918, was in battles of St. Mihiel, 
Somme and Meuse-Argoane, returned 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 8, 1919. 



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sriIWARTZ, JOHN — Sou 
and Mrs. Andrew Schwartz, 
tered service May 25, 1918, 
signed to Camp Lee and was attached 
to the Medical Corps. He was hon- 
orably discharged Feb. 3, 1919. 



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He 
was as- 




SHAXIil;ii, .KLSKI'II-Soji (if Jlrs 
Bertha .Shandcr, eniisttid June 1, I'JiU, 
was assigned to Camp Hancock and 
was attached to Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division. Shander was 
honorably discharged Dec. 17, 1918. 




.sill I \ I 111 UILK.S— Sou of ill-, 
and Ml 15. ii.iuk bliebal. entered ser- 
vice Sept. 3, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Forrest and attached to Headquarters 
Company, 605th Engineers. He was 
transferred to Camp Upton, sailed 
Sept. 30, 1918, returned June 18, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 23, 1919. 




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and Mrs. Frank Shebal. enlisted April and Mrs. Bosleslaw Shivilski. He en- of James Shumar, enlisted April 22, and Mrs. fi. W. Shumar, enlisted May 

25, 1918 in the Naval Reserve. He tered service Aug. 3, 1918, was as- 1917 with Company E, 110th Infantry, 17, 1918. He was attached to the 

was stationed at Cape May, then signed to Camp Forrest and was at- 28th Division and was assigned to 480th Engineers, was Supply Ser- 

Brooklyn Naval Yard, was given the tached to the Engineers. Shivilski was Camp Hancock. Sailed May 3, 1918, geant and was honorably discharged 

rank of Seaman and released from ac- honorably discharged Dec. 1918. was slightly gassed, returned May II, from military service Dec 8 1918 

tive service Feb. 8, 1919. 1919 and was honorably discharged 

from service May 23, 1919. 



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SllUMAKEU, KuLiKUT C. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shumaker, euUsted 
in July 1917, with Company I, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division, and went to 
Camp Hancock with that outfit. He 
sailed in the Spring of 1918. was 
slightly wounded, returned in the 
Spring of 1919, was honorably dis- 
charged in May 1919, with the rank 
of Corporal. 




SIDEIIAMER, ANDREW — Sou of 
Mrs. Mary Sidehamer, entered service 
iu May 1918- He was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf. attached to General Hos- 
pital No. 17 at Markelton. then Gen- 
eral Hospital No. 16, at New Haven, 
was appointed Corporal and was hon - 
orably discharged in Aug. 1919. 




SXLLMAN, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Tony Kudra, entered ser- 
vice Aug. 29, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and placed with 161st Infantry, 
41st Division and was later trans- 
ferred to the 35th Depot Service Com- 
pany. He sailed overseas Oct. 28, 
1918, returned July 5, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 10th of 
July 1919. 




tiiPE, GEOKGE K. — Son oi Mrs. 
Victoria Harper, enlisted July 1, 1918. 
in the Navy. He was sent to the 
Great Lakps Naval Training Station, 
was on board the U. S. S. Kentucky, 
made three trips overseas, and ex - 
pected to lie honorably discharged 
from service about the 1st of Sept. 
1919. 





SMETAK. BENJAMIN — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Andy Smetak, enlisted June 
1, 1917 with Company E, 110th In- 
fantry, 28th Division and was sent 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed May 3. 
1918, was shell shocked July 30, 1918, 
returned Mav 11. 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service ten 
days later. 



SMITH. "WILLIAM — Son of J. B. 
Smith, entered service May 28, 1917. 
was assigned to Pittsburgh, Pa., and 
attached to Company D, 15th Engi- 
neers. Corporal Smith sailed July 9, 
1917. returned May 5, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 15, 1919. 



SMITH. CHARLES — Son of Albert 
Smith, entered service Nov. 12, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Greenleaf, and 
attached to the Medical Corps. Smith 
sailed Jan. 11, 1918, returned June 
6, 1919, and was honorably discharged 
June 18, 1919. 



SOBOTA, FRANK, JR. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Sobota, entered ser - 
vice May 25. 1918. was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and placed with Base Hos- 
pital No. 57. He was made Corporal, 
sailed July 31, 1918, returned Aug. 
26, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged Sept. 2, 1919. 



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SOHINSKI. WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Sobinski. He entered 
service May 25. 1918. was assigned 
to Camp Greenleaf, was attached to 
the Base Hospital No. 61. Sobinski 
sailed Aug. 22, 1918, returned April 
19, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged April 29. 1919. 



SOBINSKI, PETER— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jos. Sobinski, entered service 
Aug. 1918, was assigned to Camp 
(iordon and was honorably discharged 
:<ix weeks later. 




SOBINSKI, FRANK- Son nf Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Solinski. He t-ntered 
service May 28, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Greenleaf and was attached to 
the Engineers. Sobinski went over- 
seas, returned in June and was hon- 
orably discharged the same month. 




SOLTIS, WILLIAM — Sun of Mik.- 
Soltis, entered service Nov. 2(i, 1917, 
was assigned to Camp Lewis and at ■ 
tached to Company B, 109th Infantry, 
28 th Division. Soltis sailed June, 
1918, was in battles of Chateau 
Thierry, Ourcq and Vesle, was slightly 
gassed, returned May 3, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged May 18, 1919. 




sl'IKKO. W^ILLIAM C, — Son of 
Joseph and Mary Spirko, enlisted 
Ajiril 22, 1917 with Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division and was sent 
to Camp Hancock. He sailed May 2, 
1918, was commissioned 2ud Lieuten- 
ant, was wounded Aug. 8, at Ourcq- 
Vesle, returned July 16. 1919 and 
was honorably discharged two days 
later. 






.SPRIN(M-:K. FRANK EIi\\AiCl> - 
Son of Charles A. aud Eniuia M. 
Springer, entered service Oct. 3, 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Forrest, attached 
to Branch 124, 1st Battalion, En - 
gineers Corps, was ready to sail when 
the Armistice was signed and he was 
honorably discharged Dec. 20, 1918. 



STAIKS, KAY- Sdti ni .Mr ;iM'l 
Mrs. Lehman Stairs, entered service 
May 25, 1918, and was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf. He was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 61, later assigned to the 
Infantry Officers' School Infirmary at 
Camp Lee and was honorably dis- 
charged April 29, 1919. 



STEADMAN, Ai.liKKT H — .Sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Steadman, en - 
tered service Sept. 23, 1918 was sent 
to Camp Lee and attached to the 
Supply Company, 130th Field Artil- 
lery. He was transferred to Camp 
Gordon, sailed overseas May 19, 1918, 
returned April 23, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged about ten days later. 





STEINER, WILLIAM M. — Entered 
service Sept. 9, 1918, went to Camp 
Lee and was there assigned to Com- 
pany E, 320th Infantry, 80th Division. 
He sailed May 17. 1918, returned 
May 11, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged on the 17th of that month 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



STEINER. LUDWICK A.— Son of 
Frank and Elizabeth Steiucr, entered 
service Aug. 2, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and made Sergeant, was 
honorably discharged Dec. 20, 1918. 




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STEFL. ALBERT — Sou of Mrs. 
Mary Stefl, enlisted in June 1917. 
He was attached to Company E, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Division, sailed over- 
seas May 3, 1918, was killed in action 
July 30, 1918 in the battle of Chateau 
Thierry. 



STEFL, CHARLES E.— Son of Mrs 
Anna Stefl, entered service May 29 
1918. He was sent to Camp Lee, at 
tached to 56th Company, 14th Pro 
visional Battalion, 155th Depot Brig 
ade, was cook for that outfit and was 
honorably discharged in Dec. 1918. 




STEFL. FRED— Son of Mrs. Mary 
Stefl, enlisted in 1916 with Company 
E. 110th Infantry, 28th Division and 
was assigned to Camp Hancock. He 
sailed May 3, 1918, was wounded by 
machine gun bullets Sept. 27, 1918 
and was. Sept, 1, 1919, still in service 
overseas. 




STEMMLER, WILLIAM L.— Sou of 
Mrs. Fred Stemmler, entered service 
Aug. 6, 1918, was sent to Camp Wads- 
worth and attached to the Artillery 
Corps. He sailed in Sept. 1918, re- 
turned in June 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged :ater that month. 



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STILCOSKY, MARTIN— Son of Mr. 
aud Mrs. Peter Stilcosky. He entered 
service Feb. 12. 1918. was assigned 
to Camp Lee and attached to Com- 
pany C, 320th Infantry of the 80th 
Division. Stilcosky sailed May 18, 
1918, was wounded in right arm by 
gun fire at Verdun. He returned 
Jan. 5, 1919, and was discharged Feb. 
18. 1919. 




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STILLWAGON, BENJAMIN~Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. W^illiam StiUwagon, 
entered service July 13, 1918, was 
sent first to Lehigh University. He 
was later transferred to Camp Green, 
sailed in Aug. 1918, returned in July 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
later that month. 



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STOFKO, JOHN— Son of Mrs. .SuCKAXIK, AXDY- -Son of .Mr. Si; !;<i !■:( )N'1\ TiH>MAS K,---S.mi of TI-^MINsKY. JOHN S.-~Son of Mrs. 

Verna Stofko, entered service May "^5, and Mrs. Emery Suckanik, entered Frank and Felisene Surgeont, entered Francis Temiusky, entered service 

1918, was assigned to Camp Green- service Sept. 23, 1918, was sent to service July 21, 1918, went to Camp Feb. 12, 1918, wa"s sent to Camp Lee 

leaf and attached to the Medical Camp Gordon and attached to Battery Meade and attached to 654th Depot and attached to the Supply Company, 

Corps. Stofko sailed Oct. 28, 1918, D, 321st Field Artillery. He was Brigade. He was transferred to the 320fh Infantry, 80th Division. He 

returned July 10, 1919, and was made Corporal, sailed May 19, 1918, Military Police, was honorably dis- sailed May 18, 1918, returned May 30 

honorably discharged July 19, 1919. returned May 20, 1919 and was hon- charged the latter part of Feb. 1919. 1919 and was honorably discharged 

orably discharged on the 29th of that June 8. 1919. 
month. 






rilUMl'SON, CROSBY A —Sun of TIXKFY. CHARLES C. Sun of TOKAR, LEWIS— Son of Mr. and TKLE. MARCUS JOHNSTON— Sou 

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thompson, en- Mr. and Mrs. James Tinkey. He en- Mrs. Andrew Tokar, entered service of Mr. and Mrs. John True, enlisted 
listed May 30, 1917 with Company tered service May 25, 1918, was as- May 25, 1918. was sent to Camp May 1, 1917 in the Cavalry. He was 



F, 28th Infantry, 1st Division and signed to Camp Greenleaf and attached Greenleaf and attached to the Medical 

went to Chattanooga. Tenn. He was to the Medical Corps of the U. S. Corps. Base Hospital No. 63. He sail - 

commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, sailed General Hospital at Roxbury. He is ed Aug. 25, 1918. returned Aug. 28. 

Aug. 3, 1918, returned Sept. 3, 1919 a 1st Class Private and is still in 1919 and was honorably discharged 

and was, at the time of publication, the service. Sept. 3, 1919. 
still in service. 



sent to El Paso, Texas, attached to 
Troop I, 8th Cavalry and was honor- 
ably discharged March 28, 1919. 




URBAN, STEPH?:N ^VILLIAM — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Urban. He 
entered service Sept. 23. 1917, was 
assigned to Camp Lee and was at- 
tached to the Band of the 321st Field 
Artillery, 82nd Division. Urban 
went overseas May 19, 1918, was 
in the battles of St. Mihiel and Ar- 
gonne, returned July 4, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged July 12, 1919. 



UHRIN. WILLIAM F.— Son of 
Joseph and Anna Uhriu. entered ser- 
viL'te May 25, 1918, went to Camp 
Greenleaf, was placed with Base Hos- 
pital No. 63. He later transferred to 
Camp McClelland, sailed overseas Aug. 
28, 1918. returned July 5, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 11, 
1919. 



UMSTEAD, ray HAROLD— Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Umstead, enlisted 
July 8, 1918 with the 71st Coast Ar 
tillery Corps, was stationed at Fort 
Morgan. He sailed Oct. 1, 1918, re 
turned in March 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged later that month. 



A'ALIANTE. DAVID A.— Son of 
Mrs. Mollie Valiante, entered service 
May 25, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 57. Sailed July 31, 1918. 
was hospital barber, returned June 15, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 19, 1919. 




VENEASKY. JOSEPH — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William Veneasky. He en- 
tered service July 13, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock, was attached 
to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Sailed May 3, 1918, was in 
all battles with Company E, hurt by 
fall into trench and was in hospital 
for two months and re -enlisted for a 
term of 6 months with the Military 
Police. 



VIAZANKO, JOHN P. — Son of Mr. 
John Viazanko, enlisted April 4. 191H, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and attach- 
ed to Company G, 320th Infantry, 
80th Division. Viazanko went over- 
seas May 17, 1918, was in the bat- 
tles of Artois, St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne. He returned April 28, 1919. 
and was honorahly discharged in May. 





VIAZANKO, FRANK — Son of Mrs. VOLKIN, EMANUEL — Son of Mr. 

Anna Viazanko. He entered service and Mrs. Morris Volkin. enlisted in 
Sept. 23, 1918, was assigned to Camp Sept. 1918, in the S. A. T. C. at the 
Lee. was attached to Comijany F, University of Pittsburgh. He was 
307th Engineers. Viazanko sailed honorably discharged from service in 
May 19, 1918, was in the bat- Deo. 1918. 
lies of Argonue, St. Mihiel, Morlai-h 
and Lagny Sector, He returned May 
9, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 25. 1919. 



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VRABEL. MICHAEL JOSEPH — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Egnace VrabeL 
He entered service Sept. 3. 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Sherman, and at - 
tached to Company A, 124th En ■ 
gineers. Vrabel was honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 23, 1918. 




WAGNER, JOHN — Son of John 
Wagner. He entered service April 4, 
1918, was assigned to Camp Lee, and 
attached to Company G, 320th Infan- 
try, 80th Division. Wagner went 
overseas May 17, 1918. was in the 
battles of Somme, St. Mihiel and 
Meuse, was slightly gassed, returned 
May 10, 1919 and was honorably dis 
charged June 9, 1919. 






WALKER. DR. A. ALLISON— En- 
listed Aug. 24. 1917, was assigned to 
Camp Pike, later to Dix and attached 
to the Medical Corps of the 312th 
Sanitary Train. 87th Division. Cap- 
tain Walker went overseas Aug. 24, 
1918, returned June 26, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged June 28, 1919. 



WALKER, PRANK E.— Sou of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Walker, entered ser- 
vice April 4, 1918, was sent to Camp 
Lee and attached to Company D, 
315th Machine Gun Battalion. He 
sailed May 17, 1918, was wounded in 
the hip Oct. 9, 1918. returned March 
28, 1919 and was honorably discharg- 
ed April 18, 1919. 




WARZINSKY, JOSEPH — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warzinsky. He 
enlisted June 24. 1916, was assigueA 
to Camp Hancock, later Merritt. was 
attached to Company E, 110th Infan- 
try, 28th Division. Sergeant War- 
zinsky went overseas May 3, 1918, was 
in the battles of Marne, Ourcq, Vesle 
and Aisne, was wounded and was in 
hospital for four months. He returned 
May 12, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 23, 1919. 




■\VASHBAUGH, JAMES W.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W^ Washbaugh, 
entered service Feb. 23, 1918, was 
sent to Camp Lee and was there at - 
tached to the 83rd Transportation 
Corps. He sailed June 30, 1918, 
returned July 16, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged on the 23rd of that 
month. 




WELTY, FRANK — Son of R. S. 
Welty, entered service April 4, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee and at - 
tached to the 320th Infantry, with the 
Machine Gun Company. Corporal 
Welty sailed May 18, 1918, was in 
battles of St. Mihiel, Meuse and 
Somme. Received Citations, returned 
May 30, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 7, 1919. 




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WHETSEL, HARRY — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Elmer Whetsel, entered ser- 
vice in Aug. 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Lee then Camp Beaiireguard, 
was made Corporal and was honorably 
discharged in Feb. 1919. 







WILLIAMS. CHARLES H.— Son of V.ILLIAMS, CHARLES REYNOLD 

- -■■ Bettie E. Williams, entered si-rviie — Son of Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Wil- 

Camn"'Gr'eenlpaT'and' attached to Base fo'Cam"p Lee" and attached' to Company March 12, 1918, was assigned to Camp liams, enlisted Oct. 3, 1918 He was 

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351st Field Artillery. He sailed July of Pittsburgh and was honorably dis- 

10, 1918. was transferred to the Army charged Dec 12, 1918. 



WIIKTZKL. (ILI\ER IL -Kiit. rr.l WHIPKEY. GEORGE HOMER — En- 
service May ;;-4. iyi.S, was .sent to tered si-rvice in Oct. 1917. was sent 
Camp Greenleaf and attached . . . . 
Hospital No. 58. Sailed in Sept. 1918 B, 168tli Infantry, 43nd Division. He 



and died of bronchial pneumonia 
Sept. 24, 1918. 



sailed in Feb. 1918, was slightly 
wounded, returned April 4, 1919 and 

was honorably discharged later that Service Corps, returned July 16, 1919 
month and was honorably discharged July 23. 

1919. 



