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CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

by Date - 1917 to 1918, up to 1921, also listed by Name

Compiled by Don Kindell, Ohio, edited by Gordon Smith, UK, with thanks to Joe Hinds, Virginia

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery  (click to enlarge)

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Scope

From 6 April 1917  to 10 September 1919, 131 officers and 3,489 enlisted men died, a total of 3,620 Marine Corps deaths from all causes.


These lists include some 1715 names from
17 January 1917 to 23 September 1921.

 

Sources

Most of the deaths are those recorded by the American Battle Monuments Commission in War Cemeteries and Memorials located in France.

Other sources for this incomplete list include Arlington Cemetery and State's lists from California, Kansas, Ohio and Wisconsin.

click for USMC Casualties Missing from these Lists

 

Information

in order (where known):

 Date of Death, Unit, Cemetery, LAST NAME, FIRST NAME(s), Rank, How died (for French cemeteries - plot. row, grave).

We are grateful to the American Battle Monuments Commission and Library of Congress for use of the photographs.

 
             
 

 

 
 

1917

 

 

January 17, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 GIBSON, ABNER L, Private, Norfolk, Va (cause not known)

 

 

April 6, 1917

 

United States declares war on Germany

 

 

 April 17, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 EVANS, WILLIAM, Private, Parris Island, S C, drowned

 

 

 May 19, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 FALKENBURG, ALBERT JOHN, Private, Parris Island, S C, declared dead

 

 

 June 19, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 WEIGERT, WILLIAM, Private, Boston, Mass, gunshot wound

 

 

 June 21, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 SMITH, LESTER ERNEST, Private, Philadelphia, Pa, died

 

 

 July 31, 1917

 

USS Utah, battleship

 JARVIS, WILLIAM GEORGE, Private, Norfolk, Va, died

 

 

 August 21, 1917

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 WAHLSTROM, FREDERICK, 2nd Lieutenant (B, 38, 32)

 

 

 September 2, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 COOK, HERBERT, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 November 29, 1917

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 REAMY, HARVEY W W, Private (B, 8, 20)

 

 

 December 9, 1917

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 VARNER, HAROLD, Corporal (A, 8, 14)

 

 

 December 11, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 LUCAS, DELOSS, Private, Port Royal, died

 

 

 December 15, 1917

 

 

 

1st Brigade

 MARTIN, JOHN R, Captain, Haiti, road accident

 

 

 December 25, 1917

 

(unit not known)

 ENGLAND, JOHN ROLLIN, Trumpeter, Norfolk, Va, illness/disease

 

 

 

 

1918

 

 

 January 12, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 DENNIS, RAYMOND LAVERETTE, Private, illness

 

 

 January 16, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BATTON, JULIUS E, Private (E, 26, 10)

 

 

 February 14, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 MOUNT, LESLIE LOUIS, Private, Parris Island, S C, appendectomy, died of complications

 

 

 February 17, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 MCCUNE, LEROY W, Private 1st Class, Philadelphia, Pa, died

 

 

 February 18, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 DUNHAM, CHARLES HAROLD, Gunnery Sergeant, London, England, declared dead

 

 

 March 21, 1918

 

Start of German Somme Offensive, 1st Phase of Michael Offensive

 

 

 April 1, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 HURLEY, JAMES PATRICK, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 April 2, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 WILLIAMS, HARRY ROBERT, Private, died of wounds (B, 10, 10)

 

 

 April 3, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 HUBERT, JOHN WILLIAM, Private, Evansville, Ind, illness/disease

 

 

 April 6, 1918

 

End of German Somme Offensive

 

 

 April 7, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 TOTH, CHARLES K, Corporal, killed in action (D, 3, 21)

 

 

 April 9, 1918

 

Start of German Lys/Flanders Offensive, 2nd Phase of Michael Offensive

 

 

 April 14, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 LONG, FRED, Private, Parris Island, S C, died

 

 

 April 15, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BOLLACK, EDMOND CARLL, Private, died of wounds (D, 35, 31)

 JACKSON, NORMAN R, Corporal, killed in action (F, 32, 8)

 WARD, WALTER J, Private, killed in action (D, 35, 32)

 

 

 April 17, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 SMART, HENRY JAMES, Corporal, killed in action (G, 31, 34)

 

 

 April 18, 1918

 

Battle of Seicheprey, France - 26th Infantry Division, US Army

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BLEDSOE, ROSCOE, Gunnery Sergeant, died of wounds (H, 30, 27)

 FORMALL, JOHN, Corporal, killed in action (G, 31, 31)

(cemetery not known)

 SAMPLE, GLEN N, Private, gassed and died

 

Naval Headquarters, Paris, France,

 SCHAFFNER, FRED CHARLES, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USN, died as a result of German gas bombardment at Fountain St Robert, France

 

 

 April 20, 1918

 

 

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 WARREN, EDWARD GEORGE, Gunnery Sergeant, killed in action (B, 24, 3)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 WILKINSON, CLAUDE LOUISE, Private, gassed, died in French hospital (F, 32, 2)

(cemetery not known)

 GRIMES, CECIL, Sergeant, Meuse, gassed, died

 

France (unit not known)

 GEHLERT, EDWARD CLARENCE, Private, killed in action

 

(unit not known)

 BERTRAM, CLYDE RUSSELL, Private, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease

 

 

 April 21, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 WITTSTEIN, ELI, Private, France, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

 

 April 22, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 LUEKEN, BENJAMIN JACOB, Private, Verdun, gassed, died

 

 

 April 23, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 STONE, ALLEN WESLEY, Corporal, killed in action (D, 22, 10)

Medal of Honor - April 23, 1918 - Lieutenant Commander (Dental Corps) ALEXANDER GORDON LYLE USN. Born: 12 November 1889, Gloucester, Mass. Appointed from: Massachusetts. Other Navy award: Legion of Merit. Citation: For extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty while serving with the 5th Regiment, U.S. Marine Corps. Under heavy shellfire, on April 23, 1918, on the French Front, Lt. Comdr. Lyle rushed to the assistance of Cpl. Thomas Regan, who was seriously wounded, and administered such effective surgical aid while bombardment was still continuing, as to save the life of Cpl. Regan.

 

 April 24, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CARGILL, MYATIS B, Private (G, 31, 1)

 SOSTHEIM, VERNON N, Corporal (H, 25, 20)

 

 

 April 25, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 WELLS, EDWARD HENRY, Private (E, 36, 40)

 

 

 April 26, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 ARTHUR, LESLIE H, Private, died of wounds

 BEABOUT, LAWRENCE G, Private, died of wounds

 DAVIS, EUGENE C, Private, died of wounds

 GEHRKE, EMIL H, Private, killed in action

 GILES, WILLIAM E, Private, killed in action

 GROBER, EDWARD A, Private, killed in action

 HOHAN, Private (probably France), killed in action

 JEWETT, ALLEN W, Private, killed in action

 KUHN, JOHN L, Corporal, killed in action

 RADA, ALBERT, Jr, Sergeant, killed in action

 RAYMOND, HARRY F, Private, died of wounds

 REYNOLDS, WALTER, Private, died of wounds

 RODENBO, HUGH B, Private, killed in action

 ROWAN, BERNARD C, Sergeant, accident

 SCHEDEL, ALFRED E, Private, killed in action

 STEKELBURG, JOHN, Private, killed in action

 TITUS, RENE J, Private, killed in action

 WATERMEIR, LEO, Private, killed in action

 WHITSTEIN, ELI, Private, died of wounds

 

(unit not known)

 GRAHAM, CHARLES D, Private, accident

 

 

 April 27, 1918

 

End of German Lys/Flanders Offensive

 

France (units not known)

 CULLERMOT, STANIS J, Private, died of wounds

 FISCHER, TERRY L, Private, killed in action

 KOCEJA, MAURICE, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 April 28, 1918

 

France (presumably; units not known)

 CLARK, HARRY ELTON, Private, died of wounds

 CONROY, FRANK, Sergeant, died of wounds

 CROW, RAYMOND, FRANKLIN, Private, killed

 

(unit not known)

 CLARK, WILLARD, FRANKLIN, Private

 

 

 April 29, 1918

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ROBERTS, LEON JOHN, Private (H, 2, 14)

 

 

 April 30, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DORIAN, GREGORY ALAN, Private (H, 41, 19)

 GARDNER, JOHN MARTIN, Corporal (A, 43, 15)

 PETERSON, EDWARD PETER JOHN, Private (E, 28, 6)

 

 

 May 14, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 BRENNAN, JOHN PATRICK, Sergeant, declared dead

 

 

 May 16, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 MILLER, NICHOLAS WILLIAM, Private, declared dead

 

 

 May 18, 1918

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ZYGLARSKI, STANLEY P, Corporal (D, 27, 15)

 

 

 May 24, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 CLARK, JOSEPH KING, Private, Verdun, gassed, died of pneumonia

 

 

 May 26, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 SILVERMAN, DAVID G, Private (B, 9, 11)

 

 May 27, 1918

 

Start of German Aisne Offensive, 3rd Phase of Michael Offensive

(on the Chemin des Dames and northeast of Rheims)

 

 

May 28, 1918

 

Battle of Cantigny - 1st Infantry Division, US Army

 

 

 June 1, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DODGE, MILES HARRIS, Sergeant (A, 10, 62)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN WESLEY, Corporal, killed in action

 

France (unit not known)

 HAMLET, GEORGE O, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 2, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BROWN, THOMAS, Private (A, 1, 64)

 COLLINS, JOHN MEFORD, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 SNOW, FRANK HAMILTON, Private, killed in action (A, 9, 7)

 

 

 June 3, 1918

Battle of Belleau Wood/Chateau Thierry, until June 4 - US 2nd Infantry (including 4th Marine Brigade - 5th and 6th Regiments) and 3rd Divisions

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 HIGGINS, ANDREW J, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HODGES, JAMES S, Private (A, 2, 72)

 LOCKE, KARL WILSON, Corporal, killed in action (A, 3, 57)

 LOCKHART, DAN A, Private (B, 12, 14)

 PATIENT, JAMES RUTLEY, Private (B, 3, 24)

(cemetery not known)

 DIVINE, LOUIS SHARP, Sergeant, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DECATUR, ROBERT BATEMAN, Private, killed in action (A, 4, 79)

 GLICK, FRANK L, 1st Sergeant (A, 11, 51)

 HOYLE, WARREN FINLEY, Private (A, 3, 88)

 JOHNSON, LOUIS W, Corporal (A, 8, 2)

 WHIPPLE, JAMES B, Corporal (A, 8, 53)

 WISTED, DAVID G, Private (A, 1, 24)

 

France (units not known)

 BROOKS, HAROLD A, Private, Aisne Defensive, believed DOW in Toulon

 COCHRAN, HARRY KING, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 HETZNER, GEORGE JOHN, Corporal, died of wounds

 MURPHY, GEORGE DALLAS, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 4, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 WEST, CHESTER THOM, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 STINE, GEORGE C, Sergeant (B, 8, 38)

 WILSON, EDMUND M, Private 1st Class (A, 4, 68)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BURNS, HUBERT HYRUM, Private, killed in action (A, 2, 2)

 KENNEY, THOMAS B, Private, died of wounds (B, 9, 53)

 

France (units not known)

 FERRIS, WILLIAM CASWELL, Corporal, killed in action

 KRAUSE, MAX, Gunnery Sergeant, died of wounds

 KRYSZEWSKI, CHARLES, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 5, 1918

 

End of German Aisne Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 STILL, ARTHUR C, Private (B, 6, 76)

 WEISBAKER, ALFRED EARL, Private, killed in action (A, 12, 78)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 NIESEN, RAYMOND HENRY, Private (B, 6, 15)

 PELOUBET, WILLIAM F, Private (A, 4, 84)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 COLLEY, MILFORD R, Private, killed in action (C, 5, 34)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GUSTAFSON, G A, Private (A, 10, 2)

 

 

 June 6, 1918

Battle of Belleau Wood, until June 26 - US 2nd Infantry (including 4th Marine Brigade - 5th and 6th Regiments) and 3rd Divisions  

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ALLEN, JAMES NELSON, Private (A, 5, 65)

 ANDERSON, JOSEPH L, Private (A, 10, 88)

 ARNETT, THOMAS P, Sergeant (A, 5, 58)

 ASHLEY, THOMAS W, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 6, 63)

 ATKINS, LONZELLE, Private, killed in action (B, 2, 73)

 BLALOCK, JOHN F, Private (A, 11, 41)

 BOHANAN, HARRY R, Private (A, 10, 80)

 BRANDON, IAN, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 BUCK, KINSLEY CLARENCE, Private (A, 12, 82)

 CHASE, BRUCE GILBERT, Private (A, 4, 8)

 CHRISTIE, HAROLD JAY, Corporal (A, 12, 87)

 COTTER, JAMES THOMAS, Private (A, 1, 50)

 CROWTHER, ORLANDO C, 1st Lieutenant, killed in action (B, 7, 66)

 CUSHMAN, CLIFFORD SNIDER, Corporal, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 DICKINSON, HOWARD HENRY, Private (A, 3, 35)

 DINGLE, ROBERT W, Private (B, 7, 62)

 DODD, JAMES IRVING, Private, killed in action (B, 4, 62)

 DU MARS, WILLIAM WILBUR, Private, killed in action (A, 11, 19)

 ELDERSON, WILLIAM FRANK, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 ELSTAD, CLARENCE W, Private (A, 1, 89)

 FAIRCLOUGH, FRANK D, Private (A, 13, 76)

 FARRELL, JOSEPH, Private (B, 7, 61)

 FIELD, HARRY J W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 FINNEGAN, GERALD R, Gunnery Sergeant (A, 13, 82)

 FISCHER, ROBERT M, Corporal (A, 2, 46)

 FISHER, JAMES EDWARD, Private (A, 9, 85)

 FLORIAN, FRED WILLIAM, Private (A, 12, 67)

 FORD, ROY JOSHUA, Private (A, 10, 84)

 FORE, WILEY DAVIS, Private (A, 4, 81)

 FREHSE, CHARLES J, Private (A, 1, 85)

 FUQUA, CLAUDE, Corporal (A, 9, 84)

 GARDNER, VERNE W, Private (B, 9, 82)

 GRAHAM, DAVID S, Private (A, 2, 69)

 GRIFFIN, WILLIAM L, Corporal (A, 2, 34)

 GROWE, HAROLD M, Private (B, 4, 59)

 HAAS, EUGENE F, Private (A, 12, 83)

 HANSEN, WILLIAM, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 HENDERSON, BENJAMIN E, Private (A, 12, 79)

 INDEN, CLARENCE EDWARD, Private (A, 1, 21)

 KEIRN, OTHA S, Private (B, 6, 61)

 KIDWELL, PAUL MCGRAPH, Private (A, 2, 1)

 KNORR, GEORGE, Private, killed in action (A, 13, 81)

 LIMBERT, RAYMOND W, Private (B, 9, 65)

 LUCE, GEORGE W, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 LUKINS, FRED T, Sergeant (A, 1, 7)

 LYON, HARRY T, Corporal, killed in action (A, 1, 4)

 MACCONNELL, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Corporal (A, 8, 89)

 MATTINGLY, RANDEL A, Private (A, 13, 50)

 MATTZ, HERMAN, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MCCOLM, WILLIAM J, Sergeant (A, 5, 82)

 MCELROY, GEORGE C, Private (A, 12, 75)

 MICHELS, ADRIAN JOSEPH, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 MORGAN, ROBERT D, Corporal (B, 2, 75)

 MUNNS, JOE BRYAN, Private (A, 10, 81)

 NADEN, EDWARD, Corporal (A, 12, 88)

 O'CONNELL, G S, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 PARK, JAMES MCCALL, Private (A, 4, 13)

 PILCHER, LUTHER W, Sergeant (B, 10, 68)

 PROCTOR, D E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 RHODES, ROBERT J, Private, killed in action (A, 2, 75)

 SAYLES, CLAUDE B, Private (A, 1, 28)

 SCHLAGETER, M D, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 SCHRAMM, FREDERICK LOUIS, Corporal, killed in action (B, 7, 65)

 SCHULZ, FRED, Private (A, 13, 47)

 SEVERNS, SIDNEY, Private, killed in action (B, 6, 57)

 STEVENS, C L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SWART, MCKINLEY, Private (A, 5, 67)

 TODD, HAROLD, Gunnery Sergeant (A, 2, 40)

 TOULSON, JOSEPH C, Corporal (B, 6, 67)

 VAN EMAN, CLAIRE L, Corporal (A, 13, 85)

 WAKEFIELD, RUSSELL J, Private (A, 11, 90)

 WARE, ARTHUR F, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 9, 79)

 WELLS, WILLIAM ALFRED, Private (B, 12, 38)

 WILLIS, GEORGE T, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 WINN, CARL FRANCIS, Gunnery Sergeant (A, 2, 60)

 WOOD, JEREMIAH R, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 YOUNG, DEWEY O, Private, missing in action, commemorated

Arlington Cemetery

 AUER, CHARLES, Corporal (18, 2563)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 WALKER, WILLIAM J, Private, killed in action (D, 25, 23)

(cemetery not known)

 ALEXANDER, MEARLE C, Corporal, killed in action

 FOREN, IRVING WALTER, Private, died of wounds (cemetery not known)

 KANOUSE, SIMON WIGHTMAN, Private, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 LYNCH, FRANK JAMES, Private, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 RODGERS, JOHN WILEY, Sergeant, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 STRAIN, BENJAMIN TURNER, Corporal, Chateau Thierry, France, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 WIMPNER, EMMET, Private, Belleau Woods (cemetery not known)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ADWELL, PALMER A, Private (A, 10, 26)

