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YATES COUNTY 



in the 



WORLD WAR 




1917-1918 



Yates County 



in the 



World War 



1917-1918 




Compiled and Published by 

L. D. HARRISON 

Perm Van, N. Y. 



Copyright, 1921, by L. D. Harrison 






7 

4 PR 25 1921 

§)CI.A614328 



PREFACE 



In presenting this volume, to commemorate Yates County's part in 
the World War, the author realizes more fully than anyone else 
its many imperfections. Having devoted the better part of a year to col- 
lecting the material in hand, we can only hope that our effort will, in 
a measure, fulfill the purpose for which it is intended. 

Great care has been exercised in compiling the record of those 
who were engaged in this war. This list contains only those actually 
credited to Yates county. Many who might have claimed this as their 
home went into service from other places and are credited to the 
county from which they were inducted. In some respects this is unfor- 
tunate; but it seemed best to the author not to include their records 
in this work. 

Our judgment in this matter may be criticized, but this volume is 
intended to be a historical record — a reference book for future use — 
and for this reason the lines have been more closely drawn than they 
otherwise would have been. 

We feel that some special reference should be made to the Penn 
Yan Chapter of the American Red Cross. While the record of this noble 
band of workers, most of whom are women, as set forth in detail 
elsewhere in this book, speaks for itself, the fact that much of this 
record was made under the direction of officers other than those whose 
pictures appear in the group of Red Cross officers, seems to call for a 
word of explanation. In an undertaking of this kind there must neces- 
sarily be some limitations as to the number of illustrations used, and 
for that reason, only the officers first chosen by the Red Cross are in- 
cluded in this book. Those having direction of the work at later per- 
iods of the war are entitled to a large share of the credit for the 
achievements of the Red Cross. All performed a noble service, and 
their work did much to lighten the burden of the boys in camp and at 
the front. Many were the sacrifices made that the "boys" might be 
made more comfortable, and the work of the Red Cross will always be 
gratefully remembered. 

It is not the purpose of the author to sit in judgment and try to de- 
cide "who is who" in the matter of Yates County's heroes and workers 
in the world war. The records and other information which we are 
publishing are from official sources. Whatever is lacking to make this 
work complete was beyond our reach. Having did out best, we dedicate 
our humble efforts to "the boys who went". 

"The broken soldier, kindly bade to stay 
Sat by his Are, and talked the night away; 
Wept o'er his wounds, or, tales of sorrow done, 
Shouldered his crutch, and showed how fields were won." 



'Page Five 



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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS 

APRIL 2, 1917 





PRESIDENT WOOD ROW WILSON. 



Gentlemen of the Congress: 

I have called the Congress into ex- 
traordinary session because there are 
serious, very serious, choices of policy 
to be made, and made immediately, 
•which it was neither right nor con- 
stitutionally permissible that I should 
assume the responsibility of making. 

On the third of February last I of- 
ficially laid before you the extraordi- 
nary announcement of the Imperial 
German Government that on and after 
the first day of February it was its pur- 
pose to put aside all restraints of law 
or of humanity and use its submarines 
to sink every vessel that sought to ap- 
proach either the ports of Great Britain 
and Ireland or the western coasts of 
Europe or any of the ports controlled 
by the enemies of Germany within the 
Mediterranean. That had seemed to be 
the object of the German submarine 
warfare earlier in the war, but since 
April of last year the Imperial Govern- 
ment had somewhat restrained the com- 
manders of its undersea craft in con- 
formity with its promise then given to 
us that passenger boats should not be 
sunk and that due warning would be 
given to all other vessels which its 
submarines might seek to destroy, when 
no resistence was offered or escape at- 
tempted, and care taken that their 
crews were given at least a fair chance 
to save their lives in their open boats. 



The precautions taken were meagre and 
haphazard enough, as was proved in 
distressing instance after instance in 
the progress of the cruel and unmanly 
business, but a certain degree of re- 
straint was observed. The new policy 
has swept every restriction aside. Ves- 
sels of every kind, whatever their flag, 
their character, their cargo, their desti- 
nation, their errand, have been ruth- 
lessly sent to the bottom without 
warning and without thought of help 
or mercy for those on board, the ves- 
sels of friendly neutrals along wiith 
those of belligerents. Even hospital 
ships and ships carrying relief to the 
sorely bereaved and stricken people of 
Belgium, though the latter -were provid- 
ed with safe conduct through the pro- 
scribed areas by the German Govern- 
ment itself and were distinguished by 
unmistakable marks of identity, have 
been sunk with the same reckless lack 
of compassion or of principle. 

I was for a little while unable to be- 
lieve that such things would in fact be 
done by any government that had 
hitherto subscribed to the humane prac- 
tices of civilized nations. Internation- 
al law had its origin in the attempt to 
set up some law which would be re- 
spected and observed upon the seas, 
where no nation had right of dominion 
and where lay the free highways of the 
world. By painful stag'e after stage has 
that law been built up, with meagre 



enough results, indeed, after all was 
accomplished that could be accomplish- 
ed, but always with a clear view, at 
least, of what the heart and conscience 
of mankind demanded. This minimum 
of right the German Government has 
swept aside under the plea of retalia- 
tion and necessity and because it had 
no weapons which it could use at sea 
except these which it is impossible to 
employ as it is employing them without 
throwing to the winds all scruples of 
humanity or of respect for the under- 
standings that were supposed to under- 
lie the intercourse of the world. I am 
not now thinking of the loss of proper- 
ty involved, immense and serious as 
that is, but only of the wanton and 
wholesale destruction of the lives of 
non-combatants, men, women and chil- 
dren, engaged in pursuits which have 
always even in the darkest periods 
of modern history, been deemed inno- 
cent and legitimate. Property can be 
paid for; the lives of peaceful and inno- 
cent people cannot be. The present Ger- 
man submarine warfare against com- 
merce is a warfare against mankind. 

It is a war against all nations. Amer- 
ican ships have been sunk, American 
lives taken, in ways which it has stir- 
red us very deeply to learn of, but the 
ships and people of other neutral and 
friendly nations have been sunk and 
overwhelmed in the waters in the same 
way. There has been no discrimination. 



'Page Six 



The challenge is to all mankind. Each 
nation must decide for itself how it will 
meet it. The choice we make for our- 
selves must be made with a moderation 
of counsel and a temperateness of 
S2X judgment befitting our character and 
our motives as a nation. We must put 
excited feelings away. Our motive will 
not be revenge or the victorious asser- 
tion of the physical might of the na- 
tion, but only the vindication of right, 
of human right, of which we are only 
a single champion. 

When I addressed the Congress on 
the twenty-sixth of February last I 
thought that it would suffice to assert 
our neutral rights with arms, our right 
lo use the seas against unlawful in- 
terference, our right to keep our people 
safe against unlawful violence. But 
armed neutrality, it now appears, is 
impracticable. Because submarines are 
in effect outlaws when used as the Ger- 
man submarines have been used against 
merchant shipping, it is impossible 
to defend ships against their at- 
tacks as the law of nations has 
assumed that merchantmen -would de- 
fend themselves against privateers or 
cruisers, visible craft giving- chase upon 
the open sea. It is common prudence in 
such circumstances, grim necessity in- 
deed, to endeavor to destroy them be- 
fore they have shown their own inten- 
tion. They must be dealt with upon 
Sight, if dealt with at all. The Ger- 
man Government denies the right of 
neutrals to use arms at all within the 
areas of the sea which it has proscrib- 
ed, even in the defense of rights which 
no modern publicist has ever before 
questioned their right to defend. The 
intimation is conveyed that the armed 
guards which we have placed on our 
merchant ships will be. treated as be- 
yond the pale of law and subject to be 
dealt with as pirates would be. Arm- 
ed neutrality is ineffectual enough at 
best; in such circumstances and in the 
face of such pretensions it is worse 
than ineffectual; it is likely only to 
produce what it was meant to pre- 
vent; it is practically certain to draw 
us into the war without either the 
rights or the effectiveness of belliger- 
ents. There is one choice we cannot 
make, we are incapable of making; we 
will not choose the path of submission 
and suffer the most sacred rights of our 
nation and our people to be ignored or 
v.olated. The wrongs against which 
we now array ourselves are no com- 
mon wrongs; they cut to the very roots 
of human life. 

With a profound sense of the solemn 
and even tragical character of the step 
I am taking and of the grave respon- 
sibilities which it involves, but in un- 
hesitating obedience to what I deem my 
constitutional duty, I advise that the 
Congress declare the recent course of 
the Imperial German Government to 
be in fact nothing less than war against 
the government and people of the Unit- 
ed States; that, it formally accept the 
status of belligerent which has thus 
been thrust upon it; and that it take 
immediate steps not only to put the 
country in a more thorough state of de- 
f . • 1 1 s ',, but also to exert all its power 
and employ all its resources to bring 



the Government of the German Em- 
pire to terms and end the war. 

What this will involve is clear. It 
will involve the utmost practicable co- 
operation 'in counsel and action with 
the governments now at war with Ger- 
many, and, as incident to that, the ex- 
tension to those governments of the 
most liberal financial credits, in order 
that our resources may so far as pos- 
sible be added to theirs. It will in- 
volve the organization and mobiliza- 
tion of all the material resources of the 
country to supply the materials of war 
and serve the incidental needs of the 
nation in the most abundant and yet 
the most economical and efficient way 
possible. It will involve the immediate 
full equipment of the navy in all re- 
spects but particularly in supplying- it 
with the best means of dealing with 
the enemy's submarines. It will involve 
the immediate addition to the armed 
forces of the United States already pro- 
vided for by law lin case of war at 
least five hundred thousand men, who 
should, in my opinion, be chosen upon 
the principle of universal liability to 
service, and also the authorization of 
subsequent additional increments of 
equal force so scon as they may be 
needed and can be handled in training-. 
It will involve also, of course, the 
granting of adequate credits to the 
Government, sustained I hope, so far 
as they can equitably be sustained by 
the present generation, by well con- 
ceived taxation. 

I say sustained so far as may be 
equitable by taxation because it seems 
to me that it would be most unwise to 
base the credits which will now be 
necessary entirely on money borrowed. 
It is our duty, I most respectfully urge, 
to protect our people so far as we may 
against the very serious hardships and 
evils which would be likely to arise 
out of the inflation which would be 
produced by vast loans. 

In carrying out the measures by 
wh'ch these things are to be accom- 
plished we should keep constantly in 
mind the wisdom of interfering as lit- 
tle as possible in our own preparation 
and in the equipment of our own mili- 
tary forces with the duty, — for it will 
be a very practical duty, — of supply- 
: ng the nations already at war with 
Germany with the materials which 
Lhey can obtain only from us or by our 
assistance. Thej' are in the field and we 
should help them in every way to be 
effective there. 

I shall take the liberty of suggest- 
ing, through the several executive de- 
partments of the Government, for the 
consideration of your committees, 
measures for the accomplishment of 
the several objects I have mentioned. 
I hope that it will be your pleasure to 
V^al with them as having been fram- 
ed after very careful thought by the 
branch of the Government upon which 
the responsibility of conducting the 
war and safeguarding the nation will 
most directly fall. 

While we do these things, these 
deeply momentous things, let us be very 
clear, and make very clear to all the 
world what our motives and our ob- 
jects are. My own thought has not been 



driven from its habitual and normal 
course by the unhappy events of the 
last two months, and I do not believe 
that the thought of the nation has been 
altered or clouded by them. I have 
exactly the same things in mind now 
that I had in mind when I addressed 
the Senate on the twenty-second of Jan- 
uary last; the same that I had in mind 
when I addressed the Congress on the 
third of February, and on the twenty- 
sixth of February. Our object now, as 
then,, is to vindicate the principles of 
peace and justice in the life of the 
world as against selfish and autocratic 
power and to set up amongst the really 
free and self-governed people of the 
world such a concert of purpose and 
of action as will henceforth ensure the 
observance of those principles. Neu- 
trality is no longer feasible or desir- 
able where the peace of the world is 
involved and the freedom of its peoples, 
and the menace to that peace and free- 
dom lies in the existence of autocratic 
governments backed by organized force 
which is controlled wholly by their 
will, not by the will of their people. 
We have seen the last of neutrality in 
such circumstances. We are at the be- 
ginning of an age in which it will be 
insisted that the same standards of 
conduct and of responsibility for wrong 
done shall be observed among nations 
and their governments that are observ- 
ed among the individual citizens of 
civilized states. 

We have no quarrel with the German 
people. We have no feeling towards 
them but one of sympathy and friend- 
ship. It was not upon their impulse 
that their government acted in en- 
tering this war. It was not with their 
previous knowledge or approval. It was 
a war determined upon as wars used 
to be determined upon in the old, un- 
happy days when people were no- 
where consulted by their rulers and 
wars were provoked and waged in the 
interest of dynasties or of little groups 
of ambitious men who were accustom- 
ed to use their fellowmen as pawns and 
tools Self-governed nations do not fill 
their neighbor states with spies or set 
the course of intrigue to bring about 
some critical posture of affairs which 
will give them an opportunity to strike 
and make conquest. Such designs can be 
successfully worked out only under 
•ever and where no one has the right 
to ask questions. Cunningly contrived 
plans of deception or aggression, car- 
ried, it may be, from generation to 
generation, can be worked out and 
kept from the light only within the 
privacy of courts or behind the care- 
fully guarded confidences of a nar- 
row and privileged class. They are hap - 
pily impossible where public opinion 
commands and insists upon full infor- 
mation concerning all the nation's af- 
fairs. 

A steadfast concert for peace can 
never be maintained except by a part- 
nership of democratic nations. No au- 
tocratic government could be trust- 
ed to keep faith within it or observe its 
covenants. It must be a league of hon- 
our, a partnership of opinion. Intrigue 
would eat its vitals away; the plot- 
tings of inner circles who could plan 



'Page Seven 



what they would and render account 
to no one would be a corruption seat- 
ed at its very heart. Only free peoples 
can hold their purpose and their hon- 
our steady to a common end and pre- 
fer the interest of mankind to any nar- 
row interests of their own. 

Does not every American feel that 
assurance has been added to our hope 
for the future peace of the world by 
the wonderful and heartening things 
that have been happening within the 
last few weeks in Russia? Russia was 
known by those who knew it best to 
have been always in fact democratic 
at heart, in all the vital habits of her 
thought, in all the intimate relation- 
ships of her people that spoke their 
natural instinct, their habitual atti- 
tude towards life. The autocracy that 
crowned the summit of her political 
structure, long as it had stood and 
terrible as was the reality of its pow- 
er, was not in fact Russian in origin, 
character or purpose; and now it has 
been shaken off and the great, gen- 
erous Russian people have been added 
In all their naive majesty and might 
to the forces that are fighting for free- 
dom in the world, for justice, and for 
peace. Here is a fit partner for a 
League of Honour. 

One of the things that has served to 
convince us that the Prussian autoc- 
racy was not and could never be our 
friend is that from the very outset of 
the present war it has filled our un- 
suspecting communities and even our 
offices of government with spies and 
set criminal intrigues everywhere afoot 
against our national unity of counsel, 
u ur peace within and without, our in- 
dustries and our commerce. Indeed it 
is now evident that its spies were here 
even before the war began; and it is 
unhappily not a matter of conjecture 
but a fact proved in our courts of jus- 
tice that the intrigues which have 
more than once come perilously near 
to disturbing the peace and dislocating 
the industries of the country have 
been carried on at the instigation, with 
the support, and even under the per- 
sonal direction of official agents of the 
Imperial Government accredited to the 
Government of the United States. Even 
in checking these things and trying to 
extirpate them we have sought to put 
the most generous interpretation possi- 
ble upon them because we knew that 
their source lay, not in any hostile feel- 
ing or purpose of the German people 
towards us (who were, no doubt as 
ignorant of them as we ourselves were) 
but only in the selfish designs of a 
Government that did what it pleased 
and told its people nothing. But they 
have played their part in serving to 
convince us at last that that Govern- 
ment entertains no real friendship for 
us and means to act against our peace 
and security at its convenience. That 
it means to stir up enemies against us 
at our very doors the intercepted note 
to the German Minister at Mexico City 
is eloquent evidence. 



We are accepting this challenge of 
hostile purpose because we know that 
in such a government, following such 
methods, we can never have a friend; 
and that in the presence of its organ- 
ized power, always lying in wait to 
accomplish we know not what pur- 
pose, there can be no assured security 
for the democratic governments of the 
world. We are now about to accept 
gage of battle with this natural foe to 
liberty and shall, if necessary, spend 
the whole force of the nation to check 
and nullify its pretensions and its pow- 
er. We are glad, now that we see the 
facts with no veil of false pretence 
about them, to fight thus for the ulti- 
mate peace of the world and for the 
liberation of its peoples, the German 
peoples included; for the rights of na- 
tions great and small and the privilege 
of men everywhere to choose their way 
of life and of obedience. The world 
must be made safe for democracy. Its 
peace must be planted upon the tested 
foundations of political liberty. We 
have no selfish ends to serve. We de- 
sire no conquest, no dominion. We seek 
no indemnities for ourselves, no mater- 
ial compensation for the sacrifices we 
shall freely make. We are but one of 
the champions of the nights of man- 
kind. We shall be satisfied when those 
rights have been made as secure as the 
faith and the freedom of nations can 
make them. 

Just because we fight without ran- 
cour and without selfish object, seeking 
nothing for ourselves but what we 
shall wish to share with all free peo- 
ples, we shall, I feel confident, conduct 
our operations as belligerents without 
passion and ourselves observe with 
proud punctilio the principles of right 
and of fair play we profess to be fight- 
ing for. 

I have said nothing of the govern- 
ments allied with the Imperial Govern- 
ment of Germany because they have 
not made war upon us or challenged 
us to defend our right and our honour. 
The Austro-Hungarian Government 
has, indeed, avowed its unqualified en- 
dorsement and acceptance of the reck- 
less and lawless submarine warfare 
adopted now without disguise by the 
Imperial German Government, and it 
has therefore not been possible for this 
Government to receive Count Tarnow- 
ski, the Ambassador recently accredit- 
ed to this Government by the Imperial 
and Royal Government of Austria-Hun- 
gary; but that Government has not 
actually engaged in warfare against 
citizens of the united States on the 
seas, and I take the liberty, for the 
present at least, of postponing a dis- 
cussion of our relations with the au- 
thorities at Vienna. We enter this war 
only where we are clearly forced into 
it because there are no other means 
of defending our rights. 

It will be all the easier for us to con- 
duct ourselves as belligerents in a high 
spirit of right and fairness because we 
act without animus, not in enmity to- 



wards a people or with the desire to 
bring any injury or disadvantage up- 
on them, but only in armed opposition 
to an irresponsible government which 
has thrown aside all considerations of 
humanity and of right and is running 
amuck. We are, let me say again, the 
s.ncere friends of the German people, 
and shall desire nothing so much as 
the early re-establishment of intimate 
relations of mutual advantage between 
us. — however hard it may be for them, 
for the time being, to believe that this 
is spoken from our hearts. We have 
borne with their present government 
through all these bitter months be- 
cause of that friendship, — exercising a 
patience and forbearance which would 
otherwise have been impossible. We 
shall, happily, still have an opportuni- 
ty to prove that friendship in our daily 
attitude and actions towards the mil- 
lions of men and women of German 
oirth and native sympathy who live 
amongst us and share our life, and we 
shall be proud to prove it towards all 
who are in fact loyal to their neigh- 
bors and to the Government in the 
hour of test. They are, most of them, 
as true and loyal Americans as if they 
had never known any other fealty or 
allegiance. They will be prompt to 
s. and with us in rebuking and re- 
straining the few who may be of a dif- 
ferent mind and purpose. If there 
should be disloyalty, it will be dealt 
with with a firm hand of stern repres- 
sion; but, if it lifts its head at all, it 
will lift it only here and there and 
without countenance except from a 
lawless and malignant few. 

It is a distressing and oppressive 
duty, Gentlemen of the Congress, 
which I have performed in thus ad- 
dressing you. There are, it may be, 
many months of fiery trial and sacri- 
fice ahead of us. It is a fearful thing 
to lead this great peaceful people into 
war, into the most terrible and disas- 
trous of all wars, civilization itself 
seeming to be in the balance. But the 
right is more precious than peace, and 
we shall fight for the things which we 
have always carried nearest our hearts 
— for democracy, for the right of those 
who submit to authority to have a 
voice in their own governments, for 
the rights and liberties of small na- 
tions, for a universal dominion of right 
by such a concert of free peoples as 
shall bring peace and safety to all na- 
tions and make the world itself at last 
free. To such a task we can dedicate 
our lives and our fortunes, everything 
that we are a,nd everything that we [LJ 
have, with the pride of those who know 
that the day has come when America 
: s privileged to spend her blood and 
her might for the principles that gave 
her birth and happiness and the peace 
which she has treasured. God helping 
her, she can do no other. 



'Page Eight 



RESOLUTION 



DECLARING WAR WITH GERMANY 



Whereas, The Imperial German Government has committed re- 
peated acts of war against the government and the people of the United 
States of America; therefore be it 

Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress 
assembled, that the state of war between the United States and the 
Imperial German Government which has been thrust upon the United 
States, is hereby formally declared, and the President be, and he is 
hereby authorized and directed to employ the entire naval and military 
forces of the United States and the resources of the government to 
carry on war against the Imperial German Government and to bring 
the conflict to a successful termination. All the resources of the coun- 
try are hereby pledged by the Congress of the United States. 



President Wilson attached his signature to the above resolution, 
April 6, 1917, thus declaring the United States in a state of war with 
Germany as from that date. 



'Page Nine 






THE VOTE OF CONGRESS 



ON THE RESOLUTION. APRIL 4. 1917 



SENATE 



m 




TJ. S. Senator 

WILLIAM M. CALDER 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



AYES. 82 



Ashurst 


Kellogg 


Beckham 


Kendrick 


Borah 


Kenyon 


Bradv 


King 


Brandegee 


Kirby 


Broussard 


Knox 


Calder 


Lewis 


Chamberlain 


Lodge 


Colt 


McCumber 


Culberson 


McJ^ellar 


Cummins 


McLean 


Curtis 


Martin 


Dillingham 


Myers 


Fall 


Nelson 


Pernald 


New 


Fletcher 


Overman 


France 


Owen 


Frelinghuysen 


1 'age 


Galligher 


Penrose 


Gerry 


Phelan 


Hale 


Pittman 


Harding 


Poindexter 


Hardwick 


Pomerene 


Hitchcock 


Bansdell 


Hughes 


Reed 


Husting 


Robinson 


James 


Saulsbury 


Johnson, Cal. 


Shafroth 


Johnson, S. Dak. 


Sheppard 


Jones, N. Mex. 


Sherman 


Jones, Wash. 


Shields 



Simmons 
Smith, Ariz. 
Smith, Ga. 
Smith, Mich. 
Smith, S. C. 
Smoot 
Sterling 
Sutherland 
Swanson 
Thompson 



Gronna 

La Follette 

Lane 



Townsend 

Tram m ell 

Underwood 

Wadsworth 

Walsh 

Warren 

Watson 

Weeks 

Williams 

Wolcott 



NAYS. 6 



Norris 

Stone 

V a I'd air an 



NOT VOTING, 8 



Bankhead 
Go ft 
Gore 
Hollis 



Newlanrts 

Smith, Mel. 

Thomas 

Tillman 



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IT. S. Senator 

JAMES W. WADSWORTH, Jr. 

Gene.seo, N. Y. 




'Page Ten 



THE VOTE OF CONGRESS 

ON THE RESOLUTION. APRIL 4. 1917 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



AYES. 373 



Adamson 
Alexander 
Anderson 
Anthony 
Ashbrook 
Aswell 
Austin 
Ayres 
Bacharach 
Bankhead 
Barkley 
Barnhart 
Bathrick 
Bell 
Black 
Blackmon 
Bland 
B 1 anto n 
Booher 
Borland 
Bowers 
Brand 
Brodbeck 
Browning 
Bruckner 
Brumbaugh 
Buchanan 
Butler 

Byrnes, S. C. 
Byrns, Tenn 
Caldwell 

Campbell Kans. 
Campbell, Pa. 
Candler, Miss 
Cannon 
Cantrill 
Caraway 
Carew 
Carl in 

Carter, Mass 
Carter, Okla. 
Chandler, N. Y. 
^handler. Okla. 
Clark, Fla. 
Clark, Pa. 
Classon 
Claypool 
Ccady 
Collier 
Comstock 
Connally, Tex. 
Cooper, Ohio 
Cooper, W. Va. 
Copley 
Costello 
Cox 
Crage 
Cramton 
Crisp 
Crcsser 
Curry, Cal. 
Ouirie. Mich. 
Dale, N. Y. 
Dale, Vt. 
Dallinger 
I 'arrow 
Dempsey 
Denison 
Dent 
Denton 
Dewait 
Dickinson 
Dies 
Dixon 
I moling 
Doolittle 
Doremus 
Doughton 
I id well 
Drane 
I irukker 
Dunn 
Dupre 
Dyer 
Eagan 
Eagle 
Edmonds 
Ellsworth 
Hlston 
Emerson 



Estopiinal 
Evans 

Fairchild, B. L. 
Fairchild, G. W. 
Fairfield 
Farr 
Ferris 
Fess 
Fisher 
Fitzgerald 
Flood 
Flynn 
Focht 
Fordney 
Foss 
Foster- 
Francis 
Freeman 
French 
Fuller, Mass. 
Gallagher 
Gallivan 
Gandy 
Gard 
Gardner 
Garland 
Garner 

Garrett, Term. 
Garrett, Tex. 
Gillett 
Glass 
Glynn 

Godwin, N. C. 
Good 
Goodall 
Goodwin. Ark. 
Gordon 
Gould 

Graham, 111. 
Graham, Pa. 
Gray, Ala. 
Gray, N. J 
Green. Iowa 
Greene, Mass. 
Greene, Vt. 
Gregg 
Griest 
Griffin 
Hadley 
Hamill 

Hamilton, Mich. 
Hamilton, N. Y. 
Kamlin 
Hardy 

Harrison, Miss. 
Harrison, Va. 
Haskell 
Hastings 
Hawley 
Hay den 
Heaton 
Heflin 
Heintz 
Helm 
Helvering 
Hersey 
Hicks 
Holland 
Holl'ngsworth 
Hood 
Houston 
Howard 
Hurtdleston 
Hulbert 
Hull, Tenn. 
Humphreys 
Husted 
Hutchinson 
Ireland 
Jacoway 
James 

Johnson. Ky. 
Johnson, Wash. 
Jones, Tex. 
Jcnes, Va. 
Juel 
Kahn 
Kearns 
Kehoe 
Kelley, Mich. 




Representative 

NORMAN J. GOULD 

Seneca Falls, N. Y. 



Kelly, Pa. 

Kennedy, Iowa 

Kennedy, R. I. 

Kettner 

Key, Ohio 

Kiess, Pa. 

Kincheloe 

Kraus 

Kreider 

La Guardia 

Langley 

Larsen 

Hazaro 

Lea. Cal. 

Lehlbach 

Lenroot 

Lesher 

Lever 

Linthicum 

Littlepage 

Labeck 

Lonergan 

Longworth 

Lunn 

McAndrews 

Me Arthur 

McClintic 

McCormick 

McCulloch 

McFadden 

McKenzie 

McKcown 

McKinley 

McLaughlin, Mich. 

McLaughlin, Pa. 

Madden 

V; sec 

Ma her 

Mann 

Ala nsfield 

Mapes 

Martin. Ill 

Martin. La. 

Mays 

Miller, Minn. 

Miller, Wash. " 



Mondell 

Montague 

Moon 

Moore, Pa. 

MooreR', Ind. 

Morgan 

Mo rin 

Molt 

Mudd 

Neely 

Nieholls, S C. 

Nichols. Mich. 

Nclan 

Norton 

Oldfield 

Oliver, Ala. 

Oliver, N. Y . 

Olney 

Osborne 

O'Shaunessy 

Overmyer 

Overstreet 

Padgett 

Paige 

Park 

Parker, N. J 

Parker, N. Y. 

Peters 

Phelan 

Piatt 

Polk 

Porter 

Pou 

Pratt 

Price 

Purnell 

Quin 

Ragsdale 

Ra iney 

Raker 

R; msey 

Ramseyer 

i :.i s burn 

Reed 

I tiordan 

I : o b b i n s 



Robinson 

Rogers 

Rcmjue 

Rcse 

Rouse 

Rowe 

Rcwland 

Kubey 

Rucker 

Russell 

Ssbath 

Sanders, Ind. 

Sanders, La. 

Sanders, N. Y. 

Sanford 

Saunders, Va. 

Schall 

Scott, Iowa 

Scott, Mich. 

Scott, Pa. 

Scully 

Sears 

Sells 

Sl.allenberger 

Sherley 

Shouse 

Siegel 

Sims 

Sinnott 

Sisson 

Slayden 

Slemp 

Small 

Smith, Idaho 

Smith. Mich. 

Smith, N. Y. 

Snell 

Snook 

Snyder 

Steagall 

Stedman 

Steele 

Steenerson 

Stephens, Miss. 

Stephens, Nebr. 

Sterling, 111. 

Sterling, Pa. 

Stevenson 

Stiness 

Strong 

Sullivan 



Sumners 

Sweet. 

Swift 

Switzer 

Tague 

Talbott 

Taylor, Ark. 

Taylor, Colo. 

Temple 

Tt mpleton 

The mas 

Thompson 

Tillman 

Tilson 

Timberlake 

Tinkham 

Towner 

Treadway 

Vare 

Yenabl 5 

\- estal 

Vinson 

Volstead 

Waldow 

Walker 

Walsh 

Walton 

Ward 

V Eson 

W atkins 

Walton, Pa. 

Watson, Va. 

Weaver 

Welling 

Welty 

Whaley 

White. Me. 

White, Ohio 

Williams 

Wilson, 111. 

Wilson, La. 

Wilson, Tex. 

W i n go 

Winslow 

Wise 

Wood. Ind. 

Woodyard 

Young, N. Dak. 

Young. Tex. 

Zi lil man 



NAYS. 50 



Alraon 

Bacon 

Britten 

Browne 

Burnett 

C'a ry 

Church 

Connelly, Kans. 

Cooper, Wis. 

Davidson 

Davis 

Decker 

Dill 

Dillon 

Dc mi nick 

Esch 

Frear 

Fuller, 111. 

Haugen 

Hayes 

Hensley 

Hilliard 

Hull, Iowa 

Igoe 

Johnson, S. Dak. 



Keating 
K i n g 
Kinkaid 
Kitchin 
Knuston 
La Follette 
Little 
London 
Lundeen 
McLemore 
Mason 
Nelson 
Randall 
Rankin 
Reavis 
Roberts 
R oden berg- 
Shack leberg 
Sherwood 
Sloan 
Stafford 
Van Dyke 
Voigt 
Wheeler 
Woods, Iowa 



Bleak ley 
( !apsl k-k 
Fields 
Helgesen 
Hill 



NOT VOTING. 9 

Lee, Ga. 

Mock ei 

I '. > W •■! : 

Webb 



'Page Eleven 




INTRODUCTORY 



The first draft contingent from Yates county left Penn Yan for 
Camp Dix, New Jersey, on September 9, 1917. It was composed of five 
Penn Yan young men, all of whom volunteered to go at this time. In 
this contingent was Charles E. Costello, who was the first of our boys 
to die in service. His death occurred in the hospital at Brest, France, 
April 9, 1918, three days after landing there. His body was the first 
to be brought back to Yates county from overseas. It arrived in Penn 
Yan on May 7, 1920, and was given a military burial on May 9th. 

The last contingent from this county left on October 22, 1918, for 
Camp Wheeler, Ga. Six men were in this contingent, and one of these, 
John B. McManus, of Penn Yan, died in camp on October 31, 1918. 

Between the departure of the first and last contingent many more 
were sent to camp and other young men were leaving home to enlist 
in some branch of the service. The people of the county turned out in 
large numbers and escorted each contingent to the train that carried 
the boys away. Flags were flying, a band was playing, and the multi- 
tude was cheering as the trains pulled away from the station, but un- 
derneath this appearance of gayety, hearts were aching The enlisted 
men slipped away quietly, and were in camp before many persons out- 
side of their families and closest friends knew of their leaving. 

When the armistice was signed on November 11, 1918, the pent-up 
feelings of the people burst forth and the event was celebrated with an 
enthusiasm that evidenced great joy. But in the midst of this rejoicing, 
while bells were ringing and whistles were blowing, a telegram from 
the War Department, announcing the death in France of Charlie 
Wheeler, of Penn Yan, was received. 

On July 4, 1919, a great "Welcome Home" was given those who had 
returned from service. A public presentation of medals to all of Yates 
County's participants in the war was held in the Court House Park, 
dinner was served at noon, in a large hall, a program of sports was 
carried out on the Fair Ground in the afternoon, the soldiers were giv- 
en free tickets to the theatres, and the day was brought to a close with 
fireworks and dancing in the evening. 

As a fitting memorial in honor of those from this county taking 
part in this war, it is proposed to erect a hospital at the county seat to 
be known as the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital of Yates 
County. The consummation of this plan has been delayed because of 
the abnormal conditions existing since the war. Pledges totaling 
$150,000 have been secured, a fine cite has been purchased and a tem- 
porary hospital, fully equipped, has been opened pending the erection 
of the memorial. The new building will have a reception room in which 
bronze tablets, containing the names of all who were inducted into 
service from here, will be placed. 








Yaks County Service Medal, 



14 




'Page Twelve 




'Page Thirteen 



OFFICIAL INDUCTIONS 

IN YATES COUNTY UNDER THE SELECTIVE 
SERVICE LAW 



Order 
No. Name 

57 William Finerghty 

117 Charles E. Costello 
122 Perl L. Douglass 

157 Stephen M. Whitman 
187 Thomas F. Carroll 

4 William H. Habber field 

8 Claude Thomas Lee 

19 John Brown 

29 Dudley V. Hayes 

31 Elmer Lionel Cole 

42 William E. Ruddick 

54 Howard 0. Sprague 

63 Harry W. Cleveland 

72 William Rifenberg 

81 Edmund J. Fitzpatrick 

85 Charlie Wheeler 

88 Jens Jacobsen 

94 John H. Bradley 

93 Fred A. World 

106 Harold Harris 

116 James J. Maley 

118 Frederick R. Habberfield 
138 Hubert W. Waters 

141 Joseph A. Corey 

145 Charles Earle Holmes 

158 Charles Baker 
174 Harry S. Lord 

176 William A. Randall 

196 Charles C. Morse 

211 Clifford M. Hamilton 

223 Floyd Smith 

224 Frank E. Sayre 
223 Vernon Young 

227 Leo Herbert Smith 

229 Sinus E. Jorgensen 

245 James S. Kirkpatrick 

263 George D. Rugg 

270 William H Jones 

291 A. H. William Jensen 

302 Edward E. Maybee 

332 Charles A Bishop 

337 Fred Travis 

137 Fred Joseph Lewis 

156 Clayton B. Shepherd 

159 Jesse Frank Duell 
239 Herbert Allen Young 
186 William Fred Eckert 
308 John Augustus Hatch 

88 Robert J. Manchester 

168 Harold G. Bahr 

199 Morris E Hurd 

257 Franklin H. Clark (Col ) 

235 Ernest L. Wood 

273 Henry J. Christensen 

281 George W. Merrick 

315 Nels P. Nielsen 

325 Oscar S. Stark 

348 Charles Klube 

356 Albert C. Knapton, Jr. 

357 Carl F. F. Petersen 

365 Clifford C. Chapman 

366 Walter W. Beckett 
41 George W. Tubbs 

214 Charles C. Gillett 

377 Ray C. Harter 

9 Floyd Melvin Hill 



Serial 


Date 


Date Accept- 


No. 


Reported 


ed at Camp 


513 


9- 9-17 


9-10-17 


440 


9- 9-17 


9-10-17 


841 


9- 9-17 


9-10-17 


93 


9- 9-17 


9-10-17 


642 


9- 9-17 


9-10-17 


1095 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


337 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


784 


9-26-17 


*10-12-17 


507 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


437 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1045 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1103 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


602 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


757 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


298 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


982 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


726 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1114 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


520 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


525 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1132 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


741 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


637 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


488 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


112 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


679 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


406 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


25 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


707 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


738 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1091 


9-23-17 


9-28-17 


470 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


90 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


191 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1187 


9-26-27 


9-28-17 


1172 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


323 


9-26-17 


*10-13-17 


880 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1024 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


713 


9-28-17 


9-28-17 


930 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1051 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


970 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


664 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


1112 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


657 


9-26-17 


9-28-17 


122 


11- 8-17 


11- 9-17 


725 


11- 8-17 


11- 9-17 


9C5 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


1073 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


1101 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


622 


11-21-17 


11-23-17 


983 


11-21-17 


11-28-17 


1173 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


715 


11-21-17 


11-23-17 


287 


11-21-17 


11-28-17 


257 


11-21-17 


*12-26-17 


410 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


400 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


4 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


430 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


328 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


10 


11-21-17 


11-26-17 


1191 


12-27-17 


1-16-18 


1194 


12-27-17 


2- 6-18 


676 


9- 3-18 


9- 7-18 



"Page Fourteen 



Order 
No. Name 

13 Claude Richard Mann 

14 Charles Frederick Allen 
22 David J- Ford 
36 Ralph Goundry 
49 Lee W. Kinyon 
60 James W. Bradley 
66 Herbert R Lathrop 
70 Frank Saville Waddell 
73 Homer Dunn 

102 William Richard Cunningham 

121 Ernest W. Nageldinger 

124 George S. Morse 

126 Ambrose Howard Sheehan 

131 Chris Martinus Poulsen 

134 James Dewitt Lazenby 

142 Clarence Cronk 

143 Amos Bagley 

144 Ben Van Horn 
147 Albert Cleveland Jay 

150 Elwin D. Jones 

151 Frank Ellerlngton 
153 Jay Clarence Decker 

160 David John Anderson 

161 Prtnk Cnarles Rector 
164 Fred Fals 
181 George Warren Mannon 
191 Benjamin H. Cronk 
193 Harry Sprague Hart 
200 Vincent Thomas Poole 
202 Carl Roy Olmstead 
210 Claude Heath Edgerton 
217 Ansel M. Burt 
222a Frank Woodhouse 
225 William Sprague 
235 Willard Heath Kelsey 
240 Leonard E. Leroi 
242 Clarence Hollister Pedley 
248 Thowald Pedersen 
251 Laverne Ernest Perry 

232 Theodore D. Sikaras 

233 George Daniel Rugg, Jr. 

289 Orville Frcnk Stape 
272 Fred Roese 
275 Melville R. Gardner 

290 William Calhoun 
295 Clinton Leroy Hall 
298 Raymond B. Twilliger 
314 Chris Henry Jensen 

319 Arthur Mordecai 

320 Henry Lester Chisholm 
323 Victor Howard Reddington 
323 George Edkin 
330 Herman Joseph Heslund 

341 Emery Potter 

342 George Pepper 

345 Howard J. McFarren 

346 Ernect E. Kessler 
350 Stanley Booth Dennis 

352 John Nick Jensen 

353 William Wright Williams 

360 Parmele Johnson 

361 Carl J. Slutter 
376 John Harold Gilbert 
231 Pearl Underwood Thiers 
386 Fred Burnett Thomas 
394 Raymond Francis McAdams 
400 Milton William Shepard 

402 Dorpheus Sidney Sawyer 

403 John Irving Goodspeed 
413 Clarence Navarre Beard 

415 W. Alexius Markey 

416 Percy Warner Caris 
419 Stewart G. Reed 
423 Edmund Chadwick 
427 Charles Benjamin Cady 
434 Joseph George Magee 

438 Lynn Gerald Blood 

439 Walter James Cole 
442 Arthur Howard Buckle 
447 Willard Stanley Newby 



Serial 


Date 


Date Accept- 


No. 


Reported 


ed at Camp 


564 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


945 


9-25-18 


10- 4-18 


616 


8-29-18 


9- 3-18 


420 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


652 


8-29-18 


9- 3-18 


1099 


9- 3-18 


9- 7-18 


772 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


972 


9- 3-18 


9- 7-18 


986 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


770 


9- 3-18 


9- 7-18 


1022 


8-28-18 


8-31-18 


1032 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


269 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


493 


2-24-18 


2-28-18 


1007 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


704 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


72 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


356 


4- 2-18 


4- 7-18 


128 


2-24-18 


2-28-18 


11 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


900 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1142 


7-30-18 


8- 7-18 


345 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


103 


2-24-18 


2-28-18 


154 


8- 4-18 


8-15-18 


538 


9- 3-18 


9-13-18 


700 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


297 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


368 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


320 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1070 


7-25-18 


8-13-18 


121 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1205 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


312 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1023 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


175 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


278 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


336 


9- 3-18 


9-13-18 


8 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


958 


9- 3-18 


*9-10-18 


323 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


441 


9- 3-18 


*9-10-18 


23 


2-24-18 


3- 7-18 


1108 


8-26-18 


8-29-18 


88 


2-24-18 


2-28-18 


1158 


10- 4-18 


10-11-18 


506 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


1183 


2-24-18 


2-28-18 


169 


10- 4-18 


10-11-18 


436 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1107 


10- 4-18 


10-31-18 


1109 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


807 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


211 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1183 


7-14-18 


7-15-18 


1050 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


1008 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1075 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


750 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


58 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


1180 


7-25-18 


8- 3-18 


208 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


929 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


838 


7-25-18 


9-15-18 


17 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


1058 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


268 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1198 


2-24-18 


2-23-18 


593 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1152 


7-30-18 


8- 7-18 


556 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


581 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


481 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


582 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


499 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


634 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


672 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


949 


2-24-18 


2-26-18 


1048 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


778 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 



Tage Fifteen 



Order 




Serial 


Date 


Date Accept- 


No. 


Name 


No. 


Reported 


ed at Camp 


452 


Howard Bradley Coons 


650 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-1S 


453 


John Herman Sorensen 


838 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


455 


Willard Alexander Clawson 


19 


2-24-18 


2-23-18 


456 


Nicholas Serfine 


352 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


461 


Harry Dewitt Connell 


1178 


5-10-18 


5-12-18 


463 


Harold R. Habberfleld 


416 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


465 


Nelson Charles Reynolds 


609 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


466 


Roy J. Fisher 


613 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


468 


Richard Price 


274 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


474 


Charles Lawrence Gallagher 


734 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


479 


Max Clifford Headley 


342 


4- 1-18 


4- 9-18 


483 


William E Carey 


427 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


1 487 


William John Kelly 


572 


5-10-18 


5-12-18 


498 


William John Tongate, Jr. 


647 


6-16-18 


6-21-18 


501 


Arthur McGhee Barnes 


1159 


8- 4-18 


8-15-18 


507 


John B. Carroll 


938 


9-25-18 


10- 4-18 


508 


William Myer Seism 


209 


9-27-18 


10- 1-18 


511 


Adolph Rovito 


33 


5-10-18 


5-12-18 


513 


Theodore Yost 


954 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


515 


Albert Alexander Moshier 


63 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


520 


Oliver Wendell Norman 


816 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


527 


Melford N. Myer 


762 


8-28-18 


8-29-18 


529 


Christian Neilsen 


1013 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


530 


John North Whitaker 


1043 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


534 


Hixson Amos Knight 


38 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


544 


Robert McFetridge 


1038 


9-4-18 


9- 9-18 


545 


William Bernard Welch 


976 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


554 


Albert Josiah White 


1197 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


561 


George Willis Hoyt, Jr. 


573 


10- 4-18 


10- 8-18 


568 


Axel Mikkelsen 


1025 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


571 


Joseph P. Craugh 


445 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


576 


Leon H. Smith 


1120 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


578 


James Lee Robinson 


702 


8-16-18 


8-18-18 


581 


Francis Peter Reilly 


694 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


582 


Ernest Jacob Smith 


198 


8-19-18 


8-21-18 


583 


Neils John Neilsen 


1013 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


584 


Irving E. Eckert 


799 


10-21-18 


11- 6-18 


587 


Albert Del Rose 


195 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


595 


Bradley Longwell Wheeler 


990 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


601 


Clarence Lowell McPherson 


216 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


602 


Otto Chris Miller 


847 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


603 


Milford Simmons 


302 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


606 


Warner Edgett Bush 


662 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


610 


Burnett David Thomas 


239 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


613 


Walter Phillip Clark 


1145 


3-25-18 


3-27-18 


617 


Orville Ribble 


479 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


620 


John F. Serfine 


481 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


627 


Ross Leighton Gridley 


106 


8- 4-18 


8-15-18 


635 


Floyd Edward Matteson 


238 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


639 


Harry Sutter Klube 


409 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


641 


Arthur Langdon Shutts 


973 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


652 


Nick Cecchini 


983 


4- 2-18 


4- 5-18 


656 


Francis Leroy Flynn 


615 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


663 


Ivor Prosser 


346 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


665 


George Perry Lord 


62 


7-14-18 


7-14-18 


668 


John Tongate 


648 


9-27-18 




670 


Seymour B. Harris 


528 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


671 


Fred Carl Hoagland 


912 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


673 


D. Gordon Conrad 


699 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


676 


James Edward Reilly 


695 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


684 


John Arthur Griffith 


817 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


688 


Henry J. Greenfield 


612 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


692 


George Dunlap Wood, Jr. 


984 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


698 


Wilbur Mills Symonds 


483 


10-21-18 


11- 6-18 


699 


Robert Allen Murray 


84 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


706 


Bernard Michael Hoban 


580 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


707 


Norman Bert Wixon 


351 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


720 


George William Excell 


980 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


722 


William Ward Wheat 


658 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


728 


George Elmer Enos 


879 


8-28-18 


8-29-18 


734 


John Meaker 


914 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


735 


Bennett Henry Jensen 


791 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


746 


Harold Andrew Hutton 


414 


5-24-18 


5-27-18 


747 


Pietro Mangipinto 


763 


5-24-18 


5-27-18 


751 


John Darrell Spencer 


553 


3-11-18 


3-13-18 


753 


Newell Truman Pangburn 


625 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


759 


Francis R. Cougevan 


659 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


756 


Raymond Rugg 


161 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


772 


James F. Butler 


1202 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


775 


Charles Robinson Clark 


405 


10-10-18 


10-14-18 



"Page Sixteen 




Order 
No. 

781 
783 
784 
787 
794 
797 
800 
805 
808 
811 
812 
813 
814 
815 
823 
825 
830 
836 
839 
848 
851 
831 
862 
866 
867 
868 
874 
882 
886 
890 
907 
914 
919 
926 
927 
929 
940 
943 
944 
947 
948 
951 
952 
954 
955 
938 
989 
970 
972 
979 
980 
984 
986 
989 
991 
994 
1005 
1007 
1008 
1013 
1017 
1029 
1032 
1036 
1042 
1053 
1058 
1059 
1060 
1065 
1068 
1071 
1074 
1081 
1091 
1094 
1106 
1109 
1110 
1113 



Name 

Leon Jay Morris 
Carl Christian Nelson 
Howard Leroy Dunton 
Jens Chris Olsen 
Richard F. Craugh 
Fav Lawton Chapman 
John Edward Tears 
Clarence W. Noble 
William Alfred Norris 
Benigno Presno 
Harold Long Weinstein 
John Nelson Jones 
William R. Culver 
Warren R. Spike 
Harry Grant McQuiston 
Fred Osterhout 
Jeremiah E. Carroll 
Philip John Rilling, Jr. 
Sorney Jacob Jacobsen 
Martin H. Butler 
Frank Leslie Sample 
Arthur Fay Olmstead 
Elijah B. Dense 
Carl Oskar Herman Neil sen 
Chris Miller 
William McCreery 
James Hague 
Byron G. Whitbeck 
Harry Hurford Meaker 
Luigi Alesandro M. Battesta 
Leroy Charles Snook 
Henry Larsen 
Charles Mashewske 
Emmett Carlton Crane 
Ross Matthew Conley 
Lewis Cadwell 
Robert Chester Brisbin 
Verne Maxwell Ackerson 
Edward B. Kinsman 
Archie McFdl 
Guy Pierce 
Frank Luppino 
Stanley Kennerson 
James Frank HobaD 
Lewis W. Travis 
Mervin Arlo A. Palmatier 
Emil Pedersen 
William Jacob Barnhart 
Albert Charles McGough 
Domenico Lizzi 
Rufus Garland Thomas 
Paul Joseph Mesde 
Charles Enos Williams 
Homer John Sharpe 
Victor E. Lafler 
Gifford George Hurlburt 
Orla Alva Morgan 
Lawrence Hobart Conley 
William A. Sage 
Cameron Alexander Sharpe 
Hans Pallesen 
Kristian Jensen 
Adelbert Berkley Allen 
Herbert C. Stewart 
Sheridan E. Miller 
William Joseph Shultz 
Ed. B. Smith 
Marion Jewell Sumner 
Clark N. Calhoon 
Jesse A. Brown 
Byron Ketchum Hall 
Edwin Elwood Jacobs 
Mads Vangdrup Kornum 
George Frederick Windnagle 
Clarence Joseph Gannon 
William Saxton Lampman 
Arthur Mearl Gilbert 
Lloyd Raymond Lafler 
Albert E. Lott 
Roy Dwight Williams 



Serial 


Date 


Date Accept- 


No. 


Reported 


ed at Camp 


628 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


823 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


246 


8-26-18 


8-29-18 


768 


5-28-18 


6- 5-18 


1136 


9-11-18 


9-13-18 


756 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


821 


5-28-18 


6- 5-18 


902 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


1030 


8- 7-18 


8-12-18 


79 


8- 1-18 


*9-29-18 


579 


2-11-18 


2-14-18 


740 


8- 7-18 


*8- 9-18 


83 


8-26-18 


8-29-18 


142 


3- 9-18 


4-17-18 


119 


9-11-18 


9-14-18 


901 


5-28-18 


6- 7-18 


645 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


554 


5-28-18 


6- 7-18 


962 


8-28-18 


8-29-18 


87 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


476 


9- 4-18 


9-12-18 


318 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


516 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


279 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


844 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


716 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


413 


7-25-18 


8-30-18 


95 


6-22-18 


6-24-18 


831 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


696 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


489 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


884 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


834 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


779 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


558 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


1162 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


1094 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


687 


7-30-18 


8- 7-18 


186 


8-28-18 


8-29-18 


247 


8-26-18 


8-29-18 


179 


7-25-18 


8-30-18 


922 


8- 7-18 


8- 9-18 


253 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


577 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


732 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


9 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


347 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


70 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


952 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


925 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


173 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


1039 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


60 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


208 


8- 4-18 


8-15-18 


771 


9- 4-18 


*9-10-18 


137 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


387 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


921 


7- 2-18 


7- 5-18 


1182 


8- 9-18 


8-13-18 


197 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


767 


9-11-18 


9-15-18 


1026 




7-28-18 


1056 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


828 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


401 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


276 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


517 


6-19-18 


6-27-18 


1122 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


85 


9- 4-18 


9-10-18 


520 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


688 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


722 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 




10-21-18 


11-20-18 


170 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


535 


7-30-18 


8-14-18 


853 


8- 4-18 


*8-22-18 


917 


6-25-18 


8- 7-18 


47 


4- 8-18 


4-12-18 


936 


6-25-18 


8- 7-18 


125 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 



'Page Seventeen 



Order 
No. Name 

1127 Robert A. Mace 

1140 Archie R. Staples 

1143 John McMinn 

1160 James Hayward Savage 

1163 Hugh Bernard McGovern 

1177 Joseph William Paddock 

1187 Edward Herbert Plotts 

1190 Homer Ames Gilbert 

1192 Claude L. Conrad 

1199 James Russell Brink 

1200 William Arthur Jones 
1202 Bernard Paul Hopkins 
1204 John Graczyk 

909a James H. Snyder 

743a Adrian E. Ovens 



Serial 


Date 


Date Accept- 


No. 


Reported 


ed at Camp 


908 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


752 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


399 


10-15-18 


10-22-18 


256 


5-29-18 


5-29-18 


1080 


4-28-18 


5- 3-18 


118 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


384 


7-25-18 


8- 9-18 


471 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


698 


7-25-18 


8- 7-18 


233 


7-25-18 


8- 8-18 


977 


7-25-18 


8-13-18 


578 


5-25-18 


5-29-18 


611 


5-10-18 


5-12-18 


120S 


5-16-18 


5-28-18 


1210 


5-25-18 


*7- 1-18 



Registrants, June, 1918. 



9 


James A. Christensen 


4 


9- 4-18 


9- 9-18 


12 


Emmett L. Kindelberger 


89 


10-21-18 


11- 6-18 


15 


John E. Sheridan 


45 


10-21-18 


*10-29-18 


21 


Clarence A Spoor 


41 


10-21-18 


11- 6-18 


91 


James H. Wheeler 


50 


10-25-18 


10-25-18 



a 219 
a 243 
a 370 
a 378 
a 410 
a 416 
a 431 
a 501 
a 502 
a 652 
a 710 
a 834 
a 963 
al019 
al038 
al057 
all75 
al371 
al402 
al541 
al558 
al706 
al769 
al798 
al841 
al844 
al856 
al862 
al865 
al879 



Registrants of September 12, 1918. 



Edmund Christie Rosenkrans 
Walter Edmund Moon 
Edward Lauriston Scherer 
John Joseph Meehan 
Eugene Brayman 
Earl Samuel Castner 
Leonard Richard Sanderson 
Milton Hart Fish 
Clyde Benjamin Gelder 
James Gerald Craugh 
Sidney Elliott Ayres 
George Remsen Kinne 
Paul Nelson Shutts 
Angelo James Roche 
Forrest Sabin Burtch 
Claude Myron Bigelow 
Lazear J. Murphy 
James Leveritt Davis 
Marion Melvin Clark 
Chalres Backmer Rutenber 
Vernon Wilson Blodgett 
Owen Charles Hoban 
Roger Eddington Chapman 
James Lewis Stever 
Rodney Clifford Mertz 
Gerald Howard Fisher 
John M. Craugh 
George Dewey Emerson 
Donald McLean Tower 
Arthur James Paddock 



804 


10-18-18 


10-18-18 


276 


10-26-18 


10-31-18 


527 


11- 6-18 


11-11-18 


284 


10- 2-18 


10- 5-18 


1215 


10- 4-18 


10- 4-18 


1147 


10-14-18 


10-14-18 


140 


10- 5-18 


10- 7-18 


1529 


10- 2-18 


10- 2-18 


288 


10-15-18 


10-17-18 


733 


10- 2-18 


10- 5-18 


924 


10-18-18 


10-18-18 


607 


11- 6-18 




1512 


10- 5-18 


10-11-18 


1909 


10- 4-18 


10- 4-18 


617 


10- 2-18 


10- 2-18 


1893 


11-18-18 


11-19-18 


533 


10-15-18 


10-15-18 


199 


10-14-18 


10-14-18 


1351 


10- 2-18 


10- 2-18 


1304 


10- 7-18 


10- 7-18 


171 


10-11-18 


10-11-18 


1701 


10- 5-18 


10- 5-18 


1686 


10-23-18 


11- 4-18 


1635 


10- 5-18 


10- 7-18 


43 


10- 2-18 


10- 2-18 


767 


10- 5-18 


10- 7-18 


741 


10-22-18 


10-22-18 


1411 


10- 1-18 


11- 1-18 


537 


10- 1-18 


10- 1-18 


218 


10- 4-18 


10- 4-18 



Rejected 




'Page Eighteen 



n 



THE ADVISORY BOARD 




(1) Hon. Gilbert II. R:iker (^) Spencer F. Lincoln (3) Hon. James SI. I, own 



c 



'Page Nineteen 



o 



THE DRAFT BOARD 



The local, or Yates County Selective service Draft Board was ap- 
pointed in May, 1917, with Sheriff Milan H. Ayres as chairman, County 
Clerk, Edwin M. Potter, secretary, and Bernard S. Strait, examining 
physician. Dr. Strait resigned July 17, 1917, to enlist as 2d Lieutenant in 
the Medical Corps of the Army. Dr. Fred M. Maloney, of Dundee, was 
appointed as chairman of the physical examination board, with Drs. 
Frank S. Sampson and G. Howard Leader, as assistants. Robert H. Gra- 
ham was made clerk of the Board soon after organization, and omicated 
in the capacity until September 25, 1918, when he resigned. Miss Lena 
Grady was acting clerk of the Board, and later Miss Emma Wilkins was 
appointed chief clerk. Sheriff Ayres resigned from the Board and John 

E. Watkins was appointed chairman on October 28, 1918. 

Acting under orders of the Provost Marshal General's Depart- 
ment, the local Draft Agency distributed registration cards, to be filled 
out by the registrants, to the appointed enrolling clerks of the several 
election districts in the county. After the registration the cards were 
returned to the Board when they were given an order number con- 
secutively as received. A serial number' was also given the cards from 
a drawing of numbers at Washington D. C. The first number drawn 
corresponding to the registration number was the first to be called 
for service. This method was followed until all cards were given a 
serial number. All man were called for physical examination and ser- 
vice according to the serial number. There were 3,245 registrants in 
Yates county, as follows: 

June 5, 1917, ages 21 to 30 years 1207 

June 5, 1918, those who became of age since 

June 5, 1917 108 

August 24, 1918, those who had become of age 

since June 5, 1918 18 

September 12, 1918, ages 30 to 45 years 1919 

Approximately 1800 men have been passed upon physically and 
otherwise by the local board. The District Board, representing the 
Counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben and Yates (upon which board 
Yates county was not represented) reviewed the work of the Local 
Board. Many appeals were made to the District Board from the de- 
cisions of the Local Board, and some of the registrants made appeals 
to the Adjutant General's Department at Albany from the decisions of 
the District Board, and four Presidential appeals were made by regis- 
trants desiring exemption from service. 

The Legal Advisory Board was appointed in May, 1917, and acted' 
in a legal capacity with the Local Draft Board. The work of this board 
was mainly the investigation of cases of insurance, dependencies, 
whether his activities were indispensible — the Board acting in a legal 
way both for the registrant and the government. The Legal Advisory 
Board consisted of County Judge Gilbert H. Baker, chairman; Spencer 

F. Lincoln secretary and Hon. James M. Lown. 

In his final report to the Secretary of War, Provost Marshal Gen- 
eral E. H. Crowder said: 

"The pride, the sorrow, the sacrifice and the patriotism of the Na- 
tion were contained within the records of the local boards. But it was 
more than a matter of sentiment that prompted a scrupulous preser- 
vation of those records. Never in the history of this or any other na- 
tion had a more valuable and comprehensive accumulation of data been 
assembled upon th e physical, economic, industrial, and racial condition 
of a people. It would be of untold value to the physician, the economist, 
the sociologist and the historian for many decades. It was not only 
worthy of preservation, but this generation owed it to posterity that it 
be preserved. You will see that it was a vitally important task properly 
to assemble these records. The task was no less important than it was 
tremendous. Scattered throughout the breadth of the land, lying in the 
offices of the 4,648 local boards, 155 district boards, 1,319 medical ad- 
visory boards, and 52 State headquarters were the records of nearly 
24,000,000 men." 

The statistical report gives the following record for Yates county: 
Total called, 349; total inducted, 354; total accepted, 346; total reject- 
ed, 7. Total rejected, cancellation of draft, 1. 

The Local Draft Board was relieved of its duties March 31, 1919. 



'Page Twenty 



21 




m 



(1) M. H. Ayres 

(2) E. M. Potter 
Ct) P. M. Maloney 
<4> K. H. Graham 

(.">) P. S. S;iiii|>noii 



(«) G. H. Leader 

(7) MisN Piiiimi Wllkins 

(8) John P. Watkins 
<l>) MisN Lena Grady 
(10) It. S. Strait 



'Page Twenty-one 



m 






REGISTRANTS OF JUNE 5, 1917 



AGES 21 TO 30 YEARS. INCLUSIVE 



747 Abel, Walter D., 118 Monell St., Penii Yan 

687 Ackerson, Verne Maxwell, 107 Hamilton St., 
Penn Yan 

1150 Adams, Gordon, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

344 Aguda, Domingo, Middlesex 

806 Albertson, William, 113 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

362 Albertsen, Christian Nelsen, 222 Keuka St., Penn 

Yan 

944 Allen, Stuart Edgett, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

945 Allen, Charles Frederick, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
1056 Allen, Adelbert Berkley, Dundee, R. D. 17 

458 Allen, Glen T., Bellona 

805 Allen, Robert James Henry, 549 Liberty St., 
Penn Yan 

40 Alexander, Robert S., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 
42 Alexander, James P., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

599 Allison, William, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
1059 Amidon, Albert, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

230 Anderson, John, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

363 Andersen, Chris Peter, Himrod, R. D. 15 

364 Andersen, Martin John, 208 Elm St., Penn Yan 
746 Anderson, Roy P., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

345 Anderson, David John, Middlesex 

1000 Andrews, Paul Raymond, 103 Walnut St., Penn 
Yan 

255 Andrews, Prank Ray, Keuka Park 

600 Andrews, Ernest Nelson, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
604 Andrews, Archie Graton, Lakemont 

697 Andrews, Arthur Augustus, Dundee, R. D. 19 

1134 Ansley, A. Ray, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
745 Ames, Fred S., Penn Yan, R D. 2 

456 Amies, Howard Lloyd, 124 Henry St., Dundee 
1066 Armes, Fred Raymond. 124 Henry St., Penn Yan 

684 Armstrong. Charles Arnold, 107 Walnut St., 
Penn Yan 

1073 Bahr, Harold Gerald, 114 Lake St., Penn Yan 

327 Bagley, Robert Henry, Middlesex 
72 Bagley, Amos, Rushville 

450 Bailey, Howard John, 316 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

923 Bailey, Dorsey Adrien, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1040 Baker, George Robert, Dundee, R. D. 17 

1065 Baker, Stanley Albert, Hutton St., Penn Yan 

1168 Bailey, Ray James, Dresden 

1130 Bailey, Andrew, Penn Yan 

679 Baker, Charles, 115 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

670 Baker, Lewis Edwin, 115 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

591 Baker, Edwin, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1147 Ballard, Frank Louis, 210 Head St., Penn Yan 

788 Baldwin, Howard Ranson, Rushville 

804 Baldwin, Alson Edward, 229% Lake St., Penn 
Yan 

1096 Banks, George Edgar, Dundee 

1098 Barber, Willis Edwin, Dundee 

938 Barden, Frank Eben, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

457 Barden, Harold Homer, Gage 
235 Bardeen, Alford Vernie Italy 

120 Barnes, Jay Daniel, Penn Yan R. D. 3 

1159 Barnes, Arthur McGhee. Dresden 

70 Barnhart, William Jacob, Middlesex 

592 Barringer, J. Lew, 105 East Main St.. Penn Yan 
1016 Bartholomew, Ralph M,, Dundee, R. D. 16 

1127 Bartholomew, Allen Percy. 206% Elm Et., Penn 
Yan 

596 Bassage, Hugh Thompson, Dundee 

928 Bates, Willis Phillip, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

57 Battar, Joe, Middlesex 

696 Battista, Luigi Alesandro Mastro, Dundee 

1152 Beard, Clarence Navarre, Dresden 

899 Beard, Charles Adelbert, Dresden 

744 Beard, Fred W., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

538 Beattie, Kenneth C, Penn Yan 

543 Beattie, David Hill. Penn Yan 

1068 Beattie, Leslie F„ Penn Yan 

328 Beckett, Walter William, Middlesex 
444 Beckhorn. Arthur, Himrod, R. D. 15 

1135 Beebe, Vincent, Lake St., Penn Yan 
598 Beers. Edmund Affleck, Glenora 

51 Benedict, Clark L., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

286 Bennett, Dellason W., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

532 Benson, Clarence Malcom, Gage 

315 Bergman, Earl Henry, Middlesex 

226 Bergman, Clarence William, Italy 

41 Bergstresser, Benjamin Harrison, Stanley, R. D. 6 
1009 Bellis, Arthur Jay, Dundee, R. D. 16 

1036 Bellis, Harvey Russell, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1052 Belis, Raymond Cyril, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

595 Berry, Frank Alton, Dundee 

569 Bilson, Walter S., 149 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

930 Bishop, Charles A., Benton 

926 Bishop, Stuart Roy, Penn Yan, R .D. 9 



1154 Bishop, DeForest John, Dresden 

663 Bistolfi, Ugo. 120 Jacob St, Penn Yan 

428 Bjorholm, Nels K, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

59 Blair, Sterling Nathan, Rushville 

66 Blakesley, Walter G., Branchport, R. D. 13 

672 Blood, Lynn Gerald, 127 Benham St, Penn Yan 

1146 Bordwell, Thomas James, Penn Yan, R. D 8 

583 Bowling', Harry, Seneca St., Penn Yan 

433 Bowman, Harry James Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
1114 Bradley, John Henry, Barnes 
1099 Bradley, James W., Barnes 

1128 Brady, Joseph, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
254 Brady, John, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1167 Breech, Sking, Penn Yan 

65 Breed, Ralph, Branchport, R. D. 13 

2S3 Breed. Clarence Leslie, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

748 Briddon. John Albert, 217 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1126 Briggs. Floyd Emory, Himrod 

571 Briggs, Clinton, 109 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

233 Brink, James Russell, Italy 

603 Brink, Bert Nelson, Starkey 

1094 Brisbin, Robert Chester, Dundee 

675 Brooks, John Clinton, 216 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

1015 Broughton, Maxwell, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

235 Brown, Ernest Harold, Keuka Park 

434 Brown, Vernon Huey, Himrod 
520 Brown, Jesse A., Gage 
597 Brown, Herbert Leroy, Dundee 
784 Brown, John, Middlesex, R. D 24 

1125 Brown, Paul L, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1129 Bruner, John H., Penn Yan, R. D 2 
629 Brunskill, Leslie J., 147 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

1034 Buckle, Frank Ernest, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1048 Buckle, Arthur Howard, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1064 Buckle, Thomas. Gage 

1063 Buckle, Charles Edward, Gage 

157 Bucklin, William, Dundee 

1121 Bulkeley, Albert Allen. Dundee 

432 Bullock, Homer, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1074 Bullock, George D., East Main St., Penn Yan 

783 Burg, L. Warren, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

322 Burleigh, Ernest Fauntsleroy, Middlesex 

1166 Burnside, Leonard, Dresden 

570 Burr, Herman N., 345 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

677 Burri, Gottfred, 123 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

803 Burt, Willis Ferris, 348 Main St., Penn Yan 

121 Burt, Ansel M., Penn Yan 

662 Bush, Warner Edgett, 128 Hamilton St., Penn 
Yan 

1137 Buslmell. Tracy John. Penn Yan. R. D. 

87 Butler, Martin, Branchport, R. D. 13 

343 Budiez, John, Middlesex 

1202 Butler, James, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

314" Button, Leon Griffith, Rushville 

326 Button, William Henry, Rushville 

4!){> Cady, Charles Benjamin, Dundee, B. D. 17 

1162 Cadwell, Lewis, 218 Head St., Penn Yan 

1078 Cadwell, William John, Dundee 

857 Calhoon, Ernest. 311 Court St , Penn Yan 

85 Calhoon, Clark N., Branchport, R. D. 13 

86 Calhoon. William, Branchport 
951 Campbell, Lewis David Starkey 

1148 Campbell, Charles H., Penn Yan ,R. D. 8 

539 Carey, Henry Franklin, 107 Monell St., Penn Yan 

1139 Carey, Charles E., 233 Lake St„ Penn Yan 

1117 Carey, Edward J., 120 Monell St., Penn Yan 

427 Carey, William E , 264 Lake St., Penn Yan 

581 Caris, Percy Warner, Lakemont 
782 Caspar, Rock, Middlesex. R D. 24 
527 Carlin, Peter Francis, 106 Hutton St., Penn Yan 
404 Carpenter, Earl Disbrow, Dundee 

642 Carroll, Thomas P., 319 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

643 Carroll, Jeremiah Edward, 319 Jacob St., Penn 

Yan 

986 Carroll, John B , 319 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

856 Carson, Willard Floyd, Maple Ave., Penn Yan 

895 Carson, Jesse Lee, Dresden 

773 Carson, Roy Elliott, Ma.ple Ave., Penn Yan 

329 Carvey, Walter, Middlesex, R. D. 24 

575 Caywood, Willis, Dundee 

988 Cecchini, Nick, 158 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

996 Cecchini, Antonio, 158 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

582 Chadwick, Edmund, Lakemont 
585 Chadwick, Charles Dinturff, Dundee f^ 

50 Chalmers, Emerson L., Branchport 

756 Chapman, Fay Lawton, 511 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

429 Chapman, Harry Adelmer, 424 Liberty St., Penn 

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430 Chapman, Clifford Clair, 424 Liberty St., Penn ll&l 

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894 Chase, Burton Melville, Dresden 

898 Chidsey, William James, Dresden 

8-J0 Chidsey, George Harold, Dresden 

1141 Chidsey, James H., 229 Lake St., Penn Yan 

4,56 Chisholm, Henry Lester, 329 Elm St., Penn Yan 

518 Chr.stensen, Jens Christian, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

541 Christensen, Jens Chris, 125 South Ave., Penn 
Yan 

547 Christensen. Thomas Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

552 Christensen, Jens, Gage, R. D. 10 

1004 Chr.stensen, Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1115 Christensen, Oscar W., 268 Lake St., Penn Yan 
1138 Christensen, Alfred J., 268 Lake St., Penn Yan 
1170 Chr.stensen, Thomas Peter Matthew, Penn Yan, 

R. D 8 

1173 Christensen, Henry John. Penn Yan. R. D. 7 

232 Christensen, John P., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

52 Chrysler, Carl William, Middlesex 

55 Chrysler, Owen James. Middlesex 

1169 Cincotta, Antonio, Main St., Penn Yan 

546 Clark, George William, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

224 Clark, George Orpheus, Italy 

589 Clark, Claude James, Dundee 

1149 Clark, Merrill H., Rushville, R. D, 

1145 Clark, Walter Phillip, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1044 Clark, James Bennett, Jr , Dundee, R. D. 

