The 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Veteran Association

Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: http://www.32nd-division.org/32ndww2.JPG

World War I

Roll of Honor for the

32D ‘Red Arrow’ Division

Surnames Ma through Mo

Title: flag-thin

 

 

Name

Rank

Narrative

1727.                        

Maas, Peter J.

Pfc.

born ca. 1897; hometown Madison, WI; enlisted in Co. G, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Madison, WI on 17 Jun. '17; assigned to Co. G when 127TH Inf. was organized; Alsace, Grimpettes; KIA 30 Jul. '18 at age 21 while charging a German machine gun nest; the 3rd Madisonian killed during the war;

1728.                        

Maaske, Reuben R.

Pvt.

born ca. '94; hometown Beaver Dam, WI; enlisted in Co. K, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Beaver Dam between 15 Jul. and 6 Aug. '17; assigned to Co. D or Co. M when 127TH Inf. was organized; DD, pneumonia, 15 Jan. '18 in U.S. at age 24; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1729.                        

MacGregor, Robert

Cpl.

NoK George Mayleer, friend, Co. I (L), 3D Oreg. Inf., Oreg. NG; hometown Portland, OR; served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; DW 30 Nov. '18; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery

1730.                        

Machen, Raymond O. (Machon)

Pfc.

born ca. 1887; mother Mrs. Alice Machen, NoK, 89 Wisconsin St., Oshkosh, WI; hometown Two Rivers, WI; served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; Sergy; KIA 5 Jul. (5 Aug.) '18 at age 31; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1731.                        

Macheski, William John (Macheska)

1st Lt.

born ca. ‘88 at VA; married Evelyn McElroy ca. ‘10, father of Eve; wife NoK, 177 Woodruff Ave., Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY (hometown); worked as salesman for American Can Co. or American Co.; member of the Plaza and Lambs’ Clubs; he was in France when the war broke out in ‘14; enlisted in NYNG; Pvt. at Military Training Camp (Infantry), Plattsburg, NY, 12 Jul.-8 Aug. ‘16; completed Officers’ Training Camp at Plattsburg, NY on 14 Aug. ‘17; when he departed for France he said, “I know of no better way to die than to give my life for my country. If I should fall, do not make any attempt to recover my body. Let me be buried in the soil that I fought on for world democracy.”; served with Co. B or Co. D, 128TH Inf.; WIA and gassed on 11 Aug. ‘18; he saw a single flower blooming on the otherwise barren battlefield, he bent over to pick it and fell wounded, he mailed the flower to his daughter; listed on 21 Oct. ‘18 casualty list; KIA 15 Oct. ‘18 at age 30; some references state it was his 1st day of combat after discharge from hosp., other references state he rapidly recovered from his 11 Aug. wounds, others state it was several weeks; listed on 6 Dec. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; related to Polish royalty, owned or had claim to an estate in Poland, if he had survived the war he would have become a Polish Count when Poland's sovereignty was restored;

1732.                        

Machurski, Simon E.

Pvt.

born ca. 1897; hometown Milwaukee, WI; WNG; served with 127TH Inf.; Alsace, Sergy; KIA 1 Aug. '18 at age 21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1733.                        

Maciejewski (Maciejiewski), Chester M.

Pvt.

born ca. 1891; NoK Mrs. Nick Maciejewski, 624 Broadway, Berlin, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG, likely Co. G, 5TH Wis. Inf. at Berlin, WI; served with 121ST MG Bn.; overseas; DD, leukemia, 24 Apr. '18 at age 27; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; almost certainly brother of Pfc. Joseph E., who was also WNG and KIA 2 Jul. '18 with Co C., 128TH Inf.; 1 of several sets of brothers who were WNG and died with 32D Div.; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1734.                        

Maciejewski (Maciejiewski), Joseph E.

Pfc.

born ca. 1893; NoK Mrs. Josephine Maciejewski, 624 Broadway, Berlin, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG, likely Co. G, 5TH Wis. Inf. at Berlin, WI; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 2 Jul. '18 at age 25; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; almost certainly brother of Pvt. Chester M., who was also WNG and DD 24 Apr. '18 with 121ST MG Bn.; 1 of several sets of brothers who were WNG and died with 32D Div.;

1735.                        

MacKay, William R. (McKay)

1st Lt.

born 18 Aug. '83 at Albuquerque, NM; NoK Mrs. John C. Mackay, 2446 10th Ave. N., Seattle, WA (hometown); enlisted in Wash. NG at Seattle, WA; served during Mexican Border Crisis; he was Regt. Sgt. Maj. of 2D Wash. Inf. when mobilized for WWI; likely assigned to 161ST Inf. when 41ST Div. was organized; commissioned 2d Lt. at some point; transferred to 127TH Inf.; DW 18 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; the Wash. and Oreg. NG's annual encampment at American Lake, WA (now part of Ft. Lewis) in '21 was named Camp William R. MacKay in his honor

1736.                        

Mackinder, Joseph

Pfc.

born 26 Feb. '83 at Unadilla, MI; son of James Otis and Sarah Martha (Franks) Mackinder; hometown Highland Park, MI; enlisted in Co. I, 31ST Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, at Detroit, MI on 1 Jun. '17; assigned to 126TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; overseas 16 Feb. '18; transferred Co. I, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 (10) Sep. '18 during St. Mihiel drive; interred at Sprout Cemetery, Pinckney, MI

1737.                        

MacLachlan, Ira D. (McLachlan)

Maj.

born 28 Jul. ‘87 at Sault Ste. Marie, MI (hometown); son of Joseph and Margaret (Munn) MacLachlan; NoK Mrs. Helen (Sharpe) McLachlan, wife, 313 Spruce St., Sault Ste. Marie, MI, father of Jean S.; graduated Sault Ste. Marie H. S. in ‘06; graduated Mich. Agricultural College in ‘10, colonel of ROTC student cadets; by ‘16 he was civil engineer at U.S. Engineer Office, Sault Ste. Marie and resided at 534 Bingham Ave.; he helped construct the 4th lock at St. Mary’s Falls Canal; joined Mich. NG in ‘14; promoted Capt. in May ‘16; served during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned cdr. of MG Co., 125TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; cited in Div. orders for gallantry in action in Jun. ‘18 at Alsace, “Captain Ira D. MacLachlan, commanding machine gun company, 125th Infantry, had personal supervision over the preparation and execution of the part the machine guns played in the section. He was out among his guns during the several hours of the action, and since then has nightly bombarded the breach in the enemy wire, compelling him to pay a proper price for the repairs he needs. He took part in every conference preparatory for the ‘raid’ and by his counsel and co-operation encouraged the feeling of success on the part of the officers and men from the infantry making the attack proper. Simple justice requires at least this mention.” not sure which decoration he may have received, if any, likely Div. Citation or Silver Star Citation; succeeded by 1st Lt. Herman Crites as cdr. of MG Co; assumed cmd. of 3D Bn., 125TH Inf. after Maj. Augustus H. Gannser was WIA 30 Jul. ‘18; assumed cmd. of 2D Bn., 125TH Inf. after Maj. Guy M. Wilson was WIA 29 Aug. ‘18; promoted Maj.; WIA in Oct. ‘18, gunshots to kidneys; DW 31 Oct. ‘18; interred at Pine Grove Cemetery, Sault Sainte Marie, MI; namesake of Ira D. MacLachlan Post No. 3 of American Legion at Sault Ste. Marie; the Citizens Military Training Camp, conducted 5 Jul.-5 Aug. ‘38 at Ft. Brady, was named in his honor

1738.                        

MacMillen, Ralph F.

Cpl.

mother Mrs. Mary G. MacMillen, NoK, 119 Fuller Ave. SE Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; DD 14 (19) Jun. '18

1739.                        

Maddox, Joe Glenn

2d Lt.

born ‘97 at Monroe, GA; son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Maddox, 129 GA. Ave., Barnesville (Baisville), GA; hometown Pike, GA; graduated Gordon Institute; entered service at Camp Gordon, GA on 5 Jan. ‘18; completed officers’ training school and commissioned 2d Lt. in Apr. ‘18; assigned to 327TH Inf., 82D Div.; sailed for France on 25 Apr. ‘18; transferred to Co. I, 125TH Inf.; KIA 29 Aug. ‘18 at age 21, machinegun bullet; parents notified ca. 1 Dec. ‘18, through govt. insurance office; listed on 15 Dec. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Ramah Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Barnesville, GA

1740.                        

Madera, Arthur F.

Pvt.

hometown in SD; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; DW 7 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1741.                        

Madsen (Madson), Peter Andrew (Andrew Peter)

Pvt.

born 21 Apr. '96; mother Mrs. Anna L. Madson, NoK, Iron River, WI (hometown); served with Co. B, 107TH MP; Fortiers; DW 31 Aug. '18 at age 22; interred at Iron River City Cemetery, Iron River, WI

1742.                        

Mainard, Lawrence

Pvt.

mother Nancy Mainard, NoK, 523 4th St., Great Falls, MT (hometown); served with Co. M, 127TH Inf.; DW 16 Aug. '18

1743.                        

Mainville, Lewis J.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Lena M. Dove, sister, 324 Avery Ave., Alpena, MI (hometown); served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1744.                        

Maiorana, Marius

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Josephine Ajosta, 260 Antontom St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; DW 1 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1745.                        

Mairsky, Peter

Pvt.

NoK Oleck Maersky, Box 39, Butler, PA (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

1746.                        

Malinowski, Nikodym

Pvt.

born ca. 1893; NoK Albert Malinowski, brother, 691 55th St., West Allis, WI; hometown Milwaukee, WI; WNG; served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; Gardelles, Fismes; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 25

1747.                        

Malinowski, Szczepan (Sczepan)

Pvt.

born ca. 1897; NoK Stanley Cieplawski, 1043 12th St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); WNG; served with 128TH Inf.; KIA (ACC) 3 Aug. '18 at age 23; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1748.                        

Malinski, John

Pfc.

born 1888 at Poland (nativity); mother Mrs. Mary Malinski; NoK Frank Grajak, 992 Greenbush St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG in Aug. '17; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; 2Marne, Juvigny; KIA 1 Sep. '18 at age 31; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1749.                        

Malloy, Frederick Fagg

1st Lt.

born 16 Oct. '93; son of Theodore Frederic and Minnie (Ella) (Fagg) Malloy, mother NoK, Ashville, NC (hometown); commissioned 2d Lt., cav., in ORC at Officers Reserve Training Camp at Ft. Oglethorpe, GA, ca. 20 Aug. '17; served with HQ Trp., 32D Div.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, and the Argonne; awarded Div. Citation and Croix de Guerre; DD 18 (22) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, NC

1750.                        

