HONOR ROLL

WORLD WAR I / The Great War
1914-1918

This is the beginning of a compilation of family members who served in the American, Canadian, British and French forces during World War I. More names will be added over time, along with service photos, when possible.

Draft cards of 688 members of the family are on file. See how you can get one.

Those whose names appear in red died during the war.

  • Albert Butler 1897-1973
    seaman 2nd class, of Ansonia, Conn.
    [01-05038] Thomas Henry, Parin "Payne," Elihu, Elihu, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Pelican Bay Park, N.Y., from Aug. 19, 1918, to Sept. 27, 1918. Hospital, Pelican Bay Park from Sept. 27, 1918, to Nov. 11, 1918. Inactive duty Dec. 31, 1918, Pelican Bay Park.
  • Allan Edward 1893-1970
    lieutenant, machinegunner, of Ansonia, Conn., and Sarasota, Fla.
    [01-02724] Edward Kibbe, Calvin Zina, Zina, Elihu, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Called into service Dec. 15, 1917. Officers Reserve Corps. Became a 1st lieutenant Sept. 15, 1918. He was a 2nd Infantry machinegunner until his discharge Dec. 19, 1918. He was buried at Sarasota Memorial Park.
  • Arthur Granville 1888-1934 ?
    private, Canadian expeditionary forces; of St. Catherine, Ontario, and Tucson, Ariz..
    [03-00363] Arthur Granville, Alver, Howell, Amos, Amos, David, Joshua, John, John
    He worked for General Hospital No. 3; the attestation papers he signed March 23, 1915, state that he was a cook before entering the service. He was buried at Tucson's Evergreen Memorial Park.
  • Archibald Luther 1893-1990
    colonel, of San Diego, Calif.
    [03-00301] Edmund Fairfield, Horatio "Harvey" Plum, Linus Smith, Joshua, Joshua, Jehiel, Joshua, John, John
    Served in the infantry. A career soldier, he also served in World War II and the Korean War.
  • Arthur 1890-1957
    sergeant.
    Unplaced
    He is buried at Long Island National Cemetery in Farmingdale, N.Y.
  • Arthur "Lynn" Lynn 1874-1955
    of Janesville, Wis., Sioux Falls, S.D., and Long Beach, Calif..
    [01-02724] Russell Gardner, Ira, Truman, Joshua, Jehiel, Joshua, John, John

 

  • Arthur O. 1894-1918
    corporal; of Hamden, Connecticut
    [08-01129] Owen J., Owen J., Jehiel Nettleton, Jeremiah, Timothy, Mark, Job, John, John
    He was member of the 102nd Machine Gun Battalion, 26th Infantry Division. He died of his wounds Nov. 10, 1918, and was buried at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery at Romagne, France. (Plot A, Row 7, Grave 15) His name is on a marker at Hamden's old town hall.
  • Berkley Melvin 1895-1952
    physician, of St. Albans, Vt.; Bridgeport, Conn.
    [03-01265] Abner Augustus, Rufus Electus, Rufus Clark, Ebenezer, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    Enlisted Jan. 30, 1918, at Burlington, Vt. Medical Enlisted Reserve Corps. Discharged Dec. 17, 1918.
  • C. A. ca1880-1920
    private.
    Unplaced
    Company M, 45th USV. He is buried at Los Angeles National Cemetery.
  • Charles Johnson 1884-1968
    seaman
    [08-00820] Henry Edward, Henry "Harry," Henry Charles, Henry, Hezekiah, Hezekiah, Job, John, John
    Registered for the draft in Florida but unsure if he served during the war. He enlisted in 1900 and was discharged in 1905, serving aboard the Constellation, the Menongahala, the Vermont, the Franklin and the Illinois. He filed for a pension Feb. 1, 1929.
  • Charles Roy 1896-1931
    Army Air Corps; of Chadbourn, N.C., and Redondo Beach, Calif.
    [03-00534] Frank Hebard, Charles Rolin, Oliver, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    He was an instructor in stunt flying for the Army at West Point, Miss. He was killed in the crash of a mail plane and buried at Forest Lawn in Glendale, Calif.
  • Chester "Ted" Charles 1892-1918
    corporal; of Long Beach, Calif..
    [03-00846] Franklin De Witt, William "Hank" Henry, Stephen Asa, Amos, Amos, David, Joshua, John, John
    He was a member of the 364th Infantry Regiment, 91st Infantry Division. He was killed in action Sept. 26, 1918, in France and buried at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery (Plot E, Row 43, Grave 2) at Romagne, France.
  • Clifton Yale 1896-1973
    Colfax, Texas
    [01-02970] Elmer Alpha, Giles, Seth, Giles, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John

