The 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Veteran Association

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World War I

Roll of Honor for the

32D ‘Red Arrow’ Division

Surnames C

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Name

Rank

Narrative

397.   

Cabai, Louis

Pvt.

born ca. '96; Milwaukee, WI; WNG; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; Marne; MIA 5 (4) Aug. '18, presumed KIA at age 22; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

398.   

Cadotte, John

Pfc.

born '99; Native American, Chippewa; son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cadotte; hometown Reserve or Hayward, WI; enlisted in Co. H, 6TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Hayward, WI; assigned to Co. D, Motor Bn., 107TH Ammo. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; Alsace, Aisne-Marne, Fismes, Oise-Aisne, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, Juvigny; DD, pneumonia, 21 Feb. '19 in Germany at age 19 (date and location of death might be wrong, he “died immediately following the armistice in a hospital in France, from pneumonia and exposure, and William George, who died at Coblenz some time afterward” according to newspaper article (Pfc. William George DD 10 Feb. '19); some references list rank as Sgt., but most list it as Pfc.; repatriated and reinterred at Saint Francis Cemetery, Reserve, WI on 10 Aug. '20; about 2,000 Native Americans attended the joint funeral for him and Pfc. William George; Capt. William W. Wismer, cdr. of Co. D led the firing squad, Hayward American Legion were also well represented; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

399.   

Cairns, William Bateman, Jr. 'Billy'

Sgt.

born 3 Jun.'94 at Ellsworth, WI; father William B. and Dora B. Cairns, NoK, 2010 Madison St., Madison, WI (hometown); attended U. of Wis., Class of '17 or '19; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; one reference lists rank as 1st Lt., but most state Sgt.; Cierges; KIA 30 Jul. '18 near Ronchères at age 24; namesake of William B. Cairns Post No. 57 of American Legion in Madison; repatriated and reinterred at Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, WI on 23 Jul. '21

400.   

Caldie, Thomas D.

Pfc.

born 17 Jul. ‘90; son of Thomas James and Mary (Duame) Caldie, mother NoK, Stiles, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; Hagenbach, Badricourt, Château-Thierry, Fismes, Valpriez Farm, Juvigny, Terny-Sorny, Verdun, Champagne, Gesnes; KIA 9 (7) Oct. '18 at age 28; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

401.   

Call, Ernest Jonas

Pvt.

born 1 May '94 at Manchester, NH; son of Silas William and Ella Isabelle (Shirley) Call, father NoK, 728 Lake Ave., Manchester, NH (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 3 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester, NH

402.   

Caloni, Victor

Pvt.

NoK John Caloni, 1251 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA (hometown); served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 22 (28) Oct. '18; 126TH Inf. history lists him as MIA during Meuse-Argonne; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

403.   

Cameron, Fred Lisle

Pfc.

born '91; NoK C. B. or Mrs. W. M. Cameron, Bessemer, AL; hometown Milwaukee, WI; attended Milwaukee's West Division H. S.; WNG; served with Btry. A, 120TH FA; defense sector; KIA at 0430 hrs. on 14 Aug. '18, at age 27, near Courville by a bomb while on guard duty; Pfc. Warren Fricke and Pvt. Max Murphy were wounded by same bomb; buried where he fell by regt. chaplain; repatriated and reinterred at Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI

404.   

Camors, Arnold W.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Josephine Camors, 1527 Melpomene St., New Orleans, LA (hometown); served with Co. K, 125TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

405.   

Campana (Compana), Thomas

Pvt.

hometown Lorain, OH; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; DW 10 Oct. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

406.   

Campbell, Archie H.

Pvt.

NoK Archie D. Campbell, 4214 Quigley St., Oakland, CA (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; DD 1 Nov. '18; interred at Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, CA; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

407.   

Campbell, Cecil E.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. O. G. Campbell, NoK, 2097 Hamilton Blvd., Lansing, MI; hometown Owosso, MI; served with Btry. A, 119TH FA; ACC 4 Jul. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

408.   

Campbell, Ernest

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Rachael A. Campbell, Monroe, VA (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; WIA 1 Jul. '18; KIA 2 (1) Aug. '18

409.   

Campbell, Fred E.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Mary Campbell, 222 S. 2nd St., Onaway, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18

410.   

Campbell, John H.

Pfc.

NoK Henry H. Campbell, 510 Hamlin St., Jackson, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 128TH Inf.; KIA 16 Oct. '18; interred at Woodland Cemetery, Jackson, MI

411.   

Campbell, Robert H. (F.)

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Sue Campbell, R. F. D. 1. Wichita, KS (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 (6) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

412.   

Campbell, William J.

Pvt.

born Sep. '95 in MO; hometown Pauls Valley, OK; also had ties to Tuscahoma, OK; entered service in AR, some references state he had ties to Faulkner Co.; served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

413.   

Canary, James Harry

2d Lt.

born 4 Dec. '95 at OK; son of James D. and Anola Jane (Gibson) Canary; NoK S. C. Canary, Caney (Casey, Canary), KS (hometown); had some Native American ancestry, listed as 1/64 Cherokee on Dawes Rolls, mother was 1/32; may have entered service from CO; student of college of pharmacy at U. of Mich. in '14-'15; enlisted as Pvt. in Co. E, 91ST Div. on 20 Oct. '17; trained at Camp Lewis, WA; commissioned 2d Lt. Jun. '18; transferred to Camp Lee, VA; overseas Aug. '18; served with Co. I or Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. (31 Jul.) '18 near Gesnes at age 23; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; the bridge over Cheyenne Creek on Hwy. 75 outside Caney was dedicated in his honor, with a metal plaque describing his brief life and sacrifice; the bridge was rebuilt in the '60s but was not rededicated to him, the metal plaque was relegated to the County Hwy. Dept. shop where it lay forgotten until it was eventually sold as scrap by an unthinking County Commissioner

414.   

Canavan, Roy

Pfc.

born 29 (30) Jan. '88 at Brady Township, Kalamazoo Co., MI; son of Charles and Anna L. (Bond) Canavan, mother NoK, Vicksburg, MI (hometown); father was Civil War veteran; worked at Lee Paper Co. in Vicksburg; Mich. NG, some references state he was first man from Vicksburg drafted; sent to Camp Custer, MI 4 Sep. '17; sent to Camp McArthur, TX; assigned to Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18 near Château-Thierry while trying to save a wounded comrade, Cpl. Homer D. Swanders also from Vicksburg, when their unit was forced to withdraw; Swanders was wounded in both knees, Canavan and another Soldier started to carry Swanders to safety when the two of them were KIA by a shell burst, Swanders was rescued when their unit was able advance later; first man from Vicksburg killed in the war; repatriated and reinterred at Schoolcraft Township Cemetery, Vicksburg, MI 28 Jul. '21; military honors provided by Joseph Westnedge Post of American Legion in Kalamazoo; the Roy Canavan Post No. 213 of American Legion in Vicksburg was named in his honor

415.   

Canuteson, Otto W.

Pvt.

NoK C. Canuteson, Sterling, MI; hometown Standish, MI; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; WIA 3 Oct. '19; DW 19 Oct. '18; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery

416.   

Cappelletti (Cappelleti), Amedio (Amedeo or Amedoe)

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Orsolo Camandra, NoK, Norma, Roma, Italy (nativity); hometown Detroit, MI; may have entered service in OH; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; DW 30 (29) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

417.   

Caradine, John Gerald

Cpl.

born 25 Apr. '98; son of Hector N. B. and Sophie Caradine, father NoK, 119 W. Russell St., Monroe, WI (hometown); father Green Co. DA; attended U. of Wis., Class of '20; enlisted Dec. '17; assigned to Co. H, 127TH Inf., half of which, Co. H, 1ST Wis. Inf., was originally from Monroe; fought at defense sector (Haute Alsace) and Aisne-Marne (a.k.a. 2Marne); WIA 6 Aug. '18; DW 12 Aug. '18 near Cierges at age 25; brother Mahlon H. also served

418.   

Carboneau, Arthur L.

Pfc.

father James Carboneau, NoK, East Lake, MI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

419.   

Card, Glen (Glenn) H.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. Mayme Card, 639 Woodlawn, Owosso, MI (hometown); served with Btry. C, 120TH FA; SN 2302656; WIA 28 Oct. '18 by counterbattery fire near Gesnes; Cpl. Lawrence Cramer, Cpl. Donald McFadzen, and Pvt. Otto A. Paulson were also WIA, Pvt. Paulson DW 29 Oct. '18; earned 1 wound chevron, HQ, 120TH FA Special Order No. 176, 28 Nov. '18; DW 29 Oct. '18

420.   

Carignan, Charles F.

