The 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Veteran Association

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World War I

Roll of Honor for the

32D ‘Red Arrow’ Division

Surnames D through Er

Title: flag-thin

 

 

Name

Rank

Narrative

605.   

Dadizon (Dadison), Andres (Andrus) P.

Pvt.

hometown Stockton, CA; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, CA

606.   

Dahl, Arthur

Pvt.

born 1895; son of Andreas 'Andrew' and Caroline (Toppen) Dahl, mother NoK, R. F. D. 1, Galesville, WI (hometown); served with Co. C, 121ST MG Bn., 32D Div. in WW and WGSL state 120TH MG Bn.; Aisne-Marne, defense sector; KIA 1 Aug. '18 by HE shell on Hill 212 at age 23; interred at Pine Cliff Cemetery, Galesville, WI

607.   

Dahl, Chester E. (A.)

Pfc.

born 20 Aug. '98 at Burnett Co., WI; son of Charles John and Alice Josephine (Hegge) Dahl; hometown Grantsburg, WI; WNG; served with 128TH Inf.; DD, measles, 1 Feb. '18 at Camp MacArthur, TX; Wood River Baptist Cemetery, Alpha, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

608.   

Dahl, Oscar M.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Clara Dahl, NoK, 608 Arnold Ave. N., Thief River Falls, MN (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; WIA 10 Nov. '18 near Peuvillers, shot through thigh; wounded at same time and place as Pvt. Robert Watson; both were treated by Pvt. Albert Berndt; both were left behind when unit was forced to withdraw; when unit returned Dahl was MIA and Watson was dead; mentioned in letter of condolence to Watson's mother from Capt. Robert D. Christie, cdr. of Co. E, sent from Dierdorf, Germany, 6 Feb. '19; MIA, presumed KIA, 11 Nov. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; 32D Div. in WW lists him KIA 11 Oct. '18; Alfred C. Dahl, 608 Arnold Ave. N., Thief River Falls, (likely father or brother) placed request in American Legion Weekly, and several newspapers, seeking information about his death

609.   

Dahlberg, Abner F.

Pvt.

born ca. 1894; mother Mrs. Lydia (Larson) Wernstram, NoK, R. F. D. 41, Rhinelander, WI; hometown Pelican, WI; enlisted in WNG, likely Co. L, 2D Wis. Inf. at Rhinelander, WI; assigned to Co. L when 127TH Inf. was organized; KIA 4 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 24; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; namesake of Abner Dahlberg Post No. 7 of American Legion, Rhinelander, WI

610.   

Dahlem, Glenn G.

Cpl.

born ca. 1899;NoK A. W. Dahlem, 427 N. Murray St., Madison, WI (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; likely WNG, half of Co. G was originally from Madison, WI; KIA 3 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 19; repatriated and re-interred 12 Jun. '21

611.   

Dalen, Arnold E.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Bertha Dalen, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Box 40, Starbuck, MN (hometown); ABMC says entered service from MT; served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; DW 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

612.   

Daley, Frank Aloysius

Sgt.

born 19 Oct. ‘89; son of Frank X. and Francis Ann (Ryan) Daley, father NoK, 468 Sidney St., Madison, WI (hometown); graduated U. of Wis. in ‘12, earned law degree in ‘14; lawyer at 1 W. Main St., Madison, WI; entered service in summer of ‘17, likely WNG; served with 127TH Fld. Hosp. (127TH Fld. Hosp. Co., Fld. Hosp. Co. No. 127), 107TH San. Tr.; departed for France in Jan. ‘18; 2Marne, Château-Thierry, Juvigny, Soissons, Argonne; during 1st week of Aug. ‘18 he spent 3 days under fire in no-man’s-land, unable to get through to friendly lines; DD, pneumonia or valvular heart disease, 20 Nov. ‘18 at age 29 (some references state he DW); listed on 16 Dec. ‘18 casualty list; an article in Wis. State Journal on 6 May ‘19 stated he had been recommended for Croix de Guerre, but I haven’t found anything indicating it was awarded, in that same article, “Capt. James Dean said that Daley exhibited unusual heroism during the several months the unit was under heavy shell fire on the several fronts.”; repatriated and re-interred at Resurrection Cemetery, Madison, WI on 21 Aug. ‘21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW; two brothers served during WWI, Joseph, John

613.   

Dally, Theodore J.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Augustus Dally, NoK, Reno, MN (hometown); served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

614.   

Daly, Bernard J.

Mech.

son of Eugene and Elizabeth Daly, Sault Ste. Marie, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; DW 31 Jul. '18; interred at Riverside Cemetery, Sault Ste. Marie, MI

615.   

Daly, Michael Joseph ‘M. Joseph’ (Daley)

Pvt.

born Feb. ‘95 at Andover, MA (hometown); son of Patrick and Margaret Daley, mother NoK, Andover, MA; attended Punchard H. S., Class of ‘13; renowned baseball player and bowler; worked as mail carrier at Andover Post Office; Knights of Columbus, Andover Council No. 1078, Andover, MA; member of St. Augustine’s Parish; enlisted in 6TH Btry., Coast Arty. (C. A.), Mass. NG, Ft. Strong, Boston, MA on 23 Oct. ‘17, with his friend John Joseph Stack; unit redesignated 21ST Btry., Coast Arty. Corps (C. A. C.); transferred to Btry. F, 55TH Arty., Coast Arty. Corps (C. A. C.), on 20 Dec. ‘17; overseas 25 Mar. ‘18; transferred to Btry. B, 119TH FA Regt., on 22 Apr. ‘18; “Awarded silver star citation by Gen. Pershing: “for gallantry in action, near Juvigny, France, 31 Aug. ‘18; although seriously wounded, he refused aid until his comrades were first treated.””; WIA 31 Aug. (1 Sep.) ‘18 near Juvigny, shrapnel to leg and back (friend, Pvt. John J. Stack, WIA by same shell); DW 2 Sep. ‘18 at age 23; parents notified on 28 Sep. ‘18; listed on 6 Oct. ‘18 casualty list; repatriated and re-interred at St. Augustine’s Cemetery, Andover, MA in 21 May ‘21

616.   

Damhuk, Jake

Pvt.

NoK Samuel Keretchuk, 143 Windsor St., Hartford, CT (hometown); served with Co. B, 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18;

617.   

Daniels, Charles

Pvt.

born 23 May '96 at Bruges, Belgium (nativity); son of Alphonse and Johanna Daniels, mother NoK, Buyck, MN; worked as teamster at National Pole Co., Allouez Station, Superior, WI (hometown); resided at 176 E. 1st. St., Superior, WI; enlisted in WNG 5 Jun. '17, likely Co. I, 3D Wis. Inf. at Superior, WI; assigned to Co. I when 127TH Inf. was organized; KIA 16 (5) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

618.   

Daniels, Charles R.

2d Lt.

NoK Mrs. H. E. Daniels, 352 Gooding St., Lockport, NY (hometown); served with Co. D, 127TH Inf.; DW 23 Nov. '18; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery

619.   

Danilink, Vasily (Daniliuk)

Pvt.

wife Mrs. Christiana Daniliuk, NoK, Kinel, Samarskaya oblast' (Sawara, S. C. J. D. Knel Sta.), Russia (nativity); also had ties to Grodno Brest Vycholky, Russia; served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

620.   

Danner, Claude F. (E.)

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Jacob F. Danner, NoK, Gardner, IL (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.;

621.   

Dant, Taylor Sylvester 'Bunt'

Pvt.

born 4 Jan. '96 at Beech Grove, KY; son of William Taylor and Susan Ann (Fulkerson) Dant, father NoK, R. F. D. 1, St. Joseph, KY (hometown); DW 5 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

622.   

Darga (Dargo, Darge), Leo J.

Pvt.

born 1894; son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Darga (Dargo, Darge), father NoK, Beaver, WI; resided with his sister, Mrs. Alfred Geuntner, 667 17th St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); worked at Cutler-Hammer Co.; enlisted in Co. D, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Milwaukee, WI ca. '15; was Pfc. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; Sergy; KIA 31 Jul. '18 at age 23; brother Joseph served in Navy; interred at Saint Leo's Cemetery, Pound, WI

623.   

Daugherty, James D.

Pvt.

NoK William T. Daugherty, brother, R. F. D. 3, Englewood, TN (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

624.   