  • Clyde Deans 1885-1971
    colonel; of St. Louis, Mo., and San Antonio, Texas
    [03-01017] Benjamin Franklin, Moses Edwards, Moses, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    As a major in the 90th Division's 345th Field Artillery, he commanded the 1st Battalion. He also served in World War II and was buried at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery at San Antonio.
  • David Thomas 1891-1918
    private, of Leeton, Mo.
    [01-06235] William Thomas, George W., Stephen, John, John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He served in Co. B, 356th Infantry, and Co. E, 138th Infantry, He was killed in action. His tombstone is at Pleasant Grove Church Cemetery in Warrensburg, Mo.
  • Earl E. 1893- ?
    of Fulton, Dexterville and Hannibal, N.Y.
    [01-08298] Stephen "Eugene" Eugene, Stephen, Truman, Nehemiah, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He served in the front-line trenches in France, where he was gassed. After a month in the hospital he was discharged from active service and given a position in the hospital kitchen. His brother Norman also served. He was buried at Hannibal Village Cemetery.
  • Edgar 1895- ?
    of Ramer, Tenn.
    [01-05482] Thomas J., Samuel, Samuel, Giles, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    His brother Ezra also served.
  • Edgar W. 1896-1963
    corporal, of Tekamah, Neb., and Los Angeles.
    [01-01902] Orlando S., Orren Stafford, Moses, Asahel, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    While working for Ambulance Section 566, he was awarded the Croce al Merito di Guerre (War Merit Cross), right, for bravery in ambulance work in Italy. Under almost constant bombardment at their billet in Bassano, he and others were subjected to enemy batteries as they made their daily 9-mile drive in the Brent Valley to the front-line dressing stations. Recognition of their work was accorded by the Italian authorities on Dec. 31, 1918.
  • Elliott C. 1898-1979
    private, of Danbury, Conn.
    [07-00600] Samuel Melvin, Samuel Carlton, Noah David, David, Noah, Noah, Stephen, John, John
    Inducted into the Army at Rochester, N.Y., on Nov. 8, 1918. Made a private March 3, 1919. He was an M.D. until his discharge on Oct. 28, 1919.
  • Emmert Orval 1896-1956
    private; of Butterfield, Mo.
    [01-03564] John Reed, John, Richard, Ephraim, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was a member of an ambulance crew, Section 617. He was buried in Butterfield's Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
  • Erwin C. 1895-1968
    private, of Portland, Ore.
    [08-00625] Charles Robert, Homer A., Timothy Truman, Timothy, Mark, Job, John, John
    He is buried at Willamette National Cemetery, Happy Valley, Ore., just outside of Portland.
  • Eva Jean 1883- ?
    nurse, of Morristown, N.Y., and Hinsdale, Worthington and Springfield, Mass.
    [01-00500] William Josiah, Josiah Pierson, Alfred, Eliab, Eliab, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    One of six women in the war to receive the Distinguished Service Cross, right. Although wounded in air raid in France in 1917, she continued to serve throughout the emergency.
  • Ezra Green 1887-1970
    of Metropolis, Ill.
    [01-05480] Thomas J., Samuel, Samuel, Giles, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    His brother Edgar also served.
  • Fountain "Fountay" Clyde 1895-1965
    private, Army; of Cobden, Ill.
