Military News for Jasper County, IL

Officers and Men

Lyman Harris...................................................Captain
Robt. L. Powell..................................... 1st. Lieutenant
Wm. A. McKinnon................................ 2nd. Lieutenan

Sergeants
Merle M. Printz, John Q. Vanderhoof, John W. Honey,Jr. Joe Litzelman, Jr. , Chas. D. Fithian

Corporals
Mack McConaha, Osacr Lathrop, Paul Gregory, Emery Moore, John Reisner, H. Stark

Musicians
Noah Hubbard, William O. Miller

Privates
Eugene Arnold, Ben L. Bruner, Oriel Boggs,
Henry Bayse, Pearl Beeman, Louis Bowers,
Merritt Clark, Frank Dewhurst, Harry Dancy,
Arthur O. Dyson, Clyde Dowell, Otis F. Ellis,
G. Vern Fisher, Frank Genter, Clinton Gibson,
John A. Girhard, Seth S. Hussey, Chas. Hilderbrand,
Josiah Jourdan, Leon E. B. Jenkins, Eugene Maxwell,
Chas. B. Mulvaney, Isadore Mulvaney, Harry K. Mann,
Hamen G. Matheney, Chas. Mcgaughey, John W. Norton,
Roy Ping, Robt. L. Ping, J.T. Smith, Jos. B. Selby,
Grover Stark, H. Lee Spurgeon, Burleigh Sires, Wm. E. Swick,
Sidney A. Webb, Elmer Wolfe, Wm. C. Whaley,
Paul F. Williams, Milo D. Yelvington, Ira J. Malcom.

Honorable discharged July 8, 1902, Sergt. Jess F. Parr and Heber Umsted.

Eugene Maxwell granted 30 day furlough.



WAR CASUALTIES
Reported in the Newton Press
November 8, 1918
©Transcribed by Kim Torp


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