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Wilson, entered service Sept. 5, 1918, Kate and Joseph Wilson, entered ser- 



was assigned to Camp Meade and at- 
tached to the Convalescent Company. 
He held rank of 1st Class Private. 
He sailed Oct. 6. 1918, returned Dec. 



vice in July 1918, was sent to Camp 
Greenleaf and attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 110. He sailed in Aug. 1918, 
was appointed Corporal, returned July 



23, 1918. was honorably discharged 1, 1919 and was honorably discharged 



Jan. 18, 1919. 



later that month. 



WIL.SciN, ,1(IH\ li. — Son of Joseph WISXIE \V.SKI, KISi:i;--Soii ol .Mr 

and Kate Wilson, enlisted in Aug. and Mrs. Joseph Wisniewski, entered 
1918 in the Navy, He was sent to service Sept. 23, 1918, went to Camp 
Norfolk, Va., and was honorably dis- Lee and was placed with the 326th 
charged from the service the middle Machine Gun Company, 82nd Division, 
of July 1919. He sailed April 29, 1918, returned 

May 29, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged June 10, 1919. 



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WNEK, MICHAEL J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Michael Wnek. He enlisted 
April 22, 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, later to Ft. Crook and was 
attached to the Headquarters of 41st 
Infantry of the 10th Division. Corp. 
Wnek was honorably discharged May 
16. 1919. 






WOJCIK, ALEXANDER— Son of 
George Wojcik. entered service May 6, 
1917, was assigned to Fort Rinjo. 
Texas and attached to Troop A, 4th 
Cavalry. He was cook, and was hon- 
orably discharged Sept. 19, 1919. 



YATCHUM, GEORGE J.— Sou of 
Mrs. George Yatchen. He entered 
service Sept. 22, 1917, was assigned 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company E, 4th Engineers. Yatchum 
went overseas May 1, 1918, was in 
the battles of Aisne, Marne. Vesle 
and Meuse, was wounded, in liospital 
17 days, returned Aug. 1, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged Aug. 9, 
1919. 



YERMAN, CHARLES — Son of Frank 
Yerman. entered service Feb. 23, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee. Hancock 
and was attached to Company I, 112th 
Infantry, 28th Division. Yerman 
sailed May 6, 191S, was in the 
battles of Marne, Ourcq and Vesle. 
was wounded and returned April 30, 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
May 6. 1919. 




YEZEK, JOSEPH FRANCIS— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. James Yezek. He 
entered service May 25, 1918, was 
assigned to Camp Greenleaf and at- 
tached to Base Hospitals Nos. 58, 63 
and 109. Yezek went overseas 
Aug. 1918, returned July 2, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 12. 
1919. 



YOKIEL, JOHN FRANK— Entered 
service May 2, 1918, went to Camp 
Forrest and was there placed with 
Company D, 51st Infantry, 6th Di- 
vision. He sailed July 6, 1918. re- 
turned June 12. 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 18, 1919. 




YOUSKI, STEVE J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Youski, entered ser- 
vice April 4, 1918, went to Camp Lee 
and was there attaclied to Company I, 
318th Infantry. 80th Division. He 
sailed May 22, 1918, returned May 27. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
June 4, 1919. 




YEZEK. ROBERT — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Yezek, entered service 
July 23. 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Lee. attached to the 33rd Infantry and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in Aug. 1918. 




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YEZEK. WILLIAM— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Yezek, entered ser- 
vice Feb. 14. 1918. He was assigned 
to Camp McClellan, attached to the 
6th Motor Battalion, sailed July 13, 
1918, returned April 19. 1919 and was 
honorably discharged on the 30th of 
that month. 





ZAHRADNIK, ALBERT — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John 2ahradnik, entered 
service May 24, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf and attached to 102nd 
Ambulance Corps. 26th Division. He 
sailed Aug. 24, 1918, returned April 
19, 1919 and was honorably discharged 
from service May 4, 1919. 



ZELENKA, WILLIAM K. — Son of ZENA, CHARLES — Son of Caroline 

Mr. and Mrs. John Zelenka, enlisted 2ena, entered service Aug. 2, 1918, 

with Headquarters Com]iany, 110th was sent to Syracuse, N. Y. and at- 

Infantry, 28th Division. He was sta- tached to Company D, 50th Infantry, 

tioned at Camp Hancock, sailed in He was transferred to Camp Merritt, 

May 1918, returned in the Spring of then Dix. and was honorably dis- 

1919 and was honorably discharged charged Feb. 2, 1919. 
from service later. 





ZIMMERMAN, IMER FKAXKI.IN SDfiKAV. ZlilGNIEW- Knlislcii in 

— Entered service Sept. 9, 1917. was July iyi7, in the Polisli Army, was 
sent to Camp Lee and attached to assigned to Cambridge Springs, at- 



Company E, 320th Infantry. 80th Di- 
vision. He sailed May 18. 1918, re- 
turned May 30, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged June 8, 1919. 



tached to Battery B, 1st Heavy Artil- 
lery. He was commissioned 2nd Liexi- 
tenant, sailed in Nov. 1917, was se- 
verely gassed and was, Sept. 1, 1919, 
still in France. 




ZEGLIN. ..UiIIX- Sun of .Mr. and ZONE. LAWRENCE — Sou of John 

Mrs. Joseph Zeglin. He entered ser- Zone. He entered service Feb. 12, 

vice Sept. 23, 1917, was assigned to 1918, was assigned -o Camp Lee and 

Camp Gordon and attached to Com- attached to 10th Company of the 3rd 

pany E, 307th Engineers. Wagoner Development Battalion. Zone was 

Zeglin sailed June 4, 1918, returned honorably discharged Dec. 5. 1918. 
May 9, 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged May 25. X919. 



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ZUNDELL. JAMi;S— Son of Mr 
David B. Zuudell. entered service, Wfis 
assigned to Camp Hancock and at- 
tached to Company E, 110th Infantry, 
2Sth Division. AVent overseas Ma., 3. 
19 IS. held rank of Captain and ^\a.^ 
killed July 29 while out with the Com- 
pany at Chateau Thierry. 



SHEPPARD, MARION B. — Son of 
Mr. and Mis. Waller M. ?hcppard, en- 
tered service Oct. 21, 1917. was as- 
signed to Camj" Hancock and attached 
to Company E. 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. Went overseas May 2, 1918, 
was wounded, reti:rned May 11, 19]9 
and was honorably disch.-irgcd May 2?., 
191£ with the rark of Corporal. 



SHEPPARD. CLIFFORD A .— .s. . 1 1 
of Mr. Dnd Mrs. Walter Sheppard, en- 
tered service May 15, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Hancock and attached 
to Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division. \\'ent overseas May 2, 
1918, was wounded and died on the 
way to the Hospital. He is buried 
at NeulHy, France. 



sui;iM*ARD, EUGENE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Walter Sheppard, entered 
service July 10, 1917. was assigned 
to Camp Hancock and attached to 
Company E, 110th Infantry, 28t.h Di- 
vision. He w£s honorab.y discharged 
Jan. 23, 1919. 



BOWERS. JOHN M.— Son of Mrs. 
David Bowers. He enlisted in the 
service April 20, 1917. in Company 

0, 1st New Jersey Engineers and 
was assigned to Camps Dix, Mc- 
Clellan, Lee and Meade. He was 
commissioned 1 st Lieutenant on June 

1, 1918. He is still in service. 



BOWMAN. ROY WINFIELD — Son 
of Mrs. W. S. Hartman, enlisted Aug. 
19, 1917 in the Marine Corps and 
was sent to Norfolk, Va. He was 
transferred to Paris Island and a 
number of other camps, placed on 
board the U. S. S. Wyoming made 
several trips overseas and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Aug. 19. 
1919 with the rank cf Corporal. 



CRABTREE, ALVA P. — Son of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Crabtree. He entered ser- 
vice Feb. 12, 1918, was assigned to 
Camp Lee and was attached to Com • 
pany B, 305th Regiment of Engineers, 
of the 80th Division. Crabtree went 
overseas May 26, 1918, was in the 
battles of Somme, Artois, Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, returned June 3, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged June 11, 
1919. 



CROSBY, GEORGE A.— Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. S. M. Crosby. He enlisted 
in the service Jan. 7, 1916 with 566th 
Company, Casual Camp and was as- 
signed to Camp Lee. Sergeant Crosby 
received an honorable discharge Jan. 
13. 1919 at Camp Lee. 



CROSBY. VERNON F. — Son of Mr. 

and Mrs. S. M. Crosby. He enlisted 
in the Fall of 1917 in the Navy and 
was assigned to Newport. R. I. En- 
E^ign Crosby was on board the Antigone 
and was engaged in transporting U. 
S. Troops. He received an honorable 
discharge Sept. 1919 at Newport 
Yards. 



COWAN. JAMES A. JR. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cowan, entered 
service Aug. 27, 1919, was sent to 
Camp Pike and there attached to the 
.348th Infantry, 87th Division. He 
was commissioned 1st Lieutenant, 
sailed Aug. 23, 1918 returned March 
11, 1919 and was honorably discharg- 
ed on the 21st of that month. 



CUNNINGHAM, CLIFFORD — Son DEARDOSKY. JOHN— Son of Mr. 



of Annie and Henry Cunningham, en- 
tered service July 8, 1917, was as- 
signed to Camp Mills and attached to 
the Machine Gun Company of the 
Rainbow Division He sailed overseas 
Oct. 18. 1917. returned May 1, 1919 
and was honorably discharged on the 
7th of that month. 



and Mrs. Mike Deardosky, entered 
service April 1914, was assigned to 
Douglas. Ariz., attached to Company 
H, 22nd Infantry. Deardosky was 
killed April 28, 1918, by an aerial 
l.jomb. 



DONCASTER, PAUL J. — Son of DUGAN, WILLIAM WILSON — Son 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doncaster, en- of Mrs. James Dugan, entered service 

tered service May 25, 1918, was senl Oct. 22, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee. 

to Fort Des Moines and attached to He was attached to Base Hospital No. 

Base Hospital No. 79. He sailed Sept. 27, transferred to Camp Wheeler and 

15, 1918, was made Sergeant, returned was honorably discharged Feb. 18, 

June 27, 1919 and was honorably dis- 1918. 
charged July 2, 1919. 



PIDLER. HARRY L. — Son of Mrs. 
Thomas Fidler, enlisted in July 1917, 
was sent to Fort McPherson and at- 
tached to Camp Hospital Na. 21. He 
sailed in March 1918, returned in 
June 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 15th of 
that month. 



FISHER. WILLMER — Son of Harry 
Fisher. He entered service June 12, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Sherman, 
later to Taylor, was attached to the 
Medical Corps of the 336th Ambu- 
lance Co. Sergeant Fisher sailed 
Sept. 8, 1918, returned July 3, 1919 
and was honorably discharged July 
15, 1919. 



FISHER. IVAN— Son of Harry A. 
Fisher, entered service Sept. 8, 1917. 
was assigned to Meade, was attached 
to 320th Infantry. He ranked as 2nd 
Lieutenant and is still in service. 

FREED, DR. RAYMOND— Son of 
Mrs. Magdalena Freed, enlisted Oct, 
25, 1918 in the Medical Corps. He 
was commissioned Captain, sent to 
Camp Meade and was honorably dis - 
charged in Aug. 1919. 



GRANTZ, JOHN DEIDRICK — Son 
of Joseph and Agusta Grantz, entered 
service Sept. 17, 1917. He was sent 
to Camp Sherman, attached to Com - 
pany M, 330th Infantry, 83rd Divi- 
sion, was later transferred to the 
Medical Corps and was honorably dis- 
charged April 15, 1918. 



HAAS. JOHN A.— Son of Mrs. Mary 
Haas, entered service May 24, 1918, 
went to Camp Greenleaf and was there 
attached to Base Hospital No. 58 and 
No. 90. He transferred to Camp 
Grant, sailed overseas Aug. 23, 1918, 
returned April 2, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged on the 19th of that 
month. 



HARHAGER, EDWARD — Son of 
Mrs. Josephine Harhager, entered ser- 
vice in April 1918, went to Camp Lee, 
was placed with the 320th Infantry, 
80th Division. He sailed in May 1918, 
returned May 30, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in June 
1919. 



HOLMES, HARRY. JR. — Son of Mr. JACOBSON, SOL — Son of Jacob 

and Mrs. Harrv Holmes, entered ser- Jacobson. He enlisted May 25, 1917 
vice July 1, 1918. He was sent to with Company E, 110th Infantry and 
Cambridge Springs, attached to the S. was assigned to Camps Dix and Han- 
A. T. C. was honorably discharged cock. He was a 1st Class Private, 
from service Julv 29, 1919 on account sailed May 3, 1918, was in the battles 
of phvsical disability. ^^ Marne, Mease-Argonne and St. Mi- 

hiel, was wounded twice in action, on 
Aug. 8, 1918 and Sept. 26, 1918. He 
returned and received an honorable 
discharge on May 23, 1919. 



KANTORICK. FRANK JOSEPH — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robert 
Kantorick, entered service in Aug. 
1913, was sent to Camp Lee and plac- 
ed with Company G, 104th Infantry. 
He sailed in Oct. 1918, returned in 
April 1919 and was honorably dis- 
charged later that month. 



KARNEY, THOMAS — Son of Thos. 
Karney, entered service Aug. 29, 1918, 
was assigned to Camp Lee. and was 
attached to Company D, 153rd Regi- 
ment. He sailed Oct. 27, 1918, re- 
turned Feb. 19, 1919 and was honor- 
ably discharged Feb. 26, 1919. 



KEARNEY, BARNEY W.— Son of KELLER. HARRY B.— Son of Mrs. 

Thomas Kearney, entered service May Amanda Gowto-i. enlisted in 1916 with 

26. 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th I>i- 

and wa5 attached to Company B, 106th vision. He later transferred to the 

Infantry, Kearney went overseas Supply Company, sailed May 2. 1918. 

Aug. 15. 1918, returned April 1919, returned May 11, 1919 and was hon- 

and was honorably discharged the orably discbarjed May 23, 1919. 
same month. 



KELLY, DANIEL R.— Son of Mr. 
Michael J. Kelley. He enlisted with 
Company E, 110th Infantry and served 
on the Mexican Border, he then went 
to Camp Hancock. Kelley sailed 
May 1918, was in several battles and 
was killed Oct. 13, 1918, when he 
went to rescue a comrade. 



KOSTELNOCK, WALTER — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser Kostelnock, en- 
tered service Feb. 16, 1918, was sent 
to Fort Sill and attached to the 6th 
Trench Motor Battalion. He sailed 
July 14, 1918, returned April 21, 1919 
bnd was hon )rab]y discliarged April 
30, 1919. 



KROMER. RALPH — Son of Jacob 
Kromer, entered service May 21, 1918, 
was assigned to Brooklyn Xavy Yard 
was on bojrd the U. S. S. C. 3 Sub- 
marine. Sailed Feb. 18, 1918, re- 
turned Aug. 22, 1919 and was hon- 
orably discharged Sept. 16, 1919. He 
was stationed at Panama. 



KROUSER. ALBERT — Son of Mrs. 
Frederick Krouser, entered service and 
was attached to the Infantry. He took 
influenza at Camp Dix, was in the 
hospital for six weeks and was honor- 
ably discharged in Dec. 1918. 



LANE, FRANK G. — Son of James 
Lane. He enlisted in the service May 
1917 with the U. S. Infantry. 110th 
and was assigned to Camp Hancock. 
He was Sergeant Major and was in 
the battles of Marne, Ourcq and Vesles 
and was gassed Sept. 7, at Vesles 
River, returned April 1, 1919 and was 
honorably discharged April 10, 1919. 



LEWIS, JAMES — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Lewis, entered service 
Aug. 3, 1918 with Company 0, 803rd 
Pioneer Infantry and was assigned to 
a Camp in Michigan. Lewis sailed 
Sept. 17, 1918, was in the bat- 
tles of Meuse • Argonne, returned July 
18, 1919 and received an honorable 
discharge July 25, 1919. 



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LANTZ. CARIj— Son of Mr. and 



LEONARD, C. F. — Son of Mr 



McDonald, ALLAN— Son of Mr. 



McDonald, DONALD — son of Mr. 



Mrs. Amby Lantz, entered service Oct. Elizabeth Leonard, entered service and Mrs. John McDonald, entered ser- and Mrs. John McDonald, entered ser- 
27, 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, May 25, 1918, went to Fort Ogle- vice in June 1918. He was sent to vice Sept. 23, 1917. He was assigned 
attached to Headquarters' Company, thorpe and was attached to Base Camp Meigs, attached to the Quarter- to Camp Lee, commissioned 2nd Lieu 



506th Engineers, sailed Jan. 2, 1918. Hospital No. 58. He sailed Aug. 23. 
returned in June 1919 and was hon- 1918, returned April 27, 1919 and 
orably discharged later that month. was honorably discharged May 7. 

1919. 



masters' Corps was given the rank of tenant and was honorably discharged 
Sergeant and was, at the time of in May 1919. 
publication, still in service. 



MELLINGER. JOHN B. — Son of MILOTA, JOSEPH — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. Rachel Mellinger, entered service Mrs. Ignac Milota. He enlisted in and Mrs. Peter Mullen, entered ser 

May 25, 1918 with the Medical De- the service Sept. 1917, with the In- 

partment and was assigned to Camps fantry and was assigned to Camp Gor- 

Lee and Oglethorpe. He was 1st Class don. Milota went overseas in the 

Private, went overseas Aug. 1918, re- Spring of 1918, returned May 1919, 

turned July 31, 1919 and was honor- and was honorably discharged the 

ably discharged July 1919 at Camp same month. 

Merritt. 