Malone, Mark C.

Cpl.

born 21 Aug. '93; hometown Waukesha, WI; enlisted in WNG in Jul. '17, likely Co. L, 4TH Wis. Inf. at Waukesha, WI; assigned to Co. E, Horsed Bn., 107TH Ammo Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; he was teammate of Pvt. Byron McCarthy on a wagon when the latter was WIA 2 Sep. '18; DD, pneumonia, 28 Mar. '19 at age 25; interred at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Waukesha, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1751.                        

Manecke, Erwin R.

Pfc.

born 1896; son of August E. and Minnie Manecke, 506 State St., Merrill, WI; hometown West Allis, WI; enlisted in WNG 11 Aug. '17; served with Co. D, 120TH MG Bn.; Foret de Fere, Fismes, 2Marne, Juvigny; KIA 9 (12) Oct. '18 at age 21; interred at Merrill Memorial Park, Merrill, WI

1752.                        

Mangan, Edward (Edmund) J.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. James Daly, sister, Onaway, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; DW 29 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1753.                        

Mangold, Louis A. (Margold)

Cpl.

born 29 (27) Sep. '91 at Sherry, WI; son of L. J. and Anna (Blinker) Mangold (Margold), mother NoK, 1002 Cedar St. (338 15th St.), Milwaukee, WI; family moved to Marshfield in 1895, then to Milwaukee in 1908; he lived and worked in numerous cities, including: back to Marshfield, Minneapolis, Wittenberg, Lake Geneva, Marathon, Jefferson, and Shawano (hometown), where he worked for Upham-Russell Co.; enlisted in Co. F, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Shawano; assigned to Co. F when 127TH Inf. was organized, some references list unit as 128TH Inf.; Château-Thierry, Alsace sector; MIA, presumed KIA, 4 Aug. '18 at Fismes at age 26; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

1754.                        

Manocke, Dominicke (Dominick, Dommicke) (Menocke, Monocke, Monocka)

Pfc.

born 2 Feb. '99; NoK Mrs. Julia Manocke (Menocke, Monocke, Monocka), R. F. D. 1, Coldwater, MI (hometown); enlisted in Co. A, 32D Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, at Coldwater, MI; assigned to Co. A when 126TH Inf. was organized; WIA 1 Aug. '18 near the Ourcq River, he was dragged to safety through a hail of machinegun bullets by his buddy, Cpl. Clare M. Barnes; DW (KIA, ACC) 15 Aug. (5, 7 Aug.) '18 at age 19; 24 Sep. '18 casualty report lists him as “wounded severely”; 3 Apr. '19 casualty report lists him as “died of accident or other causes”; 16 Jun. '19 casualty report lists him as “died of wounds, previously listed died”; interred at Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, MI; his brother Cpl. Tony P., same company and also Mich. NG, was KIA 14 Oct. '18; 1 of several sets of brothers who were Mich. NG and died with 32D Div.

1755.                        

Manocke, Tony Peter (Menocke, Monocke, Monocka)

Cpl.

born 17 Nov. '96; NoK Mrs. Julia Manocke (Menocke, Monocke, Monocka), R. F. D. 1, Coldwater, MI (hometown); enlisted in Co. A, 32D Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, at Coldwater, MI; assigned to Co. A when 126TH Inf. was organized; during the fighting along the Ourcq River, 29 Jul.-5 Aug., he fell into a shell hole during an attack and captured a German capt. med. officer, not sure if he really was a med. officer, Tony forced him to help him provide first aid for several of Tony's nearby wounded comrades, the German capt. supposedly had a brother serving in the 126TH Inf., unfortunately his name was not included in the newspaper article; cited for bravery for his actions 30 Aug. '18, not sure which decoration he may have received, if any; KIA 14 Oct. '18; mother was notified ca. 12 Dec. '18; interred at Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, MI; his brother Pfc. Dominicke, same company and also Mich. NG, DW 15 Aug. '18; 1 of several sets of brothers who were Mich. NG and died with 32D Div.;

1756.                        

Manriquez, William

Pvt.

orphaned at age 6, he was taken in by Trinidad Burruel (Burrul), NoK, Whittier, CA (hometown), who raised him as his own until he entered service and to whom he referred to as 'dad' in his letters home; some references list him as brother-in-law, not sure if that is accurate; served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; KIA, date unknown; death was reported on 10 Oct. '18 casualty reports; after his death, the $10,000 war risk insurance policy he purchased was contested by his aunt and the man who raised him

1757.                        

Mansfield, Henry R.

Pvt.

NoK H. A. Mansfield, Greenville (Greensville), TX (hometown); served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 (7) Nov. ‘18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1758.                        

Manship, Russel (Russell)

Pvt.

born 7 Mar. ‘97 at Fishers, IN (hometown); son of Flora Manship; entered service at Noblesville, IN on 25 May ‘18; trained at Camp Taylor, KY; assigned to 32D Co., 8TH Training Bn., 159TH Dep. Bde.; transfered to Co. D, 163D Inf., 41ST Div.; overseas in Aug. ‘18; 41ST Div. was designated a replacement unit when it reached France; transferred to Co. M, 126TH Inf.; WIA 10 Oct. ‘18; DW 18 Oct. ‘18; interred at Highland Cemetery, Fishers, IN; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1759.                        

Manska (Manske), Harry W.

Pvt.

born ca. 1891; father Albert Manska, NoK, Elroy, WI (hometown); served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; 2Marne, Juvigny; KIA 31 Aug. ‘18 at age 27

1760.                        

Manson, Harvey D.

Cpl.

born 5 Apr. '96 at Fitchburg, WI; mother Margaret Priest (Mrs. Margaret (Graf) Manson), NoK, 1013 Center Ave., Madison, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. G, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Madison, WI; was Pvt. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to Co. G when 127TH Inf. was organized; Château-Thierry, Juvigny, Fismes; KIA 1 Sep. '18 at age 22; repatriated and re-interred at Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, WI, on 2 Jan. '21, the same day as Sgt. Howard G. Oakey, from same unit

1761.                        

Manzella, Michael

Pfc.

NoK Guiseppe Manzella, Trappetto, Palermo, Italy (nativity) (hometown); served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18

1762.                        

Mapes, Ray D.

Pvt.

son James Edward and Elnora Adelaid (Reynolds) Mapes, mother NoK, Wolbach (Sutherland, Walton), NE (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. (8 Dec.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; likely the namesake of the Ray Mapes Post No. 236 of American Legion at Wolbach, NE

1763.                        

Marco, Deloir A.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Celia Marco, NoK, 8 Sunset Ave., Little Falls, NY (hometown); member of International Typographical Union, 386; served with Co. A, 126TH Inf.; DW 1 Aug. '18; Sunset Ave. was renamed Marco Terrace in his honor ca. 9 May '22; suspect he might be same man as Pvt. Marcol Jelbrer

1764.                        

Markel, George

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Elizabeth Markel, NoK, R. F. D. 2, Gagetown, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; DW 1 Sep. '18

1765.                        

Markely, Frank

Pvt.

father Moses Markely, NoK, Columbia Furnace, VA; hometown Woodstock, VA; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1766.                        

Markowski, John

Pfc.

born ca. 1896; NoK Mrs. J. O. Olenski, sister, 201 S. 58th St., Superior, WI (hometown); served with Co. C, 121ST MG Bn.; Alsace, 2Marne, Soissons, Juvigny; KIA 31 Aug. '18 at age 22; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1767.                        

Markowski, Lee

Pvt.

NoK Verna Rogalski, 1274 Chene St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; KIA 31 Aug. '18

1768.                        

Marks, Arthur A.

Pfc.

NoK Will F. Marks, R. F. D. 2, Palmyra, MI; hometown Adrian, MI; Mich. NG; served with Co. B, 126TH Inf.; WIA 31 Jul. '18; KIA 4 Oct. '18

1769.                        

Marks, Rex V.

Sgt.

mother Mrs. Rose Marks, NoK, Fennville, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. M, 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 (1) Aug. '18

1770.                        

Marler, Edd (Ed, E. D.)

Pvt.

born 1 May ‘96 at Mill Spring, MO; son of William and Catherine (Stubbs) Marler, father NoK, Leeper, MO; resided at Fremont, MO, when he entered service at Van Buren, MO, on 25 Jun. ‘18; SN 3267963; assigned to 34TH Co., 9TH Tng. Bn., 162D Dep. Bde.; transferred to Co. M, 3D Tng. Regt., Repl. TR Camp Pike on 1 Aug. ‘18; transferred to 13TH Co., Aug. Automatic Repl. Draft on 15 Aug. ‘18; overseas 24 Aug. ‘18; transferred to Co. H, 161ST Inf.; transferred to Co. M, 6TH Inf., 5TH Div., on 23 Sep. ‘18; DW (DD) 15 Oct. ‘18 at age 22; listed as DW on 28 Nov. ‘18 casualty list; D. G. Malloy, Fremont, MO, received telegram on 28 Nov. ‘18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; brother served during WWI, Elton; not sure why he is listed in 32D Div. in WW, but, given that the two divisions fought next to each other during part of the Meuse-Argonne, it is possible that he died in a 32D Div. fld. hosp. and they listed him in their casualty reports to record the approximate time and location of his battlefield death and interment

1771.                        

Marlin, Jesse

Cpl.

born Roanoke, VA; mother Mrs. R. P. Marlin; NoK L. C. Hall (S. G. Pall), friend, Genl. Del., Billings, MT (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; earned DSC for his actions on 31 Aug. '18 near Juvigny, Pfc. Helmuth B. DeWitz was with him and also earned the DSC; WIA 31 Aug. '18; DW (KIA) 5 Oct. '18

1772.                        

Marquardt, Albert R.

Sgt.

born ca. 1882; NoK Mrs. Louis Marquardt, R. F. D. 4, Baraboo, WI; hometown Madison, WI; served with Co. G, 127TH Inf.; Fismes; KIA 3 (5) Aug. '18 near St. Gilles at age 36; repatriated and re-interred at Walnut Hill Cemetery (Baraboo Cemetery), Baraboo, WI on 12 Jun. '21

1773.                        