Dausman, Leroy L.

Sgt.

father Samuel Dausman, NoK, Saranac, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18

625.   

Davenport, Lyle

Mech.

age 20; Bowler, WI; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; Ronchères, Fismes; KIA 6 Aug. '18

626.   

Davenport, Millard E.

Mus.

mother Mrs. Rose E. Wellstead, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Perrysburg, OH (hometown); served with Band, HQ, 322D FA Regt.; DW (DD) 23 (3) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

627.   

Davis, Bryce Edwin

1st Lt.

NoK Mrs. Amelia Davis, 456 Goshin St., Salt Lake City, UT (hometown); may have entered service from OK; served with 125TH Inf. Regt.; KIA 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

628.   

Davis, Curtis L.

Pvt.

hometown Melrose, WI; served with 125TH Inf.; DW 1 Aug. '18 at age 19; interred at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

629.   

Davis, Fallmer

Pvt.

mother Mrs. L. A. Davis, NoK, Leola, AR (hometown); served with Co. D, 127TH Inf.; KIA

630.   

Davis, Frank R.

Pfc.

born ca. 1891 at Church Hill, TN (hometown); served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; MIA 9 Oct. '18 at age 27; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

631.   

Davis, George F.

Pvt.

served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; DW 3 Aug. '18

632.   

Davis, Henry

Pvt.

served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

633.   

Davis, Joseph

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Annie Levi, sister, 99 Cook St., Brooklyn, NY (hometown); served with Co. B, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

634.   

Davis, Less F.

Pvt.

father Thos. Davis, NoK, Colesburg, IA (hometown); served with Co. A, 127TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18

635.   

Davis, Lute

Pvt.

born 30 Jan. ‘91 at Gold Hill, NV; son of Luther and Julia Davis, Gold Hill, NV; resided near Reno, NV (hometown); entered service at Washoe Co., NV on 25 Jun. ‘18; trained at Camp Lewis, WA; assigned to 13TH Co., 4TH Bn., 166TH Dep. Bde.; transferred to Co. H., 160TH Inf., 40TH Div. on 15 Jul. ‘18; sailed for France on 8 Aug. ‘18; 40TH Div. was designated a replacement unit when it reached France; transferred to Co. H, 127TH Inf. on 9 Sep. ‘18; DD, pneumonia, 13 Oct. ‘18; listed on 15 Nov. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Saint Mihiel American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

636.   

Davis, Russell R.

Sgt.

NoK Mrs. Sarah A. Davis, Genesee, MI (hometown); served with MG Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 10 (11) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

637.   

Davis, Thurman Cleveland (Thorman)

Pvt.

born 11 Sep. ‘86 at Decatur or Chattanooga, TN; son of G. B. Davis; NoK Mrs. Tommy L. Adams, 351 Vine, Chattanooga, TN; entered service 1 Sep. ‘17 at Minneapolis, MN; assigned to Co. M, 135TH Inf., 34TH Div.; in spring of ‘18, many of its personnel were assigned to other units as replacements; transferred to Co. G, 58TH Inf., 4TH Div.; Vesle, Fismes, Aisne-Marne; KIA (DW) 6 Aug. (5 Aug.) ‘18 at age 32; listed as MIA on 19 Sep. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Chattanooga National Cemetery; not sure why he is listed in 32D Div. in WW, but, given that the 4TH Div. and 32D Div. fought near each other at the time, it is possible that 32D Div. found him, buried him on the battlefield where he fell, and listed him in their casualty reports to record the approximate time and location of his battlefield death and interment

638.   

Davis, Warner

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Bill Davis, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Box 17, Slate, WV (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

639.   

Davis, Willard F.

Pvt.

father John H. Davis, NoK, Aberdeen, SD (hometown); may have entered service from MT; served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; KIA 31 Aug. (1 Sep.) '18; interred at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

640.   

Davis, William J.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. M. C. Davis, Sanma, WV; hometown Elizabeth, WV; served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

641.   

Davitt, William Frederick (Francis)

Chaplain (1st Lt.)

born 6 Jan. (8 Dec.) ‘86 at Holyoke, MA; son of Lawrence and Mary (Kane) Davitt, mother NoK, 842 Chicopee St., Willimansett, Chicopee, MA (hometown), father Canadian immigrant, mother Irish immigrant; graduated Chicopee H. S. in ‘03; graduated College of the Holy Cross in ‘07, renowned football player and team captain, also wrestled and played basketball, accumulated numerous trophies; ordained at Grand Seminary, Montreal, Quebec, CAN, in Dec. ‘11; assigned to St. John’s Church, Worcester, MA, active in local charitable and philanthropic causes, including chaplain of Lyman School for Boys (State Industrial School) and organizing St. Agnes’ Guild; assigned assistant pastor of St. Ann’s Catholic Parish, Lenox, MA, in ‘16; member of Knights of Columbus (K. of C.), Holyoke Council, became K. of C. chaplain in Sep. ‘17 and served at Camp MacArthur, TX; volunteered to serve as an Army Chaplain, commissioned 1st Lt. ca. 6 Nov. ‘17; assigned to 120TH MG Bn.; sailed for France in Feb. ‘18; transferred to 125TH Inf.; earned DSC or DSM, possibly for finding and burying 125 American dead, under fire, between Courmont and Mont St. Martin ca. 31 Jul.-5 Aug. ‘18, or possibly for organizing and leading a group of volunteers to rescue 40 wounded Soldiers isolated in a ravine along the Vesle River on 6 Aug. ‘18; also earned Croix de Guerre w/palm for his actions 31 Jul.-6 Aug. ‘18 between the Ourcq and the Vesle; assigned special duty of chief burial officer for V Corps on 23 Sep. ‘18; cited by Maj. Gen. Summerall, V Corps Cdr., GO 26, 20 Nov. ‘18 “For faithful and conscientious performance of duty and for extreme coolness under shell fire in the performance of his duty as Acting Chief Burial Officer, V Corps, during the Meuse-Argonne Operations.”; “Cited for bravery Aug. 6, ‘18, during operations along the Vesle River: “To rescue 40 wounded soldiers who were temporarily isolated from their command, he led a party of volunteers through a hail of machine gun bullets. All were rescued and returned to their command without the loss of a single man.””; earned Silver Star Citation, posthumously, for braving heavy shell fire to bury the dead near Courmont 4 Oct. ‘18; “Cited for bravery Oct. 20, ‘18, during the Argonne offensive: “To rescue three wounded soldiers, he leaped over the top of the trench, and, under enemy machine gun fire, dragged them to safety one by one.””; KIA at 1040 hours on 11 Nov. ‘18 near the Regt. CP at Écurey (likely Écurey-en-Verdunois) (there are numerous, varied stories regarding the time and circumstances of his death, some sources state the time was 1100, 1045 or 0945 hours, cause ranges from sniper to artillery shrapnel (of those which state artillery, some claim he was killed by the last German shell fired in the war, which is not likely), some references state he poked his head above the trench to wave the flag, others state he had just exited the CP after presenting a flag to the Regt. Cdr., others state he had just exited the CP after retrieving the Regt. flag, others state he had just climbed down from a tree after hanging the flag); his funeral was officiated by Chaplain George S. L. O’Connor, who had recently been promoted from Senior Chaplain, 32D Div. to Senior Chaplain, III Corps, the two were college classmates and close friends; he was likely the 32D Division’s last combat casualty of WWI; numerous references consider him to be the last U.S. Soldier killed during the war, but that is not likely, he probably was the last U.S. officer killed; interred at Calvary Cemetery, Holyoke, MA; also memorialized on Chaplain’s Hill at Arlington National Cemetery; Davitt Cottage at Lyman School for Boys, where he had been in charge of Catholic religious instruction, was dedicated in his honor; a song or poem, “Father William Francis Davitt World War Martyr,” was composed in his honor by William Kimberley Palmer at Chicopee, MA in Jan. ‘34; the Davitt Memorial Bridge in Chicopee was dedicated in his honor when it was built in ‘31, it was rebuilt in ‘13 and rededicated in his honor on Veteran’s Day ‘13; namesake of William F. Davitt Post No. 625 of VFW, Davitt Square in Worcester, MA, and Knights of Columbus Father William F. Davitt Council 2412, Lenox, MA; brother, 1st Lt. James L., served with 94TH Aero Sqdn., commanded by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker

642.   

