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Jersey City's Roll of Honor

It's Sons who are serving in the Army and Navy

During World War I, the Jersey Journal published a form asking for relatives of those serving in the Armed Forces to complete information about those relatives. The newspaper subsequently published the following list.  Teecie Cozad was kind enough to complie the list from mircrofilm. Teecie reports that the microfilm was not clear and transciption errors are possible. This is not a complete list of those serving in WWI.

Name Rank and Assignment Station Home Address Next of Kin Date Published
ACKER, Edward O. Private; 105th Infantry, Co. L, 71st Regiment, New York Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S.C. 8 Van Houten Avenue John B. Acker, Father April 12, 1918
ADAMS, Frank Co. A, 502d Engineers France 520 Monmouth Street Son April 12, 1918
ADAMS, George Private; Co. K, 113th Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 189 Montgomery Street Mother April 8, 1918
ADAMS, W. F. Sergeant; Co. A, 111 Machine Gun Co. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 189 Montgomery Street Mother April 8, 1918
AEGERTER, Frederick G. Private; Army Aviation Corps, Supply Squadron Camp Kelly, San Antonio, Tex. 456 Bergen Avenue F. Aegerter, Sr., Father April 12, 1918
ALMIRALL, Francis B. Yeoman; U.S.S. Connecticut Norfolk, Va. 183 Eighth Street Mother May 15, 1918
ALMIRALL, Francis H. Yeoman, stoker or third-class fireman. U.S.S. Connecticut No entry 183 Eighth Street L. Almirall, Mother April 8, 1918
ALMOND, James P. Private; Co. E., 113th Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 48 Fleet Street Catherine Almond April 8, 1918
AMROCK, Robert J. Recruiting Sergeant Haverhill, Mass 73 Lexington Ave. Father April 26, 1918
AMROCK, Stephen L. Private; Co. K, 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 73 Lexington Ave. Father April 26, 1918
ANDERSON, Harold Corporal; Co. H, 328th Infantry Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia 553 1/2 Newark Ave. Mother April 12, 1918
ANDERSON, Harry C. Private; Marine Corps Quantico, Virginia 218 Sixth Street Mrs. F. L. Harrison, Mother April 12, 1918
APGAR, Theodore Besson Captain, 11th Cal. U.S.A. Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia 105 Sip Avenue Mrs. B. Apgar April 8, 1918
APPLEMAN, George Aloysius Second Class Fireman; U.S.S. Patupent No entry 417 Wayne Street Mrs. G. Appleman, Mother April 12, 1918
ARKINS, Wesley James Second Class Seaman; U.S.S. Oklahoma Philadelphia, Penn. 789 Ocean Avenue Emma J. Grace, Mother April 12, 1918
ARMSTRONG, Nathanial Private; Co. B, 310th Inf. Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. 133 Claremont Ave. Mr. And Mrs. W. H. Clay April 26, 1918
ATCHISON, Joseph Private; Battery C, 3rd F.A. Fort Sam Houston, Texas 192 Mercer Street M. Atchison, Sister May 15, 1918
BARBER, Arthur S. [unreadable] [unreadable] 11 Long Street Father, S. Barber April 12, 1918
BARTLEY, Edward A. Seaman; [unreadable] Wadsworth, Staton Island 1062 Garfield Avenue Mrs. Ed. A. Bartley, Wife May 15, 1918
BATTISTELLA, Angelo G.? Private; Co. E?; 1st U.S. Army N, ? Regiment Camp Greene, Charlotte, N.C. 159? Railroad Avenue No Entry May 15, 1918
BEAMANN, Arthur J. 303d Engineers, Co. B Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ 177 Bartholdi Avenue John T. Beamann, Father May 15, 1918
BECKER, John P. Private; Co. M., 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 229 Summit Avenue Brother April 8, 1918
BENDER, Daniel William Second Lieutenant; U.S. Marines, 5th Regiment, 66th Co. France 650 West Side Avenue Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bender, Parents April 8, 1918
BENDER, John Henry 104th Engineers Reg. Co. E Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 192 Randolph Avenue Mrs. B. Martin, Sister April 8, 1918
BENSON, Thomas First Class Seaman; Transport U.S.S. Covington No entry 285 Princeton Avenue Eleanor Benson, Stepsister April 8, 1918
BERGER, Harold K. Private; Ambulance Driver, Hospital Corps, Roosevelt Unit, U.S. Army Base Hospital, No. 15 France 299 Union Street Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Berger, Parents May 15, 1918
