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Artist of the sketch above was World War I era political cartoonist John T. McCutcheon, Pulitzer Prize Winner, Chicago Tribune.

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Caldwell, Harry Wounded News Jenkins, Wounded - No rank given Newspaper Account of Causalities - Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican
Capps, Ernest Wounded Slightly News Pvt., Monett, wounded slightly Newspaper Account of Causalities - Aug. 21,1919, Cassville Republican
Catron, Ed Dec. 1918 - Letter Letter From France Newspaper Account
Clanton, Jesse Clarence No Letters or News County Died: Rogers Co., OK
Cemetery: Unknown
CLANTON, Jesse Clarence
Birth: May 15, 1894
Shell Knob, Barry Co., MO
Age: 87 years, 8 mos. & 4 days
Death: Jan. 19, 1972
Claremore, Rogers Co., OK
Cause: Cardiovascular disease
Married: Velma Short
Married When & Where: May 25, 1921, Rogers County, OK
Father: Andrew Jackson "Bud" Clanton, born (prob. Crawford Co.) AR
Mother: Eliza Ellen Cottrell, born Marshfield, Webster Co., MO
Military Information: A. E. F., Co. A , 140 U.S. Inf., Private
Death Certificate Number: 01787
Resource: Military papers, Rogers Co., OK
Death Certificate, Marriage record
Research Note: Enlisted Sept. 19, 1917. Sailed for France: Apr. 25, 1918. Battles: Fecht Sector, July 20 to Sept. 1, 1918; Argonne Drive, Sept. 26 toOct. 1, 1918; St. [Mibid] Drive, Oct. 12 to Nov. 8, 1918. Discharged Nov. 30, 1918.
History Added By: Fran Black
Clarady, Ray Dec. 1917 - News Enlisted in Navy 1917 Newspaper Account
Clark, Wiley Dec. 1917 - News Wiley Clark enlisted in the Navy. 1917 Newspaper Account
Clevenger, Eugene - - Military Record
Cole, Guy Sept. 1919 - News Healthy Soldier Held in Hospital 1919 Newspaper Account
Cooper, Fred Dec. 1917 - News Died at Camp Funston, KS 1917 Newspaper Account
Cooper, John L. Died of Disease News Pvt., Cassville, listed as died of disease - Possibly John S. Cooper who died of disease in 1918? Newspaper Account of Causalities - Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican
Cooper, John S. Died of Disease News
Died of Disease News
Pvt., Cassville, died of disease Newspaper Account of Death - June 30, 1918, Cassville Republican
Courdin, Lawrence E. Died of Disease News Pvt., Purdy, died of disease Newspaper Account of Causalities - Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican
Cox, Basil Monroe No News Cox, Basil Monroe - Buried in Lawrence Co., MO in Cox Cemetery. Charlotte Spahr
Cox, Frank News Dec. 1918 News of a letter from France 1918 Newspaper Account
Crane, Oliver D. Letter Dec. 1918 Letter from Hospital, wounded in France 1918 Newspaper Account
Crawford, F. C. Letter Dec. 1918 No Other Information 1918 Newspaper Account
Crumley, William Coats Letter Published Jan 1919 Photo, Letter From France & Research Notes. Photo Added By: Alice Allen

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