Marsh, Berteen (Beteen)

Cpl.

born 4 Apr. '01 at Leach Corners, WI; NoK Mrs. Charles H. Cady (Cody), grandmother, Redgranite, WI (hometown); raised by his grandmother after his mother passed away when he was a baby; enlisted in Co. M, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Kenosha, WI at age 16, lied about his age (not sure if he knew someone in Kenosha or if he traveled far from home to enlist where no one would know he was underage); promoted Cpl. before unit departed for Camp Douglas; assigned to Co. F, 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; reported MIA at some point in France; KIA 10 Nov. '18 at age 17, official documents would list him age 19, seeing he claimed he was 18 when he enlisted; grandmother received telegram 16 Jan. '19; interred at Arlington National Cemetery (unfortunately his regiment is misprinted 188TH Inf. on his monument, if that unit was organized during WWI, it did not make it to France before the Armistice)

1774.                        

Marshall, Peter

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Sarah Sagler, aunt, R. F. D. 2, Dedham, IA (hometown); served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; KIA 16 Oct. '18

1775.                        

Marthaler, Otis C. (Martharler)

Pvt.

born 10 Jul. '92; mother Mrs. E. Marthaler, NoK, 143 Vermont St., Beaver Dam, WI (hometown); member of Co. K, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Beaver Dam when it mobilized 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. M when 127TH Inf. was organized; Fismes, Alsace; DW 12 Aug. '18 at age 26; interred at Oakwood Cemetery, Beaver Dam, WI

1776.                        

Martin, Daniel J.

Maj.

born ca. 1875 at WI; married Hattie E., father of 6; worked at Waukesha Post Office and resided at 222 Carroll St., Waukesha, WI in '99; later resided at R. F. D. 9, Box A1, Waukesha, WI (hometown); 2d Lt. in Co. A, 4TH Wis. Inf., Waukesha Guards, during Spanish-American War; Capt. and cdr. of Co. L, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Waukesha, WI when mobilized 15 Jul. '17; served with 128TH Inf.; earned Croix de Guerre for his actions ca. 2 Aug. '18, "He took personal command of his unit and displayed magnificent bravery . . . during the engagement which resulted in the occupation of Dravegny . . . The success was due to his initiative and his personal energy."; WIA, gassed, 1 Sep. '18 during capture of a hill near Juvigny; earned DSC for his actions 1 Sep. '18 near Juvigny; seriously WIA 10 Nov. '18, bullet or shrapnel wound to spine; a 1st Sgt. Peterson, from Milwaukee and same bn., helped carry him to the aid station, medics told him Martin would likely survive; DW 13 Nov. '18; unit was not informed of death or burial; his promotion to Maj. had been processed, but had not been presented to him before he died; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; namesake of Daniel J. Martin Post No. 8 of American Legion at Waukesha, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW as a casualty but his DSC is listed

1777.                        

Martin, Carl

Pvt.

NoK John Martin, Elliston, OH (hometown); served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18

1778.                        

Martin, Claude B.

Pvt.

born 1895; hometown Williamstown, OH; served with Co. D, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Aug. '18; interred at Williamstown Cemetery, Arlington, OH

1779.                        

Martin, John W.

Pfc.

NoK W. J. Martin, uncle, St. George St., East End, East Liverpool, OH (hometown); entered service 8 Jun. '17 at MI; served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; sailed for France Mar. '18; may have attained rank of Sgt.; KIA 4 Aug. '18; uncle received telegram 24 Aug. '18; interred at Spring Grove Cemetery, East Liverpool, OH

1780.                        

Martin, Joseph

Pvt.

NoK Miss Bonnie Martin, sister, Coal Creek, TN (hometown); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18

1781.                        

Martin, Luce C.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Hattie Martin, NoK, 1755 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh, PA (hometown); served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1782.                        

Martinson, Fred

Pvt.

born 15 Sep. '95 at Tomahawk, WI (hometown); son of Christian and Christine Martinson; enlisted in MG Co., 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Tomahawk in '17; assigned to Co. A when 119TH MG Bn. was organized; Alsace, 2Marne, Juvigny; KIA (DOW) 29 Aug. '18 by MG bullet near Juvigny at age 22; his long-time friend, Henry E. Bronsted, served in same unit and was KIA 31 Aug.; he and Bronsted were repatriated 1 Jan. '21 and honored with a joint funeral (they were 1st Tomahawk Soldiers killed); not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1783.                        

Marvin, Melvin Leonard

Pvt.

born '98; NoK Mrs. Ida Marvin, Sioux Falls, SD (hometown); served with Btry. D, 147TH FA; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 22; interred at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sioux Falls, SD

1784.                        

Mason, Chester M.

Pvt.

father James L. Mason, NoK, Whitmore, AR (hometown); served with HQ Co., 128TH Inf.; DW 18 Oct. '18

1785.                        

Mason, Murray (Murry)

Pfc.

born ca. 1899; mother Mrs. Ella Mason, NoK, Blanchardville, WI (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 30 Jul. '18 near Cierges at age 19

1786.                        

Matchkiewicz, Stanley

Pvt.

NoK Joe Matchkiewicz, brother, 343 E. Grant St., Nanticoke, PA (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 11 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1787.                        

Matenazyk, John

Pvt.

NoK George Sabloski, cousin, 3225 Fisk St., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with 128TH Inf.; KIA 5 Aug. '18

1788.                        

Mather, Harry

Pvt.

father John Mather, NoK, R. F. D. 2, Box 15, Shakopee, MN (hometown); served with Co. D, 126TH Inf.; DW (KIA) 16 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1789.                        

Mathews, Berton (Burton) J. (Jay)

Pfc.

NoK John Mathews, R. F. D. 3, Caro, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1790.                        

Mathiot, Cyrus

Pvt.

born ca. ‘01; NoK Mrs. Elizabeth Mathiot, 249 S. 5th St., Columbia, PA (hometown); enlisted in Penn. NG on 18 Jun. ‘17 at age 16; SN 1240176; served with Co. D, 110TH Inf., 28TH Div.; may have been WIA 30 Jul. ‘18 by shell fire; KIA (DW, ACC) 31 Jul. ‘18 at age 17; mother was notified on 28 Aug. ‘18 that he had been seriously WIA; she was notified on 26 Mar. ‘19 that he was dead, cause not specified; listed as “died from accident and other causes” on 3 Apr. ‘19 casualty report; listed as “KIA, previously reported died” on 13 Jun. ‘19 casualty report; interred at Arlington National Cemetery; not sure why he is listed in 32D Div. in WW, but, given that the 28TH Div. was relieved by the 32D Div. the night of 30 Jul., it is possible that they found him and listed him in their casualty reports to record the approximate time and location of his battlefield death and interment

1791.                        

Mathison, Melvin

Pfc.

born ca. 1899; son of Peter and Caroline (Eikaas) Mathison, Wittenberg, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. A, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Neillsville, WI; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; DD, diphtheria, 31 Mar. '18 at age 19, shortly after landing overseas;

1792.                        

Mathison, Peter J.

Cpl.

born '95; hometown Stoughton, WI; enlisted in Co. K, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Stoughton, WI; assigned to 121ST FA when 32D Div. was organized; DD, enterocolitis, 20 Oct. '17 at age 22; interred at Riverside Cemetery, Stoughton, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1793.                        

Mattern, Henry

2d Lt.

NoK Mrs. Mary Mattern, 198 Easten Ave., New Brunswick, NJ (hometown); entered service from PA; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; KIA 16 (29) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1794.                        

Mauger, Harry Banks (G.)

2d Lt.

born 26 May '96 at Philadelphia, PA (hometown); NoK Mrs. Ida B. Mauger, 5800 Rising Sun Ave., Philadelphia, PA; enlisted Aug. '17, possibly Penn. NG; trained at Camp Hancock, GA; assigned to Co. H, 109TH Inf., when 28TH Div. was organized; sailed for France 2 May '18, Cpl. at the time; assigned as interpreter for his CO and attached French capt.; fought at 2Marne; cited for bravery at Conde woods, not sure which decoration he may have received, if any; sent to Officers Training School at Langres on 28 Jul. '18; commissioned 2d Lt. 29 Sep. '18; assigned to Co. A, 127TH Inf.; KIA 18 (15) Oct. '18 by machinegun and shell fire while leading his company in attack on Hill 286; initially MIA but was later recovered and interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1795.                        

Mayer, John

Pvt.

father John M. Mayer, NoK, Gackle, ND (hometown); served with 128TH Inf. Regt., Co. A; KIA 10 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1796.                        

Maynard, Merton (Mertaon) C.

Pfc.

born 7 Nov. '97; father John Maynard, NoK, Lodi, WI (hometown); member of Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI, when it was mobilized; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; 2Marne; KIA 1 Aug. '18 at age 20; interred at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Lodi, WI

1797.                        

Mayou, Jerry

Pfc.

born ca. 1889; son of Mrs. Anna Mayou, widowed, Marinette, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. I, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG at Marinette, WI; assigned to Co. I when 127TH Inf. was organized; Laon, Dravegny; DD, pneumonia, 12 Dec. '18 in Germany at age 29; repatriated 15 Oct. '20 and re-interred at Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette, WI on 16 Oct. '20; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1798.                        

McArthur, Charles R.

Cpl.

father A. F. McArthur, NoK, Hancock, MN; served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 4 Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

1799.                        

McCabe, Edward

Pvt.

born 7 Aug. '94 at White, OK; NoK William McCabem, Lenna, OK (hometown); served with Co. I, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1800.                        

McCadam, Joseph John ‘Joe’ (McCadum)

Pfc.

born 28 Mar. ‘87 at MO; son of Daniel and Mary J. (Steed) McCadam, mother NoK, Spokane, WA (hometown); member of Spokane Local No. 14, Bridge and Structural Iron Workers union; member of Knights of Columbus, Spokane Council No. 683; SN 2292816; served with Co. L, 361ST Inf., 91ST Div.; WIA 9 Oct. ‘18 by machinegun bullet on Hill 255 near Épinonville; DW 11 Oct. ‘18 at age 31; interred at Riverside Memorial Park, Spokane, WA; family received letter of condolence from his cdr., Capt. James C. Fortune; mother was active in Legion Auxiliary, the Service Star Legion, and president of Spokane chapter of Gold Star Mothers; not sure why he is listed in 32D Div. in WW, but, given that the 91ST Div. was relieved by the 32D Div. near Cierges on 3 Oct., it is possible that he died in 1 of their fld. hosps. and they listed him in their casualty reports to record the approximate time and location of his battlefield death and interment

1801.                        

McCann, Frank A.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Ella McCann, NoK, Jacksonville, OH (hometown); served with Co. A, 120TH MG Bn.; DW 29 Oct. '18

1802.                        

McCann, Fred

Pfc.

born 11 Jan. '92; father James McCann, NoK, Shullsburg, WI (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf. (may have enlisted in Co. H, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Monroe, WI); KIA 31 Jul. '18 near Cierges at age 26 (25); his younger brother George served in same company and was KIA 5 days later; interred with his brother at Evergreen Cemetery, Shullsburg, WI; 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div., and possibly were WNG

1803.                        

