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Lancaster Co., Nebraska

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274a - PVT. GLEN C. MOOMAW 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Sidney, Iowa, Jan. 21, 1893. Son of Katherine and W. H. Moomaw. Entered the service April 25, 1918. Co. C, 316th Field Signal Battalion. In action at Argonne Forest and Ypres. Practically all service in Belgium. 

274b - PVT. ALBERT F. MOORE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born McCook, Neb., Jan. 4, 1900. Son of Rosa and Albert Moore. Entered the service July 14, 1917. Co. B, 36th Infantry. Special duty on Transport Covington. 

274c - CORP. FRED L. MOORE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Clyde, Kan., May 25, 1882. Son of Lillie and Benjamin Moore. Entered the service July 22, 1918. Headquarters Co., 20th Infantry, 10th Division. Served in 19th Recruit Co., Fort Logan, Colo., also Camp Funston and Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Discharged Feb., 1919. 

274d - PVT. WALTER T. MOORE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Clyde, Kan., Sept. 10, 1886. Son of Lillie Moore. Married. Entered the service July 20, 1918. Bakery, 84th Division. Trained at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Sailed for France Sept. 4, 1918. Service in France. 

274e - COOK GEORGE E. MOORE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Omaha, Neb., April 25, 1894. Son of Minnie and John Moore. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Headquarters Co., 314th Sanitary Train. Overseas service. With Army of Occupation. 

274f - PVT. CARL N. MOREHEAD
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Trenton, Mo., July 22, 1901. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morehead. Entered the service May 13, 1918. Coast Artillery Corps. Served in France from Oct. 1, 1918 to Jan., 1919. 

274g - SERGT. OTTO F. MORELAND 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Trenton, Mo., April 17, 1892. Son of Clara and William Moreland. Married. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Medical Department. General Hospital No. 25. 

274h - PVT. CLARIS B. MOREY
COLLEGE VIEW, NEB. Born Miller, Neb., Sept. 17, 1894. Son of Adda and Byron J. Morey. Entered the service March 25, 1918. Base Hospital No. 49. Student of State University. 


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275a - THOMAS L. MORGAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Fullerton, Neb., Aug. 11, 1895. Son of Martha and Loring W. Morgan. Entered the service May 20, 1918. Coxswain, Hospital Corps, Co. 12, Naval Training Station, San Francisco, Calif. 

275b - CORP. HARRY L. MORRIS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Kenney, Ill., June 13, 1897. Son of Linnie and Homer D. Morris. Entered the service June 13, 1918. 508th Motor Transport Corps. Stationed at Brest, France. 

275c - PVT. DONALD O. MORROW
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Pleasantville, Iowa, Nov. 2, 1892. Son of W. B. Morrow. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Infantry. Camp Funston, Kan. 

275d -* PVT. ROY E. MORSE
PANAMA, NEB. Born Panama, Neb., June 10, 1891. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Morse. Entered the service June 24, 1918. 11th Ammunition Train, LaFayette Division. Trained at Camp Funston. Died at Camp Meade, Md., Oct. 2, 1918, of pneumonia.

275e - PVT. WILLIAM P. MORSEY
RAYMOND, NEB. Born Raymond, Neb., Nov. 22, 1895. Son of Mary and George Morsey. Entered the service May 6, 1917. Co. H, 350th Infantry. Overseas service. With Army of Occupation. 

275f - PVT. AVERY A. MORTON
BETHANY, NEB. Born St. Lawrence, S. D., Nov. 27, 1892. Son of Mattie and Levi Morton. Entered the service June, 1918. U. S. Marine Corps. Trained at Paris Island, S. C. Sent to Santo Domingo. 

275g - YEOMAN VIRGIL J. MORTON
CHENEY, NEB. Born Cheney, Neb., Aug. 2, 1893. Son of Lucinda and Lewis A. Morton. Entered the service Dec. 10, 1917. Radio. Great Lakes Naval Training Station. 

275h - PVT. WILLIAM R. MORTON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Ellsworth, Wis., Jan. 3, 1899. Son of Lena and Tony Morton. Married. Entered the service April 7, 1917. Balloon School, Fort Omaha, Neb. Transferred to Norfolk, Va. Discharged Sept., 1917. 


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276a - JAMES A. MORTENSEN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Colorado City, Colo., March 28, 1894. Son of Marie and James Mortensen. Entered the service Aug., 1917. Steward, Merchant Marines. Made five trips across on U. S. Transports Tiger, Baltic and Fatherland. One trip to South America on Kentra. 

276b - PVT. OWEN MORTENSEN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 14, 1892. Son of Caroline and Robert Mortensen. Married. Entered the service Aug. 30, 1918. Co. 17, 163rd Depot Brigade, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 

276c - PVT. WEAVER J. MORTENSEN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Valparaiso, Neb., Nov. 2, 1891. Married. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Sailed for France June, 1918. Wounded at St. Mihiel. Stationed at Central Records Office at Bourges, France. 

276d - PVT. KENNETH MORTLOCK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Ceresco, Neb., Jan. 3, 1897. Son of Sue and Charles Mortlock. Entered the service May 31, 1917. Co. G. 42nd Infantry. Presidio, Calif., Salt Lake, Utah, Camp Dodge, Iowa. On guard duty in N. Y. 

276e - CORP. GLEN H. MOSELEY 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 16, 1891. Son of Virginia and Daniel Moseley. Entered the service Dec. 13, 1917. Air Service Instruction, 484th Aero Squadron. Cited for bravery at St. Mihiel by 1st Army, also with 2nd Army before Armistice was signed. 

276f - CORP. J. REGINALD MOSELEY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Etawah County, Ala., May 16, 1890. Son of Alice and John T. Moseley. Entered the service Oct. 7, 1917. Battery E, 14th Field Artillery. In training at Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. Stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Service in School of Fire. 