1116 Clark, Ol.ver R., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
405 Clark, Charles Robinson, Dundee 
622 Clark, Franklin, 83 Cherry St., Penn Yan 
891 Clary, Dennis, Dresden 
943 Clawson, Walter Bradford. Middlesex 

19 Clawson, Willard Alexander, Middlesex 

394 Cleary, Francis Joseph, Dundee 

602 Cleveland, Harry William, 131 Walnut St. 
Yan 

34 Cole, Claude Elmer. Middlesex 

48 Cole, Harry Chesebro, Stanley, R. D. 6 

941 Cole, Fred, Middlesex 

281 Pole, Clinton B ,, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

425 Cole, Richard Wharton, Himrod, R. D. 15 

437 Cole, Elmer Lionel, 403 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
949 Cole, Walter James, Middlesex 

921 Conley, Lawrence Hobart, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

558 Conley, Ross Matthew, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

559 Conley, Earle Wyman. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
605 Conley, Leman O., 163 Main St.. Penn Yan 

431 Colmey. Augustine James, 127 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1067 Conklm, Howard Lester 102 Lake St., Penn Yan 

1176 Connell Harry Dewitt, 328 Head St., Penn Yan 

698 Conrad, Claude L., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 

699 Conrad, D. Gordon, Penn Yan, R. D. 
449 Conway, William Albert, 124 Mam St 
523 Cook. Charles William, 107 Monell St 
500 Coolev. Walter, Dundee. R. D. 16 
889 Coon, Walter Marion, Dresden 

177 Coons, Henry Jason, Italy 

650 Coons, Howard Bradley, 106 Chestnut St., Penn 

333 Comstock, Herbert G., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

332 Coms.ock, Leon E., Penn Yan R. D. 3 

764 Commings, Stephen Van Ransler, 215 Sheppard 

St., Penn Yan 

488 Corey, Joseph A, Dundee, R. D. 17 

1043 Cornell, Claude David, Dundee, R. D. 18 

2 Corrigan, Barney. Middlesex 

440 Ccstello, Charles Edward, 127 Elm St., Penn Yan 

621 Costello. William B., 217 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 

659 Cougevan, Francis 'A., Jacob St., Penn Yan 

651 Cougevan, James Edward, Jacob St., Penn Yan 
443 Covert, Clarence. Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

769 Crane, William Edward, 12 Myrtle Ave., Penn 

Yan 

779 Crane Emmett Carlton, 108 Johnson Ave., Penn 
Yan 

1093 Crans, Harry J.. Dundee 

'■i95 Crans, Leo Edwin, Dundee 

1136 Craugh, Richard F., 122 Keuka St, Penn Yan 

445 Craugh, Joseph P., 139 Elm St., Penn Yan 

435 Crippen. Claud Francis Himrod 

700 Cronk, Benjamin H., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 
704 Cronk, Clarence, Penn Yan R. D. 4 

498 Crosby, George W., Penn Yan R. D. 2 

1003 Crosby, John Howard, Box 47, Wayne 

544 Crosier George Wilkie, 131 South Ave., Penn Yan 

1174 Culver, Arthur T., 212 Head St., Penn Yan 

1175 Culver. Hollis Hyde, 212 Head St., Penn Yan 
83 Culver. William R, Branchport, R. D. 13 

438 Culver, Charles Devale, Himrod 

SSI Cunningham, John Loftus, 140 Walnut St., Penn 

770 Cunningham, William Richard, 113 Sheppard St., 

Penn Yan 

653 Cure, Cecil. Wagener Court, Penn Yan 

1082 Curran, Edwin John, Dundee 

1079 Curtis, Roy George, 67 Main St., Dundee 

0-0 D'Abbraeci, Silvio, 15S Seneca St., Penn Yan 

937 Daggett, Earl Wayne, Rushville 

800 Danes Milford Kelson, 210 Chapel St., Penn Yan 

296 Daniels, Carroll Cronk, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1160 Davidson, William Sidney, Penn Yan 

487 Davis, Fred, Dundee. R .D. 16 

324 Davis, Watkin P., Penn Yan. R. D. 3 

846 Davis, Allen, 154 Jackson St., Penn Yan 

888 Davis, Lee V., Dresden 

1142 Decker, J. Clarence, Penn Yan 

934 Delair, Frank Edward, Midlesex 

935 Delair, John Barney, Middlesex 

967 DeLooze, Emil Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
195 Del Rose Albert. Dresden 



196 Del Rosso, Achille, Dresden 

516 Dense, Elijah B., Water St., Penn Yan 

692 Denning. Nathan Earl, Dundee 

1075 Dennis, Stanley Booth, Dundee 

855 Dewey, Pearl John, 558 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

424 Dewey, Albert Newlove. Himrod 

92 7 Dewick, Floyd Frank. Naples. R. D. 26 

242 Dewick, Burdette Elmer, Italy 

485 Dewitt, Charles Lee, Penn Yan. R. D. 2 

1113 Dewitt, George M., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

49 Dey, Albert Sherman, Stanley 

848 Dietrich, George Raymond, 110 Sheppard St., 

Penn Yan 

339 Di Orio, Rocco, 109 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

39 Dinehart, Charles E., Branchport 

6 Dinehart, Peter M., Branchport. R. D. 13 

950 Disbrow, Elbridge Gano. Dundee 

423 Disbrow, William Harrison, 317 Elm St., Penn 
Yan 

37 Dixon, Albert John, Branchport 

924 Dobbertin, Carl, Rushville 

521 Dobson, Howard Edward, 172 South Ave., Penn 
Yan 

148 Donley, Ralph Estes. Italy 

1111 Doty, Clarence L., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

841 Douglas. Perl R., Jackson St., Penn Yan 
691 Drew, Clarence, Dundee 

lli2 Duell, Jesse F., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 

947 Duffv. Henry Michael, Dundee 

842 Dunkle, Calvin Emery, 504 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
147 Dunn, Robert Drew, Italy 

966 Dunn, Homer, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

259 Dunton, Clarence Bingham, Italy 

246 Dunton, Howard Leroy. Italy 

940 Dunton, Roy Horace, Middlesex 

75 Dusenbery, Ernest Leroy, Rushville 

510 Dybro, Axel, Gage 

619 Dyer, Walter Edward, 173 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

514 Earle, Courtney Griswold, 134 East Main St., 

Penn Yan 

515 Eaves, Earl Peter, 206 Liberty St.. Penn Yan 
946 Ebersole, Raymond, Irwin. Glenora 

799 Eckert, Irving E., Hopkins Place, Penn Yan 

122 Eckert, William Fred, Naples- 

155 Eddy, Charles, Middlesex 

1070 Edgerton, Claude Heath, Rock Stream 

422 Edkin. Ernest Lester, Himrod 

1109 Edkin, George, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

295 Egelston, Walter L., Bluff Point 

74 Eggleston, Clarence, Rushville 

261 Elwell, Oscar Robert, Italy 

149 Elwell, Floyd Charles, Middlesex 
907 Elwell, Milford Adelbert, Middlesex 

151 Elwell, LaVerne Horace, Middlesex 
900 Ellenngton, Frank, Middlesex 

913 Ellick, Carlton Clark, Middlesex 

959 Elling, Fred Otto, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
241 Emerson, Charles Guile, Italy 

150 Emory, Leon Otheniel, Middlesex 
43 Enos, Clarence, Branchport 

879 Enos, George Elmer, Penn Yan 

1190 Enos, Bert Shelden. Dresden 

153 Ester, Frederick Julius, Rushville 

46 Evans, Edwin E.. Jr., Branchport 

960 Excell, George William. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
561 Excell, Ray Edward, Penn Y r an, R. D. 9 

152 Fals, John Lewis, Italy 

lu4 Fals. Fred. Italy 

509 Faulstick, Charles P., Gage 

294 Fear, Frederick Lee, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

798 Fenton. Charles E., 300 Elm St., Penn Yan 

795 Fenton, Lewis William, 326 Elm St., Penn Yan 

594 Flchera, Joseph, 120 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

542 Finch, Ray M., Rock Stream 

513 Finerghty, William, 119 South Ave., Penn Yan 

482 Finnegan, Wililam P., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
5 Fingar, Ernest J., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1143 Fingar, Willis A, Potter 

115S Finger, Clark Kettener, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

613 Fisher, Roy J., 157 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

162 Fisher, Glen Braman, Italy 

617 Fisher, Leon, Gage 

304 Fitzwater, Frank Chapman. Middlesex 

298 FitzPatrick, Edmond, 117 Johnson St., Penn Yan 

1144 Fitzwater, Jay W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

869 Flick, Jesse Theodore, Penn Yan 

483 Florence, Ernest Peter, Dundee, R. D. 

615 Flvnn, Francis Leroy, Penn Yan, R D. 6 
109 Folts, Edwin C , Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

870 Follmer, William Jackson, Penn Yan 

616 Ford, David, Seneca St. Penn Yan 
545 Foster, Bradley Margeson, Dundee 
939 Foster, Charles Robert, Dundee 

163 Fox, Leo Jay, Italy 

827 Fox, Dudley Nelson, 317 Head St.. Penn Yan 

311 Fox, Bramon Evert, Rushville 

421 Frick, Lee William. Himrod 

943 Fulkerson, Harlan. Dundee 

942 Fultz, Ira James, Dundee 

618 Fusaro, Michael, 313 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

734 Gallagher, diaries Lawrence, Gage 

535 Gannon, Clarence Joseph, Dundee 

I |us ( Ja rdner, Mel\ ille II.. r< mi 1 an, I: I >. I 

733 Gardner, William Kingsland, Gage 

560 Gardner, Hiram Albert. Penn Yan. R. D. 9 

305 Gardner, Herbert, Italy 

306 Gage, William Henry, Rushville 




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472 Gasper, Prank Budd, Wayne 

301 Getsinger, Christy, Italy 

1105 Gibbs, Glenn G., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

471 Gilbert, Homer Ames, Dundee, R. D. 16 

929 Gilbert, John Harold, Dundee 

917 Gilbert, Arthur Mearl, Dundee 

933 Gilbert, Melvin Petting-ill, Dundee 

1140 Gillette, Frank W., Rushville, R. D. 22 

1191 Gillette, Charles Clifford, Rushville 

105 Gillette, Aden H., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

815 Gilligan, Vincent James, 205 Sheppard St., Penn 

Yan 

557 Goldsmith, Frank Lee, Penn Yan, R. D. 

593 Goodspeed, John Irving-, 221 Clinton St., Penn 

Yan 

420 Goundry, Ralph, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

469 Grace, Charles Oliver, Dundee, R. D. 16 

508 Grace, Earl LeRoy, 139 Brown St,. Penn Yan 

534 Grace, Leslie, Dundee 

536 Grace, Harold Jay, Dundee 

611 Graczyk, John, 205 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

104 Grady, Bernard Michael, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

586 Grady, James Harvey, 132 Benham St., Penn Yan 

931 Green, Earl Ansel, 9 Stoll St., Dundee 

932 Green, Ward J., 47 Union St., Dundee 
865 Greenfield, Leon Jay, Dresden 

612 Greenfield, Henry J., Jacob St., Penn Yan 

106 Gridley, Ross Leighton, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

817 Griffith, John Arthur, 533 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

826 Griffith, Harold Wilfred, 137 Stark St., Penn Yan 

868 Griffith, William Eastman, Dresden 

1001 Grimes, Roy M., Dundee, R. D. 16 

610 Griswold, Frank, 9 Main St.. Penn Yan 

44 Griswold, Robert L., Branchport 

1102 Groden, John S., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

68 Guillevmo, Martin, Middlesex 

1055 Guinan, Joseph Theodore, 83 Seneca St., Dundee 

1095 Habberfield, William H., 247 Lake St., Penn Yan 

133 Habberfield, William H., Bluff Point 

741 Habberfield. Frederick Ruscomb, 217 Keuka St., 

Penn Yan 

139 Hadsell, Fred Nathan, Middlesex 

138 Hadsell. Clayton Roe, Middlesex 

136 Hadsell, Harry, Middlesex 

413 Hague, James, Elm St., Penn Yan 

682 Haight, George William, Wayne 

69 Haire, Vernon Warner, Branchport 

1156 Hall. Clinton Leroy, Penn Yan, R .D. 1 

1157 Hall, Ernest H., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
674 Hall, George I.. Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1083 Hall, Ray C, Penn Yan, R D. 4 

1089 Hall, Claude C, 116 Monell St., Penn Yan 

688 Hall, Byron Ketchum, Dundee, R. D. 18 

738 Hamilton, Clifford Morgan, 6 Union St., Dundee 

812 Hamilton, Orville, 118 Stark St, Penn Yan 

1165 Hammond. George H., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

245 Hansen, Chris Nelse, Dresden 

418 Hansen, Johanes, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
556 Hansen, Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

724 Hansen, Chris, Gage 

132 Hansen, John Axel, Rushville 

801 Hanson, James Edward Penn Yan, R .D. 6 
909 Harper Doylemarx, Glenora 

1155 Harrington, Harvey William, 302 Hamilton St., 
Penn Yan 

525 Harris, Harold, Dundee 

749 Harris, Edward Alonzo, Dresden 

528 Harris, Seymour B.. Dundee 

673 Harris. Clarence Junior, Dundee, R. D. 17 

793 Harrison, John Wesley Dresden, R. D. 1 

802 Harrison, Franklin Louis, Dresden 
108 Harrison, Fred Allen, Rushville 

131 Harrison, Benjamin Franklin, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

134 Harrison, Allen Nelson, Rushville 
297 Hart, Harry Sprague, Middlesex 

1194 Harter, Ray Cyrus, 308 Main St., Penn Yan 

1192 Harvey. Paul Edward, 11 Myrtle Ave., Penn Yan 

533 Haskell, Fred D, Dundee 

291 Hatch, Earl Elmer. Italy 

725 Hatch, John Augustus, 211 Lake St., Penn Yan 

419 Hatcher, Earl William, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
505 Hathaway, Charles Martin, Barnes 

511 Hathaway, Jesse L, Dundee 

341 Haviland, Harold Ward, Rushville 

507 Hayes, Dudley V., 126 Brown St., Penn Yan 

797 Hazard, Jay S., Himrod 

342 Headlev. Max Clifford, Rushville 

140 Heath, George E., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

911 Hedge, Charles Earnest, Starkey 

999 Heminway, Charles Walter, Dundee, R. D. 16 

12 Hemmenway, Isaac P., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

141 Herrick, Bert Clark, Italy 

101 Herrick, Flag L., Italy 

102 Herrick, Elmer Ross, Italy 

807 Heslund, Herman Joseph, Dresden 

1161 Hey, Ernest H., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

300 Hibbard, Nathaniel Guy, Italy 

668 Hill, Herbert Horton, Dundee, R. D. 17 

676 Hill, Floyd Melvin, Dundee, R. D. 17 

522 Hill, Bert Andrew, Rock Stream 

98 Hilton, Otto Glen, Rushville 

524 Hine, George William, Barnes 

321 Hitchens, Arthur W., 170 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

912 Hoagland, Fred Carl, Starkey 

580 Hoban, Bernard Michael, 208 Elm St., Penn Yan 

739 Hoban, James Leo, 108 Lake St., Penn Yan 

577 Hoban , James Frank, 121 Benham St., Penn Yan 

27 Hoban, William T., 144 Seneca St., Penn Yan 



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408 Hoban, Patrick Bernard, 117 Burns Terrace, 

Penn Yan 

665 Hollenbeck, Leon, Dundee, R. D. 17 

678 Hollenbeck, Charles, Dundee, R D. 17 

112 Holmes, Charles Earl, Rushville 

555 Hoose, Norman James, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1 Hopkins, Ward B., Branchport, R. D. 13 

893 Hopkins. Frew, Head St., Penn Yan 

578 Hopkins, Bernard Paul. 25 Champlain St., Penn 

Yan 

293 Hopkins, Leonard B , Bluff Point 

1193 Horton, Glenn Roy, 106 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

916 Horton, Lewis David, Dundee 

299 Horton, Maynard Nelscn, Italy 

214 Howell, Belden Samuel, Dundee 

681 Howell, Grant Willard, Dundee, 

529 Howell, Walter Ray, Dundee 

573 Hoyt, George Willis, Jr., 109 Clinton St.. 

Yan 

1101 Hurd, Morris E., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

417 Hufford, Ward C, Penn Yan, R D. 2 

796 Hunt. Laverne Jasper, Himrod, R. D. 

18 Hunter, Lewis R., Penn Yan, R. D. 13 

135 Hurlbut, Henry Watson, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

137 Hurlbut, Gifford George, Keuka Park 

414 Hutton, Harold Andrew, 319 Liberty St., Penn 

Yan 

584 Hyland, Richard V, 225 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

1153 Ingram, Oliver C, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

234 lngraham, Howard Raymond Jerusalem 

26 Isaacson, John, Mays Mills, Dresden 

722 Jacobs, Edwin Elwood, 135 Osrle n St., Penn 
Yan 

726 Jacobsen, Jens, Liberty St., Penn Yan 

962 Jacobsen, Sorney Jacob. Penn Yan, R. D 9 

123 Jay, Albert Cleveland, Branchport 

656 Jayne, George Schuyler, Dundee. R. D. 16 

187 Jayne, Charles James, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

903 Jayne, Jesse Edward, Dundee 

904 Jeffery, Joseph Ewart, 32 Seneca St , Dundee 
227 Jennings, Howard Glenn. Keuka Park 

721 Jensen, Larsen Emil, 137 Ogden St., Penn Yan 

854 Jensen, Howard Andrew. Penn Yan 

791 Jensen, Bennett Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 

792 Jensen, Thomas, Penn Van 
794 Jensen, Chris, Himrod, R. D. 
781 Jensen, Neals Chris, Himrod, 
751 Jensen, Charles, Dresden 
750 Jensen, John Nick, Dresden 

886 Jensen, Valdemar, Penn Yan. 

1183 Jensen, Chris Henry, Penn Yan, R. D 9 

1184 Jensen, Carl Bernhard, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
1029 Jensen, Martinus Jul, Gage 
1026 Jensen, Kristian, Gage 
1024 Jensen, Axel Holger William, Gage 
1180 Johnson, Parmele, 326 Main St, Penn Yan 

887 Johnson, Cyrus Sherwood, Penn Yan, Li. D 9 

129 Johnson, Clark David, Italy 

130 Johnson, Thomas Ed-ward. Italy 
981 Johnson, Earl William Dundee 
714 Johnson, Claude B , Bellona 

415 Johnson, Charles Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
407 Johnson Carmen L., 108 Monell St, Penn Yan 
977 Jones, William Arthur, Dundee 
880 Jones, William Henry, Steuben St., 
740 Jones, John Nelson, Himrod 

64 Jones, Elmer Emery, Branchport 

11 Jones, Elwin D., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

730 Jones, Henry Lee, Dundee 

361 Jones. Henry Martin, 116 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

1187 Jorgensen, Sinus Erick, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

723 Jorgensen, Carl Emil Christian, 119 Henry St., 

Penn Yan 

111 Joyce, Albert Edward, Middlesex 

572 Kelly, William John, Walnut St., Penn Yan 

654 Kelly, Jake Darwin, Dundee, R. D. 16 

1023 Kelsey, Willard Heth, Gage 

728 Kendall, Guy E., Dundee 

188 Kenerson, Jay Charles, Penn Yan, R D. 9 

711 Kennedy, Ellis J., Main St., Penn Yan 
36 Kennedy, John Wendal, Middlesex 

178 Kennedy, Edwin Clayton, Italy 

231 Kennedy, Walter, Italy 

258 Kennedy, Claude Riley, Italy 

253 Kennerson, Stanley, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

961 Kenyon, Samuel Wagener, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

652 Kenyon, Lee W., Dundee, R. D. 16 

729 Kertsetter, Oswald Franklin, Dundee 
1008 Kessler, Ernest E , Gage 

885 Ketcham, Edwin John, Penn Yan, ? 3 t . D. I 

1179 Ketchum, Claude Joseph, 319 Head St., Penn Yan 

897 Kindleberger, Ernest C. Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

89 King, Frank E., Branchport 

186 Kinsman, Edward B., Penn Yan, R D. 8 

712 Kinyoun, Ray D., 104 Brown St., Penn Yan 

189 Kirk, Arthur James, Hall, R. D. 1 

1172 Kirkpatrick, James Storey, 315 Court St., Penn 

1177 Kirkpatrick, Alexander. 315 Court St., Penn Yan 

1178 Kirkpatrick, Maxwell, 315 Court St., Penn Yan 
727 Klock, Robert Eugene, Rock Stream 

409 Klube, Harry Suter, 427 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

410 Klube, Charles, 427 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
400 Knapton, Albert Charles, Jr., Himrod, R D. 15 

411 Knapton, Ray Percy, Himrod, R. D. 15 
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1028 Klungle, George. 119 Brown St., Penn Yan 

1006 Kornum, Mads Vrangdrup, 109 Keuka St., Penn 

Yan 

412 Kubli, Godfrey, 26 Maiden Lane, Penn Yan 

1171 Lacy, Oscar Russell, 20r> Head St., Penn Yan 

776 Lafler, Bertie S.. Middlesex. R D. 24 
47 Lafler, Lloyd Raymond, Middlesex 

771 Lafler, Victor E, Rushville, R. D. 22 

919 Larder, Walter, 108 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 
971 Lare, Albert Harry, Dundee 

252 Lambert, Leonard Willington, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

853 Lampman, William Saxon, Dresden 

1053 Larsen, Chris, Bellona 

884 Larsen, Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

772 Lathrop, Herbert R., Middlesex. R. D. 24 
953 LaVerne, Jess Charles, Union St., Dundee 
331 Lazarus, Daniel Eugene, Rushville 

1007 Lazenby, James Dewitt, Gage 

225 Lee, Jay Henry, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

337 Lee, Claude Thomas, Rushville 

862 Legg, William Henderson, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

863 Legg, Ralph Edward, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
220 Leonard, Ephrom Jerome, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 
175 Leroi, Leonard S., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

970 Lewie, Fred Joseph, Glenora 

925 Lizzi, Domenico, 313 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

249 Long, James Parker, Italy 

398 Longcor, Clifford James, Himrod, R. D. 15 
379 Longcor, Leroy, Himrod 

388 Longcor, Earl L., Himrod 

777 Loomis, Glenn H., Rushville 

406 Lord Harry S.. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

62 Lord, George Perry, Bluff Point 

936 Lott, Albert E., 205 Chestnut St., Penn Yan 

896 Louis, Ambro, Middlesex, R. D. z4 

852 Ludlow, Clarence Baldwin, Dresden 

248 Ludlow, George Edward, Penn Yan, R. D. 

359 Luigi, Dalliaro, Seneca St., Penn Yan 

922 Luppino Frank, 111 Jacob St . Penn Yan 

920 Lynch James G., 211 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
965 Lynch, Ralph Edward. Dundee 

1061 Lynch, Enos Austin, 116 East Main St., Penn Yan 

.350 Lynn, Arthur Ernest, Branchport 

116 MacC'abe, Percy Clair, Gage, R. D. 10 

143 MacCalman, Donald James, Lakemont 

164 MacDonald, Leon Glen, Gage, R. D. 10 

993 MacDowell, Harvey P., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1181 MacKercher, Alexander Jr., Starkey 

1058 MeAdaius, Raymond Francis, 130 East Main St. 

601 McCann, Frank Elliott, Dundee, R. D. 16 

31 McConnell, Howard C, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

397 McConnell, Edward Roy, 311 Liberty St„ Penn 

Yan 

716 McCreery, William, Barnes 

222 McDermott, Joseph, Jr.. Keuka Park 

392 McDermott. Fern B., Main St., Penn Yan 

247 McFall. Archie, Italy 

1037 McFarren, Elmer A., Gage 
1050 McFarern, Howard J., Gage 
1035 McFetridge, William John, Gage 

1038 McFetridge, Robert, Gage 

952 McGough, Albert George, 58 Seneca St., Dundee 

1057 McGough, William James, 136 East Main St., 

Penn Yan 

1060 McGovern, Hugh Bernard, 215 Liberty St., Penn 
Yan 

918 McGuire. Bernard Francis. Penn Yan, R.D. 6 

349 McKie, James David, Dresden 

765 McManus. Thomas, Potter 

399 McMinn, John, 160 Main St., Penn Yan 
216 McPherson, Clarence Lowell, Keuka Park 
119 McQuiston, Harry Grant, Dundee, R. D. 16 

908 Mace, Robert A., Penn Yan, R. D. « 

634 Magee, Joseph George, 26 Champlin Ave., Penn 
Yan 

1132 Maley. James Joseph, 327 Main St., Penn Yan 

174 Mallory, Roy Bradley, Glenora 

167 Mallorv, Karl Charles, Penn Yan. R. D. 9 

905 Manchester, Robert, 166 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

564 Mann, Claude Richard, 131 Walnut St., Penn Yan 
910 Mann. Nick. 158 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

588 Mannon, George Warren, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

763 Manzipinto. Peter, Middlesex. R. D. 24 

372 Marble. William Richard, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

845 Mario, Vizcuso, Dresden 

566 Markey, W. Alexius. 102 Walnut St.. Penn Yan 

565 Markey, John M„ 102 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

567 Markey, Leo Edward. 102 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

237 Marsh, Lynn Ogden, Dundee 

168 Marshall. Raymond Garrett, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
590 Martin, Frank Samuel, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

834 Mashewske, Charles, Penn Yan 

1033 Mashewske, Harvey James, Gage 

370 Mason. Harry George, Himrod, R. D. 15 

832 Masteller, James Harrison, Dresden 

562 Mattason, Harry A.. Dundee, R. D. 17 

645 Mattason, Charles, Dundee, <R. D. 17 

238 Matteson, Floyd Edward, Italy 

330 Matthews. George Webber, Rushville 

240 Maurice, Edwin Kirby, Dundee 

403 May, Harry, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

713 Maybee, Edward Eugene, Rock Stream 

568 Meade, Jesse Vincent, 104 Benham St., Penn Yan 

1039 Meade, Paul Joseph, 1?,8 Ogden St., Penn Yan 
831 Meaker, Harry Hurford, Dresden 



833 Meaker. Albert, Dresden 

915 Meaker. Herbert G.. 304 Jacob St, Penn Yan 

914 Meaker, John, 167 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

715 Merick, George William, Dundee 

81 Middlebrook, Nathan Howard, Middlesex 
1025 Mikkelsen, Exel, 109 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

115 Mikkelsen, Jens, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

994 Miles, Walter Plaisted, Dundee, R. D. 16 

251 Millard, George Roberts, Lakemont 

1201 Miller, Claude Harrison, Prattsburgh, R. D. 

708 Miller, Edward George, Dundee 
844 Miller, Chris, Dresden 

847 Miller, Otto Chris, Dresden 

340 Miller, Emmett Almond, Dresden 

401 Miller, Sheridan E.. Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
61 Miller, George, Middlesex 

73 Miller, John, Middlesex 

587 Miller, Harry, Box 127, Dundee 

843 Mills. Harry Alexander, Dresden 

82 Miles, Floyd Stanley, Middlesex 

391 Millspaugh, Lewis Myron, 132 Sheppard St., Penn 
Yan 

1062 Mitchell. Jerome, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

169 Mordecai, Arthur, Bellona 

387 Morgan, Orlo Alva, 324 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

367 Moore, Lloyd William, Himrod, R. D. 15 

215 Moore, Robert Stork, Bluff Point, R. D .11 

146 Moore, Clyde O., Bluff Point 

402 Moore, John B., 271 Lake St., Penn Yan 

1131 Moorehouse, William Henry, 115 Jackson St., 
Penn Yan 

906 Morrow. Dudley, 176 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

1133 Morse, Earl Frank, 515 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1032 Morse, George S., 142 Lake St., Penn Yan 

374 Morse, Herbert William, 113 Johnson St., Penn 

Yan 

145 Morse, Burr, Bluff Point 

707 Morse, Charles Carpenter, 2 Main St., Dundee 

63 Moshier, Albert Alexander, Middlesex, R. D. 

780 Moss, Roy Claude, 417 Main St., Penn Yan 

709 Moss, Royal Ray. 59 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 
99 Mothersell, John Henrv, Middlesex 

80 Mull, Thomas Phillip, Middlesex 

396 Mulvihill, Edward Linus, 146 Main St., Penn Yan 

710 Mundy, Lawrence Ray, Rock Stream 

861 Murdock, James Briggs. Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

307 Murray, Joseph Edward, Middlesex 

84 Murray, Robert Allen, Rushville 

762 Myer, Milford M., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1022 Nageldinger, Ernest "Wilson, Gage 

1018 Neilsen, Neils John. 109 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

166 Neilsen, Christian Peter, Dundee 

1020 Nelson, William, 111 Henry St.. Penn Yan 

823 Nelson, Carl Christian, Dresden 

824 Nelson, Oscar, Dresden 
1164 Nellie, Frank, Penn Yan 

144 Nester, Howard Waltham, Penn Yan 

778 Newby, Willard Stanley, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1014 Newlander, John Alden, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1027 Newlander, George Herman, Penn Yan 

366 Nickerson, Daniel James, Himrod 

365 Nickersen, Harvey, Himrod, R. D. 15 

279 Nielsen, Karl Osker Herman, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

273 Nielsen, Henrv Christian, Gage, R. D. 10 

267 Nielsen, Nels Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

165 Nielsen, Harold Jule, Dundee 

1012 Nielsen, Chris Miller, Bellona 

1013 Nielsen, Christian, Bellona 

502 Nissen. Edward Shultz, 120 Henry St., Penn Yan 

902 Noble, Clarence W., Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

504 Noll, Allen, Commercial St., Penn Yan 

1049 Norris, Joseph C, Dundee 

1030 Norris, William Alfred, Dundee 

1031 Norris, Leon Oscar, 35 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 
628 Norris, Leon Jay, 314 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

989 Norris, Walter Eugene, 306 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

816 Norman, Oliver Wendell, Penn Yan 

236 Northrup, Glenn Earl, Italy 

117 O'Kain, William, «2 Mater St., Dundee 

497 O'Keefe, Jerome J., 135 Brown St., Penn Yan 

901 Oakley, Eugene, Dundee, R. D. 1G 

1072 Ogden, L Gerome, South Ave., Penn Yan 

318 Olmstead, Arthur Fay, Rushville 
320 Olmstead, Carl Ray, Rushville 

123 Olney, Henry Warren, Italy 

124 Olney, Walter V, Italy 

768 Olsen, Jens Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

627 Orsino, Frank, 124 Clinton St.. Penn Yan 

338 Osborn, William B.. Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

901 Osterhout, Fred, 130 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

319 Oswald, Paul Amandus, Penn Yan. R. D .7 

325 Owen, Stephen Tuttle, 125 Cornwell St. Penn Yan 

284 Owen, .Harry, Starkey 

494 Paden, James Alfred, 131 East Main St., Penn 
Yan 

118 Paddock, Joseph William, Italy 
1010 Paddock, Harold McLoud. Dundee 

858 Paddock, Daniel L. Bluff Point 

317 Page, William John, Rushville 

54 Page, Calvin Sylvester, Rushville 

767 Pallesen, Hans, Penn Yan 

486 Pallesen, Ole, 123 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

56 Pallotta, John, 219 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

383 Palmer, Warner W., 210 Liberty St.. Penn Van 

9 Palmatier, Merven Arlo Aaron, 173 Seneca St., 
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496 Palmatier, Ray E., Penn Yan 

625 Pangburn, Newell Truman, j.13 Benham St., Penn 

if an 

71 Pappas, George, Main St., Penn Yan 

264 Parmalee, Clarence Lavine, Penn Yan 

446 Parsons, Alfred Leroy, 56 Steuben St 
1071 Patteson, William S., Penn Yan 

190 Payne, Edgar S., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

851 Payne. Everitt Belden, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

179 Pearce, Guy, Rushville 

378 Peck, Warren Seaver, 121 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

266 Pedersen, Rudolf Emanuel, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

376 Pedersen, Karl Wilhelm, 116 Chapel St., Penn 
Van 

347 Pederson, Emil, Bluff Point 
336 Pederson, Thowald, Bluff Point 

278 Pedley, Clarence Hollister, Lakemont 

1017 Peelle, John Wells Taylor, Rock Stream 

1019 Peelle, Henry Edmund, Rock Stream 

1021 Peelle, Morris Child, Rock Stream 

1163 Pepper, George, Penn Yan 

8 Perry, Levern Ernest, Rushville 

289 Perry, Oliver Henry, Italy 

210 Perry, Samuel Floyd, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 
53 Perry, Claude Botsford, Rushville 

20 Perry, Clifford Levern, Rushville 

633 Perry, Eugene Martin, Dundee, R. D. 16 

1005 Perry, Raymond Arnold, Dundee 

786 Perry, Albert, Dresden, R. D. 1 
761 Pescetelli, Battista, Potter 

703 Petersen, Alfred Konstantine, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

3 Petersen, Charles, 155 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

4 Petersen, Carl P. P., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
1011 Petersen, Morris, Gage 

386 Peterson, Arthur John, 316 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

159 Phalen, Clarence Charles, Middlesex 

160 Phelps, Arden Leroy, Middlesex 

263 Phillips, William Benjamin, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

21 Pike, Roy Charles, Rushville 

29 Pinneo, Harry, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 
859 Pinneo, William, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
892 Pinneo, Augustus C. Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

606 Pitcher, Charles Lyman, Wagener Court, Penn 

Yan 

787 Pitcher, Mandell W., Penn Yan 

492 Platman, Harold G., Gage 

490 Platman, Robert P., Penn Yan 

384 Plotts, Edward Herbert, 2 Main St., Penn Yan 

265 Pool, Ledwith Robert, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

368 Poole, Vincent Thomas', 304 Liberty St., Penn 

Yan 

272 Porter, Stanley Lafayette, Glenora 

385 Porter, Nelson Albert, 306 Keuka St 
280 Porter, John Sherman, Dundee 

1124 Post, Cornelius, Himrod 

211 Potter, Emery, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 
288 Potter, Leon Archie, Italy 

1110 Potter, Charles, Jr., Himrod 

493 Poulsen, Chris Martinus, 111 Henry St., Penn Yan 

607 Powers, Martin Francis, 111 Chestnut St., Penn 

Yan 

448 Powell, Ira Price, 115 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

79 Presno, Benigno, Middlesex 

274 Price, Richard, Dundee 

760 Price, Leroy C, Middlesex, R. D. 24 

447 Price, Allen G., 527 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
346 Prosser, Ivor, Branchport 

348 Prosser, William H., Branchport 

706 Purdy, Clarence A., 336 Elm St., Penn Yan 

632 Putnam, Arthur G., Dundee, R. D. 17 

369 Putnam. Harry Montgomery, 137 Elm St., Penn 

Yan 

626 Putney, Max Cecil, Penn Yan 

9!)S Randall, George Lewis, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

484 Randall, Emmett Vernon, Commercial St., Penn 
Yan 

25 Randall, William A., Branchport, R. D. 13 

28 Randall, Everett B., Branchport, R. D. 13 

277 Randolph, Frank Lowell, Italy 

287 Randolph, Guy E., Italy 

1054 Rapalee, Myron G., Dundee 

503 Rapalee, Mervin John, Dundee 

608 Rapalee, toay William, Dundee, R. D. 17 
156 Rascon, Jose, Middlesex 

334 Razey, Claude Jay, Branchport 

1186 Read, Harold, Richard, Rushville 

1104 Rector, Thomas Jefferson, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1097 Rector, Arthur Frederick, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

103 Rector, Frank Charles, Naples 

1107 Reddington, Victor Howard, Himrod, R. D. 15 

107 Reddout, George F., Rushville 

30 Reed, Roy J., Ill Hamilton St., Penn Yan 

452 Reed, Charles William, 144 Stark St., Penn Yan 

481 !Reed, Stuart G., Gage 

850 Reed, Charles Delroy. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

693 Reilly, William Vincent, 329 Liberty St, Penn 

Yan 

694 Reilly, Francis Peter, 324 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

695 Reilly, James Edward, 324 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
701 Reilly, J. Austin, 324 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
480 Reiners, William H., Gage 

755 Reissig, Fred Edward, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

997 Reynolds, Howard F.. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

785 Reynolds, James Erwin, Dresden 

609 Reynolds, Nelson Charles, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
303 Reynolds, Leon William, Middlesex 

393 Ribble, Earnest, Dresden 

537 Ribble, Harrison L, 123 Waddell St., Penn Yan 

623 Ribble, Roy, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 



540 Ribble, Fred L., 120 Hicks St., Penn Yan 

479 Ribble, Orval. Gage 

1069 Ribble, Charles J., 112 Monell St., Penn Yan 

475 Rice, Jay D , 120 Brown St., Penn Yan 
1106 Rice, Andrew Clinton, Himrod, R. D. 15 

207 Richards, Guy Edgar, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

849 Richmond, Lawrence Jacobus, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

757 Rifenberg, William, Middlesex, R. D. 24 

32 Riley, Charles, Jacob St., Penn Yan 

554 Rilling .Philip, John, Jr., 324 Pacob St., Penn 

Yan 

631 Robbins, Harry Frank, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

753 Robertson, Frank S., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

702 Robinson, James Lee, 110 Elm St., Penn Yan 

705 'Robinson, Ernest Lionel, 402 Liberty St., Penn 
Yan 

23 Roese, Fred, Jacob St., Penn Yan 
158 Rodriguez, Benigno, Middlesex 

439 Rogers. Karl Baker, 114 Clinton St, Penn Yan 

474 Rogers, Benjamin Harrison, 124 East Main St., 

Penn Yan 

212 Rood, Kenneth Lawrence, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

468 Ross, Howard T.. 125 East Main St., Penn Yan 

1203 Rossman, Glenn Earl, Naples, R. D. 

33 Rovito, Adolph, Penn Yan 

1045 Ruddick, William Ensley, Union St., Dundee 

161 Rugg, Raymond, Dundee 

323 Rugg, George Daniel, Jr., Branchport 

335 Runyan, Francis Eugene, Penn Yan 

754 Russell, George M., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1182 Sase, Wiliam A., Rushville 

464 Sample, Lee Richard, Rock Stream 

476 Sample, Frank Leslie, Barnes 

192 Sanderson, Leroy, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

837 Sanderson, S. Joseph, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1185 Santee, Efner Hiram, Rushville 

465 Sargent, Cecil Myron. 138 East Main St., Penn 

Yan 

835 Savage, Murray W., /Rushville, R. D. 22 

256 Savage, James Hayward, Rushville 

1198 Sawyer, Dorpheus Cidney, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
470 Sayre, Frank Easton, Dundee 

1119 Schmoker, Fred Adolph, 228 Liberty St., Penn 

Yan 

353 Schofield. Charles, Dresden, R. D. 1 

77 Schofield, William, Dresden, R. D. 1 

22 Schofield, George, Dresden, R. D. 1 

495 Schoffner, Arnold B., Rock Stream 

871 Schroder, Hiram Hans "?nn Yn.'i, R. D. 9 

290 Schuler, Karl Frederick, Middlesex 

442 Schubert. Hiram Arthur. 308 Main St., Penn Yan 

1199 Schulz, Richard, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

451 Schweickhard, Oza, 229 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

209 Scisua, William Myer, Glenora 

881 Scott, Ray Andrews. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
455 Sebring, William Cole, Dundee 

1086 Sedam, Samuel T., Himrod, R. D. 15 
113 Semans, Howard Hiram, Middlesex 
•±61 Serfine, John F., Penn Yan 

352 Serfine. Nicholas, 160 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

197 Sharpe, Cameron Alexander, Dundee 

208 Sharpe, Homer John, Dundee 

473 Shattuck, Morey Collier, Dundee 

460 Shattuck, Wendell Phillips, 48 Edwina St., 

Dundee 

203 Shaw, Archie Nelson, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

184 Shay. Charles Marion, Italy 

269 Sheehan, Ambrose Howard, Italy 

664 Shepard, Clayton Bigelow, Dundee, R. D. 17 

268 Shepard, Milton William, Italy 

316 Sherwood, James Henderson, Branchport 

1081 Shoemaker, Gerald, Himrod, R. D. 15 

260 Shoemaker, Harry Matern, Rushville 

426 Short, Frank, Care of S. E. Short, Penn Yan 

1123 Short, Sidney Albert, 137 Elm St., Penn Yan 

271 Shults, Casper Marcus, Italy 

275 Shults, Joseph William, Italy 

276 Shults, William Joseph. Italy 

882 Shumaker, Leroy J., Dundee 

973 Shutts, Arthur Langdon, 212 Hamilton SU Penn 

Yan 

958 Sikaras, Theodore Demetrios, 105 Main St., 

Dundee 

829 Silliman, David, 244 Head St., Penn Yan 
194 Simmons, Pearl, Bluff Point 

302 Simmons, Milford, 110 Head St., Penn Yan 

1080 Simmons, Leroy Martin, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

24 Sisson, Clarence, Penn Yan 

512 Sisson, Laverne G., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

644 Skiff, Clayton H., 355 Main St., Penn Yan 

491 Slack, Fred Edwin, Dundee 

811 Slade, Fred Arthur, Penn Yan 

1200 Slater, Arthur Earnest, Penn Yan 

202 Slater, Fred Harold, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

232 Slitor, Guy Thompson, Italy 

1092 Slocum. Russell Thomas, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

206 Slutter, Carl J., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

270 Smith, Floyd, Italy 

243 Smith, John Emory, Rushville 

462 Smith, Milton Harold, 246 East Main St., Penn 

517 Smith, Edd B., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

530 Smith, Ernest W., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

830 Smith, Walter George, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
689 Smith, Herbert Charles, Penn Yan 

199 Smith, Harry W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1118 Smith, Clarence Randall, 323 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1120 Smith, Leon H., 108 Chapel St., Penn Yan 
1077 Smith, John Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1087 Smith, Walter J., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
877 Smith, Ward, Dundee 



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501 Smith, Albert Charles, 37 Hollister St., Dundee 

4/7 Smith, Orville D., Dundee 

204 Smith, William Henry, Dundee 
198 Smith, Earnest, Jacob, Dundee 
191 Smith, Leo Herbert, Dundee 

1088 Smith, Clyde B , Himrod 

467 Smith, James Edward, Bellona 

690 Smith, Ralph Benjamin, Bellona 

193 Smith, Samuel Clifford, Keuka Park 

1091 Smith, Floyd, Himrod 

489 Snook, Leroy Charles, Dundee 

88 Snyder, Frank Benjamin, Middlesex, R. D. 

110 Snyder, James, Rushville 

872 Soles, Charles Henry, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

974 Sorensen, Samuel Christian, Penn Yan. R. D. 8 
836 Sorensen, John Herman, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

478 Sorensen, Charlie. Gage 

100 Soto, Manuel, Middlesex 

459 Southworth, Jack, Dundee 

358 Spears, Frank, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

553 Spencer. John Darrell. 326 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

822 Spencer, George Harold Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

680 Spencer, Herbert, Dundee, R. D. 17 

1076 Spicer, Carroll Marion, Himrod, R. D. 15 

142 Spike, Warren. Middlesex 

114 Spike, Walter Jay, Middlesex 

980 Spooner, Leon Hunt, Penn Yan, 

549 Spoore, William L. G., Jr., 203 

Penn Yan 

355 Sprague, Seth, Dresden, R D. 1 

312 Sprague, William, Branchport 

1103 Sprague, Howard O., 327 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

205 Squires, Edwin Hiram, Bluff Point 

441 Stape, Orville Frank, 553 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

752 Staples, Archie R., Rushville, R. D. 22 

250 Staples, Burton Luther. Rushville 

257 Stark, Oscar Sawyer, Rushville 

809 Stark, Paul Martin, 108 Stark St., Penn Yan 
526 Stevens, Herbert Alfred, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

313 Stever, Louis Wentworth, Branchport 
244 Stewart, Howard Earl, Rushville 
828 Stewart, Herbert C, Rushville, R. D. 
685 Stewart, Kyle, Dundee, R. D. 16 
354 Stiles, Earl. Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1090 St. John. Lewis Jay. Himrod 

262 Stowe, Fred Marlin, Italy 

810 Strait, Bernard Samuel 317 Main St., _ 
808 Stratton, William Harvey, 323 Head St., Penn 

Yan 

292 Strickland, Joseph L.. Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

390 Strong. Guy M., Dresden 

860 Summerbell, Sidney Frank, Lakemont 

1122 Sumner, Marion Jewell. 211 Chapel St., Penn Yan 

975 Surace, James F, 207 Clinton St., Penn Yan 
531 Sutherland, Walter W., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

200 Sutherland, George Fenton, Bluff Point 
655 Svendsen Carl, Liberty St., Penn Yan 

466 Swann, Frank Livingston, 140 Lake St., Penn Yan 

519 Swarthout, Howard, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

671 Swarthout. Lyman, Penn Yan 

201 Sworts. William Carcelous, Jr , Dundee 

463 Symonds. Wilbor Mills, 121 Henry St, Penn Yan 

351 Taylor John Vose, 127 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 

180 Tears, Earnest Thompson, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

819 Tears, George R, Penn Yan. R. D. 9 

821 Tears, John Edward. 300 Head St., Penn Yan 

641 Tears Walter Ney, 325 Head St., Penn Yan 

97 Teirney, Joseph, Dresden, R. D. 1 

866 Templar. Thomas, Starkey 

308 Terpolilli, Harry, 313 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 

357 Thayer, Archibald Marion, Branchport 

7 Thayer, Homer Albert, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

731 Thayer, John F., 149 Brown St., Penn Yan 

838 Thiers, Pearl Underwood, 300 Head St., Penn Yan 

239 Thomas, Burnett David, Rushville 

381 Thomas, Frank Nelson, Dresden 

17 Thomas, Fred Burnett, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

867 Thomas, Harry Albert, Starkey 

15 Thomas, Lee James, Penn Yan, R. D. A 

173 Thomas, Rufus Garland, Rushville 

229 Thomsen, Axel, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

979 Thomson, Kent Chester Himrod, R, D. 

736 Thompson, Albert T., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
13 Thompson. Alfred B., Penn Yan, R. D. 

883 Thompson. Frank. Penn Yan, R, 1). o 

825 Tinney, William H., Potter 

737 Titus, Glen A., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
649 Todd, Stanley B., Dundee, R. D. 18 
453 Todd, William Marshall, Dundee 

820 Tomes, Elmer, Middlesex, R. D. 24 
669 Tomion, Clarence W., Gage 

683 Tomion, Claude, Gage 

646 Tongate, John, 126 Brown St., Penn Yan 

647 Tongate, William John, Jr., 126 Brown St., Penn 

Yan 

183 Tooley, Israel James, Italy 

382 Townsend, Griffin B., Dresden 
389 Townsend, Ray Castner, Dresden 

1100 Tracy, Morris, 164 Main St., Penn Yan 

875 Trank, William Enos, Dundee 

1051 Travis. Fred, 123 Lake St.. Penn Yan 

228 Travis, Gilbert H., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

969 Travis, Jay Martin, Himrod, R. D. 15 

732 Travis, Lewis W., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
873 Trenchard, Robie Carter. Dundee 

648 Tripode, Amodeo, 128 Dake St, Penn Yan 
76 Truox, Frank, Jr., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

840 Truax. Glenn E., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

181 Truesdell, James Pedrick. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 



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10 Tubbs. George William. Branchport 

172 Tully, Michael John, Rushville 

667 Turner, Howard M., Gage 

638 Turner, James Dinehart ,570 Liberty St., Penn 
Yan 

14 Tuthill, Bradley S.. Branchport 

839 Tuttle, Fred Emerson, Penn Yan. R. D. 1 

360 Tuttle, Bert. Branchport 

506 Twiliger. Raymond B., 116 Brown St., Penn Yan 

127 Twitchell, George Washington. Rushville 

16 Tyler, Charles Watkins, Branchport 

309 Tymeson, Matthias, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1047 Itting, William Searlett, 135 Brown St., Penn 
Y a n 

Valentine, Georjje A., 427 Main St., Penn Yan 

Van Horn, Ben. Branchport 

Van Orden, Delos Henry, Gage, R. D. 10 

Van Scoy, Stanley Frank, Gage, R. D. 10 

Vaughn, Oscar, Dundee 

Vaughn, Ray Clark, Dundee, R. D. 16 

Vellano. Paul, Potter 

Velazquez, Antonio, Middlesex 

Vickery, Lewis Cleveland. Dresden 

Voak, Clayson W., Penn Yan, R .D. 9 

Voak, Stanley Roswell, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Voak, Earl Benson, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Vrooman, Edward L., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Waddell, Frank Saville 22<i East Main St. Penn 
Yan 

Wall, Jeremiah, Gage 

Walker, Raymond Charles, 106 Chapel St., Penn 

Yan 
Wallace, Elias F., 118 East Main St., Penn Yan 
Walrath, Walter, Bluff foint, R. D. 11 
Walton, Frank, Union St., Dundee 
Walters, Charles Henry, 127 West Water St., 

Painted Post 
Wandell, Thomas Fenton, Gage, R. D. 10 
Ward, Job Milton, Penn Yan 
Warner, Oliver. L„ Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Waters, George Wellington, Dudnee 
Waters, George Glenn, 138 Main St., Penn Yan 
Waters, Hubert, William, Dundee, R. D. 17 
Watkins. James Stuart, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
Watkins, Arthur William, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 
Weeks, Harry Elwood, Dundee 

Weinscein, Harold Long, 24 Hollister St.. Dundee 
Welch, William Bernard, 144 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
Wells. Leslie Earl, 354 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
Wheat. Paul Cole, Lakemont 
Wheat, William Ward, Rock Stream 
Wheaton, Arlie E.. Bluff Point 
Wheeler, Adam Hunt, Penn Yan 
Wheeler, Bradley Longwell, Maple Ave., Penn 



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Case Harold, Dundee 
Charlie, 211 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
Floyd Albert. Dundee, R. D. 17 
Wheeler, Frank Glenn, Maple Ave., Penn Yan 
Wheeler, Horace Brown, Head St., Penn Yan 
Wheeler, Leon Ray, 112 Chestnut St.. Penn Yan 
Wheeler, Leonard James, Penn Yan, R ,D. 8 
Wheeler, Merlyn Homer, Dundee, R. D. 19 
Whitaker, Floyd, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
Whitaker, Harold Firman, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
Whitaker, John North, 104 Lake St., Penn Yan 
Whitaker, Stephen Beers, Penn Yan 
Whitbeck, Byron G., 142 Walnut St., Penn Yan 
Whitbeck, Charles Edmond, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
White, Albert Josiah. Dundee 
White, Clay Porter, Dundee, R. D. 16 
Whitehead, Clarence Edgar, 115 Chapel St., Penn 

Yan 
Whitman, Stephen M., 229 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
Whomsley, Harry, Middlesex 
Wickum, Charles Edwin, Middlesex 
Wilcox, Gordon S., 124 Brown St., Penn Yan 
Wilkins, Brune Herman Adolf, Starkey 
Wilkins, Charles Augustus, 113 Stark St., Penn 

Yan 
Williams, Charles Enos, Middlesex 
Williams. Erwin C. Rushville, R. D. 22 
Williams, Frank Henry, Penn Yan. R. D. 9 
Williams, George Emmette. Middlesex 
Williams, Oliver Spencer. Rushville 
Williams, Roy Dwight, Middlesex 
Williams, William Warren, 314 Court St., Penn 

Yan 
Williams, William Wright, Middlesex 
Williamson, James Patrick, 259 Lake St.. Penn 

Willis, Charles Egbert, 200 Clinton St., Penn Yan 
Wilson, Albert Lome, Himrod, R. D. 15 
Wilson, Fred Oliver, Penn Yan. R .D. 8 
Wilson, James Earl, Penn Yan R. D. 6 
Wilson, Percv Charles, Himrod, R. D. 15 
Willoughbv. Floyd Eugene, 105 Ogden St., Penn 

Yan 
Windnagle, George Frederick, Rushville 
Winship, Dexter. Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
Wixon, Norman Bert, Branchport 
Wixson, Jay Merring, Wayne 
Wixson. Roscoe French. Lakemont 
Wood, Burr. Middlesex, R. D. 24 ,__.,, 

Wood. George Dunlap, Jr., 122 Jacob St.. Penn 

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963 Wood, Ernest Leon, Himrod 

375 Wood, Howard Gelder, Dresden 

373 Wood, Victor James, Dresden 

759 Woodruff, C. Ray, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

550 World, Fred Andrew, 165 Main St., Penn Yan 

614 Wren, Fred, 557 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

630 Wren, George, 118 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

717 Wren, Cyril, Penn Yan. R. D. 4 

957 Wright, Everitt Philetus, 228 East. Main St., 

Penn Yan 

371 Wright, Percy Francis, Penn Yan 

774 Wyman, Edward A., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 



789 Wyman, Emory Kelsy, 419 Main St., Penn Yan 

954 Yost, Theodore, Himrod, R. D. 15 

92 Yost, Joseph James, 107 Cherry St., Penn Yan 

657 Young, Herbert A., Gage 

90 Young, Vernon, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

964 Yonge, Arthur Charles, 121 Hamilton St., Penn 
Yan 

91 Youngs, Bradley, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1002 Zwolinski, Frank Lawrence, 327 Main St., Penn 



416 
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Habberfleld, Harold R., 247 Lake St., Penn Yan 
Ingram, George B., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 



735 Jackson, Lee Force, Glenora 

185 Kelly, Edward Theodore, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 



STATISTICAL 



Sheriff Milon H. Ayres, chairman of the Local Se- 
lective Draft Board, designated the following chair- 
men of the enrolling boards for each election district 
in the county to take the Federal enrollment, who 
where authorized to appoint as many assistants as 
were necessary, and all served without pay: 

Barrington George Crosby 

Benton, 1 Thomas Baxter 

Benton 2 Charles S. Butcher 

Benton 3 Lars C. Anderson 

Italy Frank Thompson 

Middlesex L. Case Williams 

Milo 1 John H. Stark 

Milo 2 George H. Simmons 

Milo 3 A. E. Chapman 

Milo 4 Emmett J. Gano 

Milo 5 Edward B. Sutherland 

Milo 6 Glenn L. Owen 

Milo 7 Marvin L. Spooner 

Potter 1 Frank Reynolds 

Potter 2 Roy Hobart 

Starkey 1 Edwin Bellis 

Starkey 2 George Brown 

Torrey William Ryal 



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Barrington 67 

Benton, 1 68 

Benton, 2 50 

Benton, 3 44 

Italy 52 

Jerusalem, 1 58 

Jerusalem, 2 32 

Jerusalem, 3 25 

Middlesex 84 

Milo, 1 64 

Milo, 2 58 

Milo, 3 53 

Milo. 4 76 

Milo, 5 63 

Milo, 6 62 

Milo. 7 57 

Potter, 1 38 

Potter, 2 42 

Starkey, 1 72 

Starkey, 2 80 

Torrey 60 

Total 1207 





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REGISTRANTS OF JUNE 5, 1918 



THOSE BECOMING OF AGE SINCE JUNE 5. 1917 



70 Alexander, Harry, Jr., Penn Yan, R. D. O 

73 Allison, J. Mead, 124 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

72 Bailey, Forrest, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

69 Baker, Howard Frank, Dundee, R. D. 3 

82 Baker, McKinley Arthur, 115 Clinton St., Penn 
Yan 

74 Barber, Fred Scott, Dundee, R. D. 4 

47 Bassage, Elmer Frank, 5 Pleasant Ave., Penn 

Yan 

49 Becker, Grover Cinclair, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

81 Bell, Nathaniel Harrison, Branchport, R. D. 12 

90 Bowersox, Samuel Everitt, Branchport, R. D. 1 

77 Brown. Merrill Richard, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

53 Burk, Charles Arthur, Branchport, R. D. 

87 Burns, Stanley Livingston, Penn Yan 

84 Button, Leslie James, Rushville, R. D. 1 

20 Carr, Leon Eugene, 123 Lake St., Penn Yan 

76 Chambers, Roy J., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 



4 Christensen, James Andrew, 104 Keuka St., Penn 

Yan 

97 Christensen, Louis Andrew, 124 Walnut St, Penn 
Yan 

13 Clayton, John Seeley, 306 Head St., Penn Yan 
3 Close Arthur Ector, Dundee 

9 Cole, Joshua Kenneth, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

21 Conley, Jerome Andrew, Middlesex, R. D. 24 

7 Conklin, David, Bluff Point 

19 Cooper, Roy Eugene, Rushville, R. D. 

6 Corey, Ross Wilson, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

5 Cornish, John Dewitt, 148 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

14 Cornish, Olon Earl, Dundee, R. D. 1 

8 Cragg, Paul Archer, Branchport, R. D. 14 

10 Danes, Ralph, 312 Head St., Penn Yan 

35 Davis, Chris Clover, 79 Henry St., Dundee 

11 Dibble, Glenn Everitt, Dundee, R. D. 1 

39 Duval, William Henry, 413 Main St., Penn Yan 



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34 Eekert, Henry Samuel, Naples, R. D. 26 

71 Falconer, Floyd Edward, 137 Seneca St., Penn 

Yan 

33 Fisher, Lester Alva, Naples, R. D. 27 

66 Fitzwater, Leigh Jay, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

75 French, Wilbur, Rushville, R. D. 6 

60 Fullagar, Roger Benjamin, Penn Yan. R. D. 2 

78 Gajye, Orrin John, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

88 Gage, Earl, Rushville, R. D. 22 

2 Gates, Richard Clark, Dresden, R. D. 

91 Gardner, Leo, Middlesex, R. D. 25 
80 Gelder, Leon Henry, Middlesex 

42 Hunter, Charles Turner, Branehnort, R. D, 14 

78 Hanson, John Olfe, Penn Yan. R. D 1 

18 Hayes, Fred Cowell, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

16 Hendrick, Charles Clarence, Dundee, R. D. 3 
1 Herrick, Leon Deroy, Middlesex, R. D. 1 

96 Hill, Floren Tuttle, Glenora 

15 Horton, Elmer Ernest, 204 Lake St., Penn Yan 

17 Humphreys, Harland Sellon, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

83 Jensen, Carl Gilbert, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

52 Jensen, Albert Ludwig, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

22 Jensem Emil G., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

40 Jones, Elwin Ansel, 43 Henry St., Dundee 

85 Keeeh, Guy, Bramhport, R. D. 14 

44 Ladew, Clifford Arthur, Middlesex. R. D. 2 

98 Koons, Oscar, Rock Stream 

92 Kunkle, Fred Edward, Middlesex 

44 Ladew, Clifford, Arthur, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

85 Lafler, Henry Hirleman, Penn Yan, R. D. 8. 

25 Lalli, Antonio, 111 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

94 Larson, H. H. Oliver, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

30 Lawton, Franklin Angel, Middlesex, R. D. 

'61 Lounsoery, Dean Elwood, Potter 

24 Matteson, Louis Rs»y, Bran-hnort, R. D. 

64 Matteson, George Joseph, Potter 



63 McDowell, Martin John, Dundee, R. D. 4 

65 McManus. John Bernard, 161 Cornwell St., Penn 
Yan 

50 IVng'eldiiiprer, Louis Philip, Gajre 

67 Newby, Oliver Livingston, Penn Yan. R. D. 7 
99 Newell, Cecil L. Brown. Middlesex, R. D. 2 

23 Northrup, Forrest William, 172 Seneca St., Penn 
Yan 

55 Ovens, Henry John, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

55 Ovens, Henry John, Penn Yan, .R. D. 2 

58 Paddoek, Frank Andrew, 24 Edwina St., Dundee 

61 Perry, Marion Wixon, Himrod 

1(10 Riee, William, Bellonn 

36 Robinson. William Carl, Rushville, R. D. 1 

59 Rogers, Lawson Thomas, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
29 Rose, Ernest Leonard, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

26 Ross, John Ansyl, 310 Court St., Penn Yan 

31 Rugar, Harry Lewis, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

45 Sheridan, John Edward, 140 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

43 Shultz, George Adrin, Himrod 

27 Sisson, Edward Albert, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

32 Slack, George Arthur, iRushville, R. D. 22 
38 Spink, George Boone, Dundee, R. D. 3 

41 Spoor .Clarence Alonzo, Himrod 

48 Stryker, Henry Ward. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

101 Suracci, Frank, 111 Cherry St., Penn Yan 

68 Thomas, Oliver Milford, Rushville 

62 Thompson, William Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

51 Tlmmerman, David Jonas, Branchport, R. D. 12 

54 Townley, Lyman William, Dundee, R. D. 4 

12 "Webster, William Riley, Naples, R. D. 27 

50 Wheeler, James Harvey, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

46 Whitaker, George Harlo. 104 Lake St., Penn Yan 

28 White, William Peter, Naples, R. D. 26 
57 Willson, Charles Curtin, Gage 

86 Wood ,Roy Elzie, Himrod, R. D. 15 

83 Wright, Valentine Wm. M., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 



REGISTRANTS OF AUGUST 24. 1918 



THOSE BECOMING OF AGE SINCE JUNE 5. 1918 



Carroll, Ralph Powers, Rushville, R. D. 22 
Clark, Marion LeRoy, Prattsburgh, R. D. 4 
Elwell, Salem Roscoe, Naples, R. D. 26 
Franks, Lawrence Raymond, Dresden (Col.) 
French, Charles Emmett Rushville R. D. 22 
Gibson, Stanley Robert, Dundee, R. D. 1 
Hall, Walter, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 
Jensen, Jens Andrew, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
Kipp, Charles Joshua, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 



Olmstead. Milford George, Rushville 

Pineo, Charles R , Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Pruden, Clifton Clifford, Himrod, R. D. 

Purdy, Howard Warren, Keuka Park 

Rhodes, Russell Henderson, Penn Yan, 

Snyder, Howard, Naples, R. D. 7 

Sturm, Charles Robert, Rushville, R. D. 