MULLEN, STEPHEN — Son of Mr. NESGODA. JOHN — Son of Mr. and 

Mrs. Stanley Nesgoda. He enlisted in 
vice May 25, 1918. He was sent to the service April 26. 1917 with Com- 
Camp Lee, attached to the Medical pany E, 110th Infantry and was as- 
Corps and was honorably discharged signed to Camp Hancock. Nesgoda 



from service Dec. 21, 1918. 



sailed May 3, 1918, was in several 
battles ^nd was killed July 29, 1918. 



NEWILL, CLINTON W.— Son of 



NOVATNEY, STEPHEN J.— Son of 



PORE. MRS. FLORENCE M. — 



ROTH, WALTER JOSEPH — Son of 



Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Newill, enlisted Mr. and Mrs. John Novatney, entered Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. George Roth. He en- 
in July 1918 with Troop I, 16th Cav- service May 24, 1918. He was as- Couch. She enlisted Aug. 1. 1918, tered service May 25, 1918, was as- 
alry. He was stationed in Texas and signed to Camp Lee, attached to the was assigned to Camp Lee and was signed to Camp Greenleaf, later to 

~ " " - - -- attached to the Army Nurse Corps of Lee, Dix and Merritt and was attach- 

the Base Hospital. She was honor- ed to the Medical Corps of Base Hos- 
ably discharged July 19, 1919. pital No. 61. He went overseas Aug. 

22. 1918, returned April 19, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged 10 days 
later. 



was, at the time of publication, not Medical Corps and was honorably dis- 
yet discharged from service. charged Feb. 3, 1919. 



SHAFFER, CLAY — Son of Joseph 
G. Shaffer, enlisted June 17, 1917 
with Company E, 110th Infantry, 28th 
Division and was sent to Camp Han- 
cock. He sailed May 3, 1918, was in 
a number of important battles includ- 
ing the 5th German Offensive, Meuse- 
Argonne and others, returned July 8. 
1919 and was honorably discharged 
on the 16th of that month. 



SHAFFER, LLOYD — Son of Joseph SHAY. STEVE — Son of Mrs. Anna SLAMINKO. ANDY — Son of Mr. 



G. Shaffer, entered service Sept. 23. Shay. He entered service Feb. 23, 

1917, was assigned to Camp Lee and 1918, was assigned to Camp Lee, at- 

there placed with Company B, 325th tached to Company C, 60lRt Engineers 

Infantry, 82nd Division. He sailed Corporal Shay sailed June 30, 1918, 

April 25, 1918, returned in May 1919 returned July 6, 1919 and was honor- 

and was honorably discharged May 24, ably discharged July 12. 1919. 
1919. 



and Mrs- John Slaminko, entered ser- 
vice in Aug. 1918. went to Camp Lee 
and was attached to the Infantry of 
the 28th Division. He sailed in Nov. 
1918. TL'turned April 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service the 
latter part of that month. 



SLAMINKI, STEVE — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Slaminki, entered ser- 
vice Oct. 10, 1917. He was sent to 
Camp Lee to the Officers' Training 
School, was commissioned 2nd Lieu - 
tenant and was honorably discharged 
from service in Dec. 1918. 



SNYDER, HARRY LLOYD — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. He 
entered service May 25, 1918, was as- 
signed to Camp Greenleaf and was at- 
tached to the Medical Department. He 
was discharged one week later on ac- 
count of physical disabilities. 



SULLENGERGER, ROBERT— En - 
listed in the Spring of 1917 with Com- 
pany E, 110th Infantry. 28th Divi- 
sion and was sent to Camjj Hancock 
with that outfit. He sailed May 3, 
1918, was made Mess Sergeant, was 
wounded twice in the shoulder, re - 
turned and was honorably discharged 
in the Spring of 1919. 



SUTER, WILLIAM L.— Son of Mrs 
C. A. Suter. He enlisted July 15, 
1917, was assigned to Camp Hancock, 
103rd Field Signal Battalion of the 
28th Division. Sergeant Suter sailed 
May 18, 1918, returned May 7, 1919 
and was honorably discharged May 19, 
1919. He was in the battles of 
Marne, Ourcq, Aisne, Meuse- Argonne 
and Theacourt. 



SVIK. JOSEPH— Entered service in THURSTON, JAMES LOREN— Son TROUT. CLYDE M.— Son of Mr. WILSON. JOHN BURKHOLDER— 

the Infantry on May 25, 1919, had of Charles W. Thurston, enlisted in and Mrs. Cornelius Trout. He entered Son of Mrs. Kate Wilson, enlisted 

been in the service twice before. He 1917 with Company E, 110th Infantry, service 1918, was assigned to Camp June 3, 1918 in the Navy.' He was 

ranked as a Lieutenant, sailed June 28th Division and was sent to Camp Lee, 320th Infantry. Corporal Trout on board the U. S. S. Prometheus, 

1918, and is still in the service. Hancock. He was transferred to the sailed July 8, 1918 and was struck by Kearsarge and Ohio and was honor - 

Supply Company, sailed in the Spring lightning while taking a load of sup- ablv discharged Aug. 29, 1919. 

of 1918, returned in May 1919 and plies. 

was honorably discharged later that 

month. 



WILSON CHARLES OLIVER^Son 

of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson, entered 
service May 25, 1918. He was sent to 
Camp Greenleaf attached to Base Hos- 
pital No. 63 and No. 100, sailed Aug. 
6, 1918. returned June 29, 1919 and 
was honorably discharged July 12, 
1919 with the rank of Sergeant. 




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Chapter VL 



Irwin District. The pictures and military biographies 
shown in this chapter are those of service men from 
Irwin, Larimer, Shafton, Hahntown, Cereal, Ardara, 
Jacksonville, Circlcville and Stcwartsville. 



Not as large, not as rich, and not as blessed as some of the 
bigger centers of population, the Irwin district yielded to none 
in true appreciation and fulfillment of patriotic duty during the 
time of the Great War. Her record stands without reproach. 

The splendid Red Cross Br.\n'ch got into activity early in 
the W'ar and was guided b\- competent leaders in Dr. Chas. E. 
Taylor, chairman ; Mrs. A. P. Cameron, vice chairman ; Miss 
Ella W'elty McKcan, secretary ; and Miss Shirley Scull, trea- 
surer. A large enrollment was secured and meetings for work 
held regularly. The borough officials tendered the exclusive use 
of a section of the borough building to the organization. In the 
production department nearly 10,000 finished articles were packed 
and forwarded to the chapter headquarters. 7,454 garments were 
made in the sewing room and 1,595 knitted articles were turned 
out. As the result of a special linen shower, 600 pieces were 
obtained and sent to France. The Red Cross prepared and 
packed meals for the men as they left for training camps. A 
membership drive in December, 191 7, resulted in 3,827 names 
being added to the roll and approximately 2500 members for 
the Red Cross were obtained in 1918. Six French War Orphans 
were adopted by the local branch. Money paid out for local 
work was as follows : Layettes, $160,00 ; Packing boxes, $4.00 ; 
Linen shower, $574.30; Christmas packages, $304.50; French 
orphans, $219.00; Civilian relief, $1,000.00; Comfort kits, 
$1,100.85; Influenza sufferers, $166.50. The Irwin branch had 
jurisdiction over the Red Cross work in Rilton, Larimer, 



Jacksonville, Circleville, Stcwartsville, Shafton and nearby 
places. 

In the special Y. M. C. A. drive for funds with which to 
conduct war work, the Irwin district almost doubled its quota 
by subscribing $2800. The United W.\r Work campaign in 
which the following seven organizations benefitted resulted in 
$8,550.00 being subscribed. The organizations were : Young 
Men's Christian Association, Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion, National Catholic War Council (Knights of Columbus), 
Jewish Welfare Board, War Camp Community Service, 
American Library Association and the Salvation Army. The 
Y. M. C. A. drive and the United War Work campaign were 
successfully conducted under the leadership of Joseph M. Keister 
of Irwin. 

Mr. Ben Steele was chairman of the Liberty Loan drives 
and under his direction substantial purchases of government 
securities never failed. The subscriptions were as follows : 
First, $52,300; Second, $265,450; Third, $474,450; Fourth, 
$514,500; Victory, $351,250 — a total of $1,657,950. The Boy 
Scouts of Irwin and Larimer were actively engaged during the 
drives and were successful in selling bonds. Several Scouts won 
the medal issued by the United States Treasury Department. 

The principal Four Minute Men in this district were Rev. 
Samuel Blacker, Prof. Samuel Faussold, J. Scott Fink, Dr. 
Charles Taylor, C. L. Herbster, J. J. Collier and Gilbert Evans. 

The Irwin district's part in the World War was that of all 
loyal and patriotic comm.iinities of the nation. 



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ALLSHOUSE. HARRY L. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus A. Allhouse. En- 
listed in Aug. 1918, in the Field Ar- 
tillery. Was sent to Camp Zachary 
Taylor, commissioned Second Lieuten- 
ant and was honorubly discharged 
from service Dec. 4th, 1918. 




ALLHOUSE. ROSS "W— Son of Mr, 
and Mrs . Cyrus A . Allshouse. En- 
lished in July 1917, with the 109th 
Field Hospital, 103rd Sanitary Train. 
2 8th Div. Was stationed at Camp 
Hancock, sailed overseas in May 1918. 
Returned May 9, 1919, and was Sept. 
1. 1919, still in service at Army Hos- 
pital at Carlisle, Pa. 




AXL'ERSON, CARL A.^S<.n nf Mr. 
and Mrs. Axel Anderson. Entered 
service July 22, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and there attached to Com- 
pany A, 104th Machine Gun Battalion, 
2 7th Div. Sailed for France Sept. 6, 
1919. Returned the latter part of 
March 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in April 1919. 




AI'l'I.K, IVAN MI-:',Vn.LE — Son of 
-Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Apple, Irwin. 
Pa. Entered service Sept. 5, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Greenleaf and at- 
tached to the Medical Corps. He 
Avas transferred to Camp Merritt. Was 
appointed Corporal and was honorably 
discharged from service in July 1919. 




AUCKERMAN. FRANK L.— Sou of 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Auckerman, Cer- 
eal. Pa. Entered service Sept. 5. 
1918 . Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and placed with Replacement Com- 
pany No. 50. Sailed overseas in Oct. 
1918. Returned in Jan. 1919, and 
was honorably discharaed later that 
month . 




AL'KERMAX. HAl:!:Y F.— .^uu ui 
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Aukerman. 
Entered service Feb. 11. 1918. Was 
assigned to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company R, 313th Machine Gun Com- 
pany. He sailed for Prance May 26. 
1919. Was lightly gassed, returned 
March 9, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 24tb 
of that month . 




LAUI..II-MAX, CHAKLL^ .Sun of 
Mr . and Mrs . David L . Baughman 
Enlisted June 15, 1917, with the 
109th Field Hospital, 103rd Sanitary 
Train. 28th Division. He was sent 
to Camp Hancock, then Camp Mills. 
Sailed overseas May IB. 1918 . Re-* 
turned May 9, 1919, and was honor-i 
ably discharged on the 21st of that 
month . 




BERGMAN. ARNOLD CARL — Son 
of Mrs. Hilda Bergman. Entered ser 
vice Feb. 25, 1918. AVeut to Camp 
Lee and was attached to the 83rd 
Transportation Corps. He was trans- 
ferred to Camp Belvoir and Camp 
Humphrey . Sailed overseas in July 
1918. Returned in July 1919. and 
was honorably discharged later that 
month . 




BLACKBURN. WADE A.— Son of 
James C . Blackburn. Entered the 
service on Oct. 4, 19i8. in the 335tlh 
Battalion Tank Corps at Gettysburg. 
Blackburn went over.seas in Oct. 1918. 
and returned May 5, 1919. Honor- 
ably discharged May 22. 1919. 




BLAKE. WILLIAil B. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Blake, Westmoreland 
City. Entered service June 3, 1918 
Went to Camp Greenleaf then Camp 
Forrest. Placed with the Headquar-* 
ters' Troop of the 6th Div. Sailed 
overseas July 6, 1918 . Returned in 
June 1919. and was honorably dis- 
charged from service at Camp Dix 
June 17. 1919. 




BLOOM CHAIiLES O.— Son of Mr. 
an<l Mrs. Oliver Bloom. Entered ser- 
vice Feb. 22, 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee and was placed with the 155th 
Transportation Corps. He sailed for 
France in May, 1918, and was at the 
time of publication still in service 
overseas. 




BOLLING. DANII^L GODFRET — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels C. Boiling. 
Irwin, Pa Enlisted June 25th, 1918. 
in the Navy. He was stationed at 
Newport, was aboard the U. S. S. 
Dakota. Made several trips overseas 
and w as honorably discharged from 
service August 15, 1919. 




BOLLING. CARL O. T. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Nels C. Boiling, Irwin. 
Pa. Enlisted July 30. 1918. He was 
in the Radio Detachment on the Ma- 
rine Corps. Was sta;ioned at Paris 
Island; was on board the U. S. S. 
Atlantis, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Aug. 27, 1919.' 



BORRELLI. LUUIS — Entered ser-i 
vice April 29. 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee and was placed with the 32nd' 
Company, 155th Depot Brigade. He 
was appointed Corporal then sergeant, 
and was honorably discharged from 
the service of the United States Dec. 
28, 1918. 




BOX. ROBERT M. — Shafton, Pa. 
Entered service the latter part of May 

1918 . Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and made Cook in the Medical Depart- 
ment. He was transferred to Camp 
Crane. Sailed overseas in Aug, 1919. 
returned to the United States in Aug. 

1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service about the middle of that 
month at Camp Dis. 




BRENTZEL. WILLIAM F. — Son of 
Henry W. and Naomi Brent zell. En- 
tered service Sept. 18, 1917. Was as- 
signed to Camp Gordon and embarked 
for overseas from Camp Mills on Juu« 
27, 1918. Was attached to the 307th 
Supply Train, Company C, 82nd Di- 
vision. Returned to the United States 
on May 9, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged with rank of Corporal on 
May 13, 1919, at Camp Dix. 



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BROCKER. ROBERT J.— Son of ,Mr. 
and Mrs. Nicholas lirocked. Adams 
Mine, Irwin, Pa. Entered servii.-e 
service Sept. 22, 1917. He went to 
Camp Lee. Was attached to the 6th 
Ant i- Air Craft. Machine Gun Batta- 
lion, transferred to Camp Sevier and 
Wads worth, was commissioned Sec- 
ond Lieutenant and was honorably dis- 
charged frcm service Dec. 8, 1919. 



BROWN. JUiiN AJiTHUR — Sun of 
Mrs. Christina Brown, Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered service Feb. 8, 1918. Went to 
Camp Greene and was attached to 
Headquarters Company, 58th Infan- 
try, 4th Div. He sailed overseas in 
May 1918. Was wounded, returned 
to the United States Feb. 11, 1919, 
and was. at the time of publication, 
under treatment for his wounds at 
U. S. Hospital. Carlisle. Pa. 



BROWN. JOSEPH L. — Was born 
April 26, 1895. He is the son of Wil 
liam R. Brown, of Irwin, Pa. He en 
tered service April 29, 1918. with the 
Headquarters Company of the 319th 
Rei,'iment, and went overseas May 17, 
1918. He was in the battles of Ar- 
gonne and Meuse. He returned from 
overseas on May 21, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged June 13, 1919. 
at Camp Sherman. 



BROWN, ISAIAH FLOYD — North 
Trwin, Pa Entered bervice Sept. 7. 
1918. Went to Camp Colt and was at- 
tached to the Headquarters Detacli- 
nient, Tank Corps. He was given the 
rank of Corporal and was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 14, 1918. 







BUTLER, ARCHIE — !^on of John But- 
ler, of Larimer, Pa. He entered ser- 
vice March 11. 1918, H'ith Company F, 
4Sth Artillery, and was sent to Fort 
McKinley, Maine. Butler went over- 
seas in 1918. He was in the hat- 
eles of St. Mihiel and Argonne. He 
returned from oversous ilarch 1919, 
and was honorably discharged the 
same month. 



BUTLER. PHELIX — He is the son 
of John Butler, of Larimer. He en- 
tered service April 6, 1917, with the 
3rd Military Police and was sent to 
Fort Brown. Texas. Sergeant But- 
ler went overseas March 16, 1918. He 
was in the battles of Aisne, Champ 
Marne, Argonne and Belleau "Woods . 
He returned from overseas Aug. 22,' 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
Sppt. 2, 1919. 



CALDWELL, DR. JOHN D . — Ir- 
win. Pa. Born Nov. 1, 1872. Enlisted 
in the military service on Nov. 1, 1818. 
Was assigned to the Medical Corps at 
Camp Greenleaf and was transferred 
to New York City where he was the 
sanitary officer in chirge of Debarka- 
tion Hospital No. 5 with Headquarters 
in .old Grand Central Palace. Was 
honorably discharged from service on 
June 2s. 1019, with rank of Captain.' 



CALDWELL, ROY — North Irwin. 
Pa. Son of Mrs. David Caldwell. New 
Florence. Pa. Entered service Sept. 
22, 1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
then Meade, attached to M. R. S. 
302. Sailed for France in Dec. 1917. 
returned to the United States in June 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month with the 
rank of Corporal. 






CALDWELL, WILLIAM HUGHES 
— Son of Dr. John O. and Mrs. Ida 
Hughes Caldwell, Irwin, Pa . Entered 
the service in the spring of 1918, and 
trained at the Massachuchusetts Int. 
of Technology. Was transferred to 
flying station and received commission 
as Ensign at Penascola, Florida. \Vas 
honorably discharged from service the 
latter part of Jan.. 1919. 



CARLSON, ELMER D . — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Carlson, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. 22, 
1917. Went to Camp Lee and was at^ 
tached to the Machine Gun Company, 
155th Depot Brigade, 80th Div. He 
was appointed First Sergeant and was 
honorably discharged from service in 
Nov. 1918. 



