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AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS ROSTER -
FAYETTE COUNTY, KENTUCKY
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UPDYKE, Mrs. Edwin B., (Blanche HALEY),
332 Spring Street.
- Edwin B. UPDYKE, Sergeant, 113th
Co, 4th Regiment, Aviation Corps.
VAN METER, Mrs. B. F., (Amelia LEWIS),
- Benjamin F. VAN METER, Major, Medical
Corps, Camp Grant.
VANCE, Mrs. J. T., (Emma GIBNEY), 454
- Charles A. VANCE, Medical Corps, Ft.
- Mary C. VANCE, Y. M. C. A., A. E. F.
VANDERPOOL, Mrs. S. G., (Mary ESTIS).
(no address given)
- William D. VANDERPOOL, Second Lieutenant,
11th Development Battalion, A. E. F.
VEAL, Mrs. D. B., (Melissa OLDHAM), 315
East High Street.
- Otto F. VEAL, Battery C, 7th F.
VOORHIES, Mrs. C. H., (Nannie BRAND),
181 North Mill Street.
- Gordon VOORHIES, Lieutenant-Colonel, 364th
Infantry, A. E. F.
WALKER, Mrs. Mona. (No address given)
- Johnson WALKER, 329th F. A., N.
A., A. E. F.
- Tom L. WALKER, Base Hospital Unit No. 40,
A. E. F.
WARREN, Mrs. D. H., 731 West High
- Forrest WARREN, 7th Trench
Mortar Battery, A. E. F.
WARREN, Mrs. W. Z., (Bertha DAVIS), 102
- William H. WARREN, Naval Aviation, A. E.
- Richard D. WARREN, U. S. Navy, Newport
WASHINGTON, Mrs. George, (Jennie
MARQUIS), 440 Clifton Avenue.
- Robert C. WASHINGTON, Medical Corps, Base
Hospital No. 5, Brest, France.
- George T. WASHINGTON, Corporal, Company H,
6th Marine Corps. Entered service
age 20 years. Killed in action, October 6, 1918, in
Argonne Forest. Was in five major battles.
WATTS, Mrs. Garrard, (Minnie B. GAY),
- David F. WATTS, Base Hospital Unit No.
WAYNE, Mrs. Ulysses, (Mary L. WILKER),
deceased. Next of kin Mrs. B. A. Thomson, 1107 Bryan Station
- Roy E. WAYNE, U. S. Navy, S. S.
Birmingham, Patrol Boat.
WEBB, Mrs. William, (Gulielna SYNDER),
- William S. WEBB, Major, F. A., Instructor
Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
WELLS, Mrs. J. G., 382 South Broadway.
- John H. WELLS, Company D, 5th
Machine Gun Battalion, A. E. F.
WELLS, Mrs. S. P., (Maggie OWENS), 371
- Emery WELLS, First Lieutenant, Engineers,
A. E. F.
WELSH, Mrs. B. J., (Sallie KING),
- William P. WELSH, First Lieutenant, 104ath
F. A., A. E. F.
- Thomas A. WELSH, First Lieutenant, First
Assistant to Chief Signal Officer, 1st Army
Corps, A. E. F.
- John B. WELSH, Corporal, 6th
Division, 62nd Infantry, A. E. F. In five
WHEAT, Mrs. Orville, (Mary E. LLOYD),
167 East Third Street.
- Orville P. WHEAT, Sergeant, Company L, 22nd
WICKLIFFE, Mrs. E. N., (Arris CHILDS),
228 Market Street.
- Edwin N. WICKLIFFE, 305 F. A., Signal
Battalion, Radio, Company A, 8th Division, A.
Wounded in action. Was in five major battles.
WIERMAN, Mrs. B. S., (Winnie BRISCOE).
R. R. No. 9.
- Benjamin WIERMAN, Marine Corps, 83rd
Company, 6th Division. Entered service May
Killed in action June 8, 1918 at Battle of Belleau Woods, Chateau Thierry Sector, age 25.
- Kendall WIERMAN, Naval Reserves, S. S.
WILSON, Mrs. B. B., (Alice HANCOCK), 145
- George H. WILSON, Lieutenant, Medical
Corps, Base Hospital Unit No. 40, A. E. F.
- Reed WILSON, Base Hospital Unit No. 40, A.
- Tilford WILSON, Second Lieutenant,
Infantry, Depot Brigade, Camp Buell.
- Benjamin D. WILSON, deferred list,
Government Research Work, Cornell University.
WILSON, Mrs. George P., (Laura NORTON),
446 Davidson Court.
- Lawrence N. WILSON, Captain, Company F, 77th
Division, A. E. F.
- George H. WILSON, Sergeant, Headquarters
Supply Company, Ordnance T. C., Camp Hancock, Georgia.
WILSON, Mrs. Ora W., (Pearl WATKINS),
938 Manchester Street.
- Raymond Allen WILSON, Sergeant, 6th
Company, 2nd battalion, 1st
Infantry, A. E. F. Entered service
April 1, 1917. Wounded
by shrapnel July 18 in the Marne offensive. Died from
wounds July 27, 1918; age 20.
WILSON, Mrs. Samuel S., (Lula McGRANAGHAN), Tates Creek Pike.
- John F. WILSON, Sergeant, Battery A, 19th
F. A., A. E. F. In five major battles. Wounded in Argonne
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Roger, (Minnie SAYRE),
- Roger WILLIAMS, Jr., Captain, 61st
Infantry, 5th Division, A. E. F. Meuse-Argonne
WILLIAMSON, Mrs. O. R. (Elizabeth D.
CARPENTER), 489 West Third Street.
- Dudley F. WILLIAMSON, U. S. Navy, S. S.
Winding Gulf, A. E. F.
WRIGHT, Mrs. William, (Lucy WEBB), 165
- James D. WRIGHT, 113th
Ammunition Train, 38th Division, A. E. F.
YARRINGTON, Mrs. J. D., (Julia RIGG).
- John A. YARRINGTON, Battery A, 81st
F. A., A. E. F.
YEARY, Mrs. Thomas, (Margaret PARISH),
R. R. No. 8.
- Stanley K. YEARY, Company M, 17th
Infantry, A. E. F.
YOUNG, Mrs. T. L., 123 Forest Avenue.
- Leving P. YOUNG, Base Hospital Unit No.
40, A. E. F.
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