HONOR ROLL

OF THE

GREAT WAR

Stephenson
County

1917 - 1919

WORLD WAR I

Transcribed by Alice Horner


Transcriber’s Note: The cover of this book gives the title as Honor Roll of the Great War Stephenson County 1917-1919, but the title page gives it as Stephenson County Honor Roll of the Great War 1917-1919. There is no indication who compiled this book, the publisher’s name or city, or when it was published. The book begins with two poems, “In Flanders Fields” by John MacRae, and “America’s Answer” by R. W. Lillard. The list of Gold Star Men of Stephenson County is followed by an 8-page summary of World War I and brief descriptions of the divisions in which some of these veterans served. The cover of my copy of this book, scanned here, is damaged.

The Honor Roll uses acronyms which are no longer familiar to most people. Here are the meanings I have found for them:
A. E. F. means American Expeditionary Force
A. R. D. means Advance Remount Depot, or Artillery Replacement Depot
A. S. A. P. means Air Service, Aircraft Production
A. S. S. C. means Air Service, Signal Corps
C. A. C. means Coastal Artillery Corps.
C. A. D. Coastal Artillery Detachment
C. M. 3 C. means Carpenters Mate 3rd Class.
Co. A. M. P. ___________________________________ (yet to be determined).
D. B. means Department of Brigade
D. B. T. ______________________________________ (yet to be determined).
D. S. C. means Distinguished Service Cross.
F. A. C. O. T. S. means Field Artillery Central Officers Training School.
.... (Note: This school was at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky.)
F. A. R. D. means Field Artillery Replacement Depot
H. A. means Hospital Apprentice
H. F. A. means Heavy Field Artillery
I. C. O. T. S. means Illinois College Officer Training School, or Illinois Commissioned Officer Training School
I. M. C. ___________________________________ (yet to be determined).
I. N. G. means Illinois National Guard
I. R. T. C. means Infantry Recruit Training Center
Leg., Navy _________________________________(yet to be determined).
L. F. A. means Light Field Artillery
L. S. Regiment ______________________________ (yet to be determined)
M. F. C. means Motorized Field Corps
M. G. means Machine Gun
M G. M. D. means Machine Gun Munitions Depot
M. M. D. M. A. ______________________________________ (yet to be determined).
M. P. means Military Police
M. P. C. means Military Police Company
M. R. S. means Motorized Repair Service
M. T. C. means Motor Transport Company
M. T. D. means Mounted
M. T. S. means Motor Transport Service
O. R. F. means Officers Reserve Force
O. T. C. means Officers Training Corps
O. T. S. means Officers Training School
P. W. E. means Prisoner of War Enclosure or Prisoner of War Escort company
Q. M. C. means Quartermaster Corps.
R. A. D. ________________________________ (yet to be determined).
R. D. means Remount Depot
R. M. A. Air Service means Reserve Military Aviator with the Air Service
R. T. C. means Reserve Training Corps
S. A. C. O. T. S. means Student Army Corps Officer Training School
S. A. R. D. ______________________ (yet to be determined)
S. A. T. C. means Student Army Training Corps
S. O. S. means Services Of Supply
S. P. D. B. A. P. means Spruce Production Division Bureau of Aircraft Production
S. T. K. (U. S. Navy term) ________________________________________________
T. A. R. D. _____________________________ (yet to be determined).
U. S. N. A. R. S. means United States Naval Air Reserve Service
U. S. G. means United States Guard
U. S. N. G. means United States National Guard
U. S. N. R. F. means United States Naval Reserve Force

Honor Roll of the Great War: Stephenson County 1917-1919 Gold Star Men

ALTENBERN, Benjamin Elmer October 20, 1918
BARNDS, Leo
Transcriber’s Note: His date of death in the descriptive text in the book is February 27, 1919, which is the same date Findagrave.com shows (there is no tombstone photo).
Feb 27, 1918
BENNEHOFF, John S. January 24, 1919
BEST, Clarence Milford October 20, 1918
BIERSACH, Herbert Frederick October 10, 1918
BORGMEIER, Charles Edward October 04, 1918
CARBIENER, Edward A. August 05, 1918
CAZEL, Luther B. No Date Given
DEMETER, Theodore Frederick September 16, 1918
EGON, Eugene Francis March 23, 1919
ESON, Elmo K. Dec 06, 1918
FARROW, Joseph C. No Date Given
FISCHER, Elmer Edward May 23, 1918
FULLER, Kryle October 02, 1918
FUREN, Walter Enoch March 14, 1919
GOCHNAUR, Orlando M. November 6, 1917
GRANT, William Mathew August 02, 1918
GRAY, Lewis Donald No Date Given
GRIFFIN, Edward No Date Given
HOGAN, Edward October 1, 1918
HORSTMEIER, William Lloyd No Date Given
HUGHES, Edward Arthur October 12, 1918
INMAN, Charles Edward October 06, 1918
JOHNSON, Elso Sikko July 15, 1918
JOHNSON, Louis Edwin October 16, 1918
KLINE, Ewart No Date Given
KOELLER, Grove H. October 15, 1918
KUHLEMEIER, Raymond Julius September 29, 1918
KUNTZ, Glen Howard No Date Given
LANGENSTEIN, Robert R. July 18, 1918
LINK, Philip September 28, 1918
LYNCH, Donald No Date Given
McKIBBEN, Robert Roland July 04, 1918
MESSANG, John No Date Given
MEYSEMBOURG, Harry E. August 02, 1918
MILLER, John No Date Given
MISHER, Carl E. September 12, 1918
MOSELEY, Rev. Arthur Francis July 05, 1918
ODERMATT, August A. October 13, 1918
PETERS, Lynn October 07, 1918
RAWLEIGH, Wilbur Thomas September 27, 1918
RIPPBERGER, Oscar Andrew No Date Given
SANDROCK, Oscar December 6, 1918
SEYFARTH, William Frederick August 06, 1919
SHEETZ, A. Vernon August 17, 1918
SPRAGUE, James Marsh October 24, 1918
STEWART, Carl Ralph July 19, 1918
ULRICH, John G. October 10, 1918
VanDEEST, William No Date Given
WHEELAND, Russell J. May 28, 1919
YDE, Frederick C. August 25, 1918




Military Men A - I
Military Men J - Z

- A -

Ackerman, Heite. Sergeant, Co. K, 342nd Infantry. Enlisted September 5, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 22nd, 1919 Camp Grant. Overseas.

Adams, Clifford. Enlisted.

Agney, Charles. Enlisted.

Ailer, Charles. Enlisted.

Albert, Samuel Raymond. 2nd Lieut. Reserve. Officers Training School. Enlisted September 27, 1918 at Roswell, New Mexico. Discharged January 2, 1919 at Roswell, N. M.

Alberts, Edward Reuben. Sergeant, 1st class. Medical Corps, 357th U. S. Inf. Enlisted June 20, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 1919 at Camp Grant.

Albrecht, Fred A. Private, 1st class. 98th Balloon Co. Enlisted June 15, 1918 at Decatur. Discharged January 3, 1919 at San Antonio, Texas.

Albright, Albion D. Private. 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted April 17, 1917 Springfield, Ill. Discharged June 7, 1919, Camp Grant.

Albright, Turner J. Musician, 3rd class. 123rd H. F. A. Hdq. Co. Enlisted June 1916, Freeport. Discharged June 8, 1919, Camp Grant.

Alden, Fred. Private, 31st Engin. Corps. Fort Leavenworth.

Alderfer, John M. Enlisted.

Alexander, Chas. Enlisted.

Alexander, Claude. Private, Caisson Co. B., 1st Ammunition Train, A., 1st Div. Enlisted November 18, 1913 at Freeport. Overseas.

Alexander, Leeman. Machinist Apprentice, 3rd class. U. S. Navy. Enlisted July 26, 1918 at Freeport. Released August 9, 1919 at Great Lakes.

Alexander, Ray. 1st Sergeant, Co. L, 60th Inf., Regular Army. Enlisted December 13, 1913 at El Paso, Tex. Discharged January 13, 1919 at Camp Mead, Md. Gassed July 14, 1918. Overseas 6 months, Argonne Forest, Chateau Thierry, over the top 12 times.

Alexander, Walter R. Sergeant, Co. L, 60th Inf. Enlisted December 13, 1913 at Galveston, Texas. Discharged June 13, 1919 at Camp Mead, Md.

Altenbern, Benjamin Elmer, Private, Co. H., Ill. Infantry. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Camp Grant. Wounded October 17, 1918. Died October 20, 1918, in Evacuation Hospital at Toul, France. Accidentally shot by a comrade and gas infected the wound. His left leg was amputated and that and pneumonia resulted in his death.

Altenbern, Henry. Wagoner, Battery A, 72nd Art., C. A. C. Enlisted April 3, 1918 at Freeport. In service, A. E. F. Transcriber’s Note: C. A. C. stands for Coastal Artillery Corps.

Altendorf, Vernon. Private, Co. G, 5th Reg. Enlisted September 4, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Camp Grant. Injured in railroad accident before going overseas.

Althofer, Arthur O. U. S. Navy, Co. J, 1st Reg. Enlisted December 12, 1917 at Carthage, Illinois. Discharged Jan. 5, 1919.

Althoff, Frank A. Corporal, Co. I, 48th Inf. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 18, 1919 at Camp Jackson, S. C.

Ammerpole, Frank. Private, 1st Devel. Btn., 161st Depot Brigade. Enlisted.

Anderson, Arthur. Private, Infantry. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Lena, Ill. Discharged December 30, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Anderson, Edward J. Enlisted.

Anderson, Otto R. Enlisted.

Anderson, Sandy William. Private, Infantry. Enlisted August 5, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 2, 1918 at Camp Zachary Taylor.

Angelos, Wm. G. Corporal, Co. G., L. S. Regiment. Enlisted September 4, 1918 at Freeport. Dishcarged November 30, 1918 at Camp Grant. Transcriber’s Note: I haven’t been able to determine what L. S. Regiment meant in World War I. L. S. means Logistical Support in today’s military, but that term was not in use during World War I.

Antrim, Max B. Ensign, U. S. Navy. Enlisted April 2, 1917 at Boston, Mass. Discharged June 23, 1919 at New York.

Antrim, N. Stanley. Naval Reserve Flying Squadron. Enlisted August 28, 1918 at Great Lakes Training Station. No active service.

Arbogast, Fred L. Sgt. Battery E., 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted, Co. L., April 15, 1912 at Freeport. Discharged April 17, 1917 at Springfield.

Ardern, Frederick James. Private, Machine Gun Btn., 148 Art. Co. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 10, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Arganbright, Ned Arlo. 1st Lieut. Medical Corps (Dental). Enlisted June 30, 1917 at Jefferson Barracks. Discharged June 18, 1919 Camp Shelby.

Askey, Ellis. Enlisted.

Aspinwall, Ralph V. Private S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Beloit, Wisc. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Beloit, Wisc.

Atchison, Edward. Enlisted. Detroit, Mich.

Atkins, Milo P. Corporal, 24th Squadron Spruce Production Div. of Aviation. Enlisted February 26, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 21, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Aurand, Clarence J. Enlisted, June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged October 27, 1918 at Camp Grant on account of illness.