McCann, George

Cpl.

born 23 Sep. '96; father James McCann, NoK, Shullsburg, WI (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf. (may have enlisted in Co. H, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Monroe, WI); KIA 5 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 21; his older brother Fred served in same company and was KIA 5 days earlier; interred with his brother at Evergreen Cemetery, Shullsburg, WI; 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div., and possibly were WNG

1804.                        

McCarter, Jesse V.

Pvt.

born 1 Jun. '95 at Town of Haddon, Sullivan Co., IN; son of John and Belle (Workman) McCarter, Carlisle, IN (hometown); farmer; entered service at Sullivan, IN on 26 May '18; trained at Camp Taylor, KY; assigned to 5TH Co., 2D Tng. Bn., 159TH Depot Bde.; overseas 6 Aug. '18; assigned to Co. G, 125TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. (5 Oct.) '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1805.                        

McCarthy, Bryon (Byran)

Pvt.

born ca. 1897; father Edward (Edwin) McCarthy, NoK, 302 E. Main St., Waukesha, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. L, 4TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Waukesha, WI; assigned to Co. E when 107TH Ammo Tr. was organized; WIA ca. 18 (2) Sep. '18, shrapnel to arm or shoulder, the exploding shell killed the horse he was riding, killed the horse next to him, and injured the horse in front of him in the wagon team; family learned of his injuries ca. 26 Sep. '18 through families of other Soldiers in the unit, not through official notification; listed WIA on 5 Nov. '18 casualty list; may have been transferred to 206TH MP Co., 103D MP Bn. at some point after he got out of the hospital; DD, pneumonia, 18 Jan. '19 at age 21; listed as ACC on 23 Apr. '19 casualty report; listed as “died of wounds, previously reported as died” on 20 May '19 casualty report; listed as “died of disease, previously reported as died” on 2 Jun. '19 casualty report; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; brother Pvt. Edward M. served with 128TH Inf. and DD 21 Sep. '18; 1 of several sets of brothers who were WNG and died with 32D Div.; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1806.                        

McCarthy, Edward Maxwell 'Max'

Pvt.

born 28 Sep. '94 at Waukesha Co., WI; father Edward (Edwin) McCarthy, NoK, 302 E. Main St., Waukesha, WI (hometown); also had ties to Janesville, WI; member of St. Joseph's parish in Waukesha, he was 1 of 46 service stars on the church's service flag when it was installed 18 Mar. '18; likely enlisted in WNG, like his younger brother did; served with 128TH Inf.; some references list rank as Sgt.; WIA 18 Sep. '18; DD, pneumonia, 3 days later on 21 Sep. '18 at Base Hospital No. 15 at age 23; family notified 21 Oct. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; family received letter of condolence from K. of C. Chaplain P. T. Monaghan; brother Pvt. Byron served with Co. E, 107TH Ammo Tr., was WIA 2 Sep. '18, and also DD 18 Jan. '19; 1 of several sets of brothers who were WNG and died with 32D Div.; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1807.                        

McCarthy, Joseph Danie

Pvt.

mother Margaret E. McCarthy, NoK, 2 Howard Place, Dorchester, MA (hometown); served with Btry. C, 119TH FA Regt.; KIA 23 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1808.                        

McCarthy, Thornton

Pfc.

father Charles McCarthy, NoK, Webberville, MI (hometown); served with Btry. B, 119TH FA Regt.; KIA 12 Aug. '18

1809.                        

McCloskey, Douglas K.

Pvt.

NoK Flora E. McCloskey, Carson City, MI (hometown); served with MG Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

1810.                        

McClurg, John H.

Pfc.

mother Mrs. E. J. Mears, NoK, Inkom, ID (hometown); entered service from OR; SN 139292; served with Btry. B, 147TH FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 30 Sep. '18 by counterbattery fire near Nantillois; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1811.                        

McCormack, George R.

Cpl.

mother Lilly McCormack, NoK, 5726 Magnolia Ave., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Co. L, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1812.                        

McCormick, Charles William (William Charles)

Cpl.

born ca. 1897; son of Frank and Esther McCormick, mother NoK, Soldiers Grove, WI (hometown); attended La Crosse State Normal School; WNG; served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; 163D Inf. (not sure what this reference is for, it is unlikely he would have been transferred to the 163D Inf. because the 41ST Div. was designated a replacement unit when it reached France and many of its Soldiers were transferred to the 32D Div.); KIA (DW) 4 Sep. '18 at age 21; interred at Gays Mills Cemetery, Gays Mills, WI

1813.                        

McCormick, Everett

Sgt.

NoK Mrs. A. J. McCormick, sister, Cooks, MI (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; DW 9 Oct. '18

1814.                        

McCoy, Marion

Pfc.

born 6 Oct. '98; mother Mrs. Earl Harris, NoK, Box 374, Ravenna, NE (hometown); served with Co. A, 120TH MG Bn.; ACC 16 Jul. '18; interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Hot Springs, SD

1815.                        

McCracken, Charles

Cpl.

born 19 Jan.'87 at Carns, NE; son of Andrew and Laura (Cover) McCracken, Springview, NE (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; DW (KIA) 24 Sep. '18; interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Springview, NE

1816.                        

McDermott, Albert D.

Cpl.

NoK T. McDermott, 1009 Sibiley St., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; assigned to Co. K when 126TH Inf. was organized; transferred to Co. K, 128TH Inf.; KIA 7 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1817.                        

McDermott, Thomas W.

Pvt.

born ca. 1892; father John McDermott, NoK, R. F. D. 2, Albany, WI (hometown); served with MG Co., 128TH Inf.; ACC 27 May '18 at age 26, died of accidental pistol wound

1818.                        

McDonald (McDonnell), Peter Marcus

Pvt.

born ca. 1892; NoK Peter McDonald, 21 N. Franklin St., Madison, WI; hometown Baraboo, WI; member of Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI when it mobilized; assigned to MG Co., 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; 2Marne, Soissons, Argonne; DW 12 Nov. (2 Nov.) '18 at age 26; interred at Resurrection Cemetery, Madison, WI

1819.                        

McDonald, Archie R.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Anna McDonald, Box 55, Central Lake, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; WIA 29 Aug. '18; DW 15 Sep. '18

1820.                        

McDonald, James

Pvt.

born at Boston, MA; son of Hugh and Helen McDonald, Newcastle, England; NoK James Hunter, brother-in-law, Box 572, Livingston, IL (hometown); entered service 27 Jun. ‘18; served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; DW 11 Nov. ‘18; listed on 25 Jan. ‘19 casualty list; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1821.                        

McDowell, John H.

Pvt.

born at Brookfield, MO; father Orrin McDowell, NoK, R. F. D. 3, Mendon, MO (hometown); entered service at Keytesville, MO on 24 Jun. '18; SN 3267008; landed overseas 6 Aug. '18; served with Co. A, 126TH Inf.; DW 5 Dec. (DD 8 Dec.) '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

1822.                        

McEachern, William

Cpl.

hometown in TX; NoK C. C. McEachern, New Verda, LA; served with 128TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 20 Oct. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1823.                        

McElderry, Augustus B.

2d Lt.

born 18 Jun. '93 at Baltimore, MD (hometown); NoK Mrs. J. Jarok, sister, 859 Park Ave., Baltimore, MD; enlisted as Pvt. in Btry. B, Md. FA, Md. NG, on 4 Aug. '17; to Ft. Myer, VA on 22 Aug. '17; honorable discharge 26 Nov. '17; commissioned 2d Lt., FA, ORC, on 27 Nov. '17; landed in France and assigned to Saumur Arty. School on 27 Dec. '17; transferred to Btry. C, 120TH FA on 10 May '18; evacuated to fld. hosp., sick, on 20 (26) Aug. '18; Center Sector, Aisne-Marne, Fismes Sector, Oise-Aisne; DD, typhoid fever, 7 Sep. '18; interred at Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, MD

1824.                        

McElfresh, Leon

Pvt.

father Josephus McElfresh, NoK, Redmond, OR (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; DW 1 Sep. '18

1825.                        

McEvoy, John James

Pfc.

NoK Joseph McEvoy, brother, Station C, Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. B, 120TH MG Bn.; DD 7 Jul. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1826.                        

McFarling, George Theodore

Pfc.

born at Alpena, MI; mother Mrs. Ada Jane McFarling, NoK, 825 Leith Street, Flint, MI (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; earned DSC for his actions 31 Jul. '18 near Cierges, already seriously wounded, he crawled forward to aid a severely wounded comrade in an exposed position; KIA 31 Jul. '18; also awarded Croix de Guerre w/gilt star, Order No. 12.334 "D," 15 Dec. '18, GHQ, French Armies of the East, “Although seriously wounded he risked his life to go to the aid of a wounded comrade who was in an exposed and dangerous position. Was killed in the course of the mission for which he had volunteered.”; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1827.                        

McGaughey, Mathias Willard

Pvt.

born 25 Jan. '90, Madison County, IL; son of James W. and Martha Marguerette (Hoxie) McGaughey, Worden, IL (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; at some point was reported as MIA; DW 10 Nov. '18; interred at Worden City Cemetery, Worden, IL

1828.                        

McGee, Archie D.

1st Lt.

NoK Mrs. Stelle M. McGee, 4243 Hudson Blvd., North Bergen (Bugen), NJ; NoK Mrs. Archie D. McGee, New Bedford, MA; hometown in NY; served with 127TH Inf.; KIA 18 (5) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1829.                        

McGinley (McGenley), Eddie Roy

Pvt.

born 21 May '92; hometown Carlisle, KY; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 14 (19) Oct. '18; interred at Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, KY

1830.                        

McGlue, William Steven (G.)

Pfc.

born 1900; NoK William McGlue, L'Anse, MI (hometown); enlisted in Co. G, 33D Mich. Inf., MNG, on 17 Jun. '17; assigned to Co. G, 125TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; later transferred to HQ Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 (3) Aug. 18 near Fismes during battle of Château-Thierry; interred at Evergreen Cemetery, Baraga County, MI; namesake of William S. McGlue Post No. 144 of American Legion at L'Anse, MI

1831.                        

McGolerick, Judge

Pvt.

mother Minerva McGolerick, NoK, Star Route, Point of Rocks, MD (hometown); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18

1832.                        

McGraw, Michael B.

Pfc.

NoK Miss Mary McGraw, sister, 817 Frank St., McKees Rocks, PA (hometown); served with 308TH Trench Mort. Btry., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 23 Oct. '18

1833.                        