 BROCKWAY, CLIFFORD L, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 9, 39)

 CHANEY, RALPH V, Corporal, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 CHAPMAN, WYATT MCNEIL, Private, killed in action (A, 11, 37)

 COLLIER, MARION MAXEY, Corporal, killed in action (A, 5, 35)

 DE SOUZA, LOUIS E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 EHRSTINE, OHMER Cleveland, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 FAUBLE, ARTHUR NEWTON, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 FOGELSTAD, ELMER, Private, killed in action, Oise-Aisne Cemetery (C, 33, 18)

 GOLDBERG, DAVID, Private (A, 4, 83)

 GRAGARD, THOMAS A, Corporal, killed in action (A, 8, 20)

 GRENNAN, JOHN F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HENSLEY, WILLARD EDGAR, Sergeant, Bourcesches, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 HOYT, WESLEY A, Corporal, killed in action (A, 2, 36)

 MCINTOSH, SIDNEY, Private (A, 10, 8)

 MEAD, LEROY SMITH, Private, killed in action (A, 13, 66)

 ROBINSON, CALDWELL C, 2nd Lieutenant, killed in action (A, 10, 12)

 SCHULTE, FRED W, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 SIMPSON, JAMES Y, Jr, Private, killed in action (A, 6, 33)

 SISSLER, JOSEPH A, 1st Sergeant, killed in action, Oise-Aisne Cemetery (C, 30, 25)

 SNOW, GEORGE DEWEY, Private, killed in action (A, 7, 42)

 STALEY, LLOYD A, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 STURGES, THOMAS ANGELO, Sergeant, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 VITATOE, ROBERT, Private, killed in action (A, 10, 39)

 VOORHIES, CLYDE C, Private, killed in action (A, 2, 82)

 WABBERSEN, CHARLES F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 WILLIAMS, CARL, Private, missing in action, commemorated

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 FOGELSTAD, ELMER, Private, killed in action (C, 33, 18)

 SISSLER, JOSEPH A, 1st Sergeant, killed in action, Oise-Aisne Cemetery (C, 30, 25)

(cemetery not known)

 HENSLEY, WILLARD EDGAR, Sergeant, Bourcesches, killed in action

 STURGES, THOMAS ANGELO, Sergeant, killed in action (cemetery not known)

 

France (units not known)

 ANDERSON, OTMER ORVELL, Private, killed in action

 BROOKS, JOHN WOOD, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 CHRIST, JAMES FRANKLIN, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 DENMAN, HENRY ELMER, Private, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 HILL, RALPH ORION, Private, died of wounds

 LARSEN, EDWIN JOHN, Corporal, killed in action

 LUCAS, WALTER EARL, Corporal, killed in action

 MCENTEE, BERNARD CHARLES, Sergeant, Chateau Thierry, died of wounds

 NELSON, EVERETT L, Private, killed in action

 O'LEARY, NEAL, Private, killed in action

 OLIVE, GEORGE FRANK, Private (probably France), killed in action

 RUSSELL, ARTHUR, Sergeant, killed in action

 SEAL, MAX EDWIN, Private, killed in action

 SILVERSTON, ALBERT, Private, killed in action

 VEST, HERBERT MCKINLEY, Private, killed in action

 WARD, HORACE ALBERT, Private, killed in action

 WELSH, JOHN, Private, killed in action

 WILLIAMS, FRANCIS EDWARD, Private, killed in action

 WORSTALL, THURMAN EDGAR, Private, killed in action

 

Medal of Honor - June 6, 1918 - Gunnery Sergeant CHARLES F. HOFFMAN USMC, near Chateau-Thierry, 49th Company, 5th Regiment, 2nd Div (Name changed to ERNEST August Janson) Entered service at: Brooklyn, N.Y. Born. 17 August 1878, New York, N.Y. G.O. No.: 34, W.D., 1919. (Also received Army Medal of Honor. ) Citation: Immediately after the company to which he belonged had reached its objective on Hill 142, several hostile counterattacks were launched against the line before the new position had been consolidated. G/Sgt. Hoffman (right) was attempting to organize a position on the north slope of the hill when he saw 12 of the enemy, armed with 5 light machine guns, crawling toward his group. Giving the alarm, he rushed the hostile detachment, bayoneted the 2 leaders, and forced the others to flee, abandoning their guns. His quick action, initiative, and courage drove the enemy from a position from which they could have swept the hill with machine gun fire and forced the withdrawal of our troops.

 

Medal of Honor - June 6, 1918 - Gunnery Sergeant ERNEST AUGUST JANSON USMC, near Chateau-Thierry. Rank and organization:, U.S. Marine Corps, 49th Company. (Served under name of Charles F. Hoffman) Born: 17 August 1878, New York, N.Y. Accredited to: New York. (Also received Army Medal of Honor.) Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy near Chateau-Thierry, France, June 6, 1918. Immediately after the company to which G/Sgt. Janson belonged, had reached its objective on Hill 142, several hostile counterattacks were launched against the line before the new position had been consolidated. G/Sgt. Janson was attempting to organize a position on the north slope of the hill when he saw 12 of the enemy, armed with 5 light machine guns, crawling toward his group. Giving the alarm, he rushed the hostile detachment, bayoneted the 2 leaders, and forced the others to flee, abandoning their guns. His quick action, initiative and courage drove the enemy from a position from which they could have swept the hill with machine gun fire and forced the withdrawal of our troops.

 

Medal of Honor (posthumous) - June 6, 1918 - Lieutenant, Junior Grade, (Dental Corps) WEEDON E. OSBORNE USN, Belleau Wood. Born: 13 November 1892, Chicago, Ill. Appointed from: Illinois. Citation: For extraordinary heroism while attached to the 6th Regiment, U.S. Marines, in actual conflict with the enemy and under fire during the advance on Bouresche, France, on June 6, 1918. In the hottest of the fighting when the Marines made their famous advance on Bouresche at the southern edge of Belleau Wood, Lt (j.g.). Osborne threw himself zealously into the work of rescuing the wounded. Extremely courageous in the performance of this perilous task, he was killed while carrying a wounded officer to a place of safety.

 

 

 

 June 7, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CHADWICK, JAMES RUSSELL, Private, died of wounds (A, 4, 52)

 MCKENNA, JAMES JOSEPH, Private (A, 13, 83)

 REA, FRANK A, Private, killed in action (A, 1, 33)

 STREHLOW (STRELOW), HERBERT ALBERT, Private, killed in action (A, 7, 1)

 TAYLOR, BERT GARY, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

Suresnes Cemetery

 HILL, HERBERT L, Private, died of wounds (B, 11, 20)

(cemetery not known)

 BLACKDEN, EARL BENJAMIN, Corporal, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CORNELL, WALTER R, Gunner (A, 6, 48)

 KOTALIK, GEORGE P, Private (A, 9, 73)

 PENWRIGHT, CHARLES A, Private (A, 5, 53)

 RAWLINGS, RUSSELL, Private, killed in action (A, 9, 52)

 STARK, HUGO JACOB, Private (B, 7, 11)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 POZDOL, JOHN JOSEPH, Private (A, 12, 55)

 

France (units not known)

 LLOYD, ROBERT EDMUND, Sergeant, died of wounds

 PATTERSON, JAMES ANDREW, Sergeant, killed in action

 PLATT, CHESTER E, Corporal, Chateau Thierry, killed in action

 

 

 June 8, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BEHR, FREDERICK C, Private (B, 9, 48)

 BIGLEY, WALTER S, Private (A, 5, 59)

 BLACKWOOD, HAROLD FRED, Private (A, 6, 90)

 BLOOMQUIST, JOHN W, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 CANNON, ROLLIN MARIN, Private (B, 9, 45)

 GOURLEY, ROBERT CLARK, Private, died of wounds (B, 3, 46)

 KOLSON, FRANCIS EARL, Private (A, 5, 2)

 MIGNACCO, ATTILIO JOHN, Private, died of wounds (B, 7, 9)

 WILLIAMS, GEORGE EDWIN, Private (B, 8, 41)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CARLSON, FRANK S, Private, killed in action (A, 10, 24)

 CLARK, JOSEPH CHARLES, Private, killed in action (A, 7, 77)

 CORBET, JOHN F, Jr, Private (A, 3, 12)

 DUNN, ALLEN LEVI, Corporal, killed in action (A, 8, 27)

 LUMLEY, JOHN R, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MARCH, LESTER WILLIAM, Private (B, 3, 4)

 MERCER, GORDON MCCLELLAN, Corporal, killed in action (A, 5, 15)

 RUHNKE, LESLIE CHARLES, Private, killed in action (A, 12, 65)

 STOREY, ADEL MOORE, Corporal (B, 9, 68)

 SULLIVAN, DANIEL A, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 6, 45)

 WRIGHT, LEONARD L, Corporal (A, 1, 81)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ASBURY, WILLIAM THOMAS, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

(cemetery not known)

 MARTIN (born WINKLER), CHARLES ANDREW, Private, Chateau Thierry, France

 

France (units not known)

 BUDLONG, WILLIAM THEO ROOS, Private, died of wounds

 HOFFMAN, HARRY, Private, died of wounds

 O'BANION, LUTHER LEE, Private, killed in action

 REESE, ELMER ADDISON, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 SCHAUFELE, RAYMOND FREDERICK, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 9, 1918

 

Start of German Montdidier-Noyon Offensive, 4th Phase of Michael Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BURKE, CHESTER A, Private (A, 11, 82)

 JOINVILLE, VICTOR EDWARD, Private, killed in action (A, 9, 83)

 SCHWAB, V M, Sergeant (A, 10, 83)

Suresnes Cemetery

 BROWN, ADEN, Private (B, 15, 4)

(cemetery not known)

 WEGENAST, FRED ANDREW, Corporal, Belleau Woods, France, died of wounds

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ROSENSPIRE, WALTER, Private (A, 2, 87)

 VOLLRATH, OSCAR A, Corporal (A, 12, 89)

(cemetery not known)

 DOLPH, DANIEL GIFFORD, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 RICHARDSON, CHARLES S, Sergeant (A, 9, 36)

 

 

 June 10, 1918

 

4th Brigade, 2nd Div

 WHITE, CLARENCE RAY, Private, Belleau Woods, killed

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BARRY, LEWIS W, Private (A, 12, 29)

 BELK, CHARLES, Private (A, 1, 42)

 BIGLOW, LESLIE, Private (A, 9, 1)

 DALEY, JOSEPH MICHAEL, Corporal (A, 12, 51)

 SHOVER, OSCAR EARL, Private (A, 2, 73)

Suresnes Cemetery

 BURNS, ROBERT SAMUEL, Private, killed in action (B, 11, 22)

(cemetery not known)

 MCKAY, LESLIE BOYD, Sergeant, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SLONE, HARLEY H, Corporal, killed in action (A, 5, 40)

Suresnes Cemetery

 SIMS, ARTHUR D, Private (B, 11, 24)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GIBBS, RUFUS M, Private (B, 13, 1)

 

 France (units not known)

 BARBER, GORDON CURTIS, Private, died of wounds

 BELK, CHARLES, Private, killed in action

 CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT, Private, died of wounds

 CUNNINGHAM, ARTHUR, Private, died of wounds

 TISCHER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 11, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BABBITT, LAWSON Mc V, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BANGS, THEODORE ED, Private (A, 5, 78)

 BOCK, FRED EUGENE, Private, died of wounds (A, 7, 76)

 BRAY, WILLIAM KENNETH, Private (A, 4, 75)

 CHANDLER, GEORGE I, Private, killed in action (A, 5, 39)

 EDGE, EDWARD THOMAS, Private (A, 5, 84)

 FASANO, JOSEPH, Private (A, 3, 51)

 FERRANTI, ERNEST J, Private (A, 5, 38)

 LAWSON, VALENTINE, Private (B, 6, 60)

 LEITNER, ALOYSIUS, Private, died of wounds (A, 3, 71)

 LEMON, GILBERT W, Corporal (A, 5, 79)

 LOCKHART, GEORGE W, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 MOSS, WILLIAM Merr, Private, killed in action (A, 12, 3)

 MULLEN, RUSSELL W, Private (A, 2, 71)

 NAEGELEN, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Private, killed in action (A, 12, 71)

 NOLAN, WILLIAM T J, Private (A, 5, 88)

 NORTON, WALTER V (CHARLES), Private, Belleau Woods (A, 8, 76)

 OUZTS, JOSEPH P, Private (A, 13, 73)

 STEWART, ALBERT D, Private (A, 12, 72)

 TATE, JAMES CLARKE, Private, killed in action (A, 10, 68)

 THORN, RAYMOND S, Private (A, 12, 50)

 VINYARD, HOWARD, Corporal (A, 9, 75)

(cemetery not known)

 ABBOTT, CARL TALMAGE, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BEATTY, HARRY POND, Private (B, 7, 18)

 GROSSMAN, HOMER, Corporal, killed in action (B, 8, 54)

 HUEY, WELLMAN H, Private (A, 6, 40)

 KIRK, ROBERT BRUCE, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 LEBLANC, NAPOLEON J, Corporal, killed in action (A, 7, 33)

 MAY, WALTER ADOLPH, Private, killed in action (A, 1, 60)

 MCDONALD, JOHN BOONE, Private, killed in action (B, 6, 85)

 MULLINS, LESTER WANE, Private (A, 6, 34)

 SWINGLE, VERN ERWIN, Corporal (A, 4, 71)

 TAYLOR, EDWARD W, Corporal (A, 4, 48)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 HALE, CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, Private, killed in action (A, 13, 35)

 

France (units not known)

 ASHE, ARTHUR JAMES, Private, killed in action

 BIERCE, JEROME ARTHUR, Private, died of wounds

 DI NOTO, SALVATORE, Private, killed in action

 HUNT, LEONARD WESLEY, Private, killed in action

 KIRCHNER, HENRY, Private, killed in action

 LAWRENCE, JOHN RICHARD, Private, killed in action

 MCCOY, JAMES, Captain, killed in action

 ROSKA, VICTOR JOSEPH, Private, died of wounds

 WERTZ, JAMES CLAIR, Gunnery Sergeant, killed in action

 WILLIAMS, LLOYD WILLIAM, Major, died of wounds

Medal of Honor - June 11, 1918 - Lieutenant (Medical Corps) ORLANDO HENDERSON PETTY US Naval Reserve Force, Belleau Wood. Born: 20 February 1874, HARRISON, Ohio. Appointed from: Pennsylvania. Citation: For extraordinary heroism while serving with the 5th Regiment, U.S. Marines, in France during the attack in the Boise de Belleau, June 11, 1918. While under heavy fire of high explosive and gas shells in the town of Lucy, where his dressing station was located, Lt. Petty attended to and evacuated the wounded under most trying conditions. Having been knocked to the ground by an exploding gas shell which tore his mask, Lt. Petty discarded the mask and courageously continued his work. His dressing station being hit and demolished, he personally helped carry Capt. Williams, wounded, through the shellfire to a place of safety.

