Carroll County Honor Roll
The Boys from Chadwick

Corporal Lee William Etnyre, son of Jerry and Maria Etnyre, born at Mt. Carroll, Illinois November 5, 1894; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois May 4, 1918; served overseas 10 months with Co. B. 20th Machine Gun Battalion, 7th Division. Participated in Battle on Puvenelle Sector, Army of Occupation in Alsace-Lorraine. Badly gassed October 14th, 1918 at Pagny.

Private Oliver Harold Etnyre, son of Jerry and Maria Etnyre, born at Mt. Carroll, Illinois 25 October 1898; volunteered for Student Army Training Corps, Co. A. Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin October 1, 1918.









Louis Frank - No Photo Available - Son of Harry Frank, born at Chadwick, IL; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois March 28, 1918.

Harry Lee Graham, son of David and Jennie Graham, born at Chadwick, Ill. April 29, 1894. Inducted into service at Detroit, Mich. November 20, 1917. Served in Co. H. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division. Died at Camp Merrit, New Jersey August 1, 1918.

Cook Spurgeon S. Harter, son of Will and Anna (Kreamer) Harter, born at Belmont, Iowa July 28, 1894; inducted for service at Camp Grant, Illinois, September 19, 1917; served overseas 9 months with Co. I. 342nd and Co. A. 55th Infantries and 7th Supply Train.

Private 1 CL Irvin H. Hartman, born at Chadwick, IL December 29, 1898; volunteered for service at Freeport, Illinois, May 4, 1917; served 18 months overseas with 18th Cavalry and later with 76th Field Artillery, participating in Champagne-Marne Defensive, Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne Offensives. Served in Army of Occupation at Kottenheim, Germany.

Private Roy J. Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Hartman, born at Chadwick, Illinois February 8, 1892; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois February 26, 1918; served 11 months overseas with the 19th Engineers.

Private William Frederick Hartman, son of William and Bertha Hartman of Mt. Carroll, born at Eyweiler Elsass, Germany, October 10, 1898. Volunteered at Savanna, Ill. June 14, 1917. Served in Ambulance Co. No. 18. M. O. T. C. Died in service from tonsillitis at Fort Riley, Kansas August 25, 1917.

Private George Hicks, son of John E. and Edna B. Hicks, born at Thomson, Illinois in January 1897; volunteered for service at Chicago, Illinois May 31, 1918, serving with the Military Police at Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida.







Fireman 2 CL Ward Imel, son of James R. and Mary C. Imel, born at Chadwick, Illinois November 28, 1889; volunteered for service at Chicago, Illinois December 20, 1917, serving 2 months overseas in the U. S. Navy.










Sergeant Victor L. Jack - no photo available - son of Mrs. Lena M. Jack, of Chadwick, Ill. Died in service November 20, 1917 at Fort Thomas, Kentucky. No Photo available.


Private Ralph Keckler, son of Harrison H. and Alice Keckler, born at Chadwick, Illinois July 19, 1888; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois June 13, 1918, serving with Co. B. 3rd Training Battalion, Signal Corps.

Private John A. Kingery, son of Charles M. and Eda M. Kingery, born at Chadwick, Illinois July 29, 1899; volunteered for service in the Student Army Training Corps at Rockford, Illinois September 20, 1918.









Carl Henry Kness - No Photo or Information available


Edward A. Kronning - No Photo or Information available


Private Harvey J. Koehler, son of Annie and Henry Koehler, born at Chadwick, Illinois March 30, 1894; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois February 24, 1918; served overseas 12 months with Co. I. 20th Engineers.

1 CL Private William Koehler Son of Annie and Henry A. Koehler, born at Chadwick, Illinois May 20, 1892; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois June 1, 1918; serving with Co. E. 46th Infantry 9th Division. Discharged July 22, 1919.

Private 1CL John Kradle Son of Phillip Kradle, born at Chadwick, Illinois March 25, 1894; inducted for service at Savanna, Illinois April 25, 1918, serving 12 months overseas with Co. D. 355th Infantry, 89th Division, participating in the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne Offensives. Was gassed. Served in the Army of Occupation at Saarburg, Germany.


Gunner Philip Kradle, Jr. Son of Phillip and Mary Kradle, born at Chadwick, Illinois; volunteered for service at Chicago, Illinois June 2, 1918; and served on the U S S Eagle No. 7.

Private Grover Cleveland Lesher Born at Chambersburg, PA February 19, 1891; volunteered for service at Sterling, Illinois December 8th, 1917; served overseas 11 months with 60th Coast Artillery in the St. Mihiel and and Meuse-Argonne Offensives.









Calvin McKinley Lienbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lienbach, 1005 2nd Ave. Sterling, IL

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