World War 1 Memorial in Harrisburg Community
Red Cross Nurses
Joe Adams, Pvt. U. S. Army Quarter
Carl N. Allen, Co. E., transferred to 12st Inf, 11th Machine Gun Co., accidentlly shot himself at home while in service.
Edwin Whitaker Allen, Capt. 325th Ambulance Company, 82nd Div.
Henry Dawson Allen, 1st Lieut. Medical Reserve Corps
Robert Alonzo Allen
Theophilus Powell Allen, 2nd Lieut. Coast Artillery
Dr. W H. Allen
William L. Allen, 5th Bat., 19th Co, 157th Depot Brigade Inf.
Andrew Franklin Avery
Tom Watson Avery
Clifton Babb, (Mexican Border) U. S. Army 328th Infantry, 82nd Division
Charlie Badger Pvt. U.S. Army
Frederick D. Badger, Pvt, U. S. Army, 2 Infantry Repl Regt
Joseph S. Badger Pfc, U. S. Army, 31 Co. Trans Corps
Robert Barnhart Ga., Pvt., Co B, 403 Res Labor BN QMC
Robert A. Bass PFC, U. S. Army, Co. B 221st M.G. Bn.
Roy Hilsman Bass, Sgt. U.S. Army
Marvin Bateman, Pvt. U. S. Navy, 5th Naval
Lonnie L. Beck Pvt. U. S. Army, Medical Dept.
William Beck, U. S. Army, Rainbow Div. Machine Gun Co., wounded in action
Edward Harris Bell Pfc. U. S. Army. Co. B, 313 SVC BN QMC
Julius Furman Bell 1st Lt. Co., U. S. Army, L. 528 Inf. 82 Div SS-PH
Robert M. Benford Pvt. U. S. Army, 2 Co. 164 Depot Brig.
Issac M. Berry U.S. Army Co. C, 1st Replacement Regiment
James H. Berry Ga. Bugler, U. S. Army Co.D. 403 Res., Labor Bn. QMC
William Pearson Berry, U. S. Army. 4th Training Co. 1st Officers Trng Camp
B. W. Binford
Frank Binford, Lieut., 61st U. S. Infantry
John E. Binford
Thomas A. Blackwell Tec 5 U.S. Army
Walker M. Blackwell Medical Dept
Russell Bone, U. S. Army, Quartermaster
Arthur E. Bonner, Pvt. U.S. Army Base Hospital
Darwin V. Brake Ga. E1 U.S. Navy
Hugh Percival Brannen PVT 180 Co. 15 Regt USMC
Howard V. Brothers West Virginia CPL 8, Co.158, Depot Brig.
Eddie A. Brown Pvt. U. S. Army,Co.F. 121st Inf. 42nd Div.
Charlie Brown Georgia CPL U.S. Army
Elbert Brown Georgia Pvt. 314 Service Battalion
Emmett Brown, U. S. Army
Frank Pomeroy Brown Pvt. U. S. Army, 157 Depot Brig.
Lloyd Brown, Lieut. 61st U. S. Infantry
Robert Parham Brown U. S. Army SSgt Sup. Co. 350 Inf.
Whit Brown Pvt U.S. Army
Jesse Newton Bryant PFC U.S. Army, Disabled Amer. Veteran
Charlie Burney U. S. Army
Edward A. Burkhalter 1st Lt U.S. Army
Bonner Butts Pvt US Army
Isaac Butts Pvt. U. S. Army, Demob Center
Edwin Croley Byington SGT US Army
George S. Carpenter, Sgt. Maj., 31st Div., Judge Advocates Office Div. Hdq's 83rd, 2nd Depot Div.; 91st Div,; American Embarkation Area, Hq. 91st Div., A. E. F. A.