Pvt.

born Dec. '94 at Langdon, ND; son of John Joseph and Sarah Catherine (Doyle) Carignan, father NoK, Avondale, MT (hometown); served with Co. K, 126TH Inf. (32D Div. in WW states Co. E, findagrave.com listing states 125TH Inf., no co.); KIA 28 (29) Aug. '18 at about 0700 hrs. by MG fire near Juvigny; family received letter from Pvt. Roy D. Chisolm, his best friend, dated 3 Sep. '18; repatriated and reinterred at Catholic Cemetery, Olga, ND; namesake of Charles Carignan Post of American Legion in Opheim, MT

421.   

Carl, Charles F.

Pfc.

born ca. 1892; hometown Park Falls, WI; enlisted in Co. A, 6TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Phillips, WI; assigned to Co. B, 119TH MG Bn. when 32D Div. was organized; 2Marne, Juvigny; DD, pneumonia, 6 Oct. '18; interred at Forest Home Cemetery, Fifield, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

422.   

Carlisle, Norman

Pfc.

father William Carlisle, NoK, Elkton, OH (hometown); served with Co. K, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

423.   

Carlsen (Carlson), Nels Peter

Cpl.

born ca. '94; son of Julius and Anna Carlsen, Camp Douglas, WI; hometown Frederic, WI; also had ties to Orange, WI; served with 128TH Inf.; def. sec., Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne; KIA (DD, tuberculosis) 10 Nov. '18 at age 24 (23); listed twice in WGSL with conflicting information; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

424.   

Carlson, Carl

Pvt.

Emil Carlson, Barrett, MN (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

425.   

Carlson, Elmer R.

Pfc.

born ca. 1894; hometown Peshtigo, WI; served with 127TH Inf.; Château-Thierry to Fismes, Laon to Juvigny, sec near Verdun; DW 14 Oct. '18 at age 24; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

426.   

Carnohan (Carnehan), George T.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Eva Brown., Snells P.O., Spotsylvania, VA; hometown Post Oak or Fredericksburg, VA; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; not listed as casualty in 126TH Inf. history; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

427.   

Carollo (Corollo), Alcide (Aloide)

Pvt.

born ca. '00; father Martin Carollo, NoK, Lohrville, WI (hometown); served with Co. C, 107TH Sup. Tr.; MIA 5 Feb. '18, presumed KIA, at age 18 sinking of Tuscania (missing at sea); memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Brookwood American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

428.   

Carps, Joseph

Pvt.

NoK Lawrence Carps, brother, Carnegie, PA (hometown); served with Co. B, 125TH Inf.; MIA 4 Oct. '18, presumed KIA; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

429.   

Carr, Barnell C.

Cpl.

NoK T. R. Carr, Albany, KY (hometown); served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; earned Silver Star Citation, posthumously, for his actions 22 Jul. '18 on the Vesle River; the date of action for Silver Star might be erroneous, on 22 Jul. the Div. was in transit between the Alsace Sector and the Château-Thierry area, they went over-the-top 30 Jul. and reached the Vesle ca. 31 Jul.; also awarded Croix de Guerre, posthumously; WIA 22 Jul. '18; KIA 28 Aug. '18 (some references state DW 4 Aug. '18); interred at Arlington National Cemetery

430.   

Carretto, Joe

Pvt.

NoK Umberto Carretto, Bottogno, Italy (nativity); hometown Floriston (Floston), CA; served with Co. A, 362D Inf., 91ST Div.; attached to 32D Div.(?); SN 2780908; KIA (DW) 2 Oct. '18 by artillery shell at ration dump at Very; initially interred 200 yards SW of Very on Very-Cheppy Road; interred Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

431.   

Carrico, Edd

Pvt.

born '92; son of John F. and Emily Carrico, mother NoK, Davis City, IA (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Miller Cemetery, Harrison Co., MO

432.   

Carroll, Frank J. (L.)

Sgt.

father R. F. Carroll, NoK, Lynch, NE (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; DW 14 Oct. (8 Oct.) '18; namesake of Frank Carroll Post No. 204 of American Legion at Lynch, NE; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

433.   

Carter, Allen B.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. M. J. Carter, 615 Kate Ave., Hattiesburg, MS (hometown); entered service from AR; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; namesake of Allen B. Carter Post No. 24 of American Legion at Hattiesburg

434.   

Carter, George

Pvt.

NoK John Lysaght, friend, St. Joseph, MI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

435.   

Carvounis, James J.

Pvt.

father John D. Carvounis, NoK, Souvilleas, Phiotidos, Greece (nativity); hometown Ramsey, MN; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

436.   

Case, Frederick Thomas ‘Fred’

Pfc.

born ca. '96; son of Philip Arthur and Jessie M. (Bratton) Case, Tomahawk, WI, mother preceded him in death, father NoK; NoK Thomas Bratton, Grand Rapids, WI; hometown Brokaw, WI; also had ties to Junction City and Grand Rapids, WI; served as a cook in Co. F, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, from Oshkosh, during Mexican Border Crisis; served with Co. G, 128TH Inf.; Alsace, 2Marne, Soissons, Champagne, Montfaucon; KIA 4 Oct. '18 at age 22; listed as MIA on 2 Dec. '18 casualty list; interred at Arlington National Cemetery; brother, Pfc. Philip, WNG, served in same unit, earned Croix de Guerre

437.   

Casford, Earl Edgar

Pvt.

born 14 Sep. '91 at Oshkosh, WI; son of Henry Richard and Nellie (Barden) Casford; NoK Miss Millie Casford, 237 Division St., Oshkosh, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. D, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 30 Aug. '18 at age 26

438.   

Cason, William LeGrande

Pvt.

born 18 Nov. '94 at Ashley Co., AR; son of Rev. Albert Gallatin and Mary Carolyn (Berry) Cason, father NoK, Atlanta, AR (hometown); farmer; attending Fourth District Agricultural School (now U. of Ark.) at Monticello and member of Ark. NG when he entered active service; likely assigned to 39TH 'Delta' Div., which was designated a replacement div. when it reached France; served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Flat Creek Cemetery, Fountain Hill, AR

439.   

Casper, Orvel N.

Pvt.

born '93; father Joseph H. Casper, NoK, 605 28th St., Milwaukee, WI; worked as grain inspector for Milwaukee Assn. of Commerce; served with San. Sqd. 2, 107TH Sup. Tr. (Med. Dept., 120TH FA); KIA (DR) 5 Feb. '18 at age 24 during sinking of Tuscania; interred at Port Ellen (Kilnaughton), Isle of Islay, Scotland, 9 Feb. '18; repatriated and reinterred at Calvary Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI, or St. Charles Cemetery, Fond du Lac, WI; memorial services held at St. Michael's Church; buddy of Edward T. Lauer, who survived the Tuscania and documented much history of 32D Div.

440.   

Cassens, Herman

Pvt.

born '88; hometown San Francisco, CA; married Caroline Cassens; member of Order of Native Sons of Golden West, Castro Parlor 232, San Francisco; served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18; interred at San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, CA

441.   

Cataneszii (Cantanszei or Cataneszwi), Domenic (Pometo)

Pvt.

hometown St. Ignace, MI; served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; DW 29 (30) Aug. '18; 126TH Inf. history states he was WIA 29 Aug. '18 and DW 21 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

442.   

Catelini, Bambino L. (Catilini)

Pvt.

NoK Angelo Catelini (Catilini), brother, Crockett, CA (hometown); served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; KIA 30 (31) Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

443.   

Catlin, Samuel L.

Cpl.

NoK James H. Catlin, brother, Kingsburg, CA (hometown); served with Co. B, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 3 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

444.   

Catlow, Clarence Edward

Pvt.

born 18 Aug. '93 at Barrington, IL; son of John Edward and Emma (Johnson) Catlow, mother NoK, Barrington, IL (hometown); worked as fireman for Chicago & North Western (C&NW) railway for 7 years; entered service Aug. '17 at Libertyville, IL; may have served with Co. C, 127TH Inf. and transferred to HQ Co. at some point; MIA 16 Oct. '18; family received telegram 6 Jan. '19 informing them he had been KIA; brother Walter also served in France; interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Barrington, IL

445.   

Caton, Guy L.

Pvt.

born 15 Dec. '92 at Jefferson Township, Elkhart Co., IN; mother son of Leander and Mary L. (S.) Caton, NoK, R. F. D. 1 (220 Wilden Ave.), Goshen, IN (hometown); entered service 26 Apr. '18 at Goshen; trained at Camp Zachary Taylor, KY and Camp Beauregard, LA; assigned to 18TH Co., 5TH Bn., 159TH Dep. Bde.; overseas Aug. '18 with Co. F, 154TH Inf., 39TH Div. (which was designated replacement div.); transferred to Co. F, 125TH Inf.; fought at Verdun and Meuse-Argonne; DW 12 Oct. '18; family notified 3 Jan. '19; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

446.   

Caulkins, Clifford M.