    [01-03704] Napoleon "Newton," John, Giles, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Company G, 10th Infantry. He was buried at Cobden Cemetery. His brother Van also served.
  • Francis Ellis 1888-1958
    sergeant first class, Aero Squadron; of Canandaigua, N.Y.
    [01-02125] George N., Nelson, Alanson, Abner, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was buried at Canandiagua's Woodlawn Cemetery.
  • Frank ca1869-1929
    private;
    Unplaced
    Company G, 1st OLA. He is buried at Los Angeles National Cemetery.
  • Frank C. 1895-1968
    private; of Sharon, Conn.
    Unplaced
    Inducted into the Army at Canaan on July 25, 1918. 151st Depot Brigade on Aug. 5, 1918. Company F, 74th Infantry until his discharge on Dec. 1, 1918.
  • Frank Hayden 1887- ?
    private; of Essex, Conn.
    [05-01886] Elias Redfield, Elias Farnham, Farnham, Constant, Phineas, Isaac, Isaac, John, John
    Enlisted in the National Guard at New London, Conn., on May 19, 1917. 1st Company Coast Ant. Troops in Connecticut National Guard. Battery A, 68th Artillery, Coast Art Corps until his discharge on Feb. 27, 1919, at Camp Wadsworth, N.Y. Overseas Aug. 9, 1918 to Feb. 16, 1919.
  • Frank P. 1890-1995
    private; of Paterson, N.J., Buffalo, N.Y., and Ft. Myers, Fla.
    [01-03822] John, John J., Isaac, Hiel, Hiel, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    As an infantryman, he was severely wounded, captured by German forces and subsequently liberated by advancing French troops.
  • G. ? -1917
    corporal, of England.
    Unplaced
    Member of the 1st/4th Battalion, the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Died Oct. 16, 1917; buried at the Communal Cemetery at Wimereau, Pas de-Calais, France.
  • Gale Freeland 1894-1952
    sergeant, of Iron Mountain, Mich., Oshkosch, Wisc., Washington, D.C. and Chicago.
    Freeland "Fred" E., Nathaniel Blanchard, John Orcott, Hezekiah, Simeon, Hezekiah, Joel, John, John
    Served in the Marine Corps.
  • George C.
    private 1st class, Waterbury, Conn.
    Unplaced
    Inducted into the Army at New Milford on Nov. 15, 1917. Mechanic in the Motor Transport Company; Repair Shop Unit 301 until his discharge. Made a bugler on Aug. 5, 1918; private on Jan. 21, 1919; private first-class on March 5, 1919. American Expeditionary Forces from Jan. 4, 1918, to June 11, 1919. Discharged on June 18, 1919.
  • George Frederick 1896-1974
    private, of Middletown, Conn.
    [10-00880] Joel F., William, Noah, Eliphuz, Joel, Joel, John, John
    Inducted into the Army in 1917. 151st Depot Brigade until his discharge Dec. 4, 1918. He was buried at Middletown's Pine Grove Cemetery.
  • George N. 1846-1919
    sergeant, of Canandaigua, N.Y.
    [01-02119] Nelson, Alanson, Abner, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    496 Arco Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces in France.
  • George "Raymond" 1898-1962
    private, of Milford, Conn.
    [08-01675] Frank B., Henry "Harry" W., Henry Charles, Henry, Hezekiah, Hezekiah, Job, John, John
    Enlisted in the Army Reserve at Ft. Slocum, N.Y., on April 3, 1918. Made a private on Aug. 9, 1918. An MD through Nov. 10, 1918. Central Officers Training School at Camp Lee, Va., until his discharge Nov. 23, 1918.
  • George Washington 1895-1973
    sergeant, of Nacogdoches, Texas.
    [01-03226] George Washington, Edward Mitchison, Samuel, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was buried at Nacogdoches' Rock Springs Cemetery.
  • Harold Oron 1894-1963
    Sioux City, Iowa
    [08-01285] Perry L., Timothy Enoch, Jeremiah, Timothy, Mark, Job, John, John

