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ARMSTRONG, HOWARD
BERTSCH, LAWRENCE HOWARD
BESSELMAN, RALPH H.
BLUE, CLARENCE ULYSSES

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BONNER, CHARLES FREEMAN
BRYANT, RAYMOND
BURDEN, ROY E.
BYMASTER, ELMER G.
CALLAWAY, HENRY HEATH

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CONWAY, WILLIAM RICHARD
DUKE, THOMAS HERSHELL
ERK, ELMER WILLIAM
FISHETTI, WILLIAM
FLOOK, ROBERT WILLIAM

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FRANKLIN, CLYDE M.
FRASCIONE, TONY
FRAZIER, WILLIAM ORVILLE
GENN, FRANK FLEMING
GROSS, MERLE FRANCIS

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HARVEY, WILLIAM HARRY
HOOVER, JESSE BAYARD
HUNT, PAUL MEREDITH
JONES, WALTER OVERMAN
KELLEY, DANIEL O.

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KELLEY, RAYMOND CHARLES
KIRK, ROBERT BRUCE
KRAMER, GEORGE HARRY
LAMB, CHARLES CLIFFORD
LEWIS, EMIL GEORGE

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LICHTENFELS, FRANK JOHN
LITTLE, HERSCHEL MORREL
McCARTHY, JOHN FRANCIS
McDIVITT, WILLIAM G.
MOORE, RALPH H.

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NIEBUHR, WALTER CHRISTOPHER
PERSONETTE, HUGH WESSEL
PHILLIPS, OLIVER P.
POWELL, ALSON
RAY, HARRY MORTON

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REINO, LEONARDO
SAUNDERS, GEORGE FRYAR
SHARP, FRED LUTHER
SHEFFER, CHELCIE OREN
SHELTON, EVERETT NORVAL

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SMITH, RUSSELL V.
SPANGLER, EARL OGDEN
STEINBRINK, RICHARD LEWIS
STEMPLE, GEORGE RAYMOND
STEWART, CARL

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TAYLOR, ELMER KENNETH
TOUT, LEROY
VAN HORN, JOHN SYLVESTER
WAGNER, GLEN G.
WALLS, ROLAND HERMAN

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WRIGHT, THEODORE EPHRIAM
Names reported from Wayne County for whom complete records could not be obtained.
BECKSTELL, ORVAL. Pershing, Ind. SEWARD, WILLIAM. Richmond, Ind. Private, died at Camp Hancock, Ga. Private, Company K, 24th Infantry. (Sometime in November, 1918). Died of pneumonia April 19, 1917.
JAMES, CHARLES H. Richmond, Ind. SHERWOOD, JAMES R. Milton, Ind. Private, U.S. Marines. Died November Private, Company K, 151st Infantry. 21, 1918 from wounds received in action.
McMINN, DAVID. Richmond, Ind.

Sergeant; killed in action July 15, 1918.

SEWARD, WILLIAM. Richmond, Ind

Private, Company K, 24th Infantry. Died of pneumonia April 19, 1917.

SHERWOOD, JAMES R. Milton, Ind.

Private, Company K, 151st Infantry. Died of pneumonia December 21, 1917.

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Name: Niebuhr, Walter Christopher - Rank: Private

Son of William and Dora Niebuhr; born February 17, 1895, Richmond, Ind. Shipping clerk. Entered service March 29 1918, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Camp Taylor, Ky.; assigned to 10th Vompany, 3rd Battalion, 159th Depot Brigade. Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y.; assigned to Company E, 112th Infantry, 28th Division. Embarked May 7, 1918. Killed July 21, 1918, in the battle of Chateau-Thierry.Buried in French Military Cemetery, Aisne, France.

Name: Personette, Hugh Wessel - Rank: Apprentice Seaman

Son of Fred and Lillian Personette; born July 27, 1900, Greenfield, Hancock County, Ind. Moved to Wayne County in 1909. Laborer. Entered service July 31, 1918, Indianapolis, Ind. Sent to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Ill., where he contracted influenza and died September 25, 1918. Buried Greenfield, Hancock County, Ind. Name: Phillips, Oliver P. - Rank: Sergeant

Son of Perry and Martha Phillips; born August 8, 1891, Whitesboro, Tex. Moved to Richmond, Ind. in 1906. Employee Starr Piano Company. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army April 24, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Ft. Monroe, Va.; assigned to Battery F, 74th Artillery, Coast Artillery Corps. Embarked September 23, 1918. Contracted pneumonia while on board transport, and died October 1, 1918. Given military funeral and buried at sea.