276g - PVT. R. FRED MOSELEY 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Etawah County, Ala., Dec. 2, 1892. Son of Alice and John T. Moseley. Entered the service Oct. 1, 1918. Section A, Students Army Training Corps. Wesleyan College, Cameron, Mo. 

276h - SERGT. MAX MOZER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Russia, Oct. 21, 1888. Son of Lagga and M. L. Mozer. Entered the service Aug. 31, 1918. Medical Department, Base Hospital, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 


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277a - PVT. VANCE MULLOWNEY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Albion, Neb., Jan. 19, 1899. Son of Mattie and Edmond H. Mullowney. Entered the service Oct. 1, 1918. Signal Corps, Students Army Training Corps, Section B, University of Nebraska. 

277b - PVT. DE FOREST MUNSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 20, 1894. Son of Mr. N. Munson. Entered the service April 25, 1918. Co. A, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. Wounded at St. Mihiel Sept. 12, 1918. Served with Army of Occupation. 

277c - PVT. LE ROY MUNSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 23, 1898. Son of Mr. N. Munson. Entered the service Oct. 16, 1918. Aviation. Kelly Field, Tex. 

277d - SERGT. EDWARD MUNSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Malmo, Neb., Oct. 23, 1889. Wife, Bestal. Entered the service Dec., 1917. Medical Department, Hospital Train. Service in United States. 

277e - PVT. MUNS I. MUNSON
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Norway, Sept. 31, 1888. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Co. E, 59th Infantry, Camp Cody. Sailed for France June, 1918. 

277f - * SEAMAN LEO B. MURPHY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 19, 1892. Son of Elizabeth and Daniel Murphy. Entered the service May 1, 1917. Trained at Great Lakes, Ill. Assigned to Transport George Washington. Killed on first trip, Sept. 17, 1917. First man killed in action from Nebraska. 

277g - EARL D. MURPHY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., March 12, 1895. Son of Elizabeth and Daniel Murphy. Entered the service Dec. 15, 1918. Quartermaster Department. Stationed in Naval Aviation Department in Ireland. 

277h - PVT. WILLIAM J. MURPHY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Atchison, Kan., June 12, 1884, Son of Elizabeth and Daniel Murphy. Entered the service June 15, 1918. Engineers. Active transportation service between Germany and Brest, France. 


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278a - CORP. RENSSELAER MURDOCK
RAYMOND, NEB. Born Raymond, Neb., Aug. 19, 1897. Son of Kate and Hiram Murdock. Entered the service March 4, 1918. Battery C, 36th Coast Artillery Corps, 41st Brigade. Fort Barrancas, Fla., Camp Eustis, Va. , Fort Monroe and Camp Stewart. 

278b - PVT. BENJAMIN MUNTZ
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Boiling Spring, Pa., Dec. 18, 1887. Son of Elizabeth and Elias Muntz. Entered the service Aug. 27, 1918. Depot Brigade, Camp Funston, Kan. 

278c - PVT. VELCY R. MURPHEY 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Maryville, Mo., Dec. 5, 1895. Son of Jennie and Frank Murphey. Entered the service Sept, 6, 1918. Co. E, 43rd Infantry, Camp Grant, Ill. Transferred to Camp Logan, Tex. 

278d - PVT. PENDLETON W. MURRAY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 17, 1893. Son of Sarah and Pendleton Murray, Sr. Entered the service Aug. 23,1918. Medical Detachment No. 816, Pioneer Infantry. Service in France. 

278e - PVT. AUSTIN C. MYERS 
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1900. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Myers. Entered the service Sept. 17, 1917. In action at LaChappelle, Metz, Toul and St. Mihiel with Co. G, 61st Infantry, 5th Division. Gassed and wounded at Metz. 

278f - SERGT. JOHN L. MYERS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Akron, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1889. Son of Eva and William Myers. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Medical Officers' Training Corps, Fort Riley. Assigned to General Hospital No. 29 at Fort Snelling. 

278g - SERGT. ROBERT C. MYERS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 11, 1892. Son of Emma and James Myers. Married. Entered the service June 10, 1915. Medical Department, 4th Nebraska Infantry. On Mexican Border in 1915. Discharged May 4, 1917. 

278h - PVT. H. H. J. NANNEN
HALLAM, NEB. Born Hallam, Neb., 1898. Son of Sadona and George Nannen. Entered the service Aug. 1, 1918. Co. A, 2nd A. A. P., Coast Artillery Corps, Fort McArthur, Calif. 


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279a - PVT. GEORGE H. NEAL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Crete, Neb., April 23. 1896. Son of Ida and John Neal. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Medical Department. Overseas service. In action at Chateau Thierry and St. Mihiel. With Army of Occupation. 

279b - ALBERT B. NEBELSICK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Owensville, Mo., June 26, 1891. Son of Katherine and Henry Nebelsick. Entered the service Feb. 8, 1918. Electrician, 1st Class Radio. Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Transferred to Navy Department, Washington, D. C. 

279c - CORP. EDWARD E. NEFF
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 19, 1894. Son of Lena and J. M. Neff. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Infantry. Sailed for France June, 1918. 

279d - PVT. CHARLES C. NEFSKY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 12, 1889. Son of Bella and David Nefsky. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Medical Department, 314th Supply Train, Camp Funston. Service in France and Germany, with 89th Division. 

279e - PVT. JOHN NEIDERHAUS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Russia, Dec. 27, 1895. Son of Katherine and Jacob Neiderhaus. Entered the service April 2, 1918. Co. A, 314th Engineers, Camp Funston, Kan. Active service overseas. 

279f - SERGT. W. J. NEILSEN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 11, 1897. Son of Julius Neilsen. Volunteered April 28, 1917. 2nd Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Coast Artillery Corps. Headquarters and Supply Co. 