Daws, Harrison

Pvt.

father Robert Daws, NoK, R. R. 4, Prospect, TN (hometown); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

643.   

Dawson, Albert Martin

Sgt.

born 18 Dec. '95 at Chicago, IL; son of Chase Francis and Clara B. (Crooke) Dawson, father NoK, 406 E. Oliver St., Owosso, MI (hometown); likely Mich. NG; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; WIA 31 Jul. '18; DW (KIA) 1 Aug. '18; interred at Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, MI; namesake of Patterson-Dawson Post No. 57 of American Legion at Owosso, MI, the other namesake was 1st Sgt. Arthur C. Patterson, also Mich. NG, same unit, KIA 31 Jul. '18

644.   

Dawson, Hollus E.

Cpl.

born ca. 1896; NoK Miss Verne Dawson, sister, Barron, WI; served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; Hagenbach, Badricourt, Fere-en-Tardinois, Château-Thierry, Fismes, Juvigny, Terny-Sorny, Verdun, Champagne sector; DW 7 Oct. '18 at age 22; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

645.   

Dawson, Raymond

Pvt.

born ca. 1898; Beloit, WI; served with 127TH Inf.; Ronchères, Cierges, Fismes, Manspach; DW 27 Aug. '18 at age 20; interred at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

646.   

Day, Claude (Claud) O.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Melinda Day, R. F. D. 2, Turner, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 12 (5) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

647.   

Day, Harry M. (H.)

Pfc.

mother Lydia Day, NoK, St. Vrain, NM; may have entered service from MT; served with Co. M, 127TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

648.   

Day, Robert J.

Pvt.

father Walter Day, NoK, Aurora, NE (hometown); served with Co. D, 125TH Inf.; DW 10 Oct. '18

649.   

De Dominicis (Dedominicis), Aristide

Pvt.

born 14 Feb. '89 at Italy (nativity); hometown Lanslaw, PA; served with Btry. E, 322D FA Regt.; DD 24 Dec. '18

650.   

De Ronde, Edward Joseph (DeRonde) ‘E. J.’

Cpl.

son of John Baptist and Leona M. (Denduyver) De Ronde, mother NoK, 36 Taft Ave., Detroit, MI or R. F. D. 4, Box 40, Racine, WI, both Belgian immigrants; hometown Port Huron, MI, Detroit, MI, or Racine (Ramie), WI; enlisted in Co. C, 33D Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, Port Huron, MI; assigned to Co. L, 125TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 31 Aug. ‘18; family notified ca. 1 Sep. ‘18; listed on 4 Sep. ‘18 casualty list; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

651.   

Deangelo, James J.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. A. Deangelo, 414 S. Exter St., Baltimore, MD (hometown); served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18

652.   

Debutts, Ray G.

Pfc.

NoK H. Debutts, Boyne City, MI (hometown); served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; KIA 3 Sep. '18

653.   

Decaire, David

Pfc.

hometown Alpena, MI; served with Co. F. 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

654.   

DeCorah, Foster (Dekorra)

Cpl.

born 20 Jul. ‘77 (‘78, ‘75); Native American, Winnebago; son of Doctor ‘Doc’ and Elizabeth DeCorah (Dekorra), mother NoK, Friendship, WI (hometown) NoK listed as Ernest Decorah in some references; resided at Reedsburg, WI ca. ‘10, where he worked in the “show line business” “at summer resorts and parks” including running a shooting gallery and selling Native American crafts, worked as a fur trader during the winter; married Stella (Suzie), father of Archie, Ernest, Wilhelmina, Henry T., Arthur; enlisted in Co. D, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Mauston or Camp Douglas, WI, on 30 May ‘17 (or ca. 1 Aug. ‘17) at age 39 (38, 41) (the date of 30 May is presumed, based on the reported enlistment date of 1 his sons); there are a couple of stories describing how Foster enlisted; one story states that when he volunteered, he was accepted without hesitation because he had not reached the maximum allowable age of enlistment; another story states that he initially was not accepted because he was too old to enlist, but the authorities changed their mind and allowed him to go due to “his remarkable physique”; some references state he served with 1 of his sons; other references state that he served with 2 sons (most of those references list the 2 sons as Arthur and Henry, but 1 reference lists the 2 sons as Bill and John); still other references state that he served with 3 sons; assigned to Co. D, 128TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; SN 283698; promoted to Cpl.; KIA 1 Aug. (2 Aug.) ‘18 near Bellevue Farm, part of the attack for Hill 230, at age 41 (40, 43); listed on 15 Aug. ‘18 casualty list; his nephew, Pfc. Robert DeCorah, was KIA in the same attack and also listed on 15 Aug. ‘18 casualty list (some references list Robert as his cousin, others as his son); interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; 2 sons served with the same unit, Pfc. Arthur, WIA (gassed), and Pvt. Henry T (possibly also WIA (gassed))

655.   

DeCorah, Robert ‘Bob’

Pfc.

born ca. ‘94; Native American, Winnebago; mother might have been Mrs. Mary DeCorah, ‘10 census lists her with a son Bob, born ca. ‘94; NoK John Wallace, brother, Mauston, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. D, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, Mauston, WI, ca. 1 Aug. ‘17; assigned to Co. D, 128TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; SN 283701; promoted to Pfc.; Marne; KIA 1 Aug. (2 Aug.) ‘18 near Bellevue Farm, part of the attack for Hill 230, at age 24; listed on 15 Aug. ‘18 casualty list; his uncle, Cpl. Foster DeCorah, was KIA in the same attack and was also listed on 15 Aug. ‘18 casualty list (some references list Robert as Foster’s cousin, others as his son); one reference states Robert entered Sep. Automatic Replacement Draft, Camp MacArthur, TX, and died there of diabetes on 7 Sep. ‘18

656.   

Deeds, Kennie H.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Lydia Deeds, NoK, College Park, MD; hometown Keezletown, VA; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 3 (1) Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

657.   

Deeringer, Guy

Pvt.

father D. M. Deeringer, NoK, Saline, MO (hometown); entered service from NE; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

658.   

Deeringhoff, Ferdinand Egon, Jr. (Deeringheff)

Cpl.

born 12 Aug. '97; son of Ferdinand Egon and Verena R. Deeringhoff, mother NoK, Moxee City, WA (hometown), father German immigrant; enlisted in Co. E, 2D Wash. Inf., Wash. NG, at North Yakima, WA; assigned to 161ST Inf. when 41ST Div. was organized; that unit was designated a replacement div. after it reached France; transferred to Co. A, 127TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Holy Rosary Cemetery, Moxee, WA

659.   

Deetz, Edwin H.

Cpl.

father H. H. Deetz, NoK, Aurora, OR (IL) (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

660.   

Degiacomo, Nickolia

Pvt.

NoK Rose Degiacomo, Nenteodarisio Chieti, Italy (nativity); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 31 Aug. '18

661.   

DeGuerre, Ernest A.

Sgt.

NoK M. T. DeGuerre, Toronto, Canada (nativity); Mich. NG; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18

662.   

Dehl, Herbert A.

Pfc.

mother Mrs. Christina Dehl, NoK, 902 W. Mound St., Columbus, OH (hometown); served with 308TH Trench Mort. Btry.; KIA 23 Oct. '18

663.   

Dekkinga, Mart

Pvt.

NoK Klile Dekkinga, R. F. D. 2, Hersey (Husey), MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

664.   

Delaney, Forrest L.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Abbie Doty, NoK, 227 Linden Ave., Moundsville, WV (hometown); served with Btry. B, 147TH FA Regt.; ACC 9 Aug. '18

665.   

Delaney, George E. (O.)

Pvt.

born ca. ‘95; resided at 1305 Cedar St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG ca. ‘15; served during Mexican Border Crisis (not listed in WNG on MB); likely served with 32D Div.; KIA at age 23, listed on 6 Sep. ‘18 casualty list; brother Raymond also served; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

666.   

Delapp, Galbert (Calbert) F.

Pvt.

born ca. 1897; NoK Charles Nitschke, friend, 412 Gardner St., Rhinelander, WI (hometown); served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; Fismes, Juvigny; KIA 2 Sep. '18 at age 21

667.   

Delgoff, Rodney

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; hometown Marinette, WI; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; Sergy; KIA 31 Jul. '18 at age 22

668.   