George W. Carr
Willie C. Chapman . Pvt. Co. C 403 Labor BN
Eugene Clark PVT US Army
Malcolm Dexter Clayton, Lieut. U. S. Army Base Hospital Unit 112, Debarkation Hospital No 5, General Hospital No. 30
Clarence Clemonts PFC, US Army
William T. Collier U. S. Army
Julian Gilmore Cox, US Army, Machine Gun Artillery, Rainbow Division
Henry Grady Crouch Pvt U.S. Army
Curtis Claude Crowther PFC U.S. Army
Charlie Moses Cummings U.S. Army.
Jim Daniels U. S. Army
Oscar Daniels U. S. Army
Hunter Davis Pvt 345 Labor Bn QMC
Sidney Davis Pvt 406 Res. Labor Bn. QMC
William F. Digby New York, PFC HQ C. 345 Infantry
Cooper Dismukes U. S. Army, France 1918
Joseph Robert Dokes Pvt. Co C., 2nd Replacement Division Development BN
Willie Ralph Dunham Pvt 1Cl 103 Inf 26 Div
Paul S. Durden Pvt 26 Artillery CAC.
Charlie F. Dysart Pvt., 358 Inf., 90 Div
Paul E. Ealy Pvt 810 Pioneer Infantry 4
Frank Fite Echols 2nd Lieut, 64 Inf., 7 Div.
Richard Edwards U. S. Army
William A. Ellison MD Public Health Service U.S.
Howard Burt Ennis AEF 1st Lt. Co. E. 121st Inf 31st Div.
Howard B Ennis Capt Reg 121 Inf Co I - National Guard Birth date14 Nov 1893
Lee M. Ennis Ga. Private, 157 Depot Brig.
Luther Dawkins Ennis Pvt. U.S.Army
Carlton Oliver Etheridge, Co. C, 161 Regt; 306 Reg., Co. F., 206 Inf., A. E. F.
Jerry Toole Farrell, Sgt. 151st Machine Gun Battalion, 42 Div
Ned Favors , Pvt. 46 Co., 157 Depot Brig.
David Ferguson Commander, Medical Corps, US Navy
Arthur Foster U. S. Army
Samuel Foster New York, Sgt, USMA DET Cavalry
Frank Fraley PFC 807 CO Trans Corps
Ed Frazier Pvt 325 AMB Co 52 Div.
Robert L. Garland Ga. Cpl. 243 PW Escort Co. ASC
Major Surgeon James Isaac Garrard
Fred Geeder 1 Pvt U.S. Army
Julius M. Gibson Ga. Pfc. Co. B 402 Res Labor Bn. QMC
Sol F. Giles, Pvt. U. S. Army 361 Inf., 91 Div.
Farris W. Gilman, (Mexican Border) Pvt. U.S. Army, 151st Machine Gun Battalion, 42 Div Purple Heart
Alonzo Rudolph Gladdin, 2nd regt, Co. 4, U. S. Naval Station
William Andrew Gorley, U. S. Army
Eugene R. Grantling Pvt 314 Service Bn. QMC
Tom Green Pvt Co. B., 316 SVC BN QMC
Hope Green U. S. Army
Carl Otis Greene Pvt. U.S. Army
Tommie Grizzle Pvt 4 Co 2 Development Bn.
Frank Haddock, Jr.
Ashley Bernard Haight Lt. Colonel U.S. Army
James Fred Hall, Dental Reserve Corps, Field Artillery 319th (Heavy)
Sherman Hall Pvt US Army
Tom Watson Hall Pvt. Btry. C 53 Artillery CAC
William Lyman Hall. Medical Corps, 82nd Division
Esco Hayes U. S. Army
Roy Lamar "Bud" Hancock, Sgt U. S. Army, 163 Inf., 41 Div.