  • Harold Perry 1889-1963
    lieutenant commander, Navy; of San Diego, Calif.
    [03-00229] Edmund Fairfield, Horatio "Harvey" Plum, Linus Smith, Joshua, Joshua, Jehiel, Joshua, John, John
    He was a 1913 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and also served in World War II.
  • Hillis S. 1893-1972
    private, Jonesboro, Ill.
    [01-05667] Marion W., James E., Ellsberry, Samuel, Giles, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John

  • Horatio Miller 1874 -1942
    private; of New Haven, Conn., and Monterey, Calif.
    [05-01448] Spencer "Thomas" Thomas, Henry, Samuel, Joseph, Isaac, John, John
    A member of the 3rd Battalion, 63rd Infantry, Company I. The unit was organized in May, 1918, trained and given its overseas equipment, but the armistice was signed almost on the eve of its departure.
  • Ira Lee 1897 -1974
    private, Army; of Pittsburg and Columbus, Kan.
    [10-00846] James Mabie, Walter, Moses William, James, Moses, Hezekiah, Joel, John, John
    He was buried at Columbus' Park Cemetery.
  • J. W. ca 1876 -1927
    private;
    Unplaced
    D Company, 1st New York Light Artillery. He is buried at Los Angeles National Cemetery.
  • James Grannis. 1875 -1953
    major, Canadian expeditionary forces; of Ottawa, Canada
    [03-00563] William Grannis, Roctus T., Ebenezer, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    A captain in 1914, he was promoted to major in France in 1916. He was awarded the French Croix da Guerre (French War Cross), with Bronze WTA; and the King's Silver Jubilee Medal in 1935. He served with the Corps Troops Supply Column, from April 10, 1916, to April 14, 1918, which was then absorbed by the Corps Troops Mechanical Transport Company, from April 15, 1918, to March 18, 1919.
  • James H.