Delihant, Leslie E. (Delibant)

Color Sgt.

born 17 Nov. ‘97 at Chicago, IL; son of William Thomas and Mary Johanna or Mae (Reardon) Delihant, 5820 Grace St., Chicago, IL (hometown); worked as yard superintendent at Edwin F. Daniels & Co.; enlisted in 1ST Ill. Cav., Ill. NG, at Chicago, IL in ‘15; served during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to HQ Co., 122D FA Regt., when 33D Div. was organized; WIA 3 Oct. ‘18 during German air raid; DW 8 Oct. (3 Oct.) ‘18 at age 20; unit may have been supporting 32D Div. at the time; 3 brothers also served, Lt. William T., Jr., (served with 122D FA Regt. during WWI, also served during WWII), Robert L. (Navy, WWI), Thomas A. (WWII)

669.   

Delorme, Thomas Edward

Cpl.

born ca. 1890; hometown Menasha, WI; also had ties to New London, WI; enlisted in Co. E, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Menasha, WI; served with 121ST FA Regt. (131ST MG Bn.); KIA 14 Sep. '18 at age 28; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

670.   

Demorest, Joe A.

Cpl.

NoK D. A. Demorest, 8 Wood St., Quincey, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. A, 126TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

671.   

Demund, Jacob H.

Cpl.

mother Canclance Demund, NoK, Gaines, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18

672.   

Dencker, Henry W.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Elizabeth Dencker, 1827 Hawkins St., Cincinnati, OH (hometown); served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; WIA 9 Oct. '18; DW 11 Oct. '18

673.   

Deneen, Andrew C.

1st Lt.

born 28 Sep. '80 at Hammond, WI (hometown); son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Deneen; attended Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; employed by U. of Wis. when he entered First Officers Training Camp at Fort Sheridan, IL, assigned to 3D Co.; after commissioning was stationed at Camp Grant; sailed for France 1 Jul. '18 with 388TH Inf.; 85TH Div. was designated replacement div. when it reached France, he was transferred to 128TH Inf.; DW 20 Nov. '18; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

674.   

Dennis, Joe H.

Pvt.

father Phil Dennis, NoK, Magnolia, AR (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; KIA 10 (8) Nov. '18

675.   

Denno, Henry D.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Mary Denno, R. F. D. 5, Brandon, VT (hometown); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 13 Oct. '18

676.   

Denouden (Denowden), Dirk

Pvt.

father Antoni Denouden, NoK, Putten Gelderland, Holland, Netherlands (nativity); hometown Fort Benton, MT; served with Co. A, 126TH Inf.; DW 4 Oct. '18

677.   

Densmore, Fred L.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. G. E. Densmore, NoK, Oswayo, PA (hometown); served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. '18

678.   

Denton, Gilford

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Margaret L. Denton, NoK, R. F. D. 4, Box 47, Bristol, TN (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 13 Oct. '18

679.   

Derdowski, Omer

Pvt.

mother Mary Derdowski, NoK, 1411 Marsac St., Bay City, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; DW 1 Aug. '18

680.   

Dereuisseaux, Ralph

Pvt.

NoK Matilda Bennett, Box 162, Hamilton, MT (hometown); served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

681.   

Desantis, Anibale

Pvt.

born in Italy (nativity); NoK Mr. Louis Desantis, brother, Woodstock Post Office, Portland, OR (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; KIA 18 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

682.   

Devenny, James Vincen

2d Lt.

NoK Mrs. C. F. Devenny, 146 W. Chelton Ave., Philadelphia, PA (hometown); commissioned 1 Oct. '18; assigned to Co. E, 126TH Inf. on 7 Oct. '18; KIA (DW) 9 Oct. '18 near Romagne; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

683.   

DeVries (Devries), Arthur David

Sgt.

father Dr. W. Devries, NoK, 1069 (1067) Bridge St., N. W., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 (1) Aug. '18; repatriated and re-interred somewhere in Grand Rapids, MI on 15 Jul. '22

684.   

Devriese, Henry Archie

Pvt.

born 2 May '96; son of Achille and Mathilde DeVriese, Mt. Clemens, MI (hometown); entered service with Co. M or Co. I, 32D Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, at Camp Custer, MI on 19 Sep. '17; transferred to 128TH Inf.; DW 10 Aug. '18; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

685.   

Dewitt, Albert W.

Pvt.

father John D. Dewitt, NoK, Box 122, Moore, MT (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

686.   

DeWitt, Morris B.

Sgt.

father H. B. DeWitt, NoK, 185 Glessner St., Mansfield, OH (hometown); served with Co. B, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

687.   

Deyo, Harold D.

Pvt.

father Mr. George Deyo, NoK, 113 East Ward St., Urbana, OH (hometown); served with MG Co., 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 Oct. '18

688.   

Diamond, Jack

Pvt.

NoK Fred A. Thomas, friend, Farmington, MN (hometown); served with Co. D, 127TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

689.   

Dick, Coy

Pvt.

father Oliver M. Dick, NoK, 1222 S. West St., Indianapolis, IN (hometown); served with Co. G, 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

690.   

Dickerson, George T.

Pvt.

father Port Dickerson, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Indian Valley, VA (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 19 Oct. '18

691.   

Dickey, Irwin (Irvine) Edward

Cpl.

born ca. 1893; NoK Mrs. George Dickey, Hudson, WI; WNG; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; near Cierges; DW 3 Aug. '18 at age 25

692.   

Dickinson, Timothy

Cpl.

mother Mrs. Hattie L. Dickinson, NoK, Lisbon, NH (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; DW 4 Nov. '18

693.   

Dickop, Ray C.

1st Lt.

born 30 May '91 at Beloit, WI (hometown); son of John and Ada M. Dickop; NoK Mrs. Lena Schiller, aunt, 6th Ave., West Bend, WI; 2d Lt. in Co. L, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Beloit, WI when mobilized 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. L when 127TH Inf. was organized; rode to France aboard USS George Washington; KIA 4 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 27; earned DSC, bestowed posthumously, for his actions 4 Aug. '18 at Chezelles Farm near Fismes, although shot in the head, body and legs, continued to lead his company in the attack until he fell dead; he was one of Pershing's 100, 1 of 2 from Div.; interred at Calvary Cemetery, Beloit, WI; namesake of Lt. Ray Dickop Post No. 36 of American Legion at West Bend, WI

694.   

Diedrich, Bernard A.

Sgt.

born ca. ‘97; hometown Wauwatosa, WI; WNG; served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; SN 283831; Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne; DW, gassed, 20 Jun. ’19 (’18) at age 22; 1 reference states that he "was gassed during the Battle of Soissons in July 1918 and collapsed while serving with occupation forces in Germany. He was sent back to the U.S. to convalesce and died at Fort Sheridan in Illinois in June 1919."; interred at Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleum, Milwaukee, WI; namesake of Bernard A. Diedrich Post No. 78 of American Legion, Wauwatosa, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

695.   

Dietrich, Alfred H.

Pvt.

born ca. 1898; mother Mrs. Mary Dietrich, NoK, 1717 Wright St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 30 Jul. '18 at age 20; Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne;

696.   

Dimassa, Alexandre

Pvt.

hometown Detroit, MI; served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

697.   

Dinwiddie, Frank J.

Pvt.

hometown Wolf Bayou, AR; served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

698.   

Dirrigl (Derrigle), Frank

Sgt.

born ca. 1893; NoK Mr. Dirrigl, Park Falls, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. C, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Hudson, WI; Pfc. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; mobilized with that unit 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. C when 128TH Inf. was organized; DW 31 Aug. '18 at age 25; namesake of Frank Dirrigl-Richard C. Sawales Post No. 182 of American Legion, Park Falls, WI

699.   

Distler, George A.

Pvt.

NoK Albert Distler, R. F. D. 1, Jefferson City, MO (hometown); entered service from MN; served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

700.   

Dixon, Maurice Harvey (Morrice)

Cpl.

born ‘99; mother Mrs. Emma Dixon, NoK, 103 Lahana or Lahoma St., Lansing, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; Pvt. with Btry. B, 1ST Mich. FA, Lansing, MI ca. 19 Apr. ‘17; Cpl. with Btry. C, 119TH FA Regt., when 32D Div. was organized; KIA 8 Aug. ‘18 along the Vesle ca. age 19; listed on 9 Sep. ‘18 casualty list; repatriated and re-interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Lansing, MI on 7 Aug. ‘21; namesake of Maurice Harvey Dixon Post No. 12 of American Legion, Lansing, MI

701.   