Fermor R. Hargrove Capt. U.S. Army Res. ;Fermor R Hargrove 1 Lt 121 Inf Co I - Milledgeville, National Guard
George Harper , Cpl. Co. B., 310 Service Bn QMC
Scott Harper Michigan, Pvt., 7CO MID MG TNG Center
Lucky Harris PVT U.S. Army
Willie Harris U. S. Army
Benjamin Edward Harrison LCDR USNR
Willie Hawkins Pvt U. S. Army ENGINEERS
Esco Hayes Pvt U S Army CO B514 SVC BN; ENGR CORPS
Walter Allen Hemphill, Pfc U.S. Army, 1st Div. Field Hospital
Alvin E. Herman 1 PVT Engineers
Mybo Hicks, Pvt. U. S. Army 370 Inf. Co. K
James P. Hogan SGT U. S. ArmyCo. F, 49th Inf
John H. Holloway 2 Lt U. S. Army 179 121 Inf Co I
Joe Hood Pvt U. S. ArmyCo. C 315 Svc Bn QMC
Edmund R. Hooten Pvt. U. S. Army 157 Depot Brigade
Leo Hornsby, Seaman, U. S. Navy, Navy Sub-Chaser
Thomas Horton, Pri, Secret Service, U. S. Army; Navy
Thomas Howard Huff Private US Army
William Frank Humbert 2nd Lt. Infantry
Tom W. Ingram Pvt U S Army 1 RES TNG BN
James Wray Ivey, U S Army Quartermaster Corps; Unit 12
John West Ivey Pvt. U S Army 129 Inf. 33 Div
Edward Jackson Pfc U S Army 429 Res Labor Bn
Ernest W. Jackson Pvt. U.S. Army
Evelyn M. Jarvis Pvt U S Army Co D 1 Development Bn
Edward E. Johnson Pvt U S Army 517 Engrs
Frank Jenkins Johnson, Sgt. U S Army Co. C. 49th Inf., 31st Div.
George Michael Johnson Sgt, Farrier U.S. Army
Edward E. Johnson Pvt U S Army 517 Engrs
Mike D. Johnson (Mexican Border), Pvt., U. S. Army, 121st Inf., 31st Div.
Virgil A. Johnson. Pvt., U. S. Army, Army of Occupation, Germany, wounded twice
Herty Jones Pvt. U.S. Army
William O'Daniel Jones, 1st Lieut., Sanitary Inspector, U. S. Army, Base Hospital No. 24, Mobile Hospital No.12
Clyde E. Keeler Pvt. U S Army Inf. Maj. Inf.ORC.
J. B. Kelsey Pvt U S Army 304 Service Bn QMC
Preston Killings U. S. Army
Campbell Thomas King VA 1st Lt., U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
James Jim King PVT Co B 548 Engineers.
Murray King 2nd Lieut. U. S. Army Vet. Corps, Camp Gordon
Lucius B. Lamar Pvt. U. S. Army QMC
Roland H. Lawrence Pvt. U. S. Army Quartermaster Corps.
William Featherstone Little Layfield. (Mexican border) Pvt. U. S. Army Co. E., Dixie Div, Co K, Dixie Div.
Furman F. Lee "Gave his life for his country."
Joe Lee Ga. PFC U. S. Army548 Engineers
John Henry Lee Pvt US Army
Louie Lee Pvt, U. S. Army157 Depot Brigade
William Robert Lee Pvt U. S. Army 2nd Arsenal Co.
O. Benion Leveritt Pvt., U. S. Army 162 Inf., 41 Div.
David Marion Lewis PFC U.S. Army
Lovick Pierce Lingo, Lieut, 328th Inf, US Army
Henry T. Lingould, Co. C., Regular Army 121st Inf.
James Franklin Little Pvt. U. S. Army 327th Inf., 82 Div.
Young Allen Little, Maj. U. S. Army Reg.. Surg. 321st Field Artillery, 82nd Dv.
Tatnall Marion Lofton Cp., US Army
Robert L. Logue Pvt. U. S. ArmyCo. L, 6 Inf. Regt.
Jerry Greene Lowe 2nd. Lt. U.S. Army, Co. A, 151st Machine Gun Battalion, Rainbow/42nd Division.