Pvt.

born '98; NoK Calvin Caulkins, grandfather, New Auburn, WI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 127TH Inf.; KIA 16 Oct. '18 in the Argonne at age 19; interred at Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, WI

447.   

Cavanaugh, Peter AlphonsusAlphonsus

Cpl.

born 14 Aug. '95 at Big Rapids, MI; son of Thomas Joseph and Bridget M. (Whalen) Cavanaugh, father NoK, 614 W. Bridge St. or 115 N. Warren Ave., Big Rapids, MI (hometown), both parents Canadian immigrants; member of Knights of Columbus, Big Rapids Council No. 1300; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; earned Croix de Guerre w/bronze star for his actions as a message runner; DD 9 Apr. '19 at Coblenz, Germany at age 23; listed on 22 May '19 casualty list; repatriated and re-interred at Mount Carmel Cemetery, Big Rapids, MI on 14 Aug. '20; not listed in 32D Div. in WW as a casualty but his Croix de Guerre is listed

448.   

Cayo, Edward J.

Sgt.

born ca. '96 ('92) at WI; son of Henry M. and Louisa Josephine (Rossenbach) Cayo; NoK Elsie Helen Cayo, 416 Steward Ave., Wausau, WI; hometown Schofield, WI; married; enlisted in WNG; served during Mexican Border Crisis, likely with Co. G, 3D Wis. Inf. from Wausau; assigned to Co. G, 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; Alsace, Champagne; KIA 17 Oct. '18 at age 22

449.   

Celmer (Calmer), Alexander (Alexandria)

Pvt.

NoK Stanley Celmer (Calmer), 4104 E. 7th St. (4106 E. 79th St.), Cleveland, OH; hometown in MI; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; KIA 30 Aug. (1 Sep.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

450.   

Cescato, Vittorio

Pvt.

born Jun. '93 at Ciano, Italy (nativity); NoK Angelo Cescato, brother, Latauche, AK (hometown); entered service from WA; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; DW 13 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

451.   

Chamberlain, Harry A.

Pvt.

born ca. '96; NoK Roy Chamberlain, Mauston, WI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 128TH Inf.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; DW 7 Oct. '18 at age 22; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

452.   

Champagne, John C.

2d Lt.

born 17 Apr. '91 at Breaux Bridge, LA; NoK Mrs. Rena Champagne, Elm St., Lake Charles, LA (hometown); served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; 31 Jul. '18; interred at Orange Grove Cemetery, Lake Charles, LA

453.   

Champagne, Wilfred J.

Pvt.

father Alfred J. Champagne, NoK, 53 Waterfille St., Waterbury, CT (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18, initially reported as MIA; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

454.   

Champion, Horace Robert (Robert Horace)

Sgt.

born 15 Oct. '91 at St. Heliers, Jersey, England (nativity); son of William Stephen and Louisa Jane (De la Haye) Champion; NoK Mrs. Lillian Dale, sister, 7 Vauxhall St., St. Heliers, Jersey, England (mother listed as NoK in some references); enlisted in Royal Navy 1 Oct. '07, 2 weeks shy of 16th birthday, served for 5 years; emigrated to U.S.; resided at Camden, NJ (hometown); enlisted in U.S. Army 5 Jan. '16 at Ft. Slocum, NY; SN 246247; Co. I, 17TH Inf. 5 Jan. '16 to 21 Aug. '17; arrived overseas 12 Jan. '18; 1ST Co., 1ST Inf. Tng. Bn. to 27 Mar. '18; 10TH Co., 1ST Inf. Tng. Regt. to 31 Aug. '18; Co. M, 161ST Inf., 41ST Div. to 8 Sep. '18 (likely overseas with 41ST Div., then assigned to tng. units after it was designated replacement div.); transferred to Co. D, 127TH Inf. 8 Sep. '18; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

455.   

Chaney, Walter T.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. W. E. Chaney, R. F. D. 4, Horse Cave, KY; hometown Three Springs, KY; served with MG Co., 125TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 9 Oct. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

456.   

Chaplain, Louis Henry

Pvt.

born 7 Sep. '93 at St. Bernard Parish, LA; son of Frank and Agathe (Delacour) Chaplain, mother NoK, 2107 Art. St., New Orleans, LA (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; brother John M. also served

457.   

Chapman, George W.

Cpl.

born 11 Oct. '90; father Louis Chapman, NoK, Edgar, WI; hometown Frankfort Township, Marathon Co., WI; also had ties to Corinth, WI; served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 27; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Colby Cemetery, Colby, WI; namesake of Chapman-Betler Post of American Legion in Athens, WI

458.   

Chapman, John Arthur

1st Lt.

born 15 Dec. '89; son of Samuel Arthur and Mary Josephine (Wittenmyer) Chapman, Meigs Township, Adams County, OH (hometown); NoK Carlos Wittenmyer (Wintenmeyer), 44 Puritan Ave., Detroit, MI; may have been assigned to 125TH Inf.; served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn. when he was WIA; DW 14 (12) Sep. '18 at Paris, France; interred at Suresnes American Cemetery; also memorialized at Steam Furnace Cemetery, Steam Furnace, OH

459.   

Chapman, Leslie Kellogg

Mech.

born ca. '89; son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Chapman, mother NoK, 18 Orchard St., Auburn, NY (hometown); graduated Auburn H. S.; graduated Cornell U. in '13, member of Helios and Sphinx Head, varsity rower; attended Federal Military Training Camp at Plattsburg, NY 5 Jun. to 2 Jul. '16, he was Cpl. in Co. A, 3D Training Regt.; served in Co. M, 108TH NY Inf., NYNG, during Mexican Border Crisis; discharged for disability when 108TH NY Inf. mobilized for WWI; drafted 23 Nov. '17; went to France Jan. '18 as replacement Soldier and assigned to Co. D, 128TH Inf. (one reference states he sailed to France with the unit); 32D Div. in WW lists regt. as 126TH Inf., not listed with Co. D in 126WwG, most references state 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18 (31 Aug.) near Juvigny at age 29; repatriated and re-interred at Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, NY ca. 1 Jan. '21

460.   

Chapman, Wilbur R.

Sgt.

NoK Mrs. A. R. Chapman, Mesa, AZ; hometown Ann Arbor, MI; also had ties to Hayden, AZ; Mich. NG; served with Co. E, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

461.   

Chapman, William C.

Pvt.

born ca. '95; NoK Mrs. Alvina Chapman, 1333 E. Wilson St., Madison, WI (hometown); served with 127TH Inf.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, Juvigny, Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, defense sector; MIA, presumed KIA, 2 Sep. '18 at age 23; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

462.   

Charpie, Samuel James 'Sam'

Sgt.

born 20 Sep. '90 in Kingman Co., KS; son of Alvin Benton and Sarah Ann (Maybelle) Charpie, Kingman, KS, father preceded him in death; father, born at OH, enlisted in Co. G, 51ST Ind. Inf. ca. 1861 at age 16 and served with that unit for duration of Civil War, uncle, Avery B., also served with an Ind. regt. during Civil War; graduated Kingman H. S. in '10; junior at U. of Kans., School of Engineering, ca. '13; resided at St. Paul, MN for a while, moved to Rhinelander, WI (hometown) ca. spring of '17; musician, he was member of Rhinelander City Band; enlisted in Co. L, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Rhinelander, WI; member of the unit when it departed Rhinelander for Camp Douglas, WI on 30 Jul. '17; assigned to 127TH Inf., likely Co. L, when 32D Div. was organized; DD, anthrax, on 24 Mar. '18, soon after landing overseas; mother, born at WI, was NoK and received telegram 28 Mar. '18 while visiting daughter, Mrs. K. A. Perry, 1209 N. Dearborn St., Indianapolis, IN; interred at Suresnes American Cemetery; brother Alvin B., Jr., may have also served (about to enter service when Samuel died); not listed in 32D Div. in WW

463.   

Chatfield, Wallace

Pfc.

born ca. 1894-95; Native American, Chippewa; son of Peter and Sarah W. Chatfield, father NoK, St. Charles, MI (hometown); also had ties to Fergus, MI; may have had ties to Ashland, WI; attended Mt. Pleasant Indian School ca. '03-'07; served with Co. G, 128TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 3 Aug. (6 Oct.) '18 at about age 23-24; he, Sgt. Earl A. Goldsmith and Cpl. Grover C. 'Casey' Jones were in a ravine when a large shell landed nearby, a piece of shrapnel struck Chatfield in the side of the head, he died instantly, the other 2 were uninjured; listed as MIA on 20 Oct. '18 casualty list; listed as "KIA, Previously Reported MIA" on 3 Apr. '19 casualty list; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery; brother, Pfc. Arthur, served with Co. K, 125TH Inf., WIA;

464.   

Chatterton, Iden E.