Docken (Dicken), Clarence O.

Sgt.

born ca. '88; father Andrew C. Docken, NoK, Mt. Horeb, WI (hometown); graduated U. of Wis. with high honors, Class of '17; asst. director of U. of Wis. Band; asst. director of 5TH Wis. Inf. Regt. Band, WNG, at Milwaukee, WI; served with HQ Trp., 32D Div. or 107TH Tr. HQ, QMC; DD, meningitis, 20 Feb. (10 Feb.) '18 in France at age 30; first gold star on U. of Wis. service flag

702.   

Dodds, James M.

Pfc.

NoK John Dodds, brother, Panguitch, UT (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

703.   

Dodge, Frederick Benjamin, Jr. 'Fred'

Pvt.

born 2 Sep. '96 at Avoca, WI; son Fred B. and Sarah Dodge, Ruthven, IA (hometown); family moved to Ruthven from Avoca, WI ca. 1906; in Sep. of '17 he went to Camp Douglas, WI and enlisted in WNG; assigned to Trk. Co. No. 6, 107TH Sup. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized (WGSL states 107TH Tr. HQ & MPs); DD, acute colitis, 28 Oct. '17 Camp McArthur, TX at age 21; interred at Calvary Cemetery, Ruthven, IA; at least 1 of his 4 brothers, Raymond, also served; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

704.   

Doering, Herman Frank

Pfc.

born 24 Dec. ‘90; son of Franz Karl Julius ‘Frank’ and Karoline Ernestine Augusta ‘Lena’ (Range) Doering, both German immigrants; 1840 S. 13th St., Sheboygan, WI; Pvt. in Co. C, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, Sheboygan, WI when mobilized 15 Jul. ‘17; assigned to Co. C, 127TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; transferred to Co. C, 128TH Inf. (likely after most of that unit’s Soldiers were assigned to 1ST Div. as replacements); WIA at Alsace; DW 2 Jul. ‘18 at age 27; 1st Soldier from Sheboygan killed in the War; brother William J. served with Co. L, 58TH Inf., 4TH Div.; interred at Lutheran Cemetery, Sheboygan, WI

705.   

Doerr, John

Pvt.

father Daniel Doerr, NoK, born 1894; Barnes, KS (hometown); served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Maplewood Cemetery, Barnes, KS

706.   

Dolan, Joe

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Mary Callahan, NoK, 734 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY (hometown); served with Co. C, 121ST MG Bn.; DW 2 Sep. '18

707.   

Dolata, Walter R.

Pvt.

born 1894; hometown South Milwaukee, WI; WNG; served with Co. C, 119TH MG Bn.; DD, peritonitis, 23 Feb. '18 at age 23; interred at Saint Leo's Cemetery, Pound, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

708.   

Dole, Sanford B.

2d Lt.

NoK Fred A. Dole, Lewiston, ID (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 18 (15) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

709.   

Dollinger, Abraham

Pvt.

father Joseph Dollinger (Dellinger), NoK, 419 E. 5th St., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

710.   

Dombrowski, Joseph I. (H.)

Pvt.

NoK Alex. Dombrowski, brother, 519 Isabell St., city and state not listed; may have had ties to Polaski, MI; served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; DW 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

711.   

Doney, Everett

Cpl.

born ca. 1893; NoK Ira Doney, godmother, Oconto, WI; hometown Lena, WI; enlisted in Co. M, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Oconto, WI; Pfc. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; mobilized with that unit again on 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. M, 127TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; Sergy, Alsace; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 25; namesake of Doney-DeGrave Post No. 342 of American Legion at Lena, WI, the other namesake was Wag. Desire J. DeGrave, also WNG, served with HQ Co., 150TH MG Bn., KIA 27 Jul. '18

712.   

Donnelly, Michael Joseph

Pvt.

born Jul. ‘86 at Mullough, Ireland (nativity); son of Patrick and Annie Donnelly, Lullaghglass, County Galway, Ireland; NoK Mary Donnelly, sister, 36 Arlington St. N., Cambridge, MA (hometown); worked as freight handler for Boston & Maine (B&M) railroad; entered service 29 Apr. ‘18 (his obituary stated, “He had been in this country but a few months when he enlisted in the Army.”); assigned to 151ST Dep. Bde.; transferred to Co. M, 304TH Inf., 76TH Div., on 25 May ‘18; overseas 8 Jul. ‘18; transferred to Co. I, 163D Inf., 41ST Div., on 30 Jul. ‘17; transferred to Co. H, 127TH Inf., on 7 Aug. ‘18; KIA 4 Oct. (16 Oct.) ‘18 near Gesnes at age 32; repatriated and re-interred at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden, MA on 24 Oct. ‘21

713.   

Doran, George E.

Sgt.

born 23 May '95 at Milwaukee, WI; son of Daniel M. and Anna (Bannan) Doran, father NoK, 764 14th St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); ; enlisted in Co. D, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Milwaukee, WI; Cpl. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; mobilized with that unit 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. D when 127TH Inf. was organized; KIA 17 Jun. '18 in Alsace sector at age 23

714.   

Dorcheus, John A.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Mary Dorcheus, NoK, Ashton, ID (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

715.   

Dorenburg, Frank A.

Pvt.

mother Catherine Dorenburg, NoK, 318 June St., Carnegie, PA (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; DW 13 Oct. '18

716.   

Dorey, Hugh J.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. H. L. Dorey, NoK, 240 1/2 Hibbard Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; DW 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

717.   

Dorfman, Alexander

Pvt.

NoK Miss Sarah Zuckeman, cousin, 16 E. 7th St., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 7 Oct. '18

718.   

Doughert, Edward

Pfc.

served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

719.   

Douglass (Douglas), Arthur W.

Pvt.

father W. C. Douglas, NoK, 152 Terrace, Redlands, CA (hometown); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 9 Jul. '18

720.   

Dow, Francis E.

Cpl.

mother Mrs. Mathilda Dow, NoK, 377 Putman Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); may have had ties to Elizabeth, NJ; Mich. NG; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18

721.   

Dowdy, Monroe E.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Lee Ella Dowdy, NoK, Ingram, TX (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

722.   

Dowling, Lawrence W.

Sgt.

mother Mrs. Irene Louis Dowling, NoK, R. F. D. 5, Dayton, OH (hometown); served with Btry. D, 322D FA Regt.; KIA 15 (16) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

723.   

Downer, Clarence

Mech.

born ca. 1898; NoK Mr. Clarence F. Downer, Monroe, WI (hometown); served with 127TH Inf.; Fismes, Juvigny, Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, defense sector, Haute Alsace; MIA, presumed KIA, 30 Aug. '18 at age 20; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

724.   

Dowty, Chancey P.

Pvt.

NoK Ella L. Dowty, Morlan, KS (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

725.   

Dozier, Clifford

Pvt.

father Evin Dozier, NoK, Wallsend, KY (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

726.   

Drabenstott, Alvia R.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Flora Drabenstott, R. F. D. 3, Custer, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

727.   

Drake, Payne

Pvt.

born ca. 1899; mother Mrs. Mora Drake, NoK, Shawano, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; Ronchères, Fismes, Juvigny; MIA, presumed KIA, 1 (4) Sep. '18 at age 19; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

728.   

Draper, Frank M.

Pvt.

born 14 Dec. ‘93; son of Milton W. and Elizabeth B. ‘Lizzie’ Draper, mother NoK, 2716 South Blvd. (8th Blvd.), Port Huron, MI (hometown); joined Co. C, 33D Mich. Inf. at Camp MacArthur, TX; assigned to Co. L, 125TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; KIA 31 Jul. ‘18 at Hill 212 near Sergy at age 24; listed on 3 Sep. ‘18 casualty list; interred at, Lakeside Cemetery, Port Huron, MI; brother served during WWI, Arthur, Navy

729.   

Dreps, Anthony John ‘Anton’

Pvt.

born 10 May ‘97 at WI; son of John A. and Johanna (Schwanekamp) Dreps, 1401 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI (hometown), father NoK; Pvt. in Co. C, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, Sheboygan, WI when mobilized 15 Jul. ‘17; assigned to Co. C, 127TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; KIA 3 Aug. (4 Aug.) ‘18 near Fismes (Dravegny) at age 21; interred at Calvary Cemetery, Sheboygan, WI

730.   