279g - PVT. FRANK NEITZEL
VALPARAISO, NEB. Born Saunders County, Neb., June 12, 1894. Son of Augusta and Frank Neitzel. Entered the service Sept. 6, 1918. 386th Motor Transport Corps, Camp McArthur, Tex. 

279h - PVT. EDWARD NELSON 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Denmark, Aug., 1889. Entered the service April 25, 1918. Co. G, 455th Infantry, 89th Division. 


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280a - CARL E. NELSON 
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Havelock, Neb., Dec. 5, 1894. Son of Anna and Nels Nelson. Entered the service April 17, 1917. Boilermaker on U. S. S. Dixie. Trained at Puget Sound. 

280b - * PVT. JOHN B. NELSON
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Havelock, Neb., Sept. 4, 1893. Son of Anna and Nels Nelson. Entered the service May 27, 1918. Military Police. Trained at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Died Oct. 12, 1918, of pneumonia. 

280c - SEAMAN NELS B. NELSON 
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Havelock, Neb., Nov. 17, 1899. Son of Anna and Nels Nelson. Entered the service Dec. 17, 1917. Naval Air Service. Trained at Great Lakes, Ill. Service in France. 

280d - CORP. ENOCH W. NELSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Red Oak, Iowa, Oct. 28, 1889. Son of Mr. Charles A. Nelson. Entered the service May, 1917. Engineers. In training at Washington. Overseas service doing Forestry work. 

280e - PVT. ERNEST NELSEN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Minneapolis, Minn., June 15, 1894. Son of Anna and Marcus Nelsen. Entered the service June 27, 1918. 239th Ambulance Co., 10th Sanitary Train. Camp Funston, Kan. 

280f - IRVING B. NELSON
COLLEGE VIEW, NEB. Horn Rushford, Minn., Sept. 30, 1897. Son of Hannah and N. S. Nelson. Entered the service May 24, 1918. Mechanic, Acetylene Welder. Trained at Jersey City. Overseas service. 

280g - PVT. KARL D. NELSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 21, 1890. Son of Elizabeth and Olaf Nelson. Married. Entered the service July 25, 1918. Medical Detachment, 91st Division. Wounded in action at Argonne Forest, Sept. 29, 1918. 

280h - PVT. OSCAR J. NELSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Newman Grove, Neb., May 23, 1900. Son of Hulda and Nels Nelson. Entered the service March 1, 1918. Cavalry, Headquarters Co. In training at Marla, Tex. 


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281a - CORP. OTTO NELSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Howard Co., Neb., Oct. 29, 1894. Son of Mary and Nels Nelson. Married. Entered the service June 14, 1918. Signal Corps. Students Army Training Corps, University of Nebraska. Camp Meade, Company Clerk. 

281b - PVT. CHARLES H. NEMAN 
LINCOLN,  NEB. Born David City, Neb., Oct. 29,1894. Son of Priscilla and Fred Neman. Entered the service Dec. 14, 1917. Air Service. Kelly Field, Tex., and Eberts Field, Lanoke, Ark. 

281c - SERGT. ROY A. NESMITH 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Belville, Kan., March 9, 1893. Son of May and Charles Nesmith. Married. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Engineers. Enroute to France when Armistice was signed. Discharged Jan. 8, 1919. 

281d - PVT. ORIN D. NEWBURN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Union, Neb., April 21, 1896. Son of Frances and Alven Newburn. Entered the service July 24, 1918. Co. 6, 163rd Depot Brigade, Camp Dodge. Iowa. 

281e - PVT. ROY L. NEWBURN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Iowa, July 22, 1894. Son of Frances and Alven Newburn. Entered the service May 1, 1918. Co. E, 27th lnfantry. With American Army in Siberia. 

281f - SEAMAN W. T. NYDEN
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 2, 1900. Son of Hilma and John A. Nyden. Entered the service Aug. 16, 1917. Navy. On Transport President Lincoln, torpedoed May 31, 1918. 

281g - EDWIN H. NYDEN 
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Plattsmouth, Neb., Sept. 27, 1896. Son of Hilma and John A. Nyden. Entered the service June 6, 1918. Navy. 1st Class Machinist's Mate. Great Lakes Naval Station. 

281h - PVT. HAROLD R. NICHOLLS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Raymond, Neb.. May 17, 1896, Son of Suzanna and Arthur Nicholls. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Camp Funston, Kan. Discharged March 11, 1918.


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282a - PVT. EDGAR NICHOLS 
BETHANY, NEB. Born. North Bend, Neb., Aug. 29, 1898. Son of Ella and C. N. Nichols. Entered the service June 17, 1918. Medical Department. With Band at Fort Snelling. 

282b - SERGT. GARLAND NICHOLS
BETHANY, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., July 2, 1895. Son of Ella and C. N. Nichols. Entered the service Aug. 18, 1917. Supply Co., 349th Infantry, 88th Division. Overseas service. 

282c - PVT. VICTOR NICHOLS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lajunta, Colo., June 15, 1894. Son of Lola and James Nichols. Entered the service June, 1917. Co. F, 13th Railway Engineers. Overseas service near Verdun front. 

282d - PVT. R. J. NINE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born York, Neb., Oct. 10, 1895. Son of Bertha and Daniel Nine. Married. Entered the service Dec. 8, 1917. Coast Artillery. 10th Co. San Francisco Coast Defense. 

282e - SEAMAN R. H. NINNEMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Crounse, Neb., Aug. 31, 1896. Son of Emma and Robert C. Ninneman. Entered the service Aug. 13, 1918. Navy. 

282f - PVT. RAY N. NISLEY
BENNETT, NEB. Born Berlin, Neb., April, 1898. Son of May and J. R. Nisley. Sanitary Corps. Hospital No.52, 134th Infantry. LeMans, France. 