CARLSON, JOHN A.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. August Carlson, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service July 15. 1918. Was 
at State College, then Camp Colt with 
the 310th Motor Transportation Corps. 
He sailed overseas in Nov. 1918, and 
was at the time of publication still in 
the Army of Occupation. 



CARLSON, OSCAR W. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. August Carlson, Lrwin, Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 4, 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Forrest, placed 
with the 4th Provisional Recruit Com- 
pany, and was honorably y discharged 
from the service of the United States, 
Dec. 26, 1918. 




'■A!;i;, JAMES E. — Son <.f Mr. nu-} 
and Mrs. August Carlson, Irwin, Pa . 
Entered service Aug. 1, 1918, went 
to Camp Johnson and was attached to 
Motor Truck Company, No. 547. He 
sailed overseas Sept. 30, 1918. Re' 
turned to the United States July 18. 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service July 24, 1919. 




iWKKoLL, HARRY O.— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. H. O. Carroll. North Irwin; 
Pa. Entered service April 5, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company E, 31st Battalion. 153rd 
Depot Brigade. He sailed overseas 
Mav 24, 1918. Was gassed, returned 
to the United States Nov. 23, 1918, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Feb. 3, 1919. 




CARROLL. JOHN *' Snu ..f Mr. 
and Mrs. James C. Carroll. Entered 
service Sept . 22, 1917. . Went to 
Camp Lee and was attached to the 
19th Railroad Engineers. He was 
transferred to Camp Gordon, Merritti 
and Mills, sailed overseas in April 
1918. Returned to the United States 
in March 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service April 10, 1919. 




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A. L'aroou, LariiiiLi. ^\. . Entered the 
service March 23, 1917. Assigned to 
Fort Brown, transferred to Camp Coll. 
Camp Greene and Camp Mills. Sailed 
for France May 3, 1918. Attached 
Headquarters Compan/, 59th Infantry 
4th Div. Cited for" skillful use of 
trench mortar in Muese-Argonne on 
Sept. 30, 1918, Returned to the 
United States Aug. 1, 1919, and was 
still in service at time of this publi- 
cation. 



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CARSON, KENNETH— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank il . Carson, Irwin, 
Pa. Enlisted May 7, 1918, in the 
Navy. Was sent to Wissahickon Bar- 
racks and Sewells Point. He was on 
board the U. S. S. Sudbury, Made 
several trips overseas and was hon- 
orably discharged from service April 
9, 1919. 



CHIEA, GIOVANNI— Shaf ton. Pa. 
Entered service July 31, 1918. He 
was attached to Company A, 125th En- 
gineers and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Dec. 21, 1918, at Carao Sherman. 




CIPKA, EDWARD— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Cipra. Enlisted May 13, 

1918, with Troop H, 12th Cavalry. 
He was stationed at Fort Bliss, made 
Corporal Aug. 31, 1019. Was hon- 
orably discharged from service in May 

1919. but re-enlisted in June 1919, 
and was Sept. 1, 1919. stationed at 
Camp Hachita, New Mexico . 




CLARKE, EDWIN ^ . — Son of Mrs. 
Let tie May Clarke. Irwin, Pa. En- 
listed Sept. 19, 1918. in the S. A. T. 
C. at the University of Pittsburgh. 
He served as an instructor there in 
the Motor Mechanic School, and was 
honorbaly discharged from service De- 
cember 7. 1918. 



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CLARKE. JOHN M. M.— Son of 
Mr. ami Mrs. John J. Clark. En 
tered military service Sept, 4, 1918, 
and was sent to Camp Forrest. He 
was attached to Company A, 124th 
Engineers, and was honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States Dec. 1918, at Camp Sherman. 



COLES, ELMER K — Suu uf Mr, 
and Mrs. Cyrus W, Cole. Irwin, Pa, 
Entered service July 2, 1918. W^as 
asssigued to Camp Humphreys and 
placed with Company A, 314th En- 
gineers, 89th Div. He sailed for 
France Aug. 26, 1918, returned to the 
United States May 26, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from military 
service June 4, 1919 . 



CONEYBEER, WILLIAM E.— Son 
of Mrs. Elizabeth Coneybeer, Shafton, 
Pa. Enlisted at Welland, Ont. En 
listed June 6. 1915, in the Canadian 
Army aud was attached to No, 9 Pla 
toon, 76th Battalion. He sailed 
from Halifax in March 1915. Was 
wounded in October 1916. Returned 
to Canada in March 1918. and was 
honorably discharged in May 1918 . 
He re ■ enlisted and was an instructor 
in a Canadian (luv (rinii.ni School. 



CONNER, CIIARJ LS M. — Irwin, 
P., Sun of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Con- 
ner. Entered service July 1, 1918, 
and was sent to Spring Garden Insti- 
tute for training. He was assigned to 
the 335th Supply Company, Q, M. 0., 
was sent to Camp Johnson and Mer- 
ritt. Sailed overseas Oct. 2, 1918. 
Returned to the United States May 
13, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
[■harcred from service Mav 25, 1919. 




CONER, MIKE — Was Born April 
the 15th, 1893. He is the son of Ca- 
sino Coner, of Larimer. Pa. He en- 
tered the service March 1917. with 
Company A, 315th Machine Gun Bat- 
tallion and went overseas April 15. 
1918, Coner was in the battles of 
Argonne, Chateau Thierry. He re- 
turned from overseas May 30, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged tho 
same day. 



COOK, CHARLES b, — Son of Mrs, 
Sarah A. Cook, Irwin Pa. Entered 
service July 9, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Doniphan and was attached tr-, 
Battery E, 128th Field Artillery, 35th 
Div. He was transferred to Fort Sill. 
Camp Mills and Devens . Was made 
Corporal, sailed overseas May 19, 
1918, returned to the United States 
in May 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Liter that month. 



COOK, HARRY L. — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah A. Cook, Irwin, Pa . Entered 
service Feb, 11, 191?. He was senO 
to Camp Lee, attached to Company C, 
305th Field Signal Battalion, 80th 
Div. Was made Corporal and honor- 
ably discharged from service Jan. 26, 
1919. 



COOK, JOHN A — SoA of Mrs. Sarah 
A. Cook, Irwin, Pa. Entered service 
April 29, 1918 . Was assigned to 
Camp Lee and there attached to Com- 
pany I. 6th Battalion. He was given 
the rank of Corporal, then Sergeant, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service in Dec. 1918, at Camp Sher 
man . 




CREIGHTON, JOHN HAYS— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs, John H Creighton. Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service March 26th. 
1918. He was sent to Camp Mills 
attached to the 301st Quartermasters' 
Corps, transferred to Camp Merritt. 
Was made First Sergeant and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in June 
1919. 



CROOKSTON. ROBERT R, — Son of 
Mrs. Margaret Crookston, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service in Sept. 1918. He 
was in the S. A, T. C, at Oberlin 
College and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Dec, 23, 1918. 



DAHL. WILLIAM A. — Son of Peter 
N . Dahl, Irwin, Pa . Entered service 
Nov, 6, 1918, and was assigned to 
Camp Greene. He was attached to 
2nd Company. 1st Training Battalion.' 
154th Depot Brigade and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Jan. 
2, 1919, at Camp Meade, 



DAVIS, HARRY W. — Son of Mrs 
Sarah Davis, Irwin, Pa, Entered ser- 
vice the latter part or Sept. 1917, in 
the U. S, Navy, Trained at Hamp- 
ton Roa.ds and Newport. Lost all of 
his effects by the sinking of his ship, 
U . S . S . Oosterdyk, by a German 
submarine on July 10, 1918.^ En- 
gineer Davis was still in service on 
Sept, 1, 1919. 



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DAVIS, HOWARD C. — Son of Mrs. 
Sarah Davis, Irwm. Pa. Entered ser- 
.vice Sept. 22, 1917, and was as- 
signed to Camp Lee, transferred to 
Camp Gordon and Camp Upton. Went 
overseas in May 191S. Cited for ef- 
Hcient first-aid treatment to a wounded 
comrade while under heavy shell fire in 
the Meuse-Argonne on Oct. 7, 1918. 
Returned to the United States and was 
discharged on May 2^, 1919. at Camp 
Di.x with rank of Sargeant. 



DAUGHERTY, CLARENCE H. — 
Son of Mrs. George Gamber. North 
Irwin, Pa . Entered service July 22, 
1918, and was sent to Camp Lee. He 
sailed overseas Oct. 28. 1918, drove 
a staff touring car for General Persh- 
ings Headquarters, returned to the 
United States June 21, 1919, and waa 
honorably discharged from service July 
1st, 1919. 



DELEUKERE, AR.UAND — Son of 
Mrs. Emily DeLeurere. North Irwin, 
Pa. Entered service Feb. 26, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Lee, Laurel Meade 
and others . He was attached to 
Headquarters Company, 5th Engineers, 
was ready to sail overseas when he 
took influenza and pneumonia and died 
at Hoffman Island, N. Y., Oct. 18, 
1918. 



DIAS WILLIAM .7. }', . — Son of 
Jlr. and Mrs. James L. l»ias, Irwin. 
Pa. Enlisted May 4th, 1917, with 
Company B, 7th Field Signal Battalion] 
He was stationed at Port Levenworth. 
Fort Oglethorpe and Eliss. Was made 
Sergeant and was honorably discharged 
from service Sept, 1, 1919. 





DONEGAN. JOHN J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Doneg.m. North Irwin, 
Pa, Enlisted April 8. 1918, in the 
United States Navy. He was stationed 
at Philadelphia Navy Yards, was on 
board the U. S. S. Plattsburg and 
Imperator; made several trips over- 
seas and was at the time of publication 
still doing transport duty. 



DUFFY. JA.MKS \, — Was born 
Jan. 6, 1901. He is the son of Peter 
Duffy or Larimer. Ho entered ser- 
vice Aug. 18, 1919, with the Ordance 
I>epartment, was assi'jned to Camp 
Raritan, New Jersey. Duffy is still 
in Camp. 




DUFFY, .i< iHN i' - -li.- IS Tlic S..II 
of Peter Duffy of Larimer, Pa. He 
enlisted in the service June 28 th. 
1916, with the 5th Supply Company, 
and was assigned to Camp Lee. 
Duffv was honorably discharged 
July 23. 1918. 




I'i.i-FV, rKTKl; K.— Snn .n' I'.-tPr 
Duffy, of Larimer, j?a. He entered 
service June 26, 1916, with Company 
L, llltli Infantry, and was assigned 
to Camps Stewart, Hancock and Dix. 
Corporal Duffy went overseas May 5. 

1918, and was in the battles of Chat- 
eau Thierry, Forest, De Fere, Furtur, 
Fimes and Fismette, He was wound-- 
ed by shrapnel and was slightly gassed 
and returned from overseas in Feb. 

1919, and honorably discharged the 
sinne month . 




DUGAN, DANIEL R. — Son of Mr.- 
and Mrs. William Dugan of Larimer, 
Pa. He entered service Sept. 22, 
1917. with Company G, 325th Infantry 
and was assigned to Camps Lee, Gor- 
don and Upton. Sergeant Dugan went 
overseas on April 25, 1918, and was 
in the Battles of Morbiche, St, Mihiel, 
Meuse and Argonne. He was wound- 
ed by shrapnel. He returned from 
overseas May 17, 1910. and was hon- 
orably discharged May 29, 1919, 




DUNMIRE. GLENX CLAYTON— 
Son of Mr, and Mrs, Andrew J. Dun- 
mire, North Irwin, Pa. Enlisted in 
June 1917, in the Nivy. Was sent 
to Cape May, He was placed on 
board the U, S. S. Michigan. Was 
doing Coast Defense Duty, transferred 
to Sewells Point, was an expert on 
boat repair work and was honorably 
discharged from service Aug. 13, 
1919. 




DUNMIRE, RUSSELL P — Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . Andrew J , Dunmire, 
North Irwin, Pa , Entered service 
Feb. 25, 1918. He was in the Or- 
dance Department. Sent to the Aber- 
deen Proving Ground, given the rank 
of Corporal, later commissioned Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, and was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 19. 1918. 




DUNN, SAMUEL E. — Son of Mrs. 
Margaret Dunn, Irwin, Pa. Entered 
service in July 1917. He was sent to 
Columbus Barracks, then Fort Benja- 
min Harrison, attached to Company M, 
45th Infantry, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Feb. 1919. 




DWIRE, HARRY H. — North Irwin, 
Pa. Entered service in May 1918. 
Went to Camp Meade and was at- 
tached to Company C, 52nd Infantry. 
He sailed overseas July 4, 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States the latter 
part of June 1919, and was honorabl> 
discharged from service at Camp Dix 
a little later. 



ECKBERG, LOUIS ALEXANDER — 
Son of Mr. John Eckherg, Irwin. Pa. 
Enlisted Sept. 12, 1918. in the United 
States Navy. He was sent to the 
Philadelphia Navy Yards, then Seattle. 
Washington, later to Camp Dewey, and 
was honorably dischar£ed from servi<'»» 
in Feb. 1919. 



EICHENBERG, CHARLES C— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eichenberg, 
Irwin, Pa. Entered service in Aug. 
1918. He was assigned to Camp 
Lee placed with Company E. 8th Bat- 
tallion. Was appointed Corporal and 
was honorably discharged from service 
in February 1919. 



ERNEST. WILLIAM — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry Ernest, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service in March 1918, went 
to Camp Hancock and was placed with 
Battery F, 54th Coast Artillery Corps. 
He sailed overseas, returned to the 
United States in Feb. 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from servire 
later that month at Camp Merritt. 



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EWALD, FRED— Son of Mrs . 
Samuel Richards, North Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Jan. L:3, 1918. Was 
sent to Douglas, Arizona, and attached 
to Troop M, 15th Cavalry. He sailed 
for France March 14, 1918. returned 
to the United States June 19th, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service June 25, 1919, with the rank 
of Corporal . 



EYLER, WILLARD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Adam Kyler. Enlisted 
Feb. 26, 1918, with Company I, 110th 
Infantry, 28th Dlv., was assigned to 
Camp Hancock, then Merritt. He 
sailed for France May 3, 1918, was 
slightly gassed and wounded in foot 
"by shrapnel. Returned to the United 
States Jan. 3r 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service May 22. 
1919. 




FAZU'I.i, XKlv Smi, nf Alv. rm,| 
Mrti. Jaijiuii Faziuli, Irwm, I'a. En- 
tered service April 29, 1918. Went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to Com- 
pany H, 63rd Infantry. He was trans- 
ferred to Camp Meade and was hon- 
orably discharged fror.i the service of 
the United States May 13, 1919. 




FKTJCK, MATTEO — Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service July 2nd, 1917, Went 
to Camp Merritt and was attached to 
a Supply Company of the Infantry . 
He sailed for France April 5, 1918, 
and was at the time of publication, 
still in the Army of Occupation . 




FINDLE, WILI.IA.M M.— Smi ..f 
John Findle, of Larimer . He en- 
tered service May 23. 1918, with the 
Machine Gun Department and later 
the Cavalry, and was assigned to the 
Camps Columbus, Russell and Henry. 
Findle was honorably discharged Feb. 
1919, at Camp Henry, Knox, Ky. 



1-INK, SiM'l-'r- -Smm Ml .Mr. ;n,.| 
Mrs . George W . Fiuk, Irwin, Pa . 
Entered the U. S. Naval Reserve 
Forces. June 5, 1918. Trained at the 
Great Lakes Naval Station, Pelham 
Bay Naval Station, Officer Material 
School for Pay Corps, Princeton, N. 
J. Ranked as Chief Petty Officer, C. 
S. K. Was honorsibly discharged 
from service on January 17, 1919. 



Fl.AllI'lirrV. Mt\\:\ .M . Son ,)f 
Mrs . Michael O'Connell . Entered 
service Sept. 19, 1917. Trained at 
the New York Armory and was sent 
overseas Dee. 2, 1917, with Company 
D, 409th Telephone tiattalion. Signal 
Corps. He was in a Motorcycle ac- 
cident, returned to the United States 
Oct. 21, 1918, and w,is honorably dis- 
charged from service April 18, 1919 



FLETCHER, JOSEPH 1).--S.in nf 
Prank Fletcher, Irwlu, Pa . Entered 
service Dec. 6, 1917. Was sent to 
Fort Crockett and attached to Com- 
pany C, 153rd Depot Brigade. R. D., 
1st Battalion ( Trench Artillery . He 
sailed overseas in March 1918 . Re- 
turend to the United States in March 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 15th of that 
month . 




PRANK. IIEULERT l.^^ym of Air. 
and Mrs. A . Frank, Irwin, Pa . En- 
tered service April 5, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee, attached to the 
Quartermaster's Corps. Was made 
Sergeant, then Sergeant-Major and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice March 4, 1919. 



FREEBURG. OSCAR A. — Sun of 
Mr . and Mrs . Charles A . Freeburg, 
Irwin, Pa. Entered service in April 
1918. Went to Camp Colt and was 
placed with Company C. 304th Tank 
Corps. He was transferred to Camp 
Mills and Merritt. Sailed oversea^ 
Oct. 18, 1918. Returned to the 
United States May 1, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later that month with the rank of 
Cnrporal . 




FRY. KPNNETT t:.^S,ni of Mr. 
and Mrs . Daniel H. Fry, Irwin, Pa . 
Entered service Sept. 22, 1917. Went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to 
Company C, 320th Machine Gun Bat- 
tallion. He sailed for France in April 
1918. Was in a number of the large 
engagements . Died of pneumonia ia 
Oct. 12, 1918, at Base Hospital No. 
58, and is buried at Rimaucourt. 
Haute-Marne, France . 