 

 

 June 12, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ABRAMS, EDWARD B, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 BLACKBURN, WILLIAM PRENN, Corporal (A, 3, 11)

 BLAIR, HOWARD, Private (B, 8, 42)

 BRADBURY, EBEN, Jr, Private (A, 7, 84)

 COLBY, ELWOOD LORIN, Corporal (A, 4, 63)

 DENN, ALEXANDER, Private (A, 5, 31)

 FRASER, GILBERT D, Private (A, 10, 58)

 FROCK, MAURICE E, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 GRAVENER, JOHN N, Corporal (A, 13, 63)

 GREEN, CHARLES N, Private (A, 5, 30)

 JAROSIK, JACOB F, Private (A, 3, 61)

 MCCOOK, MARTIN JOSEPH, Private (A, 4, 7)

 MCGRATH, JOSEPH JAMES, Private (A, 3, 5)

 MCWHIRTER, W L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MOSELEY, BENJAMIN F, Private (A, 4, 1)

 PERRY, AUBREY HASTI, Private (A, 6, 85)

 PHILLIPS, HARVEY C, Private (A, 9, 76)

 REATH, THOMAS R, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 10, 56)

 REICHIE, E J, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 RISKA, JOHN JOHNSON, Private (A, 6, 59)

 ROSS, WILLIAM K, Private (A, 5, 81)

 SAVERCOOL, DAVID R, Corporal (A, 5, 29)

 TORGERSON, JAMES A, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 WOJCZYSNKSI, A, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

Suresnes Cemetery

 BARTLETT, EMERY AUGUSTUS, Private, died of wounds (B, 15, 21)

 COOKE, RALPH, Private (B, 15, 31)

 MILLER, ADAM JOHN, Private (B, 15, 6)

(cemetery not known)

 THOMAS, VERL THOMAS, Private, Belleau Woods

 TRAPP, DONALD LEO, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

COXE, HAROLD JAMES, Sergeant (B, 3, 22)

 DEAN, JAMES LEONARD, Private (A, 9, 4)

 FLICK, FREDERICK S H, Private, killed in action (A, 9, 22)

 HUBNER, WILLIAM L, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 PRICHARD, WALLACE B, Private (A, 10, 59)

 SHOEMAKER, WILLIS RICHARD, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 SUITER, CHARLES E, Private (A, 3, 38)

Suresnes Cemetery

 CLAUSEN, HARRY ELMER, Private (B, 15, 16)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 RIEBOLD, FREDERICK L, Private (B, 12, 19)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 SEMIAN, JOHN, Corporal (C, 1, 28)

 

France (units not known)

 CHALK, FRANK B, Private, killed in action

 HAYBECK, CHARLES, Jr, Corporal, killed in action

 JOHNSON, CARL ALBERT, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 THOMPSON, DANIEL OTHA, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 13, 1918

 

End of German Montdidier-Noyon Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BENNETT, ELLWOOD A, Private (A, 4, 61)

 BENNETT, WILLIAM E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BURNETT, J T, 1st Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 FAGAN, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Corporal, killed in action (A, 5, 87)

 GULBRANDSEN, E E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MCGINNIS, CHARLES ROSCOE, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 11, 60)

 NEWELL, L E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 REYNOLDS, RICHARD SETON, Jr, Private, killed in action (A, 7, 73)

 RICHARDSON, LOWELL F, Corporal (A, 3, 34)

 WADE, IRVIN, Corporal (A, 10, 65)

 WATERHOUSE, HASCALL F, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 1, 14)

 ZEMAITIS, MINDOW, Private (A, 4, 88)

(cemetery not known)

 ERICKSON, DONALD EDWARD, Private, died of wounds

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DITTMAN, CARL JOSEPH, Private (A, 7, 36)

 MYERS, HARRY CAMPBELL, Private (B, 3, 2)

 NEWITT, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Private (A, 13, 51)

 QUILTER, JAMES J, Private (A, 3, 41)

 SMITH, CLARENCE W, 1st Lieutenant (A, 3, 28)

 VAN TASSELL, T R, Private (A, 9, 55)

 WELCH, MARTIN L, Jr, Private, missing in action, commemorated

Hollywood Cemetery, N J

 STOCKHAM, FRED WILLIAM, Gunnery Sergeant

Suresnes Cemetery

 STIRLING, HUGH A, Private, died of wounds (B, 15, 15)

(cemetery not known)

 TUCKER, FRANK, Private, killed in action

 

France (units not known)

 ADAMS, FRANK RALPH, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 BERGER, WALTER HOWARD, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 BOWYER, ROBERT CLINTON, Private, died of wounds

 BRAINERD, ROBERT LESLIE, Private, died of wounds

 CAREY, CHARLES HERBERT, Private, died of wounds

 DANLEY, JOHN ROBERT, Corporal, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 HARGAN, NORMAN, Private, died of wounds

 

Replacement Battalion 3, Co. 140

 CHURCH, LORIN JASPER, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 14, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 EDGE, FLOYD, Private (A, 4, 77)

 KEENEY, CHARLES H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 LINDER, EARL S, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MCCORMICK, JAMES A, Private (A, 3, 89)

 MELROSE, JACK M, Corporal (A, 2, 25)

 PUGH, ARTHUR CLEO, Corporal (A, 2, 84)

 SPRING, IRA LOUIS, Corporal (A, 4, 54)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ESSLIN, LIONEL HAROLD, Private, killed in action (A, 11, 57)

 LAWS, DOUGLAS K, Corporal (A, 13, 44)

 ROBERTSON, ERNEST A, Corporal (A, 8, 49)

 

France (units not known)

 LOFTUS, MICHAEL, Private, killed in action

 MARSHALL, ALBERT RICHARD, Private, died of wounds

 ROUNDS, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Private, killed in action   

 

USS Cyclops, collier, ship went missing after 4 March, declared lost on 14 June

 HILL, THORNTON WINDERS, Private

 STAMEY, WALTER D, Private

 

 

 June 15, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DEYON, JOSEPH ROYAL, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GALL, PAUL W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 JIMERFIELD, HERBERT W, Private, killed in action (A, 8, 87)

 ROBERTS, SIDNEY C, Private (A, 7, 38)

 TOMAKA, GEORGE, Private (A, 12, 53)

 TOOMEY, ROBERT JOHN, Private (B, 2, 9)

 WEEKS, WILLIAM E, Private (B, 12, 66)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GARY, MARION, Private (A, 3, 70)

 MESPLAY, VICTOR E, Private (A, 11, 50)

 WALLACE, EUGENE, Private (B, 4, 44)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DONAHUE, DANIEL ED, Sergeant (B, 7, 67)

 OVERLAND, JOHN ALBERT, Drummer (B, 6, 46)

Arlington Cemetery

 MAJOR, HARLAN EUGENE, Captain, killed in action (S, 4305 W)

 

France (units not known)

 KERR, HAROLD Root, Corporal, killed in action

 LEMMON, BERREL ANDREW, Private, died of wounds

 SCOTT, WILLIAM ELMER, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 16, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 JOHNSON, DAVID A, Corporal, died of wounds (B, 2, 12)

 ROEHRIG, RALPH JOHN, Private (A, 13, 26)

 SPIRE, W J, Jr, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 STINSON, DANIEL C, Private (A, 2, 45)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GUERRY, THEODORE L, Private (A, 9, 88)

 MILLER, LAURENCE B, Private (A, 5, 47)

 PRECHAL, WILLIAM, Private (B, 2, 79)

Suresnes Cemetery

 CHRISTENSEN, GEORGE GURNEY, Corporal (B, 11, 31)

 

France (units not known)

 DENNIS, CLARENCE A, 2nd Lieutenant, killed in action

 DUNCAN, DONALD F, Captain, killed in action

 GREEN, HERBERT E, Sergeant, Belleau Woods, died of wounds

 LINNEMAN, LEO PETER, Private, died of wounds

 WATSON, MARVIN, Private, killed in action

 WERNER, BERNARD, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 17, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SOUDER, HERBERT H, Private, killed in action (B, 2, 15)

 WHEELER, NEIL EVANS, Sergeant (B, 3, 23)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DORNBLASER, RAYMOND EDISON, Private (B, 2, 31)

 LYMAN, GRANT H, Private, died of wounds (B, 3, 6)

 MCGRATH, JOHN JOSEPH, Private, died of wounds (B, 5, 31)

 VON GLAHN, HERMAN H, Private (B, 8, 67)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 KITE, CLEMENT CRES, Gunnery Sergeant (A, 13, 89)

 

France (units not known)

 CLAYTON, JAMES A, Private, died of wounds

 HOOVER, PHILLIP H, Private, died of wounds

 

USMC, 5th Marine Regiment, Company A, in France, presumably Battle of Belleau Woods

 MAXWELL, DAVID MARION, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, USN, wounded in action, DOW

 

 

 June 18, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 PHILLIPS, GAIL OAKLEY, Corporal (B, 15, 22)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Arlington Cemetery

 KNOX, DOUGLAS HAMILTON, Jr, Private, died of wounds (WH EU, 3860)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 COLE, EDWARD B, Major (B, 3, 37)

 

France (units not known)

 BOETTSCHER, CHARLES HENRY, Private, killed in action

 MARKUSIC, FRED FRED, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 19, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 KING, JOSEPH ELMER, Private, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 CUMMINGS, FRANK ALBERT, Private, died of wounds

 SUCHY, WILLIAM O, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 20, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ELY, ROBERT L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SCHLUMPBERGER, A H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 STEINKAMP, C W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

 

 June 21, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SPAKE, JACOB W, Jr, Private (B, 3, 35)

 TAYLOR, GEORGE R, Private (B, 2, 5)

 

France (unit not known)

 SHERMAN, ANTHONY MICHAEL, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 22, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 DUDA, WALTER FRANK, Sergeant (B, 15, 11)

 

 

 June 23, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BLIVEN, RAYMOND E, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 BOBICK, MICHAEL, Private, died of wounds (B, 4, 60)

 BUCHHEISTER, ERNEST L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BURHANS, ROBERT A, Corporal, killed in action (A, 2, 89)

 CLEVELAND, G E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 DE HAVEN, J F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 FACKRELL, HUGH, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GROLLMAN, HERMAN, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 HEISEL, JAMES EVERETT, Private, killed in action (A, 12, 28)

 HEYMANN, HENRY PETER, Sergeant, killed in action (A, 3, 80)

 HILLIX, HARRY, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 ISH, REX WHITFIELD, Sergeant (B, 7, 63)

 KORSKEY, JOSEPH W, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 LOCKWOOD, HARRY Muir, Private, killed in action (A, 4, 46)

 QUINN, E D, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SMITH, RAY XAVIER, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 SNIDER, H C, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 STRAIN, JOHN HOWARD, Private, died of wounds (A, 10, 79)

 TURNER, BENJAMIN F, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 WILSON, ROBERT DONALD ABERCROMBIE, Private, died of wounds (A, 2, 24)

 WOOD, HOWARD B, Corporal (A, 10, 46)

(cemetery not known)

 ASHWORTH, JOHN DENHAM, Corporal, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 EHRHARDT, RAYMOND, Private, killed in action (A, 11, 49)

 

France (units not known)

 LAYTON, RUSH, Private, died of wounds

 WALBURN, ALFRED C, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Cantigny

 YARBOROUGH, GEORGE Hampton, Jr, Lieutenant, killed in action

 

 

 June 24, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BAIER, ERNEST H, Private (B, 12, 43)

 IRWIN, WILLIAM, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 JOYCE, THOMAS H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PROSSER, FRED ELLSWORTH, Corporal (A, 1, 19)

 REYNOLDS, LELAND M, Private (A, 1, 29)

 SKIDMORE, VAN R, Private (B, 13, 14)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 PLACEK, JOSEPH T H, Private (C, 26, 37)

Suresnes Cemetery

 ROSE, RICHARD W P, Corporal (B, 9, 23)

 

France (units not known)

 KANSERSKI, OTTO, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 STEINMETZ, EDWARD JOSEPH, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 25, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 AMES, EVERT AMES, Corporal (B, 3, 33)

 HIGGINS, HENRY E, Private (A, 12, 85)

 IRMINGER, JAMES P, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 JOHNSON, JAMES D, Corporal (A, 9, 87)

 KIMBALL, RICHARD, Private (B, 2, 27)

 KLEINMAN, MORONI, Private (A, 13, 38)

 LILLY, CLARENCE E, Sergeant (A, 13, 62)

 O'CONNELL, DANIEL J, Private (A, 12, 76)

 PAGE, ALLISON M, Corporal (A, 3, 45)

 PEERS, DAVID K, Corporal, killed in action (A, 3, 76)

 PLEISCH, CECIL WINFORD, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 RESENDES (RESENES), WILLIAM JAMES, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 RISHEL, JOSEPH LYSLE, Private, accident (B, 4, 61)

 ROBINS, HOWARD V, Sergeant (A, 11, 77)

 TYSON, BENJAMIN R, Private (B, 2, 11)

 VOGT, JOHN ORVILLE, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 WELLER, SIDNEY, Private, missing in action, commemorated

(cemetery not known)

 MCCURRY, LEWIS MELTON, Private, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 ANTES, BERT E, Corporal, died of wounds

 YOUNG, FRED CURTIS, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

 

 June 26, 1918

End of Battle of Belleau Wood, started June 6 - US 2nd Infantry (including 4th Marine Brigade - 5th and 6th Regiments) and 3rd Divisions

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 HATHAWAY, HARRY F, Private (B, 1, 13)

 KEMBLE, FRANK WESLEY, Private (B, 11, 60)

 LUMAREE, LEROY WHITMORE, Private (A, 7, 59)

 PARROTT, STEPHEN O J, Private (A, 4, 80)

(cemetery not known)

 FEHR, JOHN DAVE, Private, died of wounds

 SCHULER, LOUIS BAPTISTE, Private, died of wounds

 

France (unit not known)

 PENCE, FRED LEON, Private, killed in action

 

USMC, 5th Marine Regiment, Medical Unit, presumably Battle of Belleau Woods, both wounded in action, DOW

 SCHULER, LOUIS BAPTISTE, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USN

 WELTY, FRANK GEORGE, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, USN

 

 June 27, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 MACGREGOR, LEWIS A, Private, died of wounds (A, 3, 66)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BARNES, BRUNO, Private (A, 4, 57)

 BURTON, WILLIAM E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 CLOPTON, GEORGE I, Private (B, 8, 57)

 O'FLINN, J L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

France (units not known)

 AXTON, ANDREW K, Private, killed in action

 BENNETT, ARTIE, Private, killed in action

 CANFIELD, JOHN R, Corporal, killed in action

 CONE, BENJAMIN, Corporal, killed in action

 COOPER, FRED L, Private, killed in action

 CRAZE, EZRA E, Private, died of wounds

 DENNIS, FRANCE EDWARDS, Private, killed in action

 DORRIS, FRANK P, Corporal, killed in action

 FORE, WILEY D, Private, killed in action

 HARGROVE, ALBERT M, Corporal, killed in action

 HELLMAN, SIMON, Corporal, killed in action

 HOWE, ALLEN H, Private, killed in action

 JENSEN, LAURENCE C, Private, killed in action

 LARSON, CLARENCE A, Private, killed in action

 LOOGER, CHARLES D, Corporal, killed in action

 MADSEN, EDMUND T, 1st Sergeant, killed in action

 MARTIN, WALKER W, Private, killed in action

 MCNALLY, FRANK T, Private, killed in action

 MICHAEL, GEORGE E, Private, killed in action

 PELLINGTON, RAYMOND, Corporal, killed in action

 RINDEAL, ARTHUR J, Gunnery Sergeant, killed in action

 RING, LOUIS GOMER, Private, killed in action

 ROAN, GEORGE B, Sergeant, died of wounds

 SAUNDERS, JOHN E, Private, killed in action

 SAYLOR, WILLIAM H, Private, killed in action

 SCHWEBKE, BERNARD A, Private, killed in action

 SIMPSON, ROY H, Private, killed in action

 SWANSON, WALTER E, Private, killed in action

 VENN, EDWARD J, Private, killed in action

 

 

 June 28, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 BENTON, WILLIAM A, Private, killed in action

 BUCKMAN, J, Private, killed in action

 CLEVELAND, WILLIAM R, Sergeant, killed in action

 CLORE, ROBERT L, Corporal, killed in action

 EVANS, LLOYD V, Private, died of wounds

 EXNER, WILLIAM PAUL, Private, died of wounds

 KOWKER, A J, Corporal, killed in action

 LOOMIS, GLENN S, Private, killed in action

 MCGOVERN, PHILIP N, Private, killed in action

 MCNELLY, WILLIAM J, Private, died of wounds

 MUDECK, JOSEPH S, Private, killed in action

 ROOS, JOHN, Private, died of wounds

 SHIELDS, ROBERT MORRIS, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 29, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 MATTIMORE, EARL W M, Private (B, 3, 9)

 SMITH, LEON RALZA, Private, killed in action (A, 11, 65)

Suresnes Cemetery

 EAMES, RAYMOND R, Private, gassed on 14 June (B, 11, 10)

 

 

 June 30, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CUMINGS, WELLS BRADLEY, Private (A, 6, 43)

 

15th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

 HORTON, CARL HARVEY, Private, died of wounds in Bordeaux, France,

 

France (unit not known)

 ROMANS, ERNEST, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 July 1, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SPRUNT, RUSSELL K, Private (A, 3, 65)

 

 

 July 2, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DUNCAN, DAVID THEODORE, Private (B, 8, 81)

 

France (units not known)

 ARNOLD, SERREN L, Private, missing

 ATTAWAY, WILLIAM J, Private, died of wounds

 AUSTIN, WAYNE G, Private, missing

 BELL, CARL L, Private, missing

 BENNETT, MONT, Private, missing

 CRAFT, BOYKIN W, Private, missing

 DOST, FRANKLYN L, Sergeant, missing

 FLANAGAN, JOSEPH M, Private, died of wounds

 FULMER, CLINTON W, Private, missing

 GORNEY, FRANK, Private, missing

 HARRIS, LESLIE J, Trumpeter, missing

 JOHNSON, RAYMOND C, Private, missing

 KAISER, JOHN H, Private, killed in action

 KENNEDY, THOMAS B, Private, died of wounds

 KINGSTON, FREDERICK J, Private, missing

 LAW, ROBERT, Private, missing

 LYON, CEDRIC E, Private, missing

 NAGLE, GARRY, Private, missing

 PIZER, NATHAM, Private, killed in action

 RAMOLD, JOHN, Private, missing

 RIVARD, ROZAIRE D, Private, killed in action

 ROBINSON, DAYTON H, Private, missing

 SAWYER, JOHN E, Private, missing

 SIMMONS, WENEFRED S, Private, missing

 SPANG, BENJAMIN J, Private, missing

 STIELKE, CARL, Private, missing

 WALTON, JAMES P, Private, missing

 WEAVER, WILLIAM, Sergeant, died of wounds

 WHITE, FRANK J, Corporal, missing

 WILKES, JOSEPH S, Private, killed in action

 

Machine Gun Replacement Battalion 1, Co. 150

 SNOVER, OSCAR, Private, illness

 

(unit not known)

 HALL, WILLIAM, Private, illness

 

 

 July 3, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 LEENHOUTS, WILLIARD G, Private (A, 11, 42)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BENNERS, ARCHIBALD B, Private (B, 7, 59)

 

 

 July 4, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 DANIELSON, JOSEPH, Private (B, 11, 13)

 

France (units not known)

 BENSON, RAYMOND R, Private, died of wounds

 CARMAN, HAROLD C, Sergeant, killed in action

 COLLIER, EARL M, Private, killed in action

 CONWAY, PETER, Sergeant, killed in action

 DUNLAVY, HERBERT D, Private, killed in action

 EATON, JOHN P, Private, killed in action

 ELLIOTT, HARRY W, Corporal, killed in action

 ELLSWORTH, BUSTER A, Private, killed in action

 GRANT, THEODORE C, Private, killed in action

 HANMER, JOHN A, Private, killed in action

 HESS, ROBERT B, Corporal, died of wounds

 HOFFMAN, WILLIAM, Sergeant, died of wounds

 HUGHES, AMBROSE, Corporal, killed in action

 LAIDLAW, ROLLIN W, Corporal, killed in action

 MCBRIDE, ARTHUR, Private, killed in action

 MURRAY, EDWARD R, Private, died of wounds

 NIELSON, RAYMOND H, Private, killed in action

 PANKOW, HENRY, Private, killed in action

 SOMERS, VERNON L, 2nd Lieutenant, killed in action

 SUTTLES, MORRIS T, Private, killed in action

 TARTIKOFF, DAVID, Private, killed in action

 