Louis Augustus Loyd 1st Sgt U. S. Army327 Labor Bn. QMC
Will Manson Sgt. U. S. Army 342 Labor BN QMC
Albert Gordon Martin Pvt., U. S. Army 328 Inf. 82 Div.
Joseph W. Martin
John Michael Matoushon
Homer Gaston Medlin
Jimmie J. McCoy Ga Pvt Infantry
Lee Robert McCoy Georgia PFC Base Hospital 91
George Ellsworth McWhorter, Pvt., U. S. Army, Signal Corps
Homer G. Medlin Pvt 7th Co 157 Depot Brigade
Charlie C. Miller Pvt. U.S. Army
James M. Matthew Mitchell Pfc. U.S. Army
George Heindel Mobley, Corp, 54th Div. Coast Artillery, on the wrecked "Otranto" but spared
Berry F. Montgomery Ga. Pvt. 327 Labor BN
Emmett Moran Georgia Mus. 2CI. 121 Inf 31 Div
Wesley Urquhart Moran Col. AGC USAR
Charles S. Morris Fld. Clk. Adj. Gen. Dept.
Silas Morris Georgia Pvt U.S. Army
Wm. Singleton Morris Serg. Co. F. 38th Inf.
Anthony Moses Pfc US Army
Joseph Francis Muldrow Col. U.S. Army
Henry Myles Pvt US Army
Leroy D. Napier Pvt. U.S. Army
Lonnie B. Newton Georgia, Pvt. 19 Co., 157 Depot Brigade
John Parker Overman Pvt Co E 2 Regt Inf Ga NC
Lewis Owen Pvt Co A 315 Svc Bn QMC
Wingfield Parks PFC U.S. Army
Ambrose Hutchinson Paschal Cpl. U. S. ArmyCo G., 307 Infantry
John Courtney Pennington PVT US Army
Dr. J. K. Pettis
William Cash Pitt Alabama, Pvt U.S. Army
Thedore Ennis Posey, Pvt., U. S. Army Co. H., 6th Inf, Replacement Div.
Homer A. Proctor U. S. Army Pfc Co. I 37 Inf.
Genie Putnam PVT, US Army
James J. Quinn US Army. Died on the battlefield of France.
Dewitt T. Raley PFC U. S. Army MG Co 329 Infantry
Joseph Reeves PFC U.S. Army
Martin Jason Reid. Pvt. U. S. Army
Felton Rice CPHM US Navy
Jim Rice Pvt U. S. Army 1 Co 2 Development Bn.
Albert Oliver Richardson U.S. Army
Robert "Bob" Lee Roberson, U. S. Army, died Brest, France. Memorial tree planted for him at Black Springs School in 1920
Wyatt A. Roberson U.S. Army
Clem C. Roberts 2nd Lt. U. S. Army, 151st M.G. BN, Rainbow Div
Leonard Russell Pvt U.S. Army
Julius Owens Sallee Col. U. S. Army 89th Div. Engineers
James M. Salter Cpl. U. S. Army 115 Infantry, 29 Div.
Claude Sams PFC U. S. Army, 342 Serv. Bn. QMC
Harrison Sanders South Carolina, Pvt. U.S. Army
Joseph Sanford PFC U. S. Army, Co A, 430 Res Labor Bn QMC
Tom Sanford Pvt. US Army
Willie Sanford PVT US Army
William R. Sauls Sgt U. S. Army Quartermaster Corps
Homer Sapp U. S. Army
Johnnie W. Sapp U. S. Army
Earnest Boling Say, 1st Lieut., U. S. Army, Camp Hospital No. 70, Evacuation Hosp. No. 12, Neus, Germany
Wilbur Moate Scott
Sol H. Screen Cook U. S. Army 431 Service Bn QMC
John Durham Sherrill Pvt., U.S. Army
Preston Simpson U. S. Army
Tom Leathon Simpson, Sgt, U. S. Army, Siberia 1918
Clem Simmons Georgia PVT U.S. Army
Kenneth Skinner U. S. Army, Rainbow Division
Roy Smallwood. Pvt., U. S. Army, Quartermaster, Dept. 1st Provisonal Div.