GAUDNLR. WILLIAM HENRY — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Gard- 
ner, of Irwin, Pa. He entered service 
Dec. 14, 1917, with the U.S. Navy. 
He was Second-class Seaman on board 
the N. T. S. Newport, R. I., and 
U . S . S . Louisiana . Seaman Gard- 
ner received the Gunnery Record and 
was honorably dischatged March 8, 
1919, at the Navy Yard. Philadelphia. 
Pa. 




GAUT. CHARLES FRITCHMAN— 
Son of Mrs. Rilla Gaut. Irwin Pa. 
Enlisted in June 1917. with the 109th 
Field Hospital, 103rd Sanitary Train. 
28th Div. He sailed (tverseas in May 
1918. Returned to (he United States 
in May, 1919, and was honorably di.s> 
charged from service at Camp Dix 
later that month. 




GAUT. JOHN GOEHRING — Son of 
Mrs. Rilla Gaut, Irwin. Pa. Enlisted 
in June, 1917, with the 109th Field 
Hospital, 103rd Sanitary Train, 28tb 
Div. He went to Camp Hancock with 
that outfit, was appointed Sergeant, 
sailed overseas in May 1918, returned 
to the United States the latter part of 
July 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service that month . 




GEORGE, MURRAY C . — Son of 
Mr . Samuel C . George, West Leb 
anon, Pa . Entered service April 5, 

1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Company B, 305th Am- 
munition Train, 80th Division . Ha 
sailed overseas May 25. 1918 . Re- 
turned to the United States Aug. 17. 

1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service August 22. 1919. 




GITTENS, JOHN A — Shafton, Pa. 
Entered service in August 1918. Went 
to Camp Wadsworth and was attached 
to Headquarters Company, 56 th Pi- 
oneer Infantry. He sailed overseas 
in Sept. 1918. Returned to the 
United States in June 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 



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(_;00D. HAKKISOX — Sun nf Mr. 
aud Mrs . Jesse G . (iooil, Irwin, Pa. 
Knlisted July 26, 1915. with Head- 
quarters Company, 82nd Infantry, 16tli 
Div. He was sent to the Hawaiian 
Islands, was there for three years, 
and was at the time of publication, 
still in service, located at Camp Kear- 
ny, Cal. 




i.i<.n.H>. IIKNKY J. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry P. Good, Irwin,' Pa. 
Entere-l service May 27, 1918 . Was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf and was there 
attached to the Base Hospital of the 
llOth Div. He sailed overseas No- 
vember 12. 1918. Returned to the 
United States July 6, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
four days later. 





(iuol), .s<'OTT W.^Snn of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jesse G. Good. Entered 
service July 1st, 1913. Was sent to 
Cambridge Springs, tbon Camp Taylor 
and was attached to Battery B, 18tb 
Field Artillery. He served as an 
instructor in Bridge work at Camp 
Taylor and was honorably discharged 
from service in December 1918. 



GOOD, WILLIAM L — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jesse O. Good, Irwin, Pa. 
Enlisted July 13, 1918, with Company 
F, 10:ird Supply Train, 28th Div. 
and was sent to Camp Hancock . H' 
sailed overseas April 28, 1918, was 
gassed at Chateau Thierry, underwent 
treatment at Base Hospital No. 45 
and No. 101. Returned to the United 
States April 20, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in 
Oct. 1919. 




GROW, JOHN 1.— Irwin. Pa. En- 
tered service Dec. 17. 1917. Took 
course in the Aviation School at Cor- 
nell University and transferred to 
Carruthers Field Was commissioned 
Second Lieutenant and served as fly- 
ing instructor at Barron Field. Texas. 
Released March 20, 1919. as a reserve 
military aviator. 




GUSTAFSON. FRANK A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gustafson. En- 
tered service in Aug. 1918. He was 
assigned to Camp Forrest. Was hon- 
orably discharged froiii service Sept. 
6, 1918, and died at his home Oct. 
8, 1918. 




GUSTAFSON, FRKD A.^Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gustafson, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service in Oct. 
1917 . Was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to Headquarters' Company. 
7th Infantry. He sailed for France 
in April 1918. Was wounded in the 
Battle of the Argonne. returned to the 
United States Aug. 23, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 27th of that month. 




HAMILTON. CLARENCE A. — Sun 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted Nov. 4. 1914. 
in the United States Navy. He was 
stationed at Philadelphia Navy Yards, 
then Newport Training Stations. Was 
on board the U. S. S. O'Brien. Was 
Chief Machinists' Mase and was hon 
orably discharged trjm service Nov, 
8, 1918. 




HAMILTON, JAMES K. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hamilton, Ir- 
win, Pa . Entered service in July 
1918. He was sent to Camp Forrest, 
attached to the 3rd Company, Pro 
visional Engineers, Recruit Battalion, 
transferred to Camp Greenleaf and 
was honorably discharged from ser 
vice in Aug. 1918. 




HAMILTON, L . MALCOLM — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Hamil- 
ton, Irwin, Pa. Entered service in 
Sept. 1918. He was in the Students' 
Naval Training Corps at State College 
and was honorably discharged from 
service in Dec. 1918, 




HARKNESS, CHARLES S. — Son of 
John J. Harkness, of Ardara, Pa. He 
entered service with the Motor Me- 
chanics on Sept. 9, 1918, and was 
assigned to Fort Pitt. Private Hark-j 
ness was honorably discharged Dec 
1918. 




HAMMILL, CHARLES RICHARD — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ham- 
mill, Irwin, Pa. He enlisted into the 
service July 1907, with the U. S.r 
Navy. He is Chief Mechanist, and 
spent four years in China. He is still 
in service of the Navy, assigned to 
Italy. 





HARPER. WILLIAM HENRY. JR. — 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. 
Harper, Irwin, Pa. Enlisted May 3, 
1917. with Battery A, 112th Field Ar- 
tillery. 2nd Division . He was sta-- 
tioned at Fort Williams, Fort Myers, 
Merritt and others. Sailed overseas 
Jan. 11. 1918. Returned to the 
United States Aug. 6, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
one week later with the rank of Cor- 
poral . 



HARRISON, EDWAKD — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Harrison, North Ir- 
win. Entered service Sept. 22, 1917. 
He was sent to Camp Lee, attached to 
Company A, 320th Infantry, sailed 
overseas in May 19 IS, was wounded 
by a high explosive shell, returned to 
the United States the latter part of 
March 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service April 8, 1919, 
with the rank of Corpoial. 






HELMAN, ELMEIt GRANT — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Helman . En- 
tered service July 15, 1918. Was at 
State College then Camp Hancock. He 
was attached to the 8th Company 
Coast Artillery Corps, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Dec. 4, 
1918. 




HELMAX, WILLIAM ALVIN — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Helman, Ir- 
win, Pa. Enlisted ia the S. A. T. 
C. at the University of Pittsburgh. 
He was stationed at the Allegheny 
County Soldiers Memorial Hall, was 
Tuade Corporal and honorably dis- 
charged from service Dec. 12, 1918. 



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HKXSLER. JOSEPH A. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Hensler. No. 
Irwin, Pa. Entere 1 service Sept. 
22, 1917. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company A, 319th In- 
fantry, 80th Div He tailed overseas 
in May 1918. Was wounded Oct. 11, 
1918. Returned to the United States 
in July 1919, and honorably dis- 
charged from service later that month 
with the rank of Top Sergeant. 



HENSLEK. PETEii BOXIFArK— 
Son of ilr. and Mrs. T. D . Hensler. 
entered service in July 3918. He was 
sent to Carnegie Technical School.* 
Pittsburgh, then Raleigh. N. C. was 
attached to Company D, played in the 
band and was honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 16, 1918, with the 
rank of Sergeant, 



IIEXSLEK. THOMA.S r»A-\HAN.— 
Son of Mr . and iirs . T. 1.) . Henser, 
North Irwin, Pa. Enlisted April 15, 
1918, with 107th Filed Artillery Band, 
28th Div. He was sent to Camp Han- 
cock and Mills. Sailc-i overseas May 
19, 1918 . Returned to the United 
States May 9th, 1913, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
22nd of that month. 



HKXSLER. WILLIAM— Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph E. Hensler, North 
Irwin. Pa. Enlisted in Nov. 1915. 
with Company E, 28th Infantry, 1st 
Div. He sailed overseas June 7, 
1918. Was wounded at the Battla 
of Soissons, returned to the United 
States in March 1919, and was at the 
time of publication still in service. 




HEKOLD, EDMUND W. — Son of 
Mrs. Julia A. Herold, Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered service in August 1918. He was 
at Camp Pitt, then Jackson. Was at- 
tached to Battery C, 12th Regiment. 
Was made Sergeant and was honorably 
discharged from service in Jan. 1919. 




HERSHEY. C. VICTOR-^Son of 
Mrs. Sarah Hershey, Irwin, Pa. En- 
listed in May 1917, in the Navy. He 
was sent to Philadelpaia Navy Yards, 
was on board the U. S. S. Alabama 
and Pennsylvania and was at the time 
of publication still in service over- 
seas. 




HESS. VENE — Ir^^M^. Pa. Enlist- 
ed in May 1917, with Company D, 
111th Infantry and was assigned to 
Camp Hancock . He sailed overseas 
in April 1918. Was wounded in the 
right leg . Returned to the United 



HOUSEHOLDER, EDWIN A. — Son 

of Mr. and Mrs. George Householder, 
North Irwin. Pa. Entered service 
July 24. 1918 . Was sent to Camp 
Colt and attached to Headquarters' 
Company, 332nd Tank Corps. He 



States in May 1919, and was honorab- sailed for France Sept. 15, 1918. Was 
ly discharged from service in June gassed, returned to the United States 
1919. June 12, 1919, and was honorably dis- 

charged from service June 18, 1919. 




HOUSEHOLDER. JOHNATHAN A. 
— Son of Mr. and Mrs. George House- 
holder, North Irwin, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice March 25, 1918. Went to Camp 
Crane and was attached to the Medical 
Section. He was transferred to Camp 
Merritt, sailed overseas June 13, 1918, 
was awarded a D. S. C. for excep- 
tional bravery at Dunsur-Meuse. Re- 
turned to the United States May 8, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service May 12, 1919. 




HOUSEHOLDER, JlOY W. — Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . George Householder, 
Irwin, Pa . Entered service July 22, 
1918. He was assigned to Camp Lee, 
placed with Company 1, 18th Battal- 
lion Replacement Troop, and was hon- 
orably discharged from the service of 
the United States Dec. 21, 1918. 




HKABAK. JOSEPH D. — Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert Hrabak, North Ir- 
win, Pa. Enlisted May 31. 1917, with 
the 6th Engineers . He sailed for 
France in Dec . 1917 . Was in most 
of the important engagements. Re- 
turned to the United States in Aug. 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month at Camp 
Dix. 




HKABAK. ALBERT R.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hrabak, North 
Irwin, Pa. Entered .'^ervice in Mar. 
1918, went to Camp Leach an was 
attached to the 32nd Transportation 
Corps. He sailed overseas in Oct. 
1918. was made Corporal, returned to 
the United States in July 1919. and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice later that month. 



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HUDSON, JAMES H. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George W. Hudson. En- 
listed Oct. 2, 1918, in the S. A. T. 
C. at Muskingum College. He was 
honorably discharged from the ser- 
vice of the United States Dec. 20, 
1918. 





HUNTLEY^ E. STEWART — Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . Carl G . Huntley, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. 4, 
1918. He went to Camp Sherman. 
Was attached to Company A, 124th 
Engineers. Was transferred to Camp 
Forrest and was honorably discharged 
from Military service Jan. 19, 1919. 



HUKSH. CHARLES ROBERT — Son 
of Mr . and Mrs . James H . Hursh. 
North Irwin, Pa . Entered service 
Sept. 22, 1918. Went to Camp Lee 
and was there attached to the 305th 
Mobile Ornance Repair Shop. He 
sailed for France in May 1918, re- 
turned to the United States May 24, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service June 3, 1919, with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



HURSH, RAYMOND E. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos H. Hursh. Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Feb. 8. 
1918. Went to Fort Douglas and 
was attached to Troop C, 7th Cav- 
alry, 15th Div. He transferred to 
Fort Bliss. Was made Corporal and 
honorably discharged from service 
June 11. 1919. 



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HL'TCUIX-^OX. JACOB C— Suu ui 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hutchinson. 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted Jlay 12. 1917. 
with the 112th Field Hospital, lOHrd 
Sanitary Train, 28th Division . He 
was sent to ilt. Gretna, then Hancock, 
sailed overseas May 18. 1918, re- 
turned to the United States in May 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service May 14. 1919. 





JACOB.S. IIAKOLU 8. — tiou of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jam«s O. Jacobs, North Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. ] 8, 
1918. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at Muhlenberg College, and was hon- 
orably discharged from military ser- 
vice Dec. 12, 1918. 



JUHX.S. LliAKLKS 'J'.—Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. David Johns. Shafton Road, 
Irwin, Pa . Entered service in April 
1918. He was sent to Camp Lee at- 
tached to the Motor Truck Company, 
was made Corporal and honorably dis- 
charged from service in April 1919. 




Juli.WsON, ARTHUR C. — Son of 
Mrs. Blenda Johnson, Irwin, Pa, En- 
tered service Sept. 22. 1917. He 
went to Camp Lee, then Princeton and 
a number of Flying Fields. Was com- 
missioned Second Lieutenant and was 
honorably discharged from service Jan. 
7, 1919. 




JOHN>UX, JOHN ARTHLK— Sou 
of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johnson, 
Irwin, pa . Entered tervice July 15, 
1918. "Went to Camp Hancock and 
was attacheii to 109th Ambulance Co. 
103rd Sanitary Train. 28th Div. He 
sailed overseas, was appointed Mess 
Sergeant, returned to the United 
States May 9, 1919. and was honor- 
ably discharged from service later at 
Camp Dix. 





Ji.>-\h:.s. AKTHLK \VlLBUii— .Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur Jones; 
Irwin, Pa . Entered service in Sep- 
tember 1918. He was in the S. A. 
T. C. at State College, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in Dec. 
1918. 




KEISTEK. C. KOSCUE— Son ni Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph M. Keister. Irwin. 
Pa. Entered service August 15, 1918. 
Was attached to the 33rd Infantry, 
Replacement Troops, Stationed at 
Camp Pitt. He transferred to Camp 
Gordon, and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Nov. 29, 1918. 



Ki-.i>TEK. :?. JAM^S^fron oi Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph M . Keister, Irwin, 
Pa. Entered the service on July 31, 
1918. Was assigned to Vancouver 
Barracks and attache! to the Spruce 
Production Division of the Aircraft 
Service. Ranked as a Sergeant. Died 
of pneumonia Jan. fi, 1919. at hos- 
pital in Vancouver, Washington. 




KISTLER. HARRY E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Edward Kistler. Irwin. Pa .' 
Entered service February 26. 1913 . 
Was sent to Camp Lee and was honor- 
ably discharged from service April 16, 
1918 . He re-enlisted and was at- 
tached to the air service. Trained 
at the School of Photography at Ro- 
chester, N. Y., and was honorably 
discharged from that service Dec. 
19, 1918. 





KISTLER, LAURA E. — Daughter KLINE, JAMES — Son of William KLIXE, JOHN C. — Son of Thos. 

of Mr. and Mrs. Eli L. Kistler. North Kline, of Ardara. He entered service Kline, of Ardara. Hp enlisted with 

Irwin, Pa. Enlisted Nov. 1. 1918. with Company B. 10*3 Machine Gun Company F, 138th Engineers on July 

She was stationed at General Hos- Department, on July 22. 1918. and 22, 1917, and was sent to Camp Lee 

pital No. 9, at Lakewood, N, J., and was assigned to Camps Merritt. Upton and Fort Benjamin Harrison. Kline 

was honorably discharged from ser- and Dix. JKline went overseas Sept. was honorably discharged Dec. 16, 

vice Jan. 3. 1919. 8. 1918. Returned March 19. 1919, 1918. 

and was honorably discharged April 

5, 1919. 




KLINE. JOHN H. — He is the son 
of Hiram Kline, of Ardara, and en- 
t«red service with Company P. 211th 
Engineers on July 31. 1918, and was 
assigned to the Camps Foust and 
Meade. He was First-class Private 
and was honorably cischarged Feb. 
1. 1919. 




KLINE. SAMUEL — He is the son of 
Hiram Kline, of Ardara. and entered 
the service with the 19lh Engineers on 
Feb. 11. 1918, and was assigned to 
the Camps Lee and Merritt. Kline 
left for service overseas in JIarch and 
died on his way over on April 7, 1918. 
He was buried in the American Cem- 
etery at Brest, with full milii;iry hon- 
ors. 




KIM. AUGUST — Son of Gottlieb 
Kim, of Larimer. He enlisted in tha 
service Oct. 5, 1917, with the 320th 
Infantry and was assigned to Camp 
Lee . Sergeant Kim was honorably 
discharged Dec. 16, 1918. 




KLASSEN, NICHOLAS J. — Son of 
Mathew Klassen. of Larimer. He en- 
tered service Mry 6, 1918, with the 
51st Machine Gun Dept., and was as- 
signed to Camps Forrest and Dix. He 
was First-class Private. He went over- 
seas July 4, 1918, and was in the bat- 
tles of Meuse, Argonne and Chateau 
Thierry. He returned from overseas 
in June 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



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KLEMANN. FRED — Son of Mrs. 
Margaret Klemann. Entered service 
Sept, 1, 1918. He was sent to Camp 
Amatol, was attached to the 24th 
Company, 2nd Battalian, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in 
Jan. 1919. 