Dressel, Everett (Egerett) Glee (C.) (Dressell)

Cpl.

born 17 Apr. '93 at Ganges, MI; son of Frederick Anton 'Fred' and Mary E. (Cady) Dressel, father NoK, R. F. D. 4, South Haven, MI; hometown Flint, MI (hometown); served with MG Co., 125TH Inf.; SN 264498; earned DSC, posthumously, for his actions 31 Aug. '18 near Juvigny; earned Croix de Guerre w/bronze star, posthumously, for his efforts to extinguish fires at a captured ammunition dump; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at McDowell Cemetery, South Haven Highlands, MI

731.   

Dresser, Frank A.

Pfc.

father Frank Dresser, NoK, Richland, WA (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; one reference lists unit as 107TH Fld. Sig. Bn.; KIA 18 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery;

732.   

Dretske, Carl F.

Pvt.

hometown Neshkoro, WI; KIA 7 (6) Aug. '18.; served with 121ST MG Bn.; some references list unit as 12TH MG Bn., 4TH Div.; KIA 7 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

733.   

Drill, Edward L.

Pvt.

born ca. 1899; father Mr. Andrew Drill, NoK, Princeton, WI; hometown Milwaukee, WI; WNG; served with Co. C, 107TH Fld. Sig. Bn.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; KIA 2 Oct. '18 at age 19; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

734.   

Driver, Dib.

Pvt.

born 1889; father Burrel Driver, NoK, Liberty, TN (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Dismal Cemetery, Smithville, TN

735.   

Drury, John R.

Pfc.

born 28 Sep. '90; son of William Alonzo and Katherine (Vittitoe) Drury, St. Joseph, KY (hometown, presumed); served with 126TH Amb. Co., 107TH San. Tr.; KIA 1 Oct. '18 in Battle of Argonne; earned Div. Citation (div. citations sometimes became Silver Star Citations); interred at Saint Alphonsus Cemetery, Saint Joseph, KY

736.   

Dry, Wafford (Wofford) Allison

Cpl.

born 11 Sep. '93 at Richfield, NC (hometown); son of James Crawford and Ida (May) Dry, father NoK, Richfield, NC; married Georgia F. Rogers at Ridenhour, NC on 21 May '14, preceded him in death; married Nellie Misenheimer, father of Wofford A. Dry, Jr.; served with Co. C, 107TH Fld. Sig. Bn.; earned Croix de Guerre; KIA 29 Aug. '18, strafed by German plane; listed on 21 Oct. '18 casualty list; interred at New Mount Tabor United Methodist Church Cemetery, Stanly Co., NC; son served in Army during WWII

737.   

Duane, Mark Ira (S.)

Pfc.

born 18 Jul. '95; NoK Mrs. Mary Duane, Mellen, WI (hometown); served with Btry. D, 121ST FA Regt.; Chery-Chartreuve; KIA 5 Aug. '18 at age 23; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Mellen Union Cemetery, Mellen, WI

738.   

Duckett, Gordon A.

Cpl.

NoK William B. Duckett, 160 Fireman Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 30 (28) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

739.   

Dudek, John

Pfc.

hometown in MI; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

740.   

Dudley, Joe D.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. Blanche Hegdahl, Madison, SD (hometown); served with Co. K, 125TH Inf.; DW 18 Oct. '18

741.   

Dudley, Newton J.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Lula Bagshaw, sister, Pleasant Hill, MO (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

742.   

Dudzinski, Franciszak

Pvt.

born Russia (nativity); NoK Mary Dudzinski, sister, 8813 23rd Ave., Brooklyn, NY; hometown Hamtramck, MI; served with Co. I, 125TH Inf.; earned DSC, bestowed posthumously, for his actions on 31 Jul. '18 near Cierges, went to aid wounded comrades under fire, was WIA in the process; some transcripts of his DSC citation erroneously list unit as 120TH Inf., but 30TH Div. was in British sector in Belgium at the time and their 1st day of combat was 16 Aug. '18; KIA 11 Oct. '18; interred in the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

743.   

Duerwearder, Alberic J.

Cpl.

NoK Charles Van Hoorn Tannery, Cheboygan, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; KIA 8 Oct. '18

744.   

Dufan, John

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Josephine Dufan, NoK, 5407 Carthage Ave., Norwood, OH (hometown); served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 12 Oct. '18

745.   

Duff, Joseph M.

2d Lt.

NoK Rev. Joseph M. Duff, 564 Washington Ave., Carnegie, GA (hometown); served with 125TH Inf. Regt.; KIA 11 Oct. '18

746.   

Duffy, Edward

Pvt.

NoK Patrick J. Duffy, 233 N. Fanfield Ave., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; DW 30 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

747.   

Duffy, Michael

Pvt.

father John W. Duffy, NoK, Phillipsburg, MT (hometown); served with Co. M, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

748.   

Dugan, Joseph Patrick

Pvt.

born 2 Jan. '90 at Taunton, MA (hometown); son of Charles and Ellen (McDermott) Dugan; entered service 20 Sep. '17 in Co. A, 301ST Engr. Regt., 76TH Div.; transferred to 1ST Co., March Automatic Replacement Draft, Camp Devens, 14 Feb. '18; overseas 12 Mar. '18; transferred to 5TH Co., 2D Bn., 1ST Field Regt. 28 Mar. '18; transferred to Co. D, 125TH Inf., 32D Div. 18 Apr. '18; KIA (DW) 25 May '18 in Haute Alsace sector; appears to be 1st from Regt. KIA

749.   

Duhm (Duhn), Arnie F.

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; stepfather August Duhm (Duhn), NoK, R. F. D. 32, Black Creek, WI; hometown Rhinelander, WI; WNG; served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; Alsace, Fismes, Juvigny; KIA 2 Sep. '18 at age 22; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

750.   

Dujoudin (Dujoiden), Arthur

Pvt.

NoK Louise Dujoudin, Swevere Le Province, W. Vlawnderen, Belgium (nativity); hometown Detroit, MI; served with Co. B, 126TH Inf.; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

751.   

Duket, Stanley G.

Cpl.

born ca. 1892; father Mr. Chester Duket, Jr., NoK, 1111 Minneapolis St., Marinette, WI (hometown); served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; Fismes, Juvigny, Breheville, Château-Thierry; KIA 10 Nov. '18 at age 26; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

752.   

Dulepski, Stanley E. (A.)

Pvt.

sister Mrs. Mary Rosgen, NoK, Etna St., Naugatuck, CT (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 16 (15) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

753.   

Duncan, Clinton E.

Cpl.

mother Mrs. J. W. Duncan, NoK, 903 Beard St., Port Huron, MI (hometown); served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

754.   

Duncklee, Lester W.

Cpl.

mother Mrs. Wm. Cole Duncklee, NoK, 928 St. Clair Ave., St. Clair Heights, MI (hometown); served with Co. B, 125TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. '18

755.   

Dunham, Scott Harrison

Pvt.

born 1892; father James F. Dunham, NoK, 3003 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI; grew up on farm near Novi, MI (hometown); also had ties to Ypsilanti, MI; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 15 (9) Oct. '18 in the Argonne Forest; interred at Novi Cemetery, Novi, MI; web site visitor thought his name was Durham

756.   

Dunigan, Luke B.

Cpl.

born ca. 1890; married; Watertown, WI; enlisted in Co. E, 5TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Watertown, WI; assigned to Co. D, 120TH MG Bn. when 32D Div. was organized; KIA 29 Aug. '18 at age 28; interred at St. Bernard's Cemetery, Watertown, WI

757.   

Dunken, Guy H.

Pvt.

father Walter Dunken, NoK, Peetz, CO (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 2 Sep. '18

758.   

Dunn, Benjamin F.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. J. Burns, Toledo, OH (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 11 (17) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

759.   

Dupius, Ezra

Pfc.

mother Mrs. Amy Dupius, NoK, Box 189, Ashland, NH (hometown); served with 308TH Trench Mort. Btry., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 23 Oct. '18

760.   

