WWI

(1914-1918)
WWI Memorial

THE MEMORIALIZED

Harry Leon Causland -

Company I, 357th infantry, 90th Division.

Born July 22nd, 1887.

Died Oct. 24th, 1918.

Killed in Action by machine gun bullets, at Bantheville Hill.

Meuse Argonne Defensive.

Joined Service June 22, 1918.

Is one of Pershing’s ONE HUNDRED IMMORTALS.

Was awarded D.S.C. for volunteering to carry ammunition to surrounded comrades. Succeeded in getting ammunition to them but was killed just as it was delivered.


Arthur Edven Carlson -

Appointed Second Lieutenant at Second Officers’ Training Camp at Presidio, San Francisco, November, 1917.

30th Machine Gun Corps. Took Part in St. Mihiel and Meuse Argonne actions. Killed in action near Gesnes, Sept. 30th, 1918.

Cited for gallantry in action, G.O.No.6, H.Q. 91st Division, Jan. 22, 1919.

Harry Lewis Grimes - 

Private, Medical Detachment, 128th Infantry.

Killed in action Aug. 31st, 1918, near Juvigny, France, while on the field with stretchers, gathering up the wounded.

Joined Service Mar. 22, 1918

Thomas Tell Huntly -

Private Co. B 38th Infantry, Born 1890, Died Sept. 26, 1918, at the Battle or Argonne. Was a champion sharpshooter, was killed instantly by a bullet from a German Sharpshooter.

Irving Henry Barbee -

First Class Private, Co. A, 23rd Infantry.

Born May 24th, 1889, at St. Louis County, Missouri.

Died Oct. 5, 1918, was killed in action while serving with his company in France.

Carl Harry Barbee -

Private Co. C 305th Infantry.

Born Feb. 15, 1893; Died Nov. 9, 1918;

Killed in action while on outpost duty near Autrecourt, a town near the Meuse River.

John Morris Jones -

Private Co. C, 316th Engineers; Born July 10, 1895

Died June 5th, 1919. Was wounded at the Meuse-Argonne battle on Sept. 29, 1918, by a machine gun bullet fired from an airplane. After remaining unconscious for some time he regained consciousness and followed his company a full mile into action until he was seen by his captain and sent back. 

Died as a result of the wound after he received his discharge. Received the following citation from General Johnson; "Although wounded, made heroic effort to continue fighting with his company."

Robert Frazer Warren - 

Private Co. D. 6th Battalion, 20th Engineers.

Born Mar. 22, 1892.

Died Feb. 5th, 1918.

Was drowned by the torpedoing of the Transport "TUSCANIA", off the coast of Scotland, and was buried at Kilnaughton, Scotland, Isle of Islay.

Leo Steve Bruett - 

Second Lieutenant, Q.M.C. Born Beresford, S. Dakota, June 2, 1891.

Died Camp Johnston, Florida. Oct. 17, 1918. Influenza-pneumonia. Joined the Service Dec. 12, 1917.

Nathanel Inman Hudson -

Private in Medical Corps, Aviation Field No. 2.

Born Nov. 27, 1897, at Wheatville, California.

Died Oct. 7, 1918, at Garden City, New York.

Pneumonia, contracted while performing extra duty as a volunteer. 

Earl Chester Jenkins -

U.S. Navy. Held rank of gunner on U.S.S. Georgia.

Five round trips from America to England, France to Italy.

Died of Influenza.

Born July 13, 1898. Died Oct. 13, 1918.

Frank Robinson Norvell - 

Coast Artillery Corps, 40th Co., Puget Sound.

Born Feb. 15, 1890; Died Nov. 1, 1918. Influenza, caused by overwork and exhaustion caring for others before he was himself taken sick.

Chester Arthur Munks -

Students’ Army Training Camp Corps, Pullman, Wash.

Born Nov. 18, 1890; Died Nov. 1, 1918, at Pullman Wash. 

had been in the Service only nineteen days.

Charles E. Burch - 

Entered the Army from Alaska and died from Influenza. His home was in Anacortes, but no record can be obtained except the bare fact of his death, and its cause.

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