Walbridge, Frank Hildreth, 149 Water St.. Penn Yan 

Wayand. Michael Alvah, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 



R. D. 9 



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REGISTRATION BY TOWNS 

June 5, 1918 August 24, 191S 

Barrington 8 

Benton 16 1 

Italy 7 3 

Jerusalem 15 

Middlesex 9 1 

Milo 22 2 

Potter 9 5 

Starkey 9 

Torrey 6 



Total Registration 



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REGISTRANTS OF SEPTEMBER 12, 1918 

1919 REGISTRANTS. AGES 18 TO 45 YEARS. INCLUSIVE. 
NOT PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED 



40,8 Ackerman, Clarence, 121 Keuka St., Penn Van 

754 Ackerson, Ray, Dundee, R. D. 4 

1662 Aekley, Prank C, Penn Yan 

25 Adam, Eustace E., Stanley, R. D. 6 
143 Adam, Henry P., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1217 Adam, William S., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1750 Adams, David B., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1398 Adams, Lovelle A., Middlesex 

26 Alexander, Gilbert T., 114 Keuka St., Penn Yan 
773 Alexander, Raymond, Penn Yan 

930 Alexander, William G., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1157 Algar, Newell J., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1075 Allen, Arnold H., Rock Stream 

89 Allen, Charles J., Rushville 

1539 Allen, Edward R., Dundee, R. D. 1 

1255 Allen, Fred D., Dundee, R. D. 1 

270 Allen, Frank, Rushville 

342 Allen, Harry P., 109 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

1874 Allen, Olin J., Hall, R. D. 1 

1280 Almy, George M., 413 Main St., Penn Yan 

1269 Ames, Richard J., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1311 Anable, Charles B., Naples, R. D. 26 

1279 Anable, Collins. Naples, R. D. 26 

1022 Anable, Edward H., Naples, R. D. 26 

894 Angus, Charles, Dresden 

1589 Angus, George W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1639 Anderson, Carl. Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1010 Andersen, Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1011 Andersen, Ferdenand A., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
991 Andersen, Frederick, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
687 Andersen, Hans. Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

1363 Andersen, Johannes A., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1822 Andersen, Lars C, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

993 Andersen, Lauits A., Penn Yan 

205 Anderson, Coley A., 1 Seneca St., Dundee 

1476 Anderson. Duane H., Bellona 

1896 Anderson, Harry W., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

1532 Anderson, John, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

41 Anderson, William N., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

108 Andrews, Charles T., 208 Main St., Penn Yan 

726 Andrews, Clarence R., 135 Elm St., Penn Yan 

910 Andrews, Edwin C, Himrod, R. D. 15 

532 Andrews, Floyd S., 18 Union St , Dundee 

670 Andrews, Fred R., 231 Lake St., Penn Yan 

951 Andrews, John F., Branchport, R. D. 2 

1334 Andrews, Leon, Naples, R. D. 26 

1705 Andrews, Leon B., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1740 Andrews, Otto J., Dundee, R. D. 4 

432 Andrus, Charles H., 121 Stark St., 

268 Angell, Frank H., Rushville 

355 Ansley, Byron H., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

672 Ansley, Charles E., Branchport, R. D. 

948 Ansley, James L., Bellona 

1815 Ansley, John A., Himrod, R. D. 15 

751 Ansley, Merritt E., Rushville 

525 Ansley, Nelson C, 214 Elm St., Penn Yan 

354 Armstrong, Clark F., Branchport, R. D. 2 

738 Armstrong, George W., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1907 Armtsrong, LeRoy, 525 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

121 Armstrong, 'Robert S, 117 Brown St., Penn Yan 

1144 Armstrong, Stuart L., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

344 Armstrong, William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

358 Arnett, Charles A., Himrod, R. D. 15 

1127 Arnold, John D., 203 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

499 Athawes, George, Jr., Bluff Point 

1416 Athawes, William M., Jr., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1565 Aumick, Benjamin H., Branchport 

805 Austin, William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

337 Axelsen, Chris M., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1211 Ayers, Carl M., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

924 Ayres, Sidney E., 600 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

351 Babeoek, Leman C, Prattsburnh, R. D. 4 

987 Babcock, Melvin C, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1673 Babcock, Sumner H., Wagener Court, Penn Yan 

1468 Bagley, John W., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1710 Bailey, Clarence E., Penn Yan 

1399 Bailey, Claude, Dundee, R. D. 1 

190 Bailey, Delos E., Dundee. R. D. 1 

1634 Bailey, William E., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

330 Baker, Dennie H., Dundee, R. D. 3 

496 Baker, George K., Dundee, R. D. 3 

1647 Baker, Guy W., 17 Spring St., Dundee 

740 Baker, Theron M., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1787 Baker, Tippett S., Rushville 

104 Baker, William J., Wagener Court, Penn Yan 

1281 Baker, William S., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1239 Baldwin, Ned E., Lakemont, N. Y. 

136 Baldwin, Willey E., Lakemont 

1077 Ballard, Edward L., Dundee, R. D. 3 



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14 



160 Ballard, Hiram C, 420 Main St., Penn Yan 

1844 Barber, Frank L., Dresden 

941 Bardeen, Clarence B., Himrod, R. D. 15 

714 Bardeen, Emmett, Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1331 Bardeen, Elva L., Naples, R. D. 7 

1308 Bardeen, Frank G, Naples, R. D 7 

592 Barden, George L., 218 Main St., Penn Yan 

795 Bardeen .Lewis H., Himrod, R. D. 15 

757 Barker, Emmett S., Rushville 

1553 Barker, Leon A., Branchport 

107 Barnes, Amos J., Dresden 

744 Barnes, Clinton B., Bellona 

386 Barnes, Edgar H., Bellona 

1458 Barnes, Frank J., Dresden 

1513 Barnes, Franklin A., Bellona 

749 Barnes, Robert A., Rushville 

585 Barone, Joseph C, 210 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

348 Barrett, Orlo F.. Branchport, R. D. 1 

1515 Barry, William T., Elm St., Penn Yan 

896 Bartholomew, Nevin D., 217 Main St., Penn Yan 

1247 Bassage, Clarence H., 5 Pleasant Ave., Penn Yan 

713 Bassage, G. Emmett, 343 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1108 Bassage, Morris E., 113 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 
1113 Bates, Albert D., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1293 Beach, Herbert Bradley, 206 Chapel St., Penn Yan 

1371 Beach, Merrill A., 128 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

346 Beardslee, Albert T., 148 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

1160 Beard, Earl E., Middlesex 

1050 Beard. Glenn F., Hall, R. D. 1 

1517 Beauchamp, Arthur J., 105 Johnson Ave., Penn 
Yan 

850 Beebe. William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

791 Bell, Clarence, Lakemont 

665 Bell, Clinton, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

598 Bell, Frank, Dundee, R. D. 3 

798 Bell, John N., Branchport, R. D. 1 

134 Bell, J. Allen, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

55 Bellis, Delos A., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

546 Bellis, Jerome, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

574 Bellis, Stacy M., Middlesex 

1234 Benedict, Charles E., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1184 Benedict, Charles H., Potter 

1435 Benedict, Fern, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1212 Benedict, Glenn C, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
1813 Benedict, Guy, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

20 Bennett, Alfred J.. Middlesex 

1485 Bennett, Clay, Bluff Point 

1058 Bennett, Floyd E., 89 Hollister St., Dundee 

1650 Bennett, George E., 89 Hollister St., Dundee 

476 Bennett, Harry A., Union St.. Dundee (Colored) 

460 Bennett, Scott S., Middlesex 

399 Bennett, William H., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1159 Bergstresser, John A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

379 Berryman, D. Arthur, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

28 Best, Clarence H., Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1242 Best Claud L., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1618 Best, Fred, Naples, R. D. 26 

76 Best, Fred, Dundee, R. D. 4 

1029 Beyea, Eugene, Union St., Dundee 

1093 Beyea, Hobart M., Dundee 

869 Beyea, Orville, Dundee 

1213 Beyea, Perry A., 183 Seneca St., Penn Yan 
1893 Bigelow. Claude M., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
1558 Bingaman, Armon H., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

262 Bingham, Edgar M., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

274 Bingham, Joseph I., Lakemont 

1109 Binkley, Charles D , Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
1457 Birkett, Claude H, 331 Main St., Penn Yan 

848 Birmingham, John E , 147 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

1422 Bishop, Guy M., Dresden 

1732 Bishop, John T., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1744 Bishop, Rolla P., Bluff Point 

683 Blake. Charles A., Himrod 

1778 Blakesley, Homer F., Branchport, R. D. 2 

1078 Blakeslee. Llewellyn B., 110 Monell St., Penn Yan 

319 Blakney, John H., Rushville 

1510 Blauvelt, Dewitt L., Ill Chestnut St., Penn Yan 

720 Blodgett, Harry R., Himrod, R. D. 15 

1225 Blodgett, Rufus M., Rushville, R. D. 2 

171 Blodgett, Vernon W., Rushville 

1432 Blood, Roy F., 109 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

1417 Bloss. George W., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1680 Bly. Francis J., 108 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

1166 Boardman, Warern M., Himrod, R. D. 1 

1173 Boehm, Gustave J., Dundee, R. D. 8 

1026 Bockstahler Jacob C„ 128 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

241 Bodine, Lewis, 15 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 

151 Bohall, Herbert R., Lakemont 

660 Bonnell, William F., Gage 

196 Boorom, Lyman K., Dundee, R. D. 2 




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1278 Bootes, John M., Middlesex, R. D. 1 1569 

1551 Bordwell, Andrew, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 1489 

790 Bordwell, Jay O., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 1581 

53 Bordwell, Roy W., Middlesex. R. D. 1 874 

1668 Bordwell, William T., 102 Lawrence St., Penn 1208 

Yan 542 

483 Borgman. Frank W., 108 Henry St., Penn Yan 632 

413 Bossard, Lewis G., Dundee 1781 

1062 Bower. Maurice P., Rock Stream 1246 

1043 Bowers, Fred B., 118 Head St., Penn Yan 1629 

753 Bowers, Fred W., 27 Water St.. Dundee 1246 

986 Bowling, Lewis W., 125 Jackson St., Penn Yan 595 

508 Bowyer, Charles H., Dresden 463 

576 Boyce, Clarence, Stanley, R. D. 6 240 

524 Boyd, Arthur, Penn Yan ,R. D. 8 649 

1224 Bovd, David P., 114 Wagener St., Penn Yan 1147 

1617 Boyd, William A., Branchpoint, R. D. 1 173 

177 Boyer, Lewis A., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 904 

497 Boyes, Albert L., Hall, R. D. 1 666 

1748 Boyes, Fred W., Hall, R. D. 1 452 

125S Brace, Carlie, Dundee, R. D. 2 207 

1414 Brace, Charlie, Dundee, R. D. 2 446 

513 Brace, Fred, Dundee. B. D. 2 783 

1072 Brace. Hiram, Dundee, R. D. 2 1882 

854 Brady, Albert, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 901 

293 Bradley, Thomas, Dresden 318 

1918 Bradley, Edward Eugene, Rock Stream 42 

600 Braman, Elford H., Potter 1679 

1215 Brayman, Eugene, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 581 

1200 Brayman, Otis, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 498 

482 Brate, Harry R., Lakemont 988 

1155 Brayton, Walter C, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 267 

697 Brennan, Michael, Rushville 242 

86 Brewer, Alonzo L., 58 Seneca St,. Dundee 1686 

897 Brewer, Charles R., Starkey 470 

588 Bridgman. Perl H., 6 Myrtle Ave., Penn Yan 1084 

215 Brink, Adelbert A., Naples, R. D. 26 1009 

224 Brink, Raymond A., Naples, R. D. 26 137 

624 Brizee, George H., Himrod 762 

1429 Brooks, Henry F., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 1339 

95 Broughton, Frederick, Rushville 59 

1243 Brown, Arthur J„ Penn Yan, R. D. 2 573 

780 Brown, George H., Jr., Branchport 

545 Brown, Jesse S., 564 Liberty St., Penn Yan 1773 

1252 Brown, Le<Roy W., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 983 

655 Brown, Lewis Bradley, Bluff Point 817 

1697 Brown, Merton J., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 1013 

1665 Brown, Morris H., 139 Main St., Penn Yan 1638 

635 Brundage, Bert W„ Penn Yan, R. D. 6 34 

1643 Brundage, Lewis J., 221 Main St., Penn Yan 264 

834 Bruner, Charles N., Himrod 165 

383 Brunskill, Burt E., Rushville 290 

1008 Buck, George M., 30 Union St., Dundee 66 

1681 Buckle, William R.. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 1799 

1179 Buckley, Jeremiah A., 109 Burns Terrace, Penn 210 

Yan 564 

1752 Buckley, Joseph M., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1028 

340 Buckley, Maurice S., 230 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 582 

1659 Buckley, Raphael J., 222 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 322 

245 Buckley, Stephen N., Dresden 333 

1809 Bulche, Ernest C, 56 Hollister St., Dundee 1030 

1854 Bullock, Joseph F., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 1865 

1816 Burgess, George A., Middlesex 918 

458 Burk, Fred J., Branchport, R. D. 2 315 

657 Burke, Walter M., Central House, Penn Yan 732 

307 Burley, Olin O., Branchport, R. D. 2 1223 

486 Burnell, William E., 530 Liberty St., Penn Yan 962 

447 Burnham, William H., 12 Stoll St., Dundee 280 

1811 Burt, Howard C, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 73 

617 Burtch, Forest S., Branchport 1426 

1199 Burtch, Orba, Branchport 1477 

1356 Burtch, Wright, Branchport 144 

1756 Burton, Charles F, Dundee, R. D. 4 387 

1568 Burton, Harry S., 415 Liberty St., Penn Yan 1351 

367 Burton. Mark J., Penn Yan 1230 

1888 Bush, Fred J„ Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1894 

1862 Butcher. Charles S, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 520 

472 Butler, Lewis, Middlesex, R. D. 24 93 

1912 Butler, Mart V., Penn Yan 1771 

1065 Butler, William W., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 1700 

1588 Button, Arthur J., Middlesex, R. D. 1 484 

401 Button, Arnold S., Middlesex, R. D. 1 1908 

1593 Button, Jesse, Dresden 1913 

1794 

541 Cad-well, Gut C-, 138 Seneca St., Penn Yan 1119.". 

637 Calhoon, Charles E„ 321 Jacob St, Penn Yan 1332 

162 Calhoon. Everett, 104 Head St., Penn Yan 1337 

1467 Calhoon, William E., 110 Head St., Penn Yan 139 

590 Calhoun, Walter I„ 226 Keuka St., Penn Yan 877 

16 Campbell, George, Branchport, R. D. 2 517 

1209 Campbell, George J., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 758 

1446 Campbell, Harry E., Dresden 164 

1120 Campbell, Ray W., 182 Elm St., Penn Yan 1474 

1611 Canwright, Jay, Middlesex, R. D. 2 1671 

745 Carey, Allen F., Hicks St., Penn Yan 514 

1168 Carey, Frank A., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 331 

856 Carley, Arthur L, Penn Yan, R. D 10 1777 

813 Carlson. Laust W. P., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1152 

1526 Carpenter, David S., Water and Liberty Sts., 1276 

Penn Yan 72 

1400 Carpenter, Loren E., 346 Elm St., Penn Yan 113d 

477 Carpenter, Lynn S., 38 Seneca St., Dundee (Ml 

763 Carpenter, Harry W., Glenora 13 

642 Carpenter, Harry W., Liberty and Water Sts., 727 

Penn Yan 693 

45 Can-. George W.. 121 Lake St., Penn Yan II 5 3 

1025 Carr, Lewis J„ 109 Lake St.. Penn Van 1202 

1527 Carr, Samuel, Jr.. 121 Lake St., Penn Yan L054 
1370 Carroll, George B.. Collins Ave., Penn Yan 1087 
1598 Carroll, Gordon W„ Penn Yan, R. D. 3 117 



Carroll, Winfield S., Penn Y'an, R. D. 7 

Carroll. James, Branchport 

Carroll, Patrick H„ 106 Elm St., Penn Yan 

Carson, Lawrence A., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

Carson, Walter L., Penn Yan. R. D. 3 

Carter, Edward, Dundee. R. D. 1 

Carter, George W., Middlesex 

Carvey, Samuel P., Rushville 

Carse, Charles G., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Case. George T., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Case, Charles G., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Casey, William, 7 Bridge St., Dundee 

Cassin, John A., 8 Edwina St.. Dundee 

Castellino. Jack, Dundee, R. D. 1 

Castner, Deforest C, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Castner, Earl S., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Castner, Edgar B., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Castner. Ernest D., 221 Sherman St., Penn Yan 

Castner, George, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Castner, Harry A., Penn Y r an, R. D. 6 

Castle, Fred C, Himrod, R. D. 1 

Castor Charles B., Goble St., Dundee 

Caswell, Charles F . Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Cato, Emelio, Middlesex, R. D. 1 

Cawley, Thomas, Sherman St., Penn Yan 

Cecchini. Como, 158 Seneca St, Penn Yan 

Chadwick. Peter M., Lakemont 

Chaffee, Festus M.. Middlesex 

Challis, Joseph L., Head St., Penn Y r an 

Chambers, George, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Chambers, Leon D., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Champlin, James H., Rushville 

Chapman Edwin, 52 Bigelow Ave., Dundee (Col.) 

Chapman, Roger E., Main St., Penn Yan 

Chapman, William E., 257 Lake St., Penn Y r an 

Chapman, William G., 103 Monell St., Penn Yan 

Chapman. William M., Naples. R. D. 27 

Chase, Fred. Branchport, R. D. 2 

Chisholm. Harry L., Bluff Point 

Christensen, Carl C, 109 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

Christensen, Carl W., Penn Yan 

Christensen, Christian E., 109 Johnson Ave., 

Penn Yan 
Christensen, Fred, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
Christensen, James, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
Christensen, Jens T., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
Christensen, Lawrence, Penn Y r an, R. D. 9 
Christensen, Marius, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
Christensen, Martin, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Christensen, Soren P., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
Christensen, Wilhelm C, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 
Christensen, Christian C, Box 84, Penn Yan 
Christiansen, Helmer J., Bellona 
Chrysler, Frank P., Middlesex, R. D. 3 
Chrysler, Llewellvn, Middlesex, R. D. 2 
Chubb, Lorenzo D., Himrod 

Churchill, Charles H., 116 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
Churchill, William J.. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
Cille. Michael, 158 Seneca St., Penn Yan 
Cipolla, Dominick, 160 Seneca St., Penn Yan 
Clark, A. Jay, 211 Lake St.. Penn Yan 
Clark, Bert, Rushville, R. D. 1 
Clark, Charles L., Penn Yan 
Clark, Clarence A., Dundee, R. D. 2 
Clark, Daniel M., 52 Hollister St., Dundee 
Clark, Edward L., Rushville 
Clark, Frank E., Branchport 
Clark. Frank M., Starkey 

38 Union St., Dundee 
Rushville, R. D. 
Hall. R. D. 1 
Clark, Hiram G„ Rushville, R. D. 2 
Clark, Lynn tR., Dundee, R. D. 2 
Clark, Marion M., 85 Seneca St., Dundee 
Clark, Nelson G, Rushville 
Clark, Samuel P., Penn Yan. R. D. 7 
Clark, Warren A., 143 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
Clark, William R.. 130 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 
Clary, Edwin J., 32 Main St., Dundee 
Clayton, Charles, Dresden 

Cleveland, Claude C, 215 Sheppard St.. Penn Yan 
Cleveland, Edwin E., 4C9 Keuka St., Penn Yan 
Cleveland, William, Middlesex 
Clifton, Ennis E., Dresden 
Close, Burton L., Dundee, R. D. 3 
Clute, Clarence, Naples R .1'. 7 
Coates, Charles R., Penn Yan. R. D. 5 
Coates. Fred G, Bluff Point 
Coe, Lyle L., 505 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
Coffin, Edwin !>.. Bellona 
Cole, Edgar J., 107 Ogdsn St., Penn Van 
Cole, Frank A.. Penn Yan. K. 1 >. 9 
Cole, Glennis B., Branchport. P. D, 13 
Cole. John L. Middlesex. P. I>. 2 
Cole, Leon, Penn Yan. R. D. 10 
Cole, Wolcott, Jr., Ill Brown St.. Penn Yan 
Combs, Oscar B., Middlesex, R D. 2 
Combs. Wilfred J.. Middlesex, R. D. 2 
Cone, Erwin A.. Rushville 
i 'cue, Roy W.. 219 Pake St., Penn Yan 
Conklin, Ben. Branchport 
Conklin, Fred, 8 Prospect St., Penn Yan 
Conklin, Glenn <;.. Penn Van. P. D. 5 
Conklin, Glen M„ 338 Elm St.. Penn Yan 
Conklin. Warren A., 311 Keuka St.. Penn Van 
Conley, Clarence E.. Penn Van. P. I). 8 
Conlev. Ernest H.. Penn Yan. P. P. :> 
Conley, Frank \\\. Penn Van, R. D. 9 
Conley, Merrill .1.. Penn Van. P. D. 9 
Conley, Roscoe. Middlesex, P. I >. 21 



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Connolly, George L., Lakemont 

Connolly, Henry G., Lakemont 

Connolly. James W., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Connolly, Noble A., Lakemont 

Conrade. Burton G., 306 Court St., Penn Yan 

Conway, Floyd H., Penn Yan, R D. 6 

Cook. Charles H., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Cook, Fred W.. Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Cook, Lee J., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Cook, Roy A., Branchport, R. D. 2 

Cook, Roy J.. 121 Ogden St., Penn Yan 

Coon, Edwin L., Rushville. R. D. 8 

Coon, Walter H., Dundee 

Coons, Ralph B., 27 Water St.. Dundee 

Cooper, Frank, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Cooper, George B., Penn Yan, .R D. 1 

Cooper, James, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Cooper, Martin W., Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Cooper, Walter G., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Copson, Charles, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

Copson, Fred E., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

Corbit, Edward P.. Rushville 

Corcoran, Daniel E., Ill Walnut St., Penn Yan 

Corcoran, Frederick B., 220 Lawrence St., Penn 

Yan 
Corcoran, James W., 220 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 
Corcoran, Paul Francis, 220 Lawrence St., Penn 

Yan 
Corcoran, William E.. 135 Elm St.. Penn Yan 
Cordingly, Albert E , Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Corcoran, Michael F., 142 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
Corev, Ralph W., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
Cornell. William G. Himrod 
Cornish. Loren A., Himrod, R. D. 1 
Cornwell, Henry B., 109.y 2 Court St., Penn Yan 
Corwin, Earl C, Branchport, R. D. 2 
Coryell, Clarence H., Branchport 
Costes, Peter G., 110 Stark Ave., Penn Yan 
Coykendall, Alfred B.. Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Coyle, Michael B., Branchport, R. D. 3 
Costello, John F.. 340 Elm St., Penn Yan 
Costigan, James, 119 Cherry St., Penn Yan 
Costigan, John C, 119 Cherry St., Penn Yan 
Cottrell, James, Naples, R. D. 26 
Covert, Frank, Dresden 

Cowan, Richard L., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 
Cramer, Clinton L., 317 Keuka St., Penn Yan 
Crane. Oliver G, 108 Johnson Ave., Penn Yan 
Crans, Henry L.. Dundee, R. D. 2 
Craugh. Harold J., 531 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
Craugh, James G., 122 Keuka St., Penn Yan 
Craugh, John F., 319 Keuka St., Penn Yan 
Craugh John N., 215 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
Crawford. Guy F.. Middlesex 

Crearv. Jeremiah E., 119 Head St., Penn Yan 
Crippin, Clarence J.. Himrod, R. D. 15 
Criss, Charley W., Potter 
Crofoot, Charles, Branchport. R. D 3 
Crofoot, Jasper, Branchport, R. D. 3 
Cronk, Andrew. Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Cronk. Garrett E., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Cronk William B.. 90 Hollister St., Dundee 
Crosby. Roland W., Dundee R. D. 2 
Culver, Charles C, Penn Yan, R. D 3 
Culver, Fred E, 212 Head St., Penn Yan 
Culver, Leon S., Himrod 
Culver. Myron V., Himrod, R. D. 15 
Cummings, John J., Rock Stream 
Cummings, Thomas, Lakemont 

Cummings, William H., 119 Court St., Penn Yan 
Cunningham, Francis, 139 Elm St., Penn Yan 
Cunningham, John H., Penn Yan R. D. 4 
Cunningham, Joseph H., Penn Yan R. D. b 
Curran, Charles R., Washington St., Dundee 
Curran, Claude, Water St., Dundee 
Curtis, Edward G., Penn Yan 

Dailey, Bert, 400 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

Dains", George R.. Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Damoth, Harold N., Starkey 

Daines, Frank E., Henry St., Penn Yan 

Darling, Bert M.. Middlesex 

Darling, Lavern F., Middlesex 

Darrah, Chauncey, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Davidson, Broderick, 122 Brown St., Penn Yan 

Davis, Albert E., 3 29 Head St., Penn Yan 

Davis, Clarence, C. N., Branchport 

Davis, Guy N., Branchport, R. D. 14 

Davis. James L.. 124 Stark Ave., Penn Yan 

Davis, Howard G., Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

Davis, John G.. Branchport, R. D. 13 

Davis, John, 113 Lake St., Penn Yan 

Davis, Walter S., Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

Davis, Warren A., Branchport, R. D. 3 

Davy, John. Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Deacon, Charles J., 9 Main St., Penn Yan 

Dean, Benjamin G, Branchport, R. D .13 

Dean, Charles H., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

Dean, John, 143 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

Dean, Charley W., Dresden 

Dean, Fred E. S., Dresden 

Deats, Henry C„ Dresden 

Deavey, Charles E., 217 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

DeBolt, Frank E., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

DeBolt. John E., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Deckerman, Frank, 114 Lake St., Penn Yan 

DeLong, Fred H., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Deming, Leon, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Denison, Albert R, Dundee 



D. 4 
., Dundee 



R. D. 2 



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Penn Yan 
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323 Denison, Arthur J„ Dundee, R. D. 4 

325 Denison, Floyd T., Dundee 

1343 Denison, Rufus J., Dundee, R. 

566 Denison, William H., Bridge St 

4 Denman, Ernest, Bellona 

990 Densmorem, James, Middlesex 

1421 Densmore, Leon J., Middlesex 

1035 DePauw, Camiel, Himrod 

1753 DeWaters, Edward H., Penn Yan 

963 DeWitt, John W., Penn Yan, R D. 5 

1366 DeWaters, Marion C, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1878 Dillon, Guy N., Naples, R. D. 27 

1810 Dinehart. Charles J., Middlesex, R .D. 2 

388 Doane.Fred S., Penn Yan, R D. 4 

1840 Dolan. James E., 203 E Main St., Penn Yan 

606 Donaldson, Ernest W., 205 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

886 Donaldson, Oliver N., Branchport, R. D. 2 

179 Donaldson, Thomas L., Branchport, R. D. 1 

311 Donley, Dewey P., Naples, R. D.> 26 
1012 Donley, Melvin P., Naples, R. D. 26 
1123 Donnelly. Leon D. Middlesex. R. D. 

847 Dooley, John J., 187 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

97 6 Dopp, Charles S., Potter 

9 69 Dorman, Frank J., Rushville 

1899 Dorman, John M., Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1362 Dorsey, Michael J., Himrod 

1392 Dougherty, George, Jr., 109 Brown St 

1017 Dougherty, George M., 109 Brown St 

161 Douglass, Wilson L„ 343 Head St 

1138 Dowdell, Charles A., Keuka Park 

559 Drake, Sidney T., Dundee, R. D. 3 

903 Drakley, Eugene F., 142 Main St 

1314 Drew, George B., 5 Goble St.. Dundee 

815 Driscoll, Jeremiah J., Rock Stream 

1069 Duell, William K, 216 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1724 Dugan, Charles E., Elm and Liberty Sts., Penn 
Yan 

1765 Dunn, Thomas, Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

506 Dunning', William N , Dresden 

255 Durfee, Eleber W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

803 Durham, William C , Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1369 Durnin, James A., 14 Wagener St., Penn Yan 

673 Dunton, Herbert C, Naples, R D. 26 

816 Dybro. Cristen J.. Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
1503 Dyke, Harry W., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1493 Dykeman, Almerian, 351 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 

718 Dykeman, Fred S., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

420 Dykeman, George M., 110 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

861 Dykeman, Joseph B., 110 Cornwell St, Penn Yan 

1099 Dwyer, Francis J., 146 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

SKiS Earl, Charles, Penn Tan 

1519 Earl, Henry C., Penn Yan 

781 Earl, Henry J., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1603 Eaves, George, Himrod 

1338 Eaves, James F., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1176 Earnest. Leland B., Dundee 

449 Eckel, Henry K., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1500 Eddy, Loren E , 223 Lake St., Penn Yan 

572 Eddy, Oliver E., Naples, R. D. 27 

1134 Eddington, Van R., 207 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

312 Edkin, James, Himrod 
792 Edsall, Archie B., Dundee 

656 Edsall, Rowley, Himrod, R. D. 15 

877 Edwards, Daniel, Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

184 Egelston, Bert, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1330 Egelston. Charles W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

167 Egelston, Lloyd R.. Bluff Point, R. D. 1 
23 Egleston. Earnest, Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

681 Elder, Albert A., Dundee, R. D. 4 

220 Eldred, Fred D., Branchport, R. D. 2 

651 Eldred. William C, Branchport, R. D. 2 

867 Elwell, Clarence R., Naples, R. D. 27 

674 Ellett, John D., Rock Stream 

1419 Ellick, Frederick W., Middlesex, R. D. 24 

669 Elling, Theodore W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

252 Ellis, Lloyd R., Himrod 

1253 Ellis, John C, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

479 Ellison, William A., 19 Washington St., Dundee 

650 Ellsworth, Lewis B., Dresden 

1903 Emerson, Eddie R„ 142 Stark St., Penn Yan 

1411 Emerson, George D., Potter 

1151 Emerson, LeRoy L., Branchport. R. D. 1 

1397 Emory, Orion L., Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1329 Enos, Charles C, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1323 Englehardt. Ernest, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

768 Enos, Frank W., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

168 Enos, Harry, Penn Yan R. D. 7 
1522 Eskilesen, Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
1023 Everson, Axel, Jessop Block, Penn Yan 
1410 Excell, Ralph H., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

820 Faueett, Ansel J., Dundee, R. D. 2 

1198 Falconer, Andrew. 37 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

531 Farnsworth, John H., Rushville 

1696 Fennell, Neil J., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

308 Fenner, Wiliam B., 208 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 

841 Ferguson, Fred W., Hall, R. D. 1 

1536 Ferguson, George W., Rushville, R. D. 22 

124 Ferguson, William F., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

84 Fields. Charles C, 16 Washington St., Dundee 

1306 Fiero, Irvin W., Bellona 

1478 Finch, Fred, 76 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 

911 Fing-ar, Eugene H., Bluff Point 

1418 Fingar, George W„ Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1206 Fingar, William S., Penn Yan 

633 Finger, Melvin, 121 Walnut St , Penn Yan 

1235 Finger, Roswell H., Penn Yan, R. D 9 

1604 Fink, Ben, 110 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 




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200 Finegan, Stephen W., Dundee. R. D. 2 1194 

1115 Fires, Frank D, Middlesex, R. D. 2 1601 

1487 Fires, George L.. Middlesex, R. D. 2 1814 

1529 Fish, Milton H.. Dundee, R D. 1 1139 
305 Fish, Richard D., Dundee, R. D. 1 192 
767 Fisher, Gerald H., Penc Yan 1414 

1785 Fisher, James A., 157 Ssneca St., Penn Yan 257 

295 Fitch, George M., Rushville 

1191 Fitch. Wilson W., Rushville 13C8 

468 Fitzsimmons, William J . Rushville 1341 

230 Fitzwater, William J., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 71 

880 Flahive, John J., 207 Court St, Penn Yan 1092 

209 Flahive, Thomas J., 124 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 1859 

1860 Fleet, Emerson B., Dundee, \R. D. 2 13 93 

1261 Fleet, John H., Himrod, R. D. 1 260 

461 Flint. Merritt A., Middlesex 111 

1197 Flood, Maurice D., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 709 

1098 Flynn, Edward M, Per.n Yan, R. D. 10 1180 

998 Flynn, Martin, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1259 

1721 Flynn, Thomas, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1434 

702 Foley, William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 51 

755 Ford, Bayard B., Lakeinont 1891 

317 Ford. Charles W., Rushville 272 

787 Forshee. Harry, Penn Yan 1027 

1672 Foster, Charles, Rushville, R. D. 22 1795 

1504 Foster, Clayton R., Middlesex 1317 

503 Foster, Jesse, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 1172 

33 Fountain. Milford J. Middlesex 362 

136 Fox, Fred J.. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 1615 

800 Fox, John C, 346 Main St., Penn Yan 1227 

81 Fox, William D., Main St., Penn Yan 18 77 

704 Fox, William J., Bigelcw Ave., Dundee 1745 

715 Francisco, John L., 410 Liberty St., Penn Yan 664 

1754 Francisco, Lester J, Middlesex 1015 

1751 Francisco, Robert H., Middlesex, R. D. 2 98 

1020 Fraize, Christopher M., Rushville, R. D. 2 949 

1774 Frank, Charles H., Dresden (Col.) 302 

1788 Frank, Herbert S., 23 Union St, Dundee (Col.) 1607 

244 Frank, Orlo G., 85 Holister St. Dundee (Col.) 661 

122 Frankfather, Aaron D , Middlesex, R. D 21 10G0 

11 Frame, Perley K.,555 Liberty St., Penn Yan (Col) 1292 

872 Fredreksen, Jens A., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 19 

381 Fredreksen. Nels C, Gage 1000 

1868 French, Frank L., Middlesex, R. D. 2 1602 

363 Frits, Harry E., 247 Lake St.. Penn Yan 265 

748 Fullagar, Homer M., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 421 

1187 Fullagar, Lloyd B.. Branchport 

175 Fuller, Guy H„ Dundee, R. D. 4 234 

843 Fulton, George W., Keuka Park 229 

161 

455 Garbus, Edward P., 335 Elm St., Penn Yan 1433 

1609 Gardner, Charles, Middlesex, R. D. 2 1654 

35 Gardner, Fred A., Washington St., Dundee 1645 

1039 Gardner, Robert E, Penn Yan, R. D, 9 1525 

228 Gavin, John, 213 Liberty St. Penn Yan 7 

578 Gavin. Martin J.. 357 Main St., Penn Yan 1704 

1760 Gearheart, George L, Hall, R. D. 1 1725 

1367 Geer, Edward L, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 1094 

211 Geer, George H., Naples, R. D. 27 1228 

268 Gelder, Clyde B., Bellona 203 

1105 Gelder, Edwin B., Bluff Point 601 

981 Gelder, Fred B., Potter 1780 

1348 Gelder, Harry W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1917 

1472 Geoghegan, Charles H., 102 E. Main St., Penn 391 

Yan 730 

1479 Gibbs, Harry M., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 375 

591 Gibson, Jeptha E., 17 Hollister St.. Dundee 1257 

141 Gibson, John S., Ill South Ave., Penn Yan 630 

1797 Gigliella. Felice A., 179 Seneca St., Penn Yan 885 

286 Gilbert, Sillsbe R, Penn Yan, R. D 1 361 

1195 Gillette, William O., Rushville, R. D. 22 1388 

1823 Gladwin, Charles W., Potter 418 

1499 Gleason, Ira L, 22 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 1473 

261 Gleavy, George J., Bluff Point 303 

922 Goldsmith, Basil W., Starkey 935 

752 Goldsmith, Charles W., 27 Champlin Ave., Penn 1863 

Yan 58 

1574 Goldsmith, Glenn W, Psnn Yan, R. D. 4 313 

1136 Goodman, George H., 346 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 900 

1140 Goodrich, Oliver D., Rushville, R. D. 2 393 

950 Goodsell, Harry F, Ptnn Yan, R. D. 8 359 

1530 Gorton, Charles Middlesex 1056 
631 Gorton, James M., Rushville 410 

1783 Gotshall, Miles C, Rushville, R. D. 2 1670 

1249 Goundry, Harold M„ Himrod, R D. 15 875 

1590 Goundry, James F., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 594 

1648 Goundry, Ora M., Himrod, R. D. 15 1375 

522 Grace, Oren, Penn Yan R. D. 2 1666 

1326 Grady, William R., 112 Burns Terrace, Penn Yan 91 

570 Grandy, Gilbert, Dundee, R. D. 3 926 

1685 Graves Warner W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 294 

31 Gray, Almeron N., Middlesex 212 

955 Gray, Leland M., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 1185 

27 Gray, Richard N., Middlesex 1849 

1101 Green, Alphonso L, Central House, Penn Yan 70 

1599 Green, John J., Dundee, R. D. 1 1701 

2 Greenway, Thomas, 215 Water St., Penn Yan 1057 

112 Greening, James W., Ill Court St., Penn Yan 1875 

115 Greenwood, Harvey W., Middlesex, R. D. 24 973 

1606 Gregory, George W., Lakemont 129 1 

1403 Gridley, Warren E., Bluff Point, R. D. 1 1793 

1834 Griffith, Welles. 110 Benham St., Penn Yan 1175 

974 Griffin, Frank D., Hall, R. D. 1 774 

1736 Griffin, Myron R., Middlesex 1867 

335 Griffin, AVilliam, Penn Yan. R. D. 10 lO.xx 

435 Griffiths, Arthur P., 118V 2 E. Main St., Penn Yan 602 

40 Griffith, Elmer C, Middlesex 13d 

793 Griffith, Bert J., Penn Yan. R. D. 5 1345 

457 Griffith, Dudley E., 133 Benham St., Penn Yan L032 

1887 Grimes, Thomas W., Middlesex 588 



Griner, Herbert F.. Bellona 

Gr:swold, Harold J., 145 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

Griswold, Harry, Branchport, R. D. 1 

Groesbeck. Bert. Branchport. R. D. 1 

Grow William, Naples, R. D. 27 

Guider, Michael E., Per.n Yan, R. D. 9 

Gulick, Floyd E., 25 Washington St., Dundee 

Habberfield, Howard K., 12S Lake St., Penn Van 

Haight, Perl B , Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Hainer, Olin H , Rushville 

Hakes, George E., 4 Prospect Ave.. Penn Yan 

Haldeman, Andrew W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Hall, Clarence E., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

Hall, Frankie, 25 Union St., Dundee 

Hall, Harrv W.. Himrod 

Hall, James B., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

Hall, John B., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

Hall. Joe! W., Penn Yan 

Hall, Ola D., Rock Stream 

Hall. William B., Dundoe, R. D. 2 

Hallock. Jesse H., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Halstead, Addison T., \rLushville 

Halstead, George G., Penn Yan ,R. D. 6 

Halstead, John W., Dundee 

Hamilton, Frank W., Psnn Yan, R. D. 1 

Hamilton, Harry P., 6 Union St., Dundee 

Hamilton, Leon D., 14 Stoll St., Dundee 

Hamilton, Percy D., 6 Union St . Dundee 

Hamlin, Andrew J., Rushville, N. Y'., R. D. 

Hamlin. Ernest, Dundee, R. D. 4 

Hamm. Charles, 133 Jackson St., Dundee 

Hamm, Ralph, Penn Y'an, R. D. 7 

Hamm, Tewalt, 127 Jackson St., Penn Y'an 

Hammond, John R., Rushville, R. D. 2 

Hanmer, Lew.s R., Dundee 

Hanmer, Milton B., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Hansen, Christian E., Dresden 

Hansen. Hans F., Himrod 

Hanson, Harold, 428 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

Hantroi, Waldemar, 407 Main St., Penn Y'an 

Harford, Charles, 107 Chestnut St., Penn Yan 

Harpending, Harry B., D mdee, R. D. 3 

Harpending', John L, Seneca St., Dundee 

Harpending, Pierre L., Main St., Dundee 

Harrington, Berton R., 137 y 2 Seneca St., Penn 

Yan 
Harris, Fred, Dundee R. D. 1 (Col.) 
Harris. Richard. Dundee, R. D. 1 (Col.) 
Harris, Sylvester, Naples, R. D. 27 
Harris, William J , Dresden 
Harrison. Edmond E., Himrod 

Harrison. Emmett D., 213 Clinton St.. Penn Y'an 
Karnson, George W., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
Harrop, Arol C. E., Dundee 
Harrop, Isaac L., Dundee 
Hart, Charles T., Middlesex, R. D. 1 
Hart, Thomas E., 115 Monell St., Penn Yan 
Harvey, Clarence G., Rushville. R. D. 2 
Harvey, Coleman F.. 11 Myrtle Ave., Penn Yan 
Harvey, George D., Rushville, R. D. 2 
Haskell, Don L, 47 Union St., Dundee 
Haslund, Niels C, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
Hatcher. Charles H, Dundee, R. D. 2 
Hatcher, Thomas R., Dundee, R. D. 2 
Hatcher William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 
Hathaway, Richard B , Dundee, R. D. 2 
Hatmaker. Frank, Himrod, R. D. 15 
Havens, Frank M., 207 Sheppard St s 
Havens, George E., Penn Yan, R. D. 
Hayes, John D., 326 Keuka St., Penn Y'an 
Hazard, William J., Starkey 
Hagerty, Thomas E., Middlesex, R. D. 1 
He.ner, John, 3 Main St., Penn Yan 
Henderson, Arthur, Per.n Y'an, R. D. 6 
Henderson, E. Smith. Penn Y'an, R D. 6 
Henderson, Fred S, 205 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
Henderson, Perry D., Penn Y'an, R. D. 6 
Henries, Johnson R., Penn Y'an, R. D. 10 
Henries, Wilhs, F ,, 133 Jackson St., Penn Y'an 
Herman, Clarence A., Pjnn Yan, R. D. 9 
Herman, Warner G., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
Herr, Charles, Dresden 
Herrick, William P., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 
Herries, Robert G., Branchport, R. D. 3 
Hess, Hugh A., Dundee, R. D. 3 
Hey, Albert P., Penn Y'an, R. D. 7 
Hey, George M., Penn Y'an, R. D. 7 
Hey, Lewis A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 
Hibbard, Carlton P., Branchport. R. D. 1 
Higgins, Charles, Dundee, R. D. 3 
Hill. Charles C , I Hindi' ■. 11. I'. 2 
Hillis, John N., 132 Ogden St., Penn Yan 
Himler, George N., Penn Y'an 
Hoagland, Robert H.. Starkey 
Hoban, Owen C, 108 Lake St., 
Hobart, Berlin W., Penn Y'an. 
Hobart, Glenn L. Middlesex. R. D. 2 
Hobart, Roy C. Penn Yan. K. 1 >. 8 
Holbrook. William C. Rushville, II. D. 2 
Holden, Claude S.. Dundee, R. D. 4 
Hollister. Edwin F., Branchport 
Hollister, George J., Branchport 
Hollowell, Fred S, Penn Yan, R. D. C 
Holton, Leon J., Himrod 
Moll hi. William I<\. Rushville, R. D. 2 
Hood, Harry S., 316 Court St., Penn ran 
Hopkins, David. Branchport, R. 1 >. 2 
Hopkins, Edward G., 126 E. Main St., Penn San 
Hopkins, Lewis .1.. 311 Keuka St.., Penn Fan 



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921 Hopkins, Niel C, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1216 Hopkins. Thomas W.. 110 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

1570 Hopkins, Walter A., 25 Champlin Ave., Penn Yan 

127 Hopkins, Duane S., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

411 Horton, Charles G., Dundee, R. D. 2 

535 Horton, David G.. Starkey 

551 Horton, George F., Dundee, R D. 4 

382 Horton, George N., Chronicle Bldg., Penn Yan 

159 Horton, Guy L., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1625 Horton, Leroy, Penn Yan, R. D 10 

515 Horton, Ray G., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1373 Horton. William H , Dresden 

878 Horton, Charles P., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1047 Houg-htaling, Carl B.. Gage 

1491 Houghtaling, Earl, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1038 Houghtaling, LeRoy, Gage 

759 Houghtaling, Lewis D , Penn Yan, R .D. 5 

1806 Housel, George, Rushville, R. D. 2 

802 Hovey, Lyman P., Glenora 

1524 Hoyt, Benjamin S., Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

1532 Hoyt, Fred L., Penn Yan. R. D. 4 

1897 Hudson. Alonzo, 412 Liberty St, Penn Yan 

1858 Hughner, Henry J., Middlesex, R. D. 2 

1538 Hughner, Richard, Naples, R. D. 26 

1070 Hughner, William H., Naples, R. D. 26 

1259 Humphreys. Vincent B. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

960 Hunt, Ambrose R, Branchport, R D. 1 

1135 Hunt, Floyd P., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1377 Hunt. Floyd M., 133 Jackson St., Penn Yan 

810 Hunt, Henry L., Rock Stream 

1408 Hunt, Wells P., Rushville 

1083 Hunter, Charles C, 300 Main St., Penn Yan 

352 Hunter. Lewis H., Branchport, R D. 1 

1730 Hunter, Robert J., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1537 Hurd, William P., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1275 Hurley, Edward J., Rushville 

1005 Hurrin, Arthur L., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1802 Hurrin, Charles C , Penn Yan 

1656 Hurrin, Edward J., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1742 Hurrin, Robert, Rushville, R. D. 2 

958 Hurrin, William, Jr., Penn Yan 

997 Huson, Ross, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1220 Husted, Dan L, Penn Yan 

1033 Hyland, David, 104 Henry St., Penn Yan 

1511 Hyatt, Clarence J., 104 Chestnut St , Penn Yan 

326 Ide, Ira C, Dundee 

1532 Ingraham, John J., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1738 Ingram, Archie H., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

65 Ingram, Harvey E., Starkey 

1583 Ingram, William H., Potter 

404 Jackson, Byron L,., 319 Lake St., Penn Van 

706 Jackson, Carlton T, 115 Elm St., Penn Yan 

830 Jackson, Charles W.. Dundee, R. D. 3 

956 Jacobs, Berkhart B., Jr., 135 Ogden St., Penn Yan 

1459 Jacobsen, Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1677 Jayne, Raymon B., Starkey 

1488 Jayne, Willard, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

269 Jensen, Albert, Penn Yan, R D. 2 

1762 Jensen, Alfred B., 302 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 

254 Jensen, Anaus, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

39 Jensen, Arthur C, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1577 Jensen, Carl A., Himrod, R. D. 15 

17 Jensen, Carl C, Penn Yan 

64 Jensen, Frederick, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 - 

1501 Jensen, Henry T.. Box 84, Penn Yan 

6 Jensen, Herbert, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

320 Jensen, Jens, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

616 Jensen, Jens Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

61 Jensen, Martin, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

296 Jensen, Niels J., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1833 Jensen, Otto G., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1562 Jensen, Soren A., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1608 Jensen, Thomas, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

191 Jensen, Waldemar, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

378 Jensen, "Walter L., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

654 Jessop, Frank B., Dundee R. D. 4 

1316 Johansen, Albert C, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

919 Johansen. Christ W., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

69 Johnsen, Sven, Penn Yan 

1264 Johnson, Charles A., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1347 Johnson, Frederick E , Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1575 Johnson, George M.. Rushville. R. D. 2 

132 Johnson, John E., Branchport. R. D. 14 

1342 Johnson, Kendrick E., Rock Stream, R. D. 1 

1757 Johnson, Lafayette, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

1703 Johnson, Lewis, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

250 Johnson, Lyman G., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

213 Johnson, Orla W., Naples, R. D. 26 

1729 Johnson, Samuel M., 129 Dake St.. Penn Yan 

711 Johnson, William L., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1716 Jolly Llewellyn P., 308 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

1755 Jones, Clive F., Dresden 

868 Jones. Milo B., Naples, R. D. 26 

1145 Jones, Willis O., Dundee, R. D. 1 

1226 Jorgensen, Alfred, Penn. Yan, R. D. 5 

1836 Jorgensen, Anton C, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

443 Just, Nicholas J., 118 Franklin St., Penn Yan 

63 Kane, Christopher, 36 Edtvina St., Dundee 

1241 Kane, Martin, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

1597 Karnes, Charlie B, Dundee R. D. 4 

1335 Karnes, William, Naples, R. D. 26 

1352 Kellen, Delos L., Penn Yan, R. D. 1Q 

1178 Kellogg, Claude M., Barnes 

583 Kelly, Charles A., 223 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

1440 Kelly, Patrick A., 412 Liberty St , Penn Yan 

1268 Kemp, Guy F., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

964 Kennedy, Clarence F., Potter 



1019 Kennedy, George M., Branchport, R. D. 1 

183 Kennedy, Leon D., 103 Head St, Penn Yan 

1310 Kennedy, Robert, Naples, R. D 7 

298 Kennerson, David B., Penn Yan, R. D 9 

1053 Kennerson, Edgar H., Penn Yan. R. D 9 

451 Kenyon, Belden B., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1036 Kenyon, Charles A., Dundee, R D. 1 

859 Kenyon, Horace B.. Dundee, R. D. 1 

722 Kenyon, William H., Dundee, R. D 1 

501 Ketcham, Oliver E, 128 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

719 Ketterer, Albert H., Himrod, R D. 15 

1596 Kidder, Harry, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

56 Killeen, Martin M., Rushville 

1817 Kilpatrick, Clarence W. Middlesex 

1186 Kilpatrick, Charles G, Potter 

1409 Kilpatrick, Edward L, Potter 

1100 King, Albert L, 129 Benham St., Penn Yan 

915 King, Charles E., Middlesex 

972 King, Leron N., Himrod, R D. 15 

607 Kinne, George R., 119 Clinton St.. Penn Yan 
537 Kinner, Burdett D„ Dundee, R. D. 4 

889 Kinyoun, Charles E , 10 Myrtle Ave., Penn Yan 

1800 Kinyoun, Clay F., 404 Main St., Penn Yan 

364 Kinyoun. John E. 5 Waddell St, Penn Yan 

1360 Kipp, Ernest F., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

1481 Kirkpatrick, Charles R 315 Court St., Penn Yan 

258 Kingman, Charles E, 124 Lake St., Penn Yan 

1713 Knapp, Aaron I., Middlesex, R. D. 1 

603 Knapp, Andrew J , Middlesex, R. D. 2 

1121 Knapp, Orson O., Middlesex, R. D. 

369 Knapp, Theodore, Stanley, R. D. 6 

1149 Knapp, Wesley J., Stanley, R. D. 6 
1 Knapp, William C, Dundee, R D. 1 

659 Knapton, Warren, Himrod, R D. 15 

1021 Koehler, Alvin A., Hasson House, Penn Yan 

770 Koehler, Lloyd L., Penn Yan, R. D 2 

693 Koehler, Frank I„ Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1283 Kunes, Arthur L., Rushville 

605 Lacy, Alfred IV., Penn Yan, :t™ D. 

1663 LaFever, Carlton H., Dundee, R. D. 3 

912 LaFever, Nelson L., Dundee 

1506 Lafler, Arthur L., Middlesex 

1150 Lafler, Arsie D., Middlesex 

1192 Lafler, Edwin E, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1769 Lafler, Stults C, Middlesex 

970 Lafler, Vernon R, Middlesex, R. D. 24 

1861 Lake, James F., 123 Jackson St., Penn Yan 

1245 Lamont, Floyd L., Penn Yan. R. D. 2 

1651 Lamphier, Clarence A., Rushville, R. D. 1 

739 Lamphier, Ernest, Keuka Park 

756 Lampson, George E , 130 Lake St., Penn Yan 

473 Lane, Benson S., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1376 Lane, Ernest G., Rushville. R. D. 2 

1782 Lane, Fred F., 52 Union St, Dundee 

803 Lane, Grayson W., Middlesex 

1578 Langdon, John J., 130 Hamilton St.. Penn Yan 

1104 Langham, Frederick H, 349 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1559 Laport, Joseph, 111 Jacob St , Penn Yan 

405 Lare, Charles A., Dundee, R .D. 4 

1549 Larham, Elmer E., 340 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

1533 Larsen, Albert, Himrod, R. D. 15 

528 Larsen, Chris M, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

332 Larsen, Chris R„ Bluff Point R. D. 1 

467 Larsen, Jens O., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

495 Larsen, Lars K., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

324 Larsen, Nels C, Dundee, R. D. ] 

1586 Larsen, Theodore M., 56 Hollister St., Dundee 

249 Larsen, Waldemar, 249 E Main St., Penn Yan 

892 Larzelere, Richard F., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

979 Lathrop, George W„ Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1791 Lathrop, William R.. Penn Yan, R. 

1406 Lattimer Clark C, 183 Seneca St., 

1272 Laverty, Firnen, Penn Yan, R. D. 

1298 Lazarus, Charles A., Rushville 

1301 Leach, Charles R„ Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
882 Leach, Chester B., 221 Lake St, Penn Yan 

1183 Leach, William C, Naples, R. D. 26 

1420 LeClaire, Max R, Penn Yan, R, D. 5 

12 Leader, George H., 142 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

1719 Lee, Fred A.. Himrod 

1374 Lee, Daniel T., Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

147 Lee, Frank A., Himrod. R. D. 15 

663 Lee, Ray W„ Penn Yan, R. D 6 

608 Legg, Nelson E., 117 Hamilton St. 
166 LeGro, James M., 334 Head St., Penn Yan 

1090 Leonard, Fred, Dundee, R .D. 4 

1630 Lerch, John C, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

176 Lerch, Rolland R , Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

577 Lerch, Schuyler L., 110 Johnson Ave., 

961 Lewis, Bert, Branchport, R. D. 2 

1024 Lewis, Charles, Branchport 

775 Lewis, Firman, Dundee R. D. 2 

153 Lewis, Fred U., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

227 Lewis, George R., Branchport, R. D. 2 

688 Lewis, Harry E., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

678 Lilley, Carl W., 11 Goble St., Dundee 

906 Lilyea, Oscar W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

487 Lind, Gustaf A.. Penn Yan, R D. 5 

1739 Loder, Edward J., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1390 Logler, Joseph L., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1707 Lombardo, James, Middlesex 

1448 Long, Ashley B., Penn Yan 

1302 Long, George L., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
675 Long Harry K., Bellona 

48 Long, James E., Bellona 

1465 Longcor, Charles E.. Himrod, R. D. 15 

1508 Loomis, Frank B., Rushville, R. D. 22 

1143 Loomis, Miles A., Dundee. R. D. 1 

959 Loree, James R., Penn Yan 



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1097 Lorens, Fred, Branchport, R D. 1 

957 Loughlin, John W., Gage 

682 Lounsbery, Sylvester, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

222 Love, Herman L., Naples, R. D. 26 

155 Lovejoy, Byron, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

170 Lovejoy, Isaac J., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

666 Lovejoy, Seth A , Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1692 Lown, James M., Jr., Box 204, Penn Yan 

658 Ludbrook, Hessell H., 402 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

831 Luppino, James, 171 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

827 Luppino, Joe, 119 Franklin St., Penn Yan 

826 Luppino, Rocco, 114 Monell St., Penn Yan 

1652 Lund, Frederick, 330 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

1763 Lurcock, Charles R., Dundee, R. D. 3 

1391 Lynch, Clarence J, 203 Lake St., Penn Yan 

465 Lynn, Frederick H.. Branchport 

940 Lynn, Gilbert. Himrod R. D. 15 

1637 Lynn, Lewis, Branchport, R. D. 13 

1171 Lynn, Oliver C, Penn Yan. R. D. 3 

1164 MaeDowell, James P.., 46 Water St., Dundee 

232 MacNamee, Morris, 3 Main St., Penn Yan 

172 Maclntyre, Arch G , 238 Head St., Penn Yan 

469 MacKay. Charles H., 125 Brown St., Penn Yan 

1585 McCabe, Harry S., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

1873 McCaig. Robert E., Hall, R. D. 1 

625 McCann, Edward C, Himrod, R. D. 15 

1427 McCann, Claude, 111 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

54 McCann, Alonzo, Dundee, R. D. 1 

1709 McCombs, Leon G, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

1042 McConnell, Carl G., 9 Harpending Ave., Dundee 

1102 McConnell, Herbert W., 134 Benham St., Penn 

Yan 

1082 McCoy, William R., Dundee, R. D. 1 

109 McCreery. Howard S. .Dresden 

430 McDowell, George, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1518 McDonald, Albert S., 7 Myrtle Ave., Penn Yan 

1327 McElligott, John J., 302 Elm St., Penn Yan 

690 McElligott, Richard B„ 302 Elm St., Penn Yan 

629 McElwee, Morris H . Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1792 McElwee, Samuel G., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1271 McFall, Herman C, Penn Yan, R D. 4 

1555 McGough, Thomas F., 238 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

291 McGowen .Charles H., Penn Yan 

619 MacKay, William G., 350 Main St., Penn Yan 

1482 McKie, William A, Branchport, R. D. 1 

1114 McKinney, Otis, 313 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

1124 McLaughlin, Leo J., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

347 McLaughlin, William W., 105 Benham St., Penn 

Yan 

297 McManus, Fred, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 (Potter) 

101 McManus, Raymond J„ 161 Cornwell St., Penn 

Yan 

944 McMath, John E., 200 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

622 McMath, Samuel A. J., 200 E. Main St., Penn Yan 
1438 MeMinn. Allen S., Branchport, R. D. 1 

580 McReynolds, Amos M., 117 Sheppard St., Penn 
Yan 

1904 McReynolds, Patrick J., 227 Sheppard St., Penn 
Yan 

169 McReynolds, Thomas, 227 Sheppard St., Penn 

Yan 

118 McSwain, Charles B., Starkey 

1232 McSweeney, John E., 212 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

67 Mace, Howard, Penn Yan 

978 Osborne, Lorenzo P., 106 Jacob St. Penn Yan 

1798 Mack, David M., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1610 Mack, Fred, Middlesex 

1560 Mack, Lewis C, Middlesex, R. D. 25 

796 Mackey, Charles. 567 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

176 Magee, Henry S.. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

623 Mahan, Joseph E , 133 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 
700 Mahan, Thomas F„ 166 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 
999 Mahar, John L., 140 Walnut St, Penn Yan 

518 Maloney, Frederick F., Seneca St., Dundee 

1520 Maloney, James W., 106 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
1380 Maney, Daniel H., 107 Hamilton St, Penn Yan 

77 Manley, Owen J„ 120 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

1885 Manlev, William B., 109 Ogden St., Penn Yan 

649 Manning, George \V., Naples, R. D. 7 

1407 Manning, Glenn A.. Naples, R .D 26 

1349 Manning, Jasper E., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

428 Manning, Leroy B., Naples, R. D. 27 

1824 Manning. Melvin A., Naples, R. D. 26 

862 Margeson, Charles A., Naples, R. D. 7 

1089 Margeson, Elmer L., 63 Union St., Dundee 

1711 Margeson Ray, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

172C Maroney, Richard D., 103 Lake St , Penn Yan 

135 Marsh, Charles D., 200 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1431 Marsh, Harrison A., Lakemont 

1146 Marshall, Robert L., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1251 Martin, Charles ,R., Himrod, R. D. 15 

490 Martin, Frank I , Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

475 Martin George, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

609 Martin, George, Himrod 

568 Martin, James G.. Box 136, Middlesex 

1851 Martin, John A., Dresden 

106 Martin William B., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

18 Martin, William D., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

648 MashewKke, Fred, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1449 Mashewske, Jacob, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

459 Mathews, Charles E., Bluff Point. R. D. 11 

1812 Mathews, Gilbert A., Himrod, R. D. 15 

980 Mathews, Merl W., Himrod. R. I>.- 15 

644 Mathews, William, 107 Kimball St., Penn Yan 

1521 Mead. Frank H., Penn Yan 

1148 Meade, Alden E., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

50 Meade, David E., Middlesex, R. D. 2 

1901 Meade, Horace .1.. 101 Johnson Ave., Penn Van 



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799 

977 

536 

523 

46 

1576 

1883 

1746 

43 

1112 

1361 

1837 

1614 

1156 

9 

385 

640 

971 

626 

1464 

560 

1284 

1111 

779 

20 

466 

1365 

1573 

1866 

473 

1196 

1514 

514 

1204 

197 

277 

634 

356 

586 

1207 

519 

287 

1372 

695 

772 

491 

1835 

538 

360 

306 

150 

1557 

1003 

453 

596 

423 

814 

456 

75 

74 

554 

417 

1706 

1319 



1447 

1018 

558 

855 

533 

24 

1627 
154 

1890 

44 

839 

1321 

398 

853 

844 

22 

397 

735 

712 

776 

1328 

273 

1263 

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ism; 

1900 

1554 

952 

238 

1437 

1322 

1428 

188 

1749 

1561 

357 

1188 

1415 

723 

1079 



Meade, Martin M.. Middlesex. R D. 2 

Meehan. John J., 224 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

Meeker, Charles E., Dresden 

Melious, Willett W., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

Merrick. Burton L., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Merrifield, John F.. Penn Yan 

Merriman, David V , 106 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

Mertz, Frank, Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Mertz. George E., Rushville, R. D. 2 

Mertz, Lewis J., Rushville, R. D. 2 

Mertz Rodney C, Middlesex, IR. D. 25 

Messinger, Clarence D., Hopkins Place, Penn Yan 

Mikkelsen, Niels C . Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Miles, Albert A., Middlesex 

Miles, Frank L, 4 Union St., Dundee 

Miles, Theron. Middlesex 

Millard. Frank E., Dundee, R D. 2 

Miller, Albert S., Branchport 

Miller. Charles H., 119 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

Miller. David, 124 Benham St., Penn Yan 

Miller, Edward J.. Himrod 

Miller, Frank P., Rock Stream 

Miller, Fred A., Dundee, R. D. 3 



Miller. George H, 249 E. Main St., 

Miller. Myron. Middlesex 

Miller, Raymond. Dundee, R. D. 4 



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8 Miller. Walter V.. 16 Seneca St.. Dundee 



Miller, William F., Penn Yan. R D. 3 

Mills. Ralph H, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Mitchell, Arthur H„ 117 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

Mittower, George D., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Moniot, August E., 105 Monell St., Penn Yan 

Moniot, Paul J , Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Moon, Chester L., 332 Head St , Penn Yan 

Moon, Frank P., Branchport, R. D. 1 

Moon, Glenn E„ Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

Moon, Jacob F.. Dundee, [R D. 2 

Moon, Walter E., Lakemont 

Moor Lawrence E., 147 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

Moore, Charles G., 213 Main St., Penn Yan 

Moore, George V., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Moore, Harry C , Bluff Point, R D. 1 

Moore, James E., 107 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

Moore, John C, 106 Chapel St., Penn Yan 

Moore, Perl C, Penn Yan, R ,D. 5 

Moran, Thomas F., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Morehouse, Lee, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Morehouse, Percy L., Keuka Park 

Morgan, Jesse F.. 13 Goble St., Dundee 

Morley Leon R., Himrod, R. D. 15 

Morrison, Walter J , Branchport. R. D. 2 

Morse. Adelbert R., Himrod, R. D. 1 

Morse. Edward C, Himrod, R D. 1 

Morse, George, 7 Seneca St., Dundee 

Morse, Guy, Bluff Point, IR. D. 1 

Morse, Melvin E , Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Morse, Phillip, 1 Violet Ave., Penn Yan 

Morse, Vernon E., 304 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

Mortensen, George, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Mortensen Hans Peter, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Mortensen, Oscar N., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Morten, Joseph, Potter 

Moshier, Murry A., Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Mueller, Paul C. K J., Branchport, R. D. 14 

Miller, Lynn S, Box 127, Dundee 

Mulvihill, Thomas E., 113 Hamilton St., Penn 

Yan 
Murdock, Leon C, 2S Main St., Dundee 
Murphy, Daniel L, 59 Seneca St., Dundee 
Murphy, Henry P., 63 Seneca St, Dundee 
Murphy, John M., Gage 
Murphy, Lazear J, 6 Seneca St.. Dundee 
Murphy, Thomas. Starkey 
Murray, Emmett L., 302 Keuka St., Penn 
Murray. William J., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
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XaKt'ldiiiger, Floyd E., Gage 

Nageldinger, Emiel F.. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Nageldinger, Phillip B., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

Neally, Harry E., Bellona 

Nellis, Fred P., 109 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

Nellis, John, 107 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

Nelson, Alfred, Glenora 

Nelson, Charles H„ 16 Millard St.. Dundee 

Newcomb, Henry R.. Barnes 

Newell, Frank, Hall, R. D. 1 

Newland, Charles F, Branchport 

Newland, Francis E.. Branchport 

Newland, LeRoy H, Branchport 

Newton, Charles R., 214 Lawrence St.. Penn Yan 

Nichols, Arthur J„ Penn Yan. It. I>. 10 

Nichols, Jesse L, Penn Yan, R l> 6 

Nichols, Loren, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Nichols, Robert E. 1 Pleasant Ave.. Penn Yan 

Nicholsen, Charles G.. Prattsburgh 

Nickerson, James, Himrod 

Nielsen, Henry E., Penn Yan. P. 1). 1 

Nielsen, Jul, Penn Yan .It. I >. 6 

Nielsen, Lars, Penn Yan, R I K 7 

Nielsen, Martin J., 136 Ogden Si. Penn Yan 

Nielsen, Niels P., Penn Yan. It. D. 7 

Nielsen, Niels P.. 218 Hamilton SI.. Penn Yan 

Nielsen, Niels P.. 107 .Mam Si . Penn Yan 

Nielsen, William P., Penn Yan. It I >. 10 

Niles, Charles, Penn Yan. It. I). 8 

Niles, Simeon, Middlesex. It. 1>. 21 

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613 Norman, Claud L., Dresden 883 

891 Norman, Harry W., Dresden 1405 

114 Norman, Stephen D„ Penn Yan. R. D. 10 1535 

760 Norris, Alexander, Dundee, R. D. 4 1309 

1266 Norris, Ralph P, Himrod 1344 

1766 Norris, William J., Dundee, R. D. 4 253 

884 Northrup, Alfred P, Branchport 1789 

1509 Northrup, George P., 210 Jacob St., Penn Yan 1889 

996 Nutt, Charles O., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 1669 

1663 

1387 O'Brien, Michael B- 117 Wagener St., Penn Yan 1761 

1540 O'Connor, Tim M.. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1613 

553 O'Kane, Arthur, 62 Water St., Dundee 377 

729 O'Keefe, Richard A., 122 Keuka St., Penn Yan 1443 

1439 Olsen, Chris M„ Himrod, R .D. 15 1068 

724 Olsen, Niels C, Penn Yan, R D. 9 1498 

194 Olsen, Otto C, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 1807 

1091 Orr, Clarence E., Barrington 1523 

1674 Orr, James F., Himrod, R. D. 15 920 

1571 Orr, Oliver D., Bluff Point. R D 1 1364 

1758 Osborne, Frank G., 244 Head St., Penn Yan 1821 

978 Osborne, Lorenza P., 106 Jacob St., Penn Yan 1841 

10 Osburn, Robert B, 114 Walnut St., Penn Yan 1333 
419 Osterhout, Abram, 180 Seneca St., Penn Yan 1452 
837 Osterhout, Charles, Jr , 180 Seneca St, Penn Yan 1240 

1743 Osterhout Cornelius, 180 Seneca St., Penn Yan 1189 

371 Oswald, Albery, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 898 

1236 Oswald, Benjamin, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 543 

1483 Oswald, Ernest A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 492 

731 Oswald, Frank E, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 226 

1052 Otis, John L.. Dundee 742 

380 Ottaviano, James, Knapp House. Penn Yan 338 

1850 Ottley, Louis C, Middlesex, R. D. 2 680 

392 Ouellett, Thomas E., 3 Main St., Penn Yan 

747 Ovens, James T., Penn Yan, R. D 2 

1832 Ovenshire, Lee E , Dundee, R. D. 1 

1649 Ovenshire, Merlin L., Dundee, R. D. 3 

565 Ovens, William F, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

906 Owen, Arthur A., Penn Yan, R. D 10 1S39 

422 Owen, George H., 345 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 415 

1066 Owen, Glenn L., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 8 

37 

21S Paddoek, Arthur J., Prattsburfth, R. D. 4 H28 

1633 Paddock, Elisha E., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1640 

809 Paddock, Gerald L., 89 Seneca St., Dundee 945 

1502 Paddock, Phillip E., Branchport, R. D. 12 1350 

1061 Paddock, Robert D , Dundee, R. D. 4 1312 

1714 Page, Charles, Naples, R. D. 26 1684 

701 Paige, Fred G, 135 Walnut St., Penn Yan 1049 

584 Palmatier. Henry A., 142 Lake St., Penn Yan i 8 9 

698 Palmer, Floyd A., 12 Stoll St., Dundee 1048 

1002 Palmer, Robert J., Penn Yan R. D. 10 1678 

174 Pardington, Robert W., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 1702 

1727 Parish, Hiram B., 222 E. Main St., Penn Yan 1441 

1676 Parker, Albert C, Branchport 60 

881 Parker, Floyd H., Branchport 671 

965 Parker, Floyd M, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 1318 

1687 Parker, Madell M., Branchport, R, D. 1 931 

561 Parker, Stuart K., 242 Hamilton St., Penn Yan ngi 

390 Parmalee, Egbert O., Penn Yan, R .D. 5 643 

1064 Parmalee, Leo L, 43 Bigelow Ave, Dundee 1296 

1359 Parmalee William J., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 1307 

1507 Parsons Charles E., Naples, R D. 26 1720 

243 Parsons, Graham, 312 Clinton St., Penn Yan 1819 

1620 Parsons, Herbert, Prattsburgh, R. D. 4 314 

120 Parsons, Warren M., Branchport, R. D. 14 512 

1805 Pascali, Francesco, Jacob St., Penn Yan 343 

593 Paulding, John F., 81 Hollister St.. Dundee 2 83 

1169 Peach, Thomas O., Lakemont 1237 

539 Peck, Howard H., Penn Yan, R D. 1 721 

1201 Pedersen, Andrew, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 329 

57 Pedersen, Martin, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 3 

440 Pedersen. Peter S. F., Bellona 575 

750 Pepper, John W , 116 Hicks St., Penn Yan 14 

736 Peres, Manuel G., Lakemont 1117 

1469 Perry Albert S.j, Rushville, R. D. 2 612 

11 Perry, Delmar, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 743 
1278 Perry, Fred E., Branchport, R. D. 1 1541 

785 Perry, George H., 105 South Ave, Penn Yan 6 10 

1823 Perry, Joseph J., 183 Seneca St., Penn Yan 1768 

1804 Perry, Robert G., Rushville, R. D. 23 471 

1480 Petersen, Carl E., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 534 

62 Petersen, Martinus, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 842 

236 Peterson. Herman C, Dundee, R. D. 1 1461 

1653 Phalen, Bernard J., 105 Burns Terrace, Penn ^ an 1909 

233 Phalen, Wempell H„ Penn Yan, R. D. 3 1494 

1600 Phelps, George L, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 2694 

1190 Phelps, John G. Middlesex, R. D. 1 1871 

849 Philes, James W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 1071 

1731 Phillips, Burton L., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 550 

331 Phillips, Fred O., 12 Ed.vina St.. Dundee i8 8 o 

1470 Phillips, John L., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
1564 Pierce, Floyd D., Branchport 1723 

777 Pierce, William H.. Dundee 907 

1471 Pike, Will H„ Box 154, Middlesex 621 
676 Pinneo, Edward, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1902 
427 Pinneo, Ray, Penn Yan. R. D 2 1073 
529 Pinneo, Roy, Branchport, R. D. 1 1847 
278 Plaisted, Frederick L, 35 Harpending Ave., 478 

Dundee 1158 

425 Plaisted, George M„ Penn Yan, R. D. 2 8i8 

1582 Platman, Lester R., 127 Stark St., Penn Yan 836 

776 Platman, Lewis D., Bellona 1290 

1129 Pollock, William G, 113 Chapel St., Penn Yan 2 04 

5 Pondell, Frank, 111 Cherry St., Penn Yan 2 51 

1270 Porter, Delos E., 307 Lake St., Penn Yan 6 04 

734 Porter, Hugh W., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 i 846 

384 Potter, Arnold J. B„ 160 Main St., Penn Yan i 096 

239 Potter, Edgar, Penn Yan 1689 



Powers, Fred P . 
Powers, Guy H , 
Powers, John J. 
Powers John S., 



Potter, Edwin M., Naoles, R. D. 27 
Potter, Lester B , Naples, R. D. 27 
Potter, Rexford, 160 Main St. Penn Yan 
Potter, William J , Naples, R. D. 26 
Potts, Allen C. Branchport, R. D. 1 
Powers, Earl T., Rushville 
Rushville 
Middlesex, R. D. 2 
314 Jacob St., Penn Yan 
Middlesex, R. D. 2 
Powers. Ralph L ,, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
Pratt, Avery I , Middlesex, R. D. 2 
Pratt, Elmer G., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 
Pratt, Erving J., Rushville 
Pratt, Lewis F., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 
Presler, Fred W., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
Preslor Wilbur V., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
Price, Fred N., Dundee, R D. 4 
Price, Harry D„ 426 Liberty St., Penn Yan 
Prince, Leonard, 135 Benham St., Penn Yan 
Prior, Lewis H., Dundee, R D. 4 
Prosser, Charles H., Himrod R D 15 
Pruden. Charles A., Naples, R. D. 26 
Pulver, Eberle E., Penn /an, R. D. 10 
Pulver, Fred M., Branchport, R D. 14 
Pulver, Gordon W., Branchport, R. D. 2 
Pulver, Irwin S., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
Pulver, John F., Branchport, R D. 14 
Pulver, Perry L., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
Pulver, Peter D., Branchport 
Pulver, Warren E , Penn Yan, R. D. 9 
Purdy, I Seymour, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 
Pysher, Clarence A., Dundee, R. D. 4 

395 (iueenan, Frank E„ 16 Lawrence St.. Penn Yan 

808 Quetchenbach,, John, Penn Yan, R D. 2 
102 Quick, James I., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Race, Frank, Naples, R, D. 2(5 

Race, Frank L., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Radley, Scott L, Lakemont 

Raker, James B , 117 Dake St., Penn Yan 

Randall, Charles H.. Bianchport, R. D. 2 

Randall Charles I., Rushville, R. D. 22 

Randall, Perry W , Penn Yan, R. D 2 

Randall, Wilfred A.. 122 Lake St., Penn Yan 

Randolph, Alvin S., Naples, R. D. 26 

Randolph, Earl R., Naples, R D. 26 

Rapalee, Daniel T , 61 Main St., Dundee 

Rapalee, Homer D., Maple Ave.. Penn Yan 

Rapalee, Walter A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

Raplee, Delanson J, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Rarrick, Casius, 7 Washington St., Dundee 

IRasmussen. Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Razey, Frank J., 328 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

Read, Orion W., Middlesex 

Reagan, Charles W., 113 Benham St., Penn Yan 

Reagan, James J , Penn Yan, R D. 5 

Rector, Howard S., Middlesex, R. D. 