Aurand, Lee Ralph. Private, 467th Aero Squad, Signal Corps. Enlisted January 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 29, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas.

Ausherman, Carl Thomas. Private, Battery A, 21st F. A. Enlisted May 25, 1917 at Rockford. Not heard from since February 20, 1918. Last known address, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas.


- B -

Babcock, Earl Fowler. Private, Co. B, 138th Eng. Enlisted May 2, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 4, 1918 at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.

Bach, John George. Private, Co. K, 342nd Inf. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 14, 1918 on account of illness.

Bahr, Frederick Paul. Private, Medical Corps. Enlisted April 2, 1918 at Springfield, Ohio. Overseas – office work in Base Hospital.

Bailey, Arthur. Enlisted.

Bailey, Ira Wm. Private, Battery F, 52nd C. A. C. Enlisted February 17, 1917.

Bair, Harold. Private, Co. M., 116th Inf. 29th Div. Enlisted June 5, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas.

Baker, Howard. 1st class Carpenters’ Mate, U. S. Navy. Enlisted.

Baldwin, John Forrest. Private, 60th C. A. C. Enlisted December 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 26, 1919 at Camp Grant after 8 months of active service.

Balles, Anton. Enlisted.

Balles, Frank C. Supply Sergeant, 343rd Inf. Enlisted June 18, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 15, 1919 at Camp Dix.

Balsmo, Antonio. Enlisted.

Balthaser, Fred C. Enlisted. Still in service in Siberia.

Baltzer, Harold Keith. 2nd Lieut., Inf., U. S. R. Enlisted August 29, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged November 30, 1918 at Camp Gordon, Ga. Central Officers’ T. S.

Bamberg, Herman. Private, 48th Inf. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 1, 1919.

Bamberg, Samuel. Corporal, Engineers. Enlisted June 1, 1917 at Camp Mead.

Banos, James. Enlisted.

Barber, Roscoe Howard. Corporal, Co. A., 113 Artillery. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged August 5, 1919 Camp Dix, N. J.

Bardell, Seward. Enlisted.

Bardell, Wm. H. Enlisted.

Barker, Clarence E. Enlisted.

Barklow, Wm. Arthur. Private, 1st class, Co. G., 343rd Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Barkman, Manning W. Aviation. Enlisted.

Barnds, Leo. Private, Section 541 Ambulance Sect. Enlisted at Freeport. Died of typhoid and scarlet fever February 27, 1919 at Paris. Transcriber’s Note: The Gold Star Men List gives the date of death as February 27, 1918, which is probably wrong. Findagrave.com shows the date as February 27, 1919 but doesn’t provide a confirming tombstone photo (as of July 30, 2009).

Barnds, William. Sgt., CO. D. 341 Inf. Enlisted April 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged Dec. 16, 1918 at Camp Sherman, Ohio.

Barnes, Riley E. Private, Chemical Warfare Service. Enlisted December 10, 1917 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Discharged December 16, 1918 at Camp Sherman, Ohio.

Barr, James Herbert. Private, Co. C., 503rd Eng. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport.

Barrett, John Walton. 2nd Lieut., Q. M. Corps. Enlisted April 8, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 13, 1919 at Camp Hancock, Georgia.

Barrett, Leon R. Ships Cook, 1st class, U. S. Navy. Enlisted May 24, 1917 at Rockford (for 4 years). Entered war zone August 14, 1917 for 18 months.

Barrett, William Earl. Private, 5th Co., Inf. Replacement. Enlisted September 24, 1918 at Milwaukee, Wis. Discharged December 30, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Barth, Alfred W. Enlisted.

Bartley, Edward O. Enlisted.

Bast, Robert Clifton. Yeoman, 2nd class, U. S. Navy. Enlisted September 25, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged April 10, 1919 at Philadelphia.

Bastian, Leo. Private, 1st class, Co. H., 14th Inf. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 19, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Battiste, Earnist. Enlisted. Transcriber’s Note: His given name really is spelled Earnist in this book.

Bauch, Clement F. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 5, 1918 at Madison, Wis. Discharged December 13, 1918 at Madison.

Bauscher, Clarence Conrad. Private, Hdq. Co., 161st Depot Brigade. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 20, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Baxter, James R. Enlisted.

Beal, Earl. Corporal, Co. L, 6th Ill. Inf. Enlisted, Co. L, Freeport. Discharged April 20, 1917 at Springfield, Illinois.

Beard, Jacob W. Enlisted.

Beardsley, Archibald Clyde. Private, 1st class, 54th C. A. C. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 21, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Bechtold, Isaac Henry. Corporal, Co. G., 113th Am. Train. Enlisted May 25, 1918. Discharged January 24, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Bechtold, Nelson Lewis. Private, 1st class, Co. C., G. H. 2 M. P. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas. Transcriber’s Note: G. H. 2 M. P. stands for General Headquarters 2, Military Police.

Beck, Merton J. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted.

Becker, George Franklin. 2nd Lieut. Q. M. Corps. Enlisted September 10, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged December 2, 1918 at Camp Jos. E. Johnston, Fla.

Becker, Henry Addison. Private, 64th Inf., Hdq. Co. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 16, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Becker, Ralph. 62nd Inf. Enlisted.

Beckmeier, David. Corporal, Co. A, 1st Development Battalion, 342nd Inf. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 1, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Beddoes, Morris C. Private, S. A. T. C.

Bennehoff, John S. Private, 342nd Inf., Wagoner Supply Co. Enlisted September 23, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 1, 1918 at Camp Grant. Died January 24, 1919.

Beine, Harold Edward. Ensign, Reg. 22, Co. C., U. S. N. A. R. S. Enlisted July 31, 1918 at Chicago, Ill. Transcriber’s Note: U. S. N. A. R. S. probably stands for United States Navy Aero Reserve Service; I don’t think it refers to recovery and salvage.

Beke, Fred. Private, 1st class, 123rd Artillery. Enlisted June 29, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded in the hip.

Beke, James. Private, Q. M. C., 1st Salvage Co. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 25, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Bell, Jim. Enlisted.

Bender, Ira Jacob. Private, Co. G, 3rd U. S. Pioneers Inf. Enlisted July 21, 1918 at Pipe Stone, Minn. Service in France. Discharged July 30, 1919 Camp Dodge. Overseas 11 months.

Benfer, Orvin Day. Private, Co. I, 59th U. S. Reg., 4th Div. Enlisted February 19, 1918 at Freeport. Wounded September 13, 1918.

Bennehoff, John S. Private, 342nd Inf., Wagoner Supply Co. Enlisted September 23, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 1, 1918 at Camp Grant. Died January 24, 1919.
Obituary

Bennett, Ralph Andrew. U. S. Navy. Enlisted April 12, 1917 at Chicago. Still in service. Was on duty with U. S. Fleet in North Sea from December 1917 to December 1918. Escorted George Washington into Brest. With fleet when the Germans passed through (between the U. S. and British fleets) to surrender.

Benning, Ralph. Private, Co. B, 102nd Inf. 26th Div. Enlisted May 3, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged April 23, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded – left temple by shrapnel.

Bere, Melvin R. Private, 123rd F. A., Battery E. Enlisted July 1917 at Freeport. In active service with the 33rd and 36th Division.

Berg, David J. Private, Co. G, 48th Inf. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 27, 1919.

Berg, Fred David. Private, Co. H, 27th Inf., A. E. F. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. In Siberia.

Berker, Thomas. Ordnance Department. Enlisted.

Bertalot, Dane Gilette. Electrician, Navy. Enlisted March 15, 1918 at Great Lakes. Discharged December 1, 1918 and re-enlisted at Cambridge, Mass.

Best, Clarence Milford. Private, Hdq. Co., 48th Inf. Signal Corps. Enlisted June 2, at Fort Thomas, Ky. Died of influenza and pneumonia October 20, 1918 at Camp Sevier, S. C.
Obituary

Best, Dr. Elmer Howard. Captain, Medical Department. Enlisted April 15, 1918 at Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Discharged December 12, 1918 at Camp Greenleaf. The first physician from Stephenson County to offer his services. Attended O. T. C. at Camp Greenleaf. Took command of Co. 1, Bat. 15. Ordered to Chattanooga as Provost Marshal until discharged.

Best, Dr. Floyd E. 1st Lieut., Medical Corps. Enlisted March 2, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 1919 at Camp Grant.

Best, Fred T. Private, 1st Class, Co. C., 113th Field Signal Btn. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Camp Shelby, Miss. Discharged July 7, 1919 at Camp Mills. Served overseas.

Beuscher, Louis Henry. Corporal, S. A. T. C. Enlisted September 1, 1918 at Wheaton, Ill. Discharged December 11, 1918 at Wheaton.

Beyer, Albert M. Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Inf. Reg. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Served as Gas Instructor.

Bickenbach, Paul. Sergeant, Co. F, 168 Inf. Enlisted April 30, 1917 at Cedar Falls, Iowa. Discharged May 17, 1919 Des Moines, Iowa.

Biersach, Henry Louis. Sergeant, Base Hospital Detachment, Camp Pike, Ark. Enlisted April 13, 1918 at New York City, Gen. Hosp. No. 1. Discharged Nov, 20, 1919 at Camp Pike.

Biersach, Herbert Frederick. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Beloit, Wis. Died October 10, 1918 of influenza and pneumonia at Beloit.
Obituary

Biesemeier, Walter L. Co. M, 342nd Inf. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 12, 1919. Transferred to Co. D, 127th Inf., and served overseas.

Bigelow, Jerald Warren. Sergeant, 2nd Provisional Co., Camp Merritt, N. J. Enlisted July 31, 1918 at Jefferson Barracks. Discharged March 29, 1919.

Bike, James. Enlisted.

Billerbeck, Raymond E. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 14, 1918 at Champaign, Ill. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Champaign.

Billig, Donald J. Sergeant, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1918 at Beloit, Wis. Discharged December 1918 at Beloit.

Blackburn, Edward J. Private, Co. E, 318th Eng. Enlisted at Moline.

Block, Grover P. Sergeant, Bakery Co, 341. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged October 9, 1919 at Camp Dix. Overseas 18 mo. Re-enlisted October 10, 1919.

Block, Ralph Herman. Corporal, I. R. T. C. Enlisted June 15, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 13, 1919 at Camp Grant. Transcriber’s Note: I. R. T. C. stands for Infantry Recruit Training Center.

Blood, George L. Enlisted.

Bloom, William Joseph. Private, 3rd Machine Gun Btn. Enlisted April 1, 1918 at Akron, Ohio. Discharged September 27, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas 15 months.

Boeke, Charles L. 2nd Lieut., 34th F. A. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 17, 1918 at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.

Bogiazis, Nick. Enlisted.

Bokhoff, David Henry. Captain, Medical Corps, Air Service. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Kansas City. Discharged January 13, 1919 at Kelly Field, Texas.

Bolender, Janson Russell. Musician, 342nd Reg. Band, 86th Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged January 11, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Bolender, Milford Henry. Corporal, Hdq. Co., 14th Inf. 19th Div. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 27, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa.