McGraw, Thomas

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Charlotte McGraw, 1016 Calumet Ave., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; DW 7 Oct. '18

1834.                        

McGraw, Wilson L.

Pvt.

NoK Lula Corter, Prairie, MS (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH (127TH) Inf.; KIA 8 (9) Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1835.                        

McGregor, Wayman J.

Pfc.

born ca. 1894; mother Mrs. Delia McGregor, NoK, Abrams, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. M, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Oconto, WI; Pvt. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to Co. M when 127TH Inf. was organized; Alsace, Fismes, Juvigny, Verdun; KIA (DW) 11 Nov. '18 at age 24; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1836.                        

McGuinness, James W.

Cpl.

born 22 Feb. '98; son of John S. and Jennie (Logan) McGuinness, 1083 N. Pierce St.,  Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG, likely Co. D, 1ST Wis. Inf. at Milwaukee, WI; assigned to Co. D when 127TH Inf. was organized; Château-Thierry, Fismes; DW 2 Aug. '18 at age 20; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; brother Thomas served in Navy

1837.                        

McGuire (McQuire), Michael

Pvt.

born at Co. Cavan, Ireland (nativity); son of Hugh and Margaret McGuire; NoK Mrs. Annie McGuire, wife, 201 State St. or 309 Warren St., Brooklyn, NY (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1838.                        

McGushin, Christopher M.

Pvt.

NoK James McGushin, brother, 1112 W. 63d St., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 13 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1839.                        

McHugh, Edward James (MacHugh)

Sgt.

born 1896; mother Mrs. Mary McHugh, NoK, 211 Field Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); NoK Mrs. Edward McHugh, 385 Hillger Ave., Detroit, MI; served with Co. C, 125TH Inf.; earned Silver Star Citation, posthumously, for his actions 1 Aug. '18 near Cierges (some transcripts of citation list date as 28 Jul., the Div. didn't enter front line in that sector until evening of 29 Jul., actual date is more likely 1 Aug., as stated in Croix de Guerre citation); earned Croix de Guerre w/bronze star, posthumously, for rescuing wounded comrades 1 Aug. ’18 at Cierges; DW (KIA) 7 Aug. '18, listed on 14 Nov. '18 casualty list; interred at Saint Francis Cemetery, Superior, WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW as casualty

1840.                        

McHugh, Kenneth LaValle (Lavald)

Cpl.

born 3 Jul. '96 at Baraboo, WI; son of M. L. and Amelia (Eller) McHugh, 71 31st St. or 417 Juneau Pl., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); college student; enlisted in WNG 25 May '17 at Milwaukee, WI, likely 1ST Wis. Cav.; served with Btry. A, 120TH FA Regt.; Marne, Juvigny, Château-Thierry, St. Mihiel, Argonne; KIA 4 Oct. '18 by shell burst at Montfaucon at age 22; possibly interred at Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, WI; brother Glen E. also served, 1st Lt. in HQ, 68TH Inf.

1841.                        

McIntyre, Harry

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. D. L. Hixon, sister, 616 W. Carpenter St., Springfield, IL (hometown); served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1842.                        

McKay, William W.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. William McKay, NoK, Ismay, MT (hometown); served with MG Co., 127TH Inf.; DD 20 (9) Sep. '18; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery

1843.                        

McKearn, Joseph A.

Cpl.

born ca. 1895; father Michael McKearn, NoK, 822 4th St., Beloit, WI (hometown); served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18 near Fismes at age 23

1844.                        

McKeehan, David Albert

PVT

born 14 Apr. '95 in KY; son of Benjamin Franklin and Lydia Catherine (Miller) McKeehan, father NoK, King, KY (hometown); farmer; served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; his brother Henderson S. served in same unit and was KIA the same day; interred next to his brother at Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Nicholasville, KY; 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div., 1 of few that served in same unit and died same day;

1845.                        

McKeehan, Henderson Silvester

PVT

born 4 Mar. '92 at Knox Co., KY; son of Benjamin Franklin and Lydia Catherine (Miller) McKeehan, father NoK, King, KY (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; his brother David A. served in same unit and was KIA the same day; interred next to his brother at Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Nicholasville, KY; 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div., 1 of few that served in same unit and died same day;

1846.                        

McKeen, James (McKean)

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Susie McKeen, NoK, 2864 8th Ave., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; earned Silver Star Citation, 64TH Inf. Bde. GO No. 4, 16 Apr. ’19, signed by Brig. Gen. Edwin B. Winans; Sgt. Alvah T. Lathrop, 1 of 49 recipients on the list, didn't know he had earned it until 1941, he implied all were assigned to 127TH Inf. and earned it for their actions as liaison/message runner, he wondered if others didn't know they had earned it; KIA 5 Oct. '18

1847.                        

McKinney, Hugh L.

Pvt.

NoK Earl McKinney, brother, Douglas, AZ (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 19 Oct. '18

1848.                        

McLaughlin, James F.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Nellie McLaughlin, 5 Robey St., Dorchester, MA (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

1849.                        

McLean, Donald

Pvt.

father Donald McLean, NoK, Brighton, CO (hometown); served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 5 (8) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1850.                        

McLenahan, James

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Beulah McLenahan, NoK, Quiton, OK (hometown); served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18

1851.                        

McLenden (McLendon), Felix

Pvt.

father R. H. McLenden, NoK, R. 1, Atlanta, AR (hometown); served with Co. L, 128TH Inf.; DW 14 Nov. '18

1852.                        

McLeod, Kenneth M.

Cpl.

born ca. '97; hometown Rice Lake, WI; served with 121ST MG Bn.; Fismes; WIA 5 Aug. '18; DD, pneumonia, 17 Oct. '18 at age 21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1853.                        

McManus, Eugene N.

Pvt.

born 23 Mar. '98; hometown DeWitt, IA; SN 1432537; served with HQ Btry., 147TH FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; WIA 1 Aug. '18 near Jaulgonne; DW 2 Aug. '18; interred at St. Joseph's Cemetery, DeWitt, IA

1854.                        

McMillan, Donald C.

1st Lt.

NoK Mrs. Lucy McMillan, 545 Lincoln Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); graduated Mich. Agricultural College in '15; enlisted in 31ST Mich. Inf., Mich. NG ca. '15; was Cpl. ca. Jul. '16; commissioned 2d Lt. in Mich. NG on 31 Oct. '16 ('15); likely served during Mexican Border Crisis; 1st Lt. in Co. G, 126TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; WIA 1 Aug. '18 near Sergy; DW 5 Aug. '18; listed as severely WIA on 31 Aug. '18 casualty list, listed as DW on 1 Nov. '18 casualty list; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1855.                        

McMillan, Fred

Pvt.

NoK Miss Bertha McMillan, Richfield, ID (hometown); served with Co. B, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1856.                        

McMullen, Howard

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Elsie McIntire, Grandfit, CO (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1857.                        

McNamara, Hubert J.

Cpl.

born 2 May '95; son of John and Ellen (Harrington) McNamara; hometown Cazenovia, WI; also had ties to Westford, WI; enlisted in Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI; assigned to Co. A, 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; 2Marne; DW 8 Aug. '18 at age 22; brother, Pvt. John L., WNG, served in same unit, DW 1 Aug. '18; interred at Saint Bridget Cemetery, Richland Co., WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1858.                        

McNamara, John L.

Pvt.

born 15 Feb. '97; son of John and Ellen (Harrington) McNamara; hometown Cazenovia, WI; enlisted in Co. A, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Reedsburg, WI; assigned to Co. A, 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; DW (KIA) 1 Aug. '18; brother, Cpl. Hubert J., WNG, served in same unit, DW 8 Aug. '18; interred at Saint Bridget Cemetery, Richland Co., WI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1859.                        

McNamara, Leon

Sgt.

mother Mrs. T. McNamara, NoK, Cadillac, MI; hometown Jackson, MI; Mich. NG; served with Co. F, 126TH (128TH) Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1860.                        

McNeese, Walter L.

Cpl.

NoK John McNeese, R. F. D. 3, Jonesboro, TN (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

1861.                        

McNutt, Ernest Leslie (Leslie Ernest, E. Leslie), Jr.

Pvt.

born 9 Feb. '95 at Warrens or Millston, WI; son of Ernest Leslie and Leah J. (Miller) McNutt, 112 W. Brownell St., Tomah, WI (hometown); some references state he was born Ernest Leslie, Jr., many references list him as Leslie E. or E. Leslie, listed as Leslie E. at 1900 and 1910 census; enlisted in Co. K, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Tomah, WI in May '17; assigned to Co. B, 121ST MG Bn. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, pneumonia, contracted while trying to recover from measles, 21 Jan. '18 at base hosp., Camp MacArthur, TX at age 22, the day after his unit departed for the east coast; 1st Soldier from Tomah to die in the war; his funeral at the armory was huge, some people could not get in; all local businesses closed, flags at half-staff; about 12 local, surviving Civil War veterans marched to the armory in harsh, winter weather to attend the funeral; cadets from the local Indian school formed military escort from the armory to the cemetery and performed graveside military honors; interred at Oak Grove Cemetery, Tomah, WI on 28 Jan. '18; brother Reginald R. also served; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1862.                        

McPherson, Ivan

Cpl.

father John McPherson, NoK, Onaway, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

1863.                        

McQuien, Walter H.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. M. A. McQuien, Lamesa (Lau), TX (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; DW 28 Aug. '18

1864.                        

McRae, Kenneth Morrison

Pvt.

born ca. '98; NoK Mrs. John L. McRae, Washburn, WI (hometown); served with 107TH Tr. HQ & MPs (107TH MP); Belfort sec., Aisne-Marne, Fismes, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne; DD, pneumonia, 1 Feb. '19 at age 20; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1865.                        

McRae, Orlo

Pvt.

NoK J. W. McRae, La Vela, CO (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 29 (20) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1866.                        

Meacham, Lawrence

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Ruth Meacham, Port Allegheny, PA (hometown); NoK George Meacham, Port Allegheny, PA; served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; WIA 11 Oct. '18; DW 12 (14) Oct. '18; mother placed ad in American Legion Weekly 25 Jun. ’20 seeking details of his death

1867.                        

Mead (Meade), James F.

Pfc.

born 25 May '91; father William Mead, NoK, Sandusky, WI; hometown Lime Ridge, WI; served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; 2Marne; KIA 1 Aug. '18 at age 27; interred at Sandusky Village Cemetery (United Brethren Cemetery), Washington Township, Sauk Co., WI

1868.                        

Meadows, Lee C.