Reed Ernest B , 138 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

Reed, Fred F., 309 Elm St , Penn Yan 

Reed, James I , Penn Yan 

Reed, Sidney H., Bellona 

Reed, William C, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Reed, William D., 211 Water St., Penn Yan 

Reich, Herbert S , Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Reich Irvin H., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Reilly, Thomas A., 334 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

Reissig, Herman F, Penn Yan, R. D 7 

Remington, Simon H., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Rescall, William, Keuka Park 

Reuse. Ludwig, 138 E Main St., Penn Yan 

Reynolds, Frank A., Rushville, R. D. 2 

Reynolds, Grover C, Middlesex 

Reynolds, Harvey T., Middlesex 

Reynolds, William, Dresden 

Ribble, Wesley M., 120 Hicks St., Penn Yan 

Rice, Earl. Himrod 

Rice, John. Himrod 

Rice, Mathew, Edwina St , Dundee 

(Riche, Roy A., Hall, R. D. 1 

Richemyer, Charles C, Union St., Dundee 

Ringer, Clarence, Keuka Park 

Ringer, Frank B., Keuka Park 

Roche, Angelo J., 300 Main St , Penn Yan 

Roat, William, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Robins, Charles W., Bellona 

Robins, George H., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

'Roberts, Emmett C, 65 Hollister St.. Dundee 

Roberts, Roy R., 46 Seneca St., Dundee 

Robertson, James V., 210 Lawrence St., Penn 

Yan 
Robeson, Charles A., Middlesex, R. D. 2 
Robeson, Fred R , Branchport, R. D. 2 
IRobeson, Roscoe J., 223 Head St., Penn Yan 
Robeson, Russell H., 223 Head St., Penn Yan 
Robinson, Charles H., Glenora 
Robinson, Elmer L., Dundee, R. D. 4 
Robinson, Herbert J., Dundee, R. D. 4 
Robinson, Louis A., Rushville, R ,D. 2 
Robinson, Ray L, Dundee. R. D. 2 
Robinson. William C, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
Robson, Charlie C, Middlesex 
Rockwell, Frank W., Dresden 
Roddy, Patrick, Bellona 
Roe, Bert A., Gage 
Rogers, Abel W., Dundee, R. D. 3 
Rogers, Alva, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
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Rogers, Ira J., Dundee, R. D. 4 1291 

Rogers, Leon M., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 1103 

Rogers, Ray H., 117 Stark St., Penn Yan 1031 

Rogers, Lawson Waren, 208 Head St., Penn Yan 982 

Rogers. Walter A, Middlesex, R. D. 2 436 

Rolf, Alvin O., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 909 

iolt, William H., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 835 

Rolfe, Calvin J., Penn Yan 112 

Roloson, Clinton H , Dundee. R. D. 4 123 

Roof. Harry J., Dundee, R. D 4 1546 

Roof, Phillip H., Dundee, R. D. 4 695 

Roosa, John K., Glenora 1916 

:Rose, Benjamin A, 243 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 36 

Rose, Bernard B., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 824 

Rose, Edward D, 231 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 1712 

Rose, Fred H., 231 Sheppard St , Penn Yan 1063 

Rosekrans, Edmund C 28 Seneca St., Dundee 1484 

Ross, Alonzo P., 310 Court St., Penn Yan 784 

Ross, Fred T., 125 E. Main St., Penn Yan 778 

Ross, Merton L., Himrod 1288 

Rossler, Gilbert F„ Penn Yan, R. D. 3 1384 

Rothman, Lewis, 548 Liberty St., Penn Yan 1542 

Rothe, Cleo L, Middlesex, R. D. 26 259 

Roy, Harold S.. 409 Liberty St., Penn Yan 444 

Rugar, George F, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 1320 

Russell, Fred C, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 52 

Russell, Frederick C. Psnn Yan, R. D. 5 801 

Russell, Piatt, Branchport 1286 

Rutenber, Charles B.. Penn Yan, R. D. 9 1655 

Ryal, William D., Dresden 30 

899 

K;il. in, Bert, Dundee, R. D. 1 416 

Sabin. George A., Main St.. Penn Yan 480 

Sabin, William C, 449 Main St.. Penn Yan 788 

Sackett, Cornelius J., 19 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 1838 

Sackett, Nathaniel P., 327 Elm St., Penn Yan 1661 

Sackett. Winfield S., 117 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 821 

Sadusky, John L, 412 Keuka St., Penn Yan 1717 

Sanderson, Joseph H., 201 Jacob St., Penn Yan 1624 

Sanderson, Leonard R., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 510 

Sanderson, William T., Branchport, R. D. 2 201 

Santullo, Nicola, 146 Seneca St, Penn Yan 49 

Savage, John E., Middlesex, R. D. 6S6 

Sawyer, Harry, Himrod 1076 

Saxbury, LeRoy C, Dresden 1566 

Sayre, Clarence L, Himrod 289 

Scarapacclo, Charles 122 Franklin St., Penn Yan 1463 

Schenk, Fred E., Naples, R. D. 26 1735 

Schenck, Richard C, Branchport, R. D. 13 1231 

Scherer Edward L, 123 Elm St, Penn Yan 396 

Schoonover, Willis C, Bluff Point 638 

Schroder, Chris, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 116 

Schroder, Jens J., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 445 

Schofleld, Elmer J , 126 Benham St., Penn Yan 1423 

Schofield, Ray, Penn Yan, R .D. 3 1424 

Schofleld, William A., 310 Elm St., Penn Yan 1516 

Schumann, Nichols L., Rushville, R. D. 105 

Schweickhard, Alfred P., 109 Chestnut St., Penn 563 

Yan 567 

Schwe.ckhard, Dewey I., Penn Yan, R D. 7 823 

Schweickhard, Frank . C, Penn Yan, R. D.. 7 32 

Schweickhard, Fred, Rushville 926 

Schweickhard, William A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 708 

Sciore, Charles D, 109 Jacob St., Penn Yan 1644 

Scotchmen Philip J., 120 Walnut St., Penn Yan 995 

Scott, Bert. A, Hall, R. D. 1 1612 

Scott, John N., Dundee, R. D. 4 1657 

Scranton, Samuel J„ Dresden 9 6 

Scranton, Walter L„ Dresden 1870 

Seager, Harold J„ Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1490 

Seager, James E., Branchport, R. D 2 1728 

Seager, Sidney J., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1163 

Seager, William T., Branchport 152 

Seeker, Charles, Penn Yan 142 

Seeley, Charles W., Rushville, R. D. 1 271 

Seeley Frank J., 210 E. Main St, Penn Yan 1759 

Seybol't Henry Y., 58 Hollister St., Dundee 339 

Shannon, Albert J., Dundee, R. D. 1 1910 

Shannon, Clarence J., Starkey 1045 

Shannon, Earl J., Dundee, R. D. 4 1635 

Shannon, George B., 104 Johnson St., Penn Yan 1859 

Sharpe, William L, Dresden 865 

Shaw, Blaine E., Prattsburgh. R. D. 4 677 

Shaw, Charles D., Dundee, R. D. 1 1055 

Shaw, Elmer J., Branchport, R. D. 1 15 

Shaw, James M . Dundee, R. D. 2 88 

Shaw William, Branchport. R. D. 13 975 

Shay, George W., Naples, R. D. 26 100 

Shay Robert F., 307 Liberty St., Penn Yan 615 

Sharman. William A., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 1492 

Shedrick, Clinton, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 (Col.) 1425 

Shedrick, Floyd P., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 (Col.) 366 

Shedrick. Marion E., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 (Col.) 806 

Sheehan, William A„ Rushville, R. D. 2 1413 

Shepard, Lysander C, Penn Yan, R. D b 1879 

Sheppard Oliver, 169 Main St.. Penn Yan 1450 

Shifflet, David H„ 246 Jacob St.. Penn Yan 1453 

Shoemaker, Raymond L., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 131 

Short Henry M., 135 Elm St., Penn Yan 1584 

Short, Joseph R., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 1667 

Shultz, Charles A, Penn Yan. R. D. 4 1872 

Shultz, Frank, Penn Yan, R .D. 6 316 

Shultz, Harold J.. Himrod 1772 

Shultz, John C, Middlesex, R. D. 25 1340 

Shuman, John L, Rushville, R. D. 552 

Shutts, Paul M., 212 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 1034 

Sikaras, Frank P., 105 Main St., Penn Yan 1572 

Sikaras, Peter K., 105 Main St., Penn Yan 764 

Silliman, Harry A„ Himrod 967 



S : ll'man. Carl H. Middlesex, R. D. 

Simmons. Charles M, Wagener Court, Penn Yan 

Simmons, "William H., Wagener Court, Penn Yan 

Simmons, Howard E., 558 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

Simonsen, John, East Main St, Penn Yan 

Sisson. Arthur A., Branchport 

Sisson, Floyd W., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Sisson, Harold S., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

Sisson, Harry G., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

Slack. Charles A., Rushville, R. D. 23 

Slack, George H„ 20 Edwina St., Dundee 

Slack, Cleo R., Middlesex, R. D. 2 

Slack, Harry G., Dundee 

Slater, Claude A.. Dundee, R. D. 1 

Slocum, Fred E., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Slocum, John E , Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Sloyer. Henry W., Naples, R. D. 26 

Smalley, Dean L, Dundee, iR. D. 4 

Smith, Abijah B., Branchport. R. D. 2 

Smith, Albertus B., Middlesex 

Smith. Andrew A.. Himrod, R. D. 15 

Smith. Andrew J , Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

Smith, Charles F., Dundee 

Smith, Charles R., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Smith, Clarence A., 122 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

Smith. Edward B., 156 Water St., Penn Yan 

Smith, E. Eugene, Penn Yan. R. D. 9 

Smith, Fred, Penn Yan R. D. 8 

Smith. Fred H., 216 Hamilton St., Penn Yan 

Smith, Harry C, Water St., Dundee 

Smith, Harry M., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Smith, Horatio S., Dresden 

Smith, Ira A., Himrod 

Smith, John E., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Smith, John N, Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

Smith, Louis E ,, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Smith, Myron H,, 37 Edwina St., Dundee 

Smith, Rollie J., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Smith, William H., 322 Jacob St., Penn Y r an 

Smith, William H., Dresden 

Snook, Oliver W., Dundee, R. D. 2 

Snyder, Adelbert M., 115 Henry St., Penn Yan 

Snyder John W.. Branchport, R. D. 2 

Snyder, Sylvester, Naples, R. D. 7 

Snyder, William H.. 255 Lake St., Penn Yan 

Sones, George W., 315 Elm St., Penn Yan 

Sorensen, Horace U., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

Southall, Harry W., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

Southworth, Ralph, Dundee, R. D. 3 

Spear, Darwin W., 136 Brown St., Penn Yan 

Spears, Alonzo, 118 Cornwell St., Penn Yan 

Spelman, John, Branchport 

Spence. P.obert B.. Dundee. R. D. 4 

Spencer, Clarence D., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Spencer, Carto J.., 20 Hollister St., Dundee 

Spier, Leo C, 111 Burns Terrace, Penn Yan 

Spink, Azariah L., Dundee, R. D. 2 

Spoor, Ralph R., Himrod 

Sprague, Howard L„ Dundee, R. D. 1 

Sprague, Roy F„ 238 Head St., Penn Yan 

Sproul, Ernest L., 23 Harpending Ave , Dundee 

Squires, Stanley J., Branchport, R. D. 2 

Squires. William H, Bluff Point, |R. D. 11 

Sprague, Charles B., 339 Head St., Penn Yan 

Sprague, Everett H, 214 Head St , Penn Yan 

Sprague, Fred H., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

Sprague, John R., 339 Head St., Penn Yan 

Sprague, Howard J., Seneca St . Penn Yan 

Stalker. Freeman, Dundee, R. D. 4 

Standish, Harry M., Naples. R. D. 26 

Stanhope, Jay G., Hall, R. D. 1 

Stanton, Luther G., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Stape, Harry L., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

Stape, Murray J.. Rushville 

Stape, Newman W., Rushville, R. D. 2 

Staples. Clarence A., Himrod, R. D. 1 

Stevens, Ervln W., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

Stevens, Francis H, 235 Jacob St., Penn Y r an 

Stevens, William O., Penn Yan, ,R. D. 10 

Stever, James L, 138 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

Stever, Pearle H., Branchport, R. D. 1 

Stewart, George A., Prattsburgh, R. D. 4 

Still, Charles H., Dundee, R. D. 4 

Stone, Guy W., Rock Stream 

Stone, Howard C, Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

Stork, Lester H, 539 Liberty St., Penn Y'an 

Stoddard, Philo K , Middlesex, R. D. 24 

Stowell, Frank P., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

Strait, Fred E., Dundee. R. D. 4 

Strait, Edward B., Dundee, R. D. 1 

Stratton. Herman, 109 Jackson St., Penn Yan 

Strawway, Bertie E., Dundee, R. D. 1 

Strobridge, Clair B., Bridge St.. Dundee 

Strobridge, Glenn E , Penn Yan, R D. 6 

Stryker, Clarence A., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

Stryker, Earl. Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

Stryker. Floyd E., Bluff Point. R. D. 11 

Stryker, Harry, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

Stryker. William F., Himrod. 1',. I'. 1 

Sturdevant, Frank P, Penn Van, R. D. 2 

Summerson. James F., Himrod, R. D. 1 

Sunderlin, Asah J., Dundee, R. D. 1 

Sunderlin, George, 159 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

Suter, Henry A , Naples, R. D. 27 

Sutfin. Lvsle D., 5 Washington St., Dundee 

Sutherland. Edward B., 108 Hutton St., Penn Yan 

Sutherland, Ernest W., Branchport 

Sutherland, Fred C, Keuka Park 

Sutherland, Wesley R., Keuka Park 




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509 Swarthout, Bert B., Per.n Yan, R. D. 6 

916 Swarthout. Glenn, Branchport 

1734 Swarthout, Guy, 10 Harpending Ave , Dundee 

195 Swarthout, Oliver H., 140 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

1856 Swarthout, Ralph J, Dundee, R. D. 2 

1495 Swarthout, Roy E., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

1395 Swarthout, Walter J., Rushville, R. D. 23 

1853 Swarthout, William K , Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

587 Swarts, George E., Himrod, R. D. 1 

439 Swartwood. Arthur, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1462 Sweigart, John L., Dresden 

618 Swick, Bert, 132 Sheppard St., Penn Yan 

1401 Taylor, Alonzo P., Nsiples, R. ]}. 26 

1905 Taylor, Arthur C, 110 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

521 Taylor, Charles E., 305 Clinton St , Penn Yan 

1915 Taylor, George E., Penn Yan 

1497 Taylor, George W., 113 Elm St., Penn Yan 

1116 Taylor, Leon R., 304 Keuka St., Penn Yan 

247 Taylor, Samuel A, Dundee, R. D. 1 

1016 Tiers, Albert G., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1107 Tiers, Charles E., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

181 Tiers, Frank, Penn Yan. 

1051 Tiers, Lee W , Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1454 Tiers, Miles B., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

341 Tiers, Roy A., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

890 Tefft, Herman L, Dresden 

914 Templar, Josiah M.. Dundee, R. D. 4 

424 Tennant, Jerry W., Dundee, R. D. 2 

829 Terpolilli, Nick, 109 Franklin St, Penn Yan 

474 Tetor, Arthur J., Dundee, R. D. 3 

281 Tetor, Frank H., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1295 Thayer, George H , 204 Court St., Penn Yan 

1203 Thayer, Harry J., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1737 Thomas, Allen F., Branchport 

1088 Thomas, Elmer A., Himrod 

282 Thomas, Frank, Rock Stream, R. D. 21 
1567 Thomas, William, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
1445 Thompson, Chris C, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 
1895 Thompson, Clarence F, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

902 Thompson, Edward, 204 Lake St., Penn Yan 

628 Thompson. Grover, Naples, R. D .27 

206 Thompson, Lewis S., 523 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1786 Thompson, Lynn E., Central House, Penn Yan 

1636 Thompson, Wade B , Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1876 Thompson, Walter W., Naples, R. D. 27 

725 Thompson, William A., Rushville 

913 Thornton, Henry T., Lake St., Penn Yan 

1132 Tierney, John, Penn Yan, R D. 6 

953 Timmerman, Harold M., Branchport 

1303 Tinney, Frank A., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1898 Tinsley, Zina E., Rock Stream, R. D. 1 

1664 Titus, Albert R., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

214 Titus, Ernest E., Clinton St , Penn Yan 

1300 Tomes, Albert C, Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

349 Tomion, Albert J., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 
1693 Tompkins, George L., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 
1046 Tormey, William P., Dundee 

1843 Torrence, Burr W., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

537 Tower, Donald M., 28 Seneca St., Dundee 

1273 Townley, James P., Dundee, R. D. 4 

717 Townsend, Albert, Penn Yan, R, D. 10 

846 Townsend, Francis B , 334 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

851 Townsend, Harvey, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

353 Townsend, Herman R., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1796 Townsend, James A., 213 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 

746 Traver, Allen L , Penn Yan, R. D. 

1324 Travers, Peter J., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1545 Travis, Charles B., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

662 Travis, Claude M., Himrod, R. D. 15 

871 Travis, David, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1587 Travis, Grover C, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

942 Travis, John, Himrod, R. D. 15 

555 Travis, Stephen M., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1747 Travis, William, Himrod, R. D. 15 

1067 Travis, William, Water St., Dundee 

540 Travis, Willis, Dundee, R. D. 4 

893 Trenchard, Charles H, 126 Stark St., Penn Yan 

548 Trenchard, Clarence, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

1305 Trenchard, Fred D., Gage 

492 Trenchard, George W., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1690 Trenchard, Marshall F., Himrod, R. D. 1 

1353 Trenchard, Samuel G., 207 Liberty St;, Penn Yan 

500 Tripp, Earl G, Dundee, R. D. 1 

838 Tubbs, Josiah M., 131 Brown St., Penn Yan 

350 Tunney, Thomas, 218 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 
771 Turner, Eugene M., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

464 Turner, Garfield T., Penn Yan 

1119 Turner, George W., Potter 

1282 Turner, Samuel C, 116 Stark St., Penn Yan 

1035 Turner, Willard W., Bellona 

1081 Tuttle, Myron M., Dundee, R. D. 2 

129 Tuttle, William, Branchport, R. D. 13 

403 Twitchell, Harry S., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1619 Tylee, William J., 314 Clinton St., Penn Yan 

231 Tyler, Francis M., 118 Walnut St., Penn Yan 

1855 Tyler, Frank i£L, Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1775 Tyler, John D., Middlesex, R. D. 1 

1357 Uhl, John D. f Branchport, R. D. 1 

917 Underwood, James H., Middlesex 
1044 Upson, Frank E., Dundee, R. D. 4 
1621 Utter, Warren, Naples, R. D. 26 

1086 Valentine, Herbert L., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1658 Vallimont, George E, 178 Seneca St., Penn Yan 

636 Van Amringe, James W., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

599 Van Cise, David E., Himrod, R. D. 15 

1412 Van Devanter, Charles R;, Dresden 



Yan 
Yan 



Penn Yan 



1336 Van Epps, Louis D.. Middlesex, R. D. 2 

146 Van Etten, Philip N., Dundee, R. D. 1 

939 Van Gelder, Lyman D., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1354 Van Gelder, William, Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

488 Van Gelder, William H , 212 Elm St., Penn Yan 

507 Van Gelder, William N., Penn Yan, R. D. 10 

1825 Van Gorden, Charles W., Dundee, R. D. 2 

1396 Van Housen, Clark D., Middlesex, R. D. 32 

1767 Van Houten, Roy L., Dresden 

866 Van Scoter, Middlesex, R. D. 25 

1126 Van Tuyl, John E., Branchport, R. D. 1 

1346 Vaughn, Elmer D., 87 Seneca St., Dundee 

710 Vaughn, Ralph W , Dundee, R. D. 1 

1248 Verkruzen, Theodore A., Penn Yan 

852 Vickory, John O., 214 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 

1830 Vinall, James C, Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

299 Vincent, R B. Garfield, Dundee, R. D. 4 

1219 Voak, Olney, Gage 

1289 Voorhees Belmont M., Rushville, R. D. 

833 Voorhees, Henry E., Rushville 

1695 Voorhees. Stanley E., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1265 Vosburgh, Lou E., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

716 Vrooman, Harry B., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

1579 Wagar, Fenton H., Rushville, R. D. 2 

1466 Wager, Forest L., Penn fan, R. D. 4 

1125 Waggoner, Edward M., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

248 Walbridg-e, Frank G., 149 Water St, Penn Yan 

984 Walbridg-e, Philo, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

92 Waldron, Bert B., Rushville 

1244 Walker, Edwin J., Jr., South Ave , Penn 

431 Walker, John W., 217 Clinton St., Penn 

797 Walther, Burt C, Middlesex 

1355 Wallace, William M., Branchport, R. D. 12 
927 Walling, Daniel H, Penn Yan, R. D. 6 
947 Walrath, William N., 241 E. Main St 

21 Walton, Griffin B., Dundee, R. D. 4 

1776 Walton, Stanley R., 83 Hollister St, Dundee 

679 Warner, Wesley J., Dundee 

1848 Warren, Charles W., Dundee, R. D. 1 

409 Warren, Harold C, Penn Yan, R D. 1 

1642 Warren, Ray T., Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

426 Warren, Rollin E., Union St., Dundee 

1852 Washburn, Harry C, Middlesex 

1074 Waterman, Jeaness, Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

937 Waters, Maurice A., Dundee, R. D. 2 

336 Watkins, Charles M., 228 Hamilton St , Penn Yan 

433 Watkins, Edward T., 133 Stark St., Penn Yan 

323 Waugh, Floyd, 12 Hollister St., Dundee 

1182 Wayand, Leon, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

1591 Wegman, William F, 133 Brown St., Penn Yan 

794 Weichbrodt, James |R, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

504 Welker, George E., Dresden 

1041 Welch, Leslie R., Penn Yan, R. D. 5 

873 Welch, Alfred L., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

502 Welch, Ezra P., 539 Liberty St , Penn Yan 

372 Welch, Jesse L., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

309 Wells, James E., Penn Yan, R. D 8 

789 Welter Orville, 35 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 

327 Wentsel, Lawrence L., 94 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 

156 Werly, Henry L., 614 Liberty St, Penn Yan 
870 West, James, Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

126 West, Rodell. 141 Lake St., Penn Yan 

1154 Westervelt, Elmore L., Rushville, R. D 2 

1277 Wetmore, Carl A., Prattsburgh, R. D. 4 

579 Whalen, Irving T., 123 Head St, Penn Yan 

149 Wheat, Lewis H., Starkey 

1040 Wheat, William H, Dundee, R. D. 4 

1118 Wheatley, William H„ 322 Liberty St, Penn Yan 

699 Wheeler, Fred S., Bluff Point, R D. 1 

407 Wheeler, James R., 425 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1436 Wheeler, Jesse P., Penn Yan 

321 Wheeler, John G, S3 Bigelow Ave., Dundee 

1106 Wheeler, Lloyd A., Penn Yan, E. D 7 

404 Wheeler Roy E., 400 Liberty St. Penn Yan 

1784 Whitaker, Fred C, 121 Court St, Penn Yan 

97 Whitbeck. Royal E., 201 Lawrence St., Penn Yan 

1764 White, Arthur H., Dundee, R. D. 1 

822 White, Charles R, Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

78 White, George H., Penn Yan, R. D. 1 

786 "White, James F., Rock Stream, R. D. 21 

933 White, Sidney E , Bluff Point, R. D. 1 

276 White, Spencer A., Penn Yan, R. D. 3 

1110 Whitfield, Charles S., 323 Liberty St., Penn Yan 

1691 Whitman, William A., Rushville, R D. 2 

705 Wickum, Johnie W., Middlesex, R. D. 25 

80 "Wilcox, Burton D., Lakemont 

1845 Wilcox, Harvey E., Dundee 

1315 Wilcox, Orison L, Lakemont 

1006 Wild, Charles G., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 

1193 Wild, William C, Gage 

653 Wilhelm. Mark L., 248 Jacob St., Penn Yan 

285 Wilkin, Willis G, 21 Hollister St., Dundee 

956 Wilkins William J., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 

227 Willis, William C, Himrod 

943 Willett, Charles E., Penn Yan, R. D. 4 

1137 Willett, James D., Bluff Point, R. D. 11 

368 AVilloughby, George S., 123 Walnut St , Penn Yan 

769 Willson, Earl F., Gage 

1162 Wilson, Warren H.. Naples, R. D. 26 

954 Wilson, Irving E , Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

807 Wilson, Peter H., 235 Lake St., Penn Yan 

707 Windnagle, Dewey Fenton, 303 Liberty St., Penn 
Yan 

1881 Windnagle, Jerome A., Branchport 

157 Wing-ate, Charles A., Penn Yan, R. D. 8 
292 Winkworth, Cyril G., Branchport 

158 Winship, Karl, Penn Yan, R. D. 1 
185 Winship, Vick, Penn Yan, R. D. 9 



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1818 Winton, Hugh, 32 Hollister St., Dundee 

8l2 Wixom, Charles -L.., Dundee 

1007 Wlxom, Rodney J., Dundee, R. D. 3 

394 Wood, Charles H., Rushville 

857 Wood, Clarence H., Branchport 

838 Wood Edgar Adelbert, Naples. R. D. 27 

84") Wood, George H., Brar.chport 

1496 Wood. Leon P., Penn Yan, R. D. 6 

994 Wood, Lynn A, Penn Yan. R. D. 6 

634 Wor L man, Henry O., Dundee, R. D. 1 

1357 Wortman. William R., 134 Lake St., Penn Yan 

1165 Wren, Arthur. 205 Elm St. Penn Yan 

237 Wren. William. Penn Yan, R. D. 2 

301 Wright, Clarence B., Penn Yan, R. D. 7 

193 Wright, Edward P, Naples, R. D. 26 

765 Wright, Fred Gage 

556 Wright, Herbert E, Penn Yan, U. D. 7 

1741 Wright, Perry W., Penn Yan, R. D. 9 



493 Wright. William W . Jr., Branchport. R. D. 2 

1353 Wvckoff. Harry. Branchport 

1455 Wyman. Burnett W.. Middlesex. R. D. 

12 15 Wyman. Frank T.. Middlesex, R. D. 

1170 Wyman. James F, Penn Yan. R. D. 4 

1715 Wyman. Wendell B.. Middlesex 

41"J l'iirser, Jacob A-, Dundee, R. D. 3 

989 Yarnall, George H.. 133 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

1174 Yawger, Scott S, 97 Seneca St.. Dundee 

1338 Yetter, Hobart R, 126 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

1233 Yetter, Isaac L.. 104 E. Main St., Penn Yan 

1801 Yetter, Robert X.. 227 E. Main St.. Penn Yan 

180 Yonge. Lee B, 313 Court St., Penn Yan 

1037 Young, George A., 105 Cherry St, Penn Yan 

125S Zimmerman, Clyde, IIS Lake St., Penn Van 



STATISTICAL 



The following were in charge of the registration, 
by election districts, and, as in former enrollments, 
all acted without pay: 

Barrington Arthur J. Bellis 

Benton, 1 Arthur Newcomb 

Benton, 2 Charles S. Butcher 

Benton, 3 Lars C. Anderson 

Italy George Thompson 

Jerusalem, 1 Rolla P. Bishop 

Jerusalem, 2 Guy Herries 

Jerusalem, 3 Chester Culver 

Middlesex, 2 L. Case Williams 

Milo, 1 Arthur Jessup 

Milo, 2 Frank R. Durry 

Milo, 3 Adelbert T. Beardslee 

Milo, 4 Wilmer Davis 

Milo, 5 George F. Mapes 

Milo, 6 Glenn Owen 

Milo, 7 Marvin Spooner 



Potter, 1 Oliver Goodrich 

Potter, 2 Roy Hobart 

Starkey. 1 Robert S. Wall 

Starkey, 2 Bertram E. Hunt 

Torrey Charles Ryal 



The registrants, according to age, were: 



18 years 102 

19 years 108 

20 years 101 

21 years 9 

23 years 1 

26 years 1 

27 years 1 

32 years 94 

33 years 129 

34 years 117 

35 years 100 



36 years 106 

3 7 year 123 

38 years 128 

39 years 119 

40 years 99 

41 years 99 

42 years 128 

43 years 115 

44 years 134 

45 years 115 



19 NATIONS AT WAR 



DATES IN WHICH THEY ENTERED THE CONFLICT 



Austria v. B.lgium August 23, 1914 

Austria v. Montenegro August 9, 1914 

Austria v. Russia August 6, 1914 

Austria v. Serbia July 28, 1914 

Brazil v. Germany September 26, 1917 

Bulgaria v. Serbia October 14, 1915 

China v. Austria August 14, 1917 

China v. Germany August 14, 1917 

Cuba v. Germany April 7, 1917 

France v. Austria August 12, 1914 

France v. Bulgaria October 18, 1915 

France v. Germany August 3, 1914 

Germany v. France August 3, 1914 

Germany v. Portugal March 9, 1916 

Germany v. Russia August 1, 1914 

Great Britain v. Bulgaria October 16, 1915 

Great Britain v. Austria August 12, 1914 

Great Britain v. Germany August 5, 1914 

Great Britain v. Turkey November 5, 1914 



Greece (provisional government) v. Bulgaria .. 

November 28, 1916 

Greece (provisional government) v. Germany . . 

November 28, 1916 

Greece v. Bulgaria July 2, 1917 

Greece v. Germany July 2, 1917 

Italy v. Austria August 21, 1915 

Italy v. Bulgaria October 19, 1914 

Italy v. Germany August 28, 1916 

Japan v. Germany August 23, 1914 

Liberia v. Germany August 4, 1917 

Montenegro v. Austria August 10, 1914 

Panama v. Germany April 7, 1917 

Roumania v. Austria August 27, 1916 

Serbia v. Turkey December 2, 1914 

Siam v. Austria July 21, 1917 

Siam v. Germany July 21, 1917 

Turkey v. Allies November 23, 1914 

Turkey v. Roumania August 29, 1916 

United States v. Germany April 6, 1917 



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(1) Vincent Beche 

<li) Harry Bolster 

(.!> George Ellis 

(4) Ernest Hill 




(«) 
(7> 

(8) 



John Iloban 
Homer Hood 
Harolcl >lolinson 
Raymond Millis 
Harry 31aloney 



(10) Joseph Miller 

(11) Harold Parsons 

(12) Oliver Reaves 

(13) Prank Schofieid 




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IN SERVICE OF REGULAR ARMY OR NAVY 



AT DECLARATION OF WAR. APRIL 6. 1917 



ALLEN, ARTHUR LEE, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June 28, 1916, in Com- 
pany B, 3d New York Infantry. Sent to Mexican 
Border. Furloughed to reserve. Re-called at 
Geneva, N. Y., April 7, 1917, and sent to Camp 
Wadsworth, South Carolina, and assigned to Com- 
pany B., 108th Infantry, 27th Division. Sailed for 
overseas May 10th, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, May 23, 1918. In battles at Arras, St. 
Quentin, Cambrai and Ypres. Transferred to Of- 
ficers' Training School at Langres, France, 83d 
Division, as instructor. Appointed Corporal May 
7, 1917, at Geneva, N. Y. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. (Benton). 

BEEBE, VINCENT, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June 21, 1916, in Com- 
pany B, 3d Infantry, National Guard State New 
York. Discharged at Geneva, N. Y., April 10, 1917. 
Again enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., October 27, 1917. 
Sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Per- 
manent Personnel, Medical Detachment. Dis- 
charged at Fort Slocum, N. Y., December 31, 
1918. (Milo). 

BOLSTER, HARRY S., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Sayre, Penn., August 14, 1916, in Ma- 
chine Gun Company, 13th Pennsylvania National 
Guard. Sent to Camp Stewart, El Paso, Texas, 
bridge duty; 108th Machine Gun Battery. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Hancock, Georgia. Sailed for over- 
seas May 1, 1918, arriving at St. Nazaire, France, 
May 12, 1918, with the 108th Machine Gun Bat- 
talion. In Marne offensive, Vesle-Aisne offensive, 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, Thiacourt Sector. 
Wounded at Condembrie, France, July 17, 1918, 
by shell fragment in left hand. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., April 26, 1918. (Middlesex). 

BUTLER, CHARLES, Sergeant, 

Enlisted December 18, 1915, at Fort Porter, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Sent to Columbus Barracks, O., and 
assigned to Recruit Co. 12. Transferred to Co. I, 
17th Infantry at Eagle Pass, Tex., and served on 
the Mexican Border with that organization at 
Columbus, New Mexico, from April 23, 1916, to 
February 5, 1917. Transferred to Camp Cotton, 
El Paso, Texas; to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., Com- 
pany I, 56th Infantry; to Camp Meade, Md., 14th 
Company, 154th Development Battalion, and Bat- 
tery A, 33d Field Artillery (demobilized about 
Nov. 29, 1918) ; assigned to Co. I, 71st Infantry. 
Transferred December 28, 1918, to Fort Totten, 
N. Y., and assigned to 4th Company. Promoted 
Corporal June 5th, 1917, at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. ; 



promoted Sergeant September 8, 1917, at Camp 
Meade, Md. Furloughed to the reserve at Fort 
Totten, N. Y., June 12, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

CONNOLLY, HENRY 0., Private. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., July 27, 1916, in Com- 
pany B, 3d National Guard, State of New York. 
Company B of the National Guard (N. Y.) served 
on the Mexican Border. Discharged at Rochester, 
N. Y., April 15, 1917, under General Orders for 
the discharge of all married men having depend- 
ents. (Starkey). 

EDWARDS, HENRY B,, 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June 26, 1S96, in Com- 
pany B., 3d National Guard, State New York. 
(Barrington). 

ELLIS, GEORGE CHARLES, Boatsmate, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., August 14, 1913, and 
sent to Newport, Rhode Island, as apprentice sea- 
man. Assigned to U. S. S. "Rowan" (destroyer). 
Discharged at Boston Navy yard as seaman, 2d 
class, September 17, 1916. Re-enlisted Septem- 
ber 18, 1916, as seaman 1st class, on the U. S. S. 
"Rowan." April 2, 1917, the ship was stripped for 
action and equipped for foreign duty. April 7, 

1917, sailed from New York for Europe, arriving 
at Queenstown Naval Base, Ireland, May 18, 1917, 
and May 22 was on duty in the war zone, con- 
voying troop ships to St. Nazaire and Brest, 
France, and to Liverpool. England; also convoy- 
ing mail ships. February, 1918, Mr. Ellis was 
transferred to U. S. S. "Bridget," transport troop 
ship. Transferred to U. S. S. "McKee", at Mare 
Island Training Station, California, October, 

1918. Assigned to U. S. S. "Victoria," merchant 
ship, November, 1918, arriving in New York Har- 
bor December 23, 1918. Mr. Ellis was promoted 
to Coxswain at Mare Island Training Station, 
California; to Boatswain, 2nd class, on U. S. S. 
"Victoria"; to Boatsmate, 1st class, on U. S. S. 
"Cape May." Mr. Ellis is serving an unexpired en- 
listment. (Milo). 

HILL, ERNEST EARL, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., April 24, 1916. Sent to 
Columbus Barracks, Ohio, and assigned to 12th 
Recruit Co. Sent to Douglas, Arizona, and as- 
signed to Company E, 13th U. S. Infantry, with 
which served on the Mexican Border from June 
10, 1916, to Juno 1. 1917. Sailed from New York 
City June 10, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, 
France, June 23. Served in Company E, 18th U. S. 
Infantry, 1st Division, in Luneville sector, Octo- 




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ber 21 to November 20, 1917; Toul sector, Janu- 
ary 16 to April 3, 1918; Montdidier-Noyon, April 
25 to July 7 (Cantigny battle, May 28-30) ; Aisne. 
Marne, July 18-25; Saizerais, August 7-24; St. 
Mihiel, September 12-14. Wounded at Cantigny, 
May 29, 1918, by machine gun bullet in right side, 
and at St. Mihiel, September 12, 1918, shell wound 
in right shoulder. In Army of Occupation at Sel- 
ters from December 1, 1918, to August 17, 1919. 
Returned to the United States September 4, 1919. 
Promoted Corporal May 17, 1917, at Douglas, 
Arizona. Promoted Sergeant June 15, 1917, at 
sea. Cited for gallantry in G. O. S , Headquarters 
1st Infantry Brigade, series of 1919. Furloughed 
to the reserve at Louisville, Ky., April 25, 1920. 
(Starkey). 

HOBAN, JOHN CARR, JR., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, June 23, 
1916. Assigned to Recruit Company. Transferred 
to Fort Scriven, Savannah, Georgia, and assign- 
ed to 3d Company, Coast Artillery Corps. Trans- 
ferred to Fort Adams, Rhode Island, and assign- 
ed to 8th Provisional Regiment, Coast Artillery 
Corps. Sailed August 25, 1917, arriving at Bor- 
deaux, France, September 24, 1918, and assigned 
to Company A, 344th Battalion Tank Corps, in- 
dividual unit. In battles at Soissons, St. Mihiel, 
and Meuse-Argonne. Wounded at Flaville, France, 
October 10, 1918, by shrapnel and slightly gassed. 
Appointed Corporal while at Fort Scriven, and 
Sergeant at Camp Meade, Maryland, June 1, 1919. 
Discharged at (Milo). 

HOOD, HOMER HAROLD, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., January 21, 1916, in 
Company A, 3d National Guard, State New York, 
and was sent to the Mexican Border, returning 
to Rochester October 5, 1916. Sailed from New- 
port News, Virginia, May 10, 1918, arriving at 
Brest, France, May 23, 1918. Member of Company 
A, 108th Infantry, 27th Division. In battles at Hin- 
denburg Line, September 29. Vierstaat Ridge, 
August 31 to September 2; East Poperinghe 
Line, July 9 to August 20; Dickebusch Sector, 
Belgium, August 21 to August 30, 1918. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. (Tor- 
rey). 

JOHNSON, HAROLD H., Private, 1st Class. 

(Official)— Harold H. Johnson, (106587), Penn 
Yan. Enlisted at Ft. Scriven, Ga., March 2, 1917. 
Born Penn Yan. Age 18 9-12 years. Organizations: 
Co. D, 26th Inf. to Jan. 2, 1918; Co. C, 2d Brigade 
M. G. Battalion to death. Private March 2, 1917; 
private, 1st class, Jan. 21 ,1918. Served overseas 
June 14, 1917 to death. Killed in action May 28, 
1918. No other wounds. Notify Fred E Johnson, 
father, R. D. 1, Penn Yan. 



vices. Pvt. 1st CI. Harold H. Johnson, Co. C, 3rd 
M. G. Bn 

who was killed in action 
Near Cantigny, France, May 28, 1918 

Official: By Command of 

R. E. Praile Major General Summerall 

Lieutenant Colonel, A. G. D., Stephen O. Puqua, 
Division Adjutant. Col. G. S. C. of C. 



Headquarters' 
FIRST DIVISION 
"The Commander-in-Chief has noted in this Di- 
vision a special pride of service and a high state 
of morale never broken by hardship nor battle". 
G. O. No. 201, G. H. O., A. E. F. 10. Nov. 1918 
General Orders, No. 1 January 1, 1920. 
(Extract No. 4467) 
The Division Commander 
Cites the following officers and soldiers for gal- 
lantry in action and especially meritorious ser- 



Army of the United States of America 

To all who shall see these presents, greeting: 

This is to Certify that 

HAROLD H. JOHNSON 

Private 1st Class, Company C, 2d Brigade, Ma- 
chine Gun Battation 
died with honor in the service of his country 
on the twenty-eighth day of May, 1918. 
Given at Washington, D. C, office of The Adju- 
tant General of the Army this eighth day of 
June, one thousand nine hundred and twenty. 
I. ERWIN, Adjutant General. 

LATHROP, ALBERT, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Columbus, Ohio, December 8, 1912. 
Sent to camp in Texas, and with the exception 
of twenty-three months in France and five weeks 
in Jacksonville, Florida, all his time has been 
spent in camps in Texas. He was with the B. Com- 
pany 23 Infantry, when it sailed for France, Sep- 
tember 2, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, Septem- 
ber 16, 1917. Mr. Lathrop was in five battle fronts 
and was in the Mont Blanc drive when he was 
captured and held prisoner fourteen days. Af- 
ter escaping, Mr. Lathrop was assigned to Head- 
quarters Troop, 2d Division, of which contingent 
he is still a member. (Potter). 

LECLAIRE, LAWRENCE, U. S. Navy. 

Enlisted at Buffalo November 1, 1915. (Jerusa- 
lem). 

MALONEY, HARRY, Lieutenant- Colonel, Ordnance, 

IT. S. A. 

Was appointed to the Military Academy from 
Dundee, N. Y., winning his appointment in a 
competitive examination. The appointment was 
awarded by the late Sereno E. Payne. Entered the 
class of 1912 on March 2, 1908, and graduated 
with it June 12, 1912. Upon graduation was as- 
signed to the 10th U. S. Infantry and reported to 
that regiment for duty on September 2, 1912, as 
Second Lieutenant. The regiment was at that 
time stationed in the Panama Canal Zone. Re- 
mained on duty with the 10th Infantry in the 
Canal Zone until December 31, 1915. The next 
regiment to which he was assigned upon his re- 
turn from foreign service was the twenty-sixth 
Infantry which was at that time scattered along 
the Texas border. Joined the 1st Battalion, sta- 
tioned in Harlingen, Texas. Was on regular pa- 
trol and border duty with this regiment until the 
Punitive expeditions into Mexico brought the 
Mexican troubles to a crisis and the National 
Guard troops were ordered to the border. Was 
then detailed to assist in the organization of a 
machine gun company for the third Texas Infan- 
try. Upon the completion of this duty, July 19, 
1916, was detailed as Inspector-Instructor of 
Third Texas Infantry and was later alternated 
between the 2d and 3d Regiments of Texas Infan- 
try. On September 5, 1916, was detailed to assist 
in the organization of, and to act as an instructor 



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in, a school of machine gun fire which was duly 
started in Harlingen, Texas, for the instruction 
of all troops armed with the machine gun and 
stationed in the Brownsville district. Remained on 
duty with the school until February 27, 1917, 
when he was transferred at his own request to 
the Third Field Artillery, stationed at Fort Sam 
Houston, Texas. Remained on duty with "B" Bat- 
tery of that regiment until May 24, 1917, when 
acting under orders from the Adjutant General, 
proceeded to Springfield Armory, Mass., to assist 
in organizing and to act as an instructor in a 
school for the training of machine gun mechanics, 
etc. Ordered overseas to study the installation 
of machine guns, cannon, etc , in aeroplanes, and 
proceeded on October 15, 1917. 

Upon arrival in France, reported to the Chief 
Ordnance Officer for duty and was by him as- 
signed for duty with the air service headquarters, 
as these headquarters had been requesting the 
services of several officers with machine gun ex- 
perience. One of the officers who accompanied 
him overseas was Lieutenant (later Captain) 
Frank Short, from Penn Yan. 

Remained on duty with the American Expedi- 
tionary Force, as Chief of the Aircraft Armament 
Section of the Ordnance Department until Janu- 
ary 12, 1918, when he went to England and later 
to the United States on duties connected with the 
Aircraft Armament Section. Returned to France 
July 22, 1918, and remained there until the close 
of the war and the signing of the armistice. Re- 
turned to the United States for station in Wash- 
ington on March 27, 1919. Was awarded the Dis- 
tinguished Service Medal by the C in C. in France, 
July, 1919. 

The dates of promotions are as follows: Pro- 
moted First Lieutenant of Infantry, about July 15, 
1916; Captain of Field Artillery, about May 15, 
1917; Major of Ordnance, January 25, 1918; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of Ordnance, September 3, 1918. 
(Starkey). 

MILLER, JOSEPH B., Private. 

Enlisted at Corning, N. Y., December 3, 1913. 
Sent to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, and assigned 
to 13th Recruit Company, Cavalry. Transferred 
to Fort Texas, Texas, Battery B., 4th Field Ar- 
tillery; Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Battery A, 9th Field 
Artillery. In service. (Milo). 

MILLIS, RAYMOND HENRY, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Columbus Barracks, O , June 24, 1916, 
and assigned to 22d Recruit Company. Trans- 
ferred to Fort Scriven, Savannah, Georgia, and 
assigned to 3d Company, Coast Artillery Corps, 
then to Headquarters Company. Sailed July 11, 
1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, July 28, 1918. 
Member Battery A, 64th Artillery, Coast Artillery 
Corps, 34th Separate Brigade. With American 
Expeditionary Force in France July 23, 1918, to 
February 24, 1919. Appointed Corporal at Fort 



Scriven, Ga., November 19, 1917. Furloughed to 
reserve July 22, 1919. (Milo). 

MORRIS, ARTHUR M. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 21, 1915. U. S. 
Navy. (Starkey). 

OWENS, HOWARD. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., January 10, 1914, 
in Coast Artillery Corps. (Milo). 

PARSONS, HAROLD L., Major, T T . S. M. C. 

Sailed for overseas from New York City February 
12, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, February 25, 
1918. Major First Replacement Battalion, U. S. 
Marines, March, April, May; First Corps School, 
June; Fourth Regiment, 3d Division for Obser- 
vation, July 8-15; Fifth Regiment Marines, July 
22 to October 8; First Training Regiment Octo- 
ber 15 to December 15. In battles at Chateau- 
Thierry, July 8-15; Porit a Mousson, August 8- 
18; St. Mihiel, September 12; Blanc Mont, Oc- 
tober 2-18, 1918. In service in Dominian Repub- 
lic. (Milo). 

REAVES, OLIVER W., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at New York City, December 11, 1914. 
Served at Camp Empire, Canal Zone, Company 
C, 5th Infantry; Camp Beauregard, La., Com- 
pany C, 33d Infantry; Camp Pike, Ark , Company 
A, 409th Service Battalion. Promoted Corporal 
May 11, 1916, at Camp Empire, Canal Zone. Pro- 
moted Sergeant May, 1917, at Camp Beauregard, 
La. Discharged at Camp Pike, Ark., June 7, 1919. 
Re-enlisted for one year June 7, 1919, at Camp 
Pike, Ark. (Milo). 

SCHOFIELD, FRANK HERMAN, Captain, U. S. N". 

Graduated Naval Academy, 1890. Promotions: 
Ensign, July 1, 1892; Lieutenant, March 3, 1899; 
Lieutenant-Commander, July 1, 1905; Com- 
mander, January 29, 1911. Captain, July 1, 1917. 
On staff of commander U. S. Naval forces in Eu- 
rope, December 1917-December 1918; U. S. Naval 
Advisory Staff to Peace Commission, Paris, De- 
cember, 1918-May, 1919; Captain, U. S. S. Texas. 
(Milo). 

STONE, CLARENCE E., Radio Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, Janu- 
ary 26, 1914; 18th Company, Coast Artillery 
Corps, Fort Mills, Philippine Islands, March 1, 
1914, to AprM 11, 1916; 157th Company, Coast Ar- 
tillery Corps, May 15, 1916, to January 25, 1917; 
10th Company, C. D. of C, Canal Zone, June 1, 
1917, to May 29, 1918; Coast Artillery School at 
Fort Monroe, Virginia, June 6, 1918, to October 
1, 1918. Sailed from Newport News, Va., October 
21, 1918, and arrived at St. Nazaire, France, No- 
vember 1, 1918. Member 45th Artillery, Non-com- 
missioned Staff. Mr. Stone was awarded a cer- 
tificate of merit for services during an uprising 
in the Philippines in 1915. (Starkey). 




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(1) Harvey Bellis 

(2) Glenn nibble 
Charles Grace 

Harry Matteson 
Benjamin Stn relevant 
Valentine Allen 



(3) 
<4) 
(5) 




(7) Lewis Catlin (13) 

(8) Earl Conley (14) 
(!)) Hollis Culver (15) 

(10) Harold Conklin (16) 

(11) Frank Goldsmith (17) 

(12) Frew Hopkins (IS) 



Lars Larsen 
Roy Metcalf 
Leon MaeUonald 
Alfred Williams 
Henry Eckert 
Sheldon Barrus 



(19) .Joseph Brady, Jr. 

(20) Ferris Burt 

(21) Herbert Comstock 

(22) Carroll Daniels 

(23) I'lilmn Folts 

(24) Edward Grady 



(25) George Grady 




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ENLISTMENTS 



BARRINGTON 

BELLIS, HARVEY RUSSEIL, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June IS, 1917, and sent 
to Syracuse Recruit Camp, Syracuse, N. Y., and 
assigned to Camp Hospital, June 21 to October 
14. Assigned to Medical Detachment, 50th Infan- 
try, October 15th, 1917; Camp Green, Char- 
lotte, North Carolina, November 2, 1917, to 
February 11, 1918; Wilmington, Delaware, 
February 13 to July 7; Camp Merritt, New 
Jersey, July 7 to October 5; Camp Sevier, Green- 
ville, South Carolina, October 7 to December 5; 
C:mp Dix, N. J., December 7, 1918, to March 10, 
1919. Discharged and re-enlisted for overseas 
duty and sailed from Hoboken, N. J., October 
18, 1919, arriving at Brest, France, October 30, 
1919. Medical Department, 50th Infantry, 2d In- 
fantry Brigade, American forces in Germany. In 
Army of Occupation at Mayen, Germany, from 
November 7, 1919. In service. 

BLODGETT, LAWRENCE T. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., January, 1918. Company 
K, 50th Infantry. 

CARROLL, DUANE NELSON, 3d Quartermaster. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y , April 17, 1917, and 
sent to Newport, Rhode Island, and assigned to 
U. S. S. "Wyoming", and was then transferred 
to the "Alabama," "Aeolus", "George Washing- 
ten". On the latter ship Mr. Carroll was appoint- 
ed Seaman Gun Pointer. These vessels convoy- 
ed troops to Europe. The first trip was made 
July 13, 1917, arriving at Brest, France, July 29, 

1917. Was sent to Paulac, France, where he was 
fitted for service with the Naval 14-inch Battery, 
and then proceeded to Verdun, where he was sta- 
tioned in active service about two months, when 
he was returned to the "George Washington." 
Transferred to the "West Indian," freighter, and 
made trips between Liverpool, London, England, 
Queenotown, Ireland, Cardiff, Wales. Transferred 
to the "Calamares", a transport, bringing troops 
home. Discharged at New York, N. Y., August 21, 
1919. 

DIBBLE, GLENN EVERETT, Seaman, 2d Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y, and sworn into the ser- 
vice at Buffalo, N. Y., July 16, 1918, and assign- 
ed to General Service. At Great Lakes Training 
School, Illinois, July 17 to September 6; Phila- 
delphia Navy Yard, September 7 to October 13. 
Sailed from Hoboken, Pier 2, October 16, 1918, 
arriving at Brest, France, October 25, 1918; On 
Super-dreadnaught "Arkansas" November 20, 

1918, to January 23, 1919; Norfolk Navy Yard, 
January 23 to January 29; on freighter "Evans- 
ville" January 29 to February 8; Norfolk Navy 
Yard, February 8 to March 3, 1919. Discharged at 
Norfolk Navy Yard March 3, 1919. 



GRACE, CHARLES OLIVER, 1st Lieutenant, V. ('., U. 
S. A, 

Commissioned 2d Lieutenant, Veterinary Corps, 
July 16, 1917, at Dundee, N. Y. Called into active 
service October 22, 1917, at Fort Oglethorpe, 
Georgia, and assigned to 11th United States Cav- 
alry until October 25, 1918. On duty as student 
officer at Camp Greenleaf, Ga., October 25, 191S. 
to January 24, 1919. On duty as Camp Veterinar- 
ian, Camp Furlong, Columbus, New Mexico, and 
also Veterinarian 12th Cavalry, same place, Jan- 
uary 24 to October 20. October 20, 1919, on duty 
with Zone Supply Office, Chicago, Illinois. Com- 
mission in Regular Army. 

MATTASON, HARRY ALBERT, Painter, 2d Class. 

Enlisted in the U. S. Navy at Elmira, N. Y., June 
7, 1917, for four years, and was sent to the Re- 
ceiving Ship at Philadelphia, Penn. August 2 
was assigned to the U. S. S. "Michigan"; March 
4, 1918, to the U. S. S. "Illinois"; September 4 to 
the Receiving Ship at Norfolk, Virginia. Rating: 
Fireman, 2d class; Fireman, 1st class; Painter 
2d class. In trips to Queenstown, Cuba and the 
Panama Canal Zone. Discharged at New York 
from Receiving Ship, February 7, 1913, on ac- 
count of dependents. 

STUEDEVANT, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Musician. 

Enlisted at Corning, N. Y., June IS, 1918. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 25th Re- 
cruit Company. Transferred to Fort Slocum, N. 
Y, 25th Recruit Company; Fort Benjamin Har- 
rison, and to Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed from New 
York September 13, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, September 23, 1918, with 19th Division 
Band and 5th Army Service Corps Band. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., July 10, 1919. 

BENTON 

ALLEN, VALENTINE P., Private. 

(Official)— Valentine P. Allen, (51402), R. D. 1. 
Ferguson's Corners, N. Y. Enlisted at Camp Syra- 
cuse July 10, 1917. Born Sayre, Pa. Age 18 7-12 
years. Organizations: Co. I, 23 Inf., July 10, 1917 
to March 9, 1918; headquarters' Co., 3d Brigade, 
2d Division to Oct. 5, 1918. Private. Served over- 
seas Sept. 17, 1917 to Oct. 5, 1913. Died of bron- 
cho-pneumonia Oct. 5, 1918. Notify Mrs. Jessie M. 
Allen, mother, R. D. 1, Benton, N. Y. 

CATLIN, LEWIS EDWARD, Coxswain, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 3, 1917, and sent 
<o Training Station at Newport, ftaotio Island, 
May 3 to June 15, 1917; U. S. S. "Georgia", June 
15, 1917 to July 13, 1D19: U. S. S. "Fionda" July 
13 to August 13, 1919; Bay Ridge Receiving Ship, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., August 13 to August 29, 1919. 
Discharged at Receiving Ship at New York, N. 
Y, August 29, 1919. 



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CONKLIN, HAROLD WELCHER, Private. 

Enlisted at New York City, June 2, 1917. Sent to 
Camp Crane, AUeutown, Pa.. Auguft 1, 1917, and 
assigned to Section 560, U. S. Army Ambulance 
Service. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., June 12, 1918, 
and arrived at Genoa, Italy, June 27. Served in 
Section 560, United States Army Ambulance Ser- 
vice with the Italian Army. In American School- 
Universite de Clermont-Ferrand, March 1, 1919, to 
July 1, 1919. Served with Italian Army, June 27 
to September 2, 1918. Battles, St. Mihiel, Septem- 
ber 11-21; Argonne, September 21 to November 
11. In Army of Occupation at Trier, Germany, 
from December 1, 1918, to March 1, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., July 29, 1919. 

CONLEY, EARLE WYMAN, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 1, 1917, and 
sent to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South 
Carolina, thence to Camp Stewart, Newport 
News, Virginia, from which place he sail- 
ed June 30, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, 
July 13, 1918, with 106th Ambulance Company, 
102d Sanitary Train, 27th Division. Battles— Hin- 
denburg Line, September 29-30; LeSelle River 
vicinity, St. Souplet, October 17; Jonc De Mer 
Ridge, October 18. Engagements — Vierstaat Ridge, 
Belgium, August 31-September 2; The Knoll 
Giullemont, France, Quennemont Farm, Septem- 
ber 27; St. Maurice River, October 19-20. Minor 
Engagements — East Poperinghe Line, Belgium, 
August 7-20; Dickebusch Sector, Belgium, Au- 
gust 21-30, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., March 31, 1919. 

SPECIAL ORDERS 

HEADQUARTERS, 27th Division 
American E. F., Prance, 
No. 31 January 31, 1919. 

Extract 

* * * 

2. The following' named soldiers are com- 
mended for the meritorious services hereinafter 

mentioned: 

* * * 

Private Earle W. Conley (1.222,811) 102nd 
Sanitary Train. 

For repeated demonstrations of courage 
and determination in driving ambulances 
over roads swept by enemy Are, for the 
purpose of evacuating wounded from the 
forward aid posts; this during and subse- 
quent to the battle of the DE SELLE 
River, France, October 12-20, 1918. 

* * * 

By Command of Major General O'RYAN: 

W. H. Raymond 

Colonel, G. S., 
Chief of Staff. 
Official 

Headquarters, 27th Division, IT. S. A. 
Tristram Tupper, 
Adjutant General, 
Division Adjutant. 

CULVER, HOLLIS HYDE, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 19, 1917, and 
sent to League Island Navy Yard at Philadelphia, 
Penn , and assigned to Recruit Company M.; 106th 
Company, 8th Regiment, Marine Corps. Trans- 
ferred to Galveston, Texas, to guard against 
trouble with Mexico; sent to Quantico, Virginia, 
transferred to 4th Separate Battalion, Company 
C. Sailed August 13, 1918, arriving at Brest, 



France, August 23, 1918. Transferred to 84th 
Company, 6th Regiment, U. S. Marine Corps, 2d 
Division. Battles at Meuse-Argonne, November 
1st to November 11, 1918. In Army of Occupation 
at Lautersdorf, Germany, seven months. Dis- 
charged at Quantico, Va., August 13, 1919. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM SIDNEY. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., July 28, 1917, and sent 
to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Caro- 
lina, and assigned to 74th Machine Gun. Federal- 
ized into the 108th Infantry. Transferred to 
Medical Unit. 

GOLDSMITH, FRANK LEE, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 11, 1917, and was 
sworn into the service June 15, 1917, at Marine 
Training Station at Paris Island, South Carolina, 
and assigned to Drill Company E, 45th U. S. Ma- 
rines. Transferred to Marine Training Camp at 
Quantico, Virginia, August, 25, 1917. Sailed from 
Philadelphia, Penn , October 28, 1917, arriv- 
ing in Brest, France, November 12, 1917. Trans- 
ferred to 97th Company, 6th Regiment Marines 
Infantry, 2d Division, August 26, 1917, and re- 
mained in that contingent until March 7, 1918. 
In hospital at Camp No. 3, Bourmont, France, 

with measles; Base 3, Vittel, and Base 8 at 

Savenay, France, with tuberculosis, from March 
7, 1918, to April 30, 1918, when he sailed for the 
United States, arriving May 12, 1918. In hospi- 
tals in United States from May 12, 1918 to Decem- 
ber 24, 1918, at Newport News; Waynesville, 
South Carolina; Norfolk, Virginia; Fort Lyons, 
Colorado. Discharged from United States Naval 
Hospital at Fort Lyons, Colorado, December 24, 
1918. 

HOPKINS, FREW, 2d Radio Electrician. 

Enlisted at Brooklyn Navy Yard, December 7, 

1917, and served at Newport, Rhode Island, Train- 
ing Station; Cambridge, Mass., Radio School; 
Aviation Camp, Pensacola, Florida, and Phila- 
delphia, Penn. Discharged at League Island Navy 
Yard at Philadelphia, Penn., February 18, 1918. 

LARSEN, LARS, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., November 5, 1917. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 4th Re- 
cruit Company. Transferred to Fort McKinley, 
and assigned to 12th Company, and later 
to Battery C, 54th Artillery, Coast Artillery 
Corps. Sailed from Portland, Maine, March 22, 
i918, and arrived at LeHavre, France, April S, 

1918. May 20, 1918, assigned to 2d Battery, How- 
itzer Regiment, Coast Artillery Corps. August 15, 
assigned to 44th Artillery, Battery F, Coast Ar- 
tillery Corps. Defensive and counter-offensive on 
Champagne Front, near Laval, France, July 15 
tc 24, 1918; an attack near Baccones, France, July 
27, 1918; St. Mihiel offensive, September 12, 1918; 
offensive near Lake La Chaussee, France, Novem- 
ber 9 to 11, 1918. Discharged at Fort Totten, N. 
Y.. February 15. 1919. 

MacDONALD, LEON GLENN, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., July 28, 1917. Sent to 
Recruit Camp, Syracuse, N. Y., and assigned to 



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Headquarters Co., 23d Infantry. Later assign- 
ed to 50th Infantry, and thence back to the 23d 
Infantry one week before departure for foreign 
service. Sailed from New York September 7, 1917, 
arriving at St. Nazaire, France, September 21, 
1917. Member 23d Infantry, 2d Division. Battles 
at Sommedieu, March 17 to May 19, 1918; Cha- 
teau-Thierry, June 1, to July 9, 1918; South of 
Soissons, July 10 to 19, 1918; St. Mihiel, Septem- 
ber 12 to 14, 1918; Blanc Mont Ridge, (Cham- 
pagne), October 3 to 9, 1918; Argonne Forest, 
October 27 to November 11, 1918. Gassed on No- 
vember 10, 1918. In Army of Occupation at 
Rengsdorf, Germany, December 1, 1918, to May 
10, 1919. Assigned to 3d Army Composite Regu- 
lars, May 10, 1919, at Coblenz, Germany, and did 
service at Pershing Stadium, Paris, France. Dis- 
charged at Mitchell Field, N. Y., August 5, 1919. 