KLINGENSMITH. RUSSELL J. — 
Son of Mr. James Klin^ensmith, No. 
Irwin, Pa . Entered service Sept . 5, 
1917. Was sent to Camp Sherman 
and attached to the 8th Squadron. He 
was transferred to Fort Wayne, De- 
troit, vvent overseas, returned to the 
United States in Jan. 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 21st of the montli 




KLINKE, WILLIAM E.— Sun of 
Mr . and Mrs . Joseph Kline, North 
Irwin, Pa. Entered service Sept. 
5, 1918. He was sent to Camp Green- 
leaf and was honorably discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Sept. 12, 1918. 



KOBER, EMMANUEL— Sun of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Kober, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 4, 1918. Went 
to Camp Forrest and was placed with 
4th Provisional Recruit Company of 
the Engineers. He was transferred 
to Camp Sherman, and was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 26, 
1918. 




KOSKO, GEORGE— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Kosko, North Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 25, 1918. He 
was in the S. A. T. C. at Thiel 
College and was honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 11, 1918. 




KOSKO, LOUIS — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Kosko, North Mt. Pleas- 
ant. Entered service July 22, 1918, 
was sent to Camp Lee and placed with 
the Censor of Mails, P. 0. No. 702. 
He sailed for France Oct. 27th, 1918. 
Returned to the United States and was 
honorably discharged from service 
March 4, 1919, at Camp Dix. 








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KRAMER, FRED — Sun of Airs. KuU- 
Kramer, Irwin, Pa . Entered service 
in September 1918. He was in the 
Students' Army Training Corps at 
State College, and w^s honorably dis- 
charged from the service of the United 
States in December 1918, 



KROYER, STEPHLN— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Stephen Kri)yer, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service May 27. 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Hancock, and 
placed with the 4th Casual Company, 
1st Regiment. He was transferred 
to Camp Gordon, and was honorably 
discharged from service in Feb, 1919. 






LAUGHLIN, JOHN L. — Son of 
Mrs. Joseph Bender, Fairmont Hill, 
Hirwin, Pa. Entered service ia Sept. 
1919. He was sent to Camp Forrest, 
attached to the 11th Casual Company. 
and was honorably aischarged from 
service in December 1918, with rank 
of Sergeant. 



LENHART, J. RUSH — Sou of Mr. 
and Mrs . Samuel R . Lenhart, Irwin, 
Pa. Entered service May 27, 1918. 
Was assigced to Camp Greenleaf and 
placed with Evacuation Ambulance 
Company No. 16. He was transferred 
to Camp Hill and Mills, sailed for 
France Aug. 28, 191S. Returned to 
the United States July 7, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice July 12, 1919. 



LENTZ, MERWIN— Entered ser- 
vice April 5, 1918. Went to Camp 
Lee and was placed with Company D. 
315th Machine Gun Company, 80th 
Division. He sailed overseas May 
17, 1918. Returned to the United 
States May 30th, 1919, and was hon 
orably discharged from service June 
10. 1919, at Camp Slierman. 



LEWIS, THOMAS J.— Son of Mrs 
Louisa Lewis, Shafton Road, Irwin, 
Pa. Entered service July 22. 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Lee, attached 
to Company B, 147th Engineers. Was 
ready to sail overseas, but was pre- 
vented on account of the influenza epi- 
demic. Was nonorably discharged 
from service in Dec. 1918, with the 
rank of Corporal . 




LINDQUIST. OTTO C.— Son of Mrs. 
Theodore Wohlert, Irwin, Pa. En- 
listed in the Navy in April 1918. He 
was sent to Wissahickoa Barracks. 
Was transferred to the Armed Guard, 
City Park Barracks, Brooklyn, N, Y., 
and was honorably discharged from 
service the latter part of Jan. 1919. 



LINTNER. CHARLES C. — Son of 
Mrs. Maria J. Lintuer, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service April 5. 1918. Went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to the 
314th Machine Gun Battalion, 80th 
Div. He sailed for France May 26, 
1918. Returned to the United States 
June 7, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 12th of 
that month. 




LORENC. JAMES — Son of Joseph 
Lorenc, Hahntown Road, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Oct. 5, 1917. He was 
sent to Camp Lee, attached to Head- 
quarters Company, 155th Depot Bri- 
gade. Was later in the Band and was 
honorably discharged from service 
March 26th, 1919. 



LUCAS, DELMER — Son of Thomas 
Lucas of Larimer . Fentered service 
Sept. 4, 1918, with Company B, 71st 
Engineers and was assigned to Camps 
Foust, Hill and Dix. Lucas went over- 
seas Oct. 21. 1918. Returned July 
11, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged July 17. 1919, 



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McBRIDE, BYKOX VICTOR— Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. James B. McBride, 
North Irwin. Entert"! service Sept. 
5, 1918. He was asj-igned to Fort 
Monroe. Attached lo the Coast Ar- 
tillery Electrical School . Was made 
Corporal and was honoraTjly dis 
charged from service in Dec. 1918. 




MlCLELLAND, JOHN PKICE^Son 
of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. McClelland, 
Irwin, Pa. Entered service in Feb. 
1918. He was with the Field Hos- 
pital Unit No. 109. 28th Division, 
stationed at Camp Hancock. Saileck 
for France May 19, 1918, returned 
to the United States in May 1919, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service later that month. 





^M. ':KLIi_.liT, ROBJCKT- -.^uii ui Mr. 
and Mrs. James McCreight, Irwin, Pa. 
Enlisted April 26. 1917. Went to 
Camp Hancock and was assigned to 
the Supply Company, 107th Field Ar- 
tillery, 28th Division. He transferred 
to Camp Mills. Sailed overseas May 
18, 1918 . Returned to the United 
States May 8, 1919, ai.d was honorab- 
ly discharged from service the 21st 
of that month at Camp Dix. 



:u. i:lRUV. benjamin F. — Son of 
Robert C. McElroy, Shafton, Pa. En- 
tered service Sept. 22, 1917 . Was 
sent lo Camp Lee and attached to 
Battery B, 319th F. A. H., 82nd Div, 
He was transferred to Camp Gordon- 
Sailed overseas May 13, 1918, returned 
to the United States May 11. 1918. 
and was honorably discharged from 
service on the 24th of that month. 




McELROY. FREDERICK— Son of 
Robert C. McElroy, Shafton, Pa. En- 
tered service Feb. 26. 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and there attached 
to the 168th Transportation Corps. 
He sailed for France May 1st, 1918, 
was made Corporal, returned to the 
United States Aug. 17, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
Aug. 21, 1919. 




McGEE. WILLIAM E. — Son of Wil- 
liam McGee of Ardara. He enlisted 
with Troop D, 5th Cavalry, on Aug. 
18, 1919, and was assigned to Glen 
Springs, Texas. McGee is still in 
service. 





MAGILL. (.liAiiLKS T— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Magill, Ir- 
win, Pa . Entered service in April 
1918. Was sent to Camp Cody and 
attached to Company I. 107th Infan- 
try. He sailed overseas in Oct. 1918. 
Returned to the United States the lat- 
ter part of March 1919. and was hon- 
ora'bly discharged from service in 
April 1919. 



MAGILL. DAVID R.^ — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Magill, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 22, 1918, went 
to Camp Lee and was there attached 
to Company K, 35th Engineers. He 
was transferred to Camp Gordon. 
Sailed overseas in March 1919 . Re- 
turned to the United States in June 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month with the 
rank of Sergeant. 



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MAGILL, JOHN H. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . Thomas A . Magill. Irwin, 
Pa . Entered service in April 1918, 
and was assigned to Camp Lee. On 
account of the effects from an injury 
to right leg, received in a motor cycle 
accident. Magill was honorably dis- 
charged from service in May, 1918. 




McKENNA, THOMAS LEO — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Felix McKenna. North 
Irwin, Pa. Entered :::ervice Sept. 22, 
1917. Went to Camp Lee and was 
placed with Company G, 325th Infan- 
try, 82nd Div . He sailed overseas 
April 25th, 1918, was appointed Cor- 
poral, then Sergeant. Returned to the 
United States May 18, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 29th of that monlh. 




McLaughlin, johx a. — Son of 

Mrs. Alex McClain, North Irwin, Pa. 
Enlisted July 13, 1916, in the Marine 
Corps . He was sent on board the 
U. S. S. Pennsylvania: was with the 
Convoy that escorted President Wil- 
son to France. Was given the rank 
of Sergeant, and was at the time of 
publication still in service. 




Mclaughlin, owen a.— son of 

Mrs. Alex. McClain, North Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service July ^4, 1918. Went 
to Camp Johnson and was attached to 
Squadron No. 345, Field Remount. He 
sailed overseas in Oct. 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States July 6, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service three days later at Camp 
Dix. 




McWILLIAMS. HOWARD I. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. McWil- 
liams. Entered service Sept. 5, 1918. 
Was sent to Camp Greenleaf and at- 
tached to the Medical Department, 
General Hospital No. 38. He served 
as an Ambulance Driver at Camp 
Greenleaf and Eastview Government 
Hospital, New York, and honorably 
discharged from service July 26, 1919. 




MANCE. GEORGE — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Valentine Mance. Enlisted Jan. 
28, 1918, with the Cavalry. He went 
to Columbia Barracks, was attached 
to Troop M, 15th Cavalry. Sailed 
overseas in March 1918. Returned to 
the United States Juno 19, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice June 25, 1919. 




MARSH, HENRY C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs . A . Lincoln Marsh, Irwin, 
Pa. Went into service Sept. 6, 1917. 
Was sent to Camp Lee. and attached 
to the Medical Corps of the 320th In- 
fantry, 80th Div. He was transferred 
to Camp Dix and Serman. Sailed over- 
seas in May 1918, Was wounded in 
the right knee, returned to the United 
States May 30, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged from service June 
7, 1919. 




MARCHAND, LOUTS A. — Son of 
Mrs. Rush Marchand. Entered aer- 
vioe Sept. 22, 1917. Was sent to 
Camp Lee and attached to Headquar- 
ters' Company, 314tia Machine Gun 
Battalion, 80th Div. He sailed for 
France in May 1918, returned to the ■ 
United States in June 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 



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MAKTiN. JAMES LOWELL^Son of 
Mr, and Mrs. William L. Martin, Ir- 
win, Pa . Entered service in Oct. 
1918. Trained at Camp Meigs and 
Washington, D. C. Was attached to 
the Motor Transport Corps and given 
the rank of Corporal. Was honorably 
discharged from service in April 1919. 




.MARTIN. JOHN ilLAIR — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Martin, 
Irwin, Pa . Entered the service in 
May 1917. Was stationed at Camp 
Hancock, transferred to Camp Mills 
and sailed overseas in May 1919. W^as 
attached to the 109th Field Hospital, 
103rd Sanitary Train, 28th Div. Re- 
turned to the United States on May 
9, 1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service. 




MAY. WlJ.lihKl [Hi\ — .Son of .Mr. 
and Mrs. Alvey May, Irwin Pa. En- 
tered service July 15, 1918. Was sta- 
tioned at States College. Then Camp 
Holibird and attached to Company A, 
307th Motor Transportation Corps. 
He sailed for France Oct. 20th. 191d. 
Was appointed First Sergeant, re- 
turned to the United States July 27, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service August 1, 1919 . 




MEN(.;ES. J. ANDRE W—Nephew 
of William Clifford Menges. En- 
listed in July 1918, he went to Co- 
lumbus Barracks, then Camp Taylor. 
He graduated from U. O. T. C. at 
Camp Taylor, was conmiissioned Sec- 
ond Lieutenant and was honorably 
discharged from service in April 1919. 




MILI-ER. THEODORE KENNETH— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Miller. 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted in Sept. 1918. 
He was in the S. A. T. at Muhlen- 
berg College at Allenlown. and was 
honorably discharged from military 
service in December 1919. 




MO\VERY, WILLI.H,M STEW^ART— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Mow- 
ery. Entered service Sept. 4, 1913; 
He was sent to Camp Forrest at- 
tached to the 4 th Provisional Com- 
pany, and was honorably discharged 
from service Dec. 26, 1918. 



MINICHIELIO, FELICE— Son of 
Nick Minichiello, of Larimer. En- 
listed Oct. 6, 1917, with Company A, 
1st Prov. Regt., was assigned to Camp 
Lee and Merritt. Minichiello went 
overseas Jan. 1918. Was in the bat- 
tles of Argonne, St. Mihiel and Cha- 
teau Thierry. Returned from overseas 
June 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 




MUSE. ROY — Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
George Muse, Irwin, Pa. Entered 
service July 15, 1918, went to Camp 
Hancock and was attadied to the 2nd 
Company, 37th Coast Artillery. He 
was transferred to Camp Eustice, 
Stewart and Fort Wright, was ranked 
a Mechanic and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in June 1919. 



MOORE. EDWARD \i. — Son of Ed- MORTON, FRANK J. — Son of John 

ward K. Moore, of Lorimer. Entered Morton, of Larimer. He entered ser- 

service Aug. 3, 1918. with Company vice Jan. 1918, with Company D, 

16, Marine Corps, was assigned to 409th Signal Corps, and was assigned 

Paris Island. Moore went over.seas to Camps Leavenworth. Mills and Dix. 

Oct. 1918, returned Aug. 3, 1919. and Corporal Morton went overseas June 



was honorably discharged Aug. 
1919. 



1918, and was in the battles of Meuse, 
Argonne and Chateau Thierry. Was 
wounded in the head by shrapnel. He 
returned from overseas June 1919,i 
and was honorably discharged the 
same month. 




MYERS, CARL A. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Carles S. Myers, Irwin. Pa. 
Entered service in Dec. 1917. He 
was in the Motor Transj>ortation Ser- 
vice at Camp John Wise, San Antonio, 
Texas, and was Sept. 1. 1919, still in 
Service . 



MYERS, HOMER E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Cale S. Myers, Irwin, Pa. 
Enlisted at Columbus Barracks Oc- 
tober 19, 1918. He went to Camp 
Pike. Was attached to the 3rd Squad- 
ron. 4th Cavalry. Was given the 
rank of Sergeant Major, and was at 
the time of publication, still in ser- 
vice. 




MYERS. MAXWELL C . — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Cale S. Myers. Ent 
tered service in Sept. 1918. He was 
in the S . A . T . C . at Muskingum 
College and was honorably dischargied 
from service m Dec. ^91 9. 



NAUMANN, JOHN— Son of John 
Naumann, of Larimer Entered ser- 
vice Sept. 22, 1918, with Company 
D, 320th Cavalry, and was assigned 
to {'amps Dix and Lee. Naumann 
went overseas May 19, 1918. was 
in the battles of Morbach, St. Mihiel 
and Meuse-Argonne. Was wounded in 
the ankle by shrapnel. He returned 
in May 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 




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Naumann, of Larimer 
vice Sept. 6, 1918, v 
320th Infantry, and ^ 
Camp Lee. Naumann 
discharged Dec. 15, 19 



Son of John 
Entered ser- 
1h Company I, 
as assigned to 
was honorably 
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NELLIS, WILLIAM P. — North Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service in Feb. 
1918 . ^^'eut to Douglas, Arizona, 
and attached to Trooj) M, 15th Cav- 
alry. 1st l>iv. He sailed for France 
in April 1918, returned to the United 
States in June 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
25th of that month . 



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NEWLIN. JOHX HUWAKD — Sun 
of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Newlin. 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted in March 1915. 
in the Marine Corps, and was as- 
signed to Norfolk, Va . He was placed 
with Company 6. First Regiment, was 
made Sergeant ami wis honorably dis- 
charged from service in March 1919. 



OSSMAN. KICHARD R. — Son of 
.Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ossman. Entered 
service May 28, 1918. AVas sent to 
('amji Meade and attached to Com- 
pany D, 27th Engineers. He trans- 
ferred to Camp Leach. Sailed for 
France Sept. 1, 1918. Returned to 
the United States in April 1919, and 
was honorably discharged from ser 
vice on the 9th of that month. 



PAINTER, ALBERT I).— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Davitl Painter. North 
Huntingrton Towni^hip. Irwin, Pu. En- 
tered service July 22. 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee, attached to Com- 
pany I, 19th Battalion. Infantry Re- 
plac-einent Camp, transferred to Camp 
Humphreys and was honorably dis- 
charged from service in Jan. 1919. 



PAINTER, HOWARIJ— North Irwin, 
Pa. Enlisted Dec. U. 1917, in the 
Air Service. He was sent to Kelly 
Field, attached to Iho 602nd Train- 
ing Battalion, 1.58th Depot Brigade. 
Was made Corporal and was honorably 
discharged from service April 1, 1919, 
was assigned to Camps Dix and Lee. 




PAINTER, JOHN C. — Hotel Weaver, 
Irwin, Pa. Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Painter. Herminie. Pa. Entered 
service in Feb. 1918. He was as- 
signed to Camp Greenleaf, placed with 
the Medical Corps and was honorably 
discharged from service in Aug. 1019. 




PALANGIO, ANTHONY — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Liborio Palangio, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service July 28, 
1918. He went to Camp Forrest and 
Meade. Was made Corporal and hon- 
orably discharged from service Feb. 
1, 1919. 



PALANGIO, FELIX L. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Louis Palangio, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service June 14, 1918. W'as 
assigned to Camp Lafayette and placed 
with 4tb Company, 1st Battalion to 
the United States Feb. 14, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged from 
military service April 26, 1919. 




PARFITT, HOWARD — Shafton Rd, 
Entered service July 22, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and placed with 
Headquarters' Group S. O. S. Os- 
sification Camp. He sailed overseas 
in Aug. 1918, returned to the United 
States in Aug. 1919, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service latet 
that month with the rank of Sergeant. 