282g - PVT. ELVIN G. NORDSTROM
WAVERLY, NEB. Born Waverly, Neb., Nov. 8, 1892. Son of Selma and William Nordstrom. Medical Department. Field Hospital 356, 314th Sanitary Train. Overseas service. 

282h - PVT. JOHN J. NOOTZ
RAYMOND, NEB. Born Lancaster Co., Neb., Jan. 6, 1890. Son of Alvina and Christian Nootz. Co. C, 30th Machine Gun Battalion. Camp Funston. 


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283a - PVT. W. Z. NORTHERN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Virginia, Jan. 9, 1890. Entered the service Sept. 14, 1917. Infantry. Co. 9, 1st Replacement Depot. Overseas service. 

283b - ELDON D. NORTON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Kenesaw, Neb., Nov. 7, 1900. Son of Margaret and D. D. Norton. Entered the service Feb. 26, 1917. Petty Officer in Navy. Served on U. S. S. Arizona and Subchaser No. 91. 

283c - SEAMAN THOMAS N. OAKES
LINCOLN, NEB. Born York, Neb., April, 1898. Son of Elvira and Charles Oakes. Entered the service Dec. 8, 1917. Navy. Great Lakes Naval Station. Assigned to U. S. S. Mt. Vernon. 

283d - PVT. E. R. OAKLEY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Palmyra, Neb., Feb., 1899. Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Oakley. Entered the service Sept., 1918. Students Army Training Corps, University of Nebraska. 

283e - CORP. EMORY L. O'CONNELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Malcolm, Neb., Sept. 12, 1899. Son of Emma and John O'Connell. Entered the service Sept. 26, 1917. Co. D, 312th Infantry. Arrived overseas Oct., 1917. 

283f - SERGT. FRANK B. O'CONNELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Malcolm. Neb., Feb. 10, 1892. Son of Emma and John O'Connell. Entered the service June 28, 1917. Trained at Camp Cody. Arrived in France Oct., 1917. Stationed near LeMans, France. 

283g - PVT. CHARLES A. ODELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Alliance, Neb., Nov. 26, 1897. Son of Elizabeth and Charles A. Odell. Entered the service Dec., 1917. Co. D, 313th Supply Train. Overseas service. 

283h - PVT. THOMAS J. ODELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 21, 1896. Son of Elizabeth and Charles A. Odell. Entered the service Sept., 1917. 114th Machine Gun Battalion, 30th Division. Overseas service. 


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284a - CORP. PATRICK W. O'CONNOR
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln. Neb., Oct. 5, 1889. Son of Margaret and Patrick W. O'Connor. Entered the service July 27, 1917. Co. A, 134th Infantry. Arrived in France Oct., 1918. 

284b - R. L. ODDIE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 7, 1895. Son of Mary and William Oddie. Married. Entered the service Aug. 1, 1914. Boatswain's Mate, Navy. Stationed on Transport Alabama. Serving in second enlistment. 

284c - PVT. CLAUDE A. OGDEN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln County, Neb., March 9, 1889. Son of Elizabeth and Douglas Ogden. Entered the service May 28, 1918. Co. F, 350th Infantry, 88th Division. Overseas service. 

284d - PVT. P. L. O'HALLORAN
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Havelock, Neb. Son of Katherine and Patrick O'Halloran. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Headquarters Co., 35th Infantry. St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives. 

284e - CORP. WILLIAM F. OJENDYK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Ashton, Neb., Nov. 3, 1891. Son of Theodore Ojendyk. Married. Entered the service May 28, 1918. Co. F, 350th Infantry. Overseas service. 

284f - PVT. SAMUEL V. OLDS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lake Park, Iowa, Nov. 13, 1890. Son of Sadie and Samuel Olds. Entered the service March 25, 1918. Co. K, 47th Infantry. Camp Green, N. C. 

284g - PEARL E. OLDT 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Leona, Kan., Nov. 22, 1897. Son of Swallow and Edward J. Oldt. Volunteered May 1, 1917. 1st Class Musician, F. A. Band. Chateau Thierry. St. Mihiel, Verdun Salient. Army m Occupation. 

284h - CORP. JOHN E. OLIVER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 9, 1893. Son of Alice and Patrick Oliver. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Motor Transport Service. 443rd Engineers Truck Co. Overseas service. 


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285a - PVT. JOHN L. OLSON
WAVERLY, NEB. Born Sweden, July 18, 1890. Entered the service Sept., 1917. Sailed for France Oct. 1918. Stationed near Bordeaux, France. 

285b - PVT. OLIVER J. OLSON
CERESCO, NEB, Born Ceresco, Neb., Feb. 21, 1897. Son of Anna and Ole Olson. Entered the service Aug. 15, 1918. Battery E, 13th Artillery. 

285c - CORP. OSCAR A. OLSON
CERESCO, NEB. Born Sanduville, Neb., Sept. 25, 1894. Son of Anna and Ole Olson. Entered the service March 9, 1918. Aviation. Balloon Co. No. 78. 

285d - PVT. FRANK L. O'MALLEY 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 10, 1897. Son of Belle and Wm. C. O'Malley. Entered the service Nov. 1917. Co. C, 108th Engineers, 33rd Division. Army of Occupation. 

285e - SEAMAN JOHN A. O'MALLEY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 27, 1899. Son of Belle and Wm. C. O'Malley. Entered the service Aug. 1918. Navy. Great Lakes Naval Station. U. S. S. Alabama. 

285f - PVT. I. C. OMSLER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 5, 1894. Son of Anna and George Omsler. Entered the service July 25, 1917. Engineers at Camp Benjamin Harrison. Ready to sail when Armistice was signed. 