 

 July 5, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 NICHOLAS, ARLIE CARL, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 July 8, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CROSS, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, Private, died of wounds (A, 8, 39)

 

 

 July 9, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BEACH, JOSEPH Mansfield, Private, died of wounds (B, 5, 42)

 

 

 July 11, 1918

 

Cuba (units not known)

 KROLL, WALTER FRANKLIN, Private, at Gitmo, struck by lightning

 

France (units not known)

 BLANKENSHIP, DONALD M, Private, died of wounds

 ST JOHN, ALCIDE N, Gunnery Sergeant, died of wounds

 

 

 July 12, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 MORGAN, JAMES DOUGLAS, Private, died of wounds (C, 15, 35)

 

(unit not known)

 ZIPPERER, JOHN BABTIST, Private, Parris Island, S C, accident

 

 

 July 13, 1918

 

Start of German Champagne-Marne Offensive, 5th and last Phase of Michael Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Arlington Cemetery

 ELMORE, ARTHUR T, 1st Lieutenant, died of wounds (SW H, 4371)

 

 

 July 15, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 EASTER, JAMES WHEELER, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 

France (units not known)

 ANDERSON, RAY, Sergeant, missing

 AUSTIN, WALTER STANLEY, Private, died

 BOYD, FOY, Private, died of wounds

 DEMING, EDWARD J, Private, killed in action

 DIAL, HARVEY G, Private, killed in action

 DIGBY, RUSSELL B, Private, died of wounds

 HARRIS, ETHAN E, Corporal, missing

 JOYNER, RAYMOND S, Private, missing

 KERRIGAN, FRANK A, Private, killed in action

 STEPHENS, EDWARD U, Private, missing

 WENDELL, EDWARD H, Private, killed in action

 WOODGRIFT, CHARLES E, Corporal, killed in action

 

 

 July 16, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 GREENE, EDGAR CARL, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 July 17, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GORTH, HARRY JACOB, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 LEASE, FRANK V, Private (A, 12, 10)

 

 

 July 18, 1918

 

End of German Champagne-Marne Offensive

 

Start of Allied Aisne-Marne Counter-Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BROSSEAU, PAUL A, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 CHEFETZ, H, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 CHISM, JAMES H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 CORBIN, FRANCIS B, Corporal (B, 12, 85)

 DUKE, JIMMIE LEWIS, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HENRY, CURTIS L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 KNOTT, GEORGE THOMAS, Sergeant (B, 12, 28)

 MCKINNY, HARRY WILLIAM, Private (B, 11, 85)

 MENSCHEL, PAUL H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MILLER, LOUIS F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MUSBACH, CARL F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 RIKER, HARRY, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SNAIR, B W, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 TRITT, WALTER JACOB, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 WALLEIGH, HARRY R, Private (B, 12, 27)

 WITBECK, ALDEN M, Corporal (B, 5, 22)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 FISH, GERALD ELLIS, Private (D, 14, 14)

 GORMAN, EDWIN M, Private, killed in action (A, 15, 35)

 STACH, WALTER S, Private (C, 10, 24)

 YOUNG, VEARN WILLIAM, Corporal, died of wounds (C, 22, 6)

(cemetery not known)

 GREEN, OVAL HARLAN, Private, Soissons

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 GLEASON, JOHN WILLIAM, Private (C, 23, 9)

 REDFORD, DAVID A, 1st Lieutenant (A, 17, 7)

 

(unit not known, possibly 13th Regiment)

 MCROBERTS, PAUL STINE, Private, Quantico, Va, illness/disease

 

Medal of Honor - July 18, 1918 - Sergeant LOUIS CUKELA USMC, near Viller-Cottertes, 66th Company, 5th Regiment, 2nd Div. Born: 1 May 1888, Sebenes, Austria. Accredited to: Minnesota. (Also received Army Medal of Honor.) Citation: For extraordinary heroism while serving with the 66th Company, 5th Regiment during action in the Forest de Retz, near Viller-Cottertes, France, July 18, 1918. Sgt. Cukela (right - as Major) advanced alone against an enemy strong point that was holding up his line. Disregarding the warnings of his comrades, he crawled out from the flank in the face of heavy fire and worked his way to the rear of the enemy position. Rushing a machine gun emplacement, he killed or drove off the crew with his bayonet, bombed out the remaining part of the strong point with German hand grenades and captured 2 machine guns and 4 men.

 

Medal of Honor - 18 July , 1918 - Sergeant MATEJ KOCAK USMC (killed 4 October , 1918), near Viller-Cottertes. Born: 31 December 1882, Gbely (Slovakia), Austria. Accredited to: New York. ( Also received Army Medal of Honor. ) Citation: For extraordinary heroism while serving with the 66th Company, 5th Regiment, 2d Division, in action in the Viller-Cottertes section, south of Soissons, France, 18 July , 1918. When a hidden machine gun nest halted the advance of his battalion, Sgt. Kocak went forward alone unprotected by covering fire and worked his way in between the German positions in the face of heavy enemy fire. Rushing the enemy position with his bayonet, he drove off the crew. Later the same day, Sgt. Kocak organized French colonial soldiers who had become separated from their company and led them in an attack on another machine gun nest which was also put out of action.


 

 July 19, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BINCKLEY, HERBERT J, Private (B, 6, 49)

 GREGG, THOMAS J, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 MACK, WILLIAM H, 2nd Lieutenant, missing in action, commemorated

 NILAN, M A, Private, missing in action, commemorated

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 COBELDICK, JOHN HENRY, Sergeant (C, 9, 10)

 OLIVER, JOHN WALTER, Jr, Private, killed in action (D, 16, 24)

 SOCKEL, FRANK, Sergeant (D, 35, 27)

 ST LOUIS, ROLAND GENY, Sergeant (A, 18, 18)

 WASS, LESTER S, Captain, killed in action (D, 16, 12)

(cemetery not known)

 SANDER, FREDERICK EDWARD, Sergeant

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BROSIUS, LLOYD, Sergeant (A, 5, 76)

 DULEY, H G, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HINDS, FREDERICK C, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PACK, ALONZO G, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SUMNER, ALLEN M, Captain (A, 13, 25)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BARNETT, WILLIAM M, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 BARR, JOHN W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BAYLESS, WILLIAM T, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 BROWN, LEO H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BRYAN, JOHN V, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BURKE, LEO T, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BURR, CARLETON, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 2, 76)

 COONEY, JOHN THOMAS, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 COPELAND, SAMUEL L, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 COREY, JAMES LOWELL, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 COX, WALTER J, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 CROUCH, HARVEY ELLERY, Private, died of wounds (B, 2, 64)

 DANIELS, ROY L, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 DAVIES, JOHN R, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 DEPLER, ABRAHAM, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 DUFFER, W O, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 DUFFIN, ARTHUR THOMAS, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 FARMER, W H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GABEL, PHILIP GARFIELD, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GARRISON (or GARISSON), ED THERON, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GARVEY, EDWARD J, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GORDON, JAMES MONROE, Private (B, 1, 56)

 HAMILTON, FRANK L, Private (A, 2, 81)

 HARTENBOWER, M F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HINDMAN, THOMAS J, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 HYNNE, ELVIN J, Private (B, 2, 86)

 IMESON, THOMAS H, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 ISAACS, SOLOMON, Private (B, 12, 8)

 JOHNSON, JONAS, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MALECKI, JOHN EDWARD, Private (B, 11, 48)

 MANNIS, JESSE RUFUS, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 MCGRATH, JOHN L, Jr, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PIERSON, W E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PROBERT, FRANCIS EDGAR, Private (B, 1, 55)

 RUTH, ALBION W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SCHULZ, HERBERT B, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SELB, HERMAN C, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 SHADLE, HERBERT I, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 SMITH, W F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SMITH, EDMUND T, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SNYDER, R G, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 SULLIVAN, ARTHUR G, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 TINSLEY, MELVIN D, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 WAGNER, FRED C, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 WILLIAMS, ALFRED, Jr, Private (A, 1, 9)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 ADDISON, GEORGE LESLIE, Private (C, 16, 11)

 AHL, MAX HENRY, Corporal (C, 16, 6)

 ALDRICH, EDWARD JOSEPH, Private (C, 16, 5)

 AXLINE, RALPH CARTIN, Private (C, 22, 29)

 BAIRD, GUY RALPH, Private (C, 16, 8)

 BAUDIS, THOMAS JAMES, Private, killed in action (C, 23, 8)

 CARSON, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Private, died of wounds (C, 8, 33)

 CHRISTIANSEN, FRANK D, Private (D, 35, 14)

 COOK, CLAUD THOMPSON, Corporal, died of wounds (D, 25, 30)

 COOPER, WILLIAM H, Sergeant (D, 32, 32)

 DALQUIST, OSCAR ED, Private (B, 30, 2)

 DANZ, WALTER, Private (D, 25, 10)

 EDGAR, ERNEST DRAPER, Private (D, 6, 10)

 ERDMANN, FORD EATON, Private, killed in action (D, 14, 11)

 FICHTER, CHARLES E, Corporal (D, 17, 21)

 FIELDS, HOWARD H, Private (D, 32, 21)

 FIGGINS, JOHN ANDERSON, Private, killed in action (C, 16, 7)

 GRAHAM, ROY B, Private (C, 16, 2)

 HAUGSTEN, NILS O, Private (C, 37, 11)

 HEIN, FRANK GEORGE, Private, died of wounds (C, 31, 2)

 JONES, CECIL JAMES, Private (A, 34, 13)

 KAPALIS, JOHN RAPHAEL, Private (C, 16, 4)

 KING, EUGENE J, Private (C, 35, 25)

 LAKE, ARCHIE LEWIS, Private (C, 16, 9)

 LEHMAN, KERLIN, Private (C, 8, 7)

 MACDONALD, HUGH ALEXANDER, Sergeant (C, 22, 34)

 MCCORMICK, JAMES J, Gunnery Sergeant (C, 16, 3)

 MCCORMICK, C T A, Jr, Private (C, 32, 25)

 MCCREARY, DONALD K, Private (C, 23, 33)

 MEAD, ARCHIE LEROY, Private (C, 23, 30)

 MILES, ELLIS MERLE, Sergeant, killed in action (D, 15, 25)

 MOORE, ORLIE EARNEST, Private, killed in action (C, 23, 22)

 MOORE, ALBERT EDWARD, Private (C, 40, 31)

 MORRIS, CHARLES D, Private (C, 32, 23)

 MURPHY, MICHAEL JAMES, Sergeant (C, 11, 14)

 NAUGHER (also spelt as NEAGER in press reports), ROBERT LEAMON, Private (C, 39, 37)

 OLIVER, WENDALL HOLMES, Private (D, 5, 27)

 O'SHEA, JOHN B, Private (D, 33, 27)

 OWENS, JAMES EDWARD, Private (C, 41, 6)

 PAGE, PERCY SHERMAN, Private (A, 29, 3)

 PALMER, JESSE ADRIEN, Private (C, 23, 7)

 PATTERSON, THOMAS F, Private (D, 17, 19)

 PHELPS, WILLIAM ERNEST, Private (A, 37, 1)

 PHILO, LEONARD D, Private (D, 32, 23)

 RANKIN, BRUCE REYBUR, Sergeant (C, 11, 8)

 SALLINGER, LLOYD A, Private (C, 11, 9)

 SAUNDERS, GEORGE R, Trumpeter (B, 23, 4)

 SHEDDEN, CLARENCE A, Private (A, 27, 2)

 SHORT, LLOYD, Private (C, 22, 35)

 STATON, JAMES FLOYD, Private (A, 34, 15)

 STILLER, MICHAEL J, Sergeant (D, 23, 11)

 STOUT, PAUL, Private (C, 23, 5)

 SUTTON, BERT THOMAS, Private, died of wounds (A, 38, 19)

 TAYLOR, CORWIN B, Sergeant (B, 30, 35)

 THRASHER, DANA B, Private (B, 39, 29)

 TIMBERLAKE, JAMES W, Private (C, 11, 10)

 TUCKER, RICHARD B, Private (C, 35, 12)

 WARREN, JOE B, Sergeant (C, 23, 6)

 WHITSON, FRED ALBERT, Private (A, 38, 18)

 WILSON, ROBERT HAROLD, Corporal (C, 23, 21)

 YEAGER, JENNINGS BRYAN, Private, killed in action (C, 22, 37)

(cemetery not known)

 BROCK, WARREN J, Private, Soissons, France, killed

 CARSTEDT, ALBERT B, Private, died of wounds

 EYNSON, WALTER MERL, Private, died of wounds

 KING, HOMER D, Private, Soissons, wounded, died "a few days later"

 LOWERY, AUSTIN ROGERS, Corporal, died of wounds

 SOUZA, MANUEL, Jr, Private, killed in action

 STOVER, JOHN OSCAR, Sergeant, killed in action

 VANWEY, ROY E, Private, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 CASEY, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Private, killed in action

 COLWELL, FRANK LOWERY, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Cantigny 1921

 CRANCER, WALTER ARONSON, Private, killed in action

 DUTRO, ROBERT LINCOLN, Private, killed in action

 DYE, WILLIAM EARL, Private, killed in action

 GOAD, LEONARD C, Private, died of wounds

 HILBERT, JAMES ROSWELL, Private, died of wounds

 KOCHIS, JOHN, Private, killed in action

 LINDER, EMERSON SHANNON, Private, killed in action

 MCGRATH, JAMES RAYMOND, Private, Aisne-Marne, killed in action

 MORGAN, ENOS CLIFFORD, Private, died of wounds

 NICOL, GEORGE RAYMOND, Private, died of wounds

 NOBLE, WALTER RAYMOND, Private, died of wounds

 PERKINS, LUTHER ALLEN, Private, died of wounds

 PIGGOTT, RAYMOND WILLARD, Private, killed in action

 PINKERTON, RAYMOND ALVIN, Private, died of wounds

 POMEROY, ALBERT STANLEY, Private, killed

 STEVENS, ORMAL DEWEY, Sergeant, died of wounds

Medal of Honor - July 19, 1918 - Lieutenant (Medical Corps) JOEL THOMPSON BOONE USN, Vierzy. Entered service at: St. CLAIR, Pa. Born: 2 August 1889, St. Clair, Pa. Citation: For extraordinary heroism, conspicuous gallantry, and intrepidity while serving with the 6th Regiment, U.S. Marines, in actual conflict with the enemy. With absolute disregard for personal safety, ever conscious and mindful of the suffering fallen, Surg. Boone (right) leaving the shelter of a ravine, went forward onto the open field where there was no protection and despite the extreme enemy fire of all calibers, through a heavy mist of gas, applied dressings and first aid to wounded Marines. This occurred southeast of Vierzy, near the cemetery, and on the road south from that town. When the dressings and supplies had been exhausted, he went through a heavy barrage of large-caliber shells, both high explosive and gas, to replenish these supplies, returning quickly with a sidecar load, and administered them in saving the lives of the wounded. A second trip, under the same conditions and for the same purpose, was made by Surg. Boone later that day.

 

Medal of Honor - July 19 and October 5, 1918 - Pharmacist's Mate First Class JOHN HENRY BALCH USN, Vierzy and Somme-Py. Entered service at: Kansas City, Mo. Born: 2 January 1896, Edgerton, Kans. Citation: For gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty, with the 6th Regiment, 2nd U.S. Marines, in action at Vierzy, on July 19, 1918. Balch unhesitatingly and fearlessly exposed himself to terrific machine gun and high-explosive fire to succor the wounded as they fell in the attack, leaving his dressing station voluntarily and keeping up the work all day and late into the night unceasingly for 16 hours. Also in the action at Somme-Py on October 5, 1918, he exhibited exceptional bravery in establishing an advanced dressing station under heavy shellfire.