Dupras, Eugene

Pvt.

born 10 Sep. ‘99 at Coleman, WI; father Ray Dupras, NoK, 2012 E. River St., Two Rivers, WI; hometown Two Rivers or Sheboygan, WI; Pvt. in Co. C, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, Sheboygan, WI when mobilized 15 Jul. ‘17; assigned to Co. C, 127TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; spoke French, acted as interpreter for the unit; KIA 31 Jul. ‘18 by machinegun bullet near Cierges (Sergy) at age 18 (20); interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

761.   

Dupris (Dupree), Joseph L.

Pfc.

hometown Cheyenne River Agency (Ziebach Co.), SD; Native American (Sioux); SN 139349; may have been S. Dak. NG, seeing as 147TH FA Regt. was organized from 4TH S. Dak. Inf.; served with Btry. C, 147TH FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; slightly WIA 31 Aug. '18 near Valpriez Farm; KIA (DD) 2 (6) Sep. '18; possibly interred at Dupris Congregational Mission Cemetery, Dupree, SD; also memorialized, with others, on monument erected on Cheyenne River Reservation in '31

762.   

Durand, Rex D.

Cook

born 13 Oct. ‘92 at Ypsilanti, MI; son of DeLacy Augustus and Julietta J. (Downs) Durand; 317 Haag Ct., Lansing, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; Cook with Btry. C, 119TH FA Regt., when 32D Div. was organized; DD 18 Mar. ‘18 at Camp Merritt, NJ, scarlet fever, at age 25; interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Lansing, MI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

763.   

Durbin, Lonnie

Pvt.

father Hiram Durbin, NoK, Garfield, KY (hometown); served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18

764.   

Durenberger (Durnberger), Peter Oliver (C.)

Sgt.

born 3 Oct. '78 ('77) at Silver City, NV; lived at Nevada Orphan's Home '90-'95; NoK Mrs. Carrie Parks, R. F. D. 1, Okanogan, WA; NoK Mrs. G. G. (Carrie) Hamilton, aunt, Silver City, NV (hometown); enlisted in MG Co., 163D Inf., 41ST Div., Mont. NG, on 11 Apr. '17; promoted to Cpl. by the time unit was ready to sail for France; 41ST Div. designated replacement unit when it reached France; transferred to MG Co., 125TH Inf. in Aug. '18; WIA, mustard gas, ca. 27 Aug.-1 Sep. '18; returned to duty 24 Sep. '18; KIA 11 Oct. '18 by machinegun fire (head) near Gesnes; killed about same time and place as Cpl. James F. Grimes, Pfc. William Throop witnessed both deaths; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

765.   

Durka, Henry (Harry or Harold D.)

Pvt.

NoK John Pikora, half-brother, 643 (623) Frankfort St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with MG Co., 126TH Inf.; WIA 29 Aug. '18; DW 30 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

766.   

Durkee, Frank P.

Pfc.

born 10 Feb. '96 at Cambridge Junction, MI; NoK E. B. Durkee, R. F. D. 1, Onsted, MI (hometown); enlisted in Co. B, 32D Mich. Inf. (Mich. NG) at Adrian, MI; assigned to Co. B, 126TH Inf. was organized; seriously WIA 15 Oct. '18 by sniper during patrol into Bantheville Woods; he crawled back to his unit to deliver his intelligence information to his commander, Capt. Albert C. Howe; DW 18 Oct. (16 Oct.) '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Maple Shade Cemetery, Onsted, MI; namesake of Durkee-Seager Post No. 550 of American Legion at Onsted, MI; Purple Heart and WWI Victory Medal bestowed posthumously 24 Oct. '12 at Durkee-Seager Post

767.   

Dusold, Joseph John ‘Joe’ (Duseld)

Pfc.

born 10 Aug. ‘86 (‘89) at Manitowoc, WI (hometown); father August Dusold (Duseld), NoK, 1111 S. 9th St., Manitowoc, WI; formed partnership with August Stahl to operate Snow Flake Laundry, York St., Manitowoc, WI; engaged to Miss Elsie Landreth of Sheboygan, WI; enlisted in Co. H, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, Manitowoc, WI; served during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to Co. H, 127TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; Cierges, Fismes, Juvigny; KIA 2 Sep. ‘18 along the railroad tracks near Juvigny at age 32 (29), he and three comrades were killed by the same shell while digging in during enemy barrage; parents notified on 11 Oct. ‘18; listed on 19 Oct. ‘18 casualty list;  interred at Calvary Cemetery, Manitowoc, WI

768.   

Dwyer, Leo M. (E. or H.)

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Glenn Mrlin, sister, R. F. D. 8, Dayton, OH (hometown); served with Btry. E, 322D FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 23 Oct. '18; KIA by same gas shell explosion as Pfc. Russell J. Smith; both were assigned to Btry. E shortly after it was organized, both arrived at Camp Sherman with 2nd group of selectees from Montgomery Co., OH;

769.   

Dyer, John M.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Jas. Dyer, Reed City, MI (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 30 Aug. '18

770.   

Dykes, Jesse M.

Pvt.

father Jesse Dykes, NoK, 314 2nd St., Richmond, KY (hometown); served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18

771.   

Easley (Easly), Luther Burt

Cpl.

born 14 Jan. '94 at Cartter, IL (hometown); son of Robert M. and Mary L. (Burt) Easley; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 (29) Aug. '18; earned Purple Heart; interred at East Lawn Cemetery, Salem, IL; namesake of Luther B. Easley Post No. 128 of American Legion at Salem, IL

772.   

Eastlund, Ole A.

Pvt.

father Peter A. Eastlund, NoK, Dalbo, MN (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

773.   

Eastman, Richard D.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Velevia Eastman, Lawrence, MI (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 30 Aug. '18

774.   

Eaton, Frank J. (F.)

Pfc.

born ca. 1899; NoK Mrs. Annie Eaton, R. 4, Box 48, Augusta, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; Alsace, 2Marne, Soissons, Champagne; KIA 18 Oct. '18 at age 19

775.   

Eatough, Emery

Sfc.

born 5 Jul. ‘94 at Baileys Harbor, WI (hometown); son of Roger and Ella (Kilgore) Eatough, father NoK, Sturgeon Bay, WI; graduated Sturgeon Bay H. S. in ‘12, football, basketball; moved to one of the Dakotas to be a teacher, but moved back home to manage the family farm; soph. at U. of Wis. College of Agriculture ca. ‘15; enlisted in Co. F, 5TH Wis. Inf., WNG, Sturgeon Bay, WI on 4 Jun. ‘17; promoted to Sgt. in Aug. ‘17; unit departed Sturgeon Bay, WI for Camp Douglas, WI on 17 Aug. ‘17; assigned to Co. E, 128TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; SN 283840; landed in France on 1 Mar. ‘18, held at hosp. at Brest for 2 mos. for pneumonia; returned to his unit prior to Alsace; promoted to 1st Sgt. ca. 14 Aug. '18, “with an increase of pay from $44 to $61.”; severely gassed (WIA), in early Aug. ‘18 at Château-Thierry, evacuated to Base Hosp. No. 7, where he DD, pneumonia brought on by the gas, 16 Sep. ‘18 at age 24; parents received telegram on 29 Sep. ‘18 stating he had DW; listed as DD on 7 Oct. ‘18 casualty list; interred at St. Mary’s of the Lake Cemetery, Baileys Harbor, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW; brother served during WWI, Lt. William C., Signal Corps

776.   

Ebert, Raphael P.

1st Lt.

born ca. 1887; NoK Mrs. R. P. Ebert, Superior, WI (hometown); married; enlisted in Co. I, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Superior, WI; 1st Sgt. of that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; likely mobilized with that unit 15 Jul. '17; served with HQ Trp. (HQ Co.), 32D Div., QMC; DD, pneumonia, 19 Feb. (15 Feb.) '19 at age 31

777.   

Eby, Daniel A.

Cpl.

hometown Challis, ID; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; DW (DD) 21 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

778.   

Edelson, Samuel M.

Pvt.

NoK Harris Edelson, 63 Pike St., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 1 Oct. '18

779.   

Edmonson, William F.

Pvt.

NoK Maggie Edmonson, Strasburg, VA (hometown); served with Co. C, 125TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18

780.   

Edwards, George W.

Pfc.

father James Edwards, NoK, Bengal, KY (hometown); 126WwG states he was in Mich. NG, there is also a Bengal, MI, or maybe he lived in MI while his father lived in KY; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 29 (28) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

781.   