What is meant by 3rd Army Composite Regi- 
ment is: Each Brigade of Regular Infantry of the 
Army of Occupation picked one company (250 
men) of the tallest, also the best drilled and 
oldest soldiers to represent the Bridage. The 3rd 
Army Composite Regiment was composed of three 
Battalions or twelve companies in the following- 
form: 1st Battalion — A and B Companies, 1st Di- 
vision; C and D Companies, 3d Division. 2d Bat- 
talion, E and P Companies, 2d Division; G and 
H Companies, 5th Division. 3d Battalion — I and K 
Companies, 4th Division; L and M Companies, 
6th Division. All composed of the Regular Army 
units, but owing to the fact that most of the 
Regular Army men were either killed or wounded 
or missing in action, that about half were draft- 
ed men. This Regiment of crack Infantry was 
commanded by Col. Babcock, of the 89th Division, 
National Army. Col. Babcock is a Regular Army 
Officer. 

METCALF, ROY RANSOM, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., May 9, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Company C, 
21st Section; Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, Com- 
pany A, 64th Infantry; Waco, Texas, 14th Infan- 
try Brigade, 7th Division. Sailed August 27, 1918, 
arriving at Brest, France, September 4, 1918. 
Battles at Marbache, Pouvenille and near Metz. 
Appointed Corporal in August, 1918. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., June 25, 1919. 

WILLIAMS, ALFRED, Private, U. S. M. C. 

Written on the margin of a map of France, pre- 
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams, parents, 
is the following: 
"Williams, Alfred, Jr., Private (120278), 73d Com- 
pany, 6th Regiment, 4th Brigade, Second Divis- 
ion. Nearest of kin, father, Alfred Williams, 
Penn Yan, New York. Place of enlistment, Ma- 
rine Barracks, Paris Island, S. C, April 24, 1917. 
Sailed from Philadelphia, Pa., for France on Oc- 
tober 16, 1917. Outline of travels in France: 1 — 
Landed at St. Nazaire, November 2, 1917, to March 
11, 1917. 2 — Bordeaux, Nov. 14, 1917, to Jan. 9, 
1918. Assisted American Engineers on American 
docks, and later was on Military Police duty. 3 — 
Robecourt, Jan. 12, 1918, to March 15, 1918; in- 
tensive training preparatory to going to front. 
4 — Verdun, French Sector, March 17, 1918, to May 
17, 1918. First experience in front line trenches. 
5_Serans, May 21, 1918, to May 31, 1918. Train- 
ing behind the lines. Received call from Marshall 
Foch to assist in checking German drive on 
Paris. 6 — Chateau-Thierry, French Sector, June 
3, 1918, to July 5, 1918. 7 — Soissons, Aisne offen- 
sive .French Sector, July 18, 1918, to July 19 ,1918. 



Instantly killed in action July 19 1918, by ma- 
chine gun bullet. Grave unknown. The follow- 
ing are the major operations engaged in by this 
soldier: 1 — Aisne defensive; 2 — Aisne offensive. 
As per extract G. H. Q. General Order No. 75, this 
soldier of the Second Division would have been 
entitled to wear two Battle Clasps on the Victory 
Medal for services in the above mentioned series 
of battles. The Victory Medal is represented by 
the Victory Ribbon. Each battle clasp is repre- 
sented by a bronze star. This soldier would have 
had two stars. Compiled for your information and 
comfort by comrades in the 73rd Company, 6th 
Marines." 



CITED IN ARMY ORDERS 
The 6th Regiment of American Marines 
under command of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Lee 
engaged in an improvised offensive on the 18th 
of July, 1918, in the middle of the night, on a 
terrain unknown and very difficult, advanced in 
open order for 2 days without being stopped by 
the hardships and the difficulties of replenishing 
their food and water, with a remarkable ardor 
and tenacity, rolled back the enemy for 11 kilo- 
metres, capturing 2700 prisoners, 12 cannon and 
several hundred machine guns. 
(Order No. 19,886 "D") 
At Great General Headquarters, Oct. 25, 1918. 
The Commanding General-in-Chief, 
(Signed) PETAIN. 
Translation in English of the French Citation. 



ITALY 

ECKERT, HENRY SAMUEL, Machinists' Mate, 1st 
Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 16, 1917, and sent 
to Camp Brown, Great Lakes Naval Training Sta- 
tion, Great Lakes, 111. Also in Camp Perry and 
Aviation Camp at same place. Rated as First 
Class Machinists' Mate. Discharged at Camp 
Brown, Great Lakes, 111., January 15, 1918. 

KARNES, FLOYD LEO, Fireman, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 18, 1918, and sent 
to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, where he 
served three months. Transferred to Hampton 
Roads, Virginia, for six weeks. Served on Su- 
per-dreadnaught "Mississippi" eleven months, 
from November 21, 1918, until October 1, 1919. 
Discharged at Receiving Ship, Bay Ridge, N. Y., 
October 11, 1919. 

JERUSALEM 

BARRUS, SHELDON MONROE, Shipwright. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., in the United States 
Navy, January 9, 1918, and reported for active 
duty February 18, 1918. Sent to Naval Training 
Station at Newport, Rhode Island; sent to Boston 
Receiving Ship March 20, 1918, and assigned to 
the Minelayer U. S. S. "Aroostook" March 30, 
1918. Sailed from Boston, Mass., June 16, 1918, 
and arrived in Invergorden, Scotland, June 30, 
1918. Member United States Mine Force, Squadron 
I. This Squadron put down the Northern Mine 
Barrage. The "Aroostook" went out on ten min- 
ing trips with the squadron. Discharged at Naval 
Base No. 2, January 29, 1919. 

BRADY, JOSEPH, Jr., Seaman, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., March 30, 1918, and 
sent to Norfolk, Virginia, Training Station. Dis- 
charged at Norfolk, Va., November 2, 1918. 

BURT, FERRIS HENRY, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., May 26, 1917, and sent 




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to Fort Slocum, N. Y. Left Fort Slocum for Fort 
Riley, Kansas, June 9, 1917, where he was assign- 
ed to Troop B, 13th Cavalry, United States Regu- 
lar Army. Left Fort Riley for Sam E'ordyce, Tex- 
as, November 29, 1917, for border patrol duty. 
Was stationed at several different outposts be- 
tween Forts Ringold and McAllen, Texas, general- 
ly staying about a month in each place until 
March 13, 1918. Left McAllen for Fort Brown, 
Texas, where he was assigned to the 1st Provis- 
, ional Motor Machine Gun Detachment of the 
Southern Department. Transferred to Headquar- 
ters Troop, 13th Cavalry, August 16, 1918, at Fort 
Brown, Texas. Left for Fort Ringold, Texas, Oc- 
tober 21, 1918. Left for Fort Clark, Texas, No- 
vember 25, 1918. Discharged at Fort Clark, Texas, 
April 18, 1919. 

COMSTOCK, HERBERT GEORGE, Corporal. 

Enlisted at New York City, N. Y., December 5, 
1917, United States Marine Corps. Sent to Paris 
Island, South Carolina, Training Camp, and as- 
signed to 72d Company, U. S. Marines. Trans- 
ferred to Brooklyn Navy Yard, and assigned to 
61st Company. Transferred to Quantico, Va., and 
assigned to Snipers' School, Company A, 1st Bat- 
talion, 11th Regiment; later to Company B, 2d 
Battalion, 11th Regiment. Sailed for overseas Oc- 
tober 1, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, October 
10, 1918. Sent to Camp Montierchaume, France, 
and later to American Expeditionary Force Uni- 
versity, Beaune, France. Appointed Corporal at 
Beaune University, France, in May, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Quantico, Va., July, 1919. 

DANIELS, CARROLL CRONK, Master Signal Elec- 
trician. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., July 11, 1917. Sent 
to Camp Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina, and 
assigned to Company C, 306th Field Signal Bat- 
talion. Sailed July 31, 1918, arriving in France 
August 22, 1918. Member 308th Field Signal Bat- 
talion, 81st Division. In battles at St. Die Sec- 
tor and Meuse-Argonne offensive. Appointed Mas- 
ter Electrician May 16, 1919. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, Long Island, July 1, 1919. 

FOLTS, EDWIN COLE, Seaman, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., December 14, 1917. 
Sent to Newport, Rhode Island, as Apprentice 
Seaman, and assigned to Radio School. Trans- 
ferred to Harvard University Radio School at 
Cambridge, Mass. Rated as 1st Class Seaman in 
October, 1918. Discharged at Cambridge, Mass., 
December 16, 1918. 

GRADY, WILLIAM GORDON, 2d Lieutenant, 

Enrolled at Officers Training School, Fort Niaga- 
ra, August 17, 1917. Commissioned 2d Lieuten- 
ant, Infantry, at Fort Niagara, N. Y. November 
27, 1917. Assigned to Company A, 362 Regiment, 
91st Division, at Camp Lewis, Washington (at- 
tached). Air Service (Production), Vancouver 
Barracks, Washington. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., January 21, 1919. 

GRADY, GEORGE JOSEPH, Seaman. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 12, 1918. Served 
at Great Lakes Naval Training School; Norfolk, 



Va. ; Receiving Ship St. Helena; Proving Ground, 
Indian Head, Md.. Hampton Roads, Va.; U. S. S. 
"Wisconsin"; Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Cruised Feb- 
ruary 27, 1919, to Cuba, St . Thomas, Panama 
Canal, etc. Furloughed to Naval Reserve at Bay 
Ridge, Brooklyn, N. Y., September 12, 1919. 

GRADY, EDWARD JAMES, Private. 

Enlisted at Geneva, Ni Y., June 3, 1917. Sent to 
Fort. Slocum, N. Y., then to Syracuse, N. Y., where 
he was assigned to Company B, 38th Infantry. 
Transferred to Camp Green, Charlotte, North 
Carolina, then to Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed for 
overseas February 21, 1918, arriving at Glasgow, 
Scotland, March 3, 1918. In battles as follows: 
Aisne defensive, June 1 to 5; Chateau-Thierry de- 
fensive, June 6 to 14; Champagne-Marne defen- 
sive, July 15 to 18; Aisne offensive, July 18 to 27; 
Vesle offensive, August 4 to 12; St. Mihiel offen- 
sive, September 12 to 16; Meuse-Argonne offen- 
sive, September 30 to October 27, 1918. Gassed 
at Argonne, October 10, 1918. With Army of Oc- 
cupation at Andernoch, Germany, December 1, 
1918 to September 5, 1919. Re-enlisted for a per- 
iod of one year, July 25, 1919, in 1st United 
States Engineers, at Andernoch, Germany. 

GRISWOLD, ROBERT LEE, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., July 18, 1917. Sent to 
Syracuse Recruit Camp, and assigned to Co. B, 
9th United States Infantry. Sailed from Hoboken, 
N. J., September 7, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, 
France, September 20, 1917. Member Co. B, 9th 
United States Infantry, 2d Division. In battles 
at Toulon-Troyon Sector, March 15 to May 9; 
Aisne defensive, May 31 to June 5; Chateau 
Thierry, June 6 to July 9 ; Aisne-Marne offensive, 
July 18-19; Marbach sector, August 9-16. St. Mi- 
hiel offensive, September 12-16; Meuse-Argonne 
offensive (Champagne), October 1-10; Meuse-Ar- 
gonne offensive, November 1-11. Received shell 
wound July 18, 1918, during Aisne-Marne offen- 
sive. In Army of Occupation at Coblenz, Ger- 
many, December 13, 1918, to July 17, 1919. Pro- 
moted Private, 1st Class, December 18, 1917. Pro- 
moted Mechanic, October 14, 1918. Disharged 
at Neiuwied, Germany, June 15, 1919. Re-enlisted 
for one year in same company and regiment, 
same place and date. Promoted Sergeant, May 
28, 1920, at Camp Travis, Texas. Discharged at 
Camp Travis, June 14,1920. 

HOPKINS, JAMES ALBERT, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., July 28, 1917, and sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., then to Camp Forest, 
Georgia, and assigned to Company E, 11th Infan- 
try, then to Supply Company. Sailed April 23, 
1918, from Hoboken, N. J., arriving at Brest, 
France, May 1, 1918. Member Supply Company, 
5th Division. Furnished supplies to the fighting 
fronts at Toul Sector, St. Mihiel and Verdun, 
St. Die, The Knoll, Guillemont Farm, France. 
Appointed Corporal in December, 1918, at Lux- 
emburg. Discharged and re-enlisted for one year 
June 11, 1919, at Esch, Luxemburg, Germany, 
Supply Co., 11 Infantry. Discharged at Camp Gor- 
don, Ga., June 10, 1920. 



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LEE, JAY HENRY, Quartermaster, 3d Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., December 14, 1917. 
Sent to Newport, Rhode Island, Naval Training 
Station, and assigned to Merchant Marine, trans- 
port duty. Discharged at New York City April 
19, 1919. 

NESTER, HOWARD WALTHAM, Captain, Air Ser- 
vice. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 18, 1917. Sent to 
Columbus, Ohio, and assigned to Aviation School 
at Ohio State University. Assigned to Fort Wood, 
Beddoe's Island, New York Harbor, August 15, 
1917. Sailed from New York September 8, 1917, 
arriving at Le Havre, France, September 24, 1917. 
All service detached duty in Air Service. Return- 
ed to United States March 1, 1919. Commissioned 
2d Lieutenant, Foggia, Italy, February 24, 1918; 
1st Leiutenant, Foggia, Italy, March 1, 1918; Cap- 
tain, Paris, France, October 21, 1918. Still in ser- 
vice (March 20, 1919). Prior service, Co. B, 3d Na- 
tional Guard, State New York, 1913-1914. 

SUTHERLAND, EARL LLOYD, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., April 16, 1917, in 
United States Marine Corps. Sent to Philadel- 
phia Navy Yard April 21, 1917. Sailed from Phil- 
adelphia, Penn., June 9, 1917, and from New York 
Harbor, N. Y., June 14, 1917, arriving at St. Na- 
zaire, France, June 27, 1917. Member 51st Com- 
pany, 2d Battalion, 5th Regiment, U. S. Marine 
Corps, 2d Division. In battles at Toulon Sector, 
Verdun, March 17 to 31; Aisne defensive, April 
4 to June 5; Chateau-Thierry Sector, June 6 to 
July 8; Aisne-Marne offensive, July 17-18; Meuse- 
Argonne offensive, November 1 to 11, 1918. 
Wounded near Vierzny, France, July 18, 1918, by 
machine gun bullet in left thigh. In Army of Oc- 
cupation January 16, 1919, to July 18, 1919. Ap- 
pointed Corporal May 1, 1918. Discharged at 
Quantico, Virginia, August 13, 1919. 

TIM) ALL, HORACE F., Expert Gunner. 

Enlisted at Elmira, June 27, 1917. Sent to Fort 
Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Battery D., 17th 
Field Artillery. July 10, sent to Fort Sill, Okla., 
via Sparta, Wis. Assigned to School of Fire at 
Fort Sill and remained there until September 29, 
and then sent to United States Military Academy 
at West Point, N. Y., as instructor of cadets in 
Field Artillery. Promoted 1st Class Private, Au- 
gust 9, 1917. Promoted expert gunner Septem- 
ber 3, 1917. Discharged at West Point, N. Y., 
June 29, 1919. 

TRIMMINGHAM, JAMES WILLIAM, Gunner's Mate, 
3d Class, 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., January 4, 1918, as 
Apprentice Seaman, 2nd class, and sent to New- 
port, Rhode Island, and assigned to Newport 
Naval Training School Transferred to New Lon- 
don, Conn., March 20, 1918, and assigned to Sub- 
chaser No. 4, June 18, 1918. Patrol duty in Gulf 
of Mexico and Carribbean Sea. Discharged at Key 
West, Florida, September 30, 1919. 

VAN HORN, BEN. 

Enlisted at Sunbury, Pa., July, 1917. Company F, 
4th Penn. National Guard. 



WHEATON, ARLIE E., Private. 

(Official) — Arlie E. Wheaton [Arland Darling 
Wheaton], (1,213,610), Westfleld, Pa, Enlisted in 
National Guard at Buffalo, N. Y., July 28, 1917. 
Born at Sabinsville, Pa. Age 21 6-12 years. Or- 
ganizations: Co. B, 74th Inf. N. Y. N. G.; Co. A, 
108th Inf. to date of death. Private. Engagements, 
not given. Served overseas from May 10, 1918 to 
date of death Killed in action September 29, 1918. 
No other wounds. Notify Addie E. Wheaton, moth- 
er, Westfleld, Pa. 

WRIGHT, VALENTINE WILLIAM MURRAY, Cor- 
poral, Medical Reserve. 

Enlisted December 14, 1917, at Fort Porter, 
Buffalo, N. Y., in Medical Reserve Corps. Trans- 
ferred to Students' Army Training Corps at the 
University of Buffalo as private, later having 
been promoted Senior Corporal. Volunteered for 
service at Tyler, Penn., for supervision of epi- 
demic hospital, later returning to the Universi- 
tey of Buffalo. Discharged June 20, 1919, at Fort 
Porter, N. Y. 

MIDDLESEX 

BURGESS, CLIFFORD WHITNEY, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., May 30, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 21st Company. 
June 12, 1917, was sent to camp at Syracuse, N. 
Y.; September 28 was sent to Camp Hill, New- 
port News, Virginia; July 27, 1918, was sent to 
Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina; March 
22, 1919, was sent to Camp Dix, New Jersey. Was 
with Company D, 9th Infantry; Company D, 48th 
Infantry, June 20; July 1, Headquarters Com- 
pany, 48th Infantry; September 1st, transferred 
to Headquarters Company, 89th Infantry, 20th 
Division. Discharged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, 
March 24, 1919. 

BURGESS, ELWOOD ECLAIR, Midshipman, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., April 12, 1917, as 
landsman for musician. Sent to Newport Training 
Station, and remained there from April 14 until 
July 4, 1917; League Island Navy Yard, Phila- 
delphia, Penn , from July 6, 1917, to April 15, 
1918; U. S. S. "Nevada", from April 15 until 
June 8, 1918; U. S. S. "Reina Mercedes," from 
June 8 until June 16, 1918. Discharged as Musi- 
cian 1st Class, on June 16, 1918, and sworn in 
as Midshipman, United States Navy, on June 17, 

1918, and served at United States Naval Acad- 
emy from June 17, 1918, until June 6, 1919; U. S. 
S. "Kearsage", from June 17, 1919, until Septem- 
ber 1, 1919; U. S. Naval Academy, September 1, 

1919, (and still attached here, March, 1920). Pro- 
moted as follows: Musician, 2d Class, Newport, 
Rhode Island, July 4, 1917; Musician, 1st Class 
at Philadelphia Navy Yard, January 1, 1918. Ser- 
vice on U. S. S. "Nevada" was considered as over- 
seas, doing convoy duty, and later became the 6th 
Division of the Grand Fleet. 

BURGESS, HARRY CONLEY, Quartermaster, 2d 
Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., December 12, 1917, and 
sent to U. S. Naval Training Station at Newport, 



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Rhode Island. Sailed from New York February 
28, 1918, and arrived in Brest, France, March 10, 
1918 On U. S. S. "America" February 24, 1918, to 
March 12, 1918; U. S. S. "Carola" Brest, France, 
March 12, 1918, to September 26, 1919. Promo- 
tions: Seaman, 2d class, February 20, 1918, New- 
port, R. I.; Seaman, 1st class, May 1, 1918; 
Quartermaster, 3d class, November 1, 1918; 
Quartermaster, 2d class, June 1, 1919, on U. S. S. 
"Carola," Brest, France. July 14, 1919, marched 
in Victory Parade, Paris, France. Discharged at 
Receiving Ship New York, October 17, 1919. 

FOSTER, EARL JACKSON, Ship's Fitter, 1st Class. 

Enlisted as apprentice seaman April 6, 1917, at 
Ann Arbor, Michigan. Assigned to 8th Division, 
1st Battalion, Michigan Naval Militia. July 5, 1917, 
picked for small arms instruction at Navy Rifle 
Range, North Chicago, 111. Sent to Navy Rifle 
Range, Wakefield, Massachusetts, as small arms 
instructor August 5, 1917. October 10, 1917, mov- 
ed to Navy Rifle Range, League Island Navy Yard, 
Philadelphia, Penn. Duties, machine gun in- 
structor. January 5, 1918, moved to Navy Rifle 
Range, Peekskill, N. Y. January 20, 1917, sent to 
Savage Arms plant at Utica, N. Y., for detailed 
course on the Lewis machine gun, returning to 
Peekskill four weeks later, qualified as an oper- 
ator and instructor on Lewis machine gun. Given 
full charge of machine gun instruction there. 
March 1, 1918, picked for special duty which 
turned out to be Naval Railway Battery in France. 
March 10, 1918, moved to Sandy Hook, N. J., for 
special duty testing a specially designed railway 
gun mount, facilitating the use of naval 14-inch 
50-calibre rifles on land. May 15, 1918, moved to 
Philadelphia, Pa. General mobilization of Naval 
Railway Battery for overseas duty. Sailed from 
Hoboken, N. J , May 28, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, June 10, 1918, as member of Naval Rail- 
wry Battery No. 1, Gun Train No. 2. Moved di- 
rectly to St. Nazaire, where material for naval 
railway expedition was assembled. Took part in 
drive on Laon from August 1 to October 1, 1918, 
and in the drive on Metz from October 1 to No- 
vember 11, 1918. Promotions: Made machine gun 
instructor September 10, 1917, at Wakefield, 
Mass ; made Gunner's Mate, 2d class, October 25, 
1917, at Wakefield, Mass.; made Ships' Fitter 1st 
class, October 25, 1918, at St. Nazaire, France. 
Discharged at Bay Ridge Receiving Ship, Long 
Island, N. Y., January 8, 1919. 

GREEN, GEORGE WALLACE, Flying Cadet. 

Enlisted at Chicago, Illinois, January 9, 1918 
Sent to Cornell Ground School at Ithaca, N. Y. 
Transferred to Camp Hicks, Dallas, Texas (Au- 
gust and September) ; Chanute Field, Rantoul, 
Illinois (September, October and November) ; 
Call Field, Wichita Falls, Texas (December, 1918 
and January, 1919); Love Field, Dallas, Texas, 
(January and February, 1919). Discharged at 
Love Field, Dallas, Texas, February 27, 1919. 

HOLLEY, WILLIAM THOMPSON, Quartermaster, 3d 
Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, May 14, 1918. Sent to Great 



Lakes Naval Training Station, 111 ; Puget Sound 
Navy Yard, Seattle, Washington; Transport Ship, 
"Eastern Shore," from Seattle, Washington, to 
Constanza, Roumania, Bay Ridge, N. Y. Discharg- 
ed at Bay Ridge, N. Y., June 15, 1919. 

LANE, ELZER, Mechanic. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N .Y., May 29, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 21st Com- 
pany. Transferred to Syracuse, N. Y., and assign- 
ed to Company A, 47th Infantry; Machine Gun 
Company, 9th Infantry, 2d Division. Sailed Sep- 
tember 7, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, France, 
September 20, 1917. In battles at Chateau-Thierry, 
June 1 to July S; Soissons, July 18 to 22; St. 
Mihiel, (Champagne), October 1 to 10; Meuse- 
Argonne, November 1 to 11, 1918. In Army of Oc- 
cupation at Gierschoffen, Germany, to July 15, 
1919. Recommended for citation at Chateau- 
Thierry and on Champagne fronts. Appointed 
Private 1st class, in May, 1918; Mechanic, No- 
vember 28, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
Long Island, August 13, 1919. 

PERRY, LEAL LUTHER, Ensign (P. C.) U. S. Naval 
Reserve *orce. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 17, 1917, in the 
Hospital Corps of the United States Navy. Was 
not called to active service until July 12, 1917, 
when he went to the Columbia College of Phar- 
macy, New York City, for three months' train- 
ing. September 23, 1917, sent to Norfolk, Virgin- 
ia, and reported on board the transport "Susque- 
hanna". At that time was Hospital Apprentice, 
1st class. On transport until November 8, 1918, 
and went to Hoboken, N. J., from which place the 
first voyage was made, December 14, 1917. Seven 
trips were made aboard that ship, and was pro- 
moted to Pharmacists' Mate, 1st class. Recom- 
mended for a commission in July of 1918, but 
could not get transferred from the ship until 
November 9, 1918. Was then transferred to Pel- 
ham Bay, N. Y., staying there three weeks, and 
then went to the University of Princeton for 
three months' training in the Reserve Officers' 
Pay School. Transferred to the University of 
Pennsylvania for one month's special training. 
At that place Mr. Perry received his commission, 
on February 20, 1919. March 6, 1919, was sent 
aboard the U. S. S. "Floridian", another trans- 
port, and made four more trips on the ocean. 
This ship was placed out of commission the first 
part of August, 1919, but as Mr. Perry was given 
orders to settle the accounts of the ship, it was 
not until the 27th of August, 1919, that he was 
placed on inactive duty. 

PERRY, RAYMOND ARTHUR, Private, 1st (lass. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y. December 28, 1917, 
and sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., then to Camp 
Hancock, Georgia, and assigned to 9th Company, 
2d Motor Mechanics Regiment, Aviation Section 
Signal Corps. Sailed March 14, 1918, arriving at 
Bordeaux, France, June 24, 1918. The 2d Regi- 
ment, Air Service Mechanics, was an independ- 
ent unit. Discharged at Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. 
Y.. May 1, 1919. 




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WICKUM, CHARLES EDWIN, 2d Boatswain. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., December 15, 1917. 
Sent to Newport, Rhode Island, Training Sta- 
tion. Service on Steamships "Columbia," "Ma- 
tokia," "President Lincoln", "Celebes." Discharg- 
ed at Newport, Rhode Island, March 24, 1919. 

MILO 

ALLISON, MARVIN E , Engineman, 2d Class, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., November 23, 1917. 
Sent to Newport, Rhode Island, Naval Training 
Station. Transferred to Receiving Ship New York; 
Mine Base 17, Scotland; Liverpool, England; 
New York,; U. S. S. "Amphion"; Bay Ridge, N. 
Y; Eton, Philippines. Discharged at Hoboken, N. 
J., June 9, 1919. 

BUTTERS, CHARLES LEWIS, Ship Fitter, 2d Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 1, 1917. Sent 
to Norfolk, Va., Receiving Ship; Philadelphia, 
Penn.; U. S. Submarine Base, New London, 
Conn.; U. S. S. "Fulton," Submarine Tender. Dis- 
charged on U .S S. "Fulton," New London, Conn., 
April 14, 1919. 

BACON, CASSIUS, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., May 5, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and assigned to Troop 
A, 3d Cavalry. Sailed for overseas October 16, 
1917, arriving at LeHavre, France, November 4, 
1917. Member Troop A, 3d Cavalry, Remount. With 
American Expeditionary Forces in France Octo- 
ber 19, 1917, to June 30, 1919. Graded as Marks- 
man June 22, 1917. Discharged at Camp Devens, 
Ayer, Mass., July 3, 1919. 

BRAINARD, FRANK ELLORY, Musician, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., May 26, 1917, and 
sent to the following camps: Allen, Auburn, N. 
Y., 3d Regiment Band; Pelham Bay, N. Y. ; Wads- 
worth, South Carolina, where the 108th Regi- 
ment Band was organized; Stewart, Newport 
News. Sailed May 10, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, May 24, 1918. Member Headquarters Com- 
pany, 108th Regiment Band, 27th Division. En- 
gaged at Hindenburg Line, Bony, France; Le 
Selle River, (St. Souplet), France; Jonc-de-Mer 
Ridge (Arbie Guernon), France; Vierstaat Ridge, 
Belgium; St. Maurice River (Catillon), France; 
East Poperinghe Line, Dickebusche Sector, Bel- 
gium. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 
31, 1919. 

BRAINARD, ASHLEY WILLIS, Musician, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., May 8, 1917. Assign- 
ed to National Guard, State New York 3d Regi- 
ment Band, Madison Barracks, Sackett's Harbor, 
N. Y.; Camp Allen, N. Y.; Pelham Bay, N. Y.; 
Wadsworth, South Carolina, 108th Regiment 
Band; Stewart, Newport News. Sailed for over- 
seas May 10, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, May 
24, 1918. Member Headquarters Company, 108th 
Regiment Band, 27th Division. Engaged at Hin- 
denburg Line, Bony, France ; Le Selle River (St. 
Souplet), France; Jonc-de-Mur Ridge (Arbie 



Guernon), France; Vierstaat Ridge, Belgium; St. 
Maurice River (Catillon), France; East Poper- 
inghe Line, Dickebusche Sector, Belgium. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 

BRAINARD, FREDERICK HAYDEN, Musician, 2d 
Class. 

Enlisted December 30, 1917, at Camp Wadsworth, 
Spartanburg, South Carolina, and assigned to 
108th Regiment Band. Transferred to Camp Stew- 
art, Newport News, and sailed for overseas Mav 
10, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, May 24, 1918. 
Member Headquarters Company, 108th Regiment 
Band, 27th Division Engagements at Hindenburg 
Line, Bony, France; La Selle River (St. Souplet), 
France; Jonc de Mur Ridge (Arbie Guernon), 
France. Vierstaat Ridge, Belgium; St. Maurice 
River (Catillon), France; East Poperinghe Line, 
Dickebusche Sector, Belgium. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., April 9, 1919. 

BALDWIN, BERT EMERY, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., June 27, 1918, and 
sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y. Transferred to Fort 
Totten, N. Y., and assigned to 12th Company, 33d 
Regiment, Coast Artillery Corps. Discharged at 
Fort Totten, N. Y., January 3, 1919. 

BRIDGMAN, EDWIN CHESTER, Musician, 2d Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 4, 1918, and was 
sent to Camp Jackson, Spartanburg, South Caro- 
lina, where he was assigned to the 7th Regiment 
Band School. Member of the 58th Field Artillery 
Band. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y. Febru- 
ary 3, 1919. 

BURNS, STANLEY L=, Engineer. 

Enlisted at Albany, N. Y., June 22, 1918, Reserve 
Corps. 

BAKER, RICHARD GILBERT, Private. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., May 29, 1917. Sent to 
Columbus Barracks, Columbus Ohio. Transferred 
to Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, and 
assigned to Ambulance Company 2, Detached 
Service. Sailed for overseas August 13, 1917, ar- 
riving at Le Havre, France, September 2, 1917. 
In the following battle fronts: Soissons, Cantigny, 
Argonne Forest, St. Mihiel, Toul and Verdun. Was 
gassed in the Argonne Forest October 2, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 24, 1919. 

BARRINGER, JAMES LEW, 2d Lieutenant, Veteri- 
nary Corps. 

Received commission as 2d Lieutenant at Penn 
Yan, N. Y., July 5, 1917, and was called into ac- 
tive service August 11, 1917. Sailed from Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., August 18, 1917, arriving at LeHavre, 
France, September 2, 1917, as Casual. Assigned 
to Remount Station, Base Section No. 1, St. 
Nazaire, September 3, 1917 to December 12, 1917; 
Veterinarian Army Schools at Langre, Haute 
Marne, December 14, 1917, to December 7, 1918; 
Surgeon Base Veterinary Hospital, No. 1 Nevers, 
December 8, 1918, to March 27, 1919. Discharged 
at Camp Dix, N. J., May 4, 1919. 



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BROWN, PAUL LEWIS, Private. 

Enlisted at Binghamton, N. Y., December 12, 1917, 
and sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 
Troop D, 16th Cavalry Transferred to Camp 
Mercedes, Texas, and assigned to Troop D, Sup- 
ply Troops. Discharged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, 
September 30, 1919. 

BENEDICT, GEORGE WESLEY, Sergeant. 

(Official)— Geo. W. Benedict, (390,476) 205 Keu- 
KS ka St., Penn Yan. Enlisted in regular army at Ft. 

Slocum, N. Y., June 4, 1918. Born Dundee. Age 
19 2-12 years. Organizations: Headquarters' Co., 
J 12th Battalion, F. A. Replacement Draft June 14, 

1918, to July 13, 1918; Park Battery, 3d C. Art. 
Park to Oct. 3, 1918. Grades: Recruit June 4, 
1918; private July 13, 1918; Sergeant Aug. 13, 
1918. Served overseas Aug. 28, 1918 to Oct. 3, 1918. 
Died of brazin merrigoccus Oct. 3, 1918. Notify 
George Shunk, friend, 41 Olin Ave., Perry, N. Y. 

COSTELLO, THOMAS JAMES, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., May 5, 1917, and sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y. Transferred to Fort Hamil- 
ton, N. Y., and assigned to Company M., 22d In- 
fantry, Military Police. Sailed for overseas 
August 7 ,1917, and arrived at St. Nazaire, France, 
August 20, 1917. Member Company B, 1st Military 
Police, 1st Division. On duty at Cantigny, Sois- 
sons, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., August 15, 1919. 

CONLEY, LEMAN OSCAR, 1st Lieutenant Air Service 
Aeronautics. 

Enlisted May 12, 1917, at Madison Barracks, N. 
Y., and sent to Sackett's Harbor 1st Officers' 
Training Camp. Transferred on July 15, 1917, to 
Cornell, N. Y., U. S. School Military Aeronautics. 
Transferred to Mineola, Long Island, Air Service 
Department. Sailed for France October 15, 1917, 
arriving at Le Havre November 10, 1917. Went to 
IsEoudun, where was the largest American 
Aeronautic School in France. January 14, 1918, 
left for Camp Ovest, Italy; Foggia, Italy, June 23, 
1918, St. Maxient, France; Tours, France. August 
6, 1918, Campo Slid, Italy, November 17, 1918, 
left for St. Maxient, France; Angers, Bordeaux, 
France. Left Marseilles, France, for America 
February 10, 1919, arriving at Garden City, Long 
Island, March 2, 1919. Commissioned 1st Lieuten- 
ant May 15, 1918. Awarded Italian Service Rib- 
bon in November, 1918. Discharged at Garden 
City, Long Island, March 20, 1919. 

COLE, RICHARD WHARTON. 

Enlisted August, 1917, Company C, 110th Infan- 
try. 

CONWAY, WILLIAM ALBERT, Cook, 2d Class. 

Enlisted as Cook, 3d Class, at Syracuse, N. Y., 
December 4, 1917. Sent to Navy Yard, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Sailed from Philadelphia January 17, 
1918, arriving at Brest, France, February 5, 1918. 
Assigned to Hospital No. 5, Naval, during all 
service. Discharged at Brooklyn Hospital, Feb- 
ruary 15, 1919. 

CORNWELL, JAMES WILLIAM, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., February 10, 1918. 



Sent to Marine Barracks at Paris Island, South 
Carolina. Assigned to 8th Company. Transferred 
to Naval Proving Grounds at Indian Head, Mary- 
land, then to Headquarters Marine Corps, Wash- 
ington, D. C; Company A, 2d Casual Battalion. 
Sailed from Hoboken, N. J , June 30, 1918, ar- 
riving at Brest, France, July 9, 1918. Assigned to 
office of Chief Paymaster, Paris, France, Head- 
quarters 4th Brigade, 2d Division. Also acted as 
Official Courier to Lutecdorf, Germany. Arrived 
in United States September 5, 1919, and assigned 
to 140th Casual Company at Qitantico, Virginia. 
Discharged at Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va., 
September 27, 1919. 

CRAMER, EDWARD SHERIDAN, Private. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., March 20, 1918. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 2d Re- 
cruit Co. Transferred to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and 
assigned to Battery D, 9th Field Artillery. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Meade, Md , where he was dis- 
charged in April, 1919. 

CHAPMAN, ROGER EDDINGTON, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Penn Yan, N. Y., October 23, 1918, for 
service in the Advocate General's Department, 
Washington D. C. Promoted to Sergeant Novem- 
ber 1, 1918. Transferred to New York War De- 
partment Board of Appraisers November 14, 1918. 
Discharged in New York City, April 2, 1919. 

CECCHINI, ANTHONY, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo; N. Y., July 29, 1917, in Co. F, 
74th Infantry, New York National Guard, and 
sent to Camp Clansworth, Buffalo. Transferred 
to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Caro- 
lina, and then to Newport News, Va. Sailed from 
Newport News May 10, 1918, arriving in France 
May 24, 1918. Member Headquarters Company 
108th Infantry, 27th Division. Battles at Hinden- 
burg Line (Bony), September 29-30; LeSelle 
River (St. Souplet), October 17; Jonc-de-Mer 
Ridge (Ailne Guermon), October 18; Catillon, Oc- 
tober 19-20; East Poperinghe Line to August 20, 
1918; Engagements at Vierstaat Ridge and Dicke- 
busch Sector, Belgium, August 21 to August 30, 
1918. Gassed October 20, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., November 31, 1919. 

CRANE, LEON DANIEL. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 5, 1918. Sent to 
Great Lakes Naval Training Station. In Camps 
Decatur, Paul Jones, Ross. Transferred to Hamp- 
ton Roads, Virginia, and assigned to U. S. S. 
"Illinois"; Receiving Ship "Philadelphia"; Cape 
May, N. J., Mine Sweeper, U. S. S. "King- 
fisher"; Receiving Ship Norfolk, N. S. S. 
"Georgia". Enlistment expires June 22, 1922. 
Furloughed to reserve. 

COSTELLO, JOSEPH L. 

Elisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 18, 1918, in Army 
Quartermaster's Corps. 

CHRISTENSEN, CARL MARTIN, Baker, 2d Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., August 7, 1918, and 
sent to Newport, Rhode Island, where he was 
assigned to the U. S. S. "Hamburg" and was 
rated as Seaman, 2d Class. About December 1st, 



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1918, was rated Baker, 2d Class. Discharged on 
the U. S. S. "Hamburg" at Hoboken, N. J., Sep- 
tember 18, 1919. 

CARSON, WILLAR1) FLOYD, Private, 1st Class, U. 
S. Marines. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., July 6, 1917, and 
sent to League Island Navy Yard at Philadel- 
phia, Penn. Transferred to Marine Barracks, 
Washington, D. C , and assigned to Headquar- 
ters Guard at the State War and Navy Building 
and new Navy Building. Discharged at Marine 
Headquarters December 21, 1918. 

DWYER, PAUL B=, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., April 11, 1917, and sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y. Transferred to Fort Hamil- 
ton, Brooklyn, N. Y., and assigned to Battery A, 
59th Regiment, Coast Artillery Corps. Sailed from 
Hoboken, for France March 28, 1918, arriving at 
Brest April 5, 1918. Member Battery A, 59th 
Regiment Army Artillery. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., January 30, 1919. 

DUELL, CLAUDE H., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., May 28, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 24th Com- 
pany Infantry; Machine Gun Troop, 13th Cavalry. 
Transferred to Fort Reilly, Kansas; Fort Ring- 
old, Texas; Fort Clark, Texas. Discharged at 
Fort Clark, Texas, April 28, 1919, and re-enlisted 
for one year. 

DUMAS, GEORGE A., U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 29, 1917. 

DEITRICH, GEORGE RAYMOND, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at New York City, N. Y., July 30, 1917. 
Sent to Camp Dix, New Jersey, and assigned to 
Company B, 303d Field Signal Battalion. Trans- 
ferred to Postal Express. Sailed for overseas 
July 23, 1918, arriving at Brest. France, August 
6, 1918, Courier, Company A, Postal Express Ser- 
vice. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., August 
8, 1919. 

EARL, COURTNEY GRISWOLD, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 1, 1917. Sent 
to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Caro- 
lina, and assigned to Ambulance Company 106, 
102d Sanitary Train. Sailed June 30, 1918 arriv- 
ing at Brest, France, July 13, 1918. Member Am- 
bulance Company 106, 102d Sanitary Train, 27th 
Division. Engaged at Hindenburg Line, Septem- 
ber 29-30; Le Selle River, October 17; Jonc-de- 
Mer Ridge, October 18; The Knoll, Guillemont 
Farm, Quennemont Farm, September 27. St. 
Maurice River, October 19-20; East Poperinghe 
Line, Belgium, August 7-20, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 

ESTEY, LAURENCE WILKIE, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Camp Merritt, N. J., April 16, 1918, 
and assigned to Quartermaster's Department, 
Truck Division, which was changed to Motor 
Transport Corps, 377. December 23, 1918, trans- 
ferred to Camp Bragg, North Carolina. Appointed 
Corporal Motor Transport Corps at Camp Mer- 
ritt, N. J., August 30, 1918. Appointed Sergeant 



May 12, 1919, at Camp Bragg, N. C. Discharged 
at Camp Bragg, North Carolina, July 15, 1919. 

FORD, DAVID JOSEPH, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 13, 1917. As- 
signed to Company A, 3d National Guard, State 
of New York. Transferred to Camp Wadsw'irth, 
Spartanburg, Souvh Carolina.' Discharged for 
disability, December, 1917. 

FINGER, MELYIN HENRY, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., October 27, 1917. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., thence to Kelly Field, San 
Antonio, Texas, and assigned to 183d Aero Squad- 
ron. Sailed May 2, 1918, arriving at Le Havre, 
France, May 21, 1918. At Issoudun, France, trans- 
ferred to 1st Company, Park Air Service. In bat- 
tles at Champagne-Marne offensive, July 15 to 18; 
Aisne Marne offensive, July 18 to August 6; St. 
Mihiel offensive, September 12 to 16.. Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, September 26 to November 11, 1918. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., October 4, 1919. 

FISHER, LEON, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., December 9, 1917, 
and assigned to Medical Department. Sailed Jan- 
uary 22, 1918, and arrived at Le Havre, France, 
February 9, 1918. Member Company F, 101st In- 
fantry, 25th Division, Medical Department. (First 
Aid). Appointed First Aid Sergeant August 20, 
1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 26, 
1919. 

FITZPATRICK, WILFRED JAMES, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Camp Merritt, N. J., February 23, 
1918, and was assigned to Motor Transportation 
Company 377. Transferred to Camp Bragg, North 
Carolina, in the same company. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., March 27, 1919. 

FREDERICK, FORREST CHARLES, Quartermaster, 
2d Class, 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 8, 1918. Sent to 
Great Lakes, 111., Naval Training Station, and 
assigned to Company 249. At Great Lakes Train- 
ing Camp one month, then sailed from Ellis 
Island, N. Y., July 18, 1918, and arrived at East- 
leigh, England, where he was stationed at U. S. 
Aviation Repair Base. Discharged at Pelham 
Bay Naval Station, N. Y., February 20, 1919. 

GRACE, EARL LEROY, 2d Lieutenant. 

Enrolled May 15, 1917, in Reserve Officers' Train- 
ing Camp, at Fort Niagara, N. Y., and assigned 
to Co. 8, 4th Provisional Training Regiment. 
Commissioned 2d Lieutenant August 15, 1917, and 
sent to Camp Meade, Md., and assigned to Quar- 
termaster's Detachment; transferred to Camp 
Joseph E. Johnston Quartermasters' Training 
School, Jacksonville, Fla ; transferred to Camp 
Travis, Texas, and assigned to Co. C, 315th Sup- 
ply Train; transferred to Camp Mills, Long 
Island, N. Y., and sailed for overseas June 29, 
1918, arriving at Le Havre, France, July 18, 1918. 
Attached to 90th Division. At St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne. October 28, 1918, transferred to Motor 
Transport Corps at LaRochelle, France, Bay 
Ridge Section 7; St. Nazaire Bay, Section 1. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., July 9, 1919. 




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GRIFFITHS, ALBERT HENRY, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., March 29, 1918, and 
sent to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, and assigned 
to 10th Recruit Company. Transferred to Hachita, 
New Mexico, and assigned to Troop L, 12th U. 
S. Cavalry. Discharged at Hachita, New Mexico, 
June 14th, 1919. Re-enlicted. 

GEOGHEGAN, JAMES ANDREW, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 23, 1918. Sent 
to Fort D. A. Russell, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and 
assigned to Troop M, 315th Cavalry. Transferred 
to Camp Knox, West Point, Kentucky, and as- 
signed to Battery F, 72d, Field Artillery. Dis- 
charged at Camp Knox, Kentucky, January 30, 

GOODMAN, LA VON, L., Seaman, 2d Class. 

Enlisted July 13, 1918 in the United States 
Naval Reserve Force, at Elmira, N. Y. Sent to 
Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois, and 
assigned as Signal Corps Seaman. Transferred 
to Naval Operating Base, Hampton Roads, Vir- 
ginia, then to U. S. S. "Utah". Transferred at 
Cuba to U. S. S. "North Dakota". Discharged 
from Receiving Ship at New York, Bay Ridge 
Station, July 21, 1919. 

HYLAND, JUSTIN EDWARD, 2d Lieutenant, Infan- 
try. 

Enrolled May 13, 1917, in. Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps at Fort Benjamin Harrison, In- 
dianapolis; Ind. Commissioned 2d Lieutenant 
August 13, 1917. Sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, 
Louisville, Ky., and assigned to the 84th Division. 
August 29, 1917, assigned to 309th Military Po- 
lice, and with that unit sailed for overseas Sep- 
tember 9, 1918, arriving at Cherbourg, France, 
September 25, 1918. November 2, 1918, transfer- 
red to the 128th Battalion, Military Police Corps, 
and assigned to duty at the American Embarka- 
tion Center at Laval, Mayenne, France. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., July 24, 1919. 

HYLAND, RICHARD VINCENT, 2d Lieutenant, Field 
Artillery. 

Enrolled May 15, 1918, in 4th Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps, at Camp Custer, Mich. When the 
85th Division at Camp Custer was sent overseas, 
the 4th Officers Training School was transferred 
to Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. This 
combined school was called the Field Artillery 
Officers' Training School. After being commis- 
sioned (August 31, 1918), was assigned as in- 
structor in the 1st Regiment Field Artillery Re- 
placement Division, at Camp Zachary Taylor, and 
was discharged at that camp December 2, 1918. 

HARTER, RAY CYRUS, 1st Lieutenant, Signal Corps. 

Enrolled in Officers' Training School, Fort Ni- 
agara, N. Y., August 27, 1917. Commissioned 2d 
Lieutenant, Signal Corps, November 28, 1917. 
Transferred to U. S. Signal Corps Radio School, 
College Park, Md., December 6, 1917, and was 
assigned to instruction staff February 1, 1918. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant June 20. Ordered to 
Camp Cody, New Mexico, and assigned to 622d 
Field Signal Battalion, October 22. Discharged at 
Camp Cody, N. M., December 11, 1918. 



INSCHO, KENNETH, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y , May 13, 1918. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., thence to Fort Moultrie, 
South Carolina, and assigned to 75th Regiment, 
Coast Artillery Corps. Sailed for overseas Octo- 
ber 5, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, October 
15, 1918. While in France Mr. Inscho was on 
guard duty. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
April 3, 1919. 

JUST, ANTHONY PETER, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y. June 12, 1917, in Co. 
G, 3d National Guard State New York. Transfer- 
red to Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina, and 
on federalization of regiment became member 
of Co G, 108th Infantry. Transferred to Quarter- 
masters' Corps Field Bakery Co. 363. Promoted 
Corporal May 19, 1918 .Discharged at Camp Wads- 
worth, December 19, 1918. Re-enlisted at Madi- 
son Barracks, Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., July 8, 
1919. 

JUST, FRANK J., Private. 

Official)— Frank Just, (107,694), Benham St, 
Penn Yan. Enlisted at Camp Syracuse July 5, 
1917. Born Combelcessi, Italy. Age 18 7-12 years. 
Organizations served in: Co. F, 38th Inf. to Aug. 
13 r 1917; 1st M. G. Co.; Co. C, 5th M. G. Battalion 
to death. Private. Engagements, April 13-14, 1918; 
June 6, 1918, names of engagements not given. 
Killed in action June 6, 1918. No other wounds. 
Notify Mrs. Rose Giovanni, mother, Benham St., 
Penn Yan. 

JONES, GERALD PIERCE, OWEN, Corporal, A. M. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., October 17, 1917. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Air Ser- 
vice. Transferred to Kelly Field Texas, thence 
to Mineola Long Island. Sailed from New York, 
N. Y., January 9, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, Eng- 
land, January 23, 1918. Arrived at Romsey, Eng- 
land, January 24, 1918. At Oxford, England, from 
February 1 to April 20, and while there trained 
at the Walvercot Aerodrome. Left for Birming- 
ham, England, April 21, where the squadron was 
reorganized for service in France. Left Birming- 
ham, England, June 24, 1918, arriving at Le 
Havre, France, June 25th, 1918. Member 49th 
Aero Squadron. In fronts at St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne and Verdun. Received Non-Commission- 
ed Office at Toul, France. Discharged at Garden 
City, Long Island, N. Y., March 19, 1919. 

KIRKPATRICK, ALEXANDER, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 10, 1917. Sent to 
League Island Navy Yard, Philadelhpia, Penn., 
and assigned to Recruit Company C, and later to 
94th Company, 7th Regiment, Marine Corps;. 
During his service Mr Kirkpatrick was station- 
ed at Guantanamo Bay, Santiago, and Bayoma, 
Cuba, Sailed from New York, N. Y., September 
15, 1918, and arrived at Brest, France, September 
24, 1918. Stationed at St. Nazaire, Nantes and 
Brest, France. Sailed for America July 30, 1919, 
and arrived at Newport News August 8, 1919. 
Discharged at Newport News August 13, 1919. 



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KINNE, GEORGE REMSEN, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., November 6, 1918, and 
sent to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jacksonville, 
Florida, and assigned to Co. 9 and Co. K, Motor 
Transport Corps; transferred to Camp Meade, 
Maryland, and assigned to Motor Transport Cos. 
785 and 786. Discharged at Camp Meade, Md , 
May 19, 1919. m 

KNICKERBOCKER, MAX REINHOLD, Gunner's 
Mate. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., June 5, 1918. Sent to 
U. S. Naval Station, Great Lakes, 111., and assign- 
eel to Gunners' School. Transferred November 1, 
1918, to U. S. Torpedo School, Newport, R. I., and 
January 15, 1919, to U. S. Submarine Base, New 
London, Conn. Promoted Seaman, 1st Class, 
Great Lakes, Illinois, in September, 1918; Gun- 
ner's Mate, in January, 1919. Discharged Febru- 
ary 14, 1919. 

LOCKWOOD, GEORGE IVAN, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Albany, N. Y., April 16, 1917, in New 
York National Guard, Headquarters, New Paltz, 
N. Y. ; Hospital Corps, 10th New York Infantry. 
Sent to Schenectady, N. Y., and assigned to the 
Federal Army. From Schenectady he was sent to 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, thence to 
Camp Meade, Maryland, and assigned to Hospital 
Corps, 10th New York Infantry, and was engaged 
in guard duty. Transferred to Camp Wadsworth, 
Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he was as- 
signed to 51st Pioneer Infantry. Transferred to 
Camp Merritt, New Jersey, and sailed for over- 
seas July 23, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, 
August 6, 1918. In battle at St. Mihiel September 
12-16; minor engagements at Woevre River sec- 
tion, Meuse, Moselle. With Army of Occupation 
at Coblenz and Guls, Germany, November, 1918, 
to May, 1919. Promoted Private, 1st Class, May 
28, 1917, at New Paltz, N. Y., and to Sergeant, 
February 10, 1918, at Camp Wadsworth, South 
Carolina. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., July 
8,1919. 

LYNCH, JAMES GROVE R, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., in the National 
Guard, State of New York, May 29, 1917. Was 
transferred from the National Guard to Regu- 
lar Army at Rochester, N. Y., August 5, 1917. 
Sent to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South 
Carolina, Sept. 7, 1917, and assigned to 160th 
Ambulance Company. Transferred to Camp Stew- 
art, Newport News, Virginia, from whence he 
sailed June 30, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, 
July 13, 1918. Member 160th Ambulance, 102d 
Sanitary Train, 27th Division. In battles at Easl 
Poperinghe Line, Belgium, Aug. 1 to 20; Dicke- 
busch Sector, Belgium, August 21 to 30; Vier- 
staat Ridge, Belgium, August 31 to September 2; 
the Knoll, Guillemont and Quennemont Farms, 
France, September 2 to 27; Hindenburg Line, St. 
Souplet, France, September 27 to 30; Le Selle 
River, France, October 17. Jonc-de-Mur Ridge, 
France, October 18, 1918. Gassed at St. Souplet, 
France, November 3, 1918, and was an inmate of 
the following hospitals: British, at Amiens; 



Rouen; British Hospital No. 2; No 6 Convales- 
cent Camp, and No. 2, Convalescent Camp. Dis- 
charged from service at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
March 31, 1919. 

LEGG, HAROLD JOHN, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 23, 1918. Sent 
to Fort D. A. Russell, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and 
assigned to Troop M, 315th Cavalry. Transferred 
to Camp Knox, West Point, Kentucky, and as- 
signed to Headquarters Company, 72d Field Ar- 
tillery. Discharged at Camp Knox, Kentucky, 
February 1, 1919. 

MARKEY, JOHN 3HCHAEL, Corporal, U. S. Marines. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., August 9, 1917. Sent 
to Paris Island, South Carolina. Transferred to 
Quantico, Virginia, thence to Guantanamo Bay, 
Cuba; Porto Rico, Hayti, thence to Galveston, 
Texas. Member of 123d Company, 9th Regiment 
Marine Corps. While at Galveston was appointed 
Regimental Printer, and was editor of the Globe 
and Anchor. Discharged at Galveston, Texas, 
March 8, 1919. 

McADAMS, GERALD EDWARD, Private, U.S.M.C. 

Enlisted in United States Marine Corps at Roch- 
ester, N. Y., September 16, 1917. Trained at Paris 
Island and Quantico, Va., with the Fifth Regi- 
ment, which later gained undying fame at 
Chateau-Thierry and Belleau Wood. He was 
transferred to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in Novem- 
ber, 1917, and was stationed there until the 
spring of 1918, when he was sent back to Quan- 
tico to prepare for service overseas, as a scout 
sniper, with Colonel Butler's 13th Regiment. He 
contracted influenza the day before his regi- 
ment was scheduled to sail. Pneumonia de- 
veloped, and his death occurred at Quantico, 
Va., on September 22, 1918. 

O'KEEFE, JEROME JOSEPH, Private. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., December 9, 1917, 
Medical Department. Sailed for overseas Jan. 
22, 1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, February 
8, 1918. Member Medical Department. Seven 
months at Paris, France, and seven months at 
Tours, France. Recommended for 2d Lieutenant. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 29, 1919. 

PATTESON, WILLIAM SHEPPARD, 1st Lieutenant, 
Motor Transport Corps. 

Enrolled May 15, 1917, in Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps, at Madison Barracks, Sackett's 
Harbor, N. Y., and was assigned to 3d Provisional 
Training Brigade. Commissioned 2d Lieutenant 
Quartermaster's Corps, August 15, 1917. At Camp 
Dix, New Jersey, assigned to duty with Camp 
Quartermaster. Transferred to Camp Merritt, 
N. J., in command Motor Transport Company 
377 (also Cos. 406, 407, 408, temporarily), and 
later to Camp Bragg, North Carolina. Promoted 
1st Lieutenant Quartermaster's Corps, at Camp 
Merritt, N. J., March 13, 1918. Promoted 1st 
Lieutenant, Motor Transport Corps, at Camp 
Merritt, N. J., October, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Bragg, North Carolina, July 22, 1919. 



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(1) Justin Hyland 

(2) Richard Hyland 

(3) Ray Harter 

(4) Kenneth Inscho 

(5) Anthony Just 



(7) Max Knickerbocker (13) Jerome O'Keefe 



(8) George Lockwood 

(9) James Lynch 

(10) Harold Legg 

(11) John Markey 

(6) Alexander Kirknatrick (12) Gerald McAdams 



(14) William Patteson 

(15) Arthur Petersen 
(1G) Arthur Rector 

(17) Lewis Raddcr 

(18) lie Wolfe Smith 



(25) Sidney Short 



(19) Leo Sehweickhard 

(20) Robert Seeley 

(21) Clarence Smith 

(22) Paul Stark 

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PETERSON, ARTHUR JOHN, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 10, 1917, in 
Company H, 3d National Guard, State of New 
York, and was a member of same contingent 
at Pelham Bay, N.Y. At Camp Wadsworth, Spar- 
tanburg, South Carolina, federalized to Company 
H, 108th Infantry, 27th Division. Sent to Camp 
Stewart, Newport News, Virginia, and sailed 
May 17, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, May 30, 
1918. Member Company H, 2d Battalion, 108th 
Regiment, 54th Brigade, 27th Division. With 
British Army as Signalman, and with that army 
went "over the top" four times, and twice later 
with the 2d Battalion, 108th Infantry, American 
forces. Was gassed at Mt. Kemmel Hill and at 
Bony, Hindenburg Line, and shot in left leg Sep- 
tember 29, 1918. Awarded a Croix-de-Guerre at 
Mt. Kemmel, in August, by a French General, 
taking the badge of honor from his own breast 
and placing it on that of Mr. Peterson. This 
honor was conferred upon Mr. Peterson for hav- 
ing taken reserves to the front under fire. Sailed 
for the United States from Liverpool, England, 
December 9, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., December 24, 1918. 

RILEY, CHARLES CALVIN, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at New York City, N. Y., December P, 
1917. Sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 
Medical Department. Transferred to Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; assigned to Surgical Instrument Re- 
pair Unit. Sailed January 22, 1918, for LeHavre, 
France, arriving at that port February 8, 1918. 
Assistant, X-Ray Division. Later, Assistant 
X-Ray Operator, attached to 3d Army Corps. In 
battle fronts at Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel. 
Also at Mobile Hospital No. 5. Attended school 
six months in Paris, France. Discharged at 
Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., April 18, 1919. 

RECTOR, ARTHUR FREDERICK, Private. 

Enlisted May 31, 1917, at Rochester, in 2d Am- 
bulance Co., National Guard, State New York. 
Called to active service July 16, 1917. Assigned 
to 106th Ambulance Co. Sent to Camp Wads- 
worth, Spartanburg, South Carolina. November 
22, 1917, transferred to Field Hospital No. 108. 
Sailed from Newport News, Va., June 30, 1918, 
arriving at Brest, France, July 13, 1918. Served 
with 108th Field Hospital, 27th Division, except 
from July 23 to October 17, 1918, during which 
time he served with the First Army Corps. In 
battles at LeSelle River (St. Souplet), October 
17; Jonc-de-Mur Ridge, October 18. In engage- 
ment at St Maurice River (Catillon), October 
19-20, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
March 31, 1919. 

RADDER, LEWIS WALTER, JR., Sergeant, Medical 
Department. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1917, and 
sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y.; assigned to Head- 
quarters staff, 93d Division. Transferred to Camp 
Stewart, Newport News, Virginia. Sailed from 
Hoboken, N. J., January 15, 1918, arriving at 
Brest, France, February 1, 1918. Transferred to 
117th Sanitary Train, 42d Division, May 17, 1918. 



In battles at Baccaret Sector May 16 to June 21; 
Souain and Esperance Sector, July 4 to July 14; 
Champagne-Marne offensive, July 15; Aisne- 
Marne (Chateau-Thierry), July 24 to August 6; 
St. Mihiel offensive, September 12 to 16; Essey- 
Pannes Sector, September 17-29, 1918. Wound- 
ed in the Champagne-Marne offensive July 15, 
1918, from high explosive shell fragment in right 
thigh. In Army of Occupation at Badneuenahr, 
November 13, 1918, to April 10, 1919. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 14, 1919. 

SNYDER, GLENN HAVEN, Army Field Clerk. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 1, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Casual Com- 
pany. Transferred to Chicamauga Park, Fort 
Oglethorpe, Georgia, and assigned to 22d Ambu- 
lance Company. Transferred to Camp Dix, New 
Jersey, and assigned to Camp Headquarters, Ad- 
jutant's office. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
March 11, 1918. Appointed Army Field Clerk 
March 11, 1918, at Camp Dix, N. J. 

SMITH, CHARLES DeWOLFE, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted April 17, 1917, at Schenectady, N. Y., in 
the Machine Gun Company of the 2d New York 
National Guard. Transferred to Pelham Bay, N. 
Y , and later to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, 
South Carolina, where, by federalization, his or- 
ganization became a part of the 105th Infantry. 
Discharged for physical disability at Camp Wads- 
worth, South Carolina, December 19, 1917. 

SCHWEICKHARD, LEO HANDLT, Yeoman, 1st 
Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., April 16, 1917. Sent to 
Newport, Rhode Island, and assigned to U. S. S. 
Scout Cruiser "Chester," and later to Cruiser 
"St. Louis" and Transport "Mt. Vernon." Mr. 
Schweickhard was in the convoy to General 
Pershing in crossing to the European Continent, 
in June, 1917. He served as Seaman, Carpen- 
ter's Mate, and Yeoman. His enlistment expires 
in April, 1921. 

SEELEY, ROBERT LAMPSON, 1st Class Machine 
Gunner. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y, May 5, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., thence to Fort Sam Houston, 
Texas, and assigned to Troop A, 3d Cavalry. 
Transferred to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, and as- 
signed to Machine Gun Troop, 11th Cavalry. Re- 
mained with that contingent at Camp Gordon, 
Atlanta, Georgia, and at Fort Myer, Virginia. 
Discharged at Fort Myer, Va., Jun e 16, 1919. 

STARK, PAUL MARTIN, Assistant Band Leader. 

Enlisted at Auburn, N. Y., June 14, 1917. Sent to 
Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 
Sailed for overseas May 10, 1918, from Newport 
News, Va., arriving at Brest, France, May 24, 
1918. Member Headquarters Company, 108th In- 
fantry Band, 27th Division. In battle fronts at 
Kemmel Hill and Hindenburg Line, between 
Cambrai and St. Quentin. Promoted to Assistant 
Band Master in July, 1918. Dischagred at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 



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(1) George Kinne 

(2) Lauriston Scherer 

(3) Hiram Schubert 

(4) John Swarthout 

(5) Neils Thomsen 

(6) Joseph Woodruff 



(7) Horace Wheeler 
(S) William Williams 

(9) Raymond Walker 

(10) Mitchell Webster 

(11) Howard Wheeler 

(12) Anthony Youst 

(25) Ira Ide 



(13) Joseph Youst 

(14) Albert Day 

(15) George Matthews 

(16) Efner Santee 

(17) Robert Bias 

(18) Carl Carpenter 



(19) Earl Carpenter 

(20) Bernard Duffy 

(21) Harry Goundry 

(22) Claude Hovey 

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SMITH, CLARENCE RANDALL, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 29, 1917. As- 
signed to 81st Ambulance Company, National 
Guard State of New York. Transferred August 5, 

1917, to Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina; as- 
signed to 106th Ambulance Company. Transfer- 
red to Camp Stewart, Newport News, Virginia. 
Sailed May 30, 1918, arriving at the port of Brest, 
France, June 13, 1918. Member 106th Ambulance 
Company, 27th Division. Battles — Hindenburg 
Line offensive, September 29-30; LeSelle River, 
France, October 17; Jonc-de-Mur Ridge, October 
18; Vierstaat Ridge, Belgium, August 31 to Sep- 
tember 2; The Knoll, Guillimont Farm, Quen- 
nemont Farm, September 27; St. Maurice River, 
France, October 19-20. Minor Engagements — East 
Poperinghe Line, Belgium, October 7 to 20; 
Dickebusche Sector, Belgium, August 21 to 30. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 

SCUTT, ALLEN EUGENE, Chauffeur. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., July 1, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., then to Fort Benjamin Harri- 
son, Indiana, then to Camp Custer, Michigan, and 
assigned to 340th Infantry, Medical Detachment ; 
transferred to 170th Infantry Brigade Headquar- 
ters as Chauffeur for General Penn. Sailed from 
New York, N. Y., July 21, 1918, arriving at Le 
Havre, France, from Liverpool, England, Au- 
gust 11, 1918. Member 85th Division, Brigade 
Headquarters, 170th Infantry. Transferred to 
Division Headquarters, 38th Division, from No- 
vember 7, 1918, until January 9, 1919. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky, January 
9, 1919. 

SHORT, ERANK, Captain, Ordnance Department. 

Enrolled in Reserve Officers' Training Corps at 
Camp Sheridan, 111., May 13, 1917, and assigned 
to Ordnance Department. Commissioned 1st Lieu- 
tenant August 15, 1917. Transferred to Machine 
Gun School at Springfield Armory, Mass., Au- 
gust 18, 1917, and remained there until Septem- 
ber 30, 1917. Sailed from New York City October 
15, 1917, arriving at Liverpool, England, October 
24, and at Le Havre, Franec, October 28, 1917. In 
Aircraft Armament Section, Ordnance Depart- 
ment (Paris, France), November 1, 1917, to June 
19, 1918, head of technical branch, acting head 
of section, etc. On the staff of the Chief Ord- 
nance Officer, Base Section No. 3, American Ex- 
peditionary Forces, (London, England), June 20, 

1918, to July 10, 1919. Technical representative 
in England on aircraft armament. June 20, 1919, 
to July 31, 1919, technical staff, Ordnance Depart- 
ment, Washington, D. C. Since July 31, 1919, 
Bomb Design Section, Aircraft Armament Divis- 
ion, Ordnance Department. Promoted Captain 
February 20, 1919. In service. 

SHORT, SIDNEY ELBERT, 2d Lieutenant. 

Enlisted at Ithaca, N. Y. August 21, 1917. Assign- 
ed to United States Army Military School, Aero- 
nautics, Ithaca, N. Y., as instructor in Machine 
Gun. Transferred to Aviation Mechanics' Train- 
ing School at St. Paul, Minnesota. In charge of 
transportation department; instructor in carbon- 



ization and ignition; officer in charge of instruc- 
tion in engineering; supply officer for transport 
school; in charge of Company B, 864th Aero 
Squadron. Discharged at St. Paul, Minnesota, 
February 1, 1919. 

SCHERER, EDWARD LAURISTON, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., November 6, 1918, and 
sent to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jacksonville, 
Florida, and assigned to Co. 13, 1st Road Regi- 
ment, Motor Transport Corps; transferred to 
Philadelphia, Pa., and assigned to Motor Trans- 
port Cos. 663 and 664. Discharged at Philadel- 
phia, Pa., June 3, 1919. (Milo). 

SCHUBERT, HIRAM ARTHUR, Flying Cadet. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., December 14, 1917, 
and sent to Cornell Aviation School, Cornell 
University, Ithaca, N. Y., May 25, 1918. Private, 
1st Class, Aviation School, Ithaca, N. Y. ; Private, 
1st Class, Camp Dick, Dallas, Texas; Flying 
Cadet, Barron Field, Everman, Texas. Discharg- 
ed at Barron Field, Everman, Texas, November 
27, 1918. 

STEVENS, ARTHUR FRANCIS, Private, Chauffeur. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., March 11, 1918. Sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y.. assigned to Aviation Sec- 
tion, Signal Corps. Transferred to Kelly Field, 
San Antonio, Texas; assigned to 237th Aero 
Squadron. Transferred to Southern Field, Ameri- 
cus, Georgia. Attended schools at St. Louis, 
Missouri, and St. Paul, Minnesota. Discharged at 
Americus, Georgia, February 4, 1919. 

SWARTHOUT, JOHN F., Bugler, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., May 22, 1918. Sent 
to Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, and assigned to 
315th Cavalry. Transferred to Camp Knox, West 
Point, Kentucky, and assigned to 72d Light Field 
Artillery. Discharged at Camp Knox, Kentucky, 
February 4, 1919. 

THOMSEN, NEILS PETER, Private. 

Enlisted at Fort Porter, Buffalo, N. Y., Septem- 
ber 19, 1917. Sent to Camp Allentown, Penn., and 
assigned to Ambulance Corps 610. (The 610th 
organized here). Sailed March 28, 1918, arriving 
at Brest, France, April 4, 1918. Member Sanitary 
Service, United States Ambulance Corps 610. 
Duties at the fronts at Montdiddier-Noyon, Cu- 
villy, Campeign, and Oise-Aisne, August 18 to 
27; Oise-Aisne, September 10 to November 3, 
1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., April 22, 
1919. 