BERGER, Harold R. Private; Company M, 114th Regiment Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 561 Ocean Avenue Mother April 12, 1918
BERGER, Winfield Private; Company B, Military Police Augusta, Ga. 561 Ocean Avenue Mother April 12, 1918
BERRY, Frank W. First Class Private; 116th Amb. Co., 104th Sanitary Train Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 219 Academy St. Mother and Father April 26, 1918
BETTCHER, Mortimer L. Second Lieutenant; Army, 308th Reg. Eng. Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio 135 Sip Ave. Louis F. Bettcher April 26, 1918
BICKELL, Harold J. Private; Co. M., 113th Regiment Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 906 Bergen Avenue Mother May 15, 1918
BIES, John P. First-class Private; Batt. E, 16th F.A. Camp Greene, Charlotte, N.C. 519 Mercer Street Mrs. Bies, Mother April 8, 1918
BILLERT, August, Jr. Private; Battery B, 319th Heavy Field Artillery Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia 77 Clarke Avenue Father, August Billert May 15, 1918
BISHOP, Benjamin J. Corporal, Motor Truck Co, No. 377 Camp Merritt, Tenafly, N.J. 84 Baldwin Avenue Mrs. Geo. Bishop, Mother April 8, 1918
BITANTE, Patsy Private; 113th U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 240 Railroad Avenue Cousin May 15, 1918
BLACK, Alexander Private; 116th Ambulance Co, 104 Sanitary Train Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 11 Magnolia Avenue Joseph Bryk, Brother-in-Law April 8, 1918
BLACK, Daniel Private; Supply Co., 113th Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 11 Magnolia Avenue Joseph Bryk, Brother-in-Law April 8, 1918
BLACKBURN, William W., Jr. Private; A.S.S.C. Ellington Field, Houston, Texas 16 Lexington Avenue Mother and Father April 8, 1918
BLOODGOOD, Edward A. Co. H., 53d Infantry Chattanooga, Tenn. 19 Belvidere Avenue Edward C. Bloodgood, Father May 15, 1918
BLOOMER, Charles Hamilton Chief Yeoman; U.S.S. Granite State No entry 149 Wilkinson Avenue Dorothy Bloomer April 12, 1918
BOLENDER, Ed. H. Private; 104th Reg. Engineers Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 327 Baldwin Ave. Mrs. M. Bolender April 26, 1918
BORKOSKI, Joseph Stevens Engineering Ensign, U.S.N., R.F.; Fleet S.C. Boats [unreadable] as Squadron Eng. Officer 3rd Naval District 126 McAdoo Avenue Mrs. R.C. Borkoski, Mother April 8, 1918
BOWMAN, Arthur J. Second Class Petty Officer; U.S.S. Naval Operating Base; Co. 5, Aviation Made Instructor 2 weeks ago; Teaches 100 men; Hampton Roads, Virginia 187 Arlington Avenue Parents May 15, 1918
BRADLEY, Percy E. Seaman; Avelus Hoboken 62 Jefferson Avenue [unreadable] April 8, 1918
BRADY, Martin Private; Company A, 502d Engineers France 175 Stegman Street James Brady, Father April 12, 1918
BRADY, Martin J. Private; 303d Engineers; American Expeditionary Forces No Entry 647 Grove Street Mother and Father May 15, 1918
BRAUNWALD, Herbert E.? First Class Private; Bat. A., 3rd Field Artillery Camp Stanley, Leona Springs, Texas 56 Sterling Avenue Mr. G. and Mrs. G. Braunwald, Father and Mother May 15, 1918
BREHAN, Joseph P. Corporal; Co. I, 56th U.S. Inf. Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas 349 Communipaw Ave. Mrs. William Ahearn April 26, 1918
BRENNAN, Bernard J. Fireman; U.S.S. Mississippi, Box E. care Postmaster Norfolk, Va. 130 St. Paul's Avenue J. J. Brennan, Jr., Brother April 8, 1918
BRENNAN, Robert Ambulance chauffeur; 2d Recruit Brigade Kelly Field, Casual Office, Box 44, San Antonio, Tex. 44 Central Avenue J. J. Brennan, Sr, Father April 8, 1918
BRIODY, Cornelius A. Second Class Seaman; Navy Bldg. 45; Last heard from Feb. 26 U.S. Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. 248 Duncan Avenue Mr. and Mrs. J. Briody, Parents May 15, 1918
BRIODY, Edward F. Private; Co. I; 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 8 Lott Street No Entry May 15, 1918
BRIODY, John J. Corporal; Co. I; 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 8 Lott Street No Entry May 15, 1918
BRIODY, Joseph J. Private; 838th Squadron, Aviation [unreadable] March 5, 1918 Garden City, NY? 248 Duncan Avenue Mr. and Mrs. J. Briody, Parents May 15, 1918
BRIODY, Richard P. Private; 53d U.S. Infantry Chickamauga Park, Ga. 91 Palisade Avenue Samuel A. Briody April 12, 1918