Bolender, Ray Clinton. Gunners Mate, U. S. Naval Aviation. Enlisted June 4, 1918 at Chicago, Discharged March 4, 1919 at Hampton Roads, Va.

Bollman, Leroy. Enlisted.

Bolsar, Alfred. Private, 123rd F. A., Battery E, 33rd. Enlisted March 1917 at Freeport.

Bolsar, Clarence. Private, 27th Inf. Enlisted May1, 1918 at Freeport. In Siberia.

Bolsar, Oscar. Private, Battery D, 1st F. A., U. S. Regulars. Enlisted May 1917 at Fort Sill, Okla. Discharged March 28, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa.

Bons, Emil. Private 1st class, Co. I., 26th Infantry. Enlisted July 25, 1917 at Whitewater, Wis. Discharged May 28, 1919 at Camp Upton. Wounded twice -- Cantigny, Soissons, St. Mihiel, Argonne, Meuse.

Bookman, Dale. Private, Battery D, 75th Railroad Artillery. Enlisted March 13, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 24, 1919 Camp Grant. Overseas for 6 months.

Bordner, Charles L. Private, Central Record Office, France. Enlisted May 30, 1918.

Bordner, Kent. Ambulance Corps. Enlisted.

Bordner, Jay Clifford. Segt., Amublance Corps, 56th Det. Enlisted June 28, 1917 at Freeport, Discharged May 13, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Bordner, Terrance Jennings. Sergeant Major, 315th Engineers, Med. Detachment. Enlisted June 28, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 28, 1919 at Camp Dodge after 13 months’ service overseas.

Borger, Roy H. Corporal, Co. E, 39th Inf., 4th D. Enlisted September 1, 1917 at DeKalb, Ill. Discharged August 14, 1919 at Camp Dodge. Overseas.

Borgmeier, Charles Edward. Private, 23rd Tr., Co. G., 2 M. T. D. Enlisted July 16, 1918 at Camp Grant. Died October 4, 1918 at Camp Hancock, Ga. Of influenza and pneumonia. Transcriber’s Note: M. T. D. means Mounted.
Obituary

Bornemeier, Henry H. Private, 23rd Co., Inf., 161 Depot Brig. Enlisted September 6, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 12, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Bosdorf, Albert W. Corporal, F. A. Enlisted.

Bosdorf, Frank. 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. In Siberia.

Bosshart, Walter. Enlisted.

Bouloubasakis, Mathew. Enlisted.

Bouray, Warden. Enlisted.

Bowen, Clyde. Buglar, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted, Co. L. at Freeport.

Boyer, Charles Edward. Private, Marine Corps. Enlisted July 13, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged August 11, 1919 at Hampton Roads, N. C. Overseas one year.

Boyer, Jesse A. Private, 1st class, Co. H., 129th Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted June 5, 1917 at Rockford. Discharged June 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded by shrapnel September 1918. Overseas one year.

Boyer, Robert R. Private, Co. B, 39th Inf., 4th Div. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged August 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Brace, Ralph. Enlisted.

Bramsata, Sam. Enlisted.

Brandt, Alfred E. Corporal, Co. 54, Balloon Air Service. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 18, 1918 at Texas.

Brandt, Harry P. Corporal, Co. E, 325th, 82nd Div. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Overseas.

Brandt, Henry H. Enlisted.

Brandt, William V. Enlisted.

Brannick, Michael. Private, 31st Engineers. Enlisted March 25, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged July 29, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas one year.

Branthaver, Roy. Enlisted.

Brashears, James F. Enlisted.

Brau, Henry J. Sergeant Major, Q. M. Dept. Enlisted May 30, 1918, at Freeport. Discharged.

Brechtel, Carl Anthony. Corporal, Military Band. Enlisted May 18, 1917 at Waterloo, Iowa. Overseas.

Briggs, John W. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Marion, Ia., Cornell College. Discharged December 15, 1918 at Mt. Vernon, Ia.

Brinkmeier, Oscar Rheinhold. Private, 1st class, Co. G, 27th Inf. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged October 14, 1919 at Camp Dodge. In Siberia.

Britt, Raymond Lewis. Naval Aviation Corps. Enlisted June 14, 1917 at Rockford, Ill. Discharged December 24, 1918 at Great Lakes, Ill.

Broge, Clifford L. Sergeant, 74th Inf. Enlisted June 12, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged February 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Brokhausen, Fred H. Private, 1st class, 318th Infantry, 80th Div. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 12, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Gassed. Overseas service.

Brookman, John George. Saddler, 32nd Engineers. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged April 11, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Brooks, John. Balloon Aviation Section. Enlisted.

Brown, Albert H. Enlisted.

Brown, George A. Musician, 1st class, U. S. Navy. Enlisted April 11, 1918 at Great Lakes. Discharged December 14, 1918 at Great Lakes.

Brown, Harry. Private, 1st class, 123rd Artillery. Enlisted.

Brown, Lee B. Private, 812th Infantry. Enlisted September 26, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 18, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Brubaker, Chester Edward. Private, Engineers and Field Artillery. Enlisted August 2, 1918 at Hart, Mich. Discharged December 31, 1918. Camp Custer, Mich.

Brubaker, Clarence B. Enlisted. Navy.

Brubaker, Clarence E. Private, 498 Aero Squadron. Enlisted January 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 27, 1919 at Camp Grant. Served overseas for 4 months.

Brubaker, Clark Hutchison. Private, Ordnance Corps. Enlisted September 1, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged January 17, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Brubaker, Mervin. Private, Canadian Eng. Enlisted June 19, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged September 28, 1918 at Camp Niagara.

Brubaker, Ray L. Private, 123rd Infantry. Enlisted. Shot through the nose.

Bucher, Joseph J. Los Angeles, Calif.

Buchta, Lynn John. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 12, 1918 at Carthage, Ill. Discharged December 11, 1918 at Carthage College, Carthage, Ill.

Bunker, Harry S. S. A. T. C.

Burchell, Harley Eugene. Sergeant, Aviation, 1103 Aero Squadron. Enlisted May 16, 1917 at Rockford. Torpedoed. Discharged May 10, 1919. Overseas 21 months.

Burgess, Walter E. Private, 258 Co., 129th Btn., 83rd Div. Motor Cycle Corps. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 15, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas 10 months.

Burgy, Daniel F. Enlisted.

Burington, Irvin O. Private, Med. Enlisted Reserve Corps. Enlisted December 28, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged January 4, 1919 at Chicago. Transcriber’s Note: This same information was also printed under the name Burlington, Irvin O. I have been unable to find a Draft Registration Card for either spelling or any other information which might confirm which spelling is correct.

Burke, George. Private, Bat. E., 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted, Co. L, at Freeport.

Burns, George H. Enlisted.

Burns, John James. Mech., 31st Eng. Corps, 1st Co., 14th Grand Div. Enlisted March 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 23, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Burns, Ray. Enlisted.

Burwell, Edward Everett, Jr. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Evanston, Ill. Discharged December 16, 1918 at Evanston, Ill.

Busch, Leroy. Enlisted.

Bush, Gustav Frederick. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 15, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 6, 1918 at Chicago.

Buske, John. Private, Bat. E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted Co. L, Freeport.

Butler, Luther. Enlisted.

Butley, William. Enlisted.

Buttel, John H. Private, 1st class, 263rd M. P. Co., 132nd Battalion. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged August 4, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas 10 months.

Butterfield, Charles Frank Marlin. Lieut., U. S. Naval Reserve Force. Enlisted June 21, 1918 at Rock City, Ill. Discharged January 29, 1919.

Byers, Lawrence Romaine. Private, 1st class, M. G. Co., 325th Inf. 82nd Div. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 24, 1919 at Camp Grant.


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Calkins, William Barrabee, Jr. Private, 1st Wis. Nat. Guard. Enlisted May 1917 at Beloit, Wis. Overseas.

Cadwell, Jay L. Musician, 3rd class, Hdq. Co., 29th Reg. C. A. C. Enlisted April 3, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 30, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Calam, Robert. Private, 1st class, Co. D, Signal Corps, 5th Battalion. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 17, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Calkins, Frank W. Private, 14th Inf., Regular Army. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 12, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Calkins, Henry J. Corporal, 8th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 1, 1919 at Camp Fremont.

Callan, Arthur Joseph. Private, Field Artillery, Res. Division. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 17, 1919 at Camp Taylor, Ky.

Camerer, Raymond George. Private, U. S. Marine Corps. Enlisted August 5, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged January 11, 1919 at U. S. M. Barracks, Quantico, Va.

Campbell, Gregory. Signaller, Canadian Garrison Artillery. Enlisted February 10, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged March 6, 1919 at Toronto. Wounded by shrapnel at Cambrai. Served overseas about 11 months.

Candy, Walter Charles. Sergeant, Hdq. Co., Co. A., Central Records Office, Army Service Corps. France. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas 16 months. Discharged August 23, 1919 at Camp Lee, Va.

Cannon, Robert Vernon. Cook, Co. E., 350th Inf., 88th Div. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Camp Dodge. Discharged June 1919 at Camp Dodge. Wounded in Toul Sector. Hospital for 5 weeks.

Cannova, Cologero. Enlisted.

Cantrill, Boyd. Navy. Enlisted.

Cantrill, Earl I. Cook, Hdq. Co., 123rd Field Artillery. Enlisted 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 8, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Carbiener, Edward A. Private, Co. A., 132nd Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Camp Grant. Killed in action August 5, 1918. Transcriber’s Note: His name is spelled Carbeiner in the text, but his American Soldiers of World War I shows it as Carbiener. Obituary

Cardin, John E. Medical Dept., U. S. Navy. Enlisted July 6, 1917 at Great Lakes.

Carels, Aloysius John. Private, 1st class, 62nd Eng. Co. C. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Discharged July 9, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Carey, George Thomas. Sgt., 1st class, Co. H, 8th Inf. Med. Det. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged April 10, 1919 at Camp Grant. Served in France for 6 months.

Carey, Thomas Raymond. Private, Co. G, 27th Inf. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged October 14, 1919 at Camp Dodge. In Siberia.

Carnahan, Roscoe Jason. Lieut., Field Artillery Replacement Troops. Enlisted October 23, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 3, 1918 at Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky.

Carter, Cyrus. W. Private, 1st class, Air Service Truck Driver. Enlisted December 10, 1917 at Chicago. Discharted January 14, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Casford, Charles W. Private, Infantry. Enlisted April 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 1919 at Camp Funston.

Casford, George. Private, Bat. A., 138th Field Artillery. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 11, 1919 at Louisville, Ky.

Casper, John. Private, Co. G, 14th Inf., Camp Grant.

Castales, Alex. Enlisted.

Caudle, Roy W. Enlisted.

Cazel, Luther Bain. Enlisted September 4, 1918 at Freeport. 5 Ltd. Service Reg. Died October 6, 1918 at Camp Grant.
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Ceroni, John. Private, 1st class, 123rd Field Art. Enlisted July 7, 1917, Rock Island Arsenal. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Chambers, Ray. Private, 1st class, 86th Div. Inf. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport, Illinois. Discharged July 18, 1919 at Camp Grant

Chandler, Richard M. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 7, 1918 at Galesburg, Ill. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Galesburg.