Charles W. Smith Pvt. U.S. Army
Ed Smith U. S. Army
Ellijay Lewis Smith
John Roger Smith PVT US Army
Thomas Smith U. S. Army
John J. Speights
Stephen Spikes, Cook, U.S. Army
Josh Steele Ga., Pvt., Co A, 342 SVC BN QMC
Rensalier C. Stearns Pvt U.S. Army
Roger Walton Stembridge Lt. Col. US Army Distingquished Service Cros-Purple Heart
Isaac Stevens PFC US ARMY
Oscar James Stevens Pvt U.S. Army
James H. Stripling PFC U.S. Army
Ermest Chester Switzer, Pvt. U. S. Navy, assgn. to U. S. S. Wyoming
Arthur V. Taylor Pvt. U.S. Army
John Thomas Terry PVT STU Army TNG Corps
Lawrence E Todd SGT U. S. Army 51 CO 157 DEP BRIG
Richard Toombs Pvt U. S. Army 315 Service BN QMC
Charlie Torrance Pvt US Army
Illinois Trawick COOK US ARMY
E. Cleveland Trice, Pvt, US Army, Remount Station Quarter-Master
Elmer D. Tuggle Cook U. S. Army 7 Co 157 Depot Brig
Seaborn "Clem" Underwood. Pvt. U.S. Army, 151st Machine Gun Battalion, 42 Div
Rev. Fleming DuBignon Vaughan U. S. Army, died Camp Taylor, Louisville, KY 1918
Fred Oland Vaughan, U. S. Army
Henry Veal Pvt U.S. Army
Fred L. Vinson U. S. Army, 90 Aero Squadron, 7th Field Artillery
Captain Morris Vinson, Inland Traffic Service, District of Columbia. Gave his life in service to his country.
Wilbur Vinson. Lieut. 61st U. S. Infantry
Marion Waller Pvt Co. C 403 Res Labor Bn QMC
Christopher Warren , Pvt., U. S. Army 514 Engrs
Freeman Shepard Watson Pvt U. S. Army 25 Mil Police Bn.
Norman A. Weathers Pvt U.S. Army
John Henry Webster Pvt. US Army
Bennie Jackson Wells PFC U. S. Army 106 Engineers
Albert Whitaker U. S. Army
Edward Williams Pvt., U. S. Army 153 Depot Brig.
John T. Williams Pvt. US Army
Scott Williams PVT 157 Depot Brigade.
Horace W. Wilson, Pvt. U. S. Army, Plumber, Artisan's Dept.
James F. Wilson PFC, 2nd Inf., GA/NC
Stanley W. Wilson PFC U.S. Army
Dawson Wood (Mexican Border) Pvt Cook 121 Inf. 31 Div.
Joseph Woodson Wood.died of pneumonia Oct. 5, 1918 in France
Clarence I. Woodall Pvt. U.S. Army, Rainbow Division
Henry Stewart Wootten 1st Lt. U. S. Army Co. K 325 Inf. Regt
Edmund Wright, Capt. U. S. Army
Frederick Paul Wright Co.E, 2nd Inf. Ga National Guard
Charles A. Young PVT U. S. Army 304 Labor BN QMC
Cornelius Youngblood U.S. Army
Walter Little Zachry
Emma Long, Maru Lou Huff - Camp Ft. Sam Houston
Ruby Edwards - Camp Carlyle Penn
Myrtle May - Hattiesburg, MIss
Nan Walters - a camp in Louisiana
Roberta Johnson - Fort McPherson
Mrs. Sid Jones, Eula Bailey in charge to nurse training school at State Sanitarium
Sources: Friends of Baldwin County Cemeteres, Inc.; Union Recorder, pg 7, April 8, 1919; Union Recorder, pg 2, June 17, 1919
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