In Memorium-deceased soldiers
AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS - FAYETTE
COUNTY, KENTUCKY CHAPTER
Soldiers Who died while in World
War I Military Service
1. BEAVERS, ELMER P. -
- Company A, 17th Infantry. Died
of pneumonia, Camp Meade, July 1918
2. BLAKEMAN, FRED MARSHALL -
- Company K, 28th Infantry, 1st
Division. Killed in action, battle of Cantigny, May 28th
3. BURRIS, DON MULLIS -
- Enlisted U.S. Navy, April 1917. Died of
pneumonia, Great Lakes. Training Station, March 11, 1918;
22 years old.
4. COCHRAN, CAPTAIN GRIFFIN -
- 326th Ammunition Train, 84th
Division. Died at Tours, France, February 22, 1919.
5. CORUM, MARSHALL UNDERWOOD -
- United States Navy, lost his life when the
U.S.S. Rochester was sunk off the Irish Coast November 2,
1917; torpedoed by German submarine.
6. COX, GEORGE -
- Third Training Battalion, 159th
Depot Brigade. Died of influenza, November 17, 1919.
7. CRAIG, BUFORD G. -
- United States Navy, killed in railroad
wreck at Gail, France, October 26, 1918.
8. CUNNINGHAM, HENRY WOOD -
- Entered service April 1917, Company B, 18th
Infantry, 1st Division. Killed in action in
Argonne Forest, October 8. 1918.
9. CURTIS, EVERETT R. -
- Entered service July 1918, 20 years old;
Company C, 13th Regiment. Died at Brest,
France, of pneumonia, November 17, 1918.
10. DAVIS, ROBERT MILLER -
- Utilities Detachment, Construction
Division, Q. M. C. Died of pneumonia at Camp Taylor,
February 28, 1919.
11. EADS, LEE S. -
- 60th Infantry. Died of wounds
received in battle of St. Mihiel Offensive; awarded
Distinguished Service Cross.
12. EALES, JOHNSON CLAY -
- U.S. Navy; lost on U. S .S. Cyclops, March
13. ELLETT, ANDREW LOUIS -
- 165th Regiment, Company E,
Rainbow Division. Killed in action in Argonne Forest,
October 14, 1919; awarded Distinguish Service Cross and
Legion of Honor.
14. GAUGH, CLARENCE R. -
- Company I, 5th Provisional
Battalion. Died of influenza, Camp Benjamin Harrison,
October 11, 1918.
15. GILROY, BERNARD J. -
- Company K, 9th Infantry. Killed
in action, battle of Soissons, July 18, 1918.
16. GOODPASTER, ROBERT ALLEN -
- 32nd Company, 8th
Battalion, 159 Depot Brigade. Died of pneumonia. Base
Hospital, Camp Taylor.
17. HOBBS, JOSEPH C. -
- First Lieutenant, 173d Supply Train. Died
of pneumonia at Base Hospital in France, 1918.
18. HOOVER, CHARLES THOMAS -
- U.S. Navy; died of pneumonia, Great Lakes
Training Station, September 1919.
19. MARTIN, LOUIS -
- Died of pneumonia, Base Hospital, France,
20. MATTINGLY, ALEXANDER FRANKLIN
- Died of pneumonia February 25, 1919, at
Great Lakes Training Station, aged 18.
21. McCLANAHAN, CARY REXALL -
- Entered U.S. Navy July 1918, not quite 17
years old. Died of pneumonia Great Lakes Training
Station, December 23, 1918.
22. McCLINTOCK, ALEXANDER -
- First Lieutenant, Infantry. Died in New
York City, June 28, 1918. Distinguished Conduct Medal.
23. MOORES, HERMAN GREY -
- Enlisted in U. S. Navy in 1917; lost with
U. S. Collier Cyclops, March 1918.
24. PENNINGTON, GEORGE A. -
- Entered service 1917, 18 years old;
Company K, 165th Infantry. Killed in action
Argonne Forest, October 14, 1918.
25. POWELL, JAMES H. -
- Company C, 149th Regiment.
Killed in action, Argonne Forest, October 1918.
26. PULLIAM, HAROLD A. -
- Ensign; entered U.S. Navy, April 1917.
Died in line of duty in accident at Hampden Roads, April
27. ROCKETT, STERLING -
- S. A. T. C. Cincinnati; died of pneumonia
October 28, 1918. Twenty-one years old.
28. ROGERS, CAPTAIN GEORGE CLARK
- 81st, F. A., A. E. F. Died of
pneumonia at American Red Cross Hospital, at Liverpool,
England, November 13, 1918.
29. SHARP, LIGHTBURN P. -
- Died of influenza October 6, 1918 at Camp
30. SLUSHER, ONZA -
- Entered U.S. Navy in June 1918, nineteen
years old. Died at Boston, Mass, of pneumonia, June 1919.
31. STALEY, JOHN E. -
- Medical Detachment, 318th Field
Remount Squad. Died of pneumonia at hospital at France.
(No date of death given)
32. STONE, ENOCH -
- Entered Naval Reserve May 3, 1918, sixteen
years old. Died of influenza on troop ship Agamemon,
October 3, 1918, on sixth return from France.
33. STRAYER, MAURICE KIRBY -
- Entered U. S. Navy, December, 1917. Died
of pneumonia January 1, 1918.
34. TILTON, MORTON -
- U.S. Navy; died of pneumonia at Great
Lakes Training Station in 1918.
35. TRIPP, CHARLES B. -
- Battalion A, 322d Field Artillery. Was in
battle of Verdun and Meuse-Argonne offensive and died at
Lexington, February 24, 1920, as result of having been
gassed several times while Serving with 83d Division.
36. WASHINGTON, CORPORAL GEORGE T.
- Company H, 6th Marine Corps.
Killed in action in Argonne Forest on October 6, 1918.
Twenty years old.
37. WIERMAN, BENJAMIN -
- Entered service May 1917, 83d Company, 6th
Division. Killed in action in Belleau Woods, June 8,
38. WILSON, SERGEANT RAYMOND ALLEN
- Entered service April 1917, 6th
Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st
Regiment. Wounded in Marne offensive July 18, 1918. Died
from wounds, July 24, 1918.
"They bravely laid down
their lives for the cause of their county."
"Their souls shall be where
the heroes are.
And their memory shine like the
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