Chapman, Clarence William. Private, Motor Co. No. 2, Training Unit 107. Enlisted June 22, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 3, 1918 at Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Fla.

Chesne, Alexander. Corporal, Co. A, 107 M. G. Btn., 28th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 14, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Chiamopoulos, James N. 1st class private – 53rd Field Artillery. Enlisted June 1, 1918 Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Discharged February 14, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Christen, John J. Corporal, 123rd H. Field Art., 33rd Div. Enlisted July 7, 1917 at Rock Island. Overseas. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Christenson, Eric C. D. 1st class Private, Battery A, 126th F. A. Enlisted June 4, 1917 at Clinton, Iowa. Discharged January 20, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Overseas from September 24, 1918 until January 4, 1919.

Christenson, John. Corporal, 123rd F. A. Enlisted.

Christian, John H. Corporal, 123rd H. F. Artillery, Battery E. Enlisted at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Christman, Edward. Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps. Enlisted January 7, 1913 at Mare Island, Calif.

Cicero, Gaspare. Enlisted.

Clark, Benjamin Harrison. Rt. Coxswain, U. S. S. Florida, U. S. Navy. Enlisted March 29, 1917 at Great Lakes. Discharged January 22, 1919 at New York. Operated 13 months with the Grand Fleet in the North Sea.

Clark, Harla. Enlisted.

Clarke, Clement. S. Corp. Enlisted July 20, 1916. Served in the Philippines and Siberia. Discharged October 26, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. Transcriber’s Note: This entry for Clement Clarke does not appear in the Honor Roll of the Great War. It was handwritten in the copy of the book I purchased online. I have transcribed two articles on the Siberian Campaign (for The Great War Society’s website) which confirm that Clement Clarke served in the Philippines and Siberia.

Clausen, John Thomas. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Beloit.

Clay, Byron Eugene. 1st class private, Infantry. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 18, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Cobb, Smith D. Lieutenant.

Cockerman, Harry. Enlisted.

Coffman, Merritt J. Private, 81st Field Artillery. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged Februray 17, 1919 at Camp Knox, Ky.

Cohen, Israel. Corporal, Supply Co., 34nd Inf., Co. G. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged July 7, 1919 at Camp Lee, Va.

Colon, Cristobal. Co. E., 7th Infantry. Overseas.

Collins, William Thomas. 1st Lieut., Medical Corps. Enlisted August 26, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 6, 1918 at Fort Riley, Kansas. Still in Medical Reserve Corps.

Colvin, Allen Benoni. Pharmacist’s Mate, 1st class, Medical Corps, Navy. Enlisted June 6, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged March 29, 1919 at Hoboken, N. Y. Made 11 round trips to France. Had 2 submarine encounters. Transcriber’s Note: Obviously Hoboken is in New Jersey, not New York.

Condogeorge, Peter. 311th Engineers. Enlisted September 1917 at Freeport.

Cooney, Francis James. 1st Segt., 346th Inf., 87th Div. Selected.

Cordes, Jacob H. Master Gunner, Hdqts. Det., 2nd Bat.. 52nd C. A. C. Enlisted April 3, 1918 at Havanna, Ill. Discharged January 25, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas 3 months.

Cotton, James Lawrence. Sgt., Tank Service. Enlisted September 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged November 16, 1918 at Gettysburg, Pa.

Cox, George T. Corporal, 1st Field Battalion, Signal Corps, 2nd Div. Enlisted May 24, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged May 1919 at Camp Mills.

Crain, Charles F. Colonel of the 58th Infantry, 84th Div. Enlisted June 17, 1890 at West Point, N. Y. Chief of Operation Section, G-3 of 1st Army. Served at Camp Taylor and in France.

Crane, Clarence James. Private, 1st class, Casual Camp Co. No. 2. Enlisted September 5, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Crase, Chas. Roy. Private, 3rd Co., 2 D. B. T. Enlisted September 4, 1918 at Freeport. Enlisted, September 4, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 20, 1919 at Camp Taylor. Transcriber’s Note: The meaning of D. B. T. has not been determined.

Crawford, Carroll Albert. Radio Electrician, 2nd class, U. S. S. Newport News, U. S. N. Enlisted July 6, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged August 25, 1919 at Great Lakes. Instructor in Navy School at Harvard University.

Crawford, Charles Miller. Private, 1st class, Dental Unit No. 1, Camp Grant. Enlisted September 1918 at Minneapolis, Minn. Discharged August 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Crockett, Leslie Herbert. Shipwriter and Executive Officer’s Yeoman, U. S. S. Mayflower. Enlisted April 24, 1918 at Municipal Pier, Chicago.

Crockett, Louis David. Radio 2 C. Battleship Virginia. Enlisted May 18, 1918 at Great Lakes, Ill.

Crockett, Newell Preston. Top Sgt., Officers Training School. Enlisted September 4, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged December 4, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Cromwell, William M. Private, 14th Inf., M. G. Co. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Crosson, John Charles. 1st class Private, 342nd Supply Co., Hdq. Det. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas for 10 months.

Crow, Kenneth Isaac. Private, 1st class, Co. A., 13th Engs. Railway, A. E. F. Enlisted May 30, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged May 14, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded Nov. 1917.

Crowe, Samuel Andrew. Corporal, Machine Gun Btn., 325th Inf., 82nd Div. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 24, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Cunningham, Clemie Alphonso. Corporal, Co. B., 77th Inf. Enlisted August 23, 1917 at Indianapolis, Ind. Discharged January 28, 1919 at Camp Custer.

Cureau, Chas. Enlisted.


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Dahlmer, Herman. Enlisted.

Dahms, Kearney F. Corporal, 545 M. T. C. (Q. M. C.) Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 28, 1919 at Camp Grant. Transcriber’s Note: M. T. C. (Q. M. C.) means Motor Transport Company of the Quartermaster Corps.

Damier, Benjamin A. Corporal, Co, A., 132nd Inf., 33rd Div. Overseas. Enlisted at Freeport.

Damman, Paul. Enlisted. Musician, 1st class, U. S. S. Mississippi. Navy.

Daniels, Clifford. Hospital Sgt., Medical Corps. Enlisted April 6, 1917 at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. Discharged March 27, 1919 at Philadelphia. Served with the U.S. Navy in coast patrol and then joined the Medical Unit.

Datt, Frank John. Sergeant, Q. M. C. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged March 4, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Datt, Henry W. Petty Officer, U. S. Navy. Enlisted May 22, 1918 at Freeport.

Daughenbaugh, Alfred Caddwell. Fireman, U. S. Navy. Enlisted December 2, 1917 at Great Lakes. Discharged December 28, 1918 at Great Lakes.

Daughenbaugh, Elias. Enlisted.

Daughenbaugh, Silas E. Enlisted.

Davis, Carl Henry. Private, Co. A., 132nd Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted September 20, 1917 at Freeport. In active service from July 4, 1918 until the end of the war. Battles of Hamel, Argonne, Meuse, and Verdun.

Davis, Edwin. Enlisted at Camp Dodge.

Davis, Edwin Phillip. Corporal, Ordnance Dept., Bordeaux. Enlisted November 1917 at Rock Island. Discharged June 1919 at Camp Mills.

Davis, Everett Ward. 2nd class, Q. M. A., U. S. N. R. F. Enlisted January 19, 1918 at Great Lakes. Discharged January 17, 1919 at Pelham By Park, New York.

Davis, Floyd W. Enlisted.

Davis, Leonard. 2nd Lieut. Coast Artillery. Enlisted June 1917 at Champaign.

Davis, Walter, Stewart. Enlisted, U. S. N. R. F. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Municipal Pier.

Daws, Archie Leland. Enlisted at Globe, Arizona.

Dawson, James Roscoe. 2nd Lieut., U. S. Reserve. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 1, 1918 at Camp Pike, Ark.

Decklar, Clarence C. Enlisted

Degan, Leander J. Private, 1st class, 152nd Trans. Corps. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged November 4, 1919 at Camp Dix, N. J.

DeJongh, John Harold. Mess. Sgt., Co. D., 139th Macine Gun. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged.

Delaney, Joseph Patrick. Sgt., Co. C, 6th Field Signal Btn. Enlisted June 28, 1917 at Freeport. In Battle of the Argonne.

Demeter, Theodore Frederick. Private, 75th Co., 6th Reg., U. S. Marines. Enlisted February 1, 1918 at Freeport. Wounded at Chateau Thierry July 2, 1918. Rejoined his regiment July 22, and was killed in action September 16, 1918.
Obituary

Denney, Frank Earl. Corporal, Truck Div., 6th Engineer Train, 3rd Div. Enlisted May 22, 1917 at Rockford. Overseas.

DeSett, Thomas. Enlisted.

DeVoe, Earl Lawrence. 3rd class Seaman, U. S. N. R. F. Enlisted October 2, 1918 at Urbana, Ill. Discharged December 22, 1918 at Urbana.

DeVoe, Leslie R. Corporal, Advance Ordnance Dept. No. 4. Enlisted November 24, 1917 at Freeport. In service in Jonchery, Haute Marne. Transcriber’s Note: Jonchery probably refers to Jonchery-sur-Vesle, a small village west of Reims.

DeVoe, Urvin Rollo. 1st Lieut., 162nd Depot Brigade. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged.

Dezell, George. Corporal, M. T. C. 793. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged April 15, 1919 at Camp Eustis, Va.

Dickman, William C. 1st class private, Co. D., 355th Inf., 89th Div. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Freeport. Served in the army of occupation.

Diddens, George Alfred. Truck Master, Truck M. School, Purdue U. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 14, 1918 at Purdue U., Lafayette, Ind.

Diddens, Henry. Private, Bat. E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted, Co. L., Freeport.

Diepenbrock, John. Private. Enlisted September 6 at Camp Grant. Discharged December 29, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Diestelmeier, Albert C. 1st class Private, 36th Med. Rep’t Unit. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 12, 1919 at Camp Mills.

Dieterman, John. Enlisted.

Dildine, Wm. Edwin. Private, Co. 8, S. A. T. C., U. of Illinois. Enlisted October 15, 1918 at Urbana. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Urbana.

Dillon, Henry Harold. Private, 123rd H. F. A., Bat. E, 33rd Div. Enlisted May 1916 at Freeport, Co. L. Served in the army of occupation.

Dippell, Carl B. Corporal, Co. C, 108th Field Signal Btn., 33rd Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Six months service with the 131st (Dandy first). With the Army of Occupation in Diekirch, Lux.

Dippell, Lawrence. 1st class Private, Gunner, Coast Art., Bat. F, 60th Art. Enlisted December 11, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 26, 1919 at Camp Grant. In France from April 23, 1918 until January 26, 1919. St. Mihiel, Meuse, Argonne.

Dittsworth, Frank. Private, Engineers Corps. Ordnance Dept. Gassed. In hospital in Fort Sheridan.

Ditzler, Stanley H. Private, 132nd Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 30, 1919 at Camp Grant. Over the top on July 4, 1918 and three times after that.

Dixon, Clarence. Corporal, Signal Corps, Co. C, 314th Field Corps. Enlisted at Debaca County, N. M.