1st Lt.

born '88 at OH; son of George Iden and Nora (Champion) Chatterton, mother NoK, 1112 Wellington Ct., Ann Arbor, MI (hometown); graduated Paulding (OH) H. S. in '07; graduated U. of Mich. in '11; Mich. NG; Sgt. in Co. H when 126TH Inf. was organized; 2d Lt. 4 Dec. '17; assigned scout officer for 2D Bn. 1 Aug. '18; WIA, gassed, 1 Aug. '18; evacuated to hospital, returned to duty 2 Sep. '18; KIA 6 Oct. '18 at Bois de Emont near Cierges; interred at Live Oak Cemetery, Paulding, OH

465.   

Cherney, Jack

Pvt.

NoK Mike Cherney, brother, Podolskov, Huberni, Russia (nativity); served with Co. A, 125TH Inf.; DW 29 Aug. '18

466.   

Cherry, Joseph F. (T.)

Pvt.

born 4 Jul. '89; NoK Mrs. Olmar Crow, sister, Saratoga, TX (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 (11) Oct. '18; interred at Oil Town Cemetery, Saratoga, TX

467.   

Chew, Lee Hong

Pvt.

hometown Locke, CA; also had ties to San Francisco; served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; DW 13 Oct. '18; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

468.   

Chipchase, Roy V.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Clara Chipchase, 455 17th St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 125TH Inf.; KIA 30 Sep. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

469.   

Choate, Hazael Stanley

Sgt.

born '97; son of  William Henry and Harriet Amanda (Bingham) Choate, mother NoK, 202 N. Wisner St., Jackson, MI; hometown Liberty, MI; also had ties to Cement City, MI; enlisted in 31ST Mich. Inf. (likely Co. L or M), Mich. NG Jun. '17; assigned to Co. G when 126TH Inf. was organized; KIA 28 Aug. '18 at Juvigny; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Liberty, MI; brothers Joe and Lester also served

470.   

Christ (Crist), Jesse (Jessie)

Cpl.

NoK John Allen, friend, 410 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; WIA, gassed, 4 Aug. '18; KIA 5 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

471.   

Christanson, Toward

Cpl.

father Ed. Christanson, NoK, Soo Junction, MI (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; DW 3 Sep. '18

472.   

Christensen, Jacob

Pvt.

born 30 Jul. '88 at Kråa, Norway (nativity); NoK Miss Anna Christensen, R. F. D. 2, Hurley, SD (hometown); entered service 25 May '18 at Parker, SD; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18 by artillery fire near Romagne at age 29; interred at Bethania Cemetery, Turner County, SD

473.   

Christenson, Christ W.

Pvt.

born ca. '94; father Martin Christenson, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Box 82 1/2, Gillett, WI; hometown Oconto, WI; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 4 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 24; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

474.   

Christianson, Charles H.

Pvt.

born 4 Sep. '94; son of John and Karen (Dahl) Christianson, father NoK, Hamilton, TX (hometown); served with Co. K, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 (5) Aug. '18; interred at Old IOOF Cemetery, Hamilton, TX

475.   

Christie, Maynard Lee

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Agnes Christie, 2 Park Ave., Helena, MT; hometown in MI; served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

476.   

Cincotta, Angelo

Pfc.

born 19 Mar. '95 at San Francisco, CA (hometown); son of Antonio and Maria Concetta (Polverino) Cincotta; SN 2352670; served with Btry. B, 147TH FA; DD 18 Feb. '19; interred at San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, CA; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

477.   

Ciniglio, Andrew

Pvt.

father Andrew Ciniglio, NoK, 21 Frederick St., Gray's Inn Rd., London, England (nativity); hometown in NY; served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Sep. (30 Aug.) '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

478.   

Cirwyski, Peter Paul

Pvt.

NoK Izydor Cirwyski, uncle, 46 Indiana Ave., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 126TH Inf.; DW 5 (6) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

479.   

Ciszek (Clszek), Joseph Frank

Pfc.

born 19 Mar. '95 at Detroit, MI (hometown); son of Jacob and Anna (Kubek) Ciszek; served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; DD 14 Aug. (29 Nov.) '18

480.   

Clancy, Dan B.

Pvt.

father John Clancy, NoK, 2210 Harvard Ave., Butte, MT (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

481.   

Clancy, John Francis Patrick 'Jack'

Pvt.

born ca. 1899; son of John F. and Helen (Dempsey) Clancy, mother NoK, 1200 Wisconsin St., Racine, WI (hometown); enlisted in Amb. Co. No. 2 (Racine Amb. Co.), WNG, at Racine, WI on 2 Jul. '17 at Racine, WI; assigned to 127TH Amb. Co., 107TH San. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, pneumonia, 21 Sep. '18 at A. R. C. Hosp. 10 (Red Cross Hosp. 10) near Chaumont at age 19; Agnes M. Clancy, same address, served with K. of C. canteen service at Camp Mills; James D. Clancy, same address, served with Canadian army; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

482.   

Clark, Budd W.

Pvt.

NoK W. E. Clark, R. F. D. 2, Blanchard, MI; hometown Mecosta, MI; Mich. NG; assigned to Co. M when 126TH Inf. was organized; transferred to Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. (30 Aug.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

483.   

Clark, Grant W.

Pvt.

born 20 Feb. '95 at Berlin, WI; son of Delos W. and Jennie R. (Spall) Clark, Rt. 7, Box 58, Wausau, WI; hometown Milwaukee, West Allis, Wausau, or Birnamwood, WI; worked as a painter; entered service at West Allis, WI; served with 126TH Fld. Hosp., 107TH San. Tr. (2D MP Co., 2D Div. or Med. Dep. 2D Div.); Somme, Marne, Argonne Forest; DW (KIA) 5 Oct. '18 at age 23; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW;

484.   

Clark, Otis Ferguson

Cpl.

born ca. '97; NoK Mrs. Zetta F. Clark, Wonewoc, WI; hometown Hub City, WI; enlisted in Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI on 12 Apr. '17; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; PFC 26 Nov. '17; Cpl. 4 Nov. '18; 2Marne, Argonne; KIA 10 Nov. '18 at age 21

485.   

Clark, Roy F.

Pvt.

born 8 Jun. '95 at Pineville, MO; son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. (O.) Clark, father NoK, Moorefield, NE (hometown); enlisted shortly after war was declared; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; DD, bronchial pneumonia, 27 Oct. (27 Nov.) '18; interred at Moorefield Cemetery, Moorefield, NE

486.   

Clarke, Bruce Walrath

2d Lt.

born 2 Jun. '90 at Augusta, WI; son of Frank L. and Georgia Clarke, mother NoK, Augusta, WI (hometown); graduated Augusta H.S.; graduated U. of Wis. Jul. '14; H. S. teacher in northern WI for 2 years; married; entered First Officers Training Camp at Fort Sheridan, IL, assigned to 10TH Co.; after commissioned served at Camp Custer, then Camp Greene, then Camp MacArthur where he was assigned to 127TH Inf.; rode to France on USS George Washington; KIA 6 Aug. '18 by shell burst after capturing Fismes, age 28; cited for his actions at Aisne-Marne, "Maj. Bryan B. Beverage of Appleton, Wis., and Capt. William Smith of Madison distinguished themselves in the attack upon Fismes. In the same fighting Madison was also represented by Capt. Myron West, formerly an assistant principal at the high school there; Lieut. Basil Roberts, Lieut. Bruce E. Clark, a lawyer, and Lieut. Marion C. Cranefield, a third year man from the university, all of whom made records for pluck and endurance." not sure which decoration he may have received, if any; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

487.   

Clarke, James H.

Cpl.

father David C. Clarke, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Proctor, WV (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18

488.   

Clarke, John Black (Clark)

1st Lt.

born 20 Oct. '89 at Chicago IL; son of Charles F. and Louise (Black) Clarke; mother was Mrs. James H. Barnard, 1325 Astor St, Chicago, IL when John was killed; attended Pomona College, CA; manager of Milwaukee branch of Halsey, Stuart & Co.; NoK Miss Elizabeth Black, aunt, 143 Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI (hometown); started Second Officers Training Camp at Ft. Sheridan, IL on 27 Aug. '17, assigned to 11TH Co., 11TH Regt.; completed training 28 Nov. '17 and commissioned inf. lieut.; sailed for France Jan. '18; initially assigned to 30TH Div. and fought in British sector; transferred to 127TH Inf.; 1 reference states he transferred from 30TH Div. to 42D Div. (not listed in Roster of the Rainbow Div.); DW (KIA) 18 (5, 14 or 17) Oct. '18 at 165TH Fld. Hosp. at Baulny (Baslieux); family commissioned a stained glass window at St. John's Cathedral in Milwaukee in his honor, all of the windows were destroyed in a devastating fire at the then nearly 100 year old cathedral ca. 27 Jan. '35, the cathedral was rebuilt, not sure if those windows were; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

489.   

Clarke, Norman G.