WOODRUFF, JOSEPH DUDLEY, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., April 8. 1917. Sailed 
for LeHavre, France, April 15, 1918, arriving May 
3, 1918. Member Company A, Machine Gun Bat- 
talion, 5th Division. Transferred to Company B, 
Military Police, about October 1st, 1918. In 
Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel offensives. Left 
Luxemburg for the United States July 4, 1919. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., July 25, 1919. 




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WHEELER, HORACE BROWN, Private. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 1, 1917. Sent 
to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg ) South Caro- 
lina, and was assigned to Ambulance Company 
106. Sailed June 30, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, July 12, 1918. Member Ambulance Com- 
pany 106, 27th Division. In battle lines at Bast 
Poperinghe Line, August 7 to 20; Dickebusche 
Sector, August 21 to 30; Vierstaat Ridge, Bel- 
gium, August 31 to September 2; Hindenburg 
Line, France, September 29-30; Quennemont 
Farm, September 27; LeSelle River, October 17- 
18; St. Maurice River, October 19-20, 1918. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM WARREN, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., November 16, 1917. U. 
S. Navy. 



Mr. Williams was brought into prominence by 
the use of his picture on a Liberty Loan poster. 
W. E. Burnell, of Penn Yan, who made all of the 
pictures for the illustrations appearing in this 
book, made an enlarged photograph of Mr. Wil- 
liams in his naval uniform. The young man's 
smile was so attractive that a copy of the picture 
was sent to the headquarters of Liberty Loan 
publicity department in New York, and it was 
turned over to the celebrated illustrator, James 
Montgomery Flagg, who made a drawing from 
the photograph. Mr. Williams was 28 years old 
at the time. He came to Penn Yan from Baskin, 
La. When th e picture was taken he was station- 
ed on the United State Recruiting Ship, Co. No. 8, 
general detail, Norfolk Navy Yard, Va. 

WALKER, RAYMOND CHARLES, Private. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., December 9, 1917, 
and sent to Vancouver Barracks, Washington, 
and assigned to 318th Engineers. Transferred to 
American University, Washington, D. C. ; U. S. 
Hospital, No. 17, Markleton, Penn.; U. S. Hospi- 
tal, No. 8, Otisville, N. Y. Discharged at U. S. Gen- 
eral Hospital, No. 8, at Otisville, N. Y., Septem- 
ber 19, 1919. 

WEBSTER, MITCHELL RILEY, Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., January 18, 1918, and 
sent to Key West, Florida, and assigned to 2d 
Company, 36th Regiment, 41st Brigade, Coast 
Artillery Corps. Transferred to Camp Eustice, 
Virginia; Fortress Monroe, Virginia; Fort Slo- 
cum, N. Y. ; Stewart, Virginia; Upton, Long 
Island. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., Decem- 
ber 18, 1918. 

WILSON, PERCY CHARLES, Private, 1st Class, U. 

S. M. C. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., March 26, 1918. Sent 
to Paris Island, South Carolina, and assigned to 
42d Company, I Battalion, April 17, 1918, to June 
7, 1918, then transferred to Portsmouth Navy 
Yard, and assigned to Barracks Detachment. At 
Portsmouth June 7, 1918, to August 20, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Portsmouth Navy Yard August 20, 
1919. 



WHEELER, HOWARD EDWIN, Electrician, 1st 

Class, Radio, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N Y., June 21, 1918, and 
sent to Newport, Rhode Island, and assigned to 
seamanship training. Went to Harvard Univer- 
sity Radio School, graduating from that insti- 
tution in February, 1919. Assigned to U. S. S. 
"Kansas" at Hampton Roads, Virginia. Trans- 
ferred to Receiving Ship at Norfolk, Va., then 
to U. S. Revenue Cutter, "Relief," May 15, 1919, 
at New York. Sent to Receiving Ship at New York 
for 10 days, then assigned to U. S. S. "Schoodic". 
First Radio Operator on this ship June 1 to Oc- 
tober 1, 1919. Discharged at New York Re- 
ceiving Ship October 13, 1919. 

WARD, JOB M,, Dental Reserve Corps. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., October 9, 1917. Not 
called to active service. 

YOUST, ANTHONY J. 

(Official)— Anthony J. Youst (549,387), 107 Cher- 
ry St., Penn Yan. Enlisted at Camp Syracuse, 
July 4, 1917. Born Elmira. Age 18 11-12 years. 
Organizations: Med. Det. 30th Inf., July 4, 1917, 
to July 14, 1917. San. Det. 38th Inf. to July 16, 
1918. Private. Engagements: 2d battle of the 
Marne. Served overseas March, 25, 1918, to July 
16, 1918. Died July 16, 1918, of wounds received 
in action. No other wounds. Notify Miss Mary 
Youst, sister, 107 Cherry St., Penn Yan. 

YOUST, JOSEPH JAMES, Private. 

Enlisted at Pittsburg, Penn. December 1, 1917. 
Sent to Camp Meade, Maryland, and assigned to 
Company H, 23d Engineers. Sailed March 29, 1918, 
and arrived at Brest, France, June 13, 1918. Mem- 
ber Company H, 23d Engineers, independent unit. 
In battle lines at St. Mihiel Sector, September 12 
to 24, 1918; Meuse-Argonne, September 25, 1918 
to November 11, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dev- 
ens, Ayer, Mass., June 14, 1919. 



POTTER 

DAY, ALBERT SHERMAN, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., July 30, 1917. Sent to 
Camp Syracuse, N. Y., and assigned to Company 
I, 49th Infantry. Transferred to Headquarters 
Company, 23d Infantry, in August, 1917. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., September 7, 1917, arriv- 
ing at St. Nazaire, France, September 21, 1917. 
Member Headquarters Company, 23d U. S. Regu- 
lars, 2d Division. In battles at Troyon Sector, 
March 15 to May 13, 1918; Aisne defensive, May 
31 to June 5; Chateau-Thierry Sector, June 6 to 
July 9; Aisne-Marne offensive, July 18 to July 20; 
Marbache Sector, August 16 to 19; St. Mihiel, 
September 12 to 16; Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
October 1 to 10, and November 1 to 11, 1918. In 
Army of Occupation at Vallendar, Neiderwerth, 
Rengsdorf, Germany, from December 1, 1918, to 
July 16, 1919. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
August 13, 1919. 



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FORD, GEORGE W., Jr., Serjeant. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June 6, 1917, in Nation- 
al Guard, Company B, 3d New York Infantry. 
Transferred to Pelham Bay, New York, thence 
to Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Caro- 
lina, and thence to Camp Stewart, Virginia. 
Sailed from Newport News, Va., May 10, 1918, 
and arrived at Brest, France, May 23, 1918. Mem- 
ber Company B, 108th Infantry, 27th Division. 
In battles at Hindenburg Line (Bony, France), 
East Poperinghe Line (Belgium), Vierstaat 
Ridge (Belgium), LeSelle River, St. Souplet 
(France), Dickebusche Sector (Belgium), St. 
Maurice River, Cattillon, Jonc-De-Mur (Corbie 
Luermon). Wounded at St. Souplet, France, Oc- 
tober 27, 1918, in shoulder and right leg from 
shrapnel and gun fire. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE WEBBER, Seaman. 

Enlisted in U. S. Navy December 5, 1917, at Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Sent to Naval Training Station at 
Newport, R. I. Sent to Brooklyn Navy Yard, then 
to U. S. Receiving Ship at Philadelphia. Assign- 
ed to U. S. S. "Cynthic" from Feb. 9, 1918, to Feb. 
16, 1919; to U. S. S. "Bushnell", from Mar. 5, 1919, 
to August 1, 1919. Discharged on Receiving Ship, 
Philadelphia, August 14, 1919. 

SANTEE, EFNER HIRAM, Private. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., August 1, 1917. Sent to 
Syracuse Recruit Camp, and assigned to Com- 
pany A , 50th Infantry, with which served until 
August 15, when transferred to Company A, 23d 
Infantry, and sent to Camp Merritt, N. J., sailing 
from Hoboken, N. J., September 7, 1917, arriving 
at St. Nazaire, France, September 21. Served with 
Company A, 2d Division, 23d Infantry, to August 
1, 1918, when transferred to 306th Service Com- 
pany, with which served until August 6, 1919. 
Discharged at U. S. General Hospital No. 8, Otis- 
ville, N. Y., August 6, 1919. 

STARKEY 

ANDREWS, ARCHIE GRATON, Electrician, 1st 
Class. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., August 2, 1917, as ap- 
prentice seaman, and sent to Rhode Island Navy 
Yard, and assigned to Navy Radio School, No- 
vember 20, 1917; Harvard Radio School, Decem- 
ber 17, 1917; Wireless Telephone School, New 
London, Conn., May 17, 1918; Officers' Observer 
School, Hampton Roads, Va., in Navy Aviation, 
July 10, 1918; Naval Aircraft Store House, Glou- 
cester, N. J., August 27, 1918; Radio Experimen- 
tal Laboratory; Radio Compass School, Pelham, 
N. Y., June 10, 1919. In charge of Radio Compass 
Station, Buxton, Cape Hatteras, N. C, July 25, 
1919. Was promoted to seaman, 2d Class, at New- 
port, Rhode Island; Electrician, 3d Class, at 
Harvard Radio School; Electrician, 1st Class, at 
Officers' Observer School at Hampton Roads, 
Va. Discharged at Hampton Roads, Va., Sep- 
tember 10, 1919. 



BIAS, ROBERT A, 1st Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., May 26, 1917. 
Sent to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and as- 
signed to Company B, 7th U. S. Engineers. Sailed 
from New York, N. Y., March 16, 1918, arriving 
in England March 29, and in France May 2, 1918. 
Member 5th Division, 7th Regiment, U. S. En- 
gineers, Regulars. In battle fronts at St. Die 
Sector, July 16 to August 22; St. Mihiel offen- 
sive, September 11 to 23; Meuse-Argonne offen- 
sive, October 6 to November 11, 1918. Gassed and 
wounded at Meuse-Argonne October 12, 1918, 
from machine gun. In Army of Occupation at 
Luxemberg and Treves, Germany, from Decem- 
ber 15, 1918, to July 5, 1919. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., August 1, 1919. 
Previous service — Enlisted at San Francisco, 
California, January 6, 1912, and spent ten months 
at Fort Douglas, Utah, from January 6, 1912, to 
November 15, 1912. Was then sent to Manila, 
Philippine Islands, for one year. Returned to 
the United States in December, 1914. Was sent 
to the Mexican Border until January 5, 1915. 
Was then discharged. His entire service was in 
Company C, 20th U. S. Infantry, Regulars. 

CARPENTER, CARL F. 

Enlisted at Camp Custer, Mich., October 9, 1917, 
Company I, 125th Infantry. Discharged Febru- 
ary 5, 1918, at Waco, Texas. Re-enlisted April 
15, 1918, at Rochester, N. Y., U. S. Naval Reserve. 
Discharged September 15, 1919. 

CARPENTER, EARL D., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., June 7, 1917, and sent 
to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 2d Recruit 
Company. Arrived in Empire, Canal Zone, July 
28, 1917, and served in Company E, 3d Engineers, 
until December 1, 1918. Transferred to Head- 
quarters Company 3d Engineers, and remained 
in that Company until discharged at Corozal, 
Canal Zone, March 31, 1919. Appointed Corporal 
September 25, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Decem- 
ber 1, 1918. Rated as Marksman, November, 1918. 

CLARY, FRANCIS J. 

Enlisted at Philadelphia, Pa,, December 19, 
1917. Medical Reserve Corps. 

DUFFY, BERNARD J., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Dayton, Ohio, June, 1917. Sent to 
Fort Thomas, Kentucky, and assigned to 22d Re- 
cruit Company. Transferred to Fort Benjamin 
Harrison, Indiana, and assigned to Company A, 
46th Infantry; Camp Gordon, Georgia, 46th In- 
fantry; Camp Taylor, Louisville, Kentucky, 
46th Infantry. Appointed Corporal at Fort Ben- 
jamin Harrison, Ind., September 15, 1917. Ap- 
pointed Sergeant at Camp Taylor, Kentucky, 
January 9, 1918. Discharged at Camp Gordon. 
Georgia, November 28, 1918. 

GOIINDRY, HARRY BARNES, Private. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., November 15, 1917. 
Was sent to camp November 21, and was assign- 




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ed to Company B, 23d Engineers. Transferred to 
Camp Humphreys' Belvoir, Virginia, thence to 
Laurel, Maryland. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J , 
• March 29, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, April 
13, 1918. December 1, 1918, transferred from the 
23d Engineers to Company A, 29th Engineers. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, Long Island, July 
16, 1919. 

HOVEY, CLAUDE ARMSTRONG, Ship's Cook, 4th 
Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., August 11, 1917. As- 
signed to U. S. S. "Richmond", at Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia, August 12, 1917. Transferred to U. S. Nav- 
al Operating Base, Hampton Roads, Virginia, 
December 16, 1917. Assigned to U. S. S. "Zee- 
landia" June 24, 1918. Transferred to U. S. S. 
"Zeppelin" August 8, 1919. Sent to Naval Hos- 
pital, League Island, Philadelphia, Pa. Discharg- 
ed February 23, 1920. 

HARPENDING, ASBURY HATHAWAY, Private. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., April 9, 1917. Sent 
to Camp Syracuse, N. Y., and assigned to 5th U. 
S. Infantry. Transferred to Empire, Canal Zone, 
Panama. 

HILL, HARRY R., Sergeant. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., May 26, 1917. Sent to 
Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C, and 
assigned to 66th U. S. Engineers, thence to Re- 
placement Company B, Engineers. Discharged at 
Washington Barracks, D. C, January 15, 1919. 

HOWELL, BELDEN SAMUEL, Private, U. S. Marine 
Corps. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., July, 1917. Sent to 
Paris Island, South Carolina, and assigned to 
3d Company D. Transferred to Quantico, Virgin- 
ia, and assigned to 127th Company, 7th Regi- 
ment, Marine Corps. Sailed from New York for 
Santiago, Cuba, November 7, 1917. Served in var- 
ious camps in Cuba with 127th Company, 7th 
Regiment, U. S. Marine Corps, and remained in 
that Company until discharged at Marine Bar- 
racks, Philadelphia, Penn., September 6, 1919. 

HARPER, DOYLEMARX, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., November 27, 1917. 
Sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to 2d 
Recruit Company. Attached and unassigned to 
Line 60, 3d Training Brigade, at Kelly Field, 
San Antonio, Texas, on December 9th, 1917. 
Transferred January 31, 1918, and attached and 
unassigned to 5th Detachment, 327th Aero Squad- 
ron, and sent to Jersey City on detached service. 
Returned to Kelly Field March 4, 1918, attached 
and unassigned to 328th Aero Squardon. Trans- 
ferred May 15, 1918, to 2d Detachment, Kelly 
Field June Replacement, Overseas Casuals. 
Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., May 27, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Bordeaux, France, June 9, 1918. Member 
2d Detachment Kelly Field June Replacement, 
Overseas Casuals, from Bordeaux to St. Maxient, 
and attached and unassigned to 1102d Replace- 
ment Squadron, June 17, 1918. Transferred June 
19, 1918, to 1104th Casual Squadron, at 3d A. I. 
C, Issoudun, France. Detached from the 1104th 



and assigned to the 21st Air Service Squadron 
December 1, 1918. On duty in the service of Sup- 
ply during entire foreign service period. Dis- 
charged at Camp Mills, Mineola, Long Island, 
April 14, 1919. 

IDE, IRA C. 

Enlisted August, 1917, Dental Reserve Corps. 

JESSOP, POSTER, Private, 1st Class. 

(Official)— Foster F. Jessop, (364,363), Rock 
Stream. Enlisted in National Guard at Ft. Slo- 
cum, N. Y., April 21, 1918. Born Dundee. Age 19 
11-12 years. Organizations: 2d Recruit Co., Gen. 
Serv. Inf., April 26, 1918; Co. F., 106th Inf. to 
death. Private April 21, 1918; private, 1st class, 
Aug. 25, 1918. Engagements: Vierstaat Crossing, 
Ypres salient, Guillemont farm, Malakoff wood. 
Served overseas May 10, 1918, to death. Killed in 
action Sept. 27, 1918. No other wounds. Notify 
Mrs. Cecil Jessop, mother, R. D. 21, Rock Stream. 

MacCALMAN, DONALD JAMES, Ensign Naval Avia- 
tion. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., March 1918, and 
reported at Boston Aviation School, Institute of 
Technology, June 4, 1918. Transferred to Key 
West, Miami, and Pensacola, Florida, receiving 
his commission as Ensign at the latter place. 
From Pensacola he was sent to the Naval Air 
Station at Coco Solo, Canal Zone, Panama, Jan- 
uary 9, 1919, where he is still in service. 

NORRIS, LEON 0. 

Enlisted at Camp Syracuse, N. Y., Juy 23, 1917, 
Company G, 23d Infantry. 

NEILSEN, HAROLD J. 

Enlisted at Fort Slocum, N. Y., December 11, 1917, 
Battery C, 16th Field Artillery. 

PEELLE, JAMES FRANCIS, Signalman, 1st Class, 

U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., December 5, 1917. Sent 
to U. S. Naval Training, Station at Newport, 
Rhode Island, and assigned to Blue Jacket 
Guard. Served in Blue Jacket Guard until April, 
1917, then received appointment as Assistant 
Instructor. Served thus during war. Graduated 
from Coxswains' School in February, 1919. Went 
aboard U. S. S. "Dixie" in March, 1919, and 
while on the "Dixie" was promoted to Signal- 
man, 1st Class. Discharged at Bay Ridge Bar- 
racks, Brooklyn, N. Y., August 16, 1919. 

RAPALEE, HARVEY McKINLEY, Private. 

Enlisted at Corning, N. Y., December 15, 1917. 
Sent to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, and assigned 
to 59th Battalion, Coast Artillery. Transferred 
to Fort Hamilton, N. Y. Sailed from Hoboken, 
N. J., March 28, 1918, and arrived in Brest, 
France, April 5, 1918. Member 59th Regiment 
Supply Company, Coast Artillery Corps. In bat- 
tle fronts at St. Mihiel offensive, September 12; 
Verdun offensive, Bois de la Chalade, September 
26; Very, October 8 and 9; Eclisfontaine, October 
12 and October 23; Romagne, October 28 to No- 
vember 1, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y.. January 30, 1919. 



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(1) Foster .Ii'NNop 

(2) Donald MaeCalman 
(.!) James l»«'«-ll«- 

<4> Harvey Rapalee 

(.">> Lyle Townley 



((!) Charles Heard 
(7) Hu^h Bentley 
(S) Walter Elling 

(») I, .I.iikI Harris 
<io» Clarence Kmllow 



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SPROT L, HAROLD, Corporal. 

(Official)— Harold Sproul (1025821), Dundee, N.Y. 
Enlisted at Ft. Slocum, N. Y., April 28, 1917. 
Born Orange, N. J. Age 18 5-12 years. Organiza- 
tions: Co. G, 54th Inf. to death Private April 23, 
1917; private, 1st Class. Jan. 22, 1918. Corporal. 
Served overseas Aug. 17, 1918, to death. Died of 
broncho-pneumonia Oct. 22, 1918. Notify Bert 
Sproul, father, R. D. 2, Watkins. 

TOWNLEY, LYLE BRUNSK1LL, Private. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N. Y., February 20, 1918. 
Sent to Marine Barracks, at Paris Island, South 
Carolina, and assigned to 9th Company, Head- 
quarters Detachment. At Quantico, Va., assigned 
to 198th Company, 2d Machine Gun Battalion, 
and was a member of the same battalion at San- 
tiago de Cuba. At Philadelphia Navy Yard, Phila- 
delphia, Penn., assigned to 107th Company, 1st 
Regiment, Marine Corps. Discharged at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Navy Yard, August 15, 1919. 

TORREY 

BEARD, CHARLES ADELBERT, Master Signal 
Electrician. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., October 3, 1917. 
Sent to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 321st 
Field Signal Battalion. Transferred to Camp 
Samuel F. B. Morse, Plattsburg, N. Y., thence to 
Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed for overseas August 
31, 1918, and arrived at LeHavre, France, about 
September 18, 1918. Member 301st Field Signal 
Battalion. Engaged in fighting fronts at Mar- 
bache, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., June 2, 1919. 

I5ENTLEY, HUGH WOODRUFF, Coxswain. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., November 17, 1917. 
Sent to Newport, Rhode Island, and thence to Re- 
ceiving Ship at Boston, Mass., and rated as Sea- 
man Guard. Transferred to Receiving Ship at 
Philadelphia, Penn., and assigned to Armed 
Guard. Transferred to Bay Ridge, N. Y. Was on 
U. S. S. "Rhode Island" from March, 1918, to 
July, 1918; on U. S. "Elliot" January 4, 1919, 
to July 18, 1919. The "Elliot" escorted Presi- 
dent Wilson and staff across the Atlantic. Mr. 
Bentley was discharged at Bay Ridge, New York, 
August 1, 1919. 



BISHOP, DEFOREST JOHN, 1st Musician, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., December 11, 1917, 
and sent to Newport Naval Station, and assign- 
ed to Section Chief, 4th Regiment, Company A; 
at Pelham Bay Station, assigned to concert band; 
City Park Barracks, Brooklyn, N. Y., Band and 
Concert Orchestra; on U. S. S. "South Dakota", 
Band and Officers' Orchestra. Mr. Bishop was 
aboard the "South Dakota" from March, 1918, to 
November, 1919. This vessel was on convoy duty 
out of Halifax, N. S., Portsmouth, N. H , and New 
York City, to France and England. Twelve com- 
plete trips were made while Mr. Bishop was on 
this ship. "Periscopes are only sighted by their 
wake. Many of these were fired upon, oil coming 
to the surface of the water on different occas- 
ions. One cannot state any facts, as it was deal- 
ing with the unseen." Mr. Bishop was rated as 
Apprentice Seaman at Newport, Rhode Island ; 
2d Class Seaman on U. S. S. "South Dakota," 
and 1st class Musician, aboard the same 
ship. Discharged at City Park Barracks, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., May 28, 1919. 

ELLING, WALTER A., Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Geneva, N. Y., June 28, 1917, and 
sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y., and assigned to Medi- 
cal Department. Transferred to Fort Oglethorpe, 
Georgia, and assigned to 1st Evacuation Hospi- 
tal. Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and as- 
signed to 308th Infantry, Medical Department. 
Sailed for overseas April 12, 1918, arriving at 
Calais, France, April 28, 1918. On fighting fronts 
at Baccaret Sector, Oise-Aisne, Aisne-Vesle, and 
Meuse-Argonne. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., May 9, 1919. 

HARRIS, LELAND STANDFORD, Private, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Elmira, N Y , October 25, 1917, and 
sent to Fort Slocum, N. Y. Transferred to Fort 
Hamilton, N. Y., and assigned to Sixth Anti-Air- 
craft. Transferred to Camp Mills, N. Y., as wag- 
oner. Sailed from Brooklyn Pier 29, August 10, 
1918. for France, arriving at LeHavre, August 
23, 1918. Wagoner in Battery A, Coast Artillery 
Corps Section of Sixth Anti-Aaircraft. Served 
overseas August 23, 1918, to March 1, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Fort Wadsworth, S. C , March 12, 
1919. 

LUDLOW, CLARENCE B. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., June 18, 1917, Base 
Hospital, No. 19, U. S. R 




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(1) Herbert W. Matthew) 
(4) Bernard S. Strait 
<7> John V. Conlcy 



(2) Walter <;. Halstead 
(5) K. Carlton Foster 
(8) Michael 1.. Costello 



{:>) George 10. Stevenson 
((!) <■. Howard Lender 
(!H I'VkIus M. Chaffee 



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YATES COUNTY PHYSICIANS 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 



MATTHEWS, HERBERT WOOD, Captain, Medical 
Corps. 

Enlisted at Penn Yan, N. Y., August 13, 1917. Sent 
to Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., and assigned 
to 7th Company, Medical Officers' Training 
Camp. Assigned to Camp Grant, 111., October, 
1917, and remained on duty until discharged as 
assistant Brigade Surgeon, 161st Depot Brigade. 
Commissioned 1st Lieutenant, August, 1917; 
Captain, December, 1917. Discharged at Camp 
Grant, 111., December 12, 1918. 

HALSTEAD, WALTER GEORGE, 1st Lieutenant 
Medical Corps. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., September 20, 1918. 
Called to active service October 10, 1918, and 
assigned to Base Hospital (Surgical Service), 
Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass. Transferred Novem- 
ber 11, 1918, to Rockefeller Institute, New York 
City, War Demonstration Hospital. Returned to 
Camp Devens December 2, 1918, and assigned to 
war wound work with casuals of 26th (Yankee) 
Division. Discharged at Camp Devens, Ayer, 
Mass., February 14, 1919. 

STEVENSON, GEORGE EDWARD, 1st Lieutenant 
Medical Corps. 

Enlisted at Penn Yan, N. Y., July 15, 1917. Com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant, Medical Corps, Au- 
gust 1, 1917, and reported at Fort Ethan Allen, 
Vermont, August 20, 1917. Medical Officers' Train- 
ing Camp, commanding officer Company C, Medi- 
cal Corps, until November 25, 1917. On duty at 
Fort Slocum, N. Y., until January 8, 1918. Dis- 
charged at Fort Slocum, N. Y., January 1, 1918, 
for physical disability. 

STRAIT, BERNARD SAMUEL, Captain, Medical 
Corps. 

Commissioned 1st Lieutenant July 10, 1917, and 
called to active service from Penn Yan, N. Y., 
August 26, 1917. In Medical Officers' Training 
Camp at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, Au- 
gust 26, to November 15., 1917. Student at School 
of Military Roentgenology, at New York City, N. 
Y., November 15, to December 31, 1917. Instruct- 
or in Military Roentgenology at the same school 
December 31, 1917, to June 24, 1918, then assign- 
ed to the Evacuation Hospital, No. 19. Sailed from 
Hoboken, New Jersey, August 31, 1918, arriving 
at Glasgow, Scotland, September 13, 1918, and at 
LeHavre, France, September 15, 1918. Hospital 
attached to First Army from September 15, 1918 
to January 21, 1919, then attached to Third Army 
at Frier, Germany. In Army of Occupation at 
Frier, Germany, from January 21, 1919, to June 
29, 1919. Commissioned Captain May 2, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, July 7, 1919. 



FOSTER, EDWIN CARLTON, Captain, Medical 
Corps. 

Enlisted as 1st Lieutenant at Penn Yan, N. Y., 
July 10, 1917, in the Medical Corps. Assigned to 
Base Hospital, Camp Upton, N. Y. Had special 
courses in Rockefeller Institute and Roosevelt 
Hospital, New York City. Assigned to Base Hos- 
pital, Unit 52, then transferred to Camp Gordon, 
Atlanta, Georgia. Sailed from Camp Merritt, N. 
J , July 14, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, England, 
July 26, and at Cherbourgh, France, July 30, 1918. 
Service at Rumincourt. France, near General 
Pershing's headquarters Commissioned Captain 
in February, 1919, at Rumincourt, France. Dis- 
charged at Camp Jackson, Columbia, South Caro- 
lina, May 15, 1919. 

LEADER, GEORGE HOWARD, 1st Lieutenant, Med- 
ical Corps. 

Enlisted at Rochester, N. Y., October 17, 1918. 
Sent to Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N. J., and 
assigned to Debarkation Hospital No. 5, New 
York City. Discharged at Port of Embarkation, 
Hoboken, N. J., June 21, 1919. 

CONLEY, JOHN A., 1st Lieutenant, Medical Corps. 

Enlisted at Penn Yan, N. Y., July 25, 1917, and 
called to active service August 7, 1917, at Army 
Medical School, Washington, D. C. Transferred 
to Medical Officers' Training Camp, Fort Ogle- 
thorpe, Georgia. Placed on retired list on account 
of physical disability. Re-called to service. Dis- 
charged at Washington, D. C, April 28, 1918. 

COSTELLO, MICHAEL E., 1st Lieutenant Medical 
Corps. 

Enlisted at Branchport, N. Y., September 20, 
1918, and sent to Plattsburgh, N. Y., and as- 
signed to the Medical Corps. Also served at the 
Base Hospital at Camp Meade, Maryland, and at 
St. Elizabeth Government Hospital, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Discharged at Washington, D .C, De- 
cember 17, 1918. 

CHAFFEE, FESTUS M., 1st Lieutenant, Medical 
Corps. 

Enlisted at Syracuse, N. Y., July 24, 1918, and 
sent to Camp Greenleaf, Medical Officers' Train- 
ing Camp, Chickamauga Park, Georgia, and as- 
signed to Company 17, Battalion 5. Transferred 
to Chatanooga, Tennessee, to United States Pub- 
lic Health Service, October 13, 1918, to October 
28, 1918. In the School of Military Sanitation and 
Hygiene, also School of Epidemiology for course 
of instruction. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant Sep- 
tember 3, 1918. Discharged December 19, 1918. 



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SERVICE RECORDS OF INDUCTED MEN UNDER 
SELECTIVE SERVICE LAW 



DATES ON WHICH CONTINGENTS LEFT PENN YAN. OR WERE REPORTED 
BY LOCAL BOARD. AND CAMPS TO WHICH THEY WERE SENT 



SEPT. 9, 1!)17 — CAMP DIX, WHIGHTSTOWN, N. J. 

COSTELLO, CHARLES E., Private. 

(Official)— Charles B. Costello (1754639), 129 Elm 
St., Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn Yan Sept. 9, 
1917. Born Penn Yan. Age 23 1-12 years. Organi- 
zations: Battery E., 307th F. A. Sept. 9, 1917, to 
March 21, 1918; 35th Engineers Camp Dix Re- 
placement Draft to April 9, 1918. Private, Sept. 
9, 1917; horseshoer, Jan. 17, 1918. Served over- 
seas March 29, 1918, to April 9, 1918. Died of 
meningitis April 9, 1918. Notify Mrs. Jane Col- 
mey, sister, 129 Elm St., Penn Yan. 

CARROLL, THOMAS FRANCIS, Gunner Sergeant. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery, 
which Regiment was organized at Camp Dix. 
Sailed for overseas May 27, 1918, arriving at 
LeHavre, France, June 7, 1918. Member Com- 
pany E, 307th Light Field Artillery, 78th Divi- 
sion. In battle lines at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, 
and on the Verdun front November 11, 1918, when 
the armistice became effective. Injured by con- 
cussion of exploding shell. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, May 24, 1919. (Milo). 

DOUGLASS, PERL R., Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Light Field Artil- 
lery; transferred to Camp Gordon, Georgia, and 
assigned to Company F, 328th Infantry, 78th 
Division. Sailed for overseas May 1, 1918, arriv- 
ing at LeHavre, France, May 20, 1918. Battle 
fronts: Toul Sector, Marbache, St. Mihiel, Meuse- 
Argonne offensives. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., May 29, 1919. (Milo). 

FINERGHTY, WILLIAM, Corporal. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery, 78th 
Division. Sailed for overseas April 25, 1918, ar- 
riving in London, England, May 7, and in France, 
May 13th. Assigned to Company C, 325th Regi- 
ment, 82d Division. Battle fronts: Toul Defen- 
sive, June 26-August 6; Marbache, August 15- 
Steptember 11, September 17-20; St. Mihiel, Sep- 
tember 12-16 ; Meuse-Argonne, September 26- 
November 3, 1918. Suffered broken ankle from 
fall in shell hole. The 325th Regiment was the 
first to arrive in London, England, and paraded 
before the Royal Family and American Ambassa- 
dor May 11th, 1918. Mr. Finerghty was promoted 
from Private, 1st Class, to Corporal, December 
1, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 
16, 1919. (Milo). 



WHITMAN, STEPHEN MICHAEL, 1st Sergeant. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery, 78th 
Division. Sailed for France May 27, 1918, arriv- 
ing at LeHavre. War fronts at St. Mihiel Salient, 
September 12, 1918; Souplet to Moselle Septem- 
ber 26, 1918; Argonne, November 1, 1918, to No- 
vember 11, 1918. Appointed Corporal October 17, 
1917; Sergeant, November 28, 1917; 1st Sergeant, 
March 1, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
March 5, 1919. Previous service, Troop F, 14th 
U. S. Cavalry, having enlisted July 7, 1905, and 
was discharged as Sergeant July 6, 1908. (Milo). 

SEPT. 27, 1917— CAMP DIX, AVRIGHTSTOWJV, IV. J. 

BRADLEY, JOHN H. Private. 

(Official)— John H. Bradley (2308814), Barnes, N. 
Y. Born Starkey. Age 30. Inducted at Penn Yan 
Sept. 26, 1917. Organizations served in: Battery 
E, 307 F. A. Sept. 27, 1917, to Feb. 19, 1918, 1st 
Training Bat. 147th F. A. to May 28, 1918; Bat- 
tery E, 147th F. A., to Aug. 14, 1918. Private, Sept. 
26, 1917; Cook, Jan. 1, 1918. Engagements: Marne, 
Chateau-Thierry, Vesle River Alsace front, Bel- 
fort sector. Served overseas March 4, 1918, to Aug. 
14, 1918. Killed in action Aug. 14, 1918. No other 
wounds received in action. Notify James Bradley, 
brother, Barnes, N. Y. 

BAKER, CHARLES, Cook. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Medical Corps. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., February 13, 1919. (Milo). 

BISHOP, CHARLES ARTHUR, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Stanley, Texas, and assign- 
ed to Battery E, 19th Field Artillery. Transferred 
to Camp McArthur, Texas, and assigned to Head- 
quarters Company, 19th Field Artillery. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Nichols, Louisiana, and assign- 
ed to 4th Battalion, Company C, U. S. Guards. 
Transferred to Camp Chalmette, Louisiana, and 
assigned to Company C, 4th Battalion, U. S. 
Guards. Transferred to Morgan City, Louisiana, 
and assigned to guard duty emergency fleet cor- 
poration. Transferred to Beauregard, Louisi- 
ana, and assigned to emergency guard duty. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., January 6, 1919. 
(Benton). 

BROWN, JOHN, Private. 

Rejected. (Middlesex) 




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H 




(1) Charles Costello 

(2) Thomas Carroll 

(3) Perl Douglas 

(4) William Finerghty 

(5) Stephen Whitman 
(«) John Bradley 



(7) Charles Baker 
(S> Charles Bishop 

(9) Elmer Cole 

(10) Harry Cleveland 

(11) Joseph Corey 

(12) Jesse Duell 



(13) Edmoiid Fitzpatriek 



(14) 
(15) 
(1«) 
(17) 

(IS) 



Wiu. Habherfield 
Dudley Hayes 
Harold Harris 
Fred Habherfield 
Charles Holmes 



(1!)) Clifford Hamilton 

(LO) Jens Jaeohsen 

(21) A. H. Wm. Jensen 

(22) Sinus Jorgensen 

(23) William Jones 

(24) James Ivirkpatriek 



(25) Claude I-ee 



'Page Seventy 



COLE, ELMER LIONEL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery; Base Hospital 
Medical Corps. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
April 28, 1919. (Milo). 

CLEVELAND, HARRY WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned as cook. Mess Sergeant, Headquarters 
Company; Battery A, 307th Field Artillery, 78th 
Division. Left for overseas May 27, 1918, arriv- 
ing at LeHavre, France, June 7. In St. Mihiel of- 
fensive September 12-16; Toul Sector, August 
25-October 14; Meuse-Argonne offensive, October 
18-November 11, 1918. Grand Pre attack, October 
23-24; Toul Sector, Puny raid, September 26, 
1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., May 22, 1919. 
The 307th was cited for excellent service in its 
first barrage, September 12, 1918. (Milo). 

COREY, JOSEPH ALBERT, Bugler, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. Sail- 
ed from Hoboken, N. J., May 27, 1918, arriving 
at LeHavre, France, June 13, 1918, a member of 
Battery E, 307th Field Artillery, 78th Division. 
Actively engaged in the following battle fronts: 
St. Mihiel, Argonne Forest, Meuse-Argonne, Toul, 
Preigny raid, Grand Pre attack. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., May 22, 1919. (Barrington). 

DUEL!, JESSE F., Private. 

(Official)— Jesse Frank Duell (540444), R. D. 4, 
Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn Yan Sept. 28, 1917. 
Born at Gaines, Pa. Age 22 5-12 years. Organi- 
zations: Batery E, 307th F. A. to Dec. 12, 1917; 
M. G. Co. 7th Inf. to Aug. 29, 1918; Co. K., 7th 
Inf. to death. Private. Engagements: Two battles 
of the Marne; Argonne Served overseas April 6, 
1918, to death. Killed in action Oct. 18, 1918. No 
other wounds. Notify Mrs. May C. Duell, mother, 
Penn Yan. 

FITZPATRICK, EDMOND J., Sergeant. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery; 309th Field 
Hospital, 78th Division. June 4, 1918, sailed for 
France, arriving at LeHavre, June 16, 1918. In 
France the 309th Field Hospital became part of 
303d Sanitary Train, and was engaged on the St. 
Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne fronts. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., May 30, 1919. Appointed Ser- 
geant, July 1, 1918. (Milo). 

HABBERFIELD, WILLIAM H., Cook. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred to 
Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned to 502d Engi- 
neer Battalion, unattached. With this Battalion 
sailed for overseas November 12, 1917, arriving 
at St. Nazaire, France, November 26, 1917. The 
502d Engineers was engaged mostly in recon- 
struction work, largely in the Toul Sector, 
France. Discharged at General Hospital 38, East 
View, N. Y., June 12, 1919. (Milo). 

HAYES, DUDLEY VERNON, Corporal. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery, 78th 
Division. Sailed for overseas from Hoboken, N. 
J., May 27, 1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, 
June 7, 1918. Battles at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, and the Verdun fronts. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N. J., May 23, 1919. 
(Milo). 



HARRIS, HAROLD, Mess Sergeant. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery; 
Cook and Bake School, Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment. Transferred to Fort Perry, Long Island, N. 
Y., as Mess Sergeant. Sailed August, 1918, arriv- 
ing in France at Bordeaux. Stationed at Bor- 
deaux Rifle Range. Discharged at Fort Wright, 
Staten Island, N. Y. (Starkey). 

HABBERFIELD, FREDERICK R., Private. 

Assigned to 10th Battalion, 153d Depot Brigade; 
307th Field Artillery. Discharged for physical 
disability, at Camp Dix, N. J., September 6, 1918. 
(Milo). 

HOLMES, CHARLES EARL, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Stanley, Texas, and assign- 
ed to Battery E, 19th Field Artillery. Transferred 
to Camp McArthur, Texas, and assigned to Bat- 
tery E, 19th Field Artillery. May 27, 1918, sailed 
for LeHavre, France, arriving June 15, 1918. En- 
gaged in battles at St. Die Sector July 30-August 
15; St. Mihiel, September 12-November 11. Casual 
Company 4910 Machine Gun, guard against air- 
planes. Discharged at Mitchell Aviation Field, 
Long Island, June 4, 1919. (Middlesex). 

HAMILTON, CLIFFORD MORGAN, 2d Lieutenant, 
Q. M. C. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Company F, 303d Engineers Octo- 
ber 1, 1917. Made Private, 1st Class, November 1, 
1917; Corporal, November 15, 1917; Duty Ser- 
geant, January 11, 1918. Sergeant, 1st Class, 
March 31, 1918. Transferred to Camp Joseph E. 
Johnston, Jacksonville, Florida, to Officers' 
Training School, April 28, 1918. Commissioned 
2d Lieutenant Quartermaster's Corps, July 19, 
1918. Assigned commanding officer Depot Bri- 
gade same date. Received commission Q. M. C. 
Officers' Reserve Corps February 20, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Johnston, Florida, December 
11, 1919. (Starkey). 

JACOBSEN, JENS, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned 
to Company C, 502d Engineers, with which or- 
ganization he sailed November 12, 1917, arriving 
at St. Nazaire, France, November 26, 1917. Ser- 
vice in France from November 26, 1917, to June 
22, 1919. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., June 
30, 1919. (Milo). 

JENSEN, AXEL HOLGER WILLIAM, Wagoner. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery; 303 Engineers, 
78th Division. Sailed from Brooklyn, N. Y., May 
27, 1918, arriving at Calais, France, June 9, 1918. 
(Co. F.) At St. Mihiel front, September 11 to Oc- 
tober 3; Argonne Forest, October 7 to November 
6, 1918. Promoted to Wagoner, October 1, 1918, 
near Thiacourt, France. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, June 12, 1919. (Benton). 

JOHOENSEN, SINUS ERICK, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred to 
Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned to 502d Engi- 




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(1) 

(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



Harry Lord 
Fred Lewis 
James Maley 
Charles Morse 
William Ruddick 
William Rifenberg' 




(7) William Randall 
<8) George Rusk 
(!>) Howard Spnisue 

(10) Floyd Smith 

(11) Frank Sayre 

(12) Leo Smith 



(13) Clayton Shepherd 

(14) Fred Travis 

(15) Charlie Wheeler 

(16) Fred World 

(17) Hubert Waters 
(IS) Vernon Young 



£19) Herbert Young 

(20) William Eekert 

(21) John Hatch 

(22) Walter Beekett 

(23) Harold Bahr 

(24) Henry Christensen 



4 2.") Clifford Chapman 




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neers, and with this organization sailed Novem- 
ber 12th, 1917, and arrived at St. Nazaire, France, 
November 28, 1917. Served in Company D, 502d 
Engineers, to May, 1918, when he was transferred 
to 67th Engineers, Railway Operating Troops. 
General service in France from November 26, 

1917, until July 19, 1919. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., August 6, 1919 (Benton). 

JONES, WILLIAM H. 

(Potter). 

KIRKPATRICK, JAMES STORY, Sergeant. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Headquarters Company, 153d 
Depot Brigade. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
March 4, 1919. (Milo) 

LEE, CLAUDE THOMAS, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix. November 1, 1917, for 
physical disability — broken ankle — sustained in 
service. (Potter). 

LCRD, HARRY SCHOLLAR, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Co. — , 502d Engineers, and sent 
to Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed from Hoboken, N. 
J., November 12, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, 
France, on November 28. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., June 30, 1919. (Milo). 

LEWIS, FRED JOSEPH, Mechanic. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. Ar- 
rived at LeHavre, France, via Liverpool, Eng- 
land, June 8, 1918. Member Battery E, 307th Field 
Artillery, 78th Division. In St. Mihiel offensive, 
September 12-16; Meuse-Argonne, October 16- 
November 11. Toul Sector, August 27-October 4; 
Toul Sector-Preny Raid offensive, September 28; 
Grandpre attack, October 23-24, 1918. Promoted 
Mechanic July 1, 1918, at Camp Meucon, France. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, May 22, 
1919. 

MALEY, JAMES JOSEPH, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Gordon, Georgia, Novem- 
ber, 1917, and assigned to Company L, 328th In- 
fantry. May 8, 1918, transferred to Battery B, 
319th Field Artillery, 82d Division. Sailed from 
Hoboken, N. J., May 19, 1918, arriving at Le 
Havre, France, June 6th, 1918. Served in Toul 
Sector August 12-28; Marbache Sector, Septem- 
ber 2-11; St. Mihiel, September 12-16; Argonne- 
Meuse offensive, September 26 to November 11, 

1918. Appointed Private of 1st Class at Gradig- 
nan, France, March 17, 1919. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., May 20, 1919. (Milo). 

MORSE, CHARLES CARPENTER. 

(Starkey). 

MAYBEE, EDWARD E. 

(Starkey). 

RFDDICK, WILLIAM ENSLEY, Private. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery and 303d En- 
gineers. Transferred to Fort Meyer, Va., and as- 
signed to 38th Engineers, with which organiza- 
tion he sailed from Hoboken, N. J., February 27, 



1918. arriving at Brest, France, March 9th, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., June 13, 1919. 
(Starkey). 

RIFENBERG, WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Co. D, 502d Engineers, and sent 
to Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed from Hoboken, N. 
J., November 12, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, 
France, on November 28. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., June 30, 1919. (Potter). 

RANDALL, WILLIAM AYERY, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E. 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Green, Charlotte, North 
Carolina, and assigned to Company G, 7th Infan- 
try, 3d Division. Sailed April 16, 1918, and ar- 
rived in LeHavre, France, May 1, 1918. Battles 
at Belleau Woods, June 16-23; Champagne- Aisne 
defensive, July 15-18; Aisne-Marne, July 18-30; 
St. Mihiel offensive, September 12-16; Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, September 26-October 31; Army of Occu- 
pation, Germany, August 9 to December 1, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., August 25, 1919. 
(Jerusalem). 

RUGG, GEORGE DANIEL, Jr. 

Rejected on account of defective vision. Later 
inducted. (Jerusalem). 

SPRAGUE, HOWARD 0., Sergeant. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company, 307th Field 
Artillery, 78th Division, and with this Regiment 
sailed May 8, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, 
May 18, 1918. Engaged in offensives at St. Mihiel, 
Meuse-Argonne, Grandpre, and Toul Sectors 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., May 23, 1919. 
(Milo). 

SMITH, FLOYD, Corporal. 

Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., and sailed 
for Brest, France, March 28, 1918, arriving April 
7, 1918, as casual of 35th Co , 19th Engineers. 
Member of Company I, 18th Engineers, April 7 
to July 16; 19th Tank Corps, July 15, 1918, to 
July 5, 1919. Appointed Corporal September 11, 
1918, at Dijon, France. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, L. I., July 12, 1919. (Milo). 

SAYRE, FRANK EASTON, Captain, Dental Corps. 

Assigned to 312th Field Artillery, and transferred 
to 312th Field Hospital. Received commission as 
1st Lieutenant, Dental Corps, November 6, 1917, 
and assigned to the 24th Engineers on January 
28, 1918. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., March 29, 
1918, arriving at Brest, France, April 16, 1918. 
The 24th Engineers were a special Engineers' 
regiment known as Army Troops, attached to 
some Army Headquarters and not belonging to 
any Division. Served fifteen months in the A. E. 
F. with the same regiment. In St. Mihiel offen- 
sive September 12-16, 1918; Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive, September 26 to October 12, 1918. Occu- 
pation Verdun Sector, September 19 to 25, 1918. 
Occupation Toul Sector, October 13 to November 
11, 1918. In Army of Occupation at Headquarters 
at Coblenz, Germany, from November 16, 1918, 
to December 23, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., June 13, 1919. (Starkey). 




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SMITH, LEO HERBERT. 

(Starkey). 

SHEPHERD, CLAYTON BIGELOW. 

(Barrington). 

TRAVIS, FRED JAMES, Mechanic, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred to 
Camp Gordon, Georgia, and assigned to 320th 
Field Artillery, 161st Remount Station. Sailed for 
overseas May 9, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, 
May 19, 1918. In battle fronts at Argonne, St. 
Mihiel, Chateau-Thierry, and Soissons. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Merritt, N. J., July 22, 1919. (Milo). 

WHEELER, CHARLIE, Private. 

(Official)— Charlie Wheeler, (223259), 211 Liberty 
St., Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn Yan, Sept. 26, 

1917. Born Milo. Age 27 10-12 years. Organiza- 
tions: Battery E, 307th F. A. to Nov. 14, 1917; 
302d Q. M. Mec. Repair Shop to May 31, 1918; Det, 
Q. M. C, Camp Rochambeau to death. Private. 
Served overseas Jan. 11, 1918, to death. Died of 
lobar pneumonia Oct. 19, 1918. Notify Mrs. A. 
Wheeler, mother, 211 Liberty St., Penn Yan. 

WORLD, FRED ANDREW, Corporal. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred to 
Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned to Camp Dix 
Replacement Detachment, and then to 140th 
Casual Company. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., 
April 26, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, May 4, 

1918. Member Company B, 116th Supply Train, 
41st Division, May 9-September 1, 1918; 2d Pro- 
visional Motor Truck Company, September 1, 

1918, to December 1, 1918; Motor Transport Com- 
pany No. 708, December 1, 1918, to August 11, 

1919. Promoted Corporal February 1, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, Long Island, N. Y., Au- 
gust 11, 1919. (Milo). 

WATERS, HUBERT WILLIAM, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. Vol- 
unteered for overseas duty, and was transferred 
to Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned to Company 
D, 502d Engineers, independent unit. Sailed from 
Hoboken, N. J , November 12, 1918, arriving at 
St. Nazaire, France, November 26, 1918. Engaged 
in construction work. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, L. I., June 30, 1919. (Barrington). 

YOUNG, VERNON, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Company F, 320th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Gordon, Georgia, October 
27, 1917, and assigned to Battery F, 320th Field 
Artillery. Sailed from New York May 19, 1918, ar- 
riving at LeHavre, France. In battles at Mar- 
bache Sector August 21-September 11, 1918; St. 
Mihiel Sector, September 12-September 16, 1918; 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, September 26-Novem- 
ber 11, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., May 
15, 1919. (Torrey). 

YOUNG, HERBERT ALLEN, Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned 
to Company D, 502d Engineers. Sailed from Ho- 
boken, N. J., November 12, 1917, arriving at St. 
Nazaire, France, November 26, 1917. Duties at 



Servier, St. Nazaire, Bar-sur-Aube, Chaumont, 
Neufchateau. Discharged at Camp Upton, L. I., 
June 30, 1919. (Benton). 

. NOV. 8, 11)17 — CAMP DIX, WRIGHTSTOWN, N. .1. 

ECKERT, WILLIAM FRED, Corporal. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred to 
Camp Meade, Maryland, thence to Camp Mills, 
Long Island Sailed from New York January 12, 
1918, arriving at Brest, France, January 23, 1918. 
Member Headquarters Company, 5th Field Ar- 
tillery, 1st Division. In battles at Toul Sector, 
February 24 to April 3 ; Cantigny, May 28 to 
SO; Soissons Sector, August 7 to 23; Montdiddier 
and Noyon, April 25 to July 7; Aisne-Marne, 
July 18 to 24; St. Mihiel, September 12 and 13; 
Meuse-Argonne, October 15 to November 8, 1918. 
In Army of Occupation, Germany, from Decem- 
ber 1, 1918, to August 19, 1919. Appointed Cor- 
poral in Germany, July 4, 1919. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, New Jersey, September 28, 1919. 
(Italy). 

HATCH, JOHN AUGUSTUS, Cadet. 

Enrolled October 10, 1917, at Buffalo, N. Y., in 
Enlisted Medical Reserve Corps, of which he was 
a member until October, 1918, part of which time 
he was at Fort Porter, N. Y. In October, 1918, he 
was transferred to Company A, Students' Army 
Training Corps, Medical Unit, at Buffalo Uni- 
versity. Discharged at Buffalo University, De- 
cember 21, 1918. Mr. Hatch was a medical stu- 
dent at the University of Buffalo, and was ex- 
empt from military service. His name was call- 
ed by the Local Board of Yates county, on No- 
vember 8, 1917, and it having been found that he 
was in the Medical Reserve Corps, the necessary 
papers were forwarded to Camp Dix, thus credit- 
ing his induction in Yates county as of that date. 
(Milo). 

NOV. TZ, 1917 — CAMP DIX. WRIGHTSTOWN, N. J. 

BECKETT, WALTER WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, in which remain- 
ed until discharged at that camp June 22, 1918. 
(Middlesex). 

BAHR, HAROLD G. 

(MilO). 

CHRISTENSEN, HENRY JOHN, Sergeant. 

Assigned to Company E, 303d Ammunition Train, 
78th Division. Sailed for France, May 26, 1918, ar- 
riving in Liverpool, England, June 12, 1918, and 
in France, June — , 1918. Engagements at St. 
Mihiel and Argonne Woods. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., May 28, 1919. (Benton). 

CHAPMAN, CLIFFORD CLAIR, Private. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas, and assigned to 
21st Balloon Company Transferred to Camp 
Morrison, Virginia, and assigned to 621st Aero 
Squadron. Transferred to Lee Hall, Va., U. S. 



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Balloon School; 21st Balloon Company, Casual 
Detachment; 28th Balloon Company; 91st Bal- 
loon Company. Discharged at Balloon School, Lee 
Hall, Virginia, April 11, 1919. (Milo). 

CLARK, FRANKLIN HANFORD (Colored), Farrier 
Sergeant. 

Assigned to Battery D, 349th Field Artillery, 92d 
Division. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
March, 1919. (Milo). 

HURD, MORRIS ERNEST, Private. 

Assigned to 307th Field Artillery. Transferred 
to Leon Springs, Texas, and assigned to 19th 
Field Artillery, 5th Division. Sailed May 27, 1918, 
arriving in France, June 18, 1918. Battles at St. 
Die Sector, July 30, 1918-August 22, 1918; St. 
Mihiel offensive, September 12-14; St. Mihiel 
Sector to November 11, 1918; Army of Occupa- 
tion at Luxembourg, Germany. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., June 19, 1919. (Milo). 

KNAPTON, ALBERT CHARLES, Cook. 

Assigned to 19th Recruiting Division. Left Camp 
Dix, N. J., December 1, 1917, arriving in Kelly 
Field No. 1, Texas, December 8, 1917. Grade test- 
ed December 20th, then transferred into 236th 
Aero Sqindron December 22. Transferred to 
Chauffeurs" Giade Division January .'', 191S. 
Transferred into 5th Construction Company Jan- 
uary 12, 1918. Taken to hospital January 16, 1918; 
discharged March 8, 1918. Went to Kelly Field 
No. 3, and transferred to Kelly Field No. 3, March 
23, and assigned to Casual Detachment and made 
Cook. Transferred to 4th Company, 2d Training 
Brigade, Kelly Field No. 2, August 2. Transferred 
to Camp John Wise, Texas, August 6, and as- 
signed to 54th Balloon Company, August 17. 
Made Chief Cook August 28. Company left to 
camp in woods September 26, and left woods 
for Camp Morrison, Va., October 25, arriving at 
Camp Morrison October 29th. Left Camp Mor- 
rison for ship at Newport News, November 7. 
Sailed ten hours and turned back, arriving in 
camp November 9. Transferred from Camp Mor- 
rison to Camp Lee Hall, Va., November 24. 
Transferred back to Camp Morrison, December 
5. Discharged from Camp Morrison, Virginia, 
December 17, 1918. (Milo). 

KLUBE, CHARLES, Sergeant 

Assigned to 305th Infantry, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and assigned 
to Quartermasters' Corps, Motor Transport. 
Transferred to Brownsville, Texas, and assigned 
to Service Park Unit 356. Discharged at Browns- 
ville, Texas, May 28, 1918. (Milo). 

MERRICK, GEORGE WILLIAM. 

(Starkey). 

MANCHESTER, ROBERT J., Private. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Transferred to Camp Greene, Charlotte, South 
Carolina, and assigned to Company G, 7th Infan- 
try. Discharged at Camp Greene, N. C, February 
22, 1918. (Milo). 



PETERSEN, CARL FREDERICK FERDINAND, 
Sergeant, 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
Sailed from New York May 27, 1918, arriving at 
LeHavre, France, June 11, 1918. Member Battery 
E, 307th Field Artillery, 78th Division. Transfer- 
red to 90th Division September 23, 1918, and re- 
turned to 78th Division October 2, 1918. In St. 
Mihiel Sector September 15 to October 2; Ar- 
gonne, October 15 to November 9, 1918. Appointed 
Private, 1st Class, at Camp Dix, N. J.; Corporal, 
at Meucon, France, and Sergeant, at Granpre, 
France. Discharged at Camp Upton, Long Island, 
April 9, 1919. (Milo). 

STARK, OSCAR SAWYER. 

Rejected from physical disability. (Potter). 

TUBBS, GEORGE WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Kelly Field, San Antonia, Texas, 
and assigned to Company A, Aviation Replace- 
ment. Sailed for overseas June 30, 1918, arriv- 
ing at LeHavre, France, October 15, 1918. Du- 
ties mostly at Bordeaux, France, as fitter. Dis- 
charged at Camp Mills, Long Island, N. Y., April 
14, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

WOOD, ERNEST LEON, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Battery E, 307th Field Artillery. 
February 5, 1918, transferred to the 19th Field 
Artillery at Camp Stanley, Texas, and moved to 
Camp McArthur, Texas, the latter part of Feb- 
ruary, 1918'. Left Camp McArthur for Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., May 13, 1918. May 27, 1918, sailed for 
LeHavre, France, arriving at that port in June, 
1918. Transferred from Battery E, 19th Field Ar- 
tillery, to Battery D, 19th Field Artillery, 5th 
Division, November, 1918. In action in Vosges 
Mountains, St. Mihiel drive, Thiacourt, and 
Pagny fronts. Member of Army of Occupation at 
Luxembourg, Germany, December 5, 1918, to 
July, 1919. Discharged at Camp Mills, Va., July 
29, 1919. (Milo). 

NEILSEN, NEILS, PETER. 

(Benton). 

DEC. 27, 1917 — FORT NIAGARA, N. Y. 

GILLETTE, CHARLES CLIFFORD. 

(Potter) 

HARTER, RAY CYRUS, 1st Lieutenant, Signal Corps. 

See Enlistments, Page Fifty-six. 

FEB. 10, 1918 — FORT HAMILTON, N. Y. 

WEINSTEIN, HAROLD LONG, Corporal. 

Private in 19th Company, S. N. Y., Fort Hamil- 
ton, N. Y., February 11, 1918, to July 10, 1918. On 
detached service as candidate 5th Training Com- 
pany, 4th Training Camp, Fort Monroe, Virginia, 
April 8, 1918, to June 25, 1918. Transferred as 
private to Battery D, 70th Artillery, Coast Artil- 
lery Corps, July 10, 1918, at Fort Wadsworth, N. 
Y. Sailed from Fort Wadsworth, N. Y., July 14, 



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1918, arriving at Brest, France, July 22, 1918. 
Member Battery D, 70th Artillery, Coast Artillery 
Corps, 34th Artillery Brigade. Served in above 
unit until date of discharge. Had no active fight- 
ing, but was . held in reserve near Angers, 
France. Sailed for the United States from St. 
Nazaire, France, February 12, 1919. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 8, 1919. (Starkey). 

FEB. 25, 1918 — CAMP DEVENS, AYER, MASS. 

BAGLEY, AMOS, Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 147th Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jack- 
sonville, Florida, and assigned to Construction 
Service Corps No. 3. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., January 13, 1919. (Potter). 

BURT, ANSEL MOTT, Sergeant. 

Volunteered for the Tank Corps, and was sent 
to Camp Colt. Was two months with Company B, 
S02d Battalion Heavy Tanks. Transferred to 
Camp Post Office, taking care of mail for three 
battalions. Was later sent to Camp Dix for same 
work. Appointed Sergeant at Camp- Colt, Gettys- 
burg, Penn. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
December 14, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

BLOOD, LYNN GERALD, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to 301st Guard and Fire Company, Quar- 
termaster's Corps, Hoboken, Port of Embarka- 
tion, Hoboken, N. J. Discharged at Hoboken 
Port, N. J., April 25, 1919. (Milo). 

CHISHOLM, HENRY LESTER, Private. 

(Official)— Henry L. Chisholm, (1679937). In- 
ducted at Penn Yan, Feb. 24, 1918. Born Benton. 
Age 24 years. Organizations: Co. 27, 7th Training 
Battalion, 151st Depot Brigade Feb. 26, 1918, to 
March 18, 1918. Battery B, 304th F. A., Camp Up- 
ton, to April 4, 1918; Headquarters' Co. 308th Inf. 
to Nov. 8, 1918. Private. Served overseas April 6, 
1918 to Nov. 8, 1918. Died of lobar pneumonia 
Nov. 8, 1918. Notify Mrs. Ceolia Chisholm, moth- 
er, 329 Elm St , Penn Yan. 

(OLE, WALTER JAMES, Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 7th Provisional Train- 
ing Battalion, Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 304th Field 
Artillery, Headquarters Company, 77th Division. 
Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., April 24, 1918, ar- 
riving at Brest, France, May 2, 1918. Campaigns: 
Vosges front, July 23 until about August 1; Vesle 
and Aisne front until September 14; Argonne, 
September 26 to November 1, and then to the 
Argonne-Meuse front from November 1 to No- 
vember 12. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 
10, 1919. (Middlesex). 

CADY, CHARLES BENJAMIN, Wagoner. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 
304th Field Artillery, 37th Company, 152d Depot 
Brigade. Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., and 
assigned to 80th Field Artillery Supply Com- 
pany, 7th Division, and with this contingent sail- 
ed for Brest, France, August 21, 1918, arriving 



September 23, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., June 27, 1919. (Barrington). 

CALHOON, WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company 27, D. B. 
Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned 
to Company A, 304th Field Artillery; then to 
Company L, 308th Infantry, 77th Division. Sail- 
ed from New York, arriving at Liverpool, Eng- 
land, April 23, 1918, and LeHavre, France, April 

24, 1918. In battles at Lorraine and Chateau- 
Thierry. Wounded at Chateau-Thierry in left leg 
by machine gun bullet September 5, 1918. 
In R. C. Hospital No. 1, Paris; thence 
in Army Hospital, No. 57, Paris. Discharged from 
Hospital January 9, 1919, and sailed for United 
States Feb. 3, 1919. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., March 5, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

CARIS, PERCY WARNER, Sergeant, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Gas Defense Service, later called the 
Chemical Warfare Service. Sent to Hero Manu- 
facturing Company (Gas mask factory), Phila- 
delphia, Pa., March 18th, to May 26th; at Camp 
Dix, N. J., Overseas Repair Section No. 2, G. D. 
S, May 26, to June 25; at Camp Merritt, N. J., 
June 25 to June 30th. With the Overseas Repair 
Section No. 2, Gas Defense Service, sailed from 
Hoboken, N. J., June 30, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, July 13, 1918. Transferred to Chemical 
Warfare Service August 1. Served at Chauteau- 
roux, Indre, two weeks; at Brest, August 1 
to December 26; Gievres, Loire et Cher, Decem- 
ber 26 to June 19, 1919. In all these places was 
engaged in overseeing the shipment of Chemical 
Warfare Supplies. Was sent to Bordeaux June 

14, 1919, as Senior Non-Com., in charge of a de- 
tail to destroy gas ammunition at sea. Made Ser- 
geant at Brest, France, November 1, 1918, and 
Sergeant, 1st Class, at Gievres, France, April 1, 
1919. Discharged at Camp Sherman, Ohio, Au- 
gust 12, 1919. (Starkey). 

CLAWSON, WILLARD ALEXANDER, Musician, 2d 

Class. 

Assigned to the 27th Co., 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Unton, N. Y., and assigned 
to Headquarters Co , 304th Field Artillery. Sail- 
ed from Hoboken, N. J.. April 24, 1918, and ar- 
rived in Brest, France, May 2. Served in Head- 
quarters Co., 304th Field Artillery, 77th Division. 
In Oise-Aisne offensive and on Argonne front, 
July 12 to November 11, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., May 10, 1919. (Middlesex). 

CHADWICK, EDMUND, Corporal. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 7th Training Bat- 
talion, 151st Depot Brigade. Transferred March 

15, 1918, to Company B, 301st Military Police. 
Transferred December 5, 1918, to 218th Military 
Police Corps. Transferred June 13, 1919, to Cas- 
ual Company 6918. Sailed from Boston, Mass., 
July 8, 1918, for LeHavre, France, arriving July 

25, 1918. Was in the Bigmy Drive September 12, 

1918, with the 76th Division. Appointed Corporal 
June 5, 1919, at Chateauroux, France. Discharg- 
ed at Mitchell Field, Long Island, N. Y., July 7, 

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DUNN, HOMER, Private. 

Assigned to Depot Brigade, then to Company D, 
308th Infantry, and transferred to Camp Upton, 
N. Y. Sailed April 1, 1918, and arrived in France, 
April 14, 1918, with Company D, 308th Infantry, 
77th Division. In battles of Argonne-Meuse, 
Chateau-Thierry, and Rheims, Wounded at 
Rheims by bullett in head. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., December 24, 1918. (Benton). 

DENNIS, STANLEY B., Private. 

Assigned to Company K, 306th Infantry, 77th 
Division. Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and 
sailed for overseas April 14, 1918. In battle at Ar- 
gone Forest September 26, 1918. Wounded at Ar- 
gonne Forest, September 27, 1918, by machine 
gun bullet in forehead. After the wounding of Mr. 
Dennis he was captured in the Argonne Forest 
and taken to a hospital in Germersheim, Ger- 
many. From there he was taken to Sedan and 
held there until the Americans raided the place, 
and was then taken to Rastatt, where he was held 
until released. Mr. Dennis was shell-shocked, 
and does not remember the dates of his removals 
by the Germans. He was released soon after the 
Armistice was signed and taken to France, where 
he was confined in hospitals until some time in 
March. Landed in the United States March 31, 
1919. Discharged at Fort Porter, Buffalo, N. Y., 
June 2, 1919. (Starkey). 

ELLERINGTON, FRANK, Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade. Vol- 
unteered to 302d Battalion, Heavy Tank Corps. 
Sailed September 25, 1918, and arrived at Le- 
Havre, France, October 9, 1918. Assigned to Toul 
Sector six months with 330th Light Tank Corps. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, April 10, 
1919. (Middlesex). 

EDKIN, GEORGE E., Private, 1st Class, Q. M. C. 

Assigned to the Infantry, and transferred to the 
Quartermaster's Corps, embarkation duty. Sta- 
tioned at New York City, Hoboken and Newark, 
N. J. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 14, 
1919. (Milo). 

GILBERT, JOHN HAROLD, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Headquarters Troops, 301st Mili- 
tary Police. Sailed from Boston, Mass., July 8, 
1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, July 27, 1918. 
1st Adv. G. H. Q. Military Police Bu., Company B 
Messenger. Messenger to Argonne front, also 
Verdun. In Army of Occupation at Treves, Ger- 
many, December 10, 1918, to June 9, 1919. Made 
Private, 1st Class, July 30, 1918, at Chauteau- 
neuf, France. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
July 16, 1919. (Starkey). 

GOODSPEED, JOHN IRVING, 1st Lieutenant. 

Enlisted in Officers' Training Corps at Fort Nia- 
gara Officers' Training Camp, August 27, 1917. 
Discharged November 27. 1917. Inducted at Penn 
Yan, and sent to Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., Feb- 
ruary 24, 1918. March 2d, 1918, received commis- 
sion to report at Camp Upton, N. Y., and was as- 
signed to 15th Company. 152d Depot Brigade. Or- 
ganized and commanded Camp Headquarters De- 



tachment; commanded Headquarters Company, 
152d Depot Brigade; Company H, 2d Develop- 
ment Brigade, and was recommended for Cap- 
taincy. October 2 to December 18, 1918, in com- 
mand of Camp Headquarters Company. Commis- 
sioned 1st Lieutenant, June 21, 1918. Discharged 
December 18, 1918. (Milo). 

HART, HARRY S., Wagoner. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 
Ambulance Company 307. Sailed April 16, 1918, 
and arrived in Calais, France, April 30, 1918. 
The 307th was engaged in the battle fronts at 
Vesle, Aisne, Argonne, Lys-Argonne. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 12, 1919. (Potter). 

JENSEN, CHRIS HENRY, Private. 