 

 July 20, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GREENLEE, GEORGE A, Corporal (B, 5, 24)

 MAHRER, WILLIAM JOHN, Private (B, 6, 13)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 ALEXANDER, STERLING L, Private (D, 32, 16)

 CODY, EMMETT THOMAS, Private (D, 14, 18)

 SCHNARR, GEORGE B H, Private (C, 2, 28)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 HINDEILY, JOHN SIMON, Private (B, 11, 53)

 KEARNS, JOHN, Captain (B, 1, 32)

 SUOMINEN, TUURIE HENRY, Corporal (B, 2, 43)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 WILLIAMS, FOREST GRAY, Corporal (D, 5, 9)

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment Medical Unit, action not known)

 GRUBB, RICHARD URIAH, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, USN, killed in action

 

 July 21, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CARTER, G, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 CUNNINGHAM, C F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 GRUVER, FRED B, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 HORSTMANN, PAUL F, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 CAMERON, ROBERT CUTHBERT, Private (D, 23, 17)

 COLON, GEORGE OREN, Sergeant (A, 29, 1)

 KURZAWSKI, JOHN, Private (B, 30, 1)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BROWN, HENRY J, Private (B, 6, 2)

 BUNN, FREDERICK J, Private (B, 1, 40)

(cemetery not known)

 QUATTLANDER, PAUL J, Private, killed in action

 

France (units not known)

 BUNN, FREDERICK JETHRO, Private, died of wounds

 LOCKHART, TONA LAMBERT, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 July 22, 1918

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 KLINGENSTEIN, HERBERT W, Drummer, killed in action (A, 2, 78)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 FARRANT, O C, Sergeant (C, 4, 5)

 REEDY, PETE, Private, died of wounds (B, 1, 8)

 

 

 July 23, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 TAGGART, FREDERICK POLK, Sergeant, died of wounds (D, 41, 5)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 DANFORD, ERWIN, Sergeant, died of wounds (C, 20, 15)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BROUGH, FRANK C, Private (A, 8, 17)

Suresnes Cemetery

 SHORT, ELMER S, Private (B, 11, 34)

 

 

 July 24, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BASSANI, JOHN ANGELO, Corporal (B, 4, 11)

 GORDON, DONALD SMITH, 2nd Lieutenant, died of wounds (B, 10, 51)

 GREENE, ARCH, Private (B, 6, 42)

 

France (units not known)

 EAST, CHEETLE BURCH, Private, died of wounds

 LAWRENTZ, HERBERT FRANCIS, Private, died of wounds

 LOWRY, WILLIAM W, Private, killed in action

 MILLER, BLAIR CHARLES, Private, died of wounds

 STARKEY, FLOYD CLIFFORD, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 July 26, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 HEINRICH, RICHARD H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

France (unit not known)

 MCKENNEY, ROBERT WILLIAM, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 July 27, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 CROW, ARTHUR J, Private (B, 5, 40)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 ROZELL, CLARENCE O, Private, died of wounds (B, 6, 1)

 

 

 July 28, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 WALKER, IVAN C, Private, killed in action (B, 6, 17)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 STARK, JOHN DANIEL, Corporal, killed in action (B, 8, 29)

 

France (units not known)

 HARDOS, MICHAEL, Private, missing

 JOHNSON, GEORGE, Jr, Private, France, missing

 O'REILLY, WALLACE M, Private, France, killed in action

 

 

 July 29, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BRAILSFORD, THOMAS R, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 8, 36)

 COFFIN, CHARLES I J, Private (A, 1, 90)

 

 

 July 30, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 HEFRON, FREDERICK, Private (A, 16, 23)

Suresnes Cemetery

 CREIGHTON, JOSEPH V, Private (B, 1, 4)

 

 

 July 31, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 COSTIGAN, JAMES W, Private (A, 3, 46)

 

 

 August 2, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 COWL, JOHN O, Private, died of wounds

 EVANS, RICHARD A, Private, died of wounds

 MCAMIS, JOHN J, Sergeant, died of wounds

 

 

 August 3, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SHARPE, EUGENE, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

 

 August 5, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 HOLLIDAY, CHARLES P, Captain (B, 1, 27)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 CAPEHART, LAWRENCE HOMER, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 August 6, 1918

 

End of Allied Aisne-Marne Counter-Offensive

 

 

 August 8, 1918

 

Start of Allied Somme Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 ROWBOTTOM, GEORGE V, Sergeant, illness (B, 35, 20)

St Mihiel Cemetery

 THARAU, HERMAN, Gunnery Sergeant (D, 19, 23)

 

(unit not known, possibly 13th Regiment)

 WEINBERG, EDWARD, Private, Quantico, Va, drowned

 

 

 August 10, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 MCDERMOTT, EDWARD JOHN, Private (C, 28, 10)

 

 

 August 12, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 JENSEN, EARL EMIL, Corporal, died of wounds (A, 17, 10)

 

 

 August 14, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 DARBY, ALLEN P, Private, killed in action

 KLEBES, H G, Private, killed in action

 MULLIN, S C, Private, missing

 THOMAS, E L, Private, missing

 

 

 August 15, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 JOHNSTON, ARTHUR H, Gunnery Sergeant (B, 5, 29)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 JOHNSTON, SCOTT M, 2nd Lieutenant, died of wounds (B, 4, 21)

 

 

 August 16, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 BUSCH, ROY HEADRICK, Sergeant (C, 16, 32)

 

 

 August 17, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 MATTSON, JAMES, Sergeant, accidentally died

 

 

 August 18, 1918

 

Start of Allied Oise-Aisne Offensive

 

 

 August 19, 1918

 

Start of Allied Ypres-Lys Offensive

 

 

 August 20, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 LESHER, DENVER A, Private (B, 7, 22)

 

 

 August 23, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 DELUGE, HENRY, Private, missing

 ELGESHEISER, WILLIAM, Private, killed in action

 GILES, CHARLES W, Private, missing

 HEINZ, EDWARD L, Private, died of wounds

 KISHLER, EDWIN P, Private, killed in action

 STANSBERRY, LUKE, Lieutenant, missing

 TIGAN, WALTER J, Lieutenant, died of wounds

 TURNGREN, GUST A, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 August 25, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 COLVIN, DAVID P, Gunnery Sergeant, killed in action

 KIMMEL, HARRY, Private, killed in action

 MCCELLAND, JOHN M, Lieutenant, killed in action

 STAMM, W C, Private, missing

 

 

 August 26, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 REYNOLDS, JAMES FORREST, Private, killed in action

 WEST, CHESTER THOMAS, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 August 27, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 FOT, ROBERT COMER, Private, Key West, Florida, died

 

 

 August 28, 1918

 

13th USMC Reg

 DARLING, JAMES ROLAND, Private, declared dead, possibly Quantico, Va

 

 

 August 30, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 ABERCROMBIE, L F, Corporal, killed in action

 BEGG, WILLIAM, Private, missing

 CRONIN, R P, Sergeant, killed in action

 FINNEY, EMMERT O, Private, killed in action

 FISHER, JAMES E, Private, killed in action

 JACOBY, WILLIAM J, Private, missing

 LINDER, CLARENCE H, Private, missing

 MARTIN, A D, Private, killed in action

 MCDILL, HARDIN B, Private, missing

 MOLOSKI, BROWNIE L, Private, missing

 PHILLIPS, CHARLES M, Private, missing

 RAGGIO, A M A, Private, killed in action

 ROY, CHARLES H, Lieutenant, killed in action

 STEPHEN, ROBERT A, Corporal, killed in action

 WOLTER, FRANK R, Private, missing

 

 

 September 2, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 JEFFRIES, WILBUR HARLAND, Private, railroad accident

 

 

 September 6, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 HUMLER, JOE, Private, died of wounds

 JOHNSON, JAMES B, Corporal, killed in action

 

 

 September 7, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 BAUER, GEORGE F, Private (D, 32, 20)

 

 

 September 12, 1918

 

Start of American St Mihiel Offensive

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 DAVIS, CHARLES M, Private (C, 18, 24)

 PEEBLES, ROBERT B, Jr, Private (B, 15, 27)

 STEVENSON, GEORGE W, Private (B, 28, 19)

 WARREN, SAMUEL, Private (B, 14, 2)

 

 

 September 13, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 STAGG, MALCOLM M, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

France (unit not known)

 MURPHY, EMMET JAMES, Private, killed in action

 

(unit not known)

 HIRES, FRED ELMER, Private, Parris Island, S C, declared dead

 

 

 September 14, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 KROLL, FRED WILLIAM, Private (G, 22, 14)

St Mihiel Cemetery

 LANGLEY, CHARLES ERL, Private (D, 11, 18)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 STRAND, CLARENCE H, Corporal (B, 15, 6)

 

 

 September 15, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 ARNESON, LUDWIG OSCAR, Private (C, 27, 28)

 BARKER, FLOYD, Sergeant (A, 29, 15)

 HOFFMAN, CLARENCE N, Private (D, 23, 23)

 OLSON, CHARLES ARTHUR, Private (B, 22, 36)

 SMITH, HERBERT, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 STEVEN, JOHN JULIUS, Corporal (C, 7, 8)

 TRUPPNER, HERBERT G, Sergeant (C, 25, 3)

 WILKERSON, STERLING R, Private (D, 28, 30)

(cemetery not known)

 JORDON, JOHN HENRY, Private, died of wounds

 WALL, JAMES RICHARD, Private, at St Mihiel, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ANDERSON, EMANUEL, Sergeant (E, 43, 25)

 HAMBERRY, JOSEPH H, Private (D, 7, 37)

 HEDRICK, ORA LLOYD, Private (F, 32, 1)

St Mihiel Cemetery

 BERMAN, BENJAMIN, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BISBEE, EARL BRUNSON, Sergeant (D, 5, 20)

 BIXLER, ANCEL HALL, Private (D, 13, 33)

 GREENSPAN, HARRY, Private (D, 2, 31)

 GREGORY, GEORGE, Gunnery Sergeant (B, 4, 18)

 GRIEVE, WILLIAM E, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 HEIL, HOWARD A, Private (D, 29, 0)

 HUMPHREY, GEORGE H, 1st Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 KILDUFF, DAVID R, Captain, died of wounds (D, 15, 26)

 LASTER, JAMES L, Jr, Private (B, 19, 5)

 LINBLAD, EDWARD J, Private (C, 4, 23)

 MABRY, LAWRENCE G, Private (C, 16, 14)

 MATHIAS, MINLO, Private (C, 16, 17)

 MILLER, BRYAN V, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PARKER, DONALD M, Corporal (B, 2, 20)

 RENSHAW, JOHN HENRY, Private (B, 3, 29)

 SIMONDS, ALBERT C, 1st Lieutenant (D, 15, 20)

 SNIDOW, GEORGE MILNER, Private (D, 13, 25)

 STITT, CARL E, Private (D, 19, 9)

 STOCKWELL, EMMONS J, 2nd Lieutenant, missing in action, commemorated

 THOMPSON, KINNEY, Private, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

 WEBER, CLARENCE H, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 WEST, RALPH O'NEAL, Private (B, 24, 4)

 WILLIAMS, CARL O, Private (D, 22, 15)

 WOOD, CHARLES, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

(cemetery not known)

 CROOKS, LLOYD M, Private, killed in action

 GANDY, TONY LEWIS, Corporal, at St Mihiel, died of wounds

 LANCASTER, ELMER NELSON, Corporal, killed in action

 PLOENGES, LOUIS, Private, buried by Germans

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 LIETZ, WILLIAM, Private (C, 3, 3)

 PORTER, ERNEST WASH, Private (D, 25, 14)

(cemetery not known)

 GOUDY, GEORGE RAY, Private, at St Mihiel

 

France (units not known)

 CREED, CARLOS DICKINSON, Private, killed in action

 HUMPAL, JOSEPH JOHN, Sergeant, killed in action

 MCKINNEY, LEE ROY, Private, declared dead

 METZNER, JOHN VIRGIL, Private, killed in action

 MILLER, DENNIS OLIVER, Private, killed in action

 O'BRIEN, JAMES ALOYSIUS, Private, died of wounds

 

(unit not known),

 KRANKOWSKI, ANTON FRANK, Private, Newport, R.I., accidental gunshot

Medal of Honor - September 15, 1918 - Hospital Apprentice First Class DAVID E. HAYDEN USN, Thiaucourt. Serving with the 2d Battalion, 6th Regiment, U.S. Marines. Entered service at: Texas. Born: 2 October 1897 Florence, Tex. Citation: For gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. During the advance, when Cpl. Creed (not included in casualty lists) was mortally wounded while crossing an open field swept by machine gun fire, Hayden (right) unhesitatingly ran to his assistance and, finding him so severely wounded as to require immediate attention, disregarded his own personal safety to dress the wound under intense machine gun fire, and then carried the wounded man back to a place of safety.

 

 September 16, 1918

 

End of American St Mihiel Offensive

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 JOHNSON, WILLIAM M, Private (C, 14, 5)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 MARKHAM, BURT A, Private (D, 29, 28)

 SULLIVAN, WILLIAM JAMES, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

France (units not known)

 FLANAGAN, JAMES PATRICK, Private, died of wounds

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Div Medical Unit, Battle of Saint-Mihiel, France)

 LITCHFIELD, JOHN RUSSELL, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, USN, wounded in action, DOW

 

 

 September 17, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 ROSS, WILLIAM R, Private 1st Class (D, 17, 30)

 RUDDICK, CHARLES L, Private (C, 7, 30)

 

France (units not known)

 BEALS, Myron, II, Sergeant, killed in action

 BOUDEAU, LOUIS J, Private, missing

 JOHNSON, J D, Private, missing

 PITZER, LEE, Private, killed in action

 QUECK, A O, Private, missing

 RICE, OMER A, Private, missing

 ROBERTS, J H, Private, missing

 SHAPTON, L T, Private, missing

 SHONTZ, C M, Private, missing

 SINCLAIR, W W, Private, missing

 SMALL, HARRY Rigney, Private, died of wounds

 SULLIVAN, A J, Private, missing

 WOODBURN, ROBERT LAWSON, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 September 19, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM B, Private, died

 

Training Battalion 1, Co. C

 JONES, THERON OSCAR, Private, illness

 

 

 September 20, 1918

 

13th USMC Reg, Co. B

 JENSEN, JENS JACOB, Private, illness/disease

 

 

 September 21, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 FERRARA, LOUIS JOSEPH, Private (D, 24, 1)

 

France (unit not known)

 REDMAN, MACK EVERETT, Private, respiratory disease

 

(units not known)

 DESMOND, JAMES DENNIS, 1st Lieutenant, Quantico, Va, influenza

 DOUTHITT, RAYMOND EDWIN, Private, Boston, Massachusetts, influenza

 ROBERTS, JAY E, Private, USS Von Steuben, troop transport, died (probably on passage to France – see 23rd)

 

 

 September 22, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 BECK, M W, Corporal, killed in action

 CABELL, E E, Corporal, died of wounds

 CONRAD, AMOS A, Private, died of wounds

 HACKENYOS, J F, Private, killed in action

 JACOBS, LESTER HENRY, Private, killed in action

 JUSTICE, CHARLES JOHN, Private, respiratory disease

 ROWE, E B, Private, killed in action

 WALPOLE, ROBERT Nichols (rank not known), killed in action

 

(units not known, possibly 13th Regiment)

 MORELAND, WILLIAM ALBIRTUS, Private, Quantico, Va, respiratory disease

 SCHMIDT, HENRY, Private, Quantico, Va, declared dead

 

 

 September 23, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 HEAD, HARRIS J, Private 1st Class (D, 21, 7)

 

(units not known)

 ANDERSON, HENRY D, Corporal, on board USS Von Steuben, troop transport, on passage to France, influenza

 KENNELL, RALPH SCOTT, Private, Quantico, Va, declared dead

 SEIDEL, THEODORE JULIUS, Sergeant, Portsmouth, N.H., respiratory disease

 WAGNER, HARRY EDWARD, Private, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza

 

 

 September 24, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 SAWYER, HARRY ELMER, Private, Meuse-Argonne Cemetery (C, 34, 32)

 

13th Regiment

 BRAGG, RAY TURNER, Sergeant, Co. H (possibly Quantico, Va), illness

 HOCKETT, HARLEY BECKETT, Quartermaster Clerk, Supply Co, Quantico, Va., respiratory disease

 

France (unit not known)

 WORKMAN, WILLIAM, Captain, France, respiratory disease

 

(units not known)

 FORRISTALL, EARLEY O, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 FORSYTHE, JASPER PAUL, Private, Quantico, Va, influenza

 FRY, EDWIN EMERSON, Private, en route to France, declared dead (possibly on board troop transport USS Von Steuben)

 HALL, EDWARD MAURICE, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 September 25, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 WESTCOTT, PERCY DOUANE, Private (D, 22, 7)

 

13th Regiment, Co. I

 SMITH, NATHAN JARRAT, Sergeant, illness/disease

 

(units not known)

 EDWARDS, WESLEY, Private, Quantico, Va, influenza

 KLINGER, HOFER BARNHARDT, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 September 26, 1918

 

Start of American Meuse-Argonne Offensive – ended 11 November

 

13th Regiment, Co. A

 LOPER, DAVID WILLIAM, Private, illness

 

(unit not known)

 YANDL (adopted name, born WEINGER), ANTHONY, Private, Quantico, Va, influenza

 

 

 September 27, 1918

 

13th Regiment, Co. C

 MACLACHLIN (MCLACHLEN), HAROLD DOUGLAS, Major, illness

 

(units not known)

 HESLOP, GUY DOUGLAS, Private, Quantico, Va declared dead,

 SMITH, JAMES HARRY, Private, Philadelphia, Pa, influenza

 

 

 September 29, 1918

 

13th Regiment, Co. M

 LEWIS, GUY MELVIN, Private, illness

 

F.M.A.F., Squadron D (believed First Marine Aviation Force, Miami, Fla)

 COUCH, WILLIAM, Corporal, illness

 

France (units not known)

 ANDERSON, La V W, Private, killed in action

 BRANDES, E O, Private, died of wounds

 CECIL, EDWARD FRANCIS (rank not known), died of wounds

 CORMAN, FRANCIS W, Private, killed in action

 DORIS, JOHN J, Private, died of wounds

 FARRELL, R F, Private, died of wounds

 HESS, RAYMOND J, Private, killed in action

 HINES, JOHN, Jr, Private, respiratory disease

 PROHASKA, FRANK BOYCE, Private, died of wounds

 UHRIG, J M, Private, France, died of wounds (presumably France)

 

(units not known)

 SMITH, KENNETH EARL, Corporal, on passage to France, respiratory disease (possibly troopship USS Von Steuben)

 WERSONKE, ALFRED A, Private 1st Class, Overseas, respiratory disease

 

 

 September 30, 1918

 

13th Regiment, Co. E

 ENOS, RAYMOND FREDERICK, Sergeant, illness

 

(unit not known)