    Unplaced
    He served in Section 2 of the Ambulance Service in Italy.
  • James Miller 1897 -1923
    ambulance driver, second lieutenant in the French Foreign Legion; of Buffalo, N.Y.
    [05-02070] William Irving, Irving, William, Reuben, Abraham, Abraham, Isaac, John, John
    He left Harvard in May, 1917, to join the American Field Service Unit, driving an ambulance with the French Army on the Champagne Front. He drove a Red Cross ambulance with the Italian army on the Piave Front from November, 1917, until April, 1918, when he enlisted as a private in the Foreign Legion. He was sent to a French artillery school at Fontainebleau, appointed aspirant (cadet) on Aug. 14 and assigned to the 43rd Battery, 275th Field Artillery. He was commissioned sous-lieutenant (second lieutenant) on March 15, 1919, and discharged May 22, 1919. His engagements included Reims, Hunding Stellung and Aisne. He was decorated with the Croix de Guerre (French War Cross), above, and the Italian Military Medal. James was working as assistant manager of the cashier's department for Guaranty Trust Service when he was accidentally shot and killed on a Paris street by a policeman; his body was shipped back to New York on the Mauretania, sister ship of the Lusitania. He was buried at Buffalo's Forest Lawn Cemetery.
  • Jesse Campbell 1894-1923
    1st lieutenant, Army; of Nacogdoches, Texas
    [01-03349] Isaac "Ike" Buchanan, Edward Mitchison, Samuel, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was buried at Nacogdoches' Rock Springs Cemetery.
  • John ? -1916
    private;
    Unplaced
    1st/7th Battalions, Northumberland Fusiliers. Died Sept. 16, 1916. Buried at Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extention, Somme, France.
  • John Horace 1894- ?
    sergeant, Army; of Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville, Tenn.
    [05-01350] Martin Egbert, Egbert Benson, Phineas Meigs, Phineas, Phineas, Isaac, John, John
    He was in the 114th Infantry and cited by Gen. Pershing for capturing 16 enemy soldiers.
  • John Roger 1898-1961
    of Somerville and Paterson, N.J.
    [05-02447] John Butterworth, William Smith, John Edwin, Linus, Samuel, Joseph, Isaac, John, John
    He served in Sections 2 and 3 of the Red Cross Ambulance Service in Italy. He was buried at Riverview Cemetery at Trenton, N.J..
  • John Tilford 1864 -?
    Navy; of Sioux City and Fort Dodge, Iowa
    Unplaced
    His draft card notes that he enlisted in the Navy on Jan. 10, 1918.
  • Joseph 1881-1916
    private, of Tyneholme, Richmond Terrace, Felling-on-Tyne
    [14-01246] Henry, --?--
    C Company, 12th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Died July 17, 1916. Buried at Thiepual Memorial, Somme, France.
  • Joseph ca1883-1921
    farrier, of Bingley, Yorkshire, England, and South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    [14-00464] Thomas, --?--
    3rd Field Artillery Brigade, 9th Battery. "Old Joe," who lived with wife Alice at 75 Woodgate St., in South Melbourne, was a member of the in the Australian Imperial Force. His enlistment papers, dated Aug. 27, 1914, state that he had served for a year in the Greenwich Reserve of the 1st King's Dragoon Guards in England.
  • Joseph "Henry" Henry 1895-1974
    Army; of Nacogdoches, Texas
    [01-03132] John Henry, John, Samuel, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John. John
    He was buried at Nacogdoches' Rock Springs Cemetery.
  • Kelly Wright ca1893 -1930
    sergeant; of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Los Angeles, Calif.