BRIODY, Thomas A. Private; Co. 9? Detention? Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. 8 Lott Street No Entry May 15, 1918
BROESER, Henry V., M.D. First Lieutenant, M.D.R.C., U.S. Base Hospital, No. 8, A.E.F. Paris, France 628 Husson Street, Hoboken, N.J. Mrs. Louise Wilson, Mrs. Clara Crossman, Sisters May 15, 1918
BROOKS, Charles W. Private; Co. G, 312th Inf. Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. 43 Stuyvesant Ave. Father and Mother April 26, 1918
BROOKS, Eugene Private; 1st Co., C.A.C. Fort Radiman, Mass 43 Stuyvesant Ave. Father and Mother April 26, 1918
BROPHY, John J. Quartermaster's Dept. France 60 Baldwin Avenue Brother April 8, 1918
BROWER, Calvin W. First Class Private; Battery B, 106th Field Artillery Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S.C. 28 Henry Street Mother April 8, 1918
BROWN, Dominick J. Private; Co. C, 18th Machine Gun Battalion Chickamauga Park, Ga. 234 Pine Street John J. Brown, Brother April 8, 1918
BROWN, George Private; Co. M, 113th U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 336 Second St. Father and Mother April 26, 1918
BROWN, Peter Private; Co. M, 113th U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 336 Second St. Father and Mother April 26, 1918
BROWN, William Private; 114th? Infantry, Co. K? Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 225 Beacon Avenue Mother May 15, 1918
BROWNE, Stephen Charles Private; 29th Divisional Stockade Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 7 Vroom Street Mrs. A. Browne, Mother April 8, 1918
BRUNNER, Andrew Formerly of Company F; 4th Regt.; now, First class private, Co. D., 111th Machine Gun Bn. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 636 Palisade Avenue Mrs. K. Brunner, Mother May 15, 1918
BRYK, Fred Private; Co. K, 114th Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 11 Magnolia Avenue Margaret Bryk April 8, 1918
BUCCOLO, Frank Private; Co. C, 26th Regt. Waco, Texas 124 Williams Avenue Mrs. Buccolo May 15, 1918
BUCCOLO, Philip Private; Signal Corps School, 138th [unreadable] 124 Williams Avenue Mrs. Buccolo May 15, 1918
BUCCOLO, Salvatore First Class Private; Co. I., 325th Infantry Camp Jordan, Georgia 124 Williams Avenue Mrs. Buccolo May 15, 1918
BURDE, Frank I. Private; Co. A. 502 Engineers Somewhere in France 184 Sixteenth Street Miss Mary Burde, Sister May 15, 1918
BURDE, Leo S. Private; Formerly with Company G; 4th NJ; Co. K. 113th U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 184 Sixteenth Street Mrs. L. S. Burde, Wife May 15, 1918
BURKE, Edward A. Private; Battery E. 7th F.A. At firing line, France Cottage Street Eugene Burke, Brother April 8, 1918
BURKE, Thomas F. Second Class Seaman; U.S.S. San Diego Halifax 48 Siedler St. Mother, Mrs. Bessie Burke April 26, 1918
BURKE, Timothy I. Private; 315th? Inf. Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ ? Woodlawn Avenue Timothy Burke, Father May 15, 1918
BURKE, William C., Jr. Private; 112th H.F.A. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 61 Gautier Avenue Mrs. W. C. Burke, Mother April 12, 1918
BURNS, Franklin First-class Private; National Army Base Hospital Washington, D.C. 328 Ege Avenue Brother April 12, 1918
BURNS?, Michael [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] May 15, 1918
BURTON, John J. Sergeant; Ordnance Dept. Field F., 2nd Cav. Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont 751 Bergen Avenue Mrs. M. Burton, Mother May 15, 1918
BURTON, William Second Class Gunner's Mate, U.S.S. Ohio Norfolk, Va. 751 Bergen Avenue Mother and Wife May 15, 1918
BUXBAUM, Philip Corporal; 312th Infantry, Co. A Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. 182 Railroad Ave. Father and Mother April 26, 1918
BYRNES, William E. Chauffeur; 114 Ambulance; 104 Sanitary Train Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 76 Erie Street Mrs. K. Byrnes, Mother April 8, 1918
CAESAR, Edward P., Jr. Sergeant; Base Hospital Camp Div. No Entry 33 Armstrong Avenue Wife May 15, 1918
CAMPBELL, Clarence Private; 9th Field Artillery, U.S.A. Fort Sill, Oklahoma 33 Storms Ave., formerly 201 Monticello Ave. Brother April 26, 1918
CARDINI, Harold Private; Army Supply Co, 9th Inf. France 227 Monticello Avenue Mother May 15, 1918
CAREY, Francis D. First Class Machinist; Submarine base New London, Conn. 120 Fulton Avenue Mother May 15, 1918