285g - PVT. RALPH ONEIL
COLLEGE VIEW, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 2, 1896. Son of Mary and Joseph Oneil. Entered the service Aug. 1918. Headquarters Co., 355th Infantry, 89th Division. Army of Occupation. 

285h - CORP. GRANT A. OLSEN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born St. Joseph, Mo., May 4, 1886. Son of Maria and Chris Olsen. Married. Entered the service Jan. 1917. Infantry. 


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286a - PVT. THOMAS S. O'NEAL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born North Platte, Neb., Nov. 19, 1894. Son of Nellie and Thomas O'Neal. Entered the service Nov. 13, 1917. Aviation, Davis-Bournanville Plant, Jersey City and Overland Plant St Paul, Minn. 

286b - CORP. CHARLES A. ORLEANS, JR. 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Omaha, Neb., Mar. 16, 1894. Son of Sylvia and Chas. A. Orleans. Married. Entered the service October, 1912. Artillery. Philippine Islands, 1912-1915. Re-enlisted February, 1917. 

286c - PVT.. KENNETH S. O'RORKE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Cortland, Neb., April 19, 1899. Son of Minnie and James O'Rorke. Students Army Training Corps, University of Nebraska. 

286d - CORP. FRANK L. OSBORN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Pratt, Kan. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Osborn. Married. 3rd Co., 3rd Battalion, 164th Depot Brigade. Fort Baker, Calif. 

286e - PVT. HAROLD A. OSBORNE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 6, 1897. Son of Mr. and, Mrs. J. A. Osborne. Entered the service Oct. 15, 1917. Marine Corps. Quartermaster Department. 

286f - CORP. JOHN OSBORNE, JR.
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 31, 1890. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Osborne. Married. Entered the service March 23, 1918. 18th Co., Coast Artillery Corps, Fort Strong, Boston Harbor. 

286g - PVT. HAROLD OSTERGAARD
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Aarlius, Denmark, Nov. 30, 1892. Son of Ane and Lawrence Ostergaard. Entered the service Sept. 16, 1917. 89th Division. Sailed for France May, 1918. With Army of Occupation. 

286h - PVT. CARSE G. OVELMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Kesterson, Neb., April 22, 1892. Son of Alice and John Ovelman. Entered the service June 12, 1917. Medical Detachment, 127th Field Artillery. Overseas service. Discharged Jan. 22, 1919. 


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287a - PVT. ALLEN K. OVERMAN 
BENNETT, NEB. Born Stockville, Neb., Dec. 28, 1898. Son of Alma and William Overman. Entered the service June 10, 1915. Overseas service. 

287b - SERGT. CYRUS N. OVERMAN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Alexandria, Neb., Jan. 13, 1892. Son of Jennie and Elmer Overman. Married. Entered the service Sept. 17, 1917. Overseas service with 89th Division. Took five prisoners in St. Mihiel offensive. 

287c - PVT. LAWRENCE E. OVERMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Alexandria, Neb., Feb. 21, 1895. Son of Jennie and Elmer Overman. Entered the service July 25, 1918. Base Hospital No. 48. Overseas service. 

287d - PVT. ALBERT A. OVERTON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 26, 1895. Son of Ella and George Overton. Entered the service July 11, 1917. Medical Department, Base 
Hospital, Camp Sevier, S. C. 

287e - PVT. JOSEPH H. OWENS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Missouri, Dec. 26, 1892. Son of Emma and Henry A. Owens. Entered the service Sept. 18, 1917. Headquarter. Co., 355th Infantry. Sent home with influenza after 3 months service at front. 

287f - PVT. H. S. OXLEY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Clay Center, Neb., Nov. 8, 1889. Son of Katherine and James F. Oxley. Entered the service July 24, 1918. Co. F, 2nd Infantry, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 

287g - PVT. SAMUEL A. OZENBAUGH 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., July 15, 1890. Son of Margaret and Willis Ozenbaugh. Married. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Medical Detachment, Provisional Ambulance Co., Fort Riley, Kan.

287h - PVT. GEORGE W. PABST 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 21, 1894. Son of Elizabeth and Peter Pabst. Volunteered May 1917. Co. A, 134th Infantry. Chateau Thierry offensive. Wounded and gassed.


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288a - BLOYCE PACKER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Fairbury, Neb., March 4, 1900. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Packer. Entered the service May 28, 1918. Radio at Great Lakes and Harvard University. Discharged Dec. 21, 1918. 

288b - CORP. CARL PALMER  
WAVERLY, NEB. Born Sept. 1899. Son of Maggie and William Palmer. Entered the service June 1917. Overseas service as instructor.

288c - PVT. CLINTON F. PALMER
COLLEGE VIEW, NEB. Born Dunn County. Wis., Oct. 27, 1895. Son of Cynthia and Richard Palmer. Entered the service April 15, 1917. Medical Department. 109th Field Signal Battalion. Overseas service. 

288d - PVT. GEORGE PALMER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Waverly, Neb., Sept. 17, 1889. Son of Sarah E. and Frank Palmer. Entered the service Aug. 1917. Co. 36, 166th Depot Brigade, Camp Lewis, Wash. Three years in Spanish-American War.

288e - PVT. WALTER B. PALMER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Concordia, Kan., Sept. 8, 1897. Son of Catherine and George H. Palmer. Entered the service Jan. 1918. Air Service. Kelly Field, Tex. and Camp Logan, Colo. 

288f - PVT. JOHN PAPACRIST
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Greece, June 16, 1891. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Co. B, 24th Engineers, Fort Benjamin Harrison. 

288g - ROY G. PARDEE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Page County, Iowa, May 28, 1896. Son of Ada and George Pardee. Entered the service 1915.  Baker. 357th Bakery Co., Camp Joseph E. Johnston.  Jacksonville, Fla.