 KURTZ, HENRY HOBART, Private, illness in troopship en route to France (possibly USS Von Steuben), died in French hospital

 

 

 October 1, 1918

 

23rd Recruiting Btn, Camp Pike, Ark

 HOWARD, JAMES MALONE (rank not known), died

 

France (unit not known)

 CAMPF, RUSSELL JAMES, Private, declared dead

 

 

 October 2, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 MADER, ROBERT, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 MCINTYRE, OLIVER C, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 

(unit not known)

 MARTIN, PAUL, Private, Brookline, Massachuetts, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 3, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ALLEN, LESTER WILLIAM, Private (B, 2, 58)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CONNER, ROBERT E, 2nd Lieutenant (B, 41, 28)

 KEELEY, JAMES, Captain (C, 41, 37)

 MAYER, GORDEN CHARLES, Private 1st Class (H, 34, 35)

 PALMER, HAROLD TASKER, 1st Lieutenant, killed in action (G, 20, 12)

 SMITH, GEORGE DEWEY, Sergeant, killed in action (D, 27, 40)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BOLDING, PAUL ELBERT, Corporal (B, 2, 55)

 WINGFIELD, FRANK G, Private (B, 1, 54)

Arlington Cemetery

 PRUITT, JOHN HENRY, Corporal (18, 2453) (awarded posthumous Medal of Honor - following)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CALL, GEORGE, Sergeant (E, 29, 28)

 DUNLAP, ROSCOE L, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 HALL, MILTON F, Private (H, 17, 11)

 HARPER, MILTON JAMES, Private (F, 20, 25)

 HART, HERBERT L, Private (H, 15, 30)

 HENRY, CECIL E G, Private (F, 37, 34)

 JONES, CLARENCE D, Corporal (E, 32, 2)

 KARNATZ, HENRY JOSEPH, Private (G, 19, 1)

 KIDDER, HUGH P, 2nd Lieutenant (D, 35, 28)

 LA BELLE, CLARENCE R, Private (E, 30, 38)

 MURPHY, MOSES, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MURPHY, LELAND M, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 ROBERTS, CLAUDE Aster, Private (E, 32, 7)

 ROSCOE, STANLEY, Sergeant, missing in action, commemorated

 SCEBOLD, T GEORGE, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 SHUNK, SAMUEL HENRY, Private (E, 31, 20)

 TOBIAS, JOHN MICHAEL, Private (F, 37, 38)

(cemetery not known)

 HAGEMAN, WARREN ROBERT, Private, killed in action

 JEPPERSON, HENRY, Corporal, killed in action

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 MCDONALD, THOMAS P, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 OLDS, CLINT, Private (B, 41, 33)

 

13th Regiment

 GIVENS, ARCH ZIBOUTH, Private, illness/disease

 

France (units not known)

 RADCLIFFE, WILLIAM HENRY, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 ROBINSON, TONY LLOYD, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 WASHINGTON, GEORGE THADDEUS, Jr, Corporal, killed in action (presumably France)

 WELDON, ROY LESTER, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Cantigny

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Div Medical Unit, Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Meuse-Argonne Offensive)

 CALLBACK, WILLIAM CLAUDE, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, USN, wounded, DOW

 

(units not known)

 JOHNSON, FLOYD LOUISE, Private, USS Mercy, hospital ship, declared dead

 SIX, ORNAN JOSEPH, Private, Quantico, Va, influenza

 TARR, CLYDE, Private, Quantico, Va, declared dead

 

Medal of Honor - October 3, 1918 - Private JOHN JOSEPH KELLY USMC, 78th Company, 6th Regiment. Born: 24 June 1898, Chicago, Ill. Accredited to: Illinois. (Also received Army Medal of Honor.) Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty while serving with the 78th Company, 6th Regiment, 2nd Div, in action with the enemy at Blanc Mont Ridge, France, October 3, 1918. Pvt. Kelly ran through our own barrage a hundred yards in advance of the front line and attacked an enemy machine gun nest, killing the gunner with a grenade, shooting another member of the crew with his pistol, and returning through the barrage with 8 prisoners.

 

Medal of Honor (posthumous) - October 3, 1918 - Corporal JOHN HENRY PRUITT USMC. Born: 4 October 1896, Fayettesville, Ark. Accredited to: Arizona. (Also received Army Medal of Honor.) Citation: For extraordinary gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty while serving with the 78th Company, 6th Regiment, 2nd Div, in action with the enemy at Blanc Mont Ridge, France, October 3, 1918. Cpl. Pruitt (right), single-handed attacked 2 machine guns, capturing them and killing 2 of the enemy. He then captured 40 prisoners in a dugout nearby. This gallant soldier was killed soon afterward by shellfire while he was sniping the enemy.

 

 October 4, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 GORDON, CHARLES R, Corporal (B, 1, 66)

 JACKSON, JOSEPH, Private (B, 1, 48)

 O'DONOGHUE, MICHAEL T, Private (F, 37, 36)

 SMITH, JOHN FRANCIS, Private, died of wounds (B, 1, 68)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ARMSTRONG, ELDON LEROY, Corporal (H, 8, 21)

 AUTEN, LAWRENCE L, Private (B, 43, 19)

 BERGDAHL, CARL F, Corporal (H, 43, 32)

 BERGEROM, CALVIN, Corporal (E, 34, 31)

 BREEN, KRYN, Private (H, 14, 40)

 BRUSH, IZAAK WALTON, Private (H, 26, 20)

 COULTER, EDWIN CLARK, Corporal, killed in action (H, 34, 11)

 DEAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Private (D, 27, 23)

 DEANS, JAMES BENJAMIN, Private (F, 43, 7)

 DUNBAR, LEWIS EDWARD, Private (G, 35, 40)

 ERWIN, JOSEPH A, Private (E, 28, 31)

 FARMER, HOUSTON B, Corporal (B, 42, 22)

 FORBACH, RICHARD F, Private (E, 34, 6)

 FORD, DANIEL, Private (C, 43, 22)

 GALLUP, HARLEY B, Private (G, 23, 11)

 GRADY, JAMES W, Private (H, 16, 36)

 GRISSOM, CURTIS Farris, Private (H, 19, 31)

 HALL, RAYMOND S, Private (G, 14, 1)

 HOLTZ, JOHN W, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 JAQUESS, JOHN R, Private (B, 41, 37)

 JOHNSON, PAUL T, Private (E, 39, 13)

 JOY, JOHN JOSEPH, Private (C, 44, 20)

 KELLNER, JACOB JOHN, Private (H, 36, 25)

 KOCAK, MATEJ, Sergeant (D, 41, 32) (awarded Medal of Honor for action on 18 July , 1918)

 LATSKO, MARTIN J, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 MICHALSKI, FRANK J, Private (F, 6, 3)

 MIELKA, FRED LOUIS, Corporal (C, 43, 24)

 MURPHY, EUGENE FRANCIS, Gunnery Sergeant (H, 8, 24)

 NEUNEKER, WILLIAM E, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 PRICE, ERNEST CARLI, Private (H, 36, 17)

 RICKETTS, LANGDON LAWS, Corporal, killed in action (D, 27, 18)

 SACKS, HOWARD, Private 1st Class, missing in action, commemorated

 SCHMIDT, WILLIAM HENRY, Jr, 2nd Lieutenant (E, 24, 17)

 SCHMIDT, JOHN A, Corporal (H, 35, 35)

 STRONG, FRANK J, Private (E, 32, 16)

 STROUP, WILLIAM LEVERNE, Private (H, 39, 27)

 WAGNER, WILLARD JOHN, Private, killed in action (F, 11, 6)

 WOOTTEN, JEROME A, Private (E, 36, 8)

 YOUNGS, HOWARD J, Private, missing in action, commemorated

(cemetery not known)

 ANTON, CORNELIUS SYLVESTER, Corporal, killed in action

 BOOTH, LAWRENCE DUNCAN, Private, died of wounds

 DAVIS, ERNEST WEBSTER, Private, killed in action

 LEWIS, ALBERT MAY, Private, Battle of Mont Blanc

 LINTON, WILLIE, Private, killed in action

 MACCAULEY, JOHN LEO, Corporal, killed in action

 MOLES, JACOB HAWTHORNE, Private, died of wounds

 SEALE, CLYDE WESLEY, Corporal, died of wounds

 THOMPSON, TOMMY ALEXANDER, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DALTON, FRANCIS, Private (B, 2, 53)

 LINDSEY, WILLIAM FORD, Corporal, died of wounds (B, 3, 64)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ACKER, FRANCIS F, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 BOOTHE, WILLIAM H, Jr, Private (C, 27, 29)

 CONNERY, JOHN HENRY, Private (H, 19, 27)

 FERRIS, STEPHEN P, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 FRAZER, ROLLO HOUSTON, Sergeant (G, 33, 34)

 FRIEDMAN, HARRY S, Sergeant (G, 33, 2)

 HUGHES, ELMER HERBERT, Private, killed in action (F, 27, 40)

 JOHNSON, ARTHUR E, Private (E, 32, 14)

 LANNOM, ALTIE, Private (F, 11, 11)

 MEMMEN, DEAN E, Private (E, 31, 16)

 WATSON, JOHN H, Private (D, 40, 24)

(cemetery not known)

 BLODGET, LEWIS JEFFERSON, Private, killed in action

 CLAUSEN, CLYDE LAWRENCE, Private, killed in action

 MILEWSKI, JOSEPH JOHN, Private, killed in action

 WEBSTER, ROBERT LIONEL, Private, killed in action

 WRAY, JAMES A, Corporal, killed in action

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CONNAUGHTON, JOE, Private (F, 29, 21)

 NEWBORG, GEORGE L, Private (H, 13, 18)

 PARROTT, EARL LEROY, Private, killed in action (H, 7, 23)

 PURTELL, THOMAS B, Corporal (H, 29, 34)

 

France (units not known)

 CLARK, CLINTON, Corporal, killed in action

 HOCKENBERRY, CECIL CLAUD, Private, killed in action

 HOUSE, JOHN O, Private, killed in action

 JONES, DEWEY JAY, Private, killed in action

 KEMP, CLAUDE, Corporal, killed in action

 PARSONS, CLYDE EARL, Private, killed in action

 REDDICK, HOWARD JAMES, Private, killed in action

 SCHOLLER, HAROLD, Private, killed in action

 TOMPKINS, WILBERT NEVE, Private, killed in action

 UPTON, ULYSSUS WILBURN, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 VEID, ALBERT LAWRENCE, Corporal, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 ZEIN, FRANK HENRY, Private, killed in action

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment Medical Unit, Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Meuse-Argonne Offensive), both killed in action

 GRAHAM, WILLIAM CURTIS, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, USN

 JOHNSON, JOSEPH SAMUEL, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, USN

 

(unit not known)

 SHILLING, COLUMBUS H, Private, Quantico, Va, influenza

 

 

 October 5, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 JONES, FELIX W, Sergeant (B, 1, 51)

 STENMARK, NELS AUGUST, Private (B, 1, 53)

Arlington Cemetery

 WILKINSON, ALFRED, 2nd Lieutenant (S/E H, 4094)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DORSEY, EDWARD, Private (C, 44, 9)

 DORSEY, HOWARD SWIER, Corporal (D, 45, 4)

 GILES, WILLIAM NOEL, Private, killed in action (C, 41, 38)

 PALMER, MERLIN ELLME, Private (B, 41, 11)

 RASH, JOSEPH JOHN, Private (D, 40, 38)

 SMITH, PETER S, Private (B, 4, 18)

(cemetery not known)

 ZOOKS, JOHN HENDRICKS, Private, Battle of Mont Blanc

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 ANAGNOS, PETER K, Private (B, 2, 50)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BOWLBY, GEORGE MARCUS, Private (F, 25, 1)

 BURCH, RALPH WILLIAM, Private (G, 36, 23)

 DINES, DONALD C, Private (E, 29, 5)

 HAYES, FRANK B, Corporal (C, 41, 39)

 WILLMOTT, NOAH STARK, Private (H, 28, 16)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 SULLIVAN, FRANCIS X, Private (H, 8, 8)

(cemetery not known)

 HUSTED, CHESTER SETH, Private, killed in action

 

Medical Corps Reserve, American Expeditionary Force

 MCCLAIN, DAVID W, 2nd Lieutenant, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 HARSCH, JOSEPH JOHN, Private, killed in action

 SPITZBARDT, GUSTAVE, Private, killed in action

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment Medical Unit, Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Meuse-Argonne Offensive)

 SULLIVAN, JAMES DAVID, Pharmacist's Mate, 2nd class, USN, wounded, DOW

 

(units not known)

 ANDERSON, FRANK EDWARD, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 ERWIN, JAMES CLAYTON, Private 1st Class, St JULIANs Creek, Va, respiratory disease

 MADSEN, CARL JOHN GEORGE, Private, Quantico, Va, respiratory disease

 PEAL, MARION M, Private, Portsmouth, N.H., died

 SCHILDBACH, WILLIAM F H, Private, accident

 

 

 October 6, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 WILSON, HERMAN C, Gunnery Sergeant (A, 7, 22)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CARTER, OMER RALPH, Private (G, 35, 23)

 DUNCAN, FRANK, Corporal (B, 41, 22)

 EILER, HENRY HERMAN, Gunnery Sergeant (C, 43, 27)

 JENKINS, HOMER, Sergeant (H, 17, 10)

 MARCO, JAMES J, Sergeant (H, 2, 19)

 MERRILL, GEORGE WARREN, Private, killed in action (H, 26, 16)

 SHELTON, GRAYSON, Private (H, 14, 13)

St Mihiel Cemetery

 LEGNARD, JOHN B, Private (A, 14, 4)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 SHELTON, ELIHU, Private (B, 1, 63)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DAVIDSON, JOHN EDGAR, Private (A, 19, 37)

 GOULD, HAROLD A, Private, missing in action, commemorated

 LOVE, JOHN D, Sergeant (H, 22, 11)

 NACHANT, ALBERT, Private (F, 36, 27)

 VAN CAMP, GEORGE M, Sergeant (F, 13, 3)

 WISE, SIMPSON CARROLL, Corporal, died of wounds/listed as missing in action, commemorated

(cemetery not known)

 NOVAK, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, Private, died of wounds

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CARNEGIE, DAVID, Private (G, 35, 34)

 KELLY, EDWARD M, Sergeant (D, 10, 37)

 SMITH, RUSSELL D, Private (G, 29, 23)

(cemetery not known)

 HICKEY, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Private, killed in action

 

France (units not known)

 BLACKHAM, RUSSELL PORTER, Private, died of wounds

 BOWERS, PERRY FRANKLIN, Private, at Meuse Argonne, killed in action

 BRITTON, PAUL W, Sergeant, killed in action

 WASHTOCK, PETER JAMES, Private, killed in action

 WINCHELL, JUDGE EARL, Sergeant, died of wounds

 

USMC, 5th Marine Regiment, Medical Detachment, in action with (presumably Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Meuse-Argonne Offensive)

 TENLEY, EUGENE HODGE, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USN, killed in action

 

(unit not known)

 DOYEN, CHARLES A, Brigadier General, Quantico, Va, influenza

 

 

 October 7, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 MILLER, ROBERT HOWARD, Private (A, 2, 67)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 VENO, GEORGE J R, Private (B, 2, 52)

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 EDWARDS, HERSCHEL V J, Private (C, 4, 18)

 MCANENY, ORLAY, Private, died of wounds (H, 17, 7)

 MOSS, DEWEY GRAYDON, Private (F, 6, 1)

 ODRY, EDWARD, Private (G, 33, 39)

 PRINDLE, SIDNEY EDWIN, Private (H, 36, 26)

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 BLOUGH, HERBERT B, Corporal (D, 38, 6)

(cemetery not known)

 HAMMOND, Aubry Almer, Corporal, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 ISALY, EARL WILLIAM, Private, killed in action

 KOEHNE, EDWARD ANTHONY, Private, died of wounds

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment Medical Unit, Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, Meuse-Argonne Offensive)

 JAMISON, ROLAND RAY, Pharmacist's Mate, 1st class, USN, wounded in action, DOW

 BROWN, RAYMOR RILEY, Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class, USN, killed in action

 

(unit not known)

 TROTTER, JOHN A, Private, Quantico, Va, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 8, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 VOSE, HOWARD L, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 13, 17)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ANDREASEN, IVAR GEORGE, Private (F, 11, 15)

 BENNETT, EUGENE J, Private (D, 40, 22)

 GOODEVE, FREDERICK W, Private (E, 30, 32)

 GREENUP, LEO C, Corporal, missing in action, commemorated

 HAMMETT, MARCUS C, Private (H, 17, 12)

 JAMES, JAMES T, Corporal, killed in action (D, 3, 24)

 OWENS, STEPHAN, Private (H, 34, 17)

 PUTNAM, CHARLES L, Corporal (E, 34, 21)

(cemetery not known)

 BROWN, DUDLEY LEICESTER, Sergeant, killed in action

 JONES, HENRY, 1st Sergeant, killed in action

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 WARD, FRANK, Private (F, 22, 7)

 

France (units not known)

 HEDRICK, BURT NEWTON, Private, killed in action

 STORY, RALPH RAYMOND, Corporal, respiratory disease

 WATERS, ROBERT ALBERT, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

Medal of Honor - 8 and 14 October , 1918 - Second Lieutenant RALPH TALBOT USMC, aircraft pilot. Born: 6 January 1897, South Weymouth, Mass. Appointed from: Connecticut. Citation: For exceptionally meritorious service and extraordinary heroism while attached to Squadron C, 1st Marine Aviation Force, in France. 2d Lt. Talbot (right) participated in numerous air raids into enemy territory. On 8 October , 1918, while on such a raid, he was attacked by 9 enemy scouts, and in the fight that followed shot down an enemy plane. Also, on 14 October , 1918, while on a raid over Pittham, Belgium, 2d Lt. Talbot and another plane became detached from the formation on account of motor trouble and were attacked by 12 enemy scouts. During the severe fight that followed, his plane shot down 1 of the enemy scouts. His observer was shot through the elbow and his gun jammed. 2d Lt. Talbot maneuvered to gain time for his observer to clear the jam with one hand, and then returned to the fight. The observer fought until shot twice, once in the stomach and once in the hip and then collapsed, 2d Lt. Talbot attacked the nearest enemy scout with his front guns and shot him down. With his observer unconscious and his motor failing, he dived to escape the balance of the enemy and crossed the German trenches at an altitude of 50 feet, landing at the nearest hospital to leave his observer, and then returning to his aerodrome.