CAREY, William F. Private; Company I, 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 69 Clarke Avenue Mrs. C. Rey, Sister May 15, 1918
CAREY, Wm. E. Private; Headquarters 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 69 Clarke Avenue Mrs. B. Rey, Sister May 15, 1918
CARLTON, John B. 4th Co., Provisional Bat. A.S.S.C. Camp Lee 200 Wayne Street Mrs. E. McCabe, Sister April 12, 1918
CARMAN, William Sergeant; Headquarters 115th Field Signal Batt Camp Kearney, Calif. 113 Ocean Avenue Mrs. J. Carman, Mother April 12, 1918
CARROL [sic], Thomas Private; Co. B, 310th Inf. Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ No Entry Father May 15, 1918
CARROLL, James Corporal; Co. H, 50th Inf. Camp Greene, Charlotte, N.C. No Entry Father May 15, 1918
CARROLL, John J. Corporal, Co. B, 13th Machine Gun Bat. Fort Sam Houston, Texas 30 St. Paul's Avenue Edward Carroll, Father April 8, 1918
CARROLL, Patrick Private; 80th Co., 6th Regt., United States Marines, United States Exp. Force France No Entry Father May 15, 1918
CARUGAN, Thomas J. Sergeant; Base Hospital Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark. 199 Monticello Avenue Mrs. Anna Carugan, Mother April 12, 1918
CARUSO, Joseph A. Company Clerk; 104th? Ammunition Train Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 43? Coles Street No Entry May 15, 1918
CASSELL, Sidney Corp; Co. 2; Provisional Recruit Bat. Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ; Left a month ago for France 441 Jersey Avenue Sister May 15, 1918
CASSERLY, John J. First Class Private; Quartermaster Dept., Aux. Remount Depot Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. 186 Seventh Street Mother May 15, 1918
CHAPLIN, Thomas Private; Co. I, 113th Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 386 Princeton Ave. No entry. April 26, 1918
CIANI, James Private; 113th U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 356 First St. Mrs. Rose Ciani April 26, 1918
CIECIUCH?, Alexander B. Co. Clerk, Co. H, 319th? Infantry Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ 244 Seventh Street Frank Ciecuch (?), Sr. April 8, 1918
CLOSSEY, Patrick B. Second Class Machinist; Navy, U.S.S. Casco Halifax 505 Newark Avenue Mother April 12, 1918
COAR, George E. Private; Co. M., 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 69 Tuers Avenue Mrs. E. V. Coar, Mother May 15, 1918
COAR, Walter A. Military Police, Troop A; 104th Military Police Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 69 Tuers Avenue Mrs. E. V. Coar, Mother May 15, 1918
COCHRANE, John A. Private, First Class; 104th Engineers, U.S. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 253 Duncan Avenue Joseph Cochrane, Father April 8, 1918
COLE, William Sergeant; 3rd Detachment, Q.M.C. Camp Hill, Newport News, Va. 676 Ocean Avenue William Cole, Sr., Father May 15, 1918
COLMAN, Alexander Private; Mounted Orderly Detachment Culeton, Canal Zone ? Pavonia Avenue Elizabeth Colman, Sister May 15, 1918
COMENS, Charles E. Second Gunner's Mate; U.S. Alabama Fortress Monroe, Virginia 28 Lincoln Street Albert Comens May 15, 1918
CONKLIN, John N. Wagoner Supply Co, 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 81? Mill Road No Entry April 8, 1918
CONLON, William F. Private; Co. D, 310th Infantry; 4th Regiment Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. 112 Highland Avenue Mother April 26, 1918
CONNELLY, James Frances First Lieutenant; 127th Heavy Field Artillery Camp Cody, Deming, N.M. 13 East Hamilton Place Patrick and Bessie Connelly, Father and Mother April 26, 1918
CONNORS, John J. Chief Master at Arms, Navy, Armed Guard Receiving Ship at New York 293 Eighth Street Jessie Connors, Wife April 8, 1918
CONROY, Edward J. Private; 30th Reg. Eng. A.E.F. France 327 Van Horne Street Martin Conroy, Father May 15, 1918
CONROY, Sanford F. Private; Co. C; 502nd? Service Bat. Somewhere in France [unreadable] Thos. F. Conroy, Father May 15, 1918
CONSTANTINE, Arthur Private; 5th Brig, F.A. 5th Div. Reg Waco, Texas 132 Terhune Avenue Mr. and Mrs. L…? Constantine May 15, 1918
CONWAY, Gerald A. Private; 21st Engineers, Co. F Somewhere in France 37 Baldwin Avenue Mrs. E. Conway, Mother April 8, 1918
CORBALIS, Clement A. Sergeant