Name: Powell, Alson - Rank: Sergeant

Son of Ty and Louise Powell; born April 15, 1894, Estill County, Ky. Moved to Wayne County, Ind. in 1913. Carpenter. Enlisted in Ohio National Guard July 12, 1917, Cincinnati, Ohio. Trained at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, El Paso, Tex.; Camp Sherman, Ohio; and Camp Lee, Va. Assigned to Company E, 148th Infantry, 37th Division. Embarked June 22, 1918. Killed in action October 31, 1918, Elsene. Belgium. Buried where he fell. Cited for bravery under fire. Name: Ray, Harry Morton - Rank: Corporal

Son of Frank and Alice Ray; born October 21, 1888, Richmond, Ind. Coremaker. Entered service September 21, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Camp Taylor, Ky.; transferred to Camp Forrest, Ga. Embarked April 9, 1918; assigned to Company H, 6th Infantry, 5th Division. Killed in action October 14, 1918, near Romagne. Buried in Argonne-American Cemetery, Romagne, France. Cited for bravery in action. Survived by widow, Mary B. Ray, Richmond, Ind. American Legion Post, Richmond, Ind., named in his honor.

Name: Reino, Leonardo - Rank: Private

Son of Anthony and Mary Reino; born January 12, 1894, Naples, Italy. Employed as a laborer in Richmond, Ind., when he enlisted in U.S. Regular Army September 28, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky.; transferred to El Paso, Tex.; assigned to Troop L, 7th Cavalry. Contracted pneumonia and died October 10, 1918, El Paso, Tex. Buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Richmond, Ind. Name: Saunders, George Fryar - Rank: Private

Son of John B. and Ella Saunders; born June 16, 1893, Richmond, Wayne County, Ind. Electrician. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army May 16, 1917, Indianapolis, Ind. Sent to Camp Baker, Tex.; assigned to Company B, 8th Mounted Engineers. Transferred to Ft. Bliss, Tex., where he died of pneumonia May 24, 1918. Buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Sharp, Fred Luther - Rank: Private

Son of Henry and Ella Sharp; born November 29, 1893, East Germantown, Wayne County, Ind. Railroad employe. Enlisted in Company M, 4th Infantry, Indiana National Guard, August 12, 1917, Anderson, Ind. Sent to Camp Shelby, Miss.; assigned to Company C, 139th Machine Gun Battalion; then to Replacement Draft. Went overseas June 12, 1918. Assigned to Company A, 6th Engineers. Killed in action October 19, 1918. Buried in Argonne-American Cemetery, Romagne, France.

Name: Sheffer, Chelcie Oren - Rank: Private

Son of Amos C. and Luella Sheffer; born November 24, 1897, Wayne County, Ind. Assembler at Wayne Works. Entered service June 15, 1918, Indianapolis, Ind. Sent to Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.; transferred to Camp Hancock, Ga.; assigned to 13th Company, Development Group. Contracted bronchopneumonia and died in base hospital, Camp Hancock, January 7, 1919. Buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Shelton, Everett Norval - Rank: Private

Son of Frank and Clara Shelton; born January 5, 1899, Paxton, Ill. Moved to Wayne County, Ind., in 1909. Lumberman. Entered service October 8, 1918, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Interlaken College, Rolling Prairie, Ind.; assigned to Company C, Motor Transport Corps. Contracted influenza and died in a Camp Hospital, Interlaken, Ind., November 8, 1918. Buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Smith, Russell V. - Rank: Sergeant

Son of Clarkson and Ellen Smith; born October 26, 1900, Charleston, W. Va. Moved to Wayne County, Ind. in 1914. Coremaker. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army December 30, 1916, Columbus Barracks, Ohio. Sent to Ft. Screvens, Ga.; assigned to Replacement Draft, Coast Artillery Corps, Unit No. 1. Embarked September 25, 1918. Drowned when the Otranto was torpedoed by a German submarine two miles off the Scottish Coast. Buried in Kilchoman Cemetery, Kilehoman, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

Name: Spangler, Earl Ogden - Rank: 2nd Lieutenant

Son of William F. and Minnie Alice Spangler; born June 2, 1890, Logansport, Ind. Moved to Wayne County in 1897. Educated in Earlham College. Automobile dealer. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army June 1, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Entered School of Military Aeronautics, University of Illinois; transferred to Taliaferro Field, Tex. Embarked September 5, 1918. Died of pneumonia October 7, 1918, shortly after reaching Brest, France. Body returned, and buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D. C.