Sgt.

born 1898; son of Arthur Hinkley and Catherine Elizabeth (Croft) Clarke; hometown Edgerton, WI; graduated Edgerton H. S. in '17, class president, played football (state champions in '16) and basketball, Orphelian Literary Society, Glee Club; enlisted in WNG before he graduated H. S., likely the “Edgerton Platoon” of Co. K, 4TH Wis. Inf. at Stoughton, WI; assigned to 128TH Inf., possibly MG Co., when 32D Div. was organized; Alsace, 2Marne, Soissons; WIA ca. 29 Aug.-1 Sep. '18 near Juvigny; DW 11 Sep. '18 at age 20; interred at Suresnes American Cemetery; also memorialized at Fassett Cemetery, Edgerton, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

490.   

Clarkson, William

Pfc.

mother Alice Clarkson, NoK, South Euclid, OH (hometown); served with 308TH Trench Mort. Btry., attached to 32D Div. (findagrave.com lists unit as Co. E, 308TH Ammo. Tr.); DD 13 Jan. '19; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

491.   

Clegg, John Taylor

Pvt.

born 8 Jun. '87 at Springville, UT; son of Walter Isaac and Deborah Wing (Smith) Clegg, mother NoK, Dubois, ID (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Dubois Cemetery, Dubois, ID

492.   

Cleightman, Paul C.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Minnie Cleightman, Albion, IL (hometown); may have also had ties to Grand Rapids, MI; assigned to Co. M, 126TH Inf.; transferred to Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

493.   

Clemens, Ralph B.

Sgt.

father D. D. Clemens, NoK, 1625 Wyoming St., Dayton, OH (hometown); may have been Ohio NG; instrument sgt. assigned to 1ST Plt., Btry. A, 322D FA, attached to 32D Div.; KIA 11 Nov. '18 at Ecurey by shell fragments; 1st and only Soldier of Btry. A KIA

494.   

Cline, David E.

Cpl.

father Leonard Cline, NoK, 2337 Cherry St., Port Huron, MI (hometown); may have had ties to Toledo, OH; served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. (31 Aug.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

495.   

Clinefelter, Clyde C.

Sup. Sgt.

born '93; son of Alfred M. and Addie C. Clinefelter, mother NoK, 111 Elm St., Coldwater, MI (hometown); married, she preceded him in death, father of 1; Mich. NG; sup. sgt. for Co. A, 126TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. (31 Jul. or 4 Aug.) '18 at age 25; “the first Coldwater boy to make the supreme sacrifice at the front”; brother Robert O. served in same unit and was WIA and captured by Germans a few seconds after Clyde was KIA right next to him; interred at Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, MI

496.   

Coats (Coates), Archie F.

Cpl.

born 29 May '95 at Barron Co., WI; son of William H. and Geneva Coats, mother NoK, 404 Hatten Ave., Rice Lake, WI (hometown); served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; Fere-en-Tardenois, Hagenbach, Badricourt sec., drive from Château-Thierry; KIA 10 Oct. '18 at age 22; interred at Orchard Beach Cemetery, Rice Lake, WI

497.   

Cochran (Cochren), Floyd B.

Pvt.

married Mrs. Floyd B. Cochren, NoK, 15 Central Ave., or 200 W. Main St., Batavia, NY (hometown); entered service 7 Sep. '17; SN 2308829; served with Btry. B, 147TH FA, attached to 32D Div.; KIA 5 (8) Aug. '18 by enemy artillery fire near Gilles; family notified ca. 26 Sep. '18 that he had been killed 8 Aug.; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

498.   

Cody, Claude I. (T.)

Cpl.

mother Mrs. Florence E. Cody, NoK, Bowdoin (Bowdin or Bowdon), MT (hometown); served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA (DW) 30 Aug. (29 Aug.) '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

499.   

Cody, Henry E.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Agnes Valenzula, NoK, Billings, MT; hometown San Francisco, CA; served with Co. B, 125TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 4 Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

500.   

Coffee, Robert L.

Pvt.

NoK Frank Coffee, Chester, WV (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

501.   

Coffin, Hiram W.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Charles Bluett, sister, Steuben Ave., Herkimer, NY (hometown); served with Co. D, 125TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. '18

502.   

Cofran, Edward

Pvt.

NoK Miss Alice Leitch, Silver Springs, MD (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18

503.   

Cohen, Louis

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Anna Cohen, NoK, 63 2nd Ave., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 5 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

504.   

Cohen, Phillip

Pvt.

NoK Sam Ldowski, friend, 19 Henry St., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

505.   

Colbert, Donald C.

Pvt.

born '96; NoK Mrs. Laura Cross, godmother, Neoga, IL (hometown); served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; interred at Neoga Memorial Cemetery, Neoga, IL

506.   

Cole, Elmer J.

Cpl.

sister Miss Alice Cole, NoK, Adrian, MI (hometown); served with Co. K, 125TH Inf.; KIA 30 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

507.   

Cole, Glenn

Sgt. Maj.

born ca. '97; NoK Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cole, 317 Roosevelt St., Beloit, WI; hometown Sparta, WI; Regtl. Sgt. Maj. for 128TH Inf.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, near Soissons, Argonne; KIA 7 Oct. '18 at age 23

508.   

Cole, James M.

Pvt.

NoK J. M. Stafford, Marks, MS (hometown); served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18; interred at Marks Cemetery, Marks, MS

509.   

Cole, Paul F.

Cpl.

born Buchannan Valley, PA; son of Edward G. and Rose Cole, Fayetteville, PA or Martinsburg, WV; hometown Fayetteville or Adams County, PA; entered service 26 Jun. '18 at Camp Lee or Martinsburg, WV; trained at Camp Lee, VA; assigned to Co. D, 127TH Inf. as Cpl. in Aug. '18; seriously WIA by artillery shell 9 Oct. '18; DW 11 Nov. '18; repatriated and re-interred 27 May '21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

510.   

Coleman, Aron

Pvt.

father John Coleman, NoK, Adamstown, PA (hometown); served with Co. I, 128TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18

511.   

Colenso, Herbert Henry

Sgt.

son of Capt. Edwin and Mary Elizabeth (Trathen) Colenso, father NoK, Lock Box 403, Houghton, MI; father was mining captain at Isle Royale Mine in Houghton; resided at 48 Isle Royale St., and worked as fireman at Isle Royale Roundhouse at Houghton, MI (hometown); served with Co. G, 125TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18

512.   

Collins, Claude

Pfc.

NoK Ren Collins, R. F. D. 2, Fenwick, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 7 Aug. '18; interred at Clear Lake Cemetery, Fenwick, MI

513.   

Collins, Edward A.

Sgt.

married Mrs. Augusta M. Collins, NoK, 1207 Division St., Port Huron, MI (hometown); served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

514.   

Collins, Edward A.

Pvt.

NoK Kate Collins, 760 11th Ave., New York, NY (hometown); served with MG Co., 126TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

515.   

Collins, Herbert B.

Sgt.

born '96; father Bruce Collins, NoK, 222 Crapo St., Alpena, MI (hometown); served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; SN 262593; earned Silver Star Citation for his actions 9 Oct. '18 near Romagne; DW 9 Oct. '18; interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Alpena, MI

516.   

Collins, Herbert Harmon

Pvt.

born 13 Aug. '94 at Belfast, ME ; son of Michael J. and Mary M. (Clark) Collins (1 of 11 children), Belfast, ME (hometown); served with 127TH Inf.; died 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

517.   

Collins, Lawrence R.

Cpl.

father Mr. Roy W. Collins, NoK, 364 Vicksburg Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18

518.   

Collins, William N.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Myrtle Dunn, sister, Moonshine Hill, Humble, TX; hometown in WY; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

519.   

Cologne, Julius A.

Pvt.

born 8 Apr. '98; hometown Green Bay, WI; served with 121ST FA; Alsace, 2Marne,
Soissons front, Argonne; DD, typhoid, 28 Dec. '18 at age 19; interred at Fort Howard Memorial Park, Green Bay, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

520.   

Colotta, Frank

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; hometown Racine, WI; served with San. Det., 121ST MG Bn.; DW 4 Oct. '18 at age 22; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

521.   

Colvin, Delancy J.

2d Lt.

born 19 Oct. '93 at Medina, MI; son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Colvin, Hudson, MI; graduated Hudson H. S. Jul. '11; served with Mich. NG during Mexican Border Crisis; entered First Officers Training Camp at Fort Sheridan, IL; married 21 Jul. '17 to Miss Harriet E. Young, NoK, 428 W. Mason St., Jackson, MI (hometown); after commission assigned to 160TH Dep. Bde. at Camp Custer; transferred to 337TH Inf. 1 Nov. '17 and went to Camp Perry, OH; sailed for France Jul. '18 with 85TH Div.; after arrival transferred to 127TH Inf., assigned as Intel. Officer of 1ST Bn.; KIA 10 (14) Oct. '18 near Gesnes; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

522.   