288h - WARRANT OFFICER B. K. PARKER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., March 21, 1891. Son of Mary and Barr Parker. Married. Entered the service Dec. 18, 1908. Paymaster's Branch, Navy. U. S. S. Brooklyn.


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289a - PVT. F. D. PARKER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Fillmore, Mo., Nov. 8, 1900. Son of Mellisa and James Parker. Entered the service Jan. 12, 1918. Medical Detachment, 63rd Infantry. Presidio, Calif., and Camp Meade. 

289b - PVT. GLEN T. PARKHURST 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Geneva, Neb., Jan. 27, 1888. Son of Emma and Hiram Parkhurst. Entered the service July 1917. Co. A, 109th Military Police. Overseas service. 

289c - IDWAL W. PARRY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Denver, Colo., June 19, 1895. Son of Cora and Wm. R, Parry. Entered the service Dec. 15, 1913. Navy. Chief Gunner's Mate during war on Edward Dohaney Oil Tanker. Now in recruiting service, New York. 

289d - PVT. WILLIAM R. PARRY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 24, 1893. Son of Cora and Wm. R. Parry. Entered the service Sept. 15, 1917. 101st Infantry, 26th Division. Verdun, Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel, Argonne Forest. Discharged Jan. 1919. 

289e - PVT. H. M. PARTON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., May 15, 1896. Son of Lillie and Wm. Parton. Entered the service May 30, 1918. 15th Machine Gun Battalion. Active service at Verdun. Army of Occupation. 

289f - SERGT. REX I. PARTON 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Syracuse, Neb., May 21, 1898. Son of Lillie and Wm. Parton. Entered the service July 23, 1918. Coast Artillery Corps. 2nd Army Artillery Park, Ft. McArthur, Calif. 

289g - PVT. WILLIAM PATECK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Russia, Sept. 20, 1894. Son of Eva and Ben Pateck. Entered the service Dec. 10, 1917. Aviation. 224th Aero Squadron. Overseas service in England nine months.

289h - PVT. BENJAMIN C. PAULL
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Exeter, Neb., Dec. 15, 1891. Son of Mary and Peter Paull. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Sailed for France June, 1918. Sanitary Corps. Service at front.


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290a - WILLIAM R. PAWLEY
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Clark County, Ark., May 4, 1896. Son of Anna and Alonza Pawley. Entered the service Dec. 12, 1917. Arrived overseas July, 1918. Stationed at Winchester, England. Machinist, Aviation. 

290b - SERGT. CHARLES F. PEACHMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Chicago, Ill., Aug. 7, 1892. Son of Anna and H. R. Peachman. Entered the service April 20, 1918. 5th Field Service Battalion. Active service overseas. 

290c - EDWARD T. PEACHMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 7, 1895. Son of Anna and H. R. Peachman. Entered the service Oct. 3, 1917. Landsman Electrician, Radio, Navy. Submarine Listener, Boston Light Ship. 

290d - HENRY G. PEACHMAN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., March 1, 1893. Son of Anna and H. R. Peachman. Entered the service Sept. 15, 1917. Navy. Radio Operator at Belmar, N. J., and Washington, D. C. 

290e - PVT. DOUGLAS C. PEARCE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Plattsmouth, Neb., Sept. 17, 1894. Son of Edith and Jack Pearce. Entered the service Dec. 12, 1917. 27th Balloon Co., Fort Logan, Kelly Field, and Camp Morrison. 

290f - PVT. EMMETT PEARCE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Craig, Mo., Sept. 12, 1885. Son of Mary and W. R. Pearce. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Quartermaster Corps, Fort Riley. 

290g - SERGT. ERNEST PEARSE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Genoa, Neb., June 6, 1893. Son of Mrs. Athilda and Swanty Pearse. Entered the service Nov., 1917. 23rd Engineers. Overseas service. 

290h - PVT. JOHN E. PEARSE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Genoa, Neb., Jan. 14, 1897. Son of Athilda and Swanty Pearse. Entered the service Sept., 1918. Students Army Training Corps, Mechanics Division. 


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291a - PVT. ELMER PEARSON
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Sweden, July 3, 1890. Brother of J. R. Pearson. Entered the service Sept. 19, 1917. Headquarters Co. 355th Infantry, 89th Division. Overseas service. Army of Occupation. 

291b - PVT. FLOYD M. PEARY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Bloomington, Neb., Nov. 17, 1897. Son of Clara and William A. Peary. Entered the service Dec. 13, 1917. 30th Aero Squadron. Seven months service in France.

291c - CORP. LIONEL PEDERSON
BENNETT, NEB. Born Panama, Neb., July 18, 1897. Son of Agnetta and Lawrence Pederson. Entered the service April, 1917. Overseas service with l09th Supply Train. 

291d - PVT. MERRITT C. PEDERSON 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Bennett, Neb., May 11, 1900. Son of Della and Martin Pederson. Entered the service Oct. 3, 1918. Students Army Training Corps, Nebraska State University.  

291e - PVT. LOUIS PEFFINGER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Washington, Ill. Married. Entered the service June, 1918. Infantry. Overseas service with 89th Division. Army of Occupation. 

291f - CHARLES R. PERKINS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Pawnee City, Neb., July 11, 1896. Son of Effie and John T. Perkins. Entered service Oct. 5, 1917. 7th Engineers Train, 5th Division. Overseas March, 1918. Meuse-Argonne offensive and Army of Occupation. 

291g - PVT. PAUL V. PERKINS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Pawnee City, Neb., July 9, 1894. Son of Effie and John T. Perkins. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Medical Department. Arrived overseas Oct., 1918. Stationed at Liverpool, England,  M. P. Knotty Ash Camp. 

291h - PVT. JOHN R. PERKINS 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Ansley, Neb., Jan. 16, 1892. Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Perkins. Entered the service June, 1918. Medical Detachment, 43rd Field Artillery, Camp Stanley, Texas. 