    [03-01973] Julian Henry, Thomas Henry, Augustus, Truman, Joshua, Jehiel, Joshua, John. John
    He served from Dec. 14, 1917, through Dec. 24, 1918, and was buried at Council Bluffs' Walnut Hill Cemetery.
  • Kenneth Abner 1897-1962
    sergeant, of St. Albans, Vt., and Franklin Lakes, N.J.
    [03-01266] Abner Augustus, Rufus Electus, Rufus Clark, Ebenezer, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    Enlisted Dec. 4, 1917, at Ft. Slocum, N.Y. 398th Motor Transport Company; private on March 8, 1918; corporal on March 11, 1918; sergeant on April 1, 1919; overseas March 28, 1918 to May 20, 1919; discharged June 2, 1919.
  • Landy "Ladd" York 1887-1967
    sergeant, Army; of Pelham and Coalmont, Tenn.
    [01-04349] Silas Ray, Aladdin "Burg," John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was buried at Lasater Cemetery in Sequatchie, Tenn.
  • Lawrence 1894-1918
    lance corporal; of St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
    [14-00241] Randolph, Thomas, Samuel, Joseph, Joseph, Henry, John, Edmond, John, --?--, Henry
    9th Battalion, Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment. Died Oct. 12, 1918. In the 1911 census of St. Helens, he was a 16-year-old bottle maker, living at 127 Cooper St. Buried at Selridge British Cemetery, Montay, Nord, France.
  • Leland Evans 1896- ?
    private, of Brandon, Vt.
    [10-00764] Dan Dunklee, Samuel "Alexander," Ambrose Nichols, Samuel, John, Joel, John, John
    Enlisted June 18, 1917, at Ft. Ethan Allan; Company C 1st Vermont Infantry to Sept. 7, 1917; Company E 101st Ammunition Train to discharge; corporal on July 3, 1917; private on Aug. 5, 1917; first-class private on May 1, 1918; overseas Oct. 2, 1917, to April 23, 1919. He was severely wounded on Oct. 1, 1918, and discharged May 9, 1919.
  • Leland Wellington 1903-1995
    chief warrant officer, Navy; of Ivorytown and Hartford, Conn.
    [01-03081] Morelle Edward, Wellington L., Lorenzo Asahel, Asahel, Asahel, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He served in the Navy for 27 years, from the final days of World War I through World War II. His obituary.
  • Luther Hart 1896-1985
    Army Corps of Engineers, of Kent, Ohio
    [05-00343] Frank Hart, Luther Hart, Elisha, Theodore, Abraham, Abraham, Isaac, John, John
    He received a Purple Heart after taking shrapnel in a leg.
  • Lyman Dickinson 1891- ?
    private, of Osborne, Kan.
    [01-01653] Lyman Lamb, Lyman Lamb, Asaph, Gilbert, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was in Company G of Kansas' 3rd Infantry.
  • Miles Mc Kinstry 1895-1918
    lieutenant, Urbana, Ill.
    [01-01235] Oliver Clark, James Edward, Ezra, James, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Died of illness Nov. 19, 1918, in France. A nephew, Miles Edward, died in World War II.
  • Newton Oscian 1891-1958
    private, of Austin and Granger, Texas
    [05-02323] James Jefferson, James Mc Ginty, Joseph, Joseph, Joseph, Joseph, Isaac, John, John
    He was buried at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery at Pflugerville, Texas.
  • Norman James 1890-1943
    of Fulton, N.Y.
    [13-08301] Stephen "Eugene" Eugene, Stephen, Truman, Nehemiah, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He enlisted in September, 1917, and served with the provost guard company. He was discharged Aug. 23, 1919, at Camp Dix, N.J. His brother Earl also served.
  • Owen Settles 1894- ?
    of Normal, Ill., and Washington, D.C.
    [01-00747] Francis "Frank" Owen, Luman E., Lucius Seth, Seth, Giles, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John