Combs, J. Sherman, Sr.

Pfc.

born 26 May '87 at Bluff City, TN (hometown); son of William Worley and Emma Jane (Harkleroad) Combs; married Mrs. Lanna Combs, NoK; served with Co. F, 107TH Engr.; DW 24 Nov. '18; interred at Morning View Cemetery, Bluff City, TN

523.   

Comiska, Charles Fred (Comska)

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. Anna Comiska, R. F. D. 2, Alpena, MI; hometown Grand Haven or Alpena, MI; enlisted in Co. F, 32D Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, 19 Jul. '17 at Grand Haven, MI; assigned to Co. L, 126TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; KIA 28 Aug. '18 by MG fire near Juvigny; earned Croix de Guerre w/palm, posthumously, Order No. 14.207 "D," 10 Mar. '19, GHQ French Armies of the East, “He displayed extraordinary heroism and great initiative near Juvigny, on [28 August] 1918. His platoon having been completely destroyed by the fire of machine guns, he, with two comrades, captured an enemy machine gun. He turned the fire of the latter against an important nest, attacking it in flank and succeeded in capturing several pieces and 47 Germans.”; Cpl. Ernest A. Sheer was 1 of the men, earned Croix de Guerre for his actions that day, was recommended for DSC but never received it, received Silver Star in '74; Pvt. Donald H. Towler was the 3rd man, earned French Medaille Militaire for his actions that day; interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Alpena, MI

524.   

Compton, John N. (R.), Jr.

Cpl.

born '95 at Kent Co., MI; John N., Sr. and Jennie Compton, father NoK, 2398 Clyde Park Ave., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18; interred at Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids, MI

525.   

Coniff, William M.

Pvt.

born ca. '91; hometown Madison, WI; worked as a pressman at Madison Democrat; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 24 (25) Jul. '18 at age 27; interred at Resurrection Cemetery, Madison, WI; first Soldier from Madison killed in the war; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

526.   

Conley, Earl James

Pfc.

born 11 May '93 at Chippewa Co., WI; son of Peter and Ellen Conley, Apollonia, WI (hometown); enlisted in Trp. K, 1ST Wis. Cav., WNG, on 20 Jul. '17; assigned to Btry. A when 120TH FA was organized; KIA 6 (5) Aug. '18 by German shell at 0100 hours near St. Gilles (south of Fismes) at age 24; shell struck his quarters while he was sleeping; one reference states he was killed during German aerial bombardment; 1st Soldier from 120TH FA KIA; repatriated and re-interred at Apollonia Catholic Cemetery, Apollonia, WI on 22 May '21; namesake of Earl J. Conley Post No. 268 of American Legion at Bruce, WI

527.   

Conley, John P.

Pvt.

NoK Mr. James Lewis Conley, Levi, WV; hometown Sutton, WV; served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

528.   

Conley, Leonard

Pvt.

NoK Mr. Viret E. Conley, 4211 S. 20th St., Omaha, NE (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. '18

529.   

Conlin, Edward P.

Pvt.

born 20 May '92 at Moultrie Co., IL; hometown Lovington, IL; served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18; interred Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Saint Isidore Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL

530.   

Conry, George C. (Conroy)

Pvt.

born ca. 1880; NoK Mrs. Alice Ritsman, sister, Clinton, WI (hometown); served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; Badricourt, Château-Thierry, Fismes, Sergy; DW 9 Aug. '18 at age 38; 32D Div. in WW states 3 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

531.   

Conti, Ernest F.

Pfc.

mother Mary Machia Conti, NoK, Grottollela, Province Avellino, Italy (nativity) (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; DW 9 Oct. '18

532.   

Cook, George

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Nettie Cook, NoK, Frankfort, KY (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 18 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; ABMC lists date of death as 19 Oct. '18

533.   

Cook, James J.

Capt.

NoK Mrs. James Cook, 103 Wayne St., Pontiac, MI (hometown); served with 120TH MG Bn.; transferred to Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 30 Jul. '18 when a shell hit a house in Courmont that was CP of 110TH Inf. while leaders coordinating for a relief-in-place scheduled for that night; 1st Lt. Elmer E. Nelson, 120TH MG Bn., was also KIA and the 1ST Bn., 125TH Inf. cdr. and his staff were WIA; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; namesake of Cook-Nelson Post No. 20 of American Legion in Pontiac, MI

534.   

Cook, Lewis C.

Sgt.

NoK Mr. Lewis L. Cook, North Kansas City, MO (hometown); served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; KIA 18 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

535.   

Cook, Richard Eugene

2d Lt.

born 8 Jun. '95 at Council Bluffs, IA; son of Ernest Eugene and Julia A. (Judson) Cook, Council Bluffs, IA (hometown); married Eva Rucker 4 Sep. '17 at Howard Lake, MN; wife, NoK, resided at 204 E. 36th St., Minneapolis, MN; attended U. of Neb., Class of '20; withdrew from school to enlist; trained at Ft. Snelling; commissioned 15 Aug. '17; sailed for France 20 Nov. '17 with Co. C, 168TH Inf., 42D Div.; transferred to Co. H, 126TH Inf. 20 May '18; earned Silver Star Citation, posthumously, for his actions 4 Aug. '18 near the Vesle River; also earned Croix de Guerre, posthumously, for his actions 4 Aug. '18 near Fismes, KIA while providing aid to wounded comrades; KIA 4 Aug. '18 near Mont St. Martin; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

536.   

Cooley (Colley), Jesse (Jess) Barton

Pfc.

born 31 Aug. '96 at Milford, MI; son of William and Frances (Francis) Cooley, mother NoK, Brighton, MI (hometown); entered service 30 Sep. '17; served with Co. E, 126TH Inf.; overseas 23 Feb. '18; fought at Alsace-Lorraine, Château-Thierry; KIA 1 (2) Aug. '18 just shy of his 22nd birthday; 1st casualty from Brighton during the war; repatriated and re-interred at Fairview Cemetery, Brighton, MI 17 Jul. '21; namesake of Jesse B. Cooley Post No. 235 of American Legion at Brighton, MI;

537.   

Cooper, Abraham

Pvt.

born 16 Aug. '87 at Russia (nativity); 712 Jackson St., Los Angeles, CA (hometown); served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18 near Fismes

538.   

Cooper, Albert Calven

Pvt.

born 9 Jan. '86 at Chalk, KS; son of Isaac and Laura Cooper, Topeka, KS; hometown Bushing, KS; enlisted in Neb. NG on 14 Jul. '17 at Freemont, NE; served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; WIA Aug. '18; DW 3 Sep. '18; interred Suresnes American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

539.   

Cooper, Clare

Pfc.

born 1893; father Manford Cooper, NoK, R. F. D. 5, Birch Run, MI (hometown); served with Co. D (A), 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; interred at Pine Grove Cemetery, Millington, MI

540.   

Cooper, Jacob

Cpl.

born 25 Aug. '96; son of Hemmo and Dowina Cooper, mother NoK, Ferrysburg, MI (hometown); enlisted in Co. F, 32D Mich. Inf. (Mich. NG); assigned to Co. L when 126TH Inf. was organized; transferred to Co. L, 128TH Inf.; KIA 7 Nov. '18; interred at Spring Lake Cemetery, Spring Lake, MI

541.   

Cooper, Walter

Pvt.

NoK Joe Cooper, 1816 3rd St., Superior, WI (hometown); entered service from MI; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18; interred Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; not listed in WGSL

542.   

Cooper, Willie (William) Brent

Pfc.

born 29 May '92; son of Jason (Jay) Etter and Minnie Ellen (Gregory) Cooper, mother NoK, Cooper, KY (hometown); served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18; interred at Elk Spring Cemetery, Monticello, KY

543.   

Cooperider, Luke

Pvt.

NoK E. Cooperider, R. F. D. 1, Siloam Springs, AR; hometown Pea Ridge, AR; entered service from Genesee Co., MI; served with MG Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

544.   

Corbisier, Andrew

Pvt.

born May '98; son of Joseph and Anaise 'Anna' (Sacotte) Corbisier; hometown Brussels, WI; served with 128TH Inf.; Alsace, Champaign, Montfaucon; KIA 14 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

545.   

Cornell (Cornal), Earl Eugene

Wag.

born 1892; mother Mrs. E. M. Cornell (Cornal), NoK, 2010 St. Charles St., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); enlisted in Mich. NG; served with HQ Co., 126TH Inf.; DW 10 (9) Oct. '18; interred at Oakhill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, MI

546.   

Cornice, Joseph

Pfc.

mother Mary Cornice, NoK, 506 Rhodes Ave., Akron, OH (hometown); served with 308TH Trench Mort. Btry., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 23 Oct. '18

547.   

Corwell, Charles L.

Pvt.

father Frank Corwell, NoK, R. 1, Danville, AR (hometown); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18

548.   