 

Medal of Honor - October 8 and 14, 1918 - Gunnery Sergeant ROBERT GUY ROBINSON USMC, aircraft observer, 1st Marine Aviation Force Place and date: Pittham, Belgium, October 14, 1918. Entered service at: Chicago, Ill. Born: 30 April 1896, New York, N.Y. Citation: For extraordinary heroism as observer in the 1st Marine Aviation Force at the front in France. In company with planes from Squadron 218, Royal Air Force, conducting an air raid on October 8, 1918, G/Sgt. Robinson's plane was attacked by 9 enemy scouts. In the fight which followed, he shot down 1 of the enemy planes. In a later air raid over Pittham, Belgium, on October 14, 1918, his plane and 1 other became separated from their formation on account of motor trouble and were attacked by 12 enemy scouts. Acting with conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in the fight which ensued, G/Sgt. Robinson (right), after shooting down 1 of the enemy planes, was struck by a bullet which carried away most of his elbow. At the same time his gun jammed. While his pilot maneuvered for position, he cleared the jam with one hand and returned to the fight. Although his left arm was useless, he fought off the enemy scouts until he collapsed after receiving 2 more bullet wounds, one in the stomach and one in the thigh.

 

 October 9, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CHANDLER, HENRY E, Captain (E, 22, 23)

 FREEMAN, CLARE, Private (H, 14, 17)

 LEPERE, WALTER HENRY, Sergeant (H, 3, 1)

 MCKEEHAN, GAY JOHN, Private (D, 20, 27)

 NOONAN, WILLIAM JOHN, Private (H, 41, 38)

 RICHARD, SAMUEL, Sergeant, died of wounds (H, 14, 6)

 TOMPKINS, WILLIAM, Private (B, 40, 7)

(cemetery not known)

 SMILEY, DEAN FRANKLIN, Private, St Etienne, France, killed in action

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

 PILKINGTON, ROBERT E, Private, killed in action

 SHEETS, SCOTT MCALLISTER, Private, killed in action

 

American Field Ambulance

 WALLACE, WILLIAM NOBLE, Captain, St Etienne, France, killed in action

 

France (units not known)

 BROOME, LAWRENCE EDWIN, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 DAUGHERTY, PHILIP JOSEPH, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 SELZER, CHARLES W, Private, died

 

(units not known)

 DAILEY, DONALD HAROLD, Private, influenza

 JOHNSON, GEORGE ALVIN, Private, Quantico, Va., respiratory disease

 

 

 October 10, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BLENKINSOP, MARCUS W, Corporal (H, 40, 15)

 DORNBLASER, PAUL LOGAN, Corporal (D, 40, 23)

 WISE, GUY, Private (H, 3, 34)

(cemetery not known)

 WEGIS, FRED WILLIAM, Private, died of wounds

 

France (units not known)

 MAJOR, DORA EARL, Private, respiratory disease

 PIEPER, BERNARD PAUL, Private

 

(unit not known)

 LEACH, EVERETT O, Private, Indian Head, Maryland (cause not known)

 

 

 October 11, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 O'CONNELL, RICHARD C, Private (H, 17, 6)

 

 

 October 12, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 BURDICK, EDWARD M, Private (B, 3, 10)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CANDLIN, VICTOR G, Private (H, 9, 12)

 KUDELL, ERNEST C, Private (D, 4, 38)

 MILLER, BRAINARD WILLIAM, Private (G, 36, 33)

(cemetery not known)

 TOWNSEND, EDEN L, Private, at St Mihiel, died of wounds

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 MCILLIHENNEY, GEORGE V, Corporal (D, 12, 7)

 

France (unit not known)

 ROBBINS, GARLAND, Private, Brest, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 13, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 SHAVER, JOHN HENRY, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 October 14, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 BIONDI, PHILIP, Private (A, 7, 4)

 YOUNG, FRANCIS LEO, Private (B, 7, 13)

(cemetery not known)

 LENT, VERNON JEFFERSON, Private, illness

 

France (unit not known)

 ELLINGTON, CLIFFORD H, Corporal, killed in action

 

 

 October 15, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 BACHMAN, HERBERT JOHN PHILIP, Private, declared dead

 

 

 October 16, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 PFRENGLE, WALTER ED, Private (C, 14, 23)

St Mihiel Cemetery

 HOUSE, LILSE S, Private (A, 1, 30)

 NEELY, OLIVER L M, Sergeant (A, 12, 22)

 POND, PHILIP MARSTON, Corporal (A, 14, 24)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 EDWARDS, ALVIN LEROY, Corporal, accident, died of wounds (A, 5, 5)

 

 

 October 17, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 WILSON, SIDNEY EUGENE, Corporal, died of wounds

 

(unit not known)

 HUNKER, JACOB JOHN, Private, Norfolk, Va, died

 

 

 October 18, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 1st Division

 WAGNER, HARRY MCKEE, Private, wounded at Chateau Thierry, France, DOW in New York

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

 O'CONNOR (O'CONNER), GEORGE, Captain, illness/disease

 

France (unit not known)

 PENCE, WALTER RAYMOND, Private,, respiratory disease

 

(units not known)

 LATSCHA, JULIUS JOSEPH, Private, USS Mercy, hospital ship, respiratory disease

 REDMOND, LEE, Private, New York City, drowned

 

 

 October 19, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Arlington Cemetery

 HASH, KYLE COLUMBUS, 1st Lieutenant (S. EAS, 4431)

Suresnes Cemetery

 MEIGHEN, THOMAS VIRGIL, Private (B, 7, 27)

 

 

 October 20, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 ELLIOTT, LEONARD JOHN, Private, illness

 

(unit not known)

 BUCHANAN, ALBERT WILLIAM, Private, Indian Head, Maryland, influenza

 

 

 October 21, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 HAWK, ELDON GEORGE, Private, Indian Head, Maryland, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 22, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 LIBERTY, FRANK ALEXANDER, Sergeant, accidentally died

 

(unit not known)

 PARSON, FRANK HARRISON, Private, Charlestown, West Virginia, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 23, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 STAMER, ERNEST, Private, died of wounds (B, 14, 16)

 

 

 October 24, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 ZANE, RANDOLPH TALCOTT, Major, died of wounds (D, 2, 1)

 

France (unit not known)

 BROWN, CHARLES VERNON, Private, died of wounds

 

USS Nevada, battleship

 BUECHLE, ROBERT LAWRENCE, Sergeant, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 25, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 WAINWRIGHT, L F, Private (A, 17, 9)

 

France (unit not known)

 WESCHKE, LEO, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 26, 1918

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 BAYNE, RUSSELL C, 1st Lieutenant (C, 19, 22)

 

USMC, 6th Machine Gun Battalion, 2nd Div, Company A, France

 WITT, GEORGE DOUGLAS, Pharmacist's Mate, 1st class, USN, wounded in action, DOW

 

 

 October 28, 1918

 

 

3rd Squadron FMAF (First Marine Aviation Force, Quantico, Va, possibly C Squadron)

 JULIAN, WILLIAM RUSHTON, Sergeant, illness

 

(unit not known)

 GOLDSMITH, ARTHUR RAY, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 October 30, 1918

 

13th Regiment

 ROBBINS, THOMAS LUKE, Private, illness

 

USS Pittsburgh, armoured cruiser

 MAAS, OTTO CARL HERMAN, Private, Mare Island, Calif, respiratory disease

 

France (unit not known)

 SAMMON, WILLIAM PATRICK, Private, respiratory disease

 

(unit not known)

 LIVEZEY, DONALD L, Private, Quantico, Va, respiratory disease

 

 

 October 31, 1918

 

 

1 Aviation Company

 SIMMONS, CLARENCE L, Trumpeter, Azores, died

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 MACSPARRAN, WILLIAM T, Sergeant (H, 3, 28)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CLOUGH, CHARLES L, Corporal (E, 34, 15)

 

 November 1, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 CAIN, OLNA YOUNG, Private (E, 1, 9)

 CONOVER, KENNETH S, Private (F, 24, 11)

 DONAHUE, WILLIAM A, Private 1st Class (F, 13, 22)

 FERCH, AARON JOHN, 1st Lieutenant (B, 35, 5)

 FERRIS, JAMES, Private (F, 19, 8)

 FITZGERALD, THOMAS J, Corporal (E, 39, 20)

 GARRISON, JOHN N, Private (F, 19, 31)

 HUMPHREY, JOHN T, Sergeant (H, 33, 29)

 PAINE, HERBERT A, Sergeant (D, 28, 2)

 POLLOCK, NORMAN, Private (C, 8, 40)

 POWELL, WALTER E, Corporal (G, 31, 12)

 VAN DYKE, THOMAS JOHN, Private, died of wounds (E, 19, 27)

(cemetery not known)

 BABCOCK, ROBERT C, 2nd Lieutenant, killed in action

 BALZER, EUGENE IGNATIUS, Private

 ESTES, JASPER NORTEN, Private, died of wounds

 SOWELL, VERNON LYNN, Corporal, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 AUSBORN, SYLVANUS, Private (C, 35, 19)

 BARNETT, MAURICE EDWARD, Jr, 2nd Lieutenant, died of wounds (C, 45, 32)

 BUSSE, HARRY FREDERICK, Private (G, 36, 14)

 DEPUE, DAVID T, Private 1st Class (E, 34, 26)

 DUNLEAVY (DUNLEVY), THOMAS RICHARD (H), Private, died of wounds (E, 4, 25)

 FROST, GEORGE LEE, Sergeant, died of wounds (E, 38, 21)

 HOUCHINS, LYLE C, Sergeant, died of wounds (D, 27, 27)

 KILDOW, PERCY P, Corporal (D, 33, 5)

 OVERTON, MACON C, Captain (H, 20, 20)

 PHALEN, JAMES EDWARD, Private (F, 19, 27)

 STANTON, PAUL ANDREW, Corporal (E, 26, 1)

 TONNIES, HARRY TITUS, Sergeant, killed in action (D, 43, 19)

 WEIR, JOHN WILLIAM, Private (G, 32, 17)

(cemetery not known)

 HLCOUAL (most used, also HICOUCAL, possibly handwriting error), JOSEPH H, Private, died of wounds

 JARRETT, HOWARD, Private, killed in action

 WAYMAN, HARRY WESTLEY (WOSTLEY), Private, died of wounds

 WILSON, JAMES HOWARD, Corporal, at Meuse Argonne, died of wounds

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 HANSEN, REUBEN E, Private (B, 26, 20)

 

Aviation unit (possibly Marine Aviation Detachment, Naval Air Station, Miami, Fla)

 DONALDS, JOHN HOWARD, Private, Miami, Fla, respiratory disease

 

France (units not known)

 BACON, LONNIE JOSEPH, Private, killed in action

 BRADLEY, FRED, Private, France, killed in action

 BRENNAN, FRANCES JOSEPH, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 CHRISTOPHER, JOHN KENNETH, Private, killed in action

 FLEET, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 HIGGINS, RALPH SEYMOUR, Private, died of wounds

 HILL, RALPH HARMON, Private, died of wounds

 MARQUARDT, CLARENCE WILLIAM, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton

 VOELZOW, ELMER FRED, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

France (presumably 5th or 6th Marine Regiment Medical Unit, Battle of the Argonne Forest, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France)

 GRANTHAM, JAMES HOWELL, Hospital Apprentice, 1st class, USN, killed in action

 

USMC, 5th Marine Regiment, Company 5 (presumably Battle of the Argonne Forest, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France)

 TIMMONS, CLAUDE, Pharmacist's Mate, 1st class, USN, wounded in action, DOW

 

 November 2, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DAVIDIAN, DICKRAN THEODORE, Corporal (B, 25, 8)

 HATFIELD, HARRY S, Private (E, 25, 11)

 JORDAN, DELBERT R, Private (D, 7, 38)

 POTTS, DAVID, Jr, Private (D, 43, 17)

 PRATT, JESSE LOUNCE, Private (C, 32, 7)

 ROURKE, ARTHUR J, Private (D, 38, 2)

 SEITZ, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Corporal (B, 12, 16)

 WANBERG, WILFRED R, Private (E, 39, 19)

 WHITE, CHARLES, Private (C, 8, 34)

(cemetery not known)

 ROBERTS, HARRY CALVIN, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BRYCE, CLARENCE A, Private (G, 38, 30)

 CARPENTER, CHARLIE, Private (D, 5, 36)

 COOPER, GUS ADOLPH, Private (F, 15, 5)

 KETNER, PALMER, Jr, 2nd Lieutenant (H, 32, 2)

 PETERSEN, LUDWIG Marius, Private (D, 2, 6)

 SIPES, JOSHUA EARL, Private (A, 31, 7)

 STEVENS, FOSTER B, Private (H, 36, 39)

 WOODMAN, DEXTER E, Private (E, 28, 35)

(cemetery not known)

 GILMORE, JAMES R, Private, killed in action

 HEGEWALD, EDWARD THOMAS, Sergeant, killed in action

 SMITH, OREL AUSTIN, Private, Meuse Argonne

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BILDERBACK, OSCAR OTTO, Private (H, 14, 7)

 CLARK, CLARENCE LEE, Private (B, 29, 25)

 REILLY, HAROLD EDWARD, Private (A, 19, 27)

 

France (units not known)

 BAILEY, RALPH LOUDINBACK, Private, died of wounds

 BALDWIN, RAYMOND HIRAM, Private, killed in action

 COCANOUR, JOSEPH EDGAR, Private, declared dead, body returned on SS Wheaton 1921

 NORTH, HOMER WILLIS, Private, died of wounds

 PURSLEY, ERNEST RAYMOND, Private, killed in action

 

(units not known)

 ANDERSON, FREDERICK LEWIS, Private, Azores, died

 COLLINS, WILLIAM PETER, Private, Grove City, Pa., deserter, died

 ROBINSON, PHILIP BROOKS, Captain, Maryland, auto crash, Arlington Cemetery (SW, 4048)

 

 

 November 3, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 COBB, FRED WALTER, Corporal (A, 22, 13)

 MAGILL, GERALD PERHA, Sergeant (B, 11, 16)

 PRICE, IVAN LEO, Private 1st Class (A, 21, 27)

 WILLIAMS, GEORGE W, Private, died of wounds (H, 13, 3)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 WALLING, ARTHUR N, Private (B, 23, 19)

 

France (units not known)

 DULGAR, JAMES HENRY, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Cantigny 1921

 NEAIL, WILLIAM ABRAHAM, Private, killed in action

 SHELLER, ARTHUR RANDOLPH, Private 1st Class, died of wounds

 SLUSSER, GLEN DEWEY, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Cantigny

 TEEMAN, VERNON LEE, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

(unit not known)

 PRICE, DAVID FRANCIS, Corporal, Miami, Fla, respiratory disease

 

 

 November 4, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BOARDMAN, FRED W, Private (A, 37, 23)

 CROSSON, VERNON JOHN, Sergeant (D, 46, 20)

 DEVLIN, BERNARD JOSEPH, Private 1st Class (A, 23, 12)

 ELLIOTT, BARTON W, Private (H, 37, 8)

 GANN, BIRT D, Sergeant (G, 26, 15)

 HEMMERLING, LOREN A, Private (G, 24, 29)

 HOPTA, JOSEPH LEE, Sergeant (E, 18, 36)

 MORSE, CLYDE WEBBER, Corporal (H, 35, 15)

 STRUTHERS, CHARLES B J, Private (G, 37, 23)

(cemetery not known)

 GRIFFIN, JOHN, Private, died of wounds

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 FRITZ, LOUIS HENRY, Corporal, died of wounds (H, 34, 31)

 MILLER, CHARLIE OTTO, Private (H, 32, 24)

 RENKIN, FREDERICK J, Corporal (E, 34, 38)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 SLYKE, ALFRED G, Sergeant (D, 1, 39)

 TROWBRIDGE, JAMES H, Corporal (G, 22, 30)

 

France (units not known),

 SAUNDERS, FRANKLIN ALVOS, Private, died of wounds

 WYSS, ALFONS JOHN, Private, killed in action, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

 

 November 5, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BROXUP, JOHN, Corporal (C, 25, 9)

 FRITZ, CHARLES L, Corporal (F, 26, 29)

 GRAHAM, CHARLES DUANE, Private, killed in action (C, 25, 2)

(cemetery not known)

 BELL, JESSE JAMES, Gunnery Sergeant, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DAY, CLARENCE EUGENE, Private (F, 35, 30)

 GOOLSBY, EULIE T, Private (G, 32, 9)

 TONER, ELWOOD W, Private (A, 38, 2)

 WALLACE, THOMAS J, Private (B, 31, 12)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 ARNQUIST, OTTO CLEMENCE, Private (H, 14, 8)

