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WWI: From the Press
News of Carroll County Boys & Important Local Issues

 

Transcribed and contributed by Joe Conroy.

[Coordinator's Note: Some of these transcriptions contain
language as it was written at the time and by today's
standards is not considered to be politically correct.]

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

This Page Links to Message Board Obituaries for WWI Casualties
Page One 26 July 1917
Page Two 09 August 1917
Page Three 16 August 1917
Page Four 06 September 1917
Page Five 20 September 1917
Page Six 27 September 1917 to 13 December 1917
Page Seven 20 December 1917 to 27 December 1917
Page Eight 21 February 1918
Page Nine 28 February 1918
Page Ten 07 March 1918 to 14 March 1918
Page Eleven 28 March 1918 to 25 April 1918
Page Twelve 09 May 1918 to 30 May 1918
Page Thirteen 13 June 1918 to 27 June 1918
Page Fourteen 04 July 1918 to 25 July 1918
Page Fifteen 01 August 1918 to 29 Aug 1918
Page Sixteen 26 September 1918
Page Seventeen 03 October 1918 to 24 Oct 1918
Page Eighteen 14 November 1918 to 28 November 1918
Page Nineteen 05 December 1918 to 26 December 1918
Page Twenty 02 January 1919 to 30 January 1919
Page Twenty-One 06 February 1919 to 27 March 1919

Carroll County Message Board Obituaries for WWI Casualties
     They Gave Their Lives While Serving America and Democracy

John Bartel   1889-1918

Loren Bayliss   1897-1918

Charles Berger   1888-1918

Raymond Dankle   1891-1918

Joy A. Dillavou   1893-1918

John Fischer   1887-1918

Carlton Clement Hamill   1891-1918

Edward Hansman   1894-1918

Joseph F. Happe   1894-1918

Merle David Hay   1896-1917

William F. Huegerich   1895-1918

Kathleen Kennebeck   1888-1918

Herman Knute   1899-1918

Albert Mannemann   1891-1918

John Ohlinger    1895-1918

Gurney Parker   1895-1918

Lloyd Ripley   1895-1918

James Nicholas Smith   1888-1918

Byron Van Raden   1901-1918

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