Coryell, Stanley

Pvt.

father D.J. Coryell, Browntown, WI (hometown); NoK John Coryell, brother, also of Browntown; WNG; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; WGSL states he served with 162D Inf., but that unit did not see combat, 41ST Div. became replacement unit; KIA 2 Aug. '18

549.   

Cossette, Edward L. (I.)

Cpl.

born 6 Jan. '94 at Chequamegon (Iron River), WI; NoK Prosper Cossette, Box 11, Pence, WI; hometown Ashland, WI; enlisted in Co. G, 6TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Ashland, WI in Apr. '17; assigned to MG Co. when 127TH Inf. was organized; DW 3 Jul. '18 near Hagenback, Alsace at age 24; his co. cdr., 1st Lt. Thorwald Thorsen, was WIA at the same time and place; 2nd death, 1st combat death, from Ashland MG Co.; family notified 23 Jul. '18; interred at Saint Agnes Cemetery, Ashland, WI; namesake of Edward L. Cossette Post No. 58 of American Legion at Hurley, WI

550.   

Costa, Joe

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Armello Conom, sister, 314 21st St., Windber, PA (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 21 (19) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

551.   

Costello, Michael J.

Pvt.

born 1893; hometown Marinette, WI; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 18 Oct. '18; interred at Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

552.   

Cottrell, Erk M.

2d Lt.

born 24 Mar. '92 at North Star, OH; NoK James A. Cottrell (could be father, who was J. A. Cottrell), 232 E. 4th St., Greenville, OH (hometown); commissioned 15 Aug. '17; assigned to Co. D, 329TH Inf.; the 83D Div. became a replacement div. when it landed in France; transferred to Co. E, 126TH Inf. 16 Sep. '18; transferred to Co. F, 126TH Inf. on 19 Sep. '18; KIA 9 Oct. '18 near Romagne while cdr. of Co. F; interred at Greenville Union Cemetery, Greenville, OH; namesake of Erk Cottrell Post No. 140 of American Legion at Greenville

553.   

Counter, Kenneth Edward

Pvt.

born 1 Apr. '96; NoK Mrs. J. H. Powers, Alden, MN (hometown); served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; DW 27 May '18; 1st combat casualty in regt.; initially buried at Hagenbach, Alsace-Lorraine; his funeral is described by Chap. Gustav Stearns, 127TH Inf. Chaplain, in his book From Army Camps and Battlefields; repatriated and re-interred at Alden Cemetery, Alden, MN

554.   

Courtney, John E.

Pvt.

born 18 Apr. '99 at Waukesha, WI; son of Thomas and Adelhaid 'Ella' (Etzel) Courtney, Hartford, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG 18 Apr. '17; assigned to Co. B, Motor Bn., 107TH Ammo. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; DD (general carcinomatosis or tuberculosis of the spine) 24 (3) Mar. '18 at General Hospital, St. McHenry, MD; namesake of John E. Courtney Post No. 19 of American Legion in Hartford, WI; interred at Saint Kilian Cemetery Old, Hartford, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

555.   

Coutu, Joseph R.

Pvt.

father Champ Coutu, NoK, 298 Park Place, Woonsocket, RI (hometown); served with Co. G, 125TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

556.   

Covert, Richard L.

Mess Sgt.

NoK R. L. Covert, 540 Grand Ave., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

557.   

Cowen, Earl

Pvt.

born 8 Oct. '87 at Cooperstown, ND; son of Robert McClure and Linda (LeDoux) Cowen, NoK, Binford (Burford), ND (hometown); entered service from Riverton, WY; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

558.   

Cowley, Joseph R.

Pvt.

born 10 May '99 at MI; son of Joseph and Emma Cowley, mother NoK, 107 Van Dorn St., Jackson, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 (4) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Woodland Cemetery, Jackson, MI

559.   

Cox, Aubrey

Pvt.

age 19; father Sidney Cox, NoK, Greenwood, WI; enlisted in Co. A, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Neillsville, WI prior to 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; 2Marne; MIA, presumed KIA, 5 Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

560.   

Cox, Hamer (Homer) Milton

Pvt.

hometown Wilmington, OH; served with Co. K; 128TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

561.   

Cox, John W.

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; son of Charles H. Cox, Chase City, VA; hometown Williamsburg, VA; served with Co. G, 6TH Inf. (?); DW 15 Oct. '18 at age 22; his death was reported in the 27 Nov. '18 Official Bulletin; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

562.   

Craidge, Robert E. (N.)

Cpl.

born Saginaw, MI; mother Mrs. Elinor Craidge, 1520 Taylor St., Bay City, MI (hometown); NoK Mrs. Mary Craidge, 611 Polk St., Bay City, MI; served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; earned DSC, bestowed posthumously, for his actions 31 Jul. '18 at Hill 212 near Cierges, France; also earned Croix de Guerre with palm, under Order No. 12.335 "D," dated 15 Dec. '18, General HQ, French Armies of the East, with the following citation: “Three of his men having been killed and another completely blinded he remained at his post with indomitable courage and served his piece until he was himself killed.”; KIA 31 Jul. (1 Aug.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; namesake of Harding-Olk-Craidge Post No. 18 of American Legion at Bay City, MI (Pfc. John E. Olk, from Bay City and assigned to 128TH Amb. Co., 107TH San. Tr., was another namesake; the 3rd namesake may have been Cpl. Lloyd Harding, from Bay City and assigned to Co. I, 125TH Inf.; seems unusual to (possibly) find a post named in honor of 3 Soldiers from same div., and possibly all from NG)

563.   

Craig, Robert

Pvt.

born ca. 1889; mother Mrs. Robert Craig, NoK, Centralia, WA (hometown); served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 (1) Aug. '18 at age 29; Mountain View Cemetery, Centralia, WA

564.   

Crain, Albert C. (E.)

Pvt.

born 30 Jul. '97; son of Joe and Della Crain, mother NoK, Elmwood, WI (hometown); enlisted in 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Eau Claire, WI in Jul. '17; served with Btry. C, 120TH FA; DD, pneumonia, 10 Jan. '18 at Base Hosp. at Camp MacArthur, TX at age 20; 2nd death in the Regt.; only Elmwood Soldier who died in the war; interred at Poplar Hill Cemetery, Elmwood, WI; namesake of Crain-Ottman Post No. 207 of American Legion at Elmwood, WI

565.   

Crane, Lester John

Pfc.

born 27 Apr. '99; hometown Oconto, WI; enlisted in Co. M, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Oconto, WI; assigned to Co. M when 127TH Inf. was organized; KIA (DW) 4 (1 or 10) Jul. '18 at age 21; his funeral, on the 4th of July, is described by Chap. Gustav Stearns, 127TH Inf. Chaplain, in his book From Army Camps and Battlefields; repatriated and re-interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Oconto, WI; namesake of Lester J. Crane Post No. 3071 of VFW at Oconto, WI

566.   

Cranefield, Marion C.

2d Lt.

born 22 Mar. '96 at Madison, WI; son of Frederic and Laura (Hinrichs) Cranefield, father NoK, 304 North Orchard St., Madison, WI  (hometown); father was professor horticulture at U. of Wis.; graduated Madison H. S. in '14; enrolled at U. of Wis. in '14, finished 5 semesters before he entered active service; enlisted as Pvt. in Co. G, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Madison, WI; commissioned at Camp Douglas, WI; assigned to Co. G, 127TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; rode to France on USS George Washington; KIA 31 Jul. '18 while leading his platoon at Bois de Grimpettes, near Ronchères, at age 23; he and 8 men who fell near him, were buried at Villier Dell Farm; cited for his actions at Aisne-Marne, "Maj. Bryan B. Beverage of Appleton, Wis., and Capt. William Smith of Madison distinguished themselves in the attack upon Fismes. In the same fighting Madison was also represented by Capt. Myron West, formerly an assistant principal at the high school there; Lieut. Basil Roberts, Lieut. Bruce E. Clark, a lawyer, and Lieut. Marion C. Cranefield, a third year man from the university, all of whom made records for pluck and endurance." not sure which decoration he may have received, if any; repatriated and re-interred at Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, WI 31 Jul. '21; namesake of Lt. Marion C. Cranefield Post No. 1318 of VFW at Madison; twin brother Paul also served

567.   

Crawford, Henry B.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Ella Crawford, Fairmont City, PA; hometown Clarion, PA; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Salem Cemetery, Frogtown, PA

568.   

Crawford, Henry L. (J.)

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. John Crawford, Alpena, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

569.   

Crawford, Walter J.

Pvt.

born 1888; son of Andrew Jackson 'A. J.' and Lucy E. (Stone) Crawford, father NoK, Corydon, KY (hometown); assigned to Co. K, 153D Inf.; 39TH Div. designated replacement div. when it reached France; transferred to Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; brother Perry W. also served; interred at Corydon Cemetery, Corydon, KY

570.   