Assigned to 28th Company, 151st Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned 
to Headquarters Company, 304th Field Artillery. 
Sailed April 21, 1918, arriving in Brest, France, 
April 28, 1918. In battle fronts at Alsace-Lor- 
raine, Chateau-Thierry, Aisne-Vesle and Meuse- 
Argonne. Gassed at Merveille September 15, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 10, 1919. 
(Benton). 

JENSEN, JOHN NICK, Corporal. 

Assigned to Depot Brigade and transferred to 
Sanitary Squad. Sailed from New York City July 
6, 1918, and arrived at LeHavre, France, July 24, 
1918. Attached to Sanitary Squad 49, 76th Divi- 
sion. Appointed Corporal November 1, 1918, at 
Mars-Sur-Allier, France. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, Long Island, N. Y., July 18, 1919. (Tor- 
rey). 

JAY, ALBERT CLEVELAND, Private. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 304th Field 
Artillery. Left for overseas April 28, 1918, and 
arrived at Brest, France. May 28, 1918. With Bat- 
tery C, 304th Field Artillery, 77th Division, ac- 
tively engaged in battles at Baccaret, Chateau- 
Thierry, and Meuse-Argonne. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., May 19, 1919. (Italy). 

KESSLER, ERNEST E., Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade; trans- 
ferred to 328th Battalion, Tank Corps. Sailed for 
overseas September 25, 1918, arriving at Le 
Havre, France, October 9, 1918. With the Head- 
quarters Tank Corps engaged in battles at Toul 
Sector, Marne River and Argonne. Discharged at 
Camp Meade, Maryland, April 11, 1919. (Benton). 

KELSEY, WILLARD HETH, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 27th Training Battalion, 151st De- 
pot Brigade. Transferred to Gettysburg, Penn., 
and assigned to 302d Battalion, Tank Corps, and 
with this Corps was transferred to Tobyhanna, 
Penn. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., September 25, 
1918, arriving at Liverpool, England, October 7, 
1918, and assigned to 142d Military Police Com- 
pany. Made Private of First Class at Gettys- 
burg, Penn., July 1, 1918 Discharged at Fort On- 
tario, N. Y., April 2, 1919. (Benton). 



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LAZENBY, JAMES DEW1TT, Private. 

Assigned to 151st Depot Brigade. Volunteered 
for service in Tank Corps. Left Camp Devens 
March 21st for Camp Colt, Gettysburg, Pa., and 
assigned to Company B, 302d Battalion Heavy 
Tanks. Left Gettysburg last of July for Toby- 
hanna, Pa. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., Septem- 
ber 25, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, England, Oc- 
tober 7, 1918, member of Company B, 302d Bat- 
talion Tank Corps, Heavy Tank Service. Trans- 
ferred to Company C, 328th Battalion. Light 
Tanks, November 15, 1918. Discharged at Camp 
Meade, Maryland, April 11, 1919. (Benton). 

MANN, CLAUDE RICHARD, Private, 1st Class. 

Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass.; Camp Colt, Gettys- 
burg, Penn.; Camp Summerall, Tobyhanna, 
Penn. Sailed for overseas, September 24, 1918, 
and served with the 302d Battalion Tank Corps. 
Made Private 1st Class, June, 1918, at Gettys- 
burg, Pa. Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, 
April 10, 1919 (Milo). 

MARKET, WILLIAM ALEXIUS, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 7th Battalion, 151st 
Depot Brigade; 48th Company, 12th Battalion, 
151st Depot Brigade. Discharged at Camp Devens, 
Mass., December 4, 1918. (Milo). 

OLMSTEAD, CARL RAY. 

(Potter) 

POULSEN, CHRIS MARTINUS, Private. 

Assigned to 27th Co., 7th Training Battalion, 
151st Depot Brigade. Transferred to Co. D, 302d 
Engineers, and to Co. E, 103d Engineers, with 
which he served until discharged. At Chateau- 
Thierry, July 9-13; Meuse-Argonne offensive,, 
September 27-October 9; Triacourt sector, Octo- 
ber 15-November 11. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., May 15, 1919. (Milo),, 

POOLE, LEDWITH ROBERT, Private. 

Assigned to Medical Corps. Transferred to Camp 
Upton, N. Y., and sailed for France, March 27, 
1918, arriving May 6, 1918, with the 306th Field 
Hospital, 77th Division. The work of the 306th 
was First Aid in the battle lines. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., May 12, 1919. (Benton). 

PERRY, LEYERNE ERNEST, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 27th Co., 7th Battalion, 151st Depot 
Brigade. Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and 
assigned to 307th Ambulance Company, 302d 
Sanitary Train, 77th Division, on March 28, 1918. 
Sailed from New York April 16, and arrived at 
Calais, France, April 28. In battles in Baccarat 
Sector, June 21-August 11; Vesle Sector, August 
11-August 18; Oise-Aisne offensive, August 18- 
September 16; Meuse-A.rgonne offensive, Sep- 
tember 23-November 11. Appointed 1st Class 
Private at LeMans, France. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, May 12, 1919. (Potter). 

PEDLEY, CLARENCE HOLLISTER, Corporal. 

Assigned to 77th Division. Transferred to Camp 
Upton, N. Y., and assigned to Battery D, 305th 



Field Artillery, and later to Company A, 302d 
Supply Train, 77th Division, and sailed from 
New York City, April 24, 1918, arriving in 
Brest, France, May 1, 1918. In battles at Bac- 
caret Sector, June 21 to August 4th; Vesle Sec- 
tor, August 11 to August 18; Oise-Aisne offen- 
sive, August 18 to September 16 ; Meuse-Argonne 
offensive, September 28 to November 11, 1918. 
Wounded at Fismes, France, August 16, 1918, by 
flesh wound in left leg. Appointed Corporal at 
Sable-Sur-Sarthe, France, December 15, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 19, 1919. 
(Starkey). 

POTTER, EMORY, Corporal. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Training Battalion, 
151st Depot Brigade. Transferred to Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., and assigned to Company L, 308th In- 
fantry, 77th Division, and with the same organ- 
ization was transferred to Camp Mills, N. Y. 
Sailed from New York City, April 7, 1918, and 
arrived at Calais, France, April 21, 1918. In bat- 
tles at Baccaret Sector June 21st to August 
4th; Vesle Sector, August 11th to August 18th; 
the Aisne offensive, August 18th to September 
16th; Meuse-Argonne offensive, September 25th 
to October 3d. Wounded in battle at Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, October 3d, 1918, by gun shot wound in 
the scalp. Appointed Corporal June 21, 1918. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 9, 1919. 
(Jerusalem). 

REED, STUART G. 

(Benton) 

RECTOR, FRANK CHARLES, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 27th Company, Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned 
to Company D, 306th Machine Gun Battalion. 
April 13, 1918, sailed for Calais, arriving at that 
port, April 30, 1918. In battles at Baccaret, Vesle, 
Aisne, Argonne and Meuse-Argonne. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 9, 1919. (Potter). 

SLUTTER, CARL J., Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company. Transferred to Camp 
Upton, N. Y., and transferred from the Artillery 
to Company H, 307th Infantry, 77th Division, 
April 5, 1918. Sailed from Camp Upton, N. Y., 
April 5, 1918, arriving at Calais Harbor, France, 
April 20, 1918. In battles at Baccaret Sector, 
June 21 to August 4; Vesle Sector, August 11 to 
August 18; Oise-Aisne offensive, August 18 to 
September 16; Meuse-Argonne, September 25 to 
October 7, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., May 9, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

SHEPHARD, MILTON, WILLIAM, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 29th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to 304th Heavy 
Field Artillery, 28th Division, National Guard In- 
fantry. Sailed May 5, 1918, and arrived in Calais, 
France, May 14, 1918. In battles at Chateau- 
Thierry, Aisne-Vesle, Fismes, and Rheims. 
Wounded at Fismes, France, September 6, 1918, 
by machine gun bullet. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., May 5, 1919. (Italy.) 



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SPRAGUE, WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to 151st Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp Upton, N. Y., and assigned to Company D, 
306th Machine Gun. Sailed April 13, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Calais, France, April 30, 1918. In battles 
at Baccaret Sector, June 21st to August 4th, 
1918; the Aisne offensive, August 18th to Sep- 
tember 16th; Vesle Sector, August 11th to Au- 
gust 18th; Meuse-Argonne offensive, September 
25th to October 3d. Discharged at Camp Upton 
N. Y., May 9, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

SAWYER, DORPHES CLDNEY, Private. 

Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., as of unassign- 
ed Infantry. Last assignment, Company L, 308th 
Infantry, February 18, 1919. (Benton). 

WOODHOUSE, FRANK LESLIE, Private. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 7th Battalion, 151st 
Depot Brigade. Stayed with 27th about two 
months and was transferred to 19th Company. 
Held from transfer out of camp on account of 
physical disability. Acting Sergeant about six 
weeks, and had charge of a few men who had to 
be sent to what was called "Overflow Barracks" 
for about six weeks, as the 19th Company was 
filled up with recruits. Returned to 19th Com- 
pany as Private. Sent to Army General Hos- 
pital at Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y., June 8, 1918. 
After discharge from hospital returned to 19th 
Company, and discharged at Camp Devens, Ayer, 
Mass., December 4, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

MARCH 9, 1918 — FORT MVER, VA. 

SPIKE, WARREN ROBERT, Private. 

Sent to Fort Myer, Va., and assigned to Co. B, 
37th Engineers. Sailed from New York, May 8, 
arriving at Brest, France, May 18, 1918. Member 
Company B, 37th Engineers, during entire ser- 
vice, being attached at various times to the 2d, 
23th and 42d Divisions — engaged in electrical 
work. At Chateau-Thierry, St. Mihiel, and Meuse- 
Argonne. Gassed at St. Mihiel, September — , 
1918. In Army of Occupation at Coblenz from 
December 15, 1918, to February — , 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 3, 1919. 
(Middlesex). 

MARCH 9, 1»18 — CAMP MERRITT, IV. .1. 

SPENCER, JOHN BARRELL, Corporal. 

Assigned to Motor Transport 377. Transferred 
to Camp Bragg, North Carolina. Discharged at 
Camp Bragg, N. C .., April 30, 1919, (Milo). 

MARCH 9, 1918 — CAMP DEVENS, AYER, MASS. 

ROESE, FREDERICK, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 27th Company, 151st Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Green, Charlotte, North 
Carolina, and assigned to Air Service Mechan- 
ics, 1st Company, 4th Regiment, thence to 12th 
Company, 4th Regiment. Transferred to Camp 
Upton, N. Y. Sailed for overseas, July 15, 1918, 
arriving at LeHavre, France, August 3, 1918. 
Duties at Issaudun and Clisson, France. Appoint- 



ed Sergeant November 1, 1918, at 3d American 
Instruction Centre, Issoudun, France. Mr. Roese 
had charge of instrument room in the largest 
aviation field in the world. Discharged at East 
View Hospital, New York, June 12, 1919. (Milo). 

MARCH 25, 1918 — CAMP MERRITT, X. J. 

CLARK, WALTER PHILIP, Corporal. 

Assigned to Motor Transport Corps 377, thence 
to 1st Quartermaster's Corps. In Motor Truck 
Corps at Camp Bragg, North Carolina. Appoint- 
ted Corporal October 20, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., March 25, 1919. Enlisted un- 
der special orders. (Benton). 

APRIL 2, 1918 — CAMP UPTON. LONG ISLAND, N. Y. 

CECCHINI, NICK, Private. 

Assigned to 325th Infantry. Transferred to Camp 
Merritt, New Jersey. Sailed from New York, N. 
Y., April 25, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, Eng- 
land, May 8th, and at France, May — , 
1918. Member 325th Infantry, 82d Division. Trans- 
ferred to Machine Gun Company B, 26th Divi- 
sion, May 22, 1918. In battles at Battle Wood, 
June 13, and at Chateau-Thierry, France, July 
13 to 27, 1918. Wounded at Chateau-Thierry 
July 27, 1918, from high explosive. In Army of 
Occupation at Metz from November 16, 1918, to 
November 24, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., February 22, 1919 (Milo). 

APRIL 2, 191S — CAMP MX, WRIGHTSTOWN, N. .1. 

COONS, HOWARD BRADLEY, Private. 

Assigned to Company D, Machine Gun Battalion, 
78th Division. In battles at Toul and Verdun. 
Gassed on Verdun front October 1, 1918. Treated 
in Hospitals 64, 58, 52, 20, Bordeaux, France; 
Grand Central, N. Y. ; Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y. 
Discharged at Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y. May 
23, 1919. (Milo). 

CRONK, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Mechanic. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th Infan- 
try. Transferred to Company H, 311th Infantry. 
Discharged at Camp Upton N. Y., May 30, 1919. 
(Milo). 

FISHER, ROY JOHN, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 311th Machine Gun Co. Transferred 
to Company D, 311th Infantry. Appointed Cor- 
poral 24th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, Au- 
gust 22, 1918. Appointed Sergeant Provost Guard 
Company, January 15, 1919. Police duty at Tren- 
ton, Camden, Mt. Holley, Burlington, Borden- 
town, and Jersey City, N. J. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., July 5, 19,19, (Milo). 
GALLAGHER, CHARLES LAWRENCE, Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division. Sailed from Hoboken 
May 20, 1918, arriving at Calais, France, June 8, 
1918. In battles at St. Mihiel Salient and Meuse- 
Argonne. "Service A. E F., May 20, 1918, to June 
10, 1919." Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
June 19, 1919. (Benton). 




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GOUNDRY, RALPH, Cook. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, 23th Company, 
311th Machine Gun, 78th Division. Transferred 
to Amatol, N. J., Ordnance Corps. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., December 31, 1918. (Milo). 

HESLUND, HERMAN JOSEPH, Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division. Sailed May 18, 1918, for 
Calais, France, arriving June 5, 1918. Engage- 
ments at Arras, St. Mihiel and Argonne. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 30, 1919. 
(Torrey). 

HABBERFIELD, HAROLD RICHARD, Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division. Sailed May 19, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Calais, France, June 4, 1918. In battle 
fronts at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 29, 1919. 
(Milo). 

HE ABLE Y, MAX CLIFFORD, Sergeant. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry. Transferred to Motor Truck Corps May 

I, 1918. Appointed Corporal January 15, 1919, 
and Sergeant, March 1, 1919. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., May 9, 1919. (Potter). 

LEROI, LEONARD S., Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Co , 311th Infantry, 
78th Division. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., May 
20, 1918, arriving at Calais, France, June 8. In 
Army of Occupation at village of Villenott from 
November — , 1918, to May 6, 1919. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., May 29, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

MAGEE, JOSEPH GEORGE, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company F, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division. Sailed from Hoboken May 
19, 1918, and arrived in Calais, France, June 4, 
1918. Battle fronts at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Ar- 
gonne. Wounded in shoulder. at Grandpre Nov. 1, 

1918, by bullet from concealed German machine 
gun. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 3, 

1919. (Milo). 

MORSE, GEORGE S., Private, 1st Class. 

Not having received his permit for enlist- 
ment, Mr. Morse was inducted by the local board 
and sent to camp. After reaching camp his per- 
mit was received and he was assigned to Com- 
pany E, 307th Engineers, Independent Unit. 
Sailed June 30, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, Eng- 
land, July 7, 1918, and Cherbourg, France, July 
10, 1918. The duties of the 37th Engineers con- 
sisted of inspection of bridges, etc., and was in 
the Aisne-Marne offensive, July 26-August 6; 
St. Mihiel offensive, September 12-16; Meuse- 
Argonne offensive, September 26 to November 

II. With Army of Occupation in Germany No- 
vember 26, 1918, to January 9, 1919. Company E, 
37th Engineers, was the first company to cross 
the River Rhine. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., April 3, 1919. (Milo). 




McFARREN, HOWARD, J., Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division, and with this contingent 
sailed May 19, 1918, and arrived in Calais, 
France, June 9, 1918. On St. Mihiel and Meuse- 
Argonne battle fronts. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., May 30, 1919. (Benton). 

NEWBY, WILLARD S. 

(Official)— Willard S Newby, 1763234, R. D. 7, 
Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn Yan April 1, 1918. 
Born at Hall. Age 25 5-6 years. Organizations: 
24th Co , 153d Depot Brig , April 1, 1918 to April 
22, 1918; M. G. Co. 311th Inf. to April 24, 1918; 
Co. C, 311th Inf. to Oct 22, 1918. Private. Served 
overseas May 19, 1918 to death. Killed in action 
Oct 28, 1918. No other wounds. Notify Mrs. Nel- 
lie Newby, wife, Penn Yan, R. D. 3. 

RUGG, GEORGE DANIEL, Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company, 311th In- 
fantry, 78th Division. Sailed for overseas May 
19, 1918, arriving at Calais, France, June 4, 1918. 
In battle fronts at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., January 13, 
1919. (Jerusalem). 

REYNOLDS, NELSON CHARLES, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 311th Machine Gun Co. Transferred 
to Company G, 311th Infantry, 78th Division. 
Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., May 19, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Liverpool, England, May 30, 1918, and at 
Calais, France, June 5, 1918. In battle at Ar- 
gonne Forest Wounded at Argonne Forest, 
Grandpre, October 16, 1918, by gas. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 15, 1919. (Milo) . 

SERFINE, NICHOLAS, Private. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Company. Tranferred 
to Company D, 311th Infantry, 78th Division. 
Sailed overseas May 19, 1918, arriving at Calais, 
France, June 4, 1918. In battles at St. Mihiel and 
Argonne. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., May 
30, 1919. (Milo). 

YAN HORN, BEN. 

See Enlistments. Page Fifty. Registered in and 
credited to Yates county. (Jerusalem). 

APRIL, 8, 11)18 — FORT MYER, VA. 

LAFLER, LLOYD RAYMOND, Private. 

Assigned to Company D, 37th Engineers. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., June 30, 1918, arriving at 
Liverpool, England, July 7, 1918, and at Brest, 
France, July 13, 1918. Member Company D, 37th 
Engineers. In battles at St. Mihiel, Verdun, 
Meuse-Argonne. In Army of Occupation at Cob- 
lenz, Germany, November 16, 1918, to December 
28, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y„ April 
3, 1919. (Middlesex). 

APRIL, 29, 1918 — CAMP DIX, WRIGHTSTOWN, N. J. 

ANDERSON, DAVID JOHN. 

(Middlesex). 



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CAREY, WILLIAM EDDINGTON, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Company D, 303d Engineers, 78th 
Division. Sailed from Baltimore, Maryland, May 
28, 1918, arriving in England June 12, and in 
Calais, France, June 14, 1918. Member Company 
D, 303d Engineers, 78th Division. Transferred to 
Company B, 3d Army Military Police, November 
3, 1918. In the St. Mihiel battle September 29, 
1918, at Thiacourt, suffered a gun shot wound. 
In hospital at Toul, France, three months. In 
Army of Occupation at Coblenz, Germany, De- 
cember 8, 1918, to February 10, 1919. Discharged 
at U. S. General Hospital No. 38, at East View, N. 
Y., June 13, 1919. (Milo). 

CARROLL, JEREMIAH E., Saddler. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, then to Company 
G, 303d Ammunition Train, and sailed May 27, 
1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, June 14, 1918. 
Supplied ammunition to front ranks at St. 
Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., May 28, 1919. (Milo). 

CHAPMAN, FAY LAWTON, Private. 

Assigned to 24th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
then to Company C, 9th Battalion, Military Po- 
lice. Military Police duty at New York City. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., December 31, 1918. 
(Milo). 

HOBAN, JAMES FRANK, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Company C, 59th Pioneers, then to 
303d Supply Train, 78th Division. Sailed May 28, 
1918, and arrived in France at LeHavre June 14, 
1918. The 303d furnished supplies for the men 
at the front lines in Alsace-Lorraine, St. Mihiel 
and Meuse-Argonne Sectors. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., June 11, 1919. (Milo). 

LATHROP, HERBERT R„ Private. 

Assigned to 59th Pioneer Infantry; 303d Ammu- 
nition Train; 6th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Lee, Virginia, and assigned 
to Company B, 148th Infantry, 37th Division. 
Sailed for Brest, France, June 22, 1918, arriving 
July 5, 1918. In battles at Alsace-Lorraine, St. 
Mihiel and Verdun. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., April 4, 1919. (Potter). 

McGOVERN, HUGH BERNARD, Private. 

Assigned to 303d Military Police. 21st Depot Bri- 
gade. Transferred to Aberdeen, Maryland, and 
assigned to Company H, Ordnance Department. 
Discharged at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Mary- 
land, April 25, 1919. (Milo). 

SERFINE, JOHN F., Corporal. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, 24th Company, 
303d Supply Train. Transferred to Camp Meade, 
Maryland, and assigned to Batery F, 311th Field 
Artillery. Transferred to Edgewood Arsenal, 
Edgewood, Maryland, and assigned to Company 
A, Chemical War Service. Appointed Corporal 
while at Edgewood. Discharged at Edgewood, 
Maryland, February 28. 1918. (Milo). 

SIMMONS, MILFORD, Private. 

Assigned to Company B, 153d Depot Brigade, 
then to Company E, 303d Ambulance Train, and 



with this contingent sailed May 30, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Brest, France, June 10, 1918. In battle 
fronts at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, Aisne-Vesle. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., May 29, 1919. 

(Milo). 

PRICE, RICHARD. 

(Starkey). 

MAT 10, 1918 — FORT SLOCUM, N. Y. 

CONNELL, HARRY DEWITT, Private. 

Sent from Fort Slocum, N. Y., to Camp Hancock, 
Georgia, and assigned as machine gunner, Head- 
quarters Company; 4th Company, 3d Troop, In- 
fantry; Troop G, 13th Cavalry. Transferred to 
Camp Dix, N. J., and assigned to 13th Company, 
152d Depot Brigade. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., March 25, 1919. 

GRACZYK, JOHN. 

(Milo). 

KELLY, WILLIAM JOHN, Corporal. 

Assigned to Machine Gun Co. Transferred to 
Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., and assigned to Co. 
5, 1st Group. Transferred to Headquarters Co. 
No. 1, Machine Gun Specialists' School; to Ma- 
chine Gun Headquarters Co. No. 1, Liaison and 
Battery Mechanic Department, Specialist School, 
M. G .T. C, Main Training Department, for two 
months, and was made machine gun instructor, 
and sent to instruct men in different companies 
in handling machine guns; then to Motor Co. No. 
1, Special Training School, for instruction in 
machine guns mounted on motors; then to 32d 
M. G. Provisional Co., 3d Group, M. D. D , and 
to Co. 2, 1st Battalion. 153d Depot Brigade, at 
Camp Dix, N. J., from which he was discharged 
December 31, 1918. (Milo). 

ROVITO, ADOLPH, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 4th Company, Machine Gun Train- 
ing Camp. May 31, 1918, assigned to Headquar- 
ters Company No. 1, Machine Gun School. No- 
vember 29, 1918, assigned to the operation sec- 
tion, Headquarters Company, Machine Gun Train- 
ing Center. Made Private, 1st Class, January 10, 
1919, at Camp Hancock, Ga. Discharged at Camp 
Hancock, Georgia, February 4, 1919. 

MAY 16, 1918 — FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON, OHIO. 

SNYDER, JAMES HENRY, Sergeant. 

Assigned to Company A, 62d Engineers. July 6, 
sent to Camp Upton, N. Y., and sailed from New 
York City July 14, arriving at Cherbourg, France, 
July 29. Arrived at Liverpool, England, July 26, 
and left Southampton for Cherbourg on the 28th. 
Served with Company A, 62d Engineers, except 
from October 26, to about February 20, 1919, 
during which time was with the 13th, 60th and 
61st Engineers. Participated in the St. Mihiel 
drive, and was also on the Argonne front. Ser- 
vice was entirely in the construction and oper- 
ation of railroads. Appointed Sergeant June 11, 
1918, at Fort Benjamin Harrison. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., July 7, 1919. (Milo). 



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MAY 24, 1918 — CAMP MERRITT, ST. J. 

HUTTON, HAROLD ANDREW, Corporal. 

Assigned to Motor Transport Company 377. 
Transferred to Camp Bragg, Fayetteville, North 
Carolina. Appointed Corporal October 23, 1918, 
at Camp Merritt, N. J. Discharged at Camp Bragg, 
N. C, May 23, 1919. (Milo). 

MAY £«, 1018 — CAMP DIX, WRIGHTSTOWN, N. .1. 

BUSH, WARNER EDGETT, Corporal. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
thence to 3d Company. Convalescent Center. 
Member 8th and 10th Battalion Band. Discharged 
at Camp Dix, N. J., May 3, 1919. (Milo). 

BUTLER, JAMES FREDERICK, Private. 

Assigned to 9'ch Co., 152d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Co. L, 346th Infantry. Sailed from Ho- 
boken, N. J., August 24, 1918, arriving at Cher- 
bourg, France, September 9. Member of Co. L, 
346th Inf., 87th Division. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. (Milo). Prior service 
in Troop L, 14th U. S. Cavalry, 1910-1914. 

CRAUGH, JOSEPH PATRICK, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, then to Company 
L, 346th Infantry. Sailed for overseas August 15, 
1918, arriving at Liverpool, England, August 27, 
1918, and at LeHavre, France, November 30, 
1918. Attached to the U. S. Embarkation Office at 
Southampton, England, for three months, serv- 
ing as Detachment Clerk and Statistician in 
charge of personnel and transportation records. 
Member Debarkation Detachment Advance Par- 
ty for the 87th Division, and as a special duty, 
was assigned as instructor in English at Camp 
Montoir, St. Nazaire, France, holding this post 
for three months. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., April 10, 1919. (Milo). 

CONRAD, D. GORDON, Private. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, thence to Per- 
sonnel Office, acting as interviewer. Discharged 
at Camp Dix, N. J., December 2, 1918. (Milo). 

COUGEVAN, FRANCIS ROBERT, 2d Lieutenant. 

Assigned to Personnel Office, Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Hancock, Georgia, and as- 
signed to Central Machine Gun Officers' Train- 
ing School. Commissioned 2d Lieutenant in Oc- 
tober, 1918. Furloughed to Officers' Reserve. 
(Milo). 

EXCELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade; 
thence to 312th Ammunition Train. Sailed for 
overseas in August, 1918, arriving at LeHavre, 
France, September 11, 1918. Member Service of 
Supplies. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
March 19, 1919. (Benton). 

FLYNN, FRANCIS LEROY, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co., 153d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to the Infantry. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., December 11, 1918 (Milo). 



GRIFFITHS, JOHN ARTHUR, Corporal. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Fort Niagara, N. Y., and assigned 
to Headquarters Company. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J, December 23, 1918. (Milo). 

GREENFIELD, HENRY JAMES, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, Depot Brigade, thence 
to Company L, 346th Infantry. Sailed from Ho- 
boken, N. J., August 26, 1918, arriving at Cher- 
bourg, France, September 9, 1918. Member Com- 
pany L, 346th Infantry, 87th Division, March 27, 
1919, to April 7, 1919. Member 3d Company, 152d 
Depot Brigade, Pro , to date of discharge at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. (Milo). 

HARRIS, SEYMOUR B , Sergeant. 

Assigned to 40th Co., 153d Depot Birgade, thence 
to 3d Company, Convalescent Center. Appointed 
Corporal March 4, 1918, and Sergeant, January 
3, 1919. Discharged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, 
June 3, 1919. Re-enlisted July 3, 1919, for one 
year, and reported at Camp Dix, N J., July 4, 
1919. (Starkey). 

HOAGLAND, FRED CARL, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co., 153d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Co. M, 346th Inf. Sailed from Hoboken, 
N. J., August 28, arriving at Cherbourg, France, 
September 9. Member of Co. M, 346th Inf., 87th 
Division. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 
12, 1919. (Starkey). 

HOBAN, BERNARD MICHAEL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade. In Base Hospital July 6, 1918, to 
January 3, 1919. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J. 
January 3, 1919. (Milo). 

HOPKINS, BERNARD PAUL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jack- 
sonville, Florida, and assigned to Quartermas- 
ter's Corps. Sailed for overseas July 26, 1918, 
arriving at Brest, France, August 6, 1918. Mem- 
ber 326th Butcher Company, Quartermaster's 
Corps, 36th Division, as Convoyer. In hospital at 
Brest, France, also Ellis Island and Grand Cen- 
tral, N. Y., from illness. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., April 5, 1919. (Milo). 

JENSEN, BENNETT HENRY, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
thence to Company M, 346th Infantry. Sailed for 
overseas August 25th, 1918, arriving at Cher- 
bourg, France, September 13, 1918. Member Com- 
pany M, 346th Infantry, 87th Division. Assigned 
to 312th Sanitary Train, Detached Service. At 
cessation of hostilities he was at Pons, France. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 17, 1919. 
(Torrey). 

KNIGHT, HIXSON AMOS, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co., 153d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Co. M, 346th Inf., 87th Division. Assign- 
ed to Base Hospital as night guard on August 8, 
and remained such till August 13, 1919, when 
he was discharged at Camp Dix, N. J. (Middle- 
sex). 




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McPHERSON, CLARENCE LOWELL, Private. 

Member Replacement Troops, unassigned; ap- 
pointed Inspector, Personnel Department. Candi- 
date in Central Officers' Training School at Camp 
Lee, Virginia. Declined commission as 2d Lieu- 
tenant. Mr. McPherson enjoys distinction of be- 
ing on e of the first privates to be appointed to 
Personnel Department, as those appointments 
theretofore were conferred upon officers. Dis- 
charged at Camp Lee, Virginia, November 23, 
1918. (Jerusalem). 

MEAKER, JOHN JENKIN, Cook. 

Assigned 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jack- 
sonville, Florida, and assigned to 29th Receiv- 
ing Company, 2d Shop Regiment; Field Re- 
mount Squad 317. Sailed from Newport News, Va., 
August 14, 1918, arriving at Brest, France, Sep- 
tember 28, 1918. Member Field Remount Squad 
317. Engagements at Sougy, Meucon, Carbon 
Blanc, France. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
June 23, 1919. (Milo). 

MANGIPINTO, PIETRO, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co , 153 D. B. Transferred to 
Company G, 135th Infantry. Sailed for overseas 
October 11, 1918, arriving at Offerty, France, Oc- 
tober 24, 1918. Member Company 5, 135th Infan- 
try, 34th Division. Transferred to P. W. E. Com- 
pany 259, Prison Camp, Tours, France. Served 
as prison guard December 24, 1918, to Septem- 
ber 23, 1919, at Tours, France, and from there 
was sent in Germany twice to return prisoners. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., October 9, 1919. 
(Potter). 

MOSHIER, ALBERT ALEXANDER, Private, 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Training Bat- 
talion, 153d D. B. June 19, 1918, transferred to 
Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jacksonville, Florida, 
and assigned to 29th Receiving Company; July 
1st, to 1st Office Reg ; July 8th, to 308th Field 
Remount Squadron; August 6th, to 333d Artil- 
lery Replacement Division September 12th, was 
transferred to Infantry, unassigned. Transferred 
to Fort Niagara, N. Y., January 1, 1919, and dis- 
charged at that place, January 3, 1919. (Middle- 
sex). 

MILLER, OTTO CHRIS, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Meade, Maryland, and as- 
signed to Battery E, 311th Field Artillery. Sail- 
ed July 14, 1918, for Cherbourg, France, arriving 
at that port July 31, 1918. Member Battery E, 
311th Field Artillery, 78th Division. This con- 
tingent was moving to the Meuse-Argonne bat- 
tle front when hostilities ceased, November 11, 
1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., June 4, 1919. 
(Torrey). 

NORRIS, LEON JAY, Private. 

Assigned to 153d Depot Brigade, as cook. Sent to 
Fort Niagara, N. Y., and assigned to Co. D, 15th 
Fire and Guard; sent to Raritan, Metuchen and 
Bayonne, N. J., and assigned to Co. B, 15th Bat- 
talion, U. S. Guards. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., January 22, 1919. (Milo). 



MIKKELSEN, AXEL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Camp Meade, Maryland, and as- 
signed to Battery E, 311th Field Artillery. Sailed 
for overseas July 14, 1918, arriving at Cher- 
bourg, France, July 21. 1918. Member Battery 
E, 311th Field Artillery, 78th Division. Moving 
to fighting front when hostilities ceased. Desti- 
nation, La Courtine. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., May 31, 1919. Re-enHsted at Camp Dix, N. J., 
May 31, 1919, for one year for overseas duty. 
(Milo). 

NEILSEN, NEILS JOHN, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co., 153d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Fort Niagara, N. Y., and assigned to 
15th Co , 22d Infantry. Later transferred to Fort 
Hancock, N. J. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 
January 23, 1919. (Milo) 

OVENS, ADRIAN E. 

Rejected. (Barrington). 

PROSSER, IVOR JAMES, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Co , 153d Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Co. M, 346th Inf. Sailed from Hoboken, 
N. J., August 23, arriving at Cherbourg, France, 
September 3. Served in Co. M, 346th Infantry, 
87th Division. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y. 
April 10, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

REILLY, FRANCIS PETER, Sergeant. 

Assigned to Company 39, 10th Battalion, Depot 
Brigade. Transferred to Officers' Training School, 
Camp Gordon, Georgia, and assigned to 25th 
Company, 5th Battalion. Leader Consolidated 
Battalion Band. Discharged at Camp Gordon, 
Georgia, November 25, 1918. (Milo). 

RIBBLE, ORVAL, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
thence to Company M, 348th Infantry, 87th Di- 
vision. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., November 
23, 1918. (Benton). 

REILLY, JAMES EDWARD. Corporal, Quartermas- 
ters Corps. 
Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade. Transferred to Camp Joseph E. 
Johnston, Jacksonville, Florida, June 17, 1918, 
and assigned to 29th Company, Depot Brigade; 
Service Company No. 2; Sub Depot Company; 
Camp Supply Company. Discharged at Camp 
Joseph E. Johnston, Florida, January 10, 1919. 
Appointed Corporal Q. M. C, October 19, 1918. 
(Milo). 

JIVGG, RAYMOND, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade, thence to Personnel Clerk, 
Headquarters Company Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., December 1, 1918. (Starkey). 

SMITH, LEON HEMENWAY, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Training Bat- 
talion, 153d Depot Brigade. Transferred to Com- 
pany L, 348th Infantry, 87th Division. Attended 
Snipers' School and sailed from Hoboken, N. J., 
as Sniper, August 28, 1918, arriving at Liverpool, 
England, September 9th, and at Cherbourg, 



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Prance, September 25, 1918. Member Company 
L, 346th Infantry, 87th Division. Engaged in con- 
struction work and service supplies. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. (Milo). 

SHUTTS, ARTHUR LANGDON, BaiiA Corporal. 

Assigned to 10th Company, 152d Depot Brigade, 
thence to 346th Infantry Band. Sailed August 25, 
1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, September 9, 
1918. Member Headquarters Company, 346th In- 
fantry Band, 87th Division. Appointed Band Cor- 
poral at Camp Dix, N. J., August 11, 1918. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. 
(Milo). 

TWILLIGER, RAYMOND B., Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade. Transferred to Ordnance De- 
partment, and to Carpenter Battalion Headquar- 
ters. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., November 
30, 1918. (Milo). 

THOMAS. BURNETT DAVID, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 10th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade. Transferred to Company L, 346th 
Infantry, 87th Division. Sailed from Hoboken, N. 
J., August 26, 1918, arriving at Cherbourg, 
France, September 12, 1918. Member Company 
L, 346th Infantry, 87th Division. Headquarters 
at Montoir, France. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
Long Island, April 10, 1919. (Potter). 

WHITAKER, JOHN NORTH, Corporal. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to 312th Motor Supply Co. Sailed 
from Montreal, Canada, August 24, arriving at 
LeHavre, France, Sept. 12, 1918. Served with 
312th Motor Supply Co., 87th Division. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Lee, Va., July 2, 1919. (Milo). 

WELCH, WILLIAM BERNARD, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Fort Niagara, N. Y., and assigned 
to 15th Battalion, U. S Guards. Transferred to 
22d Infantry, Camp Lowe, Fort Hancock, New 
Jersey. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., January 
21, 1919. (Milo). 

WOOD, GEORGE D., Jr., Musician. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade; 
transferred to Company L, 346th Infantry, 87th 
Division; Headquarters Company, 346th Infan- 
try Band. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., August 23, 
1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, September 
15, 1918. Member 346th Infantry Band, 87th Di- 
vision. Located near St. Nazaire, France. As 
Musical Director of a theatrical troup, composed 
of the members of the 346th Regiment, Mr. Wood 
toured France for four months. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., June 25, 1919. (Milo). 

WHEAT, WILLIAM WARD, Mechanic. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Arrived in France August 31, 1918, a member of 
Company A, 59th Pioneer Infantry. Campaigns: 
Verdun Sector, September 29 to October 10; 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, October 15 to Novem- 
ber 11, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., July 
8, 1919. (Starkey). 



MAY 28, 1918 — CAMP DIX, WRIfiHTSTOWN, N. J. 

OLSEN, JENS CHRIS, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
thence to Company M, 346th Infantry. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., August 25, 1918, arriving at 
Cherbourg, France, September 12, 1918. Mem- 
ber Company M, 346th Infantry, 87th Division. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. 
(Benton). 

OSTERHOUT, FRED ROY, Private. 

Assigned to 7th Battalion, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Transferred to Company L, 59th Pioneer Infan- 
try. Discharged for disability at Camp Dix, N. J., 
September 3, 1918. (Milo). 

RILLING, PHILLIP. 

(Official)— Phillip J. Rilling, Jr., (2948304), 324 
Jacob St., Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn Yan, May 
28, 1918. Born Chatham, N. Y. Age 28 3-12 years. 
Organizations: 40th Co., 10th Battalion, 153d De- 
pot Brigade to June 21, 1918. Co. D, 312th Ammu- 
nition Train, to death. Private. Served overseas 
Aug. 23, 1918, to Nov. 15, 1918. Died of pneumonia 
Nov. 15, 1918. Notify Philip J. Rilling, Sr., father, 
324 Jacob St., Penn Yan. 

TEARS, JOHN EDWARD, Private. 

Assigned to 40th Company, 153d Depot Brigade, 
thence to Company L, 348th Infantry. Transfer- 
red to 346th Sanitary Detachment, with which 
organization he sailed from Hoboken, N. J., Au- 
gust 23, 1918, arriving at LeHavre, France, via 
Liverpool, England, September 12, 1918. Station- 
ed at Camp Montoir, near St. Nazaire, France. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., April 10, 1919. 
(Benton). 

MAY 29, 1918 — CAMP DEVENS, AYER., MASS. 

SAVAGE, JAMES HAYWARD, Sergeant. 

(Official)— James Hay ward Savage, 1673667, 
Rushville. Inducted at Penn Yan, May 29, 1918. 
Born Rushville. Age 29 years. Organizations: 1st 
Co , Q. M. C, Camp Devens, to Sept. 27, 1918. 
Private; Corporal June 8, 1918; Sergeant, Sept. 
11, 1918. Died of lobar pneumonia Sept. 27, 1918, 
Notify Mrs. William H. Savage, mother, Rushville. 

JUNE 10, 1918 — VAN COTJVER BARRACKS, 
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. 

TONGATE, WILLIAM JOHN, Jr., Cook. 

Sent to Vancouver Barracks, and was assigned to 
109th Squadron, Spruce Production Division. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., February 10, 
1919. (Milo). 

JUNE 19 1918 — HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI. 

SMITH, EDWARD BERNARD, Musician, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 149th Infantry Band, 38th Division. 
Sailed October 2, 1918, arriving at LeHavre, 
France, October 11, 1918. With Army of Occupa- 
tion at Wittlich, Germany. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., July 4, 1919. (Milo). 



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WHITBECK, BYRON G., Corporal. 

Assigned to Motor Truck Company 377. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Bragg, North Carolina. Discharg- 
ed at Camp Bragg, N. C, April 30, 1919. (Milo) 

JULY 2, 1!)1S — FORT MEIGS, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

CONLEY, LAWRENCE HOBART, Private. 

Assigned to 3d Company. Quartermaster's Train- 
ing Camp. Transferred to Washington, D. C , 
and assigned to Motor Transport 810, Detached 
Service. Discharged at Camp Meigs, Washing- 
ton, D. C, February 20, 1919. (Benton). 

JULY 14, 191S — SYRACUSE. 

FEPPER, GEORGE. 

(Jerusalem). 

LORD, GEORGE PERRY, Private, 1st Class. 

' Assigned to Infantry unattached. Transferred to 
Fort H. G. Wright, Long Island Sound, N. Y., 
and assigned to Company II, Pigeon Section Sig- 
nal Corps. Disabled in line of duty about Sep- 
tember 25, 1918. Discharged at Fort H. G. 
Wright, L. I., October 25, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

JULY 25, 1!)1S — CAMP DIX, WJLIGHTSTOWN, N. J. 

JENSEN, CHRISTIAN. 

(Benton). 

JULY 20, 191S — CAMP MEADE, MARYLAND 

BARNHART, WILLIAM JACOB, Private. 

Assigned to 151st Depot Brigade, thence to the 
31st Regiment, Field Artillery. Discharged at 
Camp Meade, Maryland, December 6, 1918. (Mid- 
dlesex). 

BROWN, JESSE A., Private, First Class. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Head- 
quarters Company, 32d Field Artillery. Despatch 
rider. Promoted 1st Class Private in September, 
1918. Discharged December 10, 1918. (Benton). 

BRINK, JAMES RUSSELL, Private, First Class. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to the 
31st Field Artillery. Transferred to the 211th En- 
gineer Train December 10, 1918, and promoted to 
1st Class Private January 1, 1919. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, February 1, 1919. 
(Italy). 

BUCKLE, ARTHUR HOWARD, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. August 10th 
transferred to Company F, 31st Field Artillery. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 
7, 1918. (Barrington). 

BUTLER, MARTIN H., Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 16, 1918. 
(Jerusalem). 



BATTISTA, LUIGI ALESANDRO MASTRO, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Fort Bennett, Indianna, and thence to Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y. Sailed from New York City November 
1, arriving at Brest, France, November 10, 1918. 
Member Company A, 93d Engineers. Transferred 
to Company 138, Transportation Corps. Dis- 
charged at Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., July 16, 
1919. (Starkey). 

BRISB1N, ROBERT CHESTER, Private 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Battery F, 32d Field Artillery, 11th Division. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 
3, 1918. (Starkey). 

CRANE, EMMETT CARLTON, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Head- 
quarters Company, 32d Regiment, Field Artillery. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 
10, 1918. (Milo). 

CABWELL, LEWIS, Corporal. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to 31st 
Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp Meade, Md., 
December 13, 1918. (Milo). 

CONLEY, ROSS MATHEW, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to 
Company C, 211th Field Signal Battalion. Died 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, October 12, 1918, from 
pneumonia. (Benton). 

CONRAB, CLAUBE LARZELERE, Corporal. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery B, 31st Field Artillery. Appointed Corporal 
in September, 1918. Discharged at Camp Meade, 
Maryland, December 6, 1918. (Milo). 

DENSE, ELIJAH B., Private. 

Assigned to 7th Development Company, Replace- 
ment Regiment, 154th Depot Brigade. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 2, 1918. 
(Milo). 

EBGERTON, CLAUBE HEATH. 

Reported to Local Board in New York City, and 
was sent to camp by that Board for the Yates 
County Board. 

GILBERT, ARTHUR MEARL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery B, 31st Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp 
Meade, Maryland, December 6, 1918. (Starkey). 

GILBERT, HOMER AMES. 

(Barrington). 

HURLBUT, GIFFORB GEORGE, Sergeant Q. M. C. 

Assigned to 5th Company, 154th Depot Brigade. 
August 26, 1918, transferred to Camp Sheridan, 
Alabama, and assigned to 67th Infantry. Novem- 
ber 11, 1918, assigned to Quartermaster's Corps, 
and on March 15, 1919, transferred to Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., as Casual. Appointed Sergeant at 
Camp Sheridan, Alabama, January 6, 1919. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 21, 1919. 
(Jerusalem). 



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HAGUE, JAMES, Private. 

Having removed to New Mexico, after registra- 
tion in Yates County, Mr. Hague was sent to 
Camp at the request of the Yates County Board 
by the Draft Board of Sorroco County, New Mex- 
ico. He was sent to Camp Pike, Arkansas, and 
assigned to 40th Company, 10th Reserve Battalion 
Riflemen's Corps, thence to Evacuation Hospital 
27. Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J. Sailed 
for France October 21, 1918, arriving at LeHavre 
November 11, 1918. Member Evacuation Hospital 
No. 27. Service at Angers, France, November 11, 
1918, to April 18, 1919. Discharged at Camp 
Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas, May 24, 1919. (Milo). 

JOHNSON, PARMELE, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Transferred to 
Camp Sheridan, Alabama, and assigned to Head- 
quarters Detachment. Appointed Sergeant at the 
latter camp. Discharged at Camp Sheridan, Ala- 
bama, February 25, 1919. (Milo) 

JONES, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery F, 31st Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp 
Meade, Maryland, December 7, 1918. (Starkey). 

JACOBS, EDWIN ELWOOD, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Sent to Camp 
Joseph E. Johnston, Jacksonville, Florida, and 
assigned to 1st Labor Regiment, Reclamation. 
Candidate, Company No. 1, 9th Detachment Ad- 
ministrative Labor, Camp Supply, Quartermas- 
ter's Corps. Discharged at Camp Joseph E. John- 
ston, Florida, February 3, 1919. (Milo). 

LARSEN, HENRY, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery A, 31st Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp 
Meade, Md., December 6, 1918. (Benton). 

LIZZI, DOMENICO, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, and assign- 
ed to Company A, 1st Battalion, 138th Engineers. 
Discharged at Camp Benjamin Harrison, Ind., 
December 3, 1918. (Milo). 

LOTT, ALBERT E. 

(Milo). 

McAHAMS, RAYMOND FRANCIS, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery B, 31st Field Artillery. Appointed Corporal 
in September, 1918, and Sergeant in October, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 
6, 1918. (Milo). 

MEAKER, HARRY HURFORD, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Com- 
pany B, 32d Light Field Artillery. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 10, 1918. 
(Torrey). 

MURRAY, ROBERT ALLEN, Corporal. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla., 
and assigned to 1st Shop Regiment. Transferred 
to Camp Hill, Virginia, and assigned to Field Re- 



mount Squadron No. 333. Sailed for overseas 
from Newport News, Va., October 4, 1918, arriv- 
ing at Brest, France, October 18, 1918. Member 
Field Remount Squadron 333. Appointed Cor- 
poral at Gievres, France. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., July 22, 1919. (Middlesex). 

MASHEWSKE, CHARLES, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to the 
31st Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp Meade, 
Maryland, December 9, 1918. (Torrey). 

McCREERY, WILLIAM. 

(Starkey). 

McGOUGH, ALBERT GEORGE, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to 31st 
Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp Meade, 
Maryland, December 9, 1918. (Starkey). 

MORGAN, ARLO ALYA. 

(Milo). 

NIELSEN, KARL OSKAR HERMAN, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to 32d 
Regiment, Field Artillery. Cannoneer and gen- 
eral duties. Discharged at Camp Meade, Mary- 
land, December 9, 1918. (Milo). 

OLMSTEAD, ARTHUR FAY. 

(Potter). 

PADDOCK, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Corporal. 

Assigned to 5th Company, 154th Depot Brigade, 
thence to Battery D, 31st Field Artillery. Ap- 
pointed Corporal October 23, 1918. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 8, 1918. 
(Italy). 

PALMAT1ER, MERVIN ARLO AARON, Corporal. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery C, 31st Field Artillery. Discharged at Camp 
Meade, Maryland, December 7, 1918. (Milo). 

PLOTTS, EDWARD HERBERT. 

After registration, Mr. Plotts removed to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., and was sent to camp by that 
Board for the Yates County Draft Board. 
(Milo). 

PEARCE, GUY, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Field 
Remount Squadron 324. Transferred to Camp 
Stewart, Newport News, Virginia, and sailed from 
that port September 7, 1918, arriving at Brest, 
France, September 21, 1918. Member Field Re- 
mount Squadron No. 324. Discharged at Camp 
Devens, Ayer, Mass., August 7, 1919. (Potter). 

STAPLES, ARCHIE RAYMOND, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery C, 31st Field Artillery. Discharged at 
Camp Meade, Maryland, December 8, 1918. 
(Milo). 

SUMNER, MARION JEWELL, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 5th Company, 154th Depot Brigade, 
thence to Battery A, 33d Field Artillery. Pro- 
moted First Class Private in September, 1918. 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, Decem- 
ber 12, 1918. (Milo). 



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(1) Raymond McAdams 

(2) Harry Meaker 
(S) Robert Murray 

(4) Charles Mashewske 

(5) Albert MeGoiiRh 
(<•>) Orlo Morgan 



(7) Karl Xielsen 

(S) Arthur Olmstead 

(9) Arlo Palmatier 

( io) Joseph Paddock 

(11) Guy I'earee 

(12) Archie Staples 

(13) Marion Sumner 



(14) 


Cameron Sli:iri>c 


(21) 


Clarence Beard 


(15) 


William Shultz 


(22) 


.lay Decker 


<1«) 


Pearl Thiers 


(28) 


Clarence Gannon 


(17) 


Albert White 


(24) 


Arthur Ha rites 


(18) 


Charles Williams 


( 25 > 


Fred Pals 


(1!>) 


Unfits Thomas 


<2(S) 


Homer Shnrpe 


(10) 


Verne Ackeraon 







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SHARPE, CAMERON ALEXANDER, Private. 

Assigned to Company E, 154th Depot Brigade, 
thence to 32d Field Artillery, 11th Division, 
Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, Decem- 
ber 10, 1918. (Starkey). 

SCHULTZ, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Private. 

Assigned to 11th Brigade, National Army, and 
transferred to 31st Field Artillery. Discharged 
at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 9, 1918. 
(Italy). 

THIERS, PEARL UNDERWOOD, Bugler. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to Bat- 
tery A, 33d Field Artillery, Heavy Motor. Dis- 
charged at Camp Meade, Maryland, December 
11, 1918. (Milo). 

WHITE, ALBERT JOSIAH. 

(Starkey). 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES ENOS, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade, thence to 5th 
Company, 32d Field Artillery. Promoted Cor- 
poral September 23, 1918, and Sergeant, October 
10, 1918. Discharged at Camp Meade, Maryland, 
December 11, 1918. (Middlesex). 

THOMAS, RUFUS GARLAND, Private. 

Assigned to 154th Depot Brigade. September 
1 to December 8, 1918, Camp Sheridan, Alabama, 
Company M, 67th Infantry. December 8, 1918, 
to March 24, 1919, Camp Shelby, Mississippi, 
Medical Detachment, 67th Infantry. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 31, 1919. April 4, 
1919, Mr. Thomas reported to Camp Stewart, 
Virginia, as Educational Secretary for the Y. 
M. C. A., in "Waterfront" hut. Later he was 
appointed Government Insurance Representa- 
tive for the Camp, and later was appointed' 
Business Secretary for all huts (Y. M. C. A.) in 
Camp Stewart. He left the "Y" work July 26, 
1919. (Potter). 

JULY 30, 1918 — RECRUIT CAMP, SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

ACKERSON, VERNE MAXWELL, Private. 

Assigned to Company B, 6th Battalion. Sent 
to Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md., and as- 
signed to Company D, 2d Battalion, Chemical 
Warfare Service. Discharged at Edgewood Ar- 
senal, Maryland, December 6, 1918. (Milo). 

BEARD, CLARENCE NAVARRE, Corporal. 

Transferred to Lakehurst, New Jersey, and as- 
signed to Chemical Warfare Service. Appointed 
Corporal at Lakehurst Proving Ground, Lake- 
hurst, N. J., November 1, 1918. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., February 8, 1919. (Torrey). 

DECKER, JAMES CLARENCE, Private. 

Transferred to Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, 
Maryland, and assigned to Company H, 2d Bat- 
talion, Chemical Warfare Service. Discharged 
at Edgewood Arsenal, Md., December 10, 1918. 
(Milo). 

GANNON, CLARENCE JOSEPH, 1st Sergeant. 

Assigned to 33 2d Guard and Fire Company, 



Headquarters, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, 
New Jersey, for guard duty. Transferred Au- 
gust 28, 1918, to Camp A. L. Mills, Long Island, 
N. Y., for guard duty. Had several special as- 
signments in transferring military and general 
prisoners. Promoted Corporal September 13, 
1918; Sergeant, September 21, 1918, and Ser- 
geant, 1st Class, November 1, 1918. Discharged 
at Camp Mills, N. Y., January 8, 1919. (Star- 
key). 

AUGUST 1, 1018. 

PRESNO, BENIGNO. 

Sent to camp by a Buffalo, N. Y., Board, for the 
Yates County Board. Rejected. (Middlesex). 

AUGUST 5, 1»18 — RECRUIT CAMP, SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

BARNES, ARTHUR McGHEE, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 41st Company, Limited Service. 
Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., and assigned 
to 142d Company, Fire and Guard Battalion — 
guard duty. Transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y. 
Promoted Private, 1st Class, September 1, 1918, 
at Camp Merritt, N. J. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., January 31, 1919. (Torrey). 

PALS, FRED, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 41st Company, 11th Battalion. 
Transferred to Astoria, Long Island, N. Y., Sep- 
tember 1, 1918, and assigned to Gas Defense Di- 
vision, Chemical Warfare Service. Promoted 
to 1st Class Private at Astoria. Discharged at 
Astoria, N. Y„ January 18, 1919. (Italy). 

GRIDLEY, ROSS LEIGHTON, Sergeant. 

Assigned to 41st Company, 11th Battalion, act- 
ing as Clerk of the Company from August 6 
to August 28, 1918. Transferred to Personnel 
Office, Gas Defense Plant, Long Island City, 
N. Y., where he was stationed from August 30 
to November 14, 1918, when he was transferred 
to Headquarters Gas Defense Division, Chemi- 
cal Warfare Service, New York City, as Staff 
Assistant, which post he held until discharged, 
March 12, 1919. Promoted Corporal December 
20, 1918, and Sergeant, February 4, 1919. (Jeru- 
salem). 

LAMPMAN, WILLIAM SAXTON. 

Rejected. (Torrey). 

SHARPE, HOMER JOHN, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 1st Company, 2d Battalion. Trans- 
ferred to Walter Reed Hospital, Tacoma Park, 
Washington, D. C, in Medical Corps, and to 
General Hospital, East View, N. Y. Appointed 
Private, 1st Class, March 8, 1919, at East View, 
New York Camp. Discharged at East View, N. 
Y., April 8, 1919. (Starkey). 

AUGUST S, 1918 — PORT SUOCUM, IV. Y. 

CRONK, CLARENCE, Cook. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and assigned to Company C, 12th Am- 
munition Train. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., February 13, 1919. (Milo). 



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(1) Clarence Cronk 

(2) Albert Del Rose 
C$) Harry Klube 
(4) Prank Lupnino 
(.">) Floyd Matteson 
<(>> Clarence Noble 




(7) Willi. nil IVorrls 

(N> John Sorensen 

(;>i William Sage 

(10) James Robinson 

( 1 I > lOrnest Smith 

(12) William Culver 



I i:!i Howard Dunton 

(14) George Enos 

(15) Melville Gardner 
(1(>) Sorney Jacobsen 

< 17) l-:«l\i :ii-«l Kinsman 
(18) Mllford Myer 



( ID) Archie McFnl 

(20) Ernest Nageldinger 

(21) David Ford 

(22) Lee Kinyoun 

i -'■> t .lames Hradley 

(24) Willinnt Cunningham 



(25) Floyd Hill 




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DEL ROSE, ALBERT, Private. 

Assigned to 2d Company, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Alabama, 
and assigned to Battery D, 36th Regiment, Field 
Artillery. Discharged at Camp McClellan Jan- 
uary 18, 1919. (Torrey). 

JONES, JOHN NELSON. 
Rejected. (Milo). 

KLFBE, HARRY SAITTER, Private. 

Assigned to 2d Company, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Alabama, 
and assigned to Battery D, 35th Field Artillery, 
12th Division. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., February 5, 1919. (Milo). 

LUPPINO, FRANK, Private, 1st Class. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and was assigned to 35th Field Artillery. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., January — , 
1919. (Milo). 

MATTESON, FLOYD EDWARD, Saddler. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and assigned to Battery E, 35th Field Ar- 
tillery, 12th Brigade. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., February 5, 1919. (Italy). 

NOBLE, CLARENCE W., Private, 1st Class. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and assigned to Motor Transport Corps, 
No. 321, and Battery F, 35th Field Artillery. 
Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., March 1, 
1919. (Milo). 

NORRIS, WILLIAM ALFRED. 

(Starkey). 

SORENSEN, JOHN HERMAN, Private, 1st Class. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and assigned to Battery B, 35th Field Ar- 
tillery. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., Feb- 
ruary 6, 1919. (Benton). 

AUGUST 0, 1918 — FORT StOCUM, N. Y. 

SAGE, WILLIAM A. 

(Potter) 

AUGUST 10, 1913 — CAMP MEIGS, WASHINGTON, 
D. C. 

R0BINS01N, JAMES LEE, Private. 

Assigned to Company 214, Quartermaster's 
Transport, 1st Detachment, Oil and Gas. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Merritt, N. J. Miscellaneous 
Casual. Discharged at Camp Merritt, N. J., Oc- 
tober 22, 1918. (Milo). 

AUGUST 19, 1918 — FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON, 
OHIO. 

SMITH, ERNEST JACOB. 

(Starkey). 

AUGUST 20, 1918 — CAMP GORDON, ATLANTA, 
GEORGIA. 

CULYER, WILLIAM RUFUS, Wagoner. 

Assigned to Company B, 16 2d Infantry. Sailed 



from Hotoken, N. J , October 26, arriving at Le- 
Havre, France, November 13, 1918. Served with 
6th Supply Cavalry Troop (independent). Gen- 
eral service near Paris, France, training with 
horses and driving truck. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y, July 7, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

DUNTON, HOWARD LEROY, Private. 

Assigned to Company M, 2d Replacement In- 
fantry. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., June 
2, 1919. (Italy). 

ENOS, GEORGE ELMER, Corporal. 

Member Company M, 2d Infantry Replacement, 
to November 29, 1918; Company H, 2d Infantry 
Replacement, Regiment of Casuals, to Decem- 
ber 7, 1918; Motor Transport Company 376, to 
March 31, 1919. Promoted Corporal March 18, 
1919. Discharged at Camp Gordon, Ga., March 
31, 1919. (Torrey). 

GARDNER, MELVILLE REUBEN, Private. 

Assigned to Company M, 2d Infantry Replace- 
ment Regiment. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., 
October 27, arriving at Liverpool, England, No- 
vember 8, and at LeHavre, France. November 
12, 1918. Served with 5th Division Replacement 
Company; Company D, Supply Train, 5th Di- 
vision; Headquarters Supply Train, 5th Divi- 
sion. In Army of Occupation at Kayl, Luxem- 
bourg, Germany, from February 8 to July 9, 
1919. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., July 
26, 1919. (Milo). 

JACOBSEN, SORNEY JACOB, Private. 

Assigned to Company M, 2d Infantry Replace- 
ment Regiment. Transferred to Camp Merritt, 
N. J., October 22, 1918, and sailed from Hobo- 
ken October 27, 1918, arriving in Liverpool, 
England, November 8, and at LeHavre, France, 
November 12, 1918. Member Company A, 162d 
Infantry, 41st Division. Arrived in United States 
February 9th, and discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., February 28, 1919. (Benton). 

KINSMAN, EDWARD B., Private. 

Assigned to the Medical Department, with 
which he served at Camp Gordon until dis- 
charged. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., No- 
vember 18, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

MEYER, MILFORD MARTIN, Private. 

Assigned to Company M, 2d Infantry, Replace- 
ment Regiment. Transferred to Camp Merritt, 
N. J., and assigned to Company A, 162d Infan- 
try. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., October 27th, 
arriving at Liverpool, England, November 8th, 
and at Le Havre, France, November 13, 1918. 
Member Company A, 162d Infantry, 41st Divi- 
sion. Served with Interior Guard Company No. 
2 at St. Aignan, France, February 26 to April 22, 
1919; Interior Guard Company No. 1, April 23 
to June 12; Casual Company 6918, June 13 to 
July 7, 1919. Discharged at Mitchell Field, 
Camp Mills, Long Island, N. Y., July 7, 1919. 
(Potter). 

MeFALL, ARCHIE. 

(Italy). 



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AVGUST 28, 1!HS — FORT SLOCUM, N. Y. 

NAGELDINGER, ERNEST WILLIAM, Private. 

Transferred to Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala- 
bama, and assigned to 120th Company, Ordnance 
Department, unassigned. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., April 20, 1919. (Benton). 

AUGUST 2i), 1918 — CAMP UPTON, N. Y. 

FORD, DAVID JOSEPH, Private. 

Assigned to Headquarters Company, 4th Infant- 
ry. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., January 
7, 1919. Previous enlistment in Company A„ 
3d New York National Guard, at Rochester, N. 
Y. (Milo). 

KENYON, LEE W., Private. 

Assigned to 4th Company, Depot Brigade. Octo- 
ber 1st, transferred to Camp Mills, N. Y., and 
assigned to Company K, 123d Infantry. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., October 13, arriving at 
Brest, Prance, October 27, 1918. Served in Com- 
pany K, 123d Infantry, 31st Division; 329th In- 
fantry, and Company F, 312th Infantry. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., May 30, 1919. (Bar- 
rington). 

SEPTEMBER 4, 1018 — RECRUIT CAMP, SYRACUSE. 

BRADLEY, JAMES WHALEN, Private. 

Assigned to 75th Company, 18th Battalion, and 
transferred to Fort Banks November 13, and as- 
signed to 2d Company, Coast Artillery. Dis- 
charged at Camp Upton, N. Y., December 29, 
1918. (Starkey). 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM RICHARD, Private, 1st 
Class. 

Assigned to 75th Recruit Company, 18th Bat- 
talion. Transferred to Port Newark, N. J., and 
assigned to Fire and Guard Company 310, 
Quartermaster's Corps. Discharged at Newark, 
N. J., January 28, 1919. (Milo). 

HILL, FLOYD MELVIN, Private. 

Assigned to 75th Recruit Company, 18th Battal- 
ion. October 13th, transferred to Hoboken, N. 
J., for guard duty. January 19, 1919, trans- 
ferred to New York City for guard duty in the 
Debarkation Hospital No. 3. Discharged June 
12, 1919. (Barrington). 

MANNON, GEORGE WARREN, Private. 

Assigned to 100th Company, 24th Battalion. 
Died October 1, 1918, from influenza, while on 
furlough at his home, East Spencer, N. Y. 
(Barrington). 

PEDERSON, THOWALD. 

(Jerusalem). 

SIKARAS, THEODORE DEMETRIOS. 

Rejected. (Starkey). 

ST APE, ORVILLE FRANK. 

Rejected. (Milo). 

WADDELL, FRANK SAvTLLE, Clerk. 

Assigned to 75th Company, 18th Battalion, then 



to Personnel Office, and placed in Class C-l, 
for clerical work. Under this classification Mr. 
Waddell was subject to duties in any camp 
in the United States. Died of pneumonia at 
Syracuse, N. Y., October 5, 1918. (Milo). 

SEPTEMBER 5, 191S — CAMP JACKSON, COLUMBIA, 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 

ALLEN, ADELBERT BERKELEY, Cook. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery C, 7th Field Artillery Replacement 
Detachment. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
December 31, 1918. (Barrington). 

CALHOON, CLARK NATHAN, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery E, 14th Field Artillery Replacement 
Detachment. Discharged at Camp Jackson De- 
cember 9, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

CHRLSTENSEN, JAMES ANDREW, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery E, 7th Regiment, Light Field Artil- 
lery, and to Battery B, 9th Regiment, Light 
Artillery. Sailed from Newport News, Vir- 
ginia, November 11, 1918, and was re-called by 
wireless same day. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., December 31, 1918. (Milo). 

HALL, BYRON KETCHUM. 

(Barrington). 

JONES, ELWIN DELON, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery F, 7th Regiment, Field Artillery Re- 
placement Detachment. October 30th, sent to 
Camp Hill, Virginia, and was on shipboard at 
Newport News on morning of November 11th, 
ready to sail. Returned to Camp Hill, and on 
November 27 was sent back to Camp Jackson 
and assigned to Battery B, 8th Regiment, Field 
Artillery. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., 
December 31, 1918. (Jerusalem). 

KENNERSON, STANLEY, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Forret, Georgia, and assigned to the 
Engineers. Transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., 
and on November 9th boarded transport for 
overseas duty. November 11th returned to 
Camp Merritt, and was later transferred to 
Camp Humphrey, Virginia, where he was dis- 
charged.' (Benton). 

LAFLER, VICTOR E. 

Rejected. (Potter). 

MACE, ROBERT ALBERT, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina, and 
assigned to 49th Co., 156th Depot Brigade, 
War Department Requisition. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., December 31, 1918. (Milo). 

McFETRLDGE, ROBERT. 

(Benton). 



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(1) 


George Mannon 


(7) 


llln in Jones 


(2) 


Frank Waddell 


(8) 


Stanley Kennerson 


(3) 


Adelbert Allen 


<!>> 


Robert Maee 


(4) 


Clark Calhoori 


(10) 


Robert MeFetridge 


(5) 


James Christeiisen 


(11) 


.Sheridan Miller 


(«» 


Byron Hall 


(12) 


Paul Meade 



( IS) Chris Miller 

(14) Oliver Nor in a it 

(15) Carl Nelson 

(lit) Christian Nielsen 

(17) Vineent Poole 

(18) Emil Pedersen 



C-~>) Lewis Travis 



<!!»> Newell PanKhurn 

(10) Herbert Stewart 

(21) Leroy Snook 

(22) Frank Sample 

(23) Ambrose Sheehan 

(24) Fred Thomas 



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Tagd Ninety-eight 



MILLER, SHERIDAN EARL, Private. 

Assigned to 158th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery E, 13th Regiment, Field Artillery 
Replacement Detachment. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Milo). 

MEADE, PAUL JOSEPH, Corporal. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Sevier, Greanville, South Carolina, 
and assigned to 14th Company, H Battalion. 
Discharged at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, 
February 19, 1919. (Milo). 

MILLER, CHRIS, Private. 

Assigned to Company B, Depot Brigade. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Caro- 
lina, and was assigned to 90th Infantry, Supply 
Company. Transferred to Camp Hancock, Au- 
gusta, Georgia, in the same unit. Discharged 
at Camp Hancock March 11, 1919. (Torrey). 

NORMAN, OLIVER WENDELL, Private. 

Served in Company E, 4th Provisional Regiment, 
158th Depot Brigade, at Camp Jackson and 
Camp Sevier, South Carolina. Transferred to 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, where he was 
assigned to Company F, 147th Engineers. Dis- 
charged at Fort Benjamin Harrison December 
12, 1913. (Torrey). 

NELSON, CARL CHRISTIAN, Private. 