 BENSON, JOHN BYRON, Private (A, 43, 8)

 CLARY, RALPH EMERSON, Private (H, 2, 2)

 ECKERLEN, ERNEST THEODORE, Private (D, 46, 25)

 

 

 November 6, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BLAKE, JOHN RENNIE, Private, killed in action (A, 14, 22)

 BULL, ALBERT NOREN, Private (G, 31, 13)

 MCDOWELL, IRVIN BRYAN, Sergeant (G, 30, 4)

(cemetery not known)

 BRASWELL, LOUIS JAMES BENJAMIN, Jr, Private, died of wounds

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DAVIS, WALTER LEE, Private (F, 28, 5)

 

France (unit not known)

 WELCH, CLARENCE LESTER, Private, died of wounds, body returned on SS Wheaton

 

(unit not known)

 WHITE, OTIS, Private, Quantico, Va, respiratory disease

 

 

 November 7, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

 BURCHADI, ADOLPH CHRISTAN, Private, died of wounds

 

HQ Machine Gun Btn, 5th Brigade

 BOOTH, EARL E, Corporal, died

 

(units not known)

 BLOOM, HARRY MELVIN, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 GREEN, LLOYD CHANDLER, Private, on troop transport Merritt, illness/disease

 

 

 November 8, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 WALKER, FAY E, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 November 9, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BARLOW, JOEl CLIFTON, Private (A, 1, 20)

 HILLIARD, HOWARD G, Corporal (C, 9, 10)

 KEENAN, JOSEPH, 2nd Lieutenant (A, 39, 21)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 BOSCH, FRANK, Private, died of wounds

 

(unit not known)

 LEMON, HENRY G, Corporal, Parris Island, South Carolina, died

 

 

 November 10, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 DEGNAN, JAMES FRANCIS, Corporal (B, 43, 27)

 EMPEY, HOLLIS ED, Corporal (A, 9, 12)

 KENNEDY, WILLIAM H, Private (A, 1, 7)

 LUSADER, MAURICE SMITH, Private (D, 8, 27)

 MORGAN, ARTHUR RAY, Private (A, 9, 8)

 ROBERTS, JAMES H, Private 1st Class (G, 22, 20)

 SMITH, EDWARD J E, Private (E, 21, 35)

 TAYLOR, ALBERT LEE, Private 1st Class (G, 33, 18)

(cemetery not known)

 CLARK, ERNEST CLYDE, Private, killed in action

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 CHAFFEE, WALLACE Hyde, Private, killed in action

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BONCZAR, MICHAEL, Private (D, 42, 15)

 DEISHL, EDWARD J, Private (F, 14, 39)

 

France (units not known)

 MCELFRESH, EDWARD LINCOLN, Private, respiratory disease

 SIEFERT, FREDERICK ALBERT, Corporal, killed in action

 STREATER, PAUL M, Private, in the Argonne

 WNUK, JOSEPH FRANK, Corporal, killed in action

 

(unit not known)

 DALBY, WILLIAM J B, Private, USS Mercy, hospital ship, died

 

 

 November 11, 1918

 

ARMISTICE on Western Front at 1100

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 BEAVERS, ALBERT A, Private (H, 19, 2)

 EPLIN, FRANK LEIBER, Private (F, 4, 22)

 JOHNSON, RALPH W, Private (E, 20, 32)

 LYON, RUSSELL G, Private (H, 38, 23)

 

France (units not known)

 BUDDE, GEORGE WILLIAM, Private, killed in action

 DENTAL, MARTIN ANSPACH, Private, died of wounds

 DUNCAN, CLAUD F, Private, died of wounds

 MORRISON, WALTER Mathias, Private, killed in action

 

 

Dates Unknown

Presumably Before Armistice as "killed in action"

 

France (units not known)

 BENNETT, THOMAS (rank not known), killed in action

 BINGHAM, MERLE CAMPBELL (rank not known), killed in action

 CARPENTER, OATES (rank not known), killed in action

 CASTEEL, JOHN LOUIS (rank not known), killed in action

 COTTRELL, OSCAR, Private, killed in action

 FARNHAM, WALDO HARVEY (rank not known), killed in action

 FRY, LEE LINCOLN (rank not known), killed in action

 GIBSON, JOHN WESLEY (rank not known), killed in action

 HARLOW, ALBERT LINCOLN (rank not known), killed in action

 HAWK, RUSSELL SIMON (rank not known), killed in action

 LABONTE, EDMOND JOSEPH (rank not known), killed in action

 MCLEAN, JOHN (rank not known), killed in action

 ULRICH, FRANK SHELDON (rank not known), killed in action

 

 

 November 12, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 BUCKLEY, RAYMOND, Private, died of wounds

 

France (unit not known)

 KNEIL, LAWRENCE HENRY, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 November 13, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 RUTLEDGE, LANCE, Private, died of wounds (H, 38, 22)

 

(unit not known)

 SMITH, RUSSELL A, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 November 14, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 WOLFHEGEL, CHARLES, Gunnery Sergeant (C, 1, 5)

 

 

 November 15, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 THOMAS, PARRY ALONZO, Private (G, 30, 3)

 

(unit not known)

 SHAZER, LESLIE RAYMOND, Private, Parris Island, S C, influenza

 

 

 November 16, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 DEMETER, THEODORE F, Private (D, 28, 32)

 

(unit not known)

 MEEKER, CECIL J, Private, USS Pocahontas, troop transport, died

 

 

 November 17, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Meuse-Argonne Cemetery

 LONG, ALBERT W, Private (A, 19, 36)

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 DAVIDSON, CHARLES J, Private (A, 20, 12)

 

 

 November 18, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 DUTCHER, ALLEN VAN R, Private (B, 7, 17)

 

(unit not known)

 PIERCEY, JAMES R, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 November 21, 1918

 

France (units not known)

 JAMES, CHARLES H, Private, died of wounds

 JONES, LYLE BERNARD, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 November 22, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 WRIGHT, JAMES F, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 

 

 November 23, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 STEVENSON, HAROLD ELMER, Private, Base Hospital, Toulon, France, "other causes" (B, 9, 15)

 

 

 November 24, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 LABARGE, PALMER J, Private (B, 9, 9)

 

 

 November 25, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 TRINKA, FRANK, Private, illness/disease (D, 14, 17)

 

 

 November 26, 1918

 

2nd Division

 BEDFORD, GEORGE C, Private, France, died

 

 

 November 30, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 CHANNELL, LOVETT LEO, Private, declared dead

 

 

 December 1, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Aisne-Marne Cemetery

 BREWER, NATHAN, Private (B, 6, 20)

 

12 Marine Guard Co

 CROW, HARVEY I, Private, died

 

 

 December 2, 1918

 

(units not known)

 GARRETT, CLAUDE C, Private, Quantico, Va, died

 HILLERY, DWIGHT RUSSELL, Private, Norfolk, Va, died of wounds

 

 

 December 3, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 WILSON, ARTHUR SHEPARD, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 December 7, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 PERRY, CLYDE TROY, Private (B, 12, 16)

 

 

 December 8, 1918

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

 DAVIS, WILLIAM LOYD, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 December 10, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 CARSWELL, ELROY EDWARD, Sergeant, San Diego, California, influenza

 

 

 December 11, 1918

 

France (unit not known)

 SIMON, FRANK JOE, Private, died of wounds

 

(unit not known)

 VERHALGE, PHILIP CORNELIUS, Quartermaster Sergeant, Philadelphia, Pa, respiratory disease

 

 

 December 13, 1918

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

St Mihiel Cemetery

 SOLBERG, PERCIVAL H, Corporal (A, 23, 26)

 

 

 December 14, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 WISHART, THEOPHILUS L, Private (B, 12, 5)

 

 

 December 26, 1918

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 WEAR, EUGENE WILLIAM, Sergeant (A, 8, 20)

 

 

 December 28, 1918

 

(unit not known)

 FINZER, EMANUEL RALPH, Corporal, Parris Island, S C, declared dead

 

 

Dates Unknown, Probably Before End of 1918 or early 1919

 

France (units not known)

 COOK, LESTER WILLIAM (rank not known), illness

 COOK, GEORGE FUSON (rank not known), died of wounds

 FOUNTAIN, JAMES MERLE (rank not known), died of wounds

 HOFFMEISTER, WILLIAM MCKINLEY (rank not known), illness

 KNUTZEN, WERNER KICKHEFEL (rank not known), died of wounds

 MANNING, STEPHEN Arnold (rank not known), died of wounds

 PARKTON, OTIS H (rank not known), died of wounds

 SCOVILLE, ERNEST JACOB, Private, died of wounds

 SUTHERLAND, DONALD JAMES (rank not known), died of wounds

 

 

 

1919

 

 

 January 2, 1919

 

Balloon Company, H.A.F. (possibly H.A. for Heavy Artillery)

 ANGLE, TAYLOR JOYN, Private, died

 

San Domingo (unit not known)

 PATTON, PHILIP EDWARD, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

January 7, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 METZLER, GEORGE WOTHINGTON, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 January 10, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 DUNCAN, JAMES FRANKLIN, Private, declared dead

 

 

 January 12, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 DURKIN, WILLIAM P, Private, Parris Island, South CAROLina, died

 

 

 January 16, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 MILL, FREDERICK HAROLD, Corporal, illness/disease

 

 

 January 20, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 POPE, IVAN LAFAYETTE, Private, Brookyn, New York, influenza

 

 

 January 23, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 WINTERING, CHARLES, Private, disease

 

 

 January 24, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 BECK, EDWARD JOHN, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 January 27, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 REDMOND, CLAUDE E, Private, accident

 

 

 January 28, 1919

 

11th Regiment, Co. L

 SWEENY, ROY PENTON, Private, illness

 

 

 January 29, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 SANDERS, LEWIS FRANK, Private, Parris Island, S C, influenza

 

 

 January 13, 1919

 

11th Regiment, Co. L

 MACDONALD, LLOYD Proctor, Private, illness

 

 

 February 2, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 FINK, CHARLES A, Private, died

 

 

 February 3, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 LINDSEY, RAYMOND EARL, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 February 5, 1919

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 NICELY, BENJAMIN, Private, Germany, respiratory disease

 

 

 February 9, 1919

 

HQ WASHington DC

 SCHENK, EDGAR B, Private, in France on duty, died

 

 

 February 11, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 DYSART, EDWIN, Private, Philadelphia, Pa, declared dead

 

 

 February 13, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 NELSON, OTTO CHRISTIAN, Private 1st Class, respiratory disease

 

 

 February 15, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 ZELE, FERDINAND NANDIA, Private, Miami, Florida, air crash, died of injuries (possibly Squadron D, First Marine Aviation force)

 

 

 February 19, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 STEPHENS, RUSSELL ANTHONY, Private, declared dead

 

 

 February 22, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 BUSCHMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, Private, Mare Island, Calif, declared dead

 

 

 February 24, 1919

 

Santo Domingo (unit not known)

 COMBS, CHARLES CLIFFORD, Private 1st Class, respiratory disease

 

 

 February 25, 1919

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 HUDSON, OTIS L, Corporal, influenza (B, 2, 34)

 

France (unit not known)

 WEBSTER, CHARLES ALBERT, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 February 27, 1919

 

6th Machine Gun Btn, 2nd Div

 JACKSON, ANDREW, Private, illness/disease

 

 

 March 4, 1919

 

San Domingo (unit not known)

 SIMONTON, HAROLD FREDERICK, Private, declared dead

 

 

 March 9, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 MCCORMICK, PAUL, Sergeant, Philadelphia, Pa, illness/disease

 

 

March 11, 1919

 

Cuba (unit not known)

 GROOMS, ARVI MCGEE, Private, accident

 

 

 March 28, 1919

 

Haiti (unit not known)

 WILLIS, HENRY CLAY, Corporal, died of wounds

 

 

 April 3, 1919

 

Army of Occupation

 KRAKAU, EARL EUGENE, Private, declared dead (presumably Germany)

 

 

 April 10, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 MICHAEL, GUY GRIFFITH, Corporal, Quantico, Va, illness/disease

 

 

 April 26, 1919

 

Haiti (unit not known)

 MILLER, ROBERT WILLIAM, Gunnery Sergeant, accidental pistol wound

 

 

 April 28, 1919

 

Army of Occupation

 HEURICH, ELMER VALENTINE, Private, accidental shell explosion (presumably Germany)

 

 

 April 30, 1919

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

Suresnes Cemetery

 LADD, FREDERICK C, Sergeant (B, 19, 20)

 

 

 May 10, 1919

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

Oise-Aisne Cemetery

 HOSACK, CLARENCE FRANKLIN, Private, died of wounds (D, 21, 23)

 

 

 May 31, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 BETTS, GREGG WILLIAM, Private, accident

 

 

 June 7, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 BECKER, VERNON WILLIAMs, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 June 15, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 MARTER, TIMOTHY EARL, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 June 21, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 MADDEN, ROBERT JEREMIAH, Private, Philadelphia, Pa, illness/disease

 

 

 July 4, 1919

 

11th Regiment

 ALLMAN, WALTER KENNETH, Private, fell from train

 

 

 July 30, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 JENTES, HUBERT WILLIAM, Private 1st Class, Parris Island, S C, drowned

 

 

 August 29, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 GRUCZA, MICHAEL, Private, poisoning

 

 

 September 10, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 MAXWELL, NORMAN, Private, Brest, illness/disease

 

 

 September 17, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 ROUGLER, WILLIAM JAMES, Private, died

 

 

 September 21, 1919

 

Haiti (units not known)

 RUBLE, HARRY, Gunnery Sergeant, accidentally killed in action

 SAMPSON, FRANK, Private, accidentally killed

 

 

 November 28, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 GILLIN, ARTHUR ANDREW, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 December 18, 1919

 

France (unit not known)

 BISSELL, WILLIAM SIDNEY, Private, died

 

 

 December 30, 1919

 

(unit not known)

 CLARK, CHARLES ELLSWORTH, Private, Ohio (not in active service), respiratory disease

 

 

 

 

1920

 

 

 January 15, 1920

 

(unit not known)

 COMBS, LENCIL, Private, died of wounds

 

 

 January 22, 1920

 

Haiti (unit not known)

 NOAH, HUGO HERMAN, Sergeant, accidental gunshot

 

 

 February 19, 1920

 

China (unit not known)

 KRIPISCH, LOUIS AUGUST, Private, Pekin, respiratory disease

 

 

 March 11, 1920

 

(unit not known)

 RYAN, WILLIAM J, Private, Chicago, Ill, awaiting discharge, auto crash

 

 

 March 27, 1920

 

Overseas (unit not known)

 EGGLESTON, CLAUDE LEROY, Private, drowned

 

 

 April 5, 1920

 

(unit not known)

 SNYDER, HERBERT SCOTT, Private, Charleston, South Carolina, accident

 

 

 May 19, 1920

 

(unit not known)

 BLACK, LOUIS, Private, Fort Lyon, Colorado, died

 

 

 May 30, 1920

 

Santo Domingo (unit not known)

 FUHRMAN, CHARLES RUSSELL, Private, drowned

 

 

 May 31, 1920

 

(unit not known)

 CRUGER, RUSSELL CHESTER, Private, Pensacola, Fla., drowned

 

 

 June 12, 1920

 

Haiti (unit not known)

 SCHWEIZER, CAROL, Private, respiratory disease

 

 

 June 24, 1920

 

Army of Occupation

 EATON, WILLIAM VALENTINE, Private, drowned (presumably Germany)

 

 

 

 

1921

 

 

 September 23, 1921

 

Army of Occupation,

 CASEY, WALTER BERNARD, 2nd Lieutenant, drowned (presumably Germany)

 

 

 

Dates not known

 

3rd Regiment

 WHEELER, ELLIOT PLEASANT (rank not known)

 

5th Regiment, 2nd Div

 THOMAS, BENNIE OSKER (rank not known)

 

6th Regiment, 2nd Div

 HABERLAND, FRANKLIN, Private (cause not known)

 MANNING, JAMES BEVERLY, Private, died of wounds

 MURPHY, RICHARD WELLS (rank not known)

 POE, WILLIAM H (rank not known)

 SMITH, JOE (rank not known)

 VAUGHAN, ROBBINS EUGENE (rank not known)

 

11th Regiment

 LITTLE, GEORGE L (rank not known)

 

(units not known)

 CUNNINGHAM, FRED MARTIN (rank not known), influenza

 EDWARDS, THOMAS LOUIS (rank not known), illness

 FORD, ROBERT (rank not known), respiratory disease

 GILDEMEISTER, ALFRED WILLIAM (rank not known), influenza

 GILMAN, FREDERICK STINSON (rank not known), illness

 GOTTLIEB, WILLIAM (rank not known), respiratory disease

 GREENWOOD, HERSCHEL (rank not known), cause not known

 HUNGATE, SHELBY (rank not known), illness

 MAUK, JOSEPH WALTER (rank not known), illness

 ROWDEN, FRITZ (rank not known), illness

 SEAY, THOMAS T (rank not known)

 STRICKLAND, ROBERT PAUL (rank not known)

 THOMAS, H JOHN (rank not known)

 TROUSDALE, EMMETTE (rank not known)

 WILLIAMS, HARRY WARREN (rank not known), accident

 WILLIAMS, ELMER HARRY (rank not known), Guam, car crash

 WIN, JULIAN (rank not known)

 WINN, FRANCIS WELLAVER (rank not known), respiratory disease

 

 

see also

The United States Marine Corps in the World War by Edwin N. McClellan,  Major, U. S. Marines, 1920

and Chronology of United States Marine Corps in the World War, based on Major McClellan's account

 
 

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