Dixon, Leo W. Private, Co. G, 39th Infantry. Enlisted March 18, 1918 at Savanna. Wounded August 5, 1918.

Dixon, Taylor. Siberia. Transcriber’s Note: Taylor Dixon’s name does not appear in this book, but was handwritten in the copy of the book I purchased online.

Dodson, Charles O. Cook, 342nd Supply Co., 86th Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Dole, Herman Walter. Musician, Hdq. Co., M. T. C. Enlisted December 15, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged January 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Donker, John Edward. 1st Lieut., Co. L, I. N. G. (old 6th Ill.) Enlisted April 1917 at Freeport. Served in Intelligence Section, Gen. Hdq., France. Transcriber’s Note: I. N. G. stands for Illinois National Guard.

Doty, Frank Martin. Private, Battery D, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Served with the army of occupation in Luxembourg.

Doyle, Harry P. Private, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted April 17, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 5, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Doyle, William Arthur. Wagoner, Supply Co., 342nd Infantry, 86th Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Served in France.

Dreibelbis, Leslie R. Private, Co. H, 14th Inf. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 9, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Dresser, Earl George. 3rd class Radio, Harvard Radio School. Enlisted April 26, 1918 at Great Lakes.

Dreyer, Jasons Halsted. Corporal, Battery C, 147th Field Artillery. Enlisted July 17, 1917. Voluneer, Brookings, S. D. Discharged May 23, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Ia. Overseas 17 months.

Frusen, William Francis.

Dubs, Leo Robert. 1st Top Sergeant, Q. M. Corps. Enlisted October 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged April 9, 1919 at Camp Logan, Texas.

Duffy, Charles P. Enlisted.

Duffy, John F. Enlisted.

Dullum, Ivan. Private, 123rd Artillery. Enlisted at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Durridge, Frank. Private, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted, Co. L, at Freeport.

Duth, Frank. Private, 8th Inf., then Guard duty at Rockwell Aviation Field. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 29, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Dwyer, Charles Lester. Private, Regular Army, Co. C, 340th Inf., 85th Div. Enlisted May 7, 1917 at Rockford. Gassed on October 9, 1918.


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Eastman, Frank Wesley. 36th Co., 161st Depot Brig. Enlisted September 5, 1918. Discharged December 12, 1918.

Eberle, Clem L. Corporal, Depot Brigade. Enlisted September 6, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 1, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Eberle, Robert Mathews. 2nd class Machinists Mate, Submarine. Enlisted July 29, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged January 3, 1919. On duty at submarine base at Brest, France.

Eberle, Theodore Aloysius. Yeoman, 3rd class, U. S. N. Enlisted April 30, 1918 at Great Lakes. Discharged August 25, 1919 at Great Lakes.

Eby, Frank D. Private, F. A. C. O. T. S. Enlisted April 3, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged November 24, 1918 at Camp Taylor, Ky. Transcriber’s Note: F. A. C. O. T. S. stands for Field Artillery Central Officers Training School.

Eder, Dewey Raymond. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 18, 1918 at Naperville, Ill. Discharged December 20, 1918 at Naperville.

Eder, Frederick William. Private, Co. B, 341 Infantry. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport.

Edler, Roman P. Corporal, 329th Infantry, 86th Division. Enlisted April 18, 1918 at Chicago. Overseas for five months.

Edler, Russel William. Signal, Quarter Master, U. S. Navy. Enlisted April 13, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged June 3, 1919 at Great Lakes. Service in war zone 14 months.

Edmondson, William Samuel. Private, Educational Commission, Bordeaux. Enlisted June 24, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged May 9, 1919 at Camp Grant. Six months overseas as art editor, The Courier, Bordeaux.

Edwards, Clyde Dean. Private, Air Service. Enlisted April 10, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 1, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Eels, Cash R. Sergeant, Expert Rifleman, 17th Cavalry, Troop E. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at Freeport.

Eels, William Henry. 1st class Private, 1st Cavalry. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at Rockford. Discharged September 13, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Egan, Daniel William. Mechanic, 14th Co., Transportation Corps. Enlisted May 5, 1918 at Camp Laurel, Md. Discharged August 4, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Egan, Eugene Francis. 2nd Lieut., Infantry. Enlisted 1898 at Rockford. Died March 23, 1919 at Arennach, Germany. Served for 10 years in Light Artillery.

Egdorf, Frank C. Enlisted.

Eichelberger, Clark. Corporal, Supply Co., 312. Enlisted September 8, 1917 in Chicago. Discharged July 15, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas for 14 months.

Eichelberger, Joseph Herbert. Private , Co. A, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Beloit College, Wis. Discharged December 25, 1918 at Beloit.

Eisenbise, Ray. Petty Officer, Navy. Enlisted May 3, 1918 at Freeport.

Ellinger, Clayton. Sergeant, Co. A, 129th Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted June 22, 1916 at DeKalb, Ill. Discharged June 6, 1919 at Camp Grant. Gassed October 5, 1918 at Bois Danneroux. Served in Meuse-Argonne and at Danneroux, Gercourt and Somme offensives. Transcriber’s Note: Danneroux and Gercourt were part of the Meuse-Argonne offensives.

Ellis, Francis E. Private, Co. M, 344th Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged April 2, 1919 at Camp Grant. Gassed. Overseas for 6 months.

Elvey, George Noel. Sergeant, Q. M. Corps. Enlisted September 16, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 31, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Emford, Raymond. 1st class Private, Battery D, 123rd F. A. Enlisted December 12, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged January 27, 1919 at Camp Grant. Gassed, St. Mihiel Sector.

Emmert, Paul. Corporal, 123rd F. A. Enlisted June 1917 at Rock Island. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Emrich, Dwight M. 1st class Private, Air Service. Enlisted May 18, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged December 12, 1918 at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas.

Engle, Benjamin F. Enlisted.

Engle, Robert H. 1st Lieut., 41st Infantry. Enlisted 1917 at Urbana, Ill., U. of Illinois. Discharged March 3, 1919 at Camp Funston, Kansas.

Ennenga, Carl. 1st Lieut., 124th Machine Gun Btn. Enlisted I.N. G., Co. C. Discharged April 3, 1919 at Chillicothe, Ohio. Overseas for 10 months. Transcriber’s Note: I. N. G. stands for Illinois National Guard.

Ennenga, William. Electrician, 3rd Class, Radio, Naval Reserve. Enlisted January 2, 1918 at Great lakes, Ill. Discharged February 7, 1919 at New London, Conn.

Entmeier, Alfred S. Sergeant, Q. M. C. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged March 22, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Entmeier, Simon August. Private, 1st class, Co. C, 127th Inf., 32nd Div. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 17, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded in action twice.

Enzler, John J. Private, Co. F., 48th Inf. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 6, 1919 at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.

Epley, James Howard. Private, 36th Medical Replacement Unit. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Was Ward Master in Main Hospital, France. Discharged August 5, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Epstein, William. Private, 85th Div. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Chicago, Ill.

Erwin, Lowell Earl. Private, 461st Aero Squadron. Enlisted December 8, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged February 5, 1919 at Camp Pike, Ark.

Eson, Elmo K. Private, S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Enlisted October 14, 1918 at Champaign, Ill. Died of pneumonia, December 6, 1918

Euler, John. Private, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted Co. L at Freeport.

Evans, Earl E. Photographer, Free Lance Regiment. Enlisted November 20, 1917 at St. Paul, Minn. Discharged.

Evans, Evie. 1st Sgt., 58th F. A. Brig., Hdq. Det. Enlisted Co. L, February 1916 at Freeport. Discharged June 1919 at Camp Grant.

Evers, Alfred H. Corporal, Co. B, 9th Machine Gun Btn. Enlisted at Freeport. In the army of occupation at Niedermendag.

Everts, Onno A. 1st class Private, Hdq. Co., 129th Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. With the army of occupation in Luxembourg until April 27, 1919. Discharged June 6, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Everts, Wm. R. Corporal, M. G. Co., 14th Inf. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 1, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Ewing, William Thomas. Private, Sweeney Auto School, Kansas City, Mo. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 10, 1918 at Kansas City, Mo.


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Fahey, Thomas. Transcriber’s Note: There is nothing on this listing other than his name.

Fahey, William. Private, Bat. A, 16th Field Art., 4th Div. Enlisted December 9, 1915 at Chicago, Ill. Overseas for 18 months. Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel. Guard duty in Gary, Ind. Discharged December 18, 1919 at Gary.

Fahs, Raymond C. Private, Co. G, 14th Inf. U. S. Reg. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport, Ill.

Fair, Donald S. Private, 156th Aero Squadron. Enlisted December 15, 1917 at Oakland, Cal. Discharged December 17, 1918 at Garden City, Long Island. Overseas for 4 months.

Farrell, A. E. Enlisted at Bellham, N. Y. U. S. N.

Farrow, Joseph C. Private, Bat. E, 123rd H. F. A. Died. Transcriber’s Note: H. F. A. stands for Heavy Field Artillery.

Fate, Heber Bingham. Radio-Electrician, U. S. N. R. Enlisted December 17, 1917 at Chicago, Illinois.

Faubell, Guy W. Enlisted. Ft. Thomas, Ky.

Faubell, J. H. Transcriber’s Note: There is nothing on this listing other than his name.

Faurer, John Wm. Co. L, 135th Inf.

Featherling, Clyde Darwin. 2nd Lieutenant, Officers Reserve Inf. Enlisted May 1, 1918. Discharged December 3, 1918 at Camp Pike.

Fenton, Harry. Transcriber’s Note: There is nothing on this listing other than his name.

Fickert, John Edward. Private, 13th Engineers-Ry. Enlisted October 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 14, 1919 at Camp Grant. In France for 15 months.

Fields, Willford M. Private, Co. E, 14th Inf. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 6, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Fink, Donald. Navy Band.

Finn, William J. Private, 31st Eng. Corps. Enlisted February 15, 1918 at Freeport, Ill.

Finican, William Brady. Private, 102nd Guard Co. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 19, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Fischer, Elmer Edward. Private, Co. H., 8th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Died May 23, 1918 at Camp Fremont.

Fischer, Ferdinand. Transcriber’s Note: There is nothing on this listing other than his name.

Fischer, Ralph A. Private. Enlisted, October 14, 1918 at Freeport, Ill.

Fisher, Emil. Transcriber’s Note: There is nothing on this listing other than his name.

Fisher, Frederick H. 1st class Private, 32nd Div., Veterinary Corps. Enlisted October 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 22, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas for 15 months.

Fisher, Herbert D. 1st class Private, Aviation Section. Enlisted December 10, 1917 at Chicago. Signal Corps, M. M. D. M. A. Discharged August 19, 1919 at Camp Grant. Transcriber’s Note: The meaning of M. M. D. M. A. has not been determined.

Fisher, Lawrence Glen. Lieutenant, French Automobile Army and American Field Service Red Cross. Enlisted April 16, 1917, Paris, France. Discharged September 5, 1918 at New York. Wounded in battle of Chemin des Dames, August 21, 1917 and sent home.

Fisher, Wm. 1st Sergeant, Co. L, 6th Ill. Infantry. Enlisted at Freeport. Discharged April 21, 1917 at Springfield.