Pvt.

father C. W. Meadows, NoK, 51 E. 72nd St., Portland, OR (hometown); served with Co. A, 127TH Inf.; KIA 5 Aug. '18 near Fismes

1869.                        

Mehl, William F.

Maj.

son of John and Christine (Franz) Mehl, 1229 National Ave., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); NoK Dr. Hugo F. Mehl, possibly brother; married May R., father of Eleanor and William; resided at 840 Layton Blvd., Milwaukee, WI; awarded WNG 15-year Service Medal ca. '05, 2d Lt. in 1ST Wis. Inf. at that time; promoted Capt. 4 Apr. '06; cdr. of Co. D, 1ST Wis. Inf. at Milwaukee, WI, from at least 4 Apr. '06 through Mexican Border Crisis; Maj. assigned to 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, gastroenteritis, 22 Oct. '17 at Camp MacArthur, TX; first Milwaukee officer to die in the war; Dr. Hugo F. Mehl served as 1st Lt. and asst. surgeon with 1ST Wis. Inf. ca. '11-'12

1870.                        

Meidl, Joseph, Jr.

Pvt.

born ca. 1890; father Joseph Meidl, Sr., 528 Portage St., Fond du Lac, WI (hometown); served with 128TH Inf.; DD, pneumonia, 22 Sep. '18 at age 28; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1871.                        

Meier, Walter E.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. J. J. Meier, Knox, PA (hometown); served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1872.                        

Meinhart, John L.

Pvt.

born 13 Aug. '90 ('91) at Jewett, IL; son of Mathias (Mathaius) and Maria (Weishaar) Meinhart, Island Grove, IL (hometown); NoK Maichen Meinhart, R. 1, Jewett, IL; resided at Clark Co., SD when he registered for draft; entered service from SD; served with Co. M, 128TH (126TH) Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; family was notified in early Dec. '18 that he had been MIA since 8 Nov. '18; on 6 Jan. '19 family was notified that he had been KIA that day; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Island Grove, IL

1873.                        

Meirow (Meiron), William G.

Wag.

born ca. 1887; mother Mrs. Frances Collins, NoK, Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); enlisted in Mich. NG at Grand Rapids, MI; served with Sup. Co., 126TH Inf.; DD, pneumonia, 18 Jan. '18 in the base hospital at Camp MacArthur, TX at age 31; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1874.                        

Meiser, Julius

Pvt.

NoK Mayme Meiser, sister, 240 Vine St., Reading, OH (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18

1875.                        

Melbourne, Harry J.

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; hometown Neenah, WI; enlisted in Co. I, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Neenah, WI; served during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to Sup. Co., 128TH Inf. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, meningitis, 23 Mar. '18 at age 22; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1876.                        

Melcher, Edward

Sgt.

NoK Mrs. Emma Melcher, 43 Williams Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 28 Aug. '18

1877.                        

Melnichuk, Samuel 'Sam'

Pvt.

resided at 632 O'Brien St., Chicago, IL; served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery

1878.                        

Melosh, Eugene L.

Pfc.

born 1 May '89; mother Mrs. B. E. Melosh, 311 Montclair Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); NoK Bert Melosh, father, R. 1, Ellsworth (Ellisworth), MI; served with Co. G, 128TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; repatriated and re-interred at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Boyne City, MI on 18 Sep. '21

1879.                        

Melvin, Frank

Cook

NoK Mrs. Kity Melvin, 8338 N. Phillyss St., Philadelphia, PA (hometown); served with Btry. C, 120TH FA Regt.; WIA 31 Oct. '18 by shellfire; DW 31 Oct. '18

1880.                        

Mercer, Bruce A.

Pfc.

mother Mrs. C. N. Mercer, NoK, 421 W. 9th Ave., Puyallupp, WA (hometown); served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; WIA 4 Aug. '18, gassed; KIA 4 (2) Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1881.                        

Merrill, George E.

Cpl.

born 5 Aug. ‘97 at NH; son of Arthur B. and Myrtilla ‘Myrtie’ Ellen (Gile) Merrill; NoK Mrs. Fred Severance (mother re-married), South Hooksett, NH (hometown); served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. ’18 at age 21; listed as WIA on 23 Nov. ‘18 casualty list; listed as “KIA, Previously Reported MIA” on 9 Jun. ‘19 casualty list; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester, NH; namesake of George E. Merrill Post No. 37 of American Legion; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1882.                        

Merrill, Percy Emery

Pfc.

born 31 Jan. '96 at Loyal, WI; hometown Atwood, Loyal or Greenwood, WI; son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Merrill, father NoK; enlisted in Co. K, 6TH Wis. Inf., WNG, at Marshfield, WI on 15 Jul. '17; assigned to Co. F, 107TH Sup. Tr. when 32D Div. was organized; DD, pneumonia or influenza, 24 Dec. '18 at Pangsdorf, Germany at age 22; repatriated and re-interred at Loyal City Cemetery, Loyal, WI on 21 Jul. '20

1883.                        

Merritt, Drennan (Drennon)

Pvt.

born 19 Aug. '95 at Woodbury, TN (hometown); served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; DW 6 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1884.                        

Merry, Clarence F.

Sgt.

NoK Harry L. Merry, 548 Giddings St., Grand Rapids, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18

1885.                        

Messner, Fred

Pvt.

NoK Oscar Steinheld, brother-in-law, Trimountain, MI (hometown); served with Co. G, 125TH Inf.; KIA 8 Oct. '18

1886.                        

Metzenbauer (Metzenbauger), Claire

Cpl.

father Peter Metzenbauer, R. F. D. 1, Chippewa Falls, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG at Chippewa Falls, WI ca. 1915; served with Co. A, 107TH Sup. Tr.; KIA 5 Feb. '18, sinking of Tuscania; interred at the Mull of Oa, Scotland 8 Feb. '18; the local newspaper stated he was the 1st Chippewa Co. man to die in the war, at least 2 others were killed in the sinking, but Metzenbauer was the 1st notification to reach Chippewa Falls

1887.                        

Metzler, Harry

Pvt.

father Charles Metzler, NoK, R. F. D. 3, Oak Hill, OH (hometown); served with Co. A, 121ST MG Bn.; KIA 10 Oct. '18

1888.                        

Meuli, Michael

Cpl.

born ca. 1898; father Joseph Meuli, NoK, 212 Rural St., Chippewa Falls, WI (hometown); served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; Badricourt, Château-Thierry, Juvigny, Soissons; KIA 2 Sep. '18 at age 20

1889.                        

Meyer, Frank

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; father Henry F. Meyer, NoK, 1032 N. Hickory St., Janesville, WI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 127TH Inf.; Aisne-Marne; KIA 31 Jul. '18 at age 22

1890.                        

Meyers (Myers), Carl J.

Pvt.

born ca. 1896; hometown Troy Center or East Troy, WI; enlisted in Trp. B, 1ST Wis. Cav., WNG, at Milwaukee, WI; assigned to Btry. D when 120TH FA Regt. was organized; DD, peritonitis or appendicitis, 3 (4) Oct. '17 ('18) at Base Hospital, Camp MacArthur, TX at age 22;

1891.                        

Michel, Henry August

Mech.

mother Anna Michel, NoK, Lapeer, MI (hometown); served with Co. A, 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18 near Fismes; family received official notification 28 Sep. '18

1892.                        

Michel, John A.

Pvt.

NoK William Michel, 1304 Huntington Ave., Sandusky, OH (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 8 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1893.                        

Michell, Carl A. (A. T.)

Pvt.

father A. F. Jahanke, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Emmett, AR (hometown); entered service 27 May '18; served with Co. L, 126TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1894.                        

Michelson, Helmer (Heimer) Arthur

Hs.

born ca. 1894; hometown Drummond, WI; may have had ties to Virginia, MN; served with Co. B, 107TH Tr. HQ & MPs (Co. B, 107TH MP); KIA (DW) 2 Aug. '18 at age 24

1895.                        

Mienkwicz, Frank Paul

Pvt.

born 23 Aug. '95 at Bay City, MI; son of Vincent A. and Julianna 'Julia' (Gornowicz) Mienkwiz, mother NoK, 1306 Michigan Ave., Bay City, MI (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH (18TH) Inf.; DW 29 Aug. (1 Sep.) '18; interred at Arlington National Cemetery; brother Vincent F. served with HQ Co., 125TH Inf.

1896.                        

Mierzwinski, Peter Walter

Pvt.

NoK Mieczislaw Mierzwinski, 2429 Walton Ave., Chicago, IL; hometown Hamtramck, MI; served with HQ Co., 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 Oct. ‘18; listed on 5 Dec. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1897.                        

Mike, Dewey

Pvt.

born 29 Mar. '99; Native American, Winnebago; son of John, Jr. and Kate Mike, father NoK, Neillsville, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. D, 3D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Mauston, WI, ca. 1 Aug. '17; assigned to Co. A when 128TH Inf. was organized; 2Marne, Soissons; DW 30 Aug. '18 at age 19; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at the Pvt. Dewey Mike Cemetery, Dells Dam, Town of Levis, Clark Co., WI, which is named in his honor; memorialized on engraved boulder dedicated to Winnebago warriors by the D.A.R. 4 Jul. '23 at west end of Grand Avenue Bridge in Wisconsin Rapids, WI; memorialized on red granite monument at Wisconsin National Guard Museum at Camp Williams/Volk Field, WI

1898.                        

Mikkelsen (Mikkelson), Johannes S.

Pvt.

hometown Del Rey, CA; served with Co. F, 125TH Inf.; KIA 2 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1899.                        

Mikolajczyk (Mikelajczyk), Joseph

Pvt.

born 3 Aug. '99; son of Frank and Josephine Mikolajczyk (Mikelajczyk), father NoK, 834 Burnham St., Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in WNG in Jul. '17; served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 19

1900.                        

Miles, Glen (Glenn)

Pvt.

NoK Gertrude Miles, wife, Smithfield, UT (hometown); served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; KIA 4 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1901.                        

Millar, James

Wag.

born 1 Aug. '97; NoK William Millar, Lake Geneva, WI (hometown); enlisted in 1ST Wis. Cav., likely Trp. F, WNG, at Lake Geneva, WI; assigned to Sup. Co. when 120TH FA Regt. was organized; DD, mastoid, 13 Mar. '18 at age 21; interred at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lake Geneva, WI

1902.                        

Millener, Harry A. (J.)