Egan, Harold Ambrose

Pvt.

born 6 Feb. ‘97 at Milwaukee, WI (hometown); son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Hannon) Egan, 116 19th St., Milwaukee, WI; enlisted in WNG 30 Mar. ‘17 at Milwaukee, WI, likely 1ST Wis. Fld. Hosp. (Wis. Fld. Hosp. Co. No. 1); assigned to 126TH Fld. Hosp., 107TH San. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, pneumonia, 25 Oct. ‘18 at age 21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

782.   

Egelhoff, Otto J.

Pvt.

born 1 Mar. ‘92 at Raymond, IL (hometown); son of William Fred and Amelia Meta (Johnson) Egelhoff, father NoK, Raymond, IL; entered service 28 Jun. ‘18; assigned to Co. L, 154TH Inf.; 39TH Div. was designated a replacement unit after it reached France; transferred to Co. F, 127TH Inf. on 22 Sep. ‘18; KIA 7 Oct. ‘18 at age 25; listed on 23 Nov. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Asbury Cemetery, Raymond, IL; brother served during WWI, Sgt. John W., Brty. E, 327TH FA Regt.

783.   

Eggert, Thomas W.

Pvt.

father Paul Eggert, NoK, 3021 N. 30th St., Omaha, NE (hometown); served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. ‘18

784.   

Egle, William.

Pvt.

NoK Christian E. Egle, brother, Palisade, NE (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

785.   

Egleston, Lewis

Pvt.

father Henry Egleston, NoK, 526 Norman St., Lansing, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; DW 10 Oct. '18

786.   

Ehlen, Fred

Pfc.

father Henry C. Ehlen, NoK, Aurora, OR (hometown); served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; DW 6 Oct. '18

787.   

Eich, Peter J.

Pvt.

father Peter Eich, NoK, Prairie Du Rocher, IL (hometown); served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; DW 9 Oct. '18

788.   

Eick, George

Pfc.

born ca. 1899; father August Eick, NoK, Oconto Falls, WI; WNG; served with Co. M, 127TH Inf.; Alsace, Fismes, Juvigny; KIA 1 Sep. '18 at age 19

789.   

Elder, William W.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Agnes Beck, Farmington, WV (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 9 (1) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

790.   

Eldridge, Rex (Rix) B.

Pvt.

NoK John E. Eldridge, Green Forest, AR (hometown); served with Co. I, 126TH Inf.; WIA 10 Oct. '18; DW 11 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

791.   

Elefson, Edwin

Sgt.

born 1899; father Eli Elefson, NoK, Shawano, WI; WNG; served with Co. F, 127TH Inf.; Ronchères, Fismes, Juvigny; MIA, presumed KIA, 1 Sep. '18 at age 19; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

792.   

Elias, Lomon (Loman) C.

Pvt.

mother Mary Elias, NoK, 1914 Sarah St., Fresno, CA (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 21 (8) Oct. '18

793.   

Elijah, Richard

Pvt.

NoK Joseph Elijah, Kinder, LA (hometown); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18

794.   

Ellenberger, Franklin

Pvt.

hometown Wilmington, OH; served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 7 Oct. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

795.   

Elliott, John C.

Pvt.

NoK Hilda Elliott, 730 6th St., S. W., Roanoke, VA (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

796.   

Ellis, Ross R.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Thomas Ellis, Allouez, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; DW 31 Aug. '18

797.   

Elmer, George

Pvt.

NoK Anna Elmer, 2829 Fletcher St., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Sup. Co., 128TH Inf.; DW 4 (5) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

798.   

Embrey, Sidney E.

Pvt.

father Andrew A. Embrey, NoK, Booneville, MO (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

799.   

Emerick, Clarence

Pvt.

served with Co. C, 120TH MG; DD 14 Sep. '18

800.   

Emfinger, James M.

Pvt.

NoK Edgar R. Emfinger, Bude, MS (hometown); hometown Meadville, MS; served with Co. I; 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

801.   

Emswiler (Enswiler or Euswiller), Herman C. (E.)

Pvt.

NoK John Z. Emswiler (Enswiler or Euswiller), R. R. 4, Tippecanoe City, OH (hometown); served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 10 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

802.   

Engelhardt, Carl (Engelhart or Englehardt)

Pvt.

born ca. 1884; father William Englehardt, NoK, 125 Park Ave., Sheboygan, WI; hometown High Cliff, WI; served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; may be related to PVT Otto Engelhardt, also Co. C; Ronchères, Fismes, Soissons; WIA 31 Aug. '18 while member of litter detail near Juvigny; DW at 1200 hours 3 Sep. '18 at Base Hosp. 41 in Paris at age 34; interred at Suresnes American Cemetery

803.   

Engle, Charles W.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. C. F. Engle, R. F. D. 5, Kalamazoo, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

804.   

English, Cyrus John

Cpl.

hometown Rudyard, MI; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; likely the namesake of Camp Cyrus J. English, a Citizens Military Training Camp at Fort Brady, MI in late '30s

805.   

Enochs, Paul S.

Pfc.

father John A. Enochs, NoK, Puyallup, WA (hometown); served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; WIA 1 Aug. '18; DW 4 Aug. '18

806.   

Epley, George P.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. George P. Epley, wife, Marlowe Ave., College Hill, Cincinnati. OH (hometown); served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 22 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

807.   

Erbe, Garret

Sgt.

NoK Ruth Erbe, wife, 1121 Clinton St., St. Louis, MO (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

808.   

Erickson, Carl M.

Pfc.

father Charles C. Erickson, NoK, Bladen, NE (hometown); served with Co. D, 125TH Inf.; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

809.   

Erickson, George

Cpl.

possibly Carl George Erickson or George Carl Erickson; father G. Erickson, NoK, 912 Holmes Ave., Menominee, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; KIA 2 (1)  Sep. '18; repatriated and re-interred at Riverside Cemetery, Menominee, MI on 9 Jul. '21

810.   

Erickson, Jens M.

Pvt.

born 26 May '89 or 23 Nov. '93 at MN; son of John and Hannah Erickson, mother NoK, Flom, MN (hometown); entered service 26 May '18 at Camp Lewis, WA; also trained at Camp Kearney; sailed for France 8 Aug. '18; assigned to Co. G, 128TH Inf.; KIA 19 Oct. '18 near Gesnes; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Flom, MN

811.   

Erickson, John V.

Cpl.

father John V. Erickson, NoK, P.O., Lacota, MI (hometown); served with Btry. E, 119TH FA; DW 14 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

812.   

Erickson, Olaf (Olaff) F.

Pvt.

NoK Irene Vosoba, sister, 3119 N. 20th St., Tacoma, WA (hometown); served with Co. A, 126TH Inf.; DW 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

813.   

Ericson (Erickson), John

Cpl.

hometown Lacota, MI; served with 126TH Inf.; DW 16 Sep. '18; interred at Suresnes American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW; might be same man as Pfc. John Alfred Ericson (Co. G, 126TH Inf., Waterbury, CT), and Pvt. John A. Ericson (Co. C, 128TH Inf., Hancock, MI), but haven't found enough information to know for sure

814.   

Ericson (Erickson), John A.

Pfc.

hometown Hancock, MI; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; might be same man as Cpl. John Ericson (126TH Inf., Lacota, MI) and Pfc. John Alfred Ericson (Co. G, 126TH Inf., Waterbury, CT), but haven't found enough information to know for sure

815.   

Ericson (Erickson), John Alfred

Pvt.

hometown Waterbury, CT; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; DW 28 Aug. '18; not listed in 32D Div. in WW; might be same man as Cpl. John Ericson (126TH Inf., Lacota, MI) and Pvt. John A. Ericson (Co. C, 128TH Inf., Hancock, MI), but haven't found enough information to know for sure

816.   

Erskine, Lester Dewey

Pvt.

born 12 Jun. '98 at Jacksonport, WI; son of Lincoln and Caroline (Strable) Erskine; hometown Jacksonport, WI; graduated Sturgeon Bay H. S.; served with HQ Btry., 121ST FA Regt.; DD, meningitis, 30 Apr. '18 at age 19 (findagrave.com listing states he was KIA); brother Fred A. also served; interred at Arlington National Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

 

 

 

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