Fitzpatrick, James A. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted.

Flanigan, Chas. F. Private, R. T. C. Enlisted April 8, 1918 at Rockford. Discharged September 25, 1919 at Camp Dodge. Transcriber’s Note: R. T. C. stands for Reserve Training Corps.

Fletcher, John Humphrey. Private, Medical Department. Enlisted September 4, 1918 at Freeport.

Flynn, Edward. 1st class Marine. Enlisted July 12, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged March 11, 1919 at Dover, New Jersey.

Fogel, Russell. Corporal, 123rd H. F. A., Bat. E. Enlisted 1916 at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Folgate, Peter Cleveland. Corporal, 6th I. N. G. Enlisted at Freeport, Co. L. Discharged June 29, 1917 at Springfield. Transcriber’s Note: I. N. G. stands for Illinois National Guard.

Folgate, Ryamond LeRoy. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 24, 1918 at Chicago Y. M. C. A. College. Discharged December 13, 1918 at Chicago.

Fonken, Floyd Franklyn. Gun Captain, U. S. Navy. Enlisted October 18, 1917 at Rockford.

Fonken, Wm. Andrew. 1st Air Service, Mich. Regt., Co. E. Enlisted December 12, 1917 at Dayton, Ohio.

Foreman, Abe. Enlisted.

Foreman, Joseph J. Enlisted.

Fosler, Wm. J. Private, Bat. E, 123rd H. Field Artillery. Enlisted July 7, 1917, Co. L. at Rock Island Arsenal. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Foss, LeRoy Merrill. Candidate, Central Inf. Officers T. S., Co. M. Enlisted October 3, 1918 at Champaign. Discharged December 3, 1918 at Camp MacArthur, Texas.

Fosselman, John. 1st class Private, Co. B, 8th M. P. Camp Lee, Va. Enlisted May 5, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 6, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Fowler, Bert. Sgt., 17th Cavalry, Troop M, Douglas, Arizona. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at Rockford.

Fowler, Clarence R. Sergeant, 17th Cavalry, Troop E. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at Rockford.

Foy, Torrey E. Musician, U. S. Navy, 6th Reg. Band. Enlisted June 7, 1918 at Municipal Pier, Chicago. Released August 15, 1919 at Great Lakes.

Francis, Chester Arthur. Private (acting Sergeant), S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 7, 1918 at Decatur, Ill., Milliken U. Discharged December 20, 1918 at Decatur.

Frank, Archie Charles. 1st class Private, 57th Balloon Co. Enlisted June 13, 1917 at Sycamore. Discharged December 15, 1918 at Morrison, Va.

Frank, Wm. M. 1st Class Musician, Navy Band. Enlisted July 10, 1917 at Chicago.

Frankenfield, Ellis. Corporal, Co. I, 166th Inf., 42nd Div. Enlisted Feb. 13, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 5, 1919 at Camp Custer, Mich.

Frankenfield, Miles R. Private, 1st class, 263rd M. P. Co., 132 M. P. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged August 4, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Frantz, Russel G. 2nd Lieut., Ordnance Reserve Corps. Enlisted March 2, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 25, 1919 at Camp Hancock, Ga.

Franz, Joseph R. Private, Co. G, 15th Infantry. Enlisted May 29, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 14, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Frautschy, Ralph H. Sergeant, Co. L, 123rd H. F. A., Battery E. Enlisted June 25, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas.

Frautschy, Roy Clifford. Corporal, Hdq. Detachment, 58th F. A. Brigade. Enlisted June 24, 1917 at Rock Island. Discharged June 8, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas.

Frazier, Lawrence L. Sgt., I. M. C. Enlisted. Transcriber’s Note: The meaning of I. M. C. has not been determined.

Freiburg, Edmund. Enlisted.

Freidag, Wm. Navy. Enlisted.

Friedli, Walter. Enlisted.

Frueh, Carl E. Private (baker), School for Cooks and Bakers. Enlisted February 4, 1918 at Camp Grant. Discharged.

Frueh, Walter. Cook, Co. D, 13th Ry. Engineers. Enlisted September 23, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 6 1919 at Camp Grant.

Fry, Dickinson Conrad. 1st Lieutenant, U. S. Navy. Entered Annapolis June 1910 for 8 years. Resigned February 1919, China.

Fryer, Clarence W. Private, Hdq. Co. No. 1, Depot Brigade. Enlisted.

Fuller, Frank. 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted.

Fuller, Hobart LaVere. Private, Battery C, 9th F. Artillery. Enlisted April 12, 1918 at Jefferson Barracks.

Fuller, Kryle. Private, 1st class, Co. A., 332nd M. G. Btn. 86th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Died October 2, 1918 at Portsmouth, England of pneumonia.
Obituary

Fuller, McKinley LaVern. Sgt., Co. I, 16th Infantry. Enlisted April 5, 1917 at Fort Thomas. Gassed and in hospital in Paris.

Fulwider, Byron. 1st Class Quartermaster, Merchant Marine. Enlisted July 29, 1917 at Great Lakes. Discharged December 2, 1918 at Port Jefferson, L. I.

Fulwider, James. 2nd Lieut. R. M. A., Aviation. Enlisted September 12, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged January 15, 1919 at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas.

Funston, Kenneth O. Sergeant, Bat. C, 324th H. F. A. Enlisted June 9, 1917 at Evanston. Overseas.

Furbeck, Claude O. Private, 35th Engineers, Co. F. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged February 3, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Sent home on account of operation on appendicitis.

Furen, Walter Enoch. Corporal, 503rd Eng., Co. C, Service Battalion. Enlisted October 15, 1917 at Camp Grant. Died March 14, 1918 at Dijon, France, Base Hospital No. 17 of Bronchitis.

Furrey, Guy Buckley. 1st Sergeant, 51st Balloom Co. Enlisted February 15, 1918 at Columbus Barracks, Ohio. Discharged February 1919 at Arcadia Balloon Field, Arcadia, Calif.

Fye, Charles Irvin. Private, Advance Ordnance, Depot No. 303. Enlisted December 10, 1917 at Elgin. Discharged October 1, 1919 at Camp Dix, N. J.


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Gage, John Russell. Private, Co. K, 342nd Inf. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged December 19, 1917 at Camp Grant.

Gahagan, Earl Monroe. Lands Machinist Mate (Aviation) U. S. Naval Reserve Forces. Enlisted July 26, 1918 at Chicago. Released December 23, 1918 at Great Lakes, Ill.

Gallagher, Hiram E. Musician, Co. L, Casual Battalion. Enlisted March 1917. Discharged May 1917. Selected September 6, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 28, 1918 at Camp Custer, Mich.

Gallagher, John A. Musician, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted (Co. L) March 7, 1910 at Freeport. Discharged April 27, 1917 at Springfield.

Galonska, Leo A. Enlisted.

Gamber, Clarence B. Enlisted.

Gantz, Jerry A. Enlisted.

Garbrick, Lyell. Sergeant, Co. C, 22nd Btn. Enlisted September 4, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged December 26, 1918 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Garbrick, Mark A. Enlisted.

Garity, Jerry Aaron. Private, Co. F, 312th Inf., 78th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport.

Garner, Dewey Lee. Sailor, U. S. Navy. Enlisted July 1, 1918 at Freeport.

Garner, Harry Lee. Private, Co. M, 60th Inf. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. With the army of occupation in Germany.

Garns, Boyd M. Enlisted.

Gasmond, John. Private, 327th Inf., 82nd Div. Enlisted February 18, 1918 at Freeport.

Gast, Carl. Enlisted.

Gast, Otto. Enlisted.

Gaulropp, Frederick Leo. Private, Battery F, 331st Field Art. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Camp Grant. Discharged February 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Gaulropp, George B. Private, Co. I, 354th Inf., 89th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Camp Grant. Discharged November 22, 1919 at Fort Sheridan. Wounded, Meuse-Argonne. Overseas service.

Gaulropp, William Bryan. Seaman, U. S. Naval Reserve Force. Enlisted May 15, 1918 at Great Lakes.

Geiger, Nelson A. Private, 140th Aero Squadron. Enlisted December 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged Dec. 28, 1918 at Camp Grant. Overseas with A. E. F., England August to December.

Gibler, Robert. Sergeant, Hdq. Co., Veterinary Corps, 123rd F. A. Enlisted April 17, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 8, 1919. Overseas for 12 months.

Gibler, Robert Adelbert. Bandmaster, Navy Band. Chief Petty Officer. Enlisted February 28, 1918 at Great Lakes. Released September 20, 1919 at Great Lakes.

Gier, Clarence Henry. Private, Ordnance Corps, 122nd F. A. Enlisted June 1917 at Chicago. Overseas.

Giesey, John E. Enlisted.

Gilbert, Elden. Aviation. Enlisted.

Gilbert, Paul J. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted.

Gill, Bert Clarence. Sergeant, Public Utilities Co., Q. M. C. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged March 22, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Gillen, Martin J. Enlisted.

Gillespie, Andrew J. Color Sergeant, 123rd Field Artillery. Enlisted April 16, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 8, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Gillette, Clyde O. Private, Aux. Remount Dept. 325. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport.

Ginner, Harry. Enlisted.

Gitchell, Lloyd. 1st Sergeant, Infantry. Enlisted.

Glaman, Chas. J. Corporal, Ordnance. Enlisted March 12, 1918 at Fort Oglethorpe. Discharged March 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Glaman, Henry J. Private, Co. F, 343rd Infantry. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 16, 1918 at Camp Grant.

Gochnaur, Orlando M. 1st Lieut. Medical Corps (Officers Reserve), Enlisted June 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Killed in action November 6, 1917, British E. F.

Goddard, Wilbur A. Private, Hdq. Co., Camp Johnston, Florida. Enlisted June 22, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 13, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Goebel, John H. Private, Co. F, 343rd Infantry. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 8, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas service.

Goldsmith, Robert. Private, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted (Co. L) at Freeport.

Goodwin, Allen Wm. Private, Motor Transport Co. 529. Enlisted May 24, 1918 at Freeport. Overseas.

Goodwin, Richard Godfrey. Seaman, Navy. Enlisted May 22, 1917 at Chicago. Released March 17, 1919 at Port Royal, S. C.

Grace, Earl J. 2nd Lieut. Q. M. Dept. Enlisted Sept., 1917 at Freeport. Discharged.

Graham, David Benjamin. 2nd Lieut. Q. M. Dept. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged December 7, 1918 at Camp Zachary Taylor.

Grant, Arthur S. Sergeant, Q. M. Depot. Enlisted December 10, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas.

Grant, Dr. John Joseph. 1st Lieut., Medical Corps. Enlisted September 10, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged November 29, 1918.

Grant, William Mathew. Private, Co. B., 132nd Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted June 5, 1917 at Freeport. Killed in action August 2, 1918.
Obituary

Grattelo, Herbert E. Sergeant, L. Troop, 5th Cavalry. Enlisted September 14, 1917, at Chicago, Illinois.

Grattelo, Victor A. Sergeant, Hdq. Co., 41st Div. Enlisted June 1, 1909 at San Francisco, Regular Army. Released May 7, 1919 at Camp Dix.