Creasey, Walter Henry

Pvt.

born 4 Jun. '93 at Custer, WA; son of William and Elizabeth (Clayton) Creasey, father NoK, Custer, WA (hometown); worked for Great Northern Railway; entered service Oct. '17 at Camp Lewis, WA; assigned to Co. A, 162D Inf.; the 41ST Div. was designated a replacement div. when it reached France; transferred to Co. A, 127TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 31 Jul. '18 near Sergy; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

571.   

Creech, Phelix

Pvt.

born 24 Mar. '88 in KY; son of John B. & Mary Jane (Blair) Creech; 32D Div. in WW lists mother as Mrs. Henry J. Creech, NoK, Paint Lick, KY (hometown); entered service 25 Jun. '18; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; repatriated 17 Sep. '21 and re-interred at Old Paint Lick Cemetery, Paint Lick, KY on 18 Sep. '21; brothers Jonathon, Lawrence and Charles also served, Charles DD

572.   

Cripps, William Henry

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. Nola Caroline Cripps, wife, R. F. D. 3, Liberty, TN (hometown); served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

573.   

Crocos, Angel

Pvt.

age 24; NoK John Paper, cousin, 200 W. Johnston St., Fond du Lac, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. D, 121ST MG Bn.; Alsace; KIA 13 Jun.'18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

574.   

Croff, Clarence

Pvt.

born 10 Apr. '92; son of Marone 'Maro' and Sarah 'Sallie' J. (Taylor) Croff, Osceola, AR (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; KIA 7 (20) Oct. '18; interred at Ermen Cemetery, Osceola, AR; monument inscribed “First soldier from Osceola District killed in World War. A good soldier and a Christian.”

575.   

Croninger, Dewey C.

Pvt.

NoK Mamie Evans, sister, Washburn, ND; entered service from NE; served with Co. D, 127TH Inf.; DW 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

576.   

Crosby, Harry Raymond

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Ella Crosby, NoK, 26 Sunnyside St., Burnside, CT; hometown Waterbury, CT; served with HQ, 125TH Inf.; DW 8 Oct. '18

577.   

Cross, Archie B.

Pvt.

born 1889; son of Warren William and Anna (Martens) Cross; hometown in MI; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18; interred at Garfield Cemetery, Saint Charles, MI; brother William W. also served

578.   

Crothers, Gordon M.

Cpl.

born 26 May '94 at Grand Rapids, MI; son of Oliver M. and Carrie L. (Casterline) Crothers; NoK Mrs. Hazel M. (Fisher) Crothers, wife, P. O. Box 374, Rockford, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 Aug. (1 Aug.) '18 (a couple of references list date of death as 29 Aug., but that is day his brother was WIA); interred at Rockford Cemetery, Rockford, MI; brother Herbert D. was Sgt. in same unit and was WIA; Gordon's wife later married Herbert; namesake Gordon M. Crothers Post No. 15 of American Legion at Dade City, FL (not positive it's the same man, but photo looks like him, not sure why a post in FL would be named after a Soldier from MI)

579.   

Crowell, Fleming (Flemming) M.

2d Lt.

born 1894; NoK Mrs. Daisy M. Crowell, 2297 Baxter St., Los Angeles, CA (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18; interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA

580.   

Crystal, William Lloyd

Wag.

born 26 Jun. '96 at Holladay, UT; son of David and Mary Ellen (Sutherland) Crystal, mother NoK, Rigby, ID (hometown); enlisted in Idaho NG on 3 Apr. '17 at Rigby, ID; trained at Ft. George Wright, WA; sailed for France with Idaho regt. in Jan. '18; designated replacement unit when it reached France; transferred to HQ Co., 120TH MG Bn. (32D Div. in WW lists him with Btry. C, 120TH FA); DW 27 Jun. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery; 1st casualty from Jefferson Co., ID; brother Gilbert S. also served; namesake of Lloyd Crystal Post No. 20 of American Legion at Rigby, ID

581.   

Cudworth, Alonzo Richards

Cpl.

born 6 May '98 at Milwaukee, WI; father Dr. William H. Cudworth, NoK, 367 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in Trp. C, 1ST Wis. Cav., WNG, in '17; trained at Camp Douglas, WI; left for Camp MacArthur, TX on 11 Sep. '17; assigned to Btry. C when 120TH FA was organized; Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, defense sector; KIA 29 Aug. '18 at age 19 when his howitzer exploded; Pfc. Everhart J. Van Eimeren and Pfc. Arthur C. Ryan were killed in same explosion; namesake of Alonzo Cudworth Post No. 23 of American Legion in Milwaukee; interred at Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI

582.   

Cummings, Edwin L.

Pvt.

born ca. 1899; NoK Mrs. N. Cummings, 402 Vine St., Baraboo, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne; KIA 20 Oct. '18 at age 19

583.   

Cunningham, Charles E.

Sgt.

born 31 Jul. '92 at Grand Rapids, MI; mother Mrs. Augusta Pangburn (Bangbourne), NoK, 1317 LaFayette Ave., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); became a Maccabee (a.k.a. Knights of the Maccabees), Crescent Star Tent. No. 152 at Grand Rapids, 1 Sep. '15; Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; earned DSC for his actions on 27 May '18 near Hecken, Alsace; also earned Croix de Guerre w/silver star, Order No. 302, 29 May '18, 9th French Div., “He displayed valiant conduct at the head of a patrol which on encountering an enemy detachment in ambush succeeded in putting it to flight. Although twice badly wounded, he aroused the admiration of all by continuing to fire on the enemy until he fell exhausted and unconscious in the trench.”; WIA 27 May '18; DW 3 Jul. '18; interred at Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids, MI

584.   

Cunningham, Walter

Pvt.

born 6 Sep. '88; father Robert (Tom) Cunningham, NoK, Sturgeon Bay, WI; served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; Hagenbach, Badricourt, Château-Thierry, Valpriez Farm, Juvigny, Terny-Sorny, Verdun; DW 11 Oct. '18 at age 30, he was digging out a Soldier who had been buried by the explosion of a large shell, then a gas shell landed nearby, he died soon after; family received information about circumstances of his death ca. Apr. '19; interred at Bayside Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, WI

585.   

Cupust (Cupast), August John

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Pezin, Box 39, Burnside, CT (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

586.   

Curb, James M.

Cpl.

father J. W. Curb, NoK, Myra, TX (hometown); served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

587.   

Curran, John J.

Pvt.

NoK Mary Curran, aunt, 644 Henry St., Brooklyn, NY (hometown); may have been member of Knights of Columbus, John Loughlin Council No. 303, Brooklyn; served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 4 Aug. '18

588.   

Curwen, Harry T.

Cpl.

born 1896; son of Thomas and  Pauline R. Curwen, father NoK, R. F. D. 2, St. Croix Falls, WI; hometown Verona, WI.; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 22 (20); interred at Middleton Junction Cemetery, Middleton, WI

589.   

Cushing, Benjamin Drew

Pfc.

born 8 Oct. '91 in Marion, MA; son of Caleb and Amy Rosella (Potter) Cushing, mother NoK, R. F. D. 2, Marion, MA (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 28 Aug. '18; interred at Old Landing Cemetery, Marion, MA; namesake of Benjamin D. Cushing Post No. 2425 of VFW in Marion

590.   

Cusick, Jay Nelson

Cpl.

born 6 Mar. '93; son of  John Walter and Sarah E. (Johnston) Cusick, mother NoK, Tiltonsville, OH (hometown); member of Knights of Pythias, may have also been a Shriner; entered service 7 Sep. '17; trained at Camp Sherman; overseas 27 Feb. '18; served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; WIA, gassed, ca. Aug. '18; a couple of his letters home were printed Steubenville Herald on 26 Sep. ‘18; KIA 5 Oct. '18; may have received battle field commission, listed as lieutenant on some casualty lists, but hometown newspaper article announcing his death lists him as Cpl.; repatriated ca. 29 Aug. '21

591.   

Custer, Earl J.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Margaret Custer, NoK, Bolivar, OH, hometown Akron, OH; served with Co. B, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

592.   

Cutright, Amon

Pvt.

son of Job Albert and Rebecca Jane (Crites) Cutright, father NoK, Czar (Ozar), WV (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

593.   

Cutsinger, William

Pvt.

NoK Mr. Martin Cutsinger, Taylorsville, KY (hometown); served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; DW 14 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

594.   

Cuza, 'Nick'

Pvt.

born ca. 1891; NoK Vincenjo Cuza, Palaggo Adriano, Provingia Parlemo, Via Colcgio, Italy (nativity); resided at 248 (348) Alexander St., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18 at age 27; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

595.   

Czyżewski (Czyziewski), Marian (Marion) Peter

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Pollie Lysczewska, sister, 2 Wallicki Place, Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 5 Oct. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

 

 

 

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