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292a - PVT. CLYDE W. PERRIN 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Ottawa, Ill., Nov. 26, 1892. Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Perrin. Entered the service June 1, 1918. Signal Corps (Radio), Camp Sherman and New York. 

292b - CORP. WILLIAM R. PERRIN
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Roca, Neb., Dec. 16. 1892. Son of Grace and Amos E. Perrin. Entered the service May 3, 1918. Co. D, 23rd Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Fremont, Calif. 

292c - PVT. GALEN P. PERRY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born McCook, Neb., Oct. 11, 1889. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Perry. Married. Entered the service June, 1914. Field Signal Battalion, 82nd Division. Active service Overseas. Army of Occupation. 

292d - PVT. ROSCOE S. PERRY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Wahoo, Neb., June 17, 1899. Son of Sarah and Thomas S. Perry. Entered the service May 1, 1918. Battery A, 69th Coast Artillery. Overseas Aug. 15, 1918. 

292e - MUSICIAN WALTER PERRY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Bushton, Kan., May 22, 1895. Son of Ida and Richard Perry. Navy. Trained at Great Lakes Naval Station. Stationed at Newport, R. I. 

292f - PVT. ALBERT PETERSON 
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Otoe County, Neb., Jan. 24, 1893. Son of Anna and Peter Peterson. Entered the service July 25, 1918. Co. F, Development, Battalion I. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 

292g - PVT. ANDREW E. PETERSON
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Sweden, Jan. 20, 1887. Son of Annie and D. A. Peterson. Entered the service Aug. 27, 1918. Co. B. 28th Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Funston. Discharged Jan., 1919. 

292h - PVT. ARTHUR P. PETERSEN
BENNETT. NEB. Born Bennett, Neb., April 1, 1889. Son of Katherine and Ole Petersen. Married. Entered the service Oct. 6, 1917. Ambulance Corps Overseas Jan. 28, 1918. Army of Occupation. 


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293a - PVT. CARL J. PETERSON
LINCOLN. NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., June 24, 1896. Son of Alma and John Peterson. Entered the service Aug. 15, 1918. 78th Balloon Co. Trained at San Antonio, Texas. 

293b - PVT. EDWARD A. PETERSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., 1899. Son of John Peterson. Entered the service Nov. 17, 1917. 152nd Aero Squadron. Overseas service. 

293c - PVT. JULIUS C. PETERSON
DAVEY, NEB. Born Davey, Neb., Dec. 24, 1887. Son of Hannah and Jacob Peterson. Entered the service Aug. 15, 1918. Artillery. Trained at Camp Jackson, S. C. 

293d - PVT. WILLIAM C. PETERSON
LINCOLN, NEB. Born El Dorado Springs, Mo., March 4, 1895. Son of Bessie and Morton Peterson. Entered the service Aug. 14, 1918. Co. A, Second Army Artillery Park. Trained at Fort McArthur, Calif. 

293e - PVT. NICHOLAS PETROPOULOS
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Vahlia, Greece, May 22, 1894. Entered the service July 24, 1918. Co. F, 14th Infantry, 19th Division. Trained at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Transferred to Camp Grant. 

293f - PVT. WARREN R. PETTEE 
HICKMAN, NEB. Born Hickman, Neb., Nov. 19, 1892. Son of Myra and Addison Pettee. Entered the service Jan. 5, 1918. Volunteered, Headquarters Co., 340th Field Artillery. Arrived overseas July, 1918. With Army of Occupation. 

293g - PVT. RAYMOND M. PETTET
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Colby, Wis., Dec. 14, 1895. Son of Nellie and James Pettet. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Chemical Warfare. Edgewood Arsenal, Md. 

293h - PVT. WILLIAM M. PETTY
LINCOLN, NEB. Born McCook, Neb., Feb. 10, 1899. Son of Jeanette and A. Petty. Entered the service Oct. 12, 1918. Co. R, Section A. Students Army Training Corps. University of Nebraska. 


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294a -PVT. ALBERT M. PICKEL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Emerald, Neb., May 22, 1894. Son of Louisa and Sam Pickel. Entered the service June 24, 1918. Co. B, 313th Ammunition Train. Overseas service. 

294b - PVT. AVERY B. PICKERING
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Omaha, March 22, 1898. Son of Angie and Benjamin E. Pickering. Entered the service Oct. 1, 1918. Co. I, Officers' Training School. Camp McArthur, Tex. 

294c - SERGT. DOANE T. PICKERING
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Steele City, Neb., Dec. 27, 1892. Son of Angie and Benjamin E. Pickering. Married. Entered the service June 13, 1918. Infantry. Officers' Training School, Camp Grant, Ill. 

294d - PVT. GUILE U. PICKERING
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., March 4, 1891. Son of Maude and Samuel Pickering. Entered the service June, 1918. Aero Squadron No. 221, Scott Field, Ill. 

294e - PVT. ORVILLE J. PICKERING
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Storm Lake, Iowa, April 19, 1890. Son of Clara and Benjamin Pickering. Married. Entered the service Sept. 3, 1918. Mobile Ordnance Training Corps, Fort Riley, Kan. 

294f - SERGT. ARCHIE M. PIERCE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Avoca, Iowa. Son of Annabelle and James F. Pierce. Entered the service March 5, 1918. Medical Department. Gas Instructor at Camp Hancock, Ga. 

294g - PVT. HARRY T. PIERCE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., March 11, 1895. Son of Rosa and Thomas Pierce. Entered the service Sept. 13, 1918. Infantry. Camp Grant and Camp Logan. 

294h - RALPH W. PIERCE
COLLEGE VIEW, NEB. Born Denver, Colo., July 18, 1894. Son of Eliza and Hanford E. Pierce. Married. Entered the service June 1, 1917. Army Field Clerk. Troop A, 1st Squadron. Stationed at Governor's Island, New York City. 