Gray, John L. Lieut., Medical Dept., Sanitary Corps. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport.

Gray, Lewis Donald. Enlisted at Freeport. Killed in action. (Transcriber’s Note: According to the WWI, WWII, and Korean War Casualty Listings, Lewis D. Gray served as a Corporal in the U. S. Army, 59th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division. He was killed July 23, 1918 at Belleau, France and is buried in the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery.
Green, George T. 2nd Lieut. Infantry. Enlisted May 15, 1918 at Camp Custer. Obituary

Gray, Lloyd B. Sergeant, Ordnance Detachment. Enlisted, December 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged July 24, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas service.

Gray, Marion Leith. 1st class private, 104th Field Signal Battalion, Sanitary Detachment. Enlisted November 8, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas service.

Gray, Willie L. Enlisted.

Greb, Edward Walter. Sergeant, Inf., Central O. T. S. Enlisted June 15, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 9, 1918 at Camp Grant. (Transcriber’s Note: O. T. S. stands for Officers Training School.)

Green, Alfred. Enlisted 1917 at Sabin, Minn.

Green, George C. Marines. Enlisted June 7, 1918 at Buffalo, N. Y.

Greeney, Elmer F. Sergeant, Co. C, 117th Engineers, 42nd Division. Enlisted September 6, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 13, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Greninger, Roy E. Enlisted.

Grey, Clyde E. Enlisted.

Griffin, Daniel J. Enlisted.

Griffin, Harry Edward. Private, Co. 4, Reg., S. A. R. D. Enlisted July 26, 1918 at Davenport, Iowa. Died at sea, October 3, 1918. (Transcriber’s Note: He is Edward Griffin on the Gold Star Men list but Harry Edward Griffin in the text. The term S. A. R. D. is yet to be defined.
Tribute

Griswold, Horace C. Private, Hdq. Co., 355th Inf., 89th Div. Enlisted April 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 1, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas 12 months (battles Meuse, Argonne Woods, St. Mihiel).

Griswold, John E. Corporal, Co. G, 7th Inf., 3rd Div. Enlisted February 4, 1918 at Charlotte, N. C. Discharged August 5, 1919 at Camp Dix, N. C. Overseas for 16 months. Battles of Belleau Woods (Marne, Aisne-Marne).

Griswold, Paul. Corporal, Hdq. Co., 8th Inf., 8th Div. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 22, 1919 at Mitchell Field, N. Y. Overseas for 9 months.

Gross, Emil. Private, Co. H, 48th Inf. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged February 7, 1919 at Camp Jackson, S. C.

Grosseppe, Vaccare. Enlisted.

Grove, A. R. Sergeant, U. S. M. C. Enlisted March 14, 1916 at Detroit. Still in service.

Grove, Chas. D. Enlisted.

Grumbine, Roy William. 1st class Private, Co. K, 342nd Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged February 4, 1918 at Camp Grant on account of physical disability.

Guhl, Julius Jerrod. Sergeant, CO. K. 342nd Inf., 86th Div. (now Co. F. 3rd Prov. Regt.) Enlisted September 1, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged July 22, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas.

Guhl, Marvin Charles. Sergeant, Battery B. 52nd Artillery. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at St. Louis. Discharged February 15, 1919 at Camp Funston, Kansas. 17 ½ months overseas. Battles of Butte de Mesnil, Thierville, Baleycourt, St. Mihiel and Recicourt. Serg. Marvin C. Guhl, Class of 1914. May 1917 – January 1919. Regular Army, Jefferson Barracks, First Class Gunner. (1) Butte de Mesnil, (2) Thirerrille, (3) Baly Court, (4) St. Mihiel, (5) Re ci Court. (Transcriber’s Note: The battle locations Thirerrile, Baly Court, and Re ci Court are all misspellings, or names the troops gave for these places. Thirerrile is actually spelled Thierville, and now called Thierville-sur-Meuse. Baly Court is really Balecourt, and Re ci Court is spelled Recicourt. These places were in or near the Meuse-Argonne sector, west of Verdun.)

Guhl, Roy Hale. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 5, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged December 13, 1919 at Chicago.


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Haase, Lloyd W. Regimental Supply Sgt., 10th Reg. F. A. R. D. Enlisted April 10, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 27, 1919 at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. (Transcriber’s Note: F. A. R. D. is an acronym for Field Artillery Replacement Depot.)

Hagburg, Frederick. Enlisted.

Hagedorn, Harry W. Enlisted.

Hall, Jerome Edward. Private, Artillery. Enlisted August 1, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged January 5, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Haller, Clarence J. Corporal, Supply Co., 8th Inf. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Overseas service.

Hamlyn, Walter Lawrence. Private, Co. B, 341st Infantry. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged March 1, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas for 5 months.

Hammond, Forrest Glenn. Corporate, Signal Corps. Enlisted September 22, 1917 at Freeport. Overseas. (Army of occupation.)

Hance, Lyle S. S. A. T. C. Enlisted.

Hanna, Herbert. Private, Co. H, S. A. T. C., Beloit. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Beloit. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Beloit.

Hannah, Clark Frederick. Private 1st class, Co. A, 8th Engineers (Mtd.) Enlisted May 16, 1917 at Jefferson Barracks. Discharged September 25, 1919 at Fort Bliss, Texas.

Hannah, James Robertson. Sergeant, 313th Salvage Unit. Enlisted June 4, 1918 (Q. M. C.), at Chicago. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant. St. Mihiel Offensive.

Hannie, Kenneth P. Private, Battery E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted (Co. L), March 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hanson, Alfred H. 1st Lieut., Com., Motor Transport. Enlisted March 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 1919 at Marfa, Tex.

Haraldson, Martin Theodore. Apprentice Seaman, U. S. Naval Reserve Force. Enlisted November 9, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged February 27, 1919 at Great Lakes Naval Training Station.

Harbers, Harry. Enlisted.

Harbers, John. Enlisted.

Hardchem, Alfred. Cavalry. Enlisted at St. Louis.

Haretakis, Alex. Private, 1st class, 8th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 23, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Harker, Ralph. Corporal, Post Hdqts., S. O. S. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. (Transcriber’s Note: S. O. S. stands for Services Of Supply)

Harkness, Raymond D. Private, 1st Class, Co. A, 311th F. S. Battalion. Enlisted April 26, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged February 9, 1919. Overseas service.

Harold, George M. Enlisted. Discharged.

Haroldson, John R. Electrician, 1st class, Radio, U. S. N. Enlisted. Discharged.

Harpster, James N. Private, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 3, 1918 at Cornell University. Discharged December 11, 1918 at Ithaca, N. Y.

Harris, Eddie Wescott. Private, 311th Cavalry. Enlisted May 29, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged December 1, 1918 at Camp Devens, Mass.

Hart, John F. Sergeant, Camp Exchange Det. Enlisted April l1, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged, April 1, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Hart, John Herbert. Private, Co. B., 129th Infantry. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged, December 3, 1917, at Houston, Texas.

Hartgen, Alfred Joseph. 1st class Private, Hdqts. Troop, Army Corps. Enlisted November 10, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 13, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas service.

Hartman, Earl Lee. Sergeant, 123rd H. F. A. , Hdq. Co. Enlisted March 1916 at Freeport, Ill. Overseas service.

Hartog, Claus. Private, Engineers. Enlisted September 6, 1919 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged April 3, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Hartzell, Cecil W. Corporal, 123rd Field Art., Bat. E, 33rd Div. Enlisted June 24, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service.

Hawthorne, Joseph. Private, Co. L, 347th Infantry. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged December 19, 1917 at Camp Pike, Ark.

Hayanga, Lupert. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hayes, Willie. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hayward, Eugene S. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hea, James. 1st Lieut., West Point, Class of 1918. Instructor in Military Science.

Heath, Harold Clifford. Sergeant, Motor Transport. Enlisted August 15, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged December 18, 1918 at Chicago.

Heck, John J. Private, Battery E, 7th F. A. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 27, 1918 at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.

Heck, Leo V. Machinist Mate, 2nd class. Enlisted May 10, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged August 1, 1919 at Great Lakes.

Heckelsmiller, Alfred J. Sergeant, Hdq. Prtg. Co. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Camp Grant. Discharged July 29, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas for 1 ½ years.

Heckman, Wm. V. Private, Co. H, 14th Infantry. Enlisted. Discharged.

Held, Wm. Private, Engineers. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged June 18, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Heilman, Wm. D. Enlisted. Discharged.

Heise, Oliver Dewitt. Private, Hdq. Co., 122nd Mach. Gun Bat., 33rd Div. Enlisted December 18, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged May 28, 1919 at Camp Upton, N. Y. Overseas service in France and Germany.

Heise, Paul Alexis. Sergeant, Co. A, 310th Field Sig. Bat., 85th Div. Enlisted October 10, 1917 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged June 26, 1919 at Camp Upton, N. Y. Overseas service in France and Germany.

Heisler, Harry Wolf. Private, 1st class, Machine Gun Co., 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged October 28, 1919 at Camp Dodge. In Siberia.

Heisler, Walter. Supply Sergeant, Bat. E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted at Freeport. Ill. Discharged.

Heitman, Adlai. Sergeant, Bat. E, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted at Freeport, Ill. Discharged.

Heitter, Edward Frank. Sergeant, 59th Inf., 4th Div. Enlisted October 6, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged January 3, 1919 at Camp Greene, N. C.

Henderson, George Wm. Sergeant, Co. M, 342nd Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted October 6, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service in France.

Herbig, Earl. Enlisted. Discharged.

Herbig, Harvey H. Private, 333rd Div., Machine Gun Co. Enlisted October 1917 at Freeport. Discharged. Overseas service in France.

Herbig, Henry August. Private, Co. M, 9th Inf., 2nd Div. Enlisted September 21, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged May 15, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded at Verdun April 1918. Gassed.

Herbruck, Eldredge Roscoe. Corporal, Coast Art. Reg. Army. Enlisted February 17, 1917 at Elkhart, Indiana. Discharged.

Herlocker, Elbert R. Sergeant, Ord. Dept., 12th Casualty Co. Enlisted December 15, 1917 at Rock Island, Ill. Discharged May 15, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Overseas service, 14 months.

Herman, Allen D. Private, Troop E, 15th Cavalry. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hermsmeier, Ben M. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hermsmeier, Wm. E. Enlisted. Discharged.

Herold, George M. Enlisted. Discharged.

Herrick, Roswell Harry. Acting Sergeant, S. A. T. C. Enlisted October 2, 1918 at U. of Wisconsin. Discharged December 15, 1918 at Madison, Wis.

Hess, Albert G. Supply Sergeant, Co. I, 2nd Inf., 19th Div. Enlisted January 6, 1901 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged.

Hess, Charles H. Private, Co. B, 41st Inf., 10th Div. Enlisted July 11, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged February 14, 1919 at Camp Funston, Kan.

Hess, Elmer O. Private, Co. E, 14th Inf., 19th Div. Enlisted July 11, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged.

Hess, Frank E. Sergeant. Enlisted June 27, 1918. Discharged.