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PARFITT, JOHN R. — Shafton, Pa. 
Entered service July 22, 1918, went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to Com- 
pany H, 2nd Battalion, Replacement 
Camp. He was given the rank of 
Corporal Sept. 8. 1918. and was hon- 
orably discharged from service Aug. 
21, 1919. 



PARFITT, WILLIAM E. — Shafton 
Road, Irwin, Pa. Entered service 
Sept. 22, 1917. Went to Camp Lee 
and was attached to the 307th Trench 
Motor Battery, 82nd Div. He was 
transferred to Camp Gordon, then 
Mills. Sailed overseas in May 1918. 
Was slightly gassed, returned to the 
United States in June 1919 and was 
honorably discharged from service 
later that month. 




PATOSKY, ELMER — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John W. Patosky, North 
Irwin. Entered service Sept. 5, 1918. 
He was sent to Camp Lee. Sailed 
overseas Oct. 5, 1918. and served with 
Base Hospital No. 100 at Poitiers, 
France, and later at Savenay. Re-i 
turned to the United States July 15, 
1918, and was honorably discharged 
from service July 26, 1919. 



PATTON, CHARLES H. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Patton, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Oct. 1, 1918. He 
was in the .S. A. T. C. at the Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in Dec. 
1918. 




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PAULSON, ERIC— Son ..l -Mr. :,nd 
Mrs. Martin Paulson, Irwin, Pa. En- 
listed Jan. 11, 191S. He was sent 
to Fort Thomas, attached to the 7th 
y. S. Cavalry, Troop G. Was trans 
ferred to Fort Bliss and was honor 



ri:hhi.ii. -iniiN I:. — .s.m ,,f j.iiui 
C. Tedder. He entered service Bent. 
4, 1918, with Company C. 137th En- 
gineers and was sent to Camps For- 
rest and Di.\. Pedder went overseas 
Oct. 21. 1918. Returned July 16, 



ably discharged from service in March 1919. and was honorably discharged 
1919. July 22, 1919. 




l'i:l>liEU, WILLIAM R. — Son of 
.John C. Pedder, of Ardara. He en- 
listed in the service with Company C, 
315th Machine Gun Battalion on April 
5, 1918, and was assigned to the 
Camps Lee and Sherman. Pedder 
went overseas May 18, 1918, and 
w-as in the Battles of Artois Sec- 
tor, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne . 
He returned from overseas May 30. 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
June 10, 1919. 



PEOPLES, BEN H. ^Brother of 
Frank D. Peoples. Brush Hill, Irwin 
Pa. Entered service Feb. 5, 1918. 
Went to Camp Shermi.n and was at 
taehed to the Centr.il Records Office 
General Headquarters, Personnel Di 
vision. He sailed overseas March 4. 
1918. Was appointed Regimental 
Sergeant Major, returned to the 
United States Aug. 20, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service a 
week later. 



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PERRY, CHAUNCiiY WILLIAM-- 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. King S. Perry. 
Irwin, Pa. Entered service April 15, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Grant 
and attached to tbe 36th Ry. Engin- 
eers . He sailed for France in June 
1918. Returned to the United States 
in July 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service the latter part 
of that month. 




PERRY, WILLIAM — Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service May 27. 1918. Went 
to Camp Greenleaf and was attached 
to the Motor Transportation Corps 
He was transferred to Fort Oglethorpe 
and was honorably discharged from 
service May 14, 1919. 





PETERS. HOWARD D.— Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M, Peters, 
Irwin, Pa. Entered yervice May 27, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and attached to the Medical Corps of 
the 37th Engineers. He was transn 
ferred to Camp Crane. Sailed over- 
seas Aug. 23, 1918. Returned to the 
United States in March 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service at 
Camp Dix April 4, 1919. 



PFEIFFER, JOHN— Son of Mr. and 
Mrs . Herman Pf eiffer. Irwin, Pa . 
Entered service Sept. 22, 1917. He 
was sent to Camp Lee. placed with the 
Medical Corps of the 155th Depot Bri- 
gade, was made Sergoant and was hon- 
orably discharged from service Feb.^ 
4, 1919. 




PIERCE, RUSSELL U.— Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . Thomas M . Pierce, 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted June 4. 1917. 
with the 112th Field Hospital, 103rd 
Sanitary Train, 28th Division, and 
was -sent to Camp Hancock with that 
outfit. He- sailed overseas May 19, 
.1919. Was in most of the battles 
with the 2Sth Div. Returned to the 
United States May 9, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 21st of that month. 






PLANK, WALTER J. — Born Feb. 
26, 1895. Son of Mr. and Mrs. 
IMichael Plank, Irwin, Pa. Entered 
service July 13, 1918. Was sent to 
Camp Coppee and attached to Com- 
pany D, 420th Telephone Battalion, 
41st Div. He was transferred to 
Camp Vail, then Merritt, sailed over- 
seas Oct. 20, 1918. Returned to the 
United States March 24, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice April 8, 1919. 



PORTER, WILLIAM J. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Porter. Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. 5, 
1918. Was assigned to Camp Green- 
leaf and placed with the Medical 
Corps . He was transferred to Camp 
Upton . Sailed for France the latter 
part of Sept. 1918. Returned to the 
United States July 17, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service a 
week later. 



PRINGLE, HARRY L. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry L. Pringle, North Ir- 
win. Entered service May 17, 1918. 
He was sent to Camps Sevier, Greene, 
Mills and Homestead. Was attached 
to Company F, Inland Convalescent 
Detachment, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service at Camp Up- 
ton, Dec. 20. 1918. 




RADFORD, ALFRED — Son of Peter 
Radford (deceased). Entered service 
Aug. 8, 1917, with Company A. 56th 
Infantry, and was assigned to Camps 
Wadsworth, Mairot and Dix. Rad- 
ford went overseas Sept. 20, 1917 
was in the Battles of Meuse and Ar- 
gonne. Returned from overseas June 
30, 1919, and was honorably dis^ 
charged July 2. 1913. 



RADFORD. GEORGE— Son of Peter 
Radford (deceased ) . Entered service 
May 27, 1918, with the Medical Corps 
of Base Hospital No. 4. and was as- 
signed to Camps Greanleaf and Dix. 
Radford went overseas Aug. 1, 1918, 
returned Aug. 6, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged Aug. 12, 1919. 



BRADFORD. JOHN — Son of Peter 
Radford (deceased). Enlisted into the 
service Feb. 3, 1917, with Company 
A, U . S . S . Marines, and was as- 
signed to Paris Island. He was First 
Class Private and went overseas June 
1917. Was wounded in the forehead 
by shrapnel on June 5, at Belleau. 
Returned from overseas Jan. 10. 1919. 
and was honorably discharged April 
1919. 



RADFORD, SAM — Son of Peter 
Radford (deceased) . Entered service 
April 1919, with the Marines, and was 
assigned to Paris Island. Radford is 
still in service. 




RAMSEY, PAUL E.— Son of Chas. 
W. Ramsey of Larimer. Entered ser- 
vice Aug. 8, 1918, with Company A, 
56th Pioneer Infantry, and was as- 
signed to Camps Wadsworth and Bis. 
Corporal Ramsey went overseas Sept. 
4, 1918. Was in the Battles of Meuse 
and Argonne, and aldo in the Army 
of Occupation. He returned from 
overseas June 25, 1919. and was hon- 
orably discharged July 1, 1919. 



RAMSEY. WILLIAM 0. — Son of 
Charles W. Ramsey, of Larimer. En- 
tered service Sept. 4, 1918, with 
Company 4, 320th En^iineers, and waa 
assigned to Camps Forrest and Sher- 
man. He was Mess Sergeant and was 
honorably discharged Dec. 26, 1918. 



REDHY, FUAXCIS 1'.— Irwin. Pa. 
Enlisted Dec. 8. 1917, in the United 
States Navy. He was on board the 
U. S. S. Adams and Tarantula and 
was honorably discharged from mili- 
tary service Aug. 11, 1919. 



REI'M\-, ,li>>i:i'II 1-— huiu, Pa. 
Born Z\l;n-(h 16, 1895, entered service 
in Dec. 1917, was assigned to Camp 
Grant, then Kelly Field, and was at- 
tached to the 879th Aero Squadron. 
He was transferred to Wright's Field; 
was appointed Corporal and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in 
April 1919. 



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RESTO. FRANK — Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered service Feb. *J6, 1918. Was 
sent to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company A, 601st Kn^ineers. He 
sailed overseas June 30, 1918, re- 
turned to the United States July 6, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from military service six days later. 




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RINEHART, WILLIAM F. — Son of 
Mrs. Robert Edmunds. Shafton. Pa. 
Entered service April 5. 1918. Went 
to Camp Lee and was there attached 
to Company C, 305th Field Signal Bat- 
talion. He sailed for France May 
26, 1918. Was in the St. Mihiel and 
Argonne Offensives. Returned to the 
United States May 30, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service 
June 7, 1919. 




ROSE, ANTHONY--Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Rose, Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered service Dec. 6, 1917. W^as as- 
signed to Fort Crockett and attached 
to Battery D, 1st Trench Artillery- 
Battalion. He sailed for France 
March 18, 1918. Was in the St. 
Mihiel, Argonne and Aisne-Marne Of- 
fensives. Returned to the United 
States March 8th, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service March 
14, 1919. 




ROBINSON, CHARLES C— Son of 
Mrs. Emma Rohinson, Irwin. En- 
tered service Dec. 1, 1918. Was as- 
signed to Camp Meade and placed 
with the No. 168 Transportation 
Corps. He sailed for France in July 
1919. Returned to the United States 
Aug. 17, 1919, and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 2l8t 
of that month with the rank of Ser- 
geant . 




ROSE, JAMES W. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Rose, Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered services Oct. 6, 1918. Went to 
Camp Lee and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 80 . He was transferred 
to Camp Lee and was attached to Base 
Hospital No. 80. He was transferred 
to Camp Wheeler, then Upton. Sailed 
overseas September 20. 1918. Re- 
turnede to the United States May 24, 
1919, and was honorably discharge^ 
from service June 9, 1919. 




SAM, ABE — Son of Mrs. Mary 
Sam, Irwin, Pa. Entered service May 
18, 1918. He was in the Motor 
Transportation Corps, stationed at 
Camp Dix and Meigs, and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Feb. 21, 
1919. 



SAM, ESAU — Son of Mrs. Mary 
Sam, Irwin, Pa. Entered service 
Sept. 18, 1917. Went to Camp Dix, 
then Green and was attached to Com- 
pany H, 7th Infantry, 3rd Div. He 
sailed overseas April 6. 1918. Was 
wounded in the head in the Meuse Ar- 
gonne Offensive. Returned to the 
United States Aug. 21, 1919, and 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 27th of that month. 



SARVER, GEORGE F. — Son of 
Samuel Sarver, of Ardara. He en- 
listed with the Motor Mechanics on 
Sept. 19, 1918, and was assigned td 
Camp Pitt. Sarver was honorably 
discharged from service Dec. 1918. 




SCIIKIIR, FRANK E.S.m ,,f Mr.. 
and Mrs. August Schehr, Irwin. I'a. 
Entered service Sept. 4, 1918. He 
went to Camp Forrest . Was attached 
to Company A, 124th Engineers. Was 
cook for that Company and was honor- 
ably discharged from service Dec. 22, 
1918, at Camp Sherman. 



.^clINiniiKl;, ELMER G. — Son of 
Lewis .Schneider of Larimer. He en- 
listed March 1917, with the Coast Ar- 
tillery and was assigned to Cajtps 
Columbus and Stewart. Schneider 
went overseas Aug. 1918. Returned 
Feb. 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged the same month. 



SCHONEFELD, SEWARD FRED— 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Schoen- 
feld, Irwin, Pa. Entered service in 
May 1918, was sent to Fort Thomas 
and attached to Headquarters' Com- 
pany, 7th Division. He sailed over- 
seas the latter part of July 1918, was 
made Corporal, returntd to the United 
States in June 1919, and was hon-i 
orably discharged from service en the 
28th of that month. 



SNEFF. JOHN B. — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Henry W. Sneff. Irwin. Pa. 
Entered service May 25. 1918. Went 
to Fort Oglethorpe and was attached 
to Base Hospital No. 78. He sailed 
lor France Aug. 31, 1919. Returned 
to the United States June 16, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service two days later with the rank 
of Sergeant. 




SHAMP, < ill,l>l\— Sni, ,-,t Mrs. 
Robert Creighton, of Larimer. He 
enlisted April 21, 1917, with Com- 
pany A, 111th Infantry, and was aS' 



SHAY, FRANK J. — Son of Mrs. 
Margaret Shay, Irwin, Pa. Entered 
service in May 1918. He was in the 
Naval Aviation School at Boston Tech- 



signed to Camp Lee. Lieutenant nical, and was honorably discharged 
Shamp went overseas April 1918. was from the service of the United States 
in several battles and was woundeck in Nov. 1918. 
through th« right cheek and right 
limb while in action at the front. He 
is still in service in Poland. 



SHAY, MICHAEL J. Irwin, Pa.- 
Entered service in Oct. 1917, was 
sent to Camp Lee an 1 there attached 
to Company B, 307th Ammunition 
Train. He sailed oversea in the 
spring of 1917. Was gassed and sent 
to a hospital in Philadelphia in the 
Spring of 1919, and was honorably 
discharged from service in May 1919, 
with the rank of Sergeant. 



SHRUM, GEORGE DIXON — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Shnim, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. 22, 
1917. He was sent to Camp Lee, 
transferred to Camp Dix and -was at- 
tached to Casual Officers' Detach- 
ment. Was commissioned Second 
Lieutenant and was at the time of 
publication still in service. 



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SHIELDS, JAAIK.S O. — Won of Mr. 
and Mrs . James Shields, Irwin, Pa. 
Enlisted Bee. 13, 1917. with the Ma- 
chine Gun Officers' Training Scliool. 
He was stationed at Camp Grant, Han- 
cock and others. \Vas made Corporal 
then Sergeant, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service Dec. 13, 1918, 



SHIELDS. JOSEPH M. — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Shields, Ir- 
win, Pa. Enlisted in July. 1918, in 
tlve United States Navy He was sta- 
tioned at the Philadelnhia Navy Yard. 
Bremerton Navy Yard, then Was- 
ington, D. C, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service with the rank of 
Chief Quartermaster. 



SENSENICH, ROY REESER — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Christian E. Sense- 
nich. Irwin, Pa. Entered service Feb. 
11, 1918. Was sent to Camp Lee and 
placed with Company E. 3().5th Mo- 
tor Supply Train, 80th Div. He sailed 
for France May 24, 1918. Was in a 
number of important battles, including 
St, Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. Re- 
turned to the United States June 3, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service June 11. 1919, with the 
rank of Corporal. 



SHUPE. JOHN M — Son of William 
C. Shaupe, Irwin, Pa. Entered ser- 
vice Dec. 1, 1917. ^Vent to Colum- 
bus Barracks, then Wiights Field, and 
was attached to the 166th A^ero Squad- 
ron. He sailed for France March 5, 
1918. Served as a Chauffer in Eng- 
land, France and Germany, Returned 
to the United States June 16, 1918, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service the last of that mouth. 




SHRUM, RUBEN \\i:i,T\"- -Snn ni 
Mr , and Mrs . Daniel E . Shiuin. Jr- 
win. Pa . Enlisted as a Chaplain in 
the United States Navy in June 1918. 
He trai&ed at Annapolis Naval Acad- 
emy, was then placed on board the 
U. S . S . Arkansas and was at the 
time of publication still in service. 




SIMON. ElKLVi; :;..,, (,| 
limn, of New Hope. J.-'a . He c niisled 
in the service Oct . 18, 1917, with 
Company E, 413 Signal Corps and as^ 
signed to Camp Dix and Armory at 
Jersey City. Simon went overseas 
Jan. 19, 1916, and returned April 28, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
May 1, 1919. 



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Mrs. HtMir.v 
tered servici 
assigned to 



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July 22. 1918. He was 
Camp Lee. placed with 



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Company M, 18th Battalion, and 
honorablv discharged from the service 
of the United States Dec. 21. 1918. 



Mr. iiini .Mrs. Josei'li Sisick, Irwin, 
Pa . Enteretl service in June 1918 . 
Went to Fort Oglethorpe and was 
placed with Company B, 52ud Infan- 
try, 6th Div. He sailed overseas 
July 6, 1918. Returned to the United 
States June 12. 1919, and was made 
Corporal . Was honorably discharged 
from military service June 26, 1919. 




SISTEK, JOSEPH 
Entered military .service July 22, 1918. 
Went to Camp Lee and was placed 
with Company F, 4t'i Infantry, 3rd 
Division. He sailed overseas in Sept. 
1919. Returned to the United States 
Aug.. 24, 1919, and was honorablv 
discharged from service later , 



SISTEK, WILIJAM L.— Snn ,,f Mr 
and Mrs. Charles B. Sistek, Hahn- 
town. Pa. Entered service Sept[ 5, 
1918. Was sent to Camp Greenleaf 
and placed with General Hospital No 
3. He was made Sergeant and was 
at the time of publication still in tho 
service of the United States. 



SLACI^', l.l'.oN I. Sun ul .Ml . :mmI 

Mrs. Josfph B. Slack, Irwm, Pa. 
Enlisted in April 1917, in the Marine 
Corps. He was sent to Paris Island, 
was attached to 15tli Company, 2nd 
Marine Corps . Was transferred ta 
Key West, and was at the time of 
publication still in service . 