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295a - EMIL E. PILLARD
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lancaster County, Neb., Sept. 28, 1893. Son of Alvina and William H. Pillard. Married. Entered the service July 27, 1918. Second Class Coppersmith. Northern Bombing Group. Stationed at Brest, France. 

295b - RAYMOND P. PILLARD
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Fremont County, Iowa, Oct. 26, 1898. Son of Alvina and William H. Pillard. Entered the service July 9, 1918. Aviation Machinist. Trained at Great Lakes Naval Training Station. 

295c - ROY M. PILLARD
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Fremont County, Iowa, Oct. 26, 1898. Son of Alvina and William H. Pillard. Entered the service July 9, 1918. Aviation Machinist. Great Lakes Naval Training Station. 

295d - SERGT. PERCY A. PILLARD
HICKMAN, NEB. Born Harlan, Neb., June 3, 1895. Son of Dory and Fred Pillard. Entered the service July 28, 1917. Infantry. Trained at Fort Douglas, Utah. 

295e - SERGT. WILLIAM PILLARD 
PRINCETON, NEB. Born Princeton, Neb., Feb. 28, 1887. Son of Mrs. Rosetta Pillard. Entered the service Sept. 6, 1918. Utility Detachment, Camp Mills, N. Y. 

295f - PVT. WILLIAM C. PIKE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Detroit, Mich., Oct. 20, 1894. Son of Anna and William I. Pike. Married. Entered the service Sept. 6, 1918. Infantry. Trained at Camp Grant, Ill., Camp McArthur, Tex. 

295g - PVT. ERVIE PIRTLE
HAVELOCK, NEB. Volunteered Dec., 1917. Coast Artillery Corps, San Francisco, Calif. Arrived overseas in spring of 1918. Active service in front lines in France for five months. 

295h - CORP. EARL PORTER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., May 13, 1896. Son of Ona and Harry Porter. Entered the service Sept., 1918. 4th Company, 101st Depot Brigade, Camp Grant, Ill. 


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296a - PVT. A. A. PIPER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 31, 1893. Son of Mary and A. J. Piper. Entered the service July, 1918. Ordnance Department, Camp McArthur, Tex. 

296b - CORP. A. R. PIPER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 7, 1888. Son of Mary and A. J. Piper. Entered the service March, 1918. 314th Engineers, 89th Division. Overseas service. 

296c - E. H. PIPER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., April 17, 1890. Son of Mary and A. J. Piper. Entered the service March 1918. Master Engineer. Engineers Corps. Overseas service. 

296d - SERGT. W. I. PIPER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., July 12, 1894. Son of Mary and A. J. Piper. Entered the service June 1918. Radio. Overseas service. 

296e - PVT. JOHN L. POLK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Raymond, Neb. Son of Annetta and Lerton Polk. Married. Entered the service Aug. 29, 1918. Ordnance Department, May's Landing, N.J. 

296f - PVT. ORPHEUS L. POLK
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Raymond, Neb., Sept. 22, 1896. Son of Jeanette and Lerton Polk. Entered the service May 1918. Quartermaster's Corps, Supply Company 329. Camp Johnston, Fla. Arrived overseas Sept. 1918. Stationed at Bordeaux. 

296g - PVT. RAY A. PORTER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 23, 1895. Son of Mary and Alexander Porter. Entered the service May 2, 1918. Co. A, 23rd Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Fremont, Calif. 

296h - SERGT. ROBERT J. PORTER
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 13, 1889. Son of Anna and William Porter. Married. Entered the service April 21, 1918. Quartermaster Corps. Trained at Camp Funston, Kan. 


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297a - PVT. FRANCIS PORTLOCK
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Crab Orchard, Neb., June 15, 1887. Son of Mable and E. F. Portlock. Married. Entered the service Aug. 1918. Signal Corps. Trained at Camp Funston, Kan. 

297b - CORP. JOHN W. PORTLOCK 
HAVELOCK, NEB. Born Summerfield, Kan., Feb. 10, 1896. Son of Mable and E. F. Portlock. Entered the service Dec. 12, 1917. 40th Coast Artillery Corps. Trained at Presidio, Calif. 

297c - PVT. JOHN PORTSCHE
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb,. July 12, 1890. Son of Rose and George Portsche. Entered the service Oct., 1917. Battery B, 45th Coast Artillery Corps. Trained at Fort Winfield Scott. 

297d - PVT. SAMUEL B. POSKA
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 12, 1894. Son of Morris Poska, Married. Entered the service June 15, 1918. Infantry. Trained at University of Nebraska. Transferred to Camp Custer, Mich. 

297e - PVT. ORRIS J. POTHAST
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Cortland, Neb., Oct. 6, 1896. Son of Mary and Edward Pothast. Wife, Lillian. Entered the service June 17, 1918. Officers Training Corps, Great Lakes and University of Nebraska. 

297f - SERGT. HARRY A. POUND
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 27, 1886. Son of Sarah and A. L. Pound. Married. Entered the service Dec. 13, 1917. 255th Aero Squadron, 3rd Air Park of the 2nd Pursuit Group. Overseas service.

297g - SERGT. GEORGE D. POWELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Beatrice, Neb., Jan. 2, 1897. Son of Anna and Charles Powell. Married. Entered the service Dec. 11, 1917. 820th Aero Squadron. Trained at Kelly Field No. 1 and Camp Hancock, Ga. 

297h - SERGT. LAWRENCE H. POWELL
LINCOLN, NEB. Born Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 14, 1897. Son of Margaret and I. F. Powell. Entered the service March 11, 1918. Coast Artillery Corps. Trained at Angel Island, Calif. Served in Philippines.