Hettinger, Harold Ingersoll. Private, 29th Co., C. O. T. S., Camp Lee. Enlisted October 1, 1918 at Ithaca, N. Y. Discharged November 25, 1918 at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. (Transcriber’s Note: C. O. T. S. stands for Commissioned Officers Training School)

Hevern, Albert George. Private, Electrician in Air Service. Enlisted October 15, 1918 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged January 15, 1919 at Gerstner Field, La.

Heyer, Louis F. Private, 1st class, Repair Unit, 303 Motor Transp. Corps. Enlisted December 11, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged June 27, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hibst, Clarence Frank. Fireman, Navy. Enlisted July 5, 1918 at Chicago. Released August 5, 1919 at Great Lakes. Overseas. Transport Battleship.

Hickey, Fred J. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hierst, Kenneth E. Enlisted. Discharged.

Higley, John Lester. Private, 1st class. Cavalry. Enlisted May 5, 1917 at Rockford, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service.

Higley, Lester Lloyd. Private, 123rd Field Artillery. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hill, Oscar Henry. Private, 1st class, Infantry. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged February 8, 1919 at Camp Jackson, S. C.

Hillman, David Steve. Stk., 3rd class, Navy. Enlisted June 14, 1917 for 4 years, at Rockford. Discharged July 21, 1919 at Great Lakes. (Transcriber’s Note: Stk probably stands for Stoker)

Hinds, James H. Corporal, 113th Am. Training Hdq., H. Bu. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged January 24, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Hirst, Kenneth Eugene. Pharmacist Mate, U. S. N. Enlisted May 1, at Chicago, Ill.

Hirst, Lloyd Irving. Private, Co. F., 21st Inf. Enlisted January 15, 1917 at Fort Logan, Colorado. Discharged January 18, 1918 at Fort Bliss, Texas.

Hiteman, Leroy Elvin. Private, 1st class, 108th Eng., 33rd Div. Enlisted October 12, 1917 at Chicago. Discharged August 15, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hoag, Jesse Edward. Corporal. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Overseas service.

Hobleman, Charles H. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hocking, Roy. 1st class Private, Co. G, 39th Inf., 4th Div. Reg. Enlisted March 19, 1918. Discharged. Still in hospital. Lost a foot October 11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne, with high explosive shell.

Hoefer, Emil Amos. Private, Aviation. Enlisted December 15, 1917 at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Discharged November 29, 1918 at U. S. S. M. A., Urbana

Hoefer, Merrill. Ensign, U. S. Navy Paymaster Dept. Enlisted August 5, 1917 at Washington, D. C. Discharged – on sea duty.

Hoefer, Raymond Harry. Private 1st class, Co. B, 129th Inf., 33rd Div. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged June 6, 1919 at Camp Grant. Gassed October 18, 1918 in the Argonne.

Hofer, Wm. Frederic. Sergeant, Co. B, 15th Am. Train. Enlisted October 5, 1917 at Camp Grant, Ill. Discharged February 10, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hoffman, Charles. Private, 1st class, Co. K, 314th Inf., 79th Div. Enlisted June 8, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged March 22, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Overseas service. Wounded September 27, 1918 Argonne Forest.

Hoffman, Karl Joseph. 1st Musician, U. S. Navy. Enlisted April 21, 1918 at Great Lakes Station. Discharged.

Hofmeister, Roy J. Private, U. S. Marine Corps. Enlisted August 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged January 14, 1919 at Quantico, Va.

Hogan, Edward. Private, M. T. S. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Died of pneumonia in Scotland October 1, 1918. (Transcriber’s Note: M. T. S. stands for Motor Transport Service)
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Hogan, James Bateson. 1st Class Private, M. T. S. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged August 6, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas service for 12 months.

Hogan, Wm. T. Private, Co. B, 108th Eng., 33rd Div. Enlisted December 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged June 30, 1919. Overseas service about 2 years.

Holmes, Harry. Private, Aviation S. C., 96th Spruce Squad, S. P. D. B. A. P. Enlisted February 4, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged January 31, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. (Transcriber’s Note: S. P. D. B. A. P. stands for Spruce Production Division, Bureau of Aircraft Production)

Holmes, Lloyd E. Private, Air Service. Enlisted July 2, 1918 at Chicago. Discharged December 17, 1918 at Selfridge Field, Mich.

Holsinger, George F. Enlisted. Discharged.

Hooker, Orlo Glenn. Corporal, Bat. F, 13th Reg., F. A. R. D. Enlisted August 14, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged December 31, 1918 at Camp Custer, Mich. (Transcriber’s Note: F. A. R. D. stands for Field Artillery Replacement Depot)

Hoot, John McKinley. Musician, 2nd class, U. S. N. N. V. Enlisted September 18, 1917 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged July 2, 1919 at Great Lakes Station, Ill.

Hoover, Albert Martin. Corporal, Co. D, 163rd Inf. Enlisted May 25, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged March 1, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Hoover, Dewey Franklin. Corporal, Field Artillery. Enlisted June 5, 1917 at Rockford, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service.

Hoover, Lloyd N. Private, Motor Transport Corps. Enlisted June 14, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged December 21, 1918 at Valparaiso, Indiana.

Hopke, Robert L. Private, 123rd F. A. (Mechanic). Enlisted June 1917 at Freeport. Discharged August 21, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hoppe, Frederic Austin. Corporal, 27th Inf., Hdq. Co. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged. Siberia.

Hornberger, Clarence. Sergeant, 1st class, Co. C, 314th F. S. Bu., 89th Div. Enlisted October 3, 1917 at Ft. Sumner, N. M. Discharged. Overseas service.

Horstmeier, William Lloyd. Private, Q. M. C., Field Remount Squad No. 312. Enlisted May 28, 1918 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged. Died in France November 24, 1918. (Transcriber’s Note: He is William Lloyd Horstmeier on the Gold Star Men list, but William D. L. Horstemeier in the Honor Roll of the Great War text.)

Hosely, Henry. Lieutenant – Medical Corps. Enlisted at Milwaukee. Discharged.

Hosking, Harry M. Private, Co. C, 14th Inf. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged December 26, 1918 at Camp Dodge, Iowa.

House, William. Enlisted. Discharged.

Houser, Roland N. Seaman, 2nd class, U. S. N. R. F. Enlisted July 18, 1918 at Omaha, Neb. Discharged December 13, 1918, U. S. S. Granite State, N. Y.

Howard, George W. Sergeant, Co. K, 342nd Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted September 4, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged July 17, 1919 at Camp Grant. Overseas Service.

Howe, Charles Erwin. Corporal, U. S. N. Enlisted June 10, 1918 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged February 28, 1919 at Great Lakes Station, Ill.

Howe, Harry H. Private, 341st M. G. Co., 86th Div. Enlisted July 22, 1918 at Beaver Dam, Wis. Discharged May 10, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Howe, Ralph. Sergeant, 1st class, Co. D, 128th Inf. Enlisted June 21, 1916 at Mauston, Wis. Discharged March 3, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Wounded August 31, 1918 – Machine Gun.

Hoy, Fred W. Boatswain’s Mate, 1st class, U. S. N. Enlisted June 12, 1917 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged June 8, 1919 U. S. S. Prairie.

Hoy, Harry R. 2nd Lieutenant, Ordnance. Enlisted, December 3, 1917 at Chicago, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service.

Hoyman, Harry Holland. Private, 1st class, Supply Co. 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged October 28, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Siberia, 1 year and 9 days.

Huber, Alfred H. Private, Bat. C, 123rd F. A. Enlisted at Freeport, Ill. Discharged June 8, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill.

Huber, Clarence Milo. 12th Reg. Enlisted April 29, 1918 at Kansas City, Mo. Discharged.

Hudson, Frank A. Private, Hdq. Co., 343rd Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service.

Huenefeld, Leroy. Private, Co. D, 355th Infantry. Enlisted December 27, 1917 at Freeport. Discharged March 24, 1919 at Camp Grant. Wounded – Mustard Gas, August 8, 1918. Overseas for 9 months.

Huenefeld, Leroy. Enlisted. Discharged. Transcriber’s Note: I can’t tell if this man is the same Leroy Huenefeld who is listed above.

Huff, Russell E. Private, 1st class, Bat. D, 150th F. A., 42nd Div. Enlisted June 27, 1917 at Fort Wayne, Ind. Discharged May 10, 1919 at Camp Taylor, Ky. Gassed at Chateau Thierry.

Hufford, Harry Leroy. Yeoman, 1st class, U. S. N. Enlisted June 14, 1917 at Rockford, Ill. Discharged April 25, 1919, U. S. S. Mobile, Hoboken, N. J.

Hufford, Robert J. Private, Hdq. Co., 39th Infantry. Enlisted October 7, 1917 at Freeport, Ill. Discharged. Overseas service. Germany.

Hughes, Edward Arthur. Sergeant, Co. M., 132nd Infantry. Enlisted 1912 Co. M., 2nd Reg., I. N. G. Chicago. Died of wounds received in action October 12, 1918 at Meuse, Argonne. Served in St. Mihiel, Somme offensives and on Mexican border, 1916. (Transcriber’s Note: I. N. G. stands for Illinois National Guard.)

Hughes, Patrick W. (Transcriber’s Note: No text is given for Patrick W. Hughes, just his name)

Huisinga, Martin H. Sergeant, Engineers. Enlisted, May 29, 1917 at Chicago. Overseas.

Hulburt, Stanley, Lyman. Private, 1st class, Co. C, 341st Inf., 86th Div. Enlisted June 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 12, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hume, Fred A. Enlisted.

Humphrey, Abraham C. Cook, Co. C, 803rd Inf. Enlisted August 5, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged July 26, 1919 at Camp Grant, Ill. Overseas, Meuse, Argonne.

Huntington, Everett. Aviation Corps. Enlisted. Rantoul.

Hurry, Orin Jewell. Corporal, 123rd H. F. A. Enlisted June 26, 1916 at Freeport. Discharged June 7, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hurt, George L. Enlisted.

Huseby, Arne. Enlisted.

Huss, Paul H. Infantry. Enlisted May 1, 1918 at Freeport. Overseas.

Hutmacher, Lloyd J. Corporal, Field Remount Squadron No. 308. Enlisted February 27, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged June 26, 1919 at Camp Grant.

Hutmacher, Martin Earl. Private, Co. G, 48th Infantry. Enlisted June 1, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 19, 1919 at Camp Jackson, S. C.

Hysmith, Alex. Enlisted.

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Ilgen, Ellis McKinley. Private, Motor Transport Co., A. E. F. Enlisted June 29, 1918 at Freeport. Overseas.

Inman, Charles Edward. Corporal, Co. M. D., 161st Depot Brig. Enlisted June 28, 1918 at Freeport. Died October 6, 1918 of pneumonia and influenza.

Inman, Harry R. Corporal, Co. G., 87th Inf., 19th Div. Enlisted May 20, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged January 21, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa.

Iserman, William Fridrich. Mech., 139th Infantry, 35th Div. Enlisted March 29, 1918 at Freeport. Discharged May 2, 1919 at Davis. Overseas for 1 year.

Izer, Lee. Enlisted.



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