Name: Steinbrink, Richard Lewis - Rank: Private

Son of Harry and Emma Steinbrink; born January 12, 1896, Richmond, Ind. Leather cutter. Entered service March 7, 1918, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.; assigned to Medical Corps. Transferred to Camp Humphreys, Va. Became ill with tonsilitis which developed into diphtheria and meningitis. Died May 18, 1918, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. Buried in St. Pauls Lutheran Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Stemple, George Raymond - Rank: Hospital Apprentice

Son of John A. and Lillie Anna Stemple; born April 30, 1895, Richmond, Ind. Farmer. Entered U.S. Navy April 29, 1918, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Ill. Served as a Hospital Apprentice, 2nd Class, in the Naval Reserve. Died of influenza September 20, 1918, Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Ill. Buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Stewart, Carl - Rank: Private Son of William E. and Margaret Stewart; born December 3, 1889, at Greens Fork, Wayne County, Ind. Student at Richmond Business College. Hostler. Entered service May 18, 1918, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Columbus Barracks, Ohio; assigned to Recruit Company H, 36th Infantry. Transferred to Ft. Snelling, Minn., to Supply Company, 36th Infantry. Later sent to Camp Devens, Mass., where he died of pulmonary pneumonia October 7, 1918. Buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Taylor, Elmer Kenneth - Rank: Private Son of Hugh Parks and Emma Taylor; born August 2, 1898, Richmond, Ind. Chauffeur. Enlisted in Cavalry of U.S. Regular Army May 8, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Trained at Camp Harry Jones, Ariz., and Ft. Douglas, Ariz. Assigned to Company No. 2, Recruiting Detachment, 3rd Brigade; transferred to Troop F, 1st Cavalry. Contracted pneumonia and died November 25, 1918, Ft. Douglas. Buried in Spring Lawn Cemetery, New Paris, Ohio.

Name: Tout, Leroy - Rank: Private Son of Jerome E. and Mary Rowe Tout; born January 22, 1884, East Germantown, Wayne County, Ind. Railroad employe. Entered service September 21, 1917, Cambridge City, Ind. Sent to Camp Taylor, Ky. Transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss.; assigned to Replacement Draft. Embarked from New York June 11, 1918. Assigned to Company H, 18th Infantry, 1st Division. Gassed at Soissons, and died July 31, 1918. Buried in American Cemetery near Paris. Survived by widow, Iva Tout, and son, Olin Wayne Tout, Centerville, Ind.

Name: Van Horn, John Sylvester - Rank: U.S. Navy Son of Amos and Bertha E. Van Horn (deceased); born July 17, 1900, Richmond, Ind. Machinist. Enlisted in the U.S. Navy February 19, 1917, St. Louis, Mo. (Service record incomplete.) Lost his life September 30, 1918, when the U.S. transport Ticonderoga was torpedoed by enemy submarine in mid ocean. Body never recovered.

Name: Wagner, Glen G. - Rank: Private Son of Henry and Clara Wagner; born July 6, 1896, Liberty, Union County, Ind. Moved to Wayne County in 1904. Laborer. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army April 16, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Douglas, Ariz.; assigned to Company F, 18th Infantry, 1st Division. Embarked June 14, 1917. Died from wounds September 13, 1918, received in the St. Mihiel Offensive. Buried at St. Mihiel, France.

Name: Walls, Roland Herman - Rank: Private

Son of Harry L. and Anna B. Walls; born February 14, 1897, Richmond, Ind. Piano tuner. Enlisted in the U.S. Regular Army November 11, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Trained at Ft. Du Pont, Del., and Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y. Embarked August 3, 1917. Assigned to Trench Mortar Battery. Gassed and returned to U.S. as casualty, June 6, 1918. Discharged October 24, 1918. Died March 11, 1920, Richmond, Ind., from effects of being gassed. Buried in St. Andrews Cemetery, Richmond, Ind.

Name: Wright, Theodore Ephriam - Rank: Private

Son of Ephriam (deceased) and Margaret Wright; born July 16, 1894, Williamsburg, Wayne County, Ind. Farmer. Entered service October 5, 1917, Richmond, Ind. Sent to Camp Taylor, Ky.; assigned to Company G, 151st Infantry; transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss.; assigned to Company L, 162nd Infantry. Embarked from Camp Merritt, N. J. July 11, 1918. Assigned to Company M, 28th Infantry, 1st Division. Killed in action in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 1, 1918. Cited by Division Commander for gallantry in action and especially meritorious service.

Names reported from Wayne County for whom complete records could not be obtained.

Name: Beckstell, Orval Beckstell - Pershing, Ind. Private, died at Camp Hancock, Ga., sometime in November, 1918.

Name: James, Charles H. - Richmond, Ind. Private, U.S. Marines. Died November 21, 1918 from wounds received in action.

Name: McMinn, David - Richmond, Ind. Sergeant; killed in action July 15, 1918.[1]





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