Pfc.

born 15 Oct. '88 at LeRoy, NY; son of Frederick J. 'Fred' and Elizabeth S. Millener, 588 Child St., Rochester, NY; member of Rochester Lodge No. 24, B.P.O.E.; worked as billing clerk for Erie Railroad at Rochester, NY; moved to San Francisco, CA (hometown) ca. 1911, resided at 364 Eddy St.; worked as chief statistical clerk for B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co.; entered service 15 Oct. '17 at San Francisco, CA; SN 140271; trained at Camp Lewis, WA; served with HQ Btry., 147TH FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; sailed for France early Jan. '18; Château-Thierry, Belleau Wood, 2Marne, and Meuse-Argonne; earned Silver Star Citation, posthumously, for his efforts to repair telephone lines under heavy artillery fire near Fismes on 17 Aug. '18; also earned Croix de Guerre w/bronze star, posthumously, for his actions 4 Sep. ‘18, laying telephone wire in a very dangerous area; KIA 26 Sep. '18 near Esnes (Malancourt); father received telegram 5 Feb. '19; repatriated and re-interred at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester, NY on 17 Dec. '21; not listed in 32D Div. in WW as casualty, but his Croix de Guerre is listed

1903.                        

Miller, David Dillman

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Mary Miller, NoK, R. F. D. 4, Clare, MI (hometown); drafted from Isabella County, MI, ca. Aug. '17; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 30 Aug. '18

1904.                        

Miller, Ernest Gustave

Sgt.

born ca. 1892; father Gustave Fred Miller, NoK, E. 9th St., Marshfield, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. A, 2D Wis. Inf., WNG, at Marshfield, WI; was Cpl. in that unit during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to Co. A, 127TH Inf. when it was organized; KIA 15 Oct. '18 at age 26; repatriated to Marshfield, WI ca. Aug. '21

1905.                        

Miller, Francis

Pvt.

father Frank Miller, NoK, 103 Henrietta St., Jackson, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. F, 126TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 2 (1) Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

1906.                        

Miller, Frank R.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Mary Miller, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Gladstone, IL (hometown); served with 126TH Inf.; DD 24 Sep. '18

1907.                        

Miller, Fred

Pvt.

NoK Samuel Shiner, friend, Butte, MT (hometown); served with MG Co., 127TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1908.                        

Miller, Hiram

Pvt.

father William Miller, NoK, Dresden, IN (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 7 Oct. '18

1909.                        

Miller, John E.

Cpl.

born ca. 1895; mother Mrs. Gust. Miller, NoK, 1202 S. Spring St., Beaver Dam, WI (hometown); served with Co. D, 127TH Inf.; Alsace, Château-Thierry, Fismes; KIA 4 Aug. '18 at age 23

1910.                        

Miller, Leo A.

Pfc.

NoK Otto B. Miller, Middleville, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 29 (28) Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1911.                        

Miller, Leo M.

Cpl.

born 25 Jul. '90; son of William M. and Minnie Miller, Hortonville, WI (hometown); served with Co. D, 107TH Sup. Tr.; DD, pneumonia, 29 Jun. '18 at age 27; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Pioneer Cemetery, Greenville, WI

1912.                        

Miller, Oren Grover

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Nellie Miller, 425 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18; seems likely that Oren G. Miller and Petre (Pram) G. Miller are brothers, if so, 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div., 1 of few that served in same unit and died same day;

1913.                        

Miller, Petre (Pram) G.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Nellie Miller, 425 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with HQ Co., 125TH Inf.; KIA 6 Aug. '18; seems likely that Oren G. Miller and Petre (Pram) G. Miller are brothers, if so, 1 of several sets of brothers who died with 32D Div. (both Mich. NG), 1 of few that served in same unit and died same day;

1914.                        

Miller, Ray L.

Bug.

born 20 May '00; hometown Fairview, MT; served with Co. L, 127TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18 at age 18; interred at Harlowton Cemetery, Wheatland Co., MT

1915.                        

Miller, Raymond E.

2d Lt.

NoK Mrs. C. J. Miller, 778 Lothrop Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. B, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 31 Jul. '18

1916.                        

Miller, Thomas

Pvt.

father George Miller, NoK, Viva, KY (hometown); served with Co. B, 125TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

1917.                        

Miller, Ulysses

Pvt.

entered service from KY; hometown Paynesville, KY; served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 20 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1918.                        

Miller, Walter B.

Cpl.

NoK Forest H. Miller, 417 Sackett Ave., Monroe, MI (hometown); original member of Co. D, 125TH Inf. when organized from Co. D and Co. K, 31ST Mich. Inf., Mich. NG, on 30 Sep. '17; very likely Mich. NG; DW 29 Aug. '18; interred at Elmwood Cemetery, Antigo, WI

1919.                        

Miller, Walter R.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Cora Miller, sister, R. F. D. 21, Plainwell, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; KIA 15 Jul. '18

1920.                        

Miller, William

Cpl.

born ca. 1897; father Fred C. Miller, NoK, 613 Division St., Eau Claire, WI (hometown); WNG; served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; Sergy; KIA 31 Jul. '18 at age 21

1921.                        

Miller, William Louis (F.)

1st Lt.

born 10 Apr. ‘89 at Saginaw, MI (hometown); also had ties to Banks, OR; entered service 15 Jul. ‘17; served with 128TH Amb. Co., 107TH San. Tr.; DD 28 May ‘18, heart disease

1922.                        

Mills, Alfred C.

Pfc.

NoK Robert J. Mills, brother, 415 6th Ave., Great Falls, MT (hometown); served with Co. H, 127TH Inf.; DW 31 Jul. (31 Aug.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1923.                        

Minehan, Hugh P.

Cpl.

mother Annie Minehan, NoK, Garrison, ND (hometown); entered service from MT; served with Co. M, 127TH Inf.; KIA (DW) 11 Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; namesake of Hugh P. Minehan Post No. 49 of American Legion at Garrison, ND

1924.                        

Minnard, Wibur L.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Susie M. Minnard, R. F. D. 2, Otsego, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. C, 126TH Inf.; WIA 1 Aug. '18; KIA 5 Oct. '18

1925.                        

Minus, Alex

Pvt.

NoK Anna Minus, 165 Thedore St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with MG Co., 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1926.                        

Mitchell, John A.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. O. F. Watcher, Ote, KY (hometown); served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; DW 29 (28) Aug. '18

1927.                        

Mitchell, Loren Harold

Pvt.

born ‘96; hometown Lansing, MI; served with Btry. B, 119TH FA Regt.; DD in ‘18, pneumonia, ca. age 22; listed on 14 Mar. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Lansing, MI; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1928.                        

Mittlestat, Earl C.

Sgt.

NoK Mrs. William Mittlestat, New Boston, MI (hometown); served with Co. C, 120TH MG Bn.; KIA 1 Aug. '18

1929.                        

Mjelde, Olaf

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. Anna Mjelde, Hens, Bergen, Norway (nativity); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; DW 31 Aug. '18

1930.                        

Moeller, Edward

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Martha Moeller, NoK, Bloomfield, NE (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18

1931.                        

Moenkhouse, Earnest S.

Pfc.

father D. W. Moenkhouse, NoK, R. 1, La Grande, OR (hometown); served with Co. B, 127TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1932.                        

Monday, George T.

Pvt.

father Samuel C. Monday, NoK, Ivanhoe, VA (hometown); entered service 25 May '18; served with Co. L, 126TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

1933.                        

Monroe, Elmer F.

Pvt.

born 4 Aug. ‘99; NoK D. E. Monroe, Lebanon Junction, KY (hometown); entered service ca. 20 Jun. ‘18; assigned to Co. G, 154TH Inf.; trained at Camp Beauregard, LA; sailed from Newport News, VA on 6 Aug. ‘18; landed at Brest ca. 18 Aug. ‘18; transferred to Co. C, 125TH Inf., ca. 20 Sep. ‘18; WIA 9 Oct. ‘18 near Gesnes, machinegun bullets to hip; DW (KIA) 11 Oct. ‘18 at age 19; listed as DW on 22 Nov. ‘18 casualty list; interred at Little Brick Cemetery, Boston, KY

1934.                        

Monroe, George S.

Pfc.

father George C. Monroe, NoK, 456 Monroe Blvd., South Haven, MI (hometown); served with Btry. F, 119TH FA Regt.; KIA 22 Aug. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1935.                        

Montgomery, Ira Savell

Cpl.

NoK Robert Montgomery, 2513 Ave. F, Birmingham, AL (hometown); may have entered service from MI; served with Co. G, 126TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 28 Aug. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1936.                        

Montley, James E.

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Martha M. Montley, NoK, 321 S. Poppleton St., Baltimore, MD (hometown); served with Co. B, 126TH Inf.; KIA 5 Oct. '18

1937.                        

Montrose, Joseph

Pvt.

NoK Angelo Arrigo; resided at 317 37th St., South Brooklyn, NY; served with Co. B, 119TH MG Bn.; DD 24 Oct. '18, double hernia; listed as Severely WIA on 2 Nov. '18 casualty list; listed as DD on 19 Dec. '18 casualty list; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW;

1938.                        

Mooney, Ralph K.

Pvt.

born 16 Apr. '92; mother Mrs. A. Mooney, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Princeton, IN (hometown); may have entered service from MT; served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; DW 3 Aug. (30 Jul.) '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Lawrence Cemetery, Center Township, IN

1939.                        

Moonier, Jesse A.

Pfc.

NoK Edward Moonier, Perryville, MO (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18

1940.                        

Moore (More), Jasper M.

Cpl.

born 11 Sep. '90; hometown Madisonville, KY; served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 9 Oct. '18; interred at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Madisonville, KY

1941.                        

Moore, Ampliss M.

Pvt.

father Eli Stanton Moore, NoK, R. F. D. 1, Box 29, Tolee, KY (hometown); served with Co. E, 125TH Inf.; DW 8 Oct. '18

1942.                        

Moore, Edwin D.

Pfc.

mother Mrs. Elsie Ferguson, NoK, 1122 Robin St., New Orleans, LA (hometown); served with Btry. C, 119TH FA Regt.; KIA 21 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1943.                        

Moore, Francis C.

Pfc.

NoK Mrs. C. A. Moore, 1019 E. 75th St., Chicago, IL; hometown Kalamazoo, MI; Mich. NG; served with San. Det., 126TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. '18

1944.                        

Moore, George W.

Pvt.

father Louis Moore, NoK, 3219 15th St. S., Minneapolis, MN (hometown); served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; KIA 2 (4) Aug. '18

1945.                        

Moore, James M.

Pvt.

hometown in AR; served with Co. F, 128TH Inf.; died 10 Nov. '18, cause unknown; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1946.                        

Moore, Jesse B.