  • Philip A. 1896-1961
    private, of West Granby, Conn.
    [01-02707] Frederick H., Sylvester, Nathaniel, Elihu, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Inducted into the Army at Thompsonville on May 1, 1918. Company H, 113th Infantry. Made a private Dec. 1, 1918. American Expeditionary Forces June 15, 1918, to May 20, 1919. Discharged May 27, 1919.
  • Pollock 1894-1994
    of Plattsmouth, Neb.
    [01-01808] Charles Calvin, Calvin House, Quartus, Giles, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Enlisted in Cass County, Neb.

  • Ralph Adams 1898-1936
    of Honeoye Falls, N.Y.
    [05-00348] Isaac, Isaac, Aaron Baldwin, Bela, Reuben, John, John, John, John, John
    Marine
  • Ralph Raymond 1894-1918
    sergeant; of Maysville, Ark.
    [01-04263] James C., William Irvin, Robert, John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was with the Company H, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. He was killed May 3, 1918, and buried at Somme American Cemetery (Plot D, Row 16, Grave 1), at Bony, France.
  • Ray Harrison 1889-1918
    private; of Grand Rapids, Mich.
    [03-01587] Linus, Erastus K., Joshua, Joshua, Jehiel, Joshua, John, John
    He was a member of the 28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. He was killed May 29, 1918, in France and buried at the Somme American Cemetery (Plot C, Row 17, Grave 3), at Bony, France.
  • Rollie S. ? -1938
    sergeant
    Unplaced
    Enlisted July 1, 1918, and served through Sept. 11, 1919. He was buried at Los Angeles' National Cemetery.
  • Rotus 1898- ?
    Canadian expeditionary forces, of Waterloo, Quebec, and Ottawa, Ontario.
    [03-01965] Charles Henry, Rufus Electus, Rufus Clark, Ebenezer, Oliver, Jonathan, Joshua, John, John
    He enlisted April 17, 1916, at Ottawa.
  • Temalian "Molie" 1896-1918
    of Eadsville, Ky.
    [01-05000] Chrisman, Aladdin, Garner, John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Killed in France on Oct. 14, 1918. He was buried at Elk Spring Cemetery in Monticello, Ky., almost three years later, on Sept. 17, 1921.
  • Vallette Lee 1892-1939
    major, medical corps; of Centralia, Ill., and Little Rock, Ark.
    [01-05404] Matthew, Matthew, Samuel, Ephraim, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He was a doctor in the medical corps and was buried at Little Rock's Roselawn Cemetery.
  • Van Blaine 1892-1967
    private; of Cobden, Ill.
    [01-04757] Napoleon "Newton," John, Giles, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Battery A, 7th Artillery Regiment. He was buried at Cobden Cemetery. His brother Fountain also served.
  • Vine Randall 1894-1987
    2nd lieutenant; of Hartford and Windsor, Conn., and Sarasota, Fla.
    [01-02224] Robert Curtis, Leander, John Howard, Solomon, Roswell, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Enlisted in the National Guard on Dec. 9, 1914, at New Haven. Troop B, Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard (Company B 101st Machinegun Battalion). Army Candidate School. American Expeditionary Forces until his discharge on Sept. 30, 1918. In 1916, he served in the Mexican border campaign. He was made a private on Jan. 22, 1917, corporal on March 8, 1917; sergeant on April 28, 1917; 1st sergeant on Feb. 1, 1918. Appointed a 2nd lieutenant on Oct. 1, 1918 in the 309th Machinegun Battalion until his discharge on Oct. 20, 1918. Saw action at Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; wounded in action at Meuse-Argonne on Oct. 20, 1918. Discharged Aug. 22, 1919.
  • Walter Ernest 1895-1972
    Army; of Indiana.
    [01-03033] Cornelius Irvin, Daniel Eliel, Ezra, James, Jeremiah, Lemuel, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    The Dec. 27, 1917, issue of The Lowell (Ind.) Tribune lists Walter Parmlee as serving in the Army -- is this him?
  • William ca1891-1916
    private; of Drovers Lane, Penrith, Cumberland, England
    Unplaced
    4th Battalion, Border Regiment.Buried at the North Gate War Cemetery just outside Baghdad, Iraq.
  • William B. 1890-1918
    sergeant, Marines; of Somerset, Ky., and Newton, Iowa
    [01-04025] Nimrod, James, Robert, John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    He served with the 18th Company, 5th Regiment (Marines), 2nd Division, and was killed in action at Chateau-Thierry, France, on June 6, 1918. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, right, and the Navy Cross for his efforts that day. He was buried next to his father at Newton's Union Cemetery.
  • William E.
    corporal, of New London, Conn.
    Unplaced
    Coast Art. Corps. Connecticut National Guard, 32nd Company, Long Island Sound to June 1, 1918. Battery A, 68th Arty. to his discharge. Wagoner on June 1, 1918. Made a corporal on Nov. 1, 1918. American Expeditionary Forces from Aug. 9, 1918 to Feb. 16, 1919. Discharged Feb. 27, 1919, at Camp Wadsworth, N.Y.
  • William F. 1895-1965
    private, of Colebrook and Fairfield, Conn., and Mt. Dora, Fla.
    [01-06945] Charles A., Perin "Payne," Elihu, Elihu, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
    Inducted Nov. 7, 1917, at Fairfield. Company C. 301st Signal Battalion. American Expeditionary Forces from June 10, 1918, to May 27, 1919. Discharged June 3, 1919. According to one cousin, he was gassed during the war and had problems with his lungs for the rest of his life, one of the reasons the family moved to Florida.
  • William Henry 1891-1970
    private, of Salisbury and Falls Village (Canaan), Conn., and Sheffield, Mass.
    [08-01813] Lyman Charles, Frederick David, William Cockfield, Solomon, Mark, Mark, Job, John, John
    He was buried at Sand Hill Cemetery in Falls Village.