(Official)— Carl C. Nelson (4487673), R. D. 10, 
Penn Yc.n. Inducted at Penn Yan Sept. 4, 191S. 
Born Milo, Aug 27, 1894. Organizations: Co. 
E, 4th Pro Res't, 158th Depot Brigade, Sept. 
14, 1918, to Sept. 11, 1918; Battery 4, 7th F. A. 
Replacement Draft, Camp Jackson, S. C, to 
Oct. 2, 1918. Died of lobar pneumonia Oct. 2, 
1918. Notify Nels C. Nelson, father, R. D. 10, 
Penn Yan (Torrey). 

NEILSEN, CHRISTIAN, Private. 

Assigned to Battery C, 7Hi Regiment, Field Artil- 
lery Replacement Draft. With the same unit, 
transferred to Camp Hill, Newport News, Vir- 
ginia. Returned to Camp Jackson and assigned 
to Battery A, 59th Regiment, 3d Brigade. Dis- 
charged at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, Jan- 
uary 22, 1919. (Benton). 

100LE, VINCENT THOMAS, Private. 

Assigned to Depot Brigade, thence to Casual 
Camp, Physicians and Surgeons. Discharged at 
Camp Jackson, S. C, November 22, 1918. (Milo). 

I EDERSEN, EMIL, Mechanic 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery E, 9th Regiment, Field Artillery Re- 
placement Detachment. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

PANGBURN, NEWELL TRUMAN, Corporal. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina, and 
assigned to Motor Transport Company 334. Dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, N. J., February 20, 1919. 
(Milo). 

STEWART, HERBERT CHARLES, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery C, 7th Regiment, Field Artillery Re- 



placement Detachment. Sent to Camp Hill, Va., 
with 25th Artillery Replacement, and to New- 
port News, Va., for overseas duty. On Novem- 
ber 11th, 1918, was on board ship. Re-called 
and returned to Camp Jackson, and assigned to 
Battery B, 4th Regiment, Artillery. Discharged 
at Camp Upton, N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Pot- 
ter). 

SNOOK, LEROY CHARLES, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery F, 7th Field Artillery Replacement 
Detachment. Transferred to 11th Overseas 
Battery, and sent to Camp Hill, Newport News, 
Va , for overseas duty. Boarded transport 
"Tenadores" on morning of November 11th, and 
was debarked same night. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., February 3, 1919. (Starkey) 

SAMPLE, FRANK LESLIE, Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to Company E, 4th Regiment, Depot 
Brigade. Transferred to Company B, Quarter- 
master's Corps. Discharged at Camp Jackson, 
South Carolina, March 26, 1919. (Starkey). 

SHEEHAN, AMBROSE HOWARD, Private. 

Assigned to Battery F, 3d Brigade, 7th Regi- 
mrnt, Field Artillery Replacement Detachment. 
Transferred to Camp Lee, Virginia, thence to 
Camp Hill, Virginia, and was assigned to 
558th Company, Casuals. Transferred to Camp 
Upton, N Y., and assigned to 9th Company, In- 
fantry. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. Y., Jan- 
uary 10, 1919. (Italy). 

THOMAS, FRED BURNETT, Private. 

Assigned to Company E, 4th Provisional Regi- 
ment, 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred to Bat- 
tery B, 7th Field Artillery Replacement Detach- 
ment, 3d Brigade. Sent to Camp Hill, Newport 
News, Va., and on the morning of November 11, 

1918, embarked on the transport "Kroonland" 
for overseas duty, and was disembarked same 
day. Sent to Camp Upton, N. Y., and was there 
discharged January 2, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

TPAVIS, LEWIS WARREN, Private. 

Assigned to Company C, 1st Provisional Devel- 
opment Brigade. Discharged at Camp Jackson, 
South Carolina, December 10. 1918. (Milo). 

WINDNAGLE, GEORGE FREDERICK, Private. 

Assigned to 156th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery F, 7th Regiment, Field Artillery Re- 
placement Detachment. Sent to Camp Hill, 
Newport News, Virginia, for duty overseas. 
After proceeding on board transport, received 
orders to debark, and was sent to Camp Upton, 
N Y, where he was discharged January 2 V , 

1919. (Potter). 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM WRIGHT, Musician, Second 
Class. 

Assigned to 158th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery F, 7th Regiment, Field Artillery Re- 
placement Detachment. Sent to band school, 
and after graduation, assigned to band of 9th 
Regiment, 3d Brigade. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Middlesex). 



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( 1 > George Windnagle 

(2) William Williams 

(3) Roy Williams 

(4) Norman VVixom 

(5) Bradley Wheeler 

(6) Theodore Yost 



(7) Richard Crnuiih 

(8) Harry McQuiston 
(!)) Hans Palleson 

(10) Charles Allen 

(11) John Carroll 

(12) William Seism 



( IS) Leroy Hall 

(14) George Hoyt 

(15) Arthur Mordeeai 

(16) Vietor Rcddiiigton 

(17) Charles Clark 

(18) John MeMinn 



<1J») Irving' 1'ckert 

(20) Emmett Kindelberger 

(21) John McManus 

( 22 ) Clarence Spoor 
(2H) Wilbur Symonds 



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WILLIAMS, ROY DWIGHT, Private. 

Assigned to Battery F, 7th Regiment, 3d Brigade, 
Field Artillery Replacement Division. Trans- 
ferred to Camp Hill, Newport News, Virginia, 
and assigned to 11th Battery, Overseas Artillery 
Replacement Division. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., February 3, 1919. 

WIXOM, NORMAN BERT, Private. 

Assigned to Company E, 14th Regiment, Depot 
Brigade. Transferred to Battery F, 13th Regi- 
ment, Field Artillery, then to 14th Regiment, 
Replacement Division. Discharged at Camp 
Upton, N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Jerusalem). 

WHEELER, BRADLEY LONGWELL, Private. 

Assigned to Company E, 4th Provisional Regi- 
ment, 156th Depot Brigade. Sent to Camp Se- 
vier, Greenville, South Carolina, as a member 
of the Provost Guard. Discharged at Camp Dix, 
N. J., March 24, 1919. (Milo). 

YOST, THEODORE, Private. 

Assigned to 158th Depot Brigade. Transferred 
to Battery E, 4th Field Artillery Replacement 
Detachment. Sent to Camp Hill, Newport News, 
Va., for overseas duty, and was on board trans- 
port. "Kroonland" on November 11, 1918, when 
orders were received to disembark on account 
of the armistice. Discharged at Camp Upton, 
N. Y., January 2, 1919. (Milo). 

SEPTEMBER 11, 1918 — WASHINGTON, D. €. 

CRAUGH, RICHARD F., Sergeant. 

Assigned to Field Medical Supply Depot, U. S. 
Army Medical Department, Washington, D. C. 
Transferred to Camp Meigs, Washington, D. C, 
Quartermaster's Corps, and was discharged at 
that Camp February 3, 1919. (Milo). 

SEPTEMBER 11, 1918 — RECRUIT CAMP, SYRACUSE, 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

PALLESEN, HANS, Private. 

Assigned to 95th Company, 23d Training Bat- 
talion. Transferred to Camp Holabird, Mary- 
land, in Company B, 321st Motor Truck Corps. 
Discharged at Camp Holabird, Md., April 9, 
1919. (Benton). 



SEPT. 2.1, 1918 — SYRACUSE RECRUIT CAMP, 
SYRACUSE, X. Y. 

ALLEN, CHARLES FREDERICK, Private. 

Sent to Fort Caswell, North Carolina, for duty 
in the Coast Artillery Corps. Discharged at 
Camp Upton, N. Y., December 19, 1918. Mr. 
Allen became a member of the Red Cross Ser- 
vice in February, 1918, and went overseas on 
April 10,1918, returning to the United States on 
September 4, 1918. (Benton). 

CARROLL, JOHN BERNARD, Private. 

Assigned to the 96th Recruit Company, 23d 
Battalion. Sent to Fort Wayne, Detroit, Mich- 
igan, and served in the 6th Squadron, Aviation 
Corps. Discharged at Fort Wayne, January 22, 
1919. (Milo). 



SEPTEMBER 



1018 — FORT TOTTEN, X. Y. 



SCISM, WILLIAM MYER. 

(Starkey). 

OCTOBER 4, 1918 — COLUMBUS BARRACKS, 
COLUMBUS, OHIO. 

HALL, CLINTON LEROY, Private. 

Sent to Fort Totten, N. Y., November 11, and 
assigned to 10th Company, Coast Artillery Corps 
for service in band. Discharged at Fort Totten, 
N. Y., December 8, 1918. (Benton). 

HOYT, GEORGE WILLIS, Jr., Private. 

Assigned to 10th Recruit Company. Discharged 
at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, December 2, 1918. 
(Milo). 

MOKDECAI, ARTHUR, Private. 

Assigned to 20th Company, Infantry, for service 
in the Personnel Office. Discharged at Colum- 
bus Barracks, O., December 5, 1918. (Benton). 

REDDINGTON, VICTOR HOWARD, Private. 

Assigned to 26th Recruit Company, General Ser- 
vice Infantry. Discharged at Columbus Bar- 
racks, O., December 5, 1918. (Milo). 



SEPTEMBER 12, 1918 — CAMP JOSEPH E. JOHN- 
STON, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 

McQUISTON, HARRY GRANT, Quartermaster-Ser- 
geant, Senior Grade. 

Assigned to Detention Camp as embalmer until 
October 8, 1918. Sailed overseas October 26th, 
arriving at Cherbourg, France, November 11, 
1918. Assigned to Graves Registration Section 
312. General service at LeMons, Commercy, 
Chateau Selins, Luneville, Ville Sur Cousances, 
Neufchateau. Transferred to special registra- 
tion duties at Brest, France. Promoted Ser- 
geant October 21, 1918, at Camp Joseph E. John- 
ston, Jacksonville, Florida. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, New Jersey, August 8, 1919. (Bar- 
rington). 



OCTOBER 10, 1918 — WASHINGTON BARRACKS, 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

CLARK, CHARLES ROBINSON, Private. 

Assigned as Accountant in Adjutant's Office. 
Transferred to the Infantry, unassigned. Mr. 
Clark was granted an indefinite furlough, and 
was then assigned to Auditor's Office, as As- 
sistant Auditor and Accountant. Sailed Octo- 
ber 24, arriving at Bordeaux, France, November 
2, 1918. At Paris, Franco, March 15,^ 1919, 
joined the Federalized Red Cross as Auditor 
for the Commission on Allied Prisoners, for the 
War Department, with rank ofFirst Lieuten- 
ant. Discharged at Governor's Island, N. Y., 
May 7, 1920. (Starkey). 



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;(1) Sidney Ayres 

(2) Clyde Bigelow 

(3) Earl Castner 

(4) James Craugh 



<5) Marion Clark 

(6) Leverett Davis 

(7) George Emerson 
(S) Gerald Fisher 



(9) Charles Hob. in 

(10) AValter Moon 

(11) John Meehan 

(12) Arthur Paddock 



(17) Fenton AVindnagle 



(18) Leonard Sanderson 

(14) Paul Shutts 

(15) James Stever 
(1(>) Donald Tower 




'Page One Hundred Two 



OCTOBER 15, 1918 — CORNELL, AVIATION SCHOOL, 
ITHACA, ST. Y. 

MeMINN, JOHN, Corporal. 

Enlisted under special orders at Cornell Avia- 
tion School, Ithaca, N. Y. Transferred to Camp 
Meigs, Washington, D C , and assigned to 
Motor Truck Corps, Headquarters Unit 33. 
Transferred to Camp Benning, Georgia, with 
the same unit. Acting Sergeant at Cornell 
Aviation School. Appointed Corporal at Camp 
Benning, Ga , June 6, 1918. Discharged at Camp 
Meigs, Washington, D. C, December 9, 1918. 
(Milo). 

OCTOBER 22, 1»1S — CAMP WHEELER, GEORGIA. 

ECKEBT, IRVING EDWARD, Private. 

Assigned to 31st Depot Brigade, thence to Com- 
pany B, 35th Infantry. Transferred to Quar- 
termaster's Corps as Clerk. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., December 21, 1918. (Milo). 

KINDELBERGER, EMMETT L., Private, 1st Class. 

Assigned to 3d Company, Replacement Unit. De- 
cember 8th transferred to Camp Dix, N. J., and 
assigned to 61st Company, 153d Depot Brigade. 
Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., December 22, 
1918. (Potter). 

McMANUS. JOHN BEBNARD, Private. 

(Official)— John B. McManus (5068234), 161 



Cornwell Street, Penn Yan. Inducted at Penn 
Yan Oct. 22, 1918. Born Penn Yan, Feb. 13, 
1897. Organizations: 31st New Receiving Camp, 
Camp Wheeler, Ga., to death. Died of pneumo- 
nia Oct. 31, 1918. Notify Mrs. Alice McManus, 
mother, Penn Yan. (Milo). 

SPOOB, CLARENCE ALOIS ZO, Private. 

Assigned to Replacement Unit. Transferred to 
Camp Dix, N. J., Northern Automatic Draft Re- 
placement Training Camp. Discharged at Camp 
Dix, N. J., December 27, 1918. (Milo). 

SHERIDAN, JOHN EDWARD. 

Rejected. (Milo). 

SYMONDS, WILBUR MILLS, Private, 1st Class. 

At Camp Wheeler assigned to 31st Company, 
New Receiving Camp, thence to 6th Company, 
November Automatic Replacement Draft Train- 
ing Camp. Transferred to Camp Dix, N. J., and 
assigned to 61st Company, 16th Battalion, 153d 
Depot Brigade. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. 
J., December 22, 1918. (Milo). 

NOVEMBER S, 19i8 — CAMP WHEELER, GEORGIA. 

KORNUM, MADS VRANGDRUP, Private. 

Assigned to 13th Company, Depot Brigade. Dis- 
charged at Camp Wheeler, Ga., November 22, 
1918. (Milo). 



REGISTRANT OF JUNE, 1918 



WHEELER, JAMES H. 

(Potter). 



REGISTRANTS OF SEPTEMBER. 1918 



AYRES, SIDNEY ELLIOTT, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Cornell University, Ithaca, N Y., October 11, 
1918, and was assigned to Cmpany A, 1st Regi- 
ment, Infantry. Discharged at Ithaca, N. Y., 
December — 1918. (Benton. 

BRAYMAN, EUGENE. 

(Milo). 

BUBTCH, EOBEST SABIN, A. S., U. S. N. R. F. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., Octo- 
ber 2, 1918, and was assigned to the Ncval Unit. 
Discharged at Syracuse, N. Y., December 16th, 
1918. (Jerusalem). 

BLODGETT, VEBNON WILSON, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., October 8, 
1918. Discharged at Ithaca, N. Y., December 12, 
1918. (Potter). 

BIGELOW, CLAUDE M., Aviation Mechanic, U. S. N. 

Enlisted at Buffalo, N. Y., October 26, 1918. 
Sent to United States Naval Recruit Station, 
and assigned as Aviation Mechanic. Discharged 
at New York City November 19, 1918. 



CHAPMAN, ROGER ED1NGTON. 

(See page fifty-four). 

CRAUGH, JOHN M. 

(Milo). 

CASTNER, EARL SAMUEL, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Buffalo University, Buffalo, N. Y., October 
14, 1918, and was assigned to the Chemical 
Department. Discharged at the University of 
Buffalo December 16, 1918. (Barrington). 

CRAUGH, JAMES GERALD, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Notre Dame University, Indiana, October 5, 
1918, and was assigned to 2d Company. Dis- 
charged at University of Notre Dame, South 
Bend, Ind., December 21, 1918. (Milo). 

CLARK, MARION MELV1N, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., Octo- 
ber 2, 1918, and was assigned to Company B. 
Discharged at Syracuse, N. Y., December 8, 1918. 
(Starkey). 



"Page One Hundred Three 



DAVIS, JAMES LEVERETT, Candidate. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at the University of Buffalo, N. Y., October 1, 
1918. Transferred to Camp Zachary Taylor, 
Kentucky, (Central Officers' Training School), 
October 29, 1918, and assigned to 54th Training 
Battery, 18th Battalion, Field Artillery. Dis- 
charged at Central Officers' Training School, 
Camp Taylor, Kentucky, December 2, 1918. 
(Milo). 

EMERSON, GEORGE DEWEY, Private, 1st Class, 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Hillsdale, Michigan. Stationed at College 
Barracks, Hillsdale College S. A. T. C. Unit. 
Mr. Emerson was Acting Corporal throughout 
his enlistment. Discharged at Hillsdale, Mich- 
igan, December 22, 1918. (Potter). 

PISH, MILTON HART. 

(Starkey). 

FISHER, GERALD HOWARD, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., October — , 
1918. Died from pneumonia November 29, 1918. 
(Benton). 

GELDER, CLYDE BENJAMIN, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., October 15, 
1918. Discharged at Geneva, N. Y., December 
14, 1918. (Benton). 

HOBAN, CHARLES OWEN, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Notre Dame University, Indiana, and was as- 
signed to 2d Company. Discharged at Notre 
Dame December 21, 1918. (Milo). 

KINNE, GEORGE REMSEN. 

(See page fifty-seven). 

MERTZ, RODNEY CLIFFORD, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Syracuse University, Syracuse. N. Y., Sep- 
tember — 1918. (Middlesex). 

MURPHEY, LAZEAR J. 

(Starkey). 

MOON, WALTER EDMOND, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Elon College, Durham, South Carolina, Octo- 
ber 26, 1918, and was assigned to Company A. 
Acting Sergeant. Discharged at Elon College. 
(Starkey). 

MEEHAN, JOHN JOSEPH, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Notre Dame University, Indiana, as Candi- 
date, and was assigned to 2d Company. Dis- 
charged December 21, 1918, as Acting Corporal. 
(Milo). 



PADDOCK, ARTHUR JAMES, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., October 1, 
1918, and was assigneed to Company A. Trans- 
ferred to Company K, Veterinary Corps. Dis- 
charged at Ithaca, N. Y., December 11, 1918. 
(Starkey). 

ROSENKRANS, EDMUND C. 

(Starkey). 

ROCHE, ANGELO JAMES. 

(Milo). 

RUGAR, GEORGE FRANCIS, Private. 

Enlisted in th e Students' Army Training Corps 
at the University of Rochester, Rochester, N. 
Y., October 21, 1918. Discharged at Rocehster, 
N. Y., December 10, 1918. (Potter). 

RUTENBER, JAMES BLACKMER. 

(Benton). 

SANDERSON, LEONARD R., Private. 

Enlisted in Students' Army Training Corps at 
Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., October 1, 1918. 
Discharged at Hobart College December 20, 1918. 
(Jerusalem). 

SCHERER, EDWARD LAURISTON. 

(See page sixty-one). 

SHUTTS, PAUL NELSON, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Rutger's College, New Brunswick, N. J., 
October 5, 1918. Assigned to Company D. Dis- 
charged at Rutger's College December 14, 1918. 
(Milo). 

STEVER, JAMES LEWIS, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., October 1, 
1918, and was assigned to Company A. Dis- 
charged at Hobart College December 4, 1918. 
(Milo). 

TOWER, DONALD MacLEAN, Private. 

Enlisted in the Students' Army Training Corps 
at New York State College, Albany, N. Y., Oc- 
tober 1, 1918. Discharged at Albany, N. Y., De- 
cember 4, 1918. (Starkey). 

WINDNAGLE, DEWEY FENTON, Second Lieuten- 
ant, Field Artillery. 

Enlisted October 5, 1918, in the Students' Army 
Training Corps at Cornell University, Ithaca, 
N. Y., and assigned to Company H, Engineers. 
Transferred to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ken- 
tucky, and was assigned to 13th Observation 
Battery. Promoted Sergeant at Ithaca, N. Y. 
Promoted 2d Lieutenant February 1, 1919, at 
Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. Placed on Of- 
ficers' Reserve List February 1, 1919. (Milo). 




"Page One Hundred Four 



OTHER SERVICE MEN 




(A) Harold Tutliill 



(it I John II > land 



(O Lawrence Armstrong 



TUTHILL, HAROLD FRANKLIN, Sergeant, 1st Class, 
reassigned. 

Enlisted at Baltimore, Maryland, May 27, 1917, 
with the Johns-Hopkins University Unit. Sailed 
overseas June 14, 1917, arriving at St. Nazaire, 
France, June 28, 1917. Assigned to Base Hospital 
No. 18, at Bazoiles-Sur-Meuse, France. Promot- 
ed Sergeant January 2, 1918, and Sergeant, 1st 
Class October 25, 1918. Discharged at Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y., February 20, 1919. Mr. Tuthill was a 
member of the first convoy to France. (Credited 
to Baltimore, Md.) 

HYLAND, JOHN JAMES, Captain. 

Enrolled in Officers' Training School at Madison 
Barracks, N. Y., May 1, 1917. Sent to Madison 
Barracks, May 13, 1917. Promoted 2d Lieutenant 
August 15, 1917. Assigned to Camp Dix, N. J., 
August 29, 1917, Co. F, 310th Infantry. Trans- 
ferred to 153d Depot Brigade, October, 1917. Pro- 
moted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1917. 
Transferred to 807th Pioneer Infantry July 10, 
1918. Promoted to Captain July 23, 1918. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., September 14, 1918. Mem- 
ber Company F, 310th Infantry, 78th Division. 
In battle at Meuse-Argonne October 25 to No- 
vember 11, 1918. Discharged at Camp Upton, N. 
Y., July 10, 1919. (Milo. Credited to Albany, N. 
Y.) 

ARMSTRONG, LAWRENCE SHEPPAED. 

Entered service in Paris, France, in May, 1917, 
and served in American Ambulance, Paris, Ameri- 
can Red Cross, Paris, France; Quartermaster's 
Corps, A E. F., London, England; Quartermas- 
ter's Corps, Paris, France. Discharged at Paris, 
France, in January, 1919. (Milo). 

ROSE, JOHN HENRY, Major. 

Enlisted at Washington, D. C, August 12, 1917. 
Entered office of Surgeon-General, Washing- 
ton, D. C, Personnel Division, December 13, 
1917. Enlisted with grade of Captain, and was 
promoted to Major October 18, 1918. Discharged 
at Washington, D. C , January 1, 1919. Mr. 
Rose's son, Phillip Livingston Rose, 2d Lieut., 
Battery E, 6th Field Artillery, was killed in 
active service October 5, 1918, by exploding 
shell. (Jerusalem). 



REYNOLDS, RICHARD J, Corporal. 

Enlisted at Washington, D. C, May 16, 1917, 13th 
U. S. Hospital Corps, and sent to Allentown, 
Penn. Left for overseas December 28, 1917, ar- 
riving at Brest, France, January 10, 1918. Serv- 
ed in the United States Army Ambulance Ser- 
vice with the First Army, 77th Division. Also 
served in the 6th French Army Corps. In battles 
at Chauteau-Thierry defensive, June 4 to 8; 
Champagne-Marne defensive, July 15 to 18 ; 
Aisne-Marne offensive, July 18 to 30. Ypres-Lys 
offensive, September 11 to November 18, 1918 
Served in Belgium and France from January 10, 
1918, to April 13, 1919, having been assigned to 
the 6th French Army. Cited three times for 
valor. Credited to Washington, D. C. 

DYKEMAN, CHARLES, 1st Class Private. 

Inducted at Lewisburg, Pa., May 14, 1918. 
Sent to Camp McArthur and assigned to 80th 
Field Artillery, Battery B, 7th Brigade, 7th Di- 
vision. Transferred to Camps Columbus Bar- 
racks, McArthur, McClellan and Merritt. Sailed 
from Hoboken, N. J., August 22, 1918, arriving 
at Brest, France, September 3„ 1918. Member 
Battery B, 80th Field Artillery. Discharged at 
Camp Dix, N. J., June 28, 1919. (Milo). Credited 
to Lewisburg, Pa. 

HOPKINS, GEORGE EDWARD, Seaman, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at New York City May 15, 191S. Sent to 
Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, and assign- 
ed to 1st Isolation Camp; 3d Regiment, thence 
to Petty Officers' School. Discharged at Pelham 
Bay, N. Y., December 4, 1918. (Credited to New 
York City). 



BKAllMOiVT, CHARLES H., Milo — Steuben County. 

BREWER, WILFRED C, Starkey — Pennsylvania. 

CRAITGH, THOMAS ]',., Milo — 

COMSTOCK, DONALD It.. Benton — New York City. 

COLLIN, GEORGE T.. Benton — Elmira. 

COMINGS, JESSE, Milo — Canandaigua. 

DeMUNN, J. M. — Livingston County. 

DOUGLASS, CLARENCE R„ Milo — Rochester. / 

GOLDSMITH, \\ . II., Milo — Waterloo. 

JESSTJP, A. ll., Milo — Brie, Pa. 

POYNEER, WARNER H.. Jerusalem — Elmira. 

LOOMIS, A. v. — Chemung County. 

MOORE, JAMES »., Milo — Akron, Ohio. 

SMITH, I'M l.. Milo — Watkins. 



lU) 




'Page One Hundred Five. 



CANADIAN ARMY 




<1> Hugh Mellmoyl 
(4) Robert Allan 



C2) John Allan 
(5) John Cramer 



(3) William Apps 
(«) George Brown 



ALLAN, JOHN, 1st Class Private. 

Enlisted at Kirkendbright, Scotland, August 4, 
1915, and assigned to Royal Field Artillery. Dis- 
charged with rank of bombardier July 10, 1916, 
because of disability. Re-enlisted at Toronto, Can- 
ada, April 17, 1917, and assigned to Royal Flying 
Corps. Transferred to Royal Air Force April 1, 
1918. Discharged January 8, 1919. (Milo). 

ALLAN, ROBERT J. HANEY, Sapper. 

Enlisted in the Canadian Army at Rochester, N. Y., 
April 5, 1918, and sent to Hamilton, Ontario, Can- 
ada, -where he was assigned to 13th Canadian Rail- 
way Troops. Sailed from Halifax, May 17, 1918, 
arriving at Bologne, France, via Liverpool, Eng- 
land May 26, 1918. Member Canadian Railway 
Troops, 3d Division, Canadian Army. In battles 
at St. Quentin and Cambrai. Discharged at Toron- 
to, Canada, April 6, 1919. (Milo). 

APPS, WILLIAM. 

Enlisted in the British Army at the beginning- of 
the World War. Was wounded, and after his re- 
covery again entered the front lines, and in the 
summer of 1916 was captured by the Germans and 
placed in prison camp, where he was held until his 
death occurred August 31, 1918, from paralysis. 
Mr. Apps was a veteran of the African War. (Milo). 

BROWN, GEORGE OLIVER, Corporal, 1st Class. 

Enlisted at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 15, 1915. 



Sent to Camp Barrifield, Kingston, Canada, and 
assigned to Musketry. Sailed from Halifax, Can- 
ada, for England, September 8, 1915, where he 
served in camps at Bramshot as Lewis machine 
gunner, and at Aldershot, where he took a Lewis 
machine gunner course at range. Arrived in Le- 
Havre, France, December 8, 1915. Company Bomb- 
er, 20th Battalion. In battles at Somme River, 
Couveniche, and Arras. Wounded on Somme front 
January 11, 1916, and on February 12, 1917, suffer- 
ed a shrapnel wound which necessitated the am- 
putation of his right leg. Discharged at Park 
School No. 2, Mil. Dept., October 12, 1918. (Jerusa- 
lem.) 

CRAMER, JOHN BALANTINE, Private. 

Enlisted in Canadian Army at Buffalo, N. Y,„ June 
1, 1918. Member Canadian Machine Gun Depot and 
N. Wing. In England Mr. Cramer was stationed in 
camp at Sussex, a member of the Canadian Cas- 
ualty Corps. Discharged at Toronto, Canada, Oc- 
tober 1, 1919. (Milo). 



McILMOYL, HUGH, Sapper. 

Enlisted at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, February 
19, 1918. Assigned to Railway Construction Draft, 
C. O. M. F., and with that contingent served over- 
seas. Discharged at London, Ontario, Canada, 
March 1, 1919. (Milo). 



"Page One Hundred Six 



Y. M. C. A. and NURSES 





fes 




(2) Louise Ki|i i' 



(1) Lowell McPherson 

<S) Grace Goodspeed (4) Elizabeth Clary 

<5) Nevin Bartholomew 



BARTHOLOMEW, NEVIN DANIEL, Rev. 

Enlisted in Y. M. C. A. service and was stationed 
at Camp Lee, Virginia, from June 1, 1918, to Octo- 
ber 15, 1918 (Milo). 

GOODSPEED, MISS GRACE, (Mrs. Shirley Babbett*. 

Enlisted in Y. M. C. A. work in New York City 
September 15, 1918 Sailed for overseas from New 
York, December 15, 1918, arriving- at Liverpool, 
England, December 25. 1918. At London, England, 
Miss Goodspeed volunteered for night street pa- 
trol work, and was assigned to the International 
Hospitality League, composed of British. Ameri- 
can, Canadian. Australian, and New Zealand Y. M. 
C A.'s. Detached from the International Hospital- 
ity League, in May, 1919, and was sent to France 
with the American Y. M. C. A., and stationed in 
Paris, at enlisted men's hotel (Rochester), at in- 
formation desk, and officiated as hostess. (Milo). 

HAMBLIN, CHARLES R., Rev. 

Enlisted in the Y. M. C. A. service for overseas 
duty, and was stationed at Ear-de-Duc Area. Ver- 
dun Sector, Argonne, with American Expedition- 
ary Forces — 1st, 3d, 35th, 77th. 91st and 95th Di- 
visions Gassed on the Heights of Montfaucon in 
October, 1918. In hospital four weeks Five times 
under shell fire; four times under direct air raids; 
once under machine fire "Did nothing- heroic. Trie 
to do my duty, and have no complaints." Rated by 
War Department as non-commissioned officer. 
(Potter). 

McPHEHSON, LOWELL CALL, Hospital Pastor. 

Enlisted in New York City July lfi, 1918. and was 
assigned to duty in New York and Brooklyn. Left. 
Hoboken for overseas September 25, 1918, arriv- 
ing at LeHavre. France, via Liverpool, England, 
October 12, 1918. Assigned to duly as hospital pas- 



tor at Pontanezen Camp, Brest, largest military 
camp in the world, debarkation camp Hospital No. 
33 Left France October 21, 1918, arriving in New 
York City, August 1, 1919 Dis •harged at New York 
City, August 14, 1919. (Jerusalem). 



HEMINWAY. C. W 

(Barring-ton.) 



Rev. 



BEAUMONT, MRS. CORNELIA H., Nurse. 

Enlisted January 22. 1918. at Camp Dix. N. J., and 
assigned to Base Hospital Center Discharged at 
Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N. J., January 1, 1919. 
(Milo). 

CLARY, ELIZABETH (Mrs. D. L. Kellen), Nurse. 

Enlisted at' Pemi Van in Red Cross Army Nursing. 
Called to active duty October 14, 1918, and sent to 
Nitro, Charleston, West Virginia. Transferred to 
Washington. D. C. where she was assigned to Red 
Cross Barracks for district work. Discharged at 
Washington, D. C. December 23. 1918. (Milo). 

KIPP, MISS LOUISE, Dietitian. 

Enlisted in Canandaigua, N. Y.. in (he Kid Cross 
as Dietitian. March 13, 1918. Called to active ser- 
vice August 26, 1918, at Camp Sherman, Chilli- 
cothe, Ohio. July 4, 191 'i transferred to Letterman 
General Hospital, San Francisco, California. Dis- 
charged al San Francisco, Cal., March 1, 1920. 
(Benton ). 

JONES, CAROLYN, Nurse. 

i Starkey.) 

PIERCE, FLORA BELLE, .\urse. 

I Benton). 



'Page One Hundred Seven 



is 

m 




<1) Mrs. Jennie \V. C. Horton 

<2> Mrs. S.-ir.-ih F. S. Armstrong 

<S) Mrs. E. C. Gillett 

(41 John H. Johnson 

(5) Mrs. Mary II. Steelmnn 



««» Mrs. Mattie MeAdams 

(7) Mrs. Ralph W. Hoyt 

(8) H. C. Earles 

(9) Charles E. Doubleday 
(10) II. Merton Smith 



l*J 



'Page One Hundred Eight 



AMERICAN RED CROSS 



The Penn Yan Chapter of the American Red Cross 
was organized in Penn Yan on May 15, 1917, with the 
following officers: 

Chairman, Mrs. Jennie W. C. Horton 
Vice-Chairman, Mrs. Sarah F. S. Armstrong 
Secretary, Mrs. E. C. Gillett 
Treasurer, Mr. John H. Johnson 

Executive Committee: 

Mrs. Mary B. Steelman 
Mrs. Mattie McAdams 
Mrs. Ralph W. Hoyt 
Mr. Henry C. Earles 
Dr. C. E. Doubleday 
Mr. H. Merton Smith 

The work of organizing Yates county was carried 
on. Branches were formed in each town in the coun- 
ty with auxiliaries as needed to carry on the work. 
Too much praise cannot be given to the women of 
the county for the wonderful work accomplished by 
them, the men aiding by giving freely of time and 
money so that each man going from his home town 
into the military service of the United States could 
be cared for while doing his part in the World War. 
Space cannot be given to the the names of those who 
participated in this great work of the Yates County 
Chapter of the American Red Cross. The following 
financial statement will show the work accomplished 
from May 15, 1917, to November 30, 1918. There was 
received in cash from all sources between May 15, 
1917, and November 30, 1918, the sum of $36,581.71, 
all of which was disbursed except $1797.88, which was 
on hand at that date. Received $6,549 from annual 
memberships for the years 1917-1918; $3,414.30 from 
a citizens' committee for the first war fund, and 
$243.14 from the Junior Red Cross in the various 
schools in the county. Most of the remainder came 
through the Yates County War Chest Association. The 
chief payments were $2560 to National Headquarters 
for First War Fund; $5250 to treasurer of the United 
States for Second War Fund; $3275 to Atlantic Di- 
vision for Memberships, and $22,324.98 for Military 
Relief Supplies. Necessary expenses for the period 
amounted to $1027 55. There were no salaries paid. 

The members of the Red Cross of Yates County, 
during 1917 and 1918, prepared and shipped to the 
Atlantic Division, Bureau of Supplies, at New York 
City, the following articles: 

SURGICAL DRESSliVCS 

Abdominal bandages 680 

Pour-tailed bandages 5 

Many-tailed bandages 790 

Scultetus bandages (new model) 4305 

T bandages 120 

Triangular bandages, muslin 1560 

Gauze compresses. 4x4 inches 4500 

Gauze compresses, 8x4 inches 47600 

Gauze compresses. 9x9 inches 2160 

Absorbent pads, 8x12 inches, cotton 260 

Absorbent pads, 12x24 inches 3 

Bandages, 4-inch 102 

Irrigation pads, 12x18 inches 31 

Irrigation pads, paper back, 12x18 inches 86 

Irrigation pads, 16x24 inches 3 



Irrigation pads, paper back, 16x24 inches 127 

Gauze packing. 2 inch x 1 yard 19 

Heel rings 70 

Government pads, type 1 5931 

Gauze rolls, 3 yards x 4% inches 68 

Gauze rolls, 5 yards x 4 % inches 14 

Webbing splint straps, 1% inches x 1 yard .... 320 

Webbing splint straps, 1% inches x 2 yards .... 420 

Gauze sponges 2652 

Folded gauze strips, 6x3 inches 782 

Gauze wipes 8861 

Eye bandages 4002 

Miscellaneous bandages 44 

HOSPITAL GARMENTS 

Handkerchiefs 608 

Pneumonia jackets 5 

Pajamas 923 

Convalescent robes 99 

Bed shirts 7727 

Day shirts 1340 

Helpless case shirts 10 

Bandaged foot socks 590 

Bed socks 250 

Convalescence suits 5 

Hospital underdrawers 138 

Hospital undershirts 588 

Bed jackets 302 

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 

Hot water bag covers 200 

Ice bag covers 20 

Old linen 11 

Comfort pillows 994 

Pillow cases .....:... 121 

Sheets 1 

Bed Spreads .-. ....'.-. 99 

Dish towels 10 

Wash towels 10 

Wash cloths 646 

Tray covers and napkins 467 

AmDulance p. Hows 271 

Bath robes • • • 8 

Cup covers 75 

REFUGEE GARMENTS 

Capes, children, 1 to 5 years 90 

Chemises, girls, 5 to 16 years 400 

Chemises, women 43 

Drawei s, women 15 

Dresses, children, 1 to 5 years 175 

Dresses, girls, 5 to 16 years 220 

House gowns, women ....".."...... 10 

Dayettes :...-.. 36 

Nightgowns, women 30 

Peuicoais, children, 1 to 5 years ' 15 

Petticoats, girls, 5 to 14 years 25 

Petticoats, women 311 

Pinafores, 7 to 14 years 5 

Shoulder shawls 50 

Shirts, boys, 12 to 16 years 49 

oKirts, women 10 

Infants' dresses 89 

Infants' jackets or sacques 101 

Infants' skirts 16 

Infants' bootees, pairs 1060 

Infants' blankets 4 

Infants' jackets 205 

Infants' socks, pairs ' 7 

Infants' bands • • • 5 

Infants' shoes, pairs 7 

Underdrawers, boys, 5 to 16 years, winter 150 

Undershirts children, 1 to 5 years 245 

Undershirts, boys, 5 to 16 years, summer 110 

Undershirts, boys, 5 to 16 years, winter 150 

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 

Comfort bags 450 

Helmets 195 

Mufflers 135 

Socks, pairs 3673 

Sweaters 1085 

Wristlets, pairs 275 

Comfort kits 50 



There were three drives for second hand clothing. 
Yates county responded not only in used clothing, but 
many new suits, and articles were included in the 
shipments: 45 cases containing 9,801 garments (includ- 
ing 743 pairs of shoes). Total weight of the shipments, 
12,454 pounds. 




'Page One Hundred Nine 



FOOD ADMINISTRATION 



On December 27, 1917, in the early days of the United States Food 
Administration activities, seven Deputy Food Administrators were ap- 
pointed, one of whom was Albert T. Beardslee, whose jurisdiction was 
Yates County. These seven were summoned to New York City and 
sworn in on January 7, 1918. Shortly thereafter additional Deputies 
were appointed so that one was assigned to each county in the State, 
all of whom were to act without salary. 

Soon the Nation was experiencing the first pangs of a sugar short- 
age and the retail dealers were forced to obtain certificates in order to 
even purchase this necessary commodity. It then became apparent that 
some system of rationing must prevail, to insure that all might secure 
their proper share, and so the Food Administrator and Retail Dealers 
cooperated in evolving the first sugar cards in New York State. To make 
them effective, it became necessary to check them up each week and 
not having available funds to employ assistants, this work was done 
by the Food Administrator. Canning certificates also made their appear- 
ance about this time. By their use, sugar was provided in 25 pound lots 
for canning purposes and the filing and checking was accomplished 
the same way as with the sugar cards. By careful checking, the sugar 
cards proved so successful in their operation that they were afterward 
adopted in practically every county and continued in use until a more 
normal supply came into the market. 

On account of the world shortage of wheat, the use of 
substitute cereals with wheat flour became necessary and such re- 
strictions were at first received with some antagonism. However, the 
Food Administrator, having full confidence in the inherent patriotism 
of his people, immediately began an educational campaign which soon 
brought a full realization that such rules were a vital part in the suc- 
cessful prosecution of the war. This secured their loyal support and 
cooperation, and, except in a few isolated instances, obviated the neces- 
sity of invoking the drastic powers of enforcement at his command. At 
one time, 2000 pounds of wheat flour was donated by the people of the 
county to relieve the great distress in France and this amount was 
mad e up of many small contributions from those whose own supply 
was limited and with which they had been required to purchase other 
cereals, thus limiting themselves to a diet from which wheat was 
practically eliminated. With such instances of loyalty and patriotism it 
is not surprising that the Food Administrator received many letters 
from those in high authority, indicating that Yates county stood very 
high in the estimation of the United States Food Administration. 

After the Armistice was signed, a relaxation of war time rules 
quickly became possible and conditions improved so rapidly that Mr. 
Beardslee was permitted to resign Feb. 1, 1919, receiving the commenda- 
tion of his chief and a certificate from the Government "In token of 
efficient and patriotic service during the Great War, 1917-1918." 




ALBERT T. BEARDSLEE L* 

Food Administrator S3 



'Page One Hundred Ten 



FUEL ADMINISTRATION 



W. N Wise was appointed Coal Administrator for Yates County Oc- 
tober 25, 1917, and continued to act in that capacity until honorably re- 
leased February 28, 1919. 

"When he accepted the appointment, the conditions were very 
threatening, and there was every reason to fear that much suffering 
would be caused in the county by the shortage of the coal supply dur- 
ing the winter of 1917 and 1918. But during his administration there 
was not a single person, so far as is known, who was obliged to pass 
a night without sufficient coal to keep him warm until the next morn- 
ing, even though in some cases suffering was prevented by delivering 
enough in coal hods to last until the next morning. 

Soon after taking charge of the matter, the receipts of coal be- 
came so small that Mr. Wise was obliged to issue an order to all deal- 
ers prohibiting the delivery of more than a quarter ton of coal to any 
person at one time. A signed statement was required from every pur- 
chaser as to the quantity he still had on hand, and until his supply 
was exhausted no more coal could be delivered to him. 

The cost to the dealer for his coal was accurately figured, and a fair 
and uniform price was fixed by the administrator which, notwithstand- 
ing the great shortage, never exceeded $9.00 per ton in the yard for 
stove size. 

Circulars showing the alarming condition of the coal supply, were 
continually mailed to farmers — in which they were urged to provide an 
increased supply of firewood for the winter of 1917 — and which resulted 
in a large increase in their production, and aided greatly in decreasing 
the demand for coal from the farming community. 

The use of electricity for street lighting was reduced as much as 
was consistent with safety. The use of all electric lighted display signs 
was prohibited. 

The system in regard to the distribution of the limited supply of 
coal available, the plan of requiring signed declarations from consum- 
ers as to the quantity of coal in their bins, the fixing of a maximum 
price which dealers were permitted to charge by the Yates County Ad- 
ministrator was highly commended by the New York State Fuel Admin- 
istration, and wfiis adopted by several other County Administrators. 

No compensation whatever for services rendered. 




'Page One Hundred Eleven 




Gilbert H. Bilker 
James iU. Lonn 
Arthur H. Clapper 
Albert T. Beardslee 
"William M. Patteson 



WAR CHEST 



Tuesday afternoon, March 12, 1918, after several meetings ha<j been held 
for the purpose of organizing a War Chest Association in Yates county, repre- 
sentative men from the several towns of the county assembled in the Corn- 
well Opera House, and appointed the following directors: 



W. N. Wise 
John H. Johnson 
Hon. G. H. Baker 
F. M. McNiff 
H. A. Wagener 
Clarence R. Andrews 
John C. Pox 
H. C. Earles 
A. T. Beardslee 
William M. Patteson 
Andrew Nissen 
M. Prancis Corcoran, 
Hon. H. S. Fullagar 



Board of Directors. 

Hon. James M. Lown, Jr. 

W. A. Scoon 

H. A. Tuttle 

F. P. Briglin 

Verdi Burtch 

Guy Richards 

Dr. F. M. Chaffee 

Hon. William A. Carson 

Harry B. Harpending' 

Charles J. Watson 

Roy Roberts 

Arthur Clapper 

Dr. George E. Welker 



In the evening of March 12, a meeting was held in the Cornwell Opera House 
at which time Mr. George R. Hamblyn, director of the Membership Extension 
Work of the Atlantic Division of the American Red Cross, explained the advan- 
tages of a War Chest, through which all moneys for war relief purposes was 
apportioned. Wherever a War Chest was formed no other campaigns for war 
relief work were permitted, excepting the sales of War Savings Stamps and 
Liberty Bonds. 

On Wednesday afternoon, March 13, 1918, a meeting of the directors was held 
and a permanent organization was effected. The following officers were elect- 
ed, and committees were appointed as n*\med: 



Permanent Officers. 

Hon. Gilbert H. Baker .... President 
Hon. Jas. M. Lown, 1st Vice-President 
Arthur H. Clapper . . 2d Vice-President 

A. T. Beardslee Secretary 

William M. Patteson Treasurer 



Disbursing Committee. 

William N. Wise, Chairman 

Charles Andrews 

John Hyland 

Hon. William A. Carson 

Harry B. Harpending' 

Finance Committee. 

H. Allen Wagener, Chairman 

John C. Fox 

Robert Perry 

Hon. Frank M. Collin 

Charles J. Watson 



Publicity Committee. 

William C. McCuaig, Chairman 
William S. Cornwell 
Thomas J. Reynolds 

Campaign Committee. 

Sam. Fybush, Chairman 

Isaac L. Yetter, Secretary-Treasurer 

Walter B. Tower, Campaign Manager 

Executive Committee 



M. 


F. 


Corcoran 


W 


E 


Corcoran 


R. 


E. 


Chapman 


W 


B 


Tower 


C. 


R. 


Andrews 


A. 


T. 


Beardslee 


W 


J 


Tylee 


W 


N 


Wise 


J. 


C. 


Stratton 


s. 


A. 


J. McMath 



Total number of subscribers to the War Chest 4,885 

Total amount subscribed $70,030.93 

Total amount paid to June 1, 1919 58,991.98 





"Page One Hundred Twelve 



NATIONAL GUARD, STATE NEW YORK 



ROSTER COMPANY O 




AY. 13. DKHKliT 
Captain 



OI.IVEK L. AVARXEK 
1st Lieutenant 



THOMAS H. SORENSEN 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company was mustered into the service of the 
State on Nov. 4, 1917, by Captain Hayden C. Bates, 
of New York City; mustered out of service on March 
19, 1919, by Captain Fred C. Scharf, of Elmira. The 
Company served 1 year, 4 months, and 15 days. 

OFFICERS 

Captain W. E. DeMelt, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, commis- 
sioned First Lieutenant Feb. 28, 1918, and placed 
in command of the company which was designated 
Platoon Co. C, with headquarters at Corning; com- 
missioned Captain July 29, 1918, and placed in 
command of the company which was then desig- 
nated Company 0, 4th Inf. 

First Lieutenant Oliver L. Warner, enlisted Nov. 4, 
1917, commissioned First Lieutenant Aug. 28, 1918. 

Second Lieutenant Thomas H. Sorensen, enlisted Nov. 
4, 1917, commissioned Second Lieutenant Aug. 28, 
1918. 

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

First Sergeant Win. H. Beebe, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, 
warranted First Sergeant Aug. 16, 1918, mustered 
out with the company. 

Mess Sergeant Paul W. Thayer, enlisted June 8, 1918, 
warranted Sergeant Oct. 9, 1918, mustered out with 
the company. 

Supply Sergeant Dudley X. Fox, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, 
warranted Sergeant Oct. 9, 1918, mustered out with 
the company. 

Sergeant Joseph L, Challis, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Sergeant Oct. 9, 1918, mustered out with the 
company. 

Sergeant Charles D. Marsh, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Sergeant Oct. 9, 1918, honorably discharged 
Feb. 3, 1919. 



Sergeant Wesley Y. Morgan, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, 
warranted Sergeant Oct. 9., 1918, mustered out with 
the company. 

Sergeant Clayton Wells, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Sergeant Oct. 9, 1918, mustered out with the 
company. 

Sergeant Ralph H. Excell, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal Oct. 9,1918; warranted Sergeant 
March 13, 1919, mustered out with the company. 

Corporal George Klungle, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal Oct. 9, 1918, mustered out with the 
company. 

Corporal Howard M. Leshure, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, 
warranted Corporal Oct. 9, 1918, mustered'out with 
the company. 

Corporal Lester H. Storli, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal March 13, 1919, mustered out with 
the company. 

Corporal Peter H. Wilson, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal March 13, 1919, mustered out with 
the company. 

Corporal Howard V. Tyler, enlisted June 19, 1918, 
warranted Corporal March 13, 1919, mustered out 
with the company. 

Corporal John A, Briddon, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal Oct. 9, 1918, honorably discharged 
March 13, 1919. 

Corporal Waller E. Xorris, enlisted Dec. 3, 1917, war- 
ranted Corporal Oct. 9, 191S, honorably discharged. 

Corporal Arthur C. Taylor, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, 
warranted Corporal Oct. 9, 1918, honorably dis- 
charged Jan. 11, 1919. 

Private .lames Gamby (Bugler), enlisted Nov. 4, 
1917, mustered oul with the company. 




'Page One Hundred Thirteen 



PRIVATES 

Andrews, Paul R,, enlisted April 10, 1918, mustered 
out with the company. 

Ansley, Nelson, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, mustered out 
with company. 

Aspell, David I., enlisted May 29, 1918, served on the 
New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the com- 
pany. 

Bailey, Wm. E., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, mustered out 
with company. 

Baker, Lewis E., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, mustered out 
with company. 

Benedict, Fern, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, acting First 
Lieutenant, honorably discharged April 9, 1918. 

Bridgman, Edwin €., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged Feb. 23, 1918, to enter U. S. Army. 

Brooks, Henry Fred, enlisted Sept. 25, 1918, honor- 
ably discharged Mar. 13, 1919, to enter U. S. Army. 
Served on New York Aqueduct. 

Butler, James F., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, discharged 
March 22, 1918, drafted into U. S. Army. 

Clark, Walter P., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged March 29, 1918. Entered U. S. service. 

Christensen, Chris E., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, muster- 
ed out with the company. 

Clayton, Seeley, enlisted Feb. 20, 1918, honorably dis- 
charged Aug. 2, 1918. 

Cleaveland, Edwin E., enlisted May 15, 1918, muster- 
ed out with company. 

Conistock, Leon E., enlisted Sept. 25, 1918, mustered 
out with company. 

Cook, Ray F., enlisted Nov. 20, 1918, mustered out 
with company. 

Cornell, Archie J., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, transferred 
to Co. L of Elmira; enlisted later in U. S. Army. 

Cramer, Edward, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 23, 1918. Enlisted in U .S. Army. 

Cummings, Wm. H., enlisted Sept. 3, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the 
company. 

Davis, Arthur R., enlisted Nov. 20, 1918, mustered 
out with company. 

Decker, J. Clarence, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged Aug. 2, 1918; drafted into U. S. Service. 

Denison, Albert R., enlisted June 19, 1918, served on 
N. Y. Aqueduct, mustered out with the company. 

Dennison, Arthur John, enlisted Sept. 25, 1918, hon- 
orably discharged Jan. 11, 1919. 

Denison, Floyd T., enlisted June 19, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, honorably discharged 
March 6, 1919. 

Denison, Harvey Adrian, enlisted June 5, 1918, serv- 
ed on the New York Aqueduct, honorably discharg- 
ed Feb. 3, 1919. 

Dilmore, Lawrence, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged March 18, 1918. 



Donaldson, Ernest W., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, muster- 
ed out with company. 

Duell, Wm. K., enlisted March 20, 1918, honorably 
discharged Oct. 18, 1918. 

Dykeman, Charles, enlisted March 20, 1918, honor- 
ably discharged May 29, 1918; drafted into U. S. 
Army. 

Fenton, Charles, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 23, 1918. Killed by accident later. 

Goodsell, Harry, enlisted May 29, 1918, mustered out 
with company. 

Griswold, Oscar, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Aug. 15, 1918. 

Habberfield, Wm. H., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honor- 
ably discharged Dec. 2, 1918. 

Hansen, Harold M., enlisted June 26, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the 
company. 

Henries, Johnson R., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, honorably discharged Jan. 
30, 1919. 

Hopkins, Thomas W., enlisted Aug. 14, 1918, honor- 
ably discharged Jan. 21, 1919. 

Horton, Elmer E., enlisted Aug. 14, 1918, honorably 
discharged Oct. 18, 1918. 

Hunt, Silas F., enlisted June 10, 1918, mustered out 
with company. 

Kirkpatrick, Maxwell, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, muster- 
ed out with company. 

Knickerbocker, Max R~, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honor- 
ably discharged June 21, 1918. Enlisted in U. S. 
Naval Reserve. 

Larder, Walter, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Oct. 12, 1918. 

Ludbrooke, Hessel H., enlisted May 8, 1918, muster- 
ed out with company. 

MacCabe, Percy C, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, honorably discharged 
Jan. 11, 1919. 

McMinn, John, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Oct. 18, 1918, to be drafted into U S. ser- 
vice. 

Meaker, Herbert J., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, discharged 
March 22, 1918. 

Morse, Philip, enlisted July 3, 1918, mustered out with 
company. 

Nichols, Harold, enlisted May 22, 1918, mustered out 
with company. 

Nielsen, Emanuel, enlisted March 20, 1918, served on 
New York Aqueduct, honorably discharged Jan. 11, 
1919. 

Ousterhout, Howard C, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, served 
on the New York Aqueduct as Acting Corporal, 
mustered out with company. 

Palmer, Warner W., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged June 24, 1918. 



'Pflge One Hundred Fourteen 



Read, Leslie E., enlisted Nov. 20, 1918, mustered out 
with company. 

Richardson, ffm. B., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, mustered 
out with company. 

Roe, Howard J,, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Feb. 23, 1918. 

Russell, Earl D., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, mustered out 
with company. 

Sandeilson, Leonard, enlisted March 20, 1918, hon- 
orably discharged Oct. 9, 1918. Entered U. S. ser- 
vice at Hobart College Students' Army Training 
Corps. 

Sandusky, John L., enlisted Feb. 20, 1918, mustered 
out with company. 

Schubert, H. Arthur, enlisted, Nov. 4, 1917, acting 
Second Lieutenant until honorably discharged 
Feb. 23, 1918, to enter U. S. Aviation Service. 

Stager, Harold J., enlisted May 16, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the 
company. 

Shaw, Archie N., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably dis- 
charged Dec. 2, 1918. 



Simmons, Howard E„ enlisted May 1, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the 
company. 

Sisson, Charles B., enlisted Nov. 20, 1918, mustered 
out with the company. 

Slocum, Stanley H., enlisted Nov. 15, 1918, served on 
the New York Aqueduct, mustered out with the 
company. 

Stratton, Wm. H., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged Mar. 18, 1918. 

Tears, George R., enlisted Feb. 20, 1918, honorably 
discharged Feb. 3, 1919. 

Travis, Gilbert H., enlisted Dec. 23, 1918, mustered 
out with the company. 

Twiliger, Raymond, enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged May 29, 1918; drafted into U. S. Army. 

Waters, George G., enlisted Nov. 4, 1917, honorably 
discharged March 18, 1918. 

Whitfield, Charles Sidney, enlisted May 15, 1918, 
mustered out with the company. 




VETERAN CORPS. ARTILLERY 




Alexander Ramsey Thompson 
2nd Lieutenant. 

The Veteran Corps of Artillery, an ancient militia 
organization composed of ten lineal descendants of 
men who served in the Revolution and 1812,at the out- 
break of the World War volunteered for the anti-air 
craft defense of New York City and was authorized 
to recruit generally, and was speedily increased to 



twelve batteries with headquarters and supply com- 
panies. While technically part of the state forces its 
work was done under the advice and approval of the 
generals in command at Governors Island. It was 
armed with Krag rifles and Lewis machine guns pur- 
chased with its own funds. With the approval of the 
government it sent a Board of Officers abroad to study 
the anti-aircraft defenses in London, Paris and at 
the front. Their report was used by the Regular Army 
in the Artillery Schools. It furnished a battalion to 
the state troops guarding the New York City water 
supply. In October, 1917, its officers were transferred 
to the New York Guard and it was relieved from anti- 
aircraft duty. 

Alexander Ramsey Thompson, of Penn Yan, was an 
hereditary member of the corps and spent over a year 
on active military duty. Volunteering on April 6, 
1917, he was assigned May 12th to the Headquarters 
Company and detailed to duty at Col. Delafields' head- 
quarters. On July 12th he was promoted sergeant. 
On October 8th, 1917, he was transferred to the 9th 
Coast Artillery Corps, New York Guard, and detailed 
as sergeant to the Supply Co. On February 28, 1918, 
he was promoted 2nd Lieutenant and appointed As- 
sistant Supply Officer. On March 11th he was appoint- 
ed Regimental Historian. On March 29th, he was re- 
tired for age (64 years) but was on the same day de- 
tailed to active duty with the 9th. In the early sum- 
mer he was taken ill and ordered home for medical 
treatment. On October 3rd he was relieved from ac- 
tive duty and returned to the retired list. All these 
services were rendered without pay, allowance or ra- 
tions. 




'Page One Hundred Fifteen 



mm 










(1) William i\. Wise 

(2) John II. Johnson 

(3) Hon. A. Flag Robson 



(4) Franklin S. Sumpson 

<5> Hon. E. C. Gillett 

<«) John C. Fox 

(7) Hon. E. R. Bordivell 



<■-> John H. Median 
<!») Frank M. MoNiff 
(10) Edwin J. Walker, Jr. 



L*J 



IOC 



'Page One Hundred Sixteen 



LIBERTY LOAN BONDS 



Friday evening, May 18, 1917, a meeting was held 
in Penn Yan for the purpose of naming a committee 
to create interest in and help the sale of Liberty Loan 
Bonds, to be issued by the government of the United 
States. The following were chosen members of the 
committee: 

William N. Wise, Chairman. 

John H. Johnson 

Hon. A. Flag Robson 

Franklin S. Sampson 

Hon. E. C. Gillett 

John C. Fox 

Hon. E. R. Bordwell 

John H. Meehan 

Frank M. McNiff 

E. J. Walker, Jr. 
A subsequent meeting was held in the Village Trus- 
tees' rooms in Maiden Lane, May 22, 1917, and the 
following action was taken: 

"Moved and carried, that a committee of ten, of 
which the Chairman, W. N. Wise, should be chair- 
man, the remaining members of the committee to be 
appointed by him, proceed to canvass the community 
for the sale of bonds, beginning with the business 
men of Penn Yan, and afterwards to proceed with the 
canvass of all other possible investors." 

Later additional members were added to the com- 
mittee. Yates county was placed in the Second Fed- 
eral Reserve District, and the county was divided 
into three districts — Milo, Benton, Torrey, Jerusa- 
lem and Italy, being known as the Penn Yan district. 
The Dundee district comprised the towns of Barring- 
ton and Starkey, and the towns of Middlesex and Pot- 



ter comprised the Rushville district. The Dundee or- 
ganization was headed by Robert S. Wall, of Dundee, 
and the Rushville district by Lewis C. Williams, of 
Middlesex. 

The following are the quotas and amounts sub- 
scribed in the Penn Yan district, also for the entire 
county. Under the amount subscribed for the second 
loan in the Penn Yan district ($404,900), the Federal 
Reserve Bank in New York City failed to give credit 
to the district for subscriptions made by railroad em- 
ployees, who subscribed through their headquarters. 
While these do not appear in the Government's fig- 
ures, they actually amount to $58,450, raising the 
total subscriptions to $462,950, showing all quotas 
met and exceeded in all loans: 

QUOTAS AND AMOUNTS SUBSCRIBED IN 
PENN YAN. 

Quota Amt. Sub. 

First Loan $182,900 $182,900 

Second Loan 445,500 404,500 

Third Loan 223,700 397,300 

Fourth Loan 447,300 536,600 

Fifth Loan 335,500 426,400 

QUOTAS AND AMOUNTS SUBSCRIBED IN 
YATES COUNTY. 

Quota Amt. Sub. 

First Loan $260,700 $261,150 

Second Loan 531,700 634,200 

Third Loan 320,300 542,500 

Fourth Loan 660,600 766,450 

Fifth Loan 44-8,700 595,650 



To the credit of Yates county citi- 
zens, it should be said that the Com- 
mittee found little difficulty in dispos- 
ing of the first issue in the ten days 
allotted for the sale, and this largely 
without general or local publicity or 
any trained organization, and the quota 
assigned was quickly disposed of, 
largely within the immediate vicinity 
of Penn Yan. 

In October, 1917, the Chairman of 
the first Committee in charge of the 
sale of bonds in the First Loan, was 
notified by the Federal Reserve Bank, 
to get his committee together and aug- 
ment it with country members for the 
sale of the Second Liberty Loan. 

At a preliminary meeting, W. N. 
Wise was selected as chairman to 
head the committee for th e sale of 
this loan, and Edwin J. Walker, Jr., 
as publicity man. 

The Second Loan was ushered in with 
clever posters and other attractive 
advertising, giving general publicity 
to the loan and facilitating the work 
of the solicitors. 

The Third Loan was launched in 
March, 1918, under much the same 



conditions as prevailed in the earlier 
loans. 

In the fall of the same year came 
the launching of the Fourth Liberty 
Loan. The Government had safely 
transported many of Yates county's 
boys overseas by this time, which act- 
ed as a great incentive to the patriots 
at home to see that subscriptions 
were forthcoming to see the thing 
through. 

In the Second, Third and Fourth 
Loans, Walter B. Tower acted for the 
chairman in the capacity of campaign 
manager and did valiant work in or- 
ganizing the committee. 

Then came the Armistice. With it 
the committee felt that their labors 
were over and that the Treasury de- 
partment would need no more funds, 
and that the committee might be dis- 
banded. 

Very soon, however, the Federal Re- 
serve Bank sounded a warning to keep 
the selling organization intact as the 
Fifth or "Victory Loan" would soon 
be staged. It came; and with it a call 
for funds to "Bring the Boys Home." 
Needless to say, the county again re- 



sponded nobly and the last loan was 
over-subscribed to a considerable ex- 
tent. 

It is interesting to observe that in 
the Fifth Loan no subscriptions were 
solicited, the unique plan having been 
devolved to make it a "Subscription 
Loan", and the amount of subscrip- 
tions on the day the loan opened, 
equalled one-half the total, and the 
week before it closed, the quota was 
over-subscribed. 

In the last loan, as in all former 
loans, the committee was guided by W. 
N. Wise as chairman; and in this 
loan, E. J. Walker. Jr., acted in the 
capacity of assistant chairman; and 
William C McCuaig as Publicity man. 

The committee, insofar as the late 
records disclose, included many prom- 
inent citizens of the county, whose 
tireless efforts made it possible to suc- 
ceed against what appeared to b J 
great handicaps, as in all the loans 
bad weather and bad roads were en- 
countered, in some cases almost isolat- 
ing the country districts adjacent to 
Penn Yan. 



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(1) William ]V. Wise 

(2) Ralph W. Hoyt 

(3) Joint il. Johnson 



(4) George S. Sheppard (7) AVilliam M. Patteson 

(5) Hon. A. Flag' Kobson (S) H. C. Earli-s 

<<;> DeWitt C. Ayres (!t) Timothy Costello 



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'Page One Hundred Eighteen 



A MEMORIAL 



SOLDIERS AND SAILORS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
OF YATES COUNTY 




The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital of 
Yctes county was organizsd on February 8, 1919, at 
which time it was decided to merge the Penn Yan 
Hospital, a corporation formed in October, 1916, with 
the movement to provide a suitable memorial to Yates 
county's participants in the world war. A certificate 
giving notice of the change of name was filed on Feb- 
ruary 28th, and the change was completed on March 
10th. 

The directors named in the certificate of incor- 
poration were: 



Ralph W. Hoyt 
William N. W : .se 
Christie B. Briggs 
Eon. A. Flag- Robson 
William T. Morris 
Ernest R Bordwell 
DeWitt C. Ayres 
William M. Patteson 
Sarah M. Hollowell 
Hatley K. Armstrong- 
Theodore O. 



Cora H. Hoyt 
John H. Johnson 
Timothy Costello 
M. Francis Corcoran 
Eva S. Wise 
Louise P. Sheppard 
Sarah F. S. Armstrong 
H. C. Earles 
Harriet E. D. Smith 
Henry C. Underwood 
Hamlin 



A temporary hospital was opened in August, 1920, 
and it is hoped that sufficient funds will be secured 
during the year 1921 to insure the speedy erection 
of the new hospital building. 

Life memberships in the Hospital Association cost 
$100 each. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AS OF DEC. 1, 1920. 

Amount subscribed $151,415.65 

Amount received as follows: 

From Subscriptions $69,106.11 

From Women's Fund 3,886.16 

From Hollowell Estate 5,000.00 

From Penn Yan Hospital 5,700.00 

From Red Cross 4,000.00 

From War Chest 9,018.16 

Total Receipts $96,710.43 

Unpaid subscriptions $54,705.22 



The officers chosen were as follows: 

William N. Wise, President 
Ralph W. Hoyt, Vice-President 
John H. Johnson, Treasurer 
George S Sheppard, Secretary 
Executive Committee 

Ralph W. Hoyt 

Hon. A. Flag Robson 

DeWitt C. Ayres 

William M. Patteson 

H. C. Earles 

Timothy Costello 

William N. Wise 



The following amounts have been received from 
Interest: 

Bonds $2,068.54 

War Chest Fund 407.11 

Hollowell Fund 393.22 

Women's Fund 120.00 

On Certificate of Deposit 459.56 

On Certificate of Deposit 235.64 

Total Interest $3,684.07 





'Page One Hundred Nineteen 



FOUR-MINUTE MEN 



MILITARY INSIGNIA 



Shortly after the United States declared war with 
Germany, President Woodrow Wilson created a com- 
mittee on Public Information, under the direction of 
George Creel. As a division of this department a sec- 
tion was designated as "Four-Minute Men," with a 
chairman in each county in every state, who was di- 
rected to enlist prominent speakers to deliver verbal 
messages in theatres, motion picture houses, church- 
es and halls under his jurisdiction. 

In Yates County speeches were regularly made each 
week during the term of the war. During the Liberty 
Loan drives and campaigns for Red Cross member- 
ship and War Chest, speeches were made nightly to 
sustain interest. The committee for Yates county in- 
cluded: 

E. J. Walker, Jr., Chairman 

William C. MeCuaig 

W. Eugene DeMelt 

Hon. James M. Lown 

Spencer F. Lincoln, Esq. 

Roger E. Chapman, Esq. 

Rev. B. W. Gommenginger 

Rev. Paul B. Hoffman 

Rev. Lyford S. Boyd 

Rev. W. H. Wheatley 

Rev. Nevin D. Bartholomew 

Rev. Lewis C. Lars-en 

Harry C. Smith. Dundee 

Dr. A. T. Halstead, Rushville 



SIGNAL 




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MEDICAL 




MACHINE GTJN 
AVIATION 



ORDNANCE 



CAVALBY 



ARTILLERY 




QUARTERMASTER 




As the final pages of this book go to press on April 

I, 1921, this country is still technically at war with 
Germany. The Armistice was signed on November^ 

II, 1918, but no peace treaty has been negotiated. 




ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 



CORRECTIONS 



Our thanks are due to the men and women of Yates 
county who so kindly co-operated with us in fur- 
nishing their service records, published herein. 

We are indebted to Robert H. Graham for the list 
of men in service prior to April 6, 1917, also many 
of the enlistments, and much other valuable assist- 
ance. 

Mr. W. E. Burnell furnished photos for this publi- 
cation, copying many photos received, some of which 
were varied as to size and color, which made re-pro- 
duction difficult. However, very good results have 
been obtained. 



PAGE TWENTY 

Miss Emma L. Wilkins was made chief clerk of 
the Draft Board October 7, 1918, and served until the 
Board was retired on March 31, 1919. 

Miss Lena Grady was appointed assistant clerk 
and served from November 6 to December 15, 1918. 



June 5, 1918, those becoming of age since 
June 5, 1917 



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September 12, 1918, ages 18 to 45 years 1919 



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