.s.\ll'|-ll, l;oLA\!) (; Snn .if Mr. 

ami .Mrs. Edwin G. Smilli, ir\\'in. Pa 
Enlisted in July 1917, in Air Service. 
He was station^ed at the Aviation 
School at Princeton, then Camp Dix 
and Park Field, and was honorably 
discharged from service in July 1918. 




SNYDER, FRANK I; s,,,. ,,r Vv 
Snyder, of Larimer. He cnlihted May 
18, 1918, in the Navy, and was sent 
to Norfolk, Va . Seaman Snyder is 
still in service. 




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win, Pa . 
12, 1918, 



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and was assigned to Camp 



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of May 1918, and was attached to 
Company L, :r30th Inlantry, 80th Di- 
vision. Killed while on duty at lis- 
tening post Aug, 13, 1918, by a Ger- 
man raiding party near Blairville, 
France. Was burled that evening in 
cemetery at the village of Blairville. 

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SnWASH, Al.l;l-.l;'l' i; -.■;. of 
Daiiifl .Suuiush. Suuliun. I'a . LnU-red 
service Sept. 22, 1917. was sent to 
Camp Lee and placed with the 320th 
Machine Gun Company. He sailed for 
France in April 1918, was wounded in 
the left arm and shoulder. Returned 
to the United States March 11, 1919. 
and was honorably discharged from 
service April 24, 1919. 



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May 29, 1917. with Company 7, 45th 
Engineers, and was assigned to Camps 
Dix and Humphreys. Private Sprock 
went overseas June 1918, and re- 
turned July 1919. and was honorably 
discharged the same month. 



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STOKER, EMANUEL A. — Son of 
Mrs. Emile Sebek. Shafton Road, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Sept. 5. 
liH."^. H'3 was sent to Camp Lee. then 
(Jreenleaf. attached lo Motor Company 
No. 14. and died Dct. 12. 1918. at States De 
Camp Greenleaf of influenza and pneu- 
monia . 



SWENSON, OTTO E. — Irwin, Pa. 

Kiitere.l service Oct. 1. 1918. He was 

in the S. A. T. C. at the University 

of Pittslnirgli and was honorably dis- 

har^eil from the service of the United 

15. 1918. 



TAYLOR, ALFRED L. — Enlisted in TERRILL. ISAAC B.— Son of Mm, 

May, 1917. Commissioned Captain Tda Brown. Shafton Road. Trwin. Pa. 

Aug. 17, 1917. Sailed for France Entered service June 7. 1918. Was 

Jan. 31, 1918. Commissioned Ma.ior sent to Fort Oglethorpe and attached 

Feb. 14. 1919. After the Armistice to Company K. 52nrl Infantry. He 

he served in the Army of Occupation sailed overseas July 6. 1918. Re- 

until Miiy 1919. when he was appoint- turned to the United States June 12. 

ed to the Food Commission and sent 1919. was honorably discharged from 

to Armenia. Still serving at tim^e of service June 26, 1919 
this publication. 




THORNTON. CHARLES T N-n m 
George E . Thornton nf Laiimer . He 
enlisted in the Marines June 15, 1917, 
and was sent to Philadelphia . Pri- 
vate Thornton was Honorably dis- 
charged January 1910. 




Tin lui'i-:, .IAM1-: - i ^ - ■. ..f 

MiUhcu X. Thorpe. -A Laiuncr . He 
enlisted with Company A, lU7th Ma- 
chine Gun Battalion. June 8, 1917, and 
was assigned to Camjis Hancock and 
Merritt. Thorpe went overseas May 
1918, and was in the battles of Cha- 
teau Thierry and Argonne. He was 
killed while figrhting at Argonne by 
shrapnel on Oct. 7, 1018. and is buried 
in the American Cemetery in France. 



TRA\ I> Al.r.l I;T il. — Son of Al 
fred Tr;i\ i.s ui Lai nm r . He enlisted 
in the Navy on September the 11. 
1918, and was sient to Puget Sound, 
Washington. Seaman Travis was hon- 
orably discharged from service March Dec. 191 
1919. 



TRA\ IS -lolIN K. — Son of Alfred 
Travis, of Lurimer. He enlisted with 
the S. A. T. C. on Sept. 17. 1918, 
and was assigned to State College . 
Travis was honorably discharged on 




VANCE, JESSK L.— Snii •>[ My. 
and Mrs . Jesse K . Vance. Irwin. Pa. 
Enlisted June 5, 1917, with the 109th 
Field Hospital, 103rd Sanitary Train. 
28th Div. He was assigned to Camp 
Hancock, then Mills, sailed overseas 
May 18. 1918 . Returned to the 
United States May 9, 1919, and was 
honorably discharged from service on 
the 21st of the month. 



\ AM i:, UK IIAi;l> i; >..n ,,t .Mi, 
and Mrs , Jesse K. \ ance, Jrwin. Pa . 
Enlisted May 13, 1918. with Motor 
Transportation Corps No. 413, 4th 
Army Corjis, was sent to Camp John- 
sou. then Hill. He sailed overseas 
July 10, 1918, returned July 5. 1919,: 
and wa.s honorably cischarged from 
service at Camp Dix ten days later. 
July 5, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service at Camp Dix ten 
days later. 



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and -Mrs. James \ dt- li. .Shritton, Pa. 
Entered service in July 1918 . Was 
sent to Cami> Lee r.nd attached to 
Troop F, 15th Cavalry. He sailed) 
overseas in Oct. 1918. Returned to 
the United States in August 1919, and 
was honorably discharged from mili- 
tary service later that month at Camp 
Dix. 



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lit .Mrs. rliarles Anriersnn, Brusii liill, 
Irwin, Pa. Enlisted as an Army 
Nurse April 22. 1918 . She was sta- 
tioned at Walter Reed Hospital, in 
Washington, D. C. Sailed overseas 
Dec. 8, 1918. Returned to the United 
States July 13, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service in Aug. 
1919. 




WATSON. CHARLES A. W.. Jr. — 
Son of Charles Watson, of Larimer 
He enlisted with the Headquarters' 
Company, GOth Infantry on Jan . 26. 
1918, and was assigned to the Camps 
Green, Merritt and Dix. Watson 
w-ent overseas April 16. 1918, and 
was in the battles of Meuse and Ar- 
gonne. and was wounded by shrapnel 
in the left arm. Ho returned from 
overseas July 20, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged July 26. 1919. 



WATSON. NORMAN — Son of John 
Watson (deceased), and enlisted in 
the Navy on Ain-il 29, 3918, and was 
sent to Cape May. Seaman Watson 
was honorably discharged from the 
service March 10, 1918. 



WEA\ KK. .).\Mi';s K,— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Weaver, Irwin. Pa. 
Enlisted in the United States Navy in 
June 1917. He was stationed at the 
Philadelphia Navy Yards. Wissahickon 
Barracks and Annapolis. Was on 
board the U. S. S. Connecticut, com- 
missioned Ensign and honorably dis- 
charged from service in Dec. 1918. 



WENCE EUGENE — Son of Mr. 
anil Mrs. John E. Wence, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service July 22. 1918. Went 
to Camp Lee and was attached to Com- 
pany C. 115th Machine Gun Battalion. 
He sailed overseas S-ept. 6, 1918, lost 
the sight of one eye from the effects 
of influenza. Returned to the United 
States April 2, 1919. and was honor- 
ably discharged from service on the 
15th of that month. 



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WiiALLX. JOHN L. — Suu ui" Mr. 
and ilrs . John Whaltn, Irwin, Pa . 
Entered service Nov. 3 0, 1917, with 
Battery F, 17th Field Artillery, 2nd 
Div. He sailed overseas Dec . 19fi 
1918. Returned to the United States 
in August 1919, and was honorably 
discharged from service on the 16th 
of that month. 




WJIALKM. 11A:>:>A LUiiLTTU — 
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Whalen, North Irwin . Enlisted Sept. 
21. 1918, as a Red Cross Nurse. She 
was in the U. S . Hospital at Cape 
May, then at Camp Devens, Camp Hill, 
and was honorably discharged from 
the service of the United States Julv 
1, 1919. 




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WllITEllEAD. W. LUUIS-^Sun ui 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Whitehead, 
Irwin. Pa. Enlisted June 5, 1917. in 
the United States Navy. He trained 
at Sewells Point. Philadelphia, Navy 
Yards, was a musician on board the 
U. S. S. Hancock, and was honorably 
discharged from service July 12, 1919. 




WILLIAMS, GEOKUE E.— Irwin. 
Pa. — Entered service May 3rd. 1918. 
Was assigned to Fort Thomas and at- 
tached to Company K. 52nd Infantry, 
6th Division. He transferred to Camp 
Forrest, sailed overseas July 6, 1918, 
returned to the United States June 12. 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 17 th of that 
month. 







WILLIAMS. FREDRICK T. — Son 
of Mr . and Mrs. Edward V. Wil- 
liams, Irwin, Pa . En;ered service in 
March 1918. He wis sent to Camp 
Meigs, then Camp Merritt, was at- 
tached to the 11th Company, Quarter- 
masters Corps. Sailed overseas July 
1, 1918, and was Sept 1. 1919, still in 
service overseas. 



WILSON. MURRAi V. — Son of 
John A. Wilson, of i>arimer. He en- 
tered the service Sept. 12, 1918, with 
the navy and was sert to Cape May. 
Seaman Wilson is still in service. 



WILSON, WARREN D.— Son of 
John A. Wilson, or Larimer, Pa. He 
enlisted with Company 11, Student 
Army, Training Corps, on Oct. 15, 
1918, and was assigned to Pitt, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Wilson was honorably 
discharged Dec. 11, 1918. 



WINTER. RICHARD — Son of Rob- 
ert Winter. Irwin, Pa. Enlisted June 
30, 1917, in the United States Navy. 
He was stationed at Sewell's Point. 
Cape May, N. J., was assistant In- 
structor in the 4th Naval District 
Band and was honorably discharged 
from service in Januairy 1919. 




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WRIGHT, JOHN S.— Son of Mrs. 
Jessie A . Wright, Irwin, Pa . En- 
listed April 14, 1917, in the Marine 
Corps, went to Paris Island, was at- 
tached to the 47th Company, 5th Regi- 
ment, 2nd Division . He sailed for 
France in June 1917, was wounded 
by shrapnel June 25. 1918, was 
awarded a Croix de Guerre. Re- 
turned to the United States Sept. .9, 
1918, and was at the time of publi- 
cation in Walter Reed Hospital. 



WYNCOOP. ARTHUR L. — Son of 
Ira C. Wyncoop, of Larimer. He en- 
listed in the S. A. T. C. on Sept. 
1, 1918, and was sent to New Con- 
cord, Ohio. "Wyncoop was honorably 
discharged Dec. 26, 1918. 






WYNCOOP, WILLIAM J.— Son of 
Ira C . Wyncoop . He enlisted w^ith 
Company K Infantry on Aug . 29, 
1918, and was sent to Camp Lee. He 
was First-class Private and was hon- 
orably discharged December 20, 1918. 



YATES, WJLLIAM P. — Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Jan. 29, 1918, was 
sent to Camp Greene and attached to 
Company B, 115th Infantry, 29th Div. 
He sailed overseas April 27. 1918. 
Returned to the United States May 
11, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from military service June 
9, 1919. 



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YONEY, NICHOLAS J. — Son of 
Mr . and Mrs . Andrew Y'^oney- Hahn- 
town Road, Irwin. Pa. Enlisted in 
the United States Navy, December 5.! 
1916. He was stationed at New- 
port, R. I., placed on board the U. 
S. S. Ozark and was, Sept. 1, 1919, 
still in service. 



ZANELLO, ANGELO — Shafton. Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 22, 1917, was 
sent to Camp Lee and attached to 
Company A, 305th Engineers. He 
sailed for France in March 1918, was 
slightly wounded and gassed, re' 
turned to the United States in August 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service later that month. 





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BERKOWITZ, JACOB M — Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Berkowitz, Ir- 
win, Pa. Entered service Oct. 1, 
19 IH. He was in the S. A. T. C. 
at the University of Pittsburgh, anil 
was honorably discharged from ser- 
vice December 13. 1918. 



BRICK, EDWARD I,. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward Brick. Entered 
service Sept. 4, 191S. He was as- 
signed to Camp Forrest, attached to 
the 5th Company, 1st Training Bat- 
talion, Erigineer.s, was transferred to 
Camp Sherman, sailed overseas, re- 
turned to the United States in De- 
cember 1918, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service on the 21st of 
the month. 



COOLEY, E. GAIL — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James H. Cooley, Cereal, 
Pa. Entered service Sept. 19. 1918. 
He was in the S. A. T. 0. at State 
College, and was honcrdbly discharged 
from the service of the United States 
Dec. 'Jl, 1919. 



COWELL, K. JAMiiS— Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Eli J. Co'.vell, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service January 14, 1918, and 
went to Fort Thomas, where he was 
attached to Troop A, olh Cavalry. He 
was transferred to Fort Sam Houston. 
Sailed overseas March 16, 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States June 29, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service July 4, 1919. 



FARMER, CHARLES W.— Son of 
Frank A. Farmer, Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered the service on June 1, 1918, and 
trained at Ft. Ogletliorpe, Camp For- 
rest and Camp Mills. Sailed for 
France on July 6, 1918, saw servictf 
in the Gerardiuer Sector and in the 
Argonne Forest. Returned to the 
United States on June 12, 1919, and 
was honorably discharged on June 18, 
1919. 



GONGAWARE, EARL E. — Son of 
Josiah Gongaware, Trwin, Pa . En- 
tered service Sept. 5, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf attached to 
the Medical Corps, Section B, Motor 
Company No. 7, and was honorably 
discharged from service Aug. 5, 1919, 
at Camp Dix. 



GONGAWARE, WREFORD F.— Son 
of Mr. E. N. and .Mary A. Gonga- 
ware, Irwin, Pa. Entered the mili- 
tary service on June 15, 1918. and 
sailed for France on Sept. 29. 1918. 
He was attached to the 424th Sup- 
ply Train of the Motor Transport 
Corps while overseas. He returned to 
the United States on July 20, 1919, 
and was honorably discharged on July 
29, 1919, with the rank of Corporal. 



HAMILTON, WILLARD K. — Son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Hamil- 
ton, Irwin, Pa., entered service Sept. 
21, 1917, was sent to Camp Lee and 
attached to the 305th M. O. R. S., 
80th Div. He sailed overseas May 25, 
1918, returned to the United States 
May 24, 1919, and was honorably dis- 
charged from service June 4, 1919, 
with the rank of Corporal . 



HAWK, WILLIAM M.— Son of Mrs. 
Annetta Hawk, Irwin, Pa. Entered 
service Aug. 10, 1918, was assigned to 
Fort Benjamin Harrison and placed 
with the 143rd Transportation Corps. 
He sailed overseas Sept 30, 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States May 22, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from the service May 27, 1919. 



MOSSO, LOUIS P. — Hahntown Rd. 
Entered service May 27, 1918, and was 
sent to Camp Greenleaf. He was at- 
tached to the Medical Corps, trans- 
ferred to Camp Jackson and Taylor, 
and was honorably discharged from 
service Sept. 3, 1919. 



MUSE, CHARLES H. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Muse, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service in May 1918. He was 
assigned to Camp Greenleaf. Attached 
to Headquarters' Company, 4th Div. 
Sailed overseas in Aug. 1918. Re- 
turned to the United States Aug. 1, 
1919, and was honorably discharged 
from service on the 25th of that month. 



NOBLE, ROBERT — Son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Christopher Noble. Entered mil- 
itary service April 5, 1918. He was 
sent to Camp Lee. Attached to the 
37th Company, 10th Training Battal- 
ion, 155th Depot Brigade, and was 
honorably discharged from the ser- 
vice of the United States April 24, 
1918. 



PERRY, GILBERT— Irwin, Pa. En- 
tered service Jan. 18, 1918. Went 
to Camp and was attached to Com- 
pany D, 33rd Engineers. He sailed 
for France July 14, 1918. Was en- 
gaged in the Meuse-Argonne and other 
battles. Returned to the United 
States May 23, 1919, and was hon- 
orably discharged from service June 
7, 1919. 



PLANK, RUSSELL E. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrrs. Michael Plank, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service Sept. 5, 1918. He 
was assigned to Camp Forrest. Was 
attached to the 11th Casual Company 
of Engineers, was m.ide Corporal and 
was honorably discharged from service 
Dec. 23, 1918, at Camp Sherman. 



ROSE, VICTOR C. — Son of Mrs. 
Ida Rose. Irwin, Pa. Enlisted May 1, 
1917, in the United States Navy, went 
to Newport and was placed on board 
the U. S. S. Canadaigua. He was 
rated as a Yoeman, made several trips 
overseas, was attached to the .Atlantic 
Mine Fleet that served in the North 
Sea and was honorably discharged 
from service March fi, 1919. 



SCULL, SHIRLEY— Brush Hill, Ir- 
win, Pa. Enlisted in Nov. 1918. She 
was a Y. M. C. A. worker, ran a 
canteen at the University of Pitts- 
burgh and was honorably discharged 
from the service in December 1918. 



SHOTTS, AMOS C. — Son of Mr. 
and Mrs. E. P. Shotts, Irwin, Pa. 
Entered service in Jan. 1918. He 
went to Columbus Barracks, Fort 
Thomas, Kelly and Caruther Field. 
Was attached to the Medical Corps 
and was honorably discharged from 
service in Feb. 1919. 



SHRUMP, CHARLES E.^Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Shrump, North Ir- 
win, Pa. Enlisted May 26, 1917, 
with the Railroad Engineers, 19th Reg- 
iment, 2nd Div. He -nas stationed at 
the Commercial Museum. Philadelphia. 
Pa. Sailed overseas