Pvt.

born ca. 1894; son of Willis and Doris Moore, mother NoK, Utica, MI; hometown Mt. Clemens or Detroit, MI; drafted 18 Nov. '17; reached Camp MacArthur, TX, 22 Dec. '17; served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; DD, inflammation of the brain, 7 Jan. '18 in base hosp. at Camp MacArthur, TX at age 24; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1947.                        

Moore, John

Pvt.

resided at 922 Riverside Ave., Spokane, WA (hometown); NoK Merle Greenwood, cousin, McMillan, WA; also gave emergency address, c/o friend, Port Angeles, WA; enlisted in Co. H, 2D Wash. Inf., Wash. NG, Spokane, WA, possibly ca. 21 Jun. ‘16; served during Mexican Border Crisis; Cook in same unit when mobilized for state active duty 25 Mar. ‘17; assigned to 161ST Inf., likely Co. H, when 41ST Div. was organized; that unit was designated a replacement div. when it reached France; transferred to Co. E, 127TH Inf.; KIA 17 Oct. ‘18; listed on 31 Jan. ‘19 casualty list; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; an article in American Legion Weekly on 11 May ‘23 was seeking beneficiary for his War Risk Insurance

1948.                        

Moore, Nathan R.

Pvt.

NoK W. E. Moore, brother, R. F. D. 3, Casey, AR (hometown); served with Co. K, 127TH Inf.; KIA 15 Oct. '18

1949.                        

Moore, Ralph Harrison

Sgt.

born 20 Dec. '93 at Milton, IN (hometown); son of Jesse E. and Malinda Moore, Milton, IN; entered service 25 Jun. '17 at Detroit, MI; assigned to San. Det., 125TH Inf.; transferred to San. Det., 120TH MG Bn.; embarked 9 Feb. '18; KIA 8 Oct. '18

1950.                        

Moore, Sherman E.

Mech.

mother Mrs. Anna Crowe, NoK, R. F. D. 3, Ravenna, MI (hometown); Mich. NG; served with Co. K, 126TH Inf.; KIA 28 Aug. '18

1951.                        

Moore, Vinton J.

Cpl.

born 15 Aug. '98 at Warrens, WI; son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moore, Ladysmith, WI; graduated Ladysmith H.S.; worked at Bucyrus Steam Shovel Co. in South Milwaukee, WI (hometown); enlisted in Co. F, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Milwaukee, WI on 2 Apr. '17; assigned to Co. F when 127TH Inf. was organized; sailed for France 14 Feb. '18; KIA (DW) 31 Jul. '18 by sniper while leading his squad at Cierges; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1952.                        

Moos, Martin Anthony

Sgt.

born 3 Jan. ‘86 (‘78) at Germany (nativity); son of Martin A. and Helen Moos, father NoK, 173 Summit Ave., Oconomowoc, WI (hometown), father Swiss immigrant, mother German immigrant; family emigrated in ‘91; also had ties to Ballantine, MT; enlisted in Co. M, 1ST Wis. Inf., WNG, at Oconomowoc, WI on 20 Jun. ‘16; promoted to Cpl.; served during Mexican Border Crisis; assigned to MG Co., 128TH Inf., when 32D Div. was organized; promoted to Sgt.; 2Marne, Juvigny, Meuse-Argonne; KIA 6 Oct. ‘18 at age 32 (40); listed on 10 Dec. ‘18 casualty list; interred at La Belle Cemetery, Oconomowoc, WI; brother served in Regular Army, Sgt. Ernest, Trp. M, 2D Cav., died 6 May '10 at Philippines

1953.                        

Moran, Joseph

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Margaret Moran, 2143 Humbolt Blvd., Chicago, IL (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 3 Aug. '18

1954.                        

Morgan, Arthur O.

Pfc.

NoK Henry Morgan, R. F. D. 1, Topinabee, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Sep. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1955.                        

Morgan, Earnest (Ernest) P.

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Alice Call, 1927 N. Darien St., Philadelphia, PA (hometown); served with Sup. Co., 120TH FA Regt.; DD at hosp. in Revigny, date unknown; unit learned of his death on 4 Dec. '18; listed on 30 Dec. '18 casualty list

1956.                        

Morgan, Floyd H.

Pvt.

born 2 Aug. '92 at New Martinsville, WV (hometown); NoK A. E. Morgan, R. F. D. 2, Box 85, New Martinsville, WV; SN 5166885; served with Co. G (D), 126TH Inf.; WIA 1 Oct. '18; DW 4 Oct. '18; interred at Morgan Cemetery, Wetzel Co., WV

1957.                        

Morgan, Frank

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. William R. Morgan, 126 W. Broad St., Nanticoke, PA (hometown); served with Co. M, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1958.                        

Morgan, John H.

Pvt.

born 1894; hometown San Francisco, CA; served with Co. E (B), 127TH Inf.; ACC 3 Aug. '18; interred at San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, CA; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1959.                        

Morgan, William Digby

2d Lt.

born Oct. '86 at Tangipahoa, LA (hometown); son of Louis Duncan and Mary Louisa 'Lula' (Bankston) Morgan, Chesbrough, LA; NoK Mr. Morgan, Tangipahoa, LA; graduated La. State U.; worked as chemist in sugar industry in Cuba when he entered active service; member of La. NG; served with Co. E, 128TH Inf.; KIA 10 (9) Nov. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1960.                        

Morlock, Gottlieb

Pvt.

mother Mrs. Eva Morlock, NoK, Gackle, ND (hometown); served with Co. A, 128TH Inf.; died 5 Dec. '18, cause unknown; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; not listed in 32D Div. in WW

1961.                        

Morris, Budd

Cpl.

born ca. 1895; NoK Marion Morris, Mauston, WI (hometown); served with Co. D, 128TH Inf.; 2Marne, Soissons; WIA 5 Sep. '18; DD, pneumonia, 14 Oct. '18 at age 23; interred at St. Mihiel American Cemetery

1962.                        

Morris, John C.

Pvt.

father Alec Morris, NoK, Clarkston, WA (hometown); entered service from CO; served with Co. C, 127TH Inf.; MIA, presumed KIA, 4 (2) Sep. '18; memorialized on Tablets of the Missing at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1963.                        

Morris, Lyle

Sgt.

born ca. 1894; NoK Mrs. Bert Morris, Berlin, WI (hometown); served with Co. C, 128TH Inf.; KIA 1 Aug. '18 at age 24

1964.                        

Morris, Robert

Pvt.

NoK Mrs. Kattie Morris, wife, Calhoun, KY (hometown); served with Co. E, 126TH Inf.; WIA 9 Oct. '18; DW 11 Oct. '18

1965.                        

Morrison, George D.

Pvt.

NoK David F. Morrison, Germfask, MI (hometown); served with Co. M, 125TH Inf.; DW 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

1966.                        

Morrison, John Alexander Johnston

2d Lt.

born 24 Apr. '96 at Cincinnati, OH (hometown); son of Harley J. and Roberta Alexandria (Johnston) Morrison, 3495 Brookline Ave., Cincinnati, OH; assigned to 322D FA Regt., 158TH FA Bde., 83D Div.; may have transferred to HQ Co., 158TH FA Bde.; attached to 32D Div.; earned DSC for his actions 14-15 Oct. '18 as artillery forward observer and liaison officer near Molleville Farm, he was KIA during the event; also earned Croix de Guerre; KIA 15 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery; also memorialized at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH

1967.                        

Morrison, Joseph P.

Cpl.

NoK Mrs. Julia Morrison, R. F. D. 1, Box 101, Ironwood, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 128TH Inf.; KIA 16 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1968.                        

Mortenson, Sophus

Pvt.

NoK Marie Mortenson, 3107 Park Ave., New York, NY (hometown); served with Co. G, 128TH Inf.; KIA 6 Oct. '18

1969.                        

Moser, Edward Louis

Cpl.

born 1897; son of Louis N. and Louise (Horch) Moser, father NoK, Allens Grove or Darien, WI; hometown Delavan, WI; WNG; served with Co. K, 128TH Inf.; KIA 16 (6) Oct. '18 at age 21; interred at Oakwood Cemetery, Sharon, WI; possibly namesake for Moser-Ortmann Post No. 130 of American Legion at Sharon, WI

1970.                        

Moszcinski, John

Pvt.

father Ignac Moszcinski, NoK, 388 Palmer Ave., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. I, 127TH Inf.; KIA 14 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1971.                        

Moussa, Walter

Pfc.

born ca. 1887; mother Mrs. K. Thorstensen, NoK, 1602 28th St., SW., Superior, WI; hometown Eau Claire, WI; served with Co. E, 127TH Inf.; Badricourt, Château-Thierry, Fismes, Soissons, Juvigny, Oise-Aisne; KIA 2 Sep. '18 at age 31

1972.                        

Moyer, Delbert Mart

Pvt.

hometown Centralia, KS; entered service 19 Sep. '17; assigned to Co. E, 353D (358TH) Inf., 89TH Div., at Camp Funston, KS (most of the original enlisted men in the regiment were selectees from KS); transferred to Repl. Det., Co. 3, Camp Merritt; transferred to Cas. Off. Det. SOS; transferred to Co. H, 163D Inf., 41ST Div.; 41ST Div. was designated a replacement unit when it reached France; transferred to Co. M, 125TH Inf.; KIA 31 Jul. '18; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery; American Legion post at Centralia, KS placed ad in American Legion Weekly 25 Jun. '20 seeking details of his death and interment

1973.                        

Moyers, Ernie

Pvt.

NoK Dave Moyers, R. F. D. 1, Cunningham, KY (hometown); also had ties to Cleveland, OH; served with Btry. B, 324TH FA Regt., attached to 32D Div.; KIA 13 Oct. '18; interred at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

1974.                        

Mozonski (Mazonski), Henrik (Henrick, Hendrick)

Pvt.

NoK Mary Mozonski (Mrs. Mary Rakowski), 422 30th St., Detroit, MI (hometown); served with Co. H, 126TH Inf.; ACC (DW) 4 Aug. '18; listed as MIA on 2 Oct. '18 casualty report; interred at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery

 

 

 

Surnames A through Be

Surnames Bf through Bz

Surnames C

Surnames D through Er

Surnames Es through Gr

Surnames Gs through H

Surnames I through Kn

Surnames Ko through L

Surnames Ma through Mo

Surnames Mp through Pe

Surnames Pf through Ro

Surnames Rp through Sm

 

Surnames Sn through T

Surnames U through Z

 

Title: flag-thin

Home PageSite Map
Contact the 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Veteran Association Webmaster

revised 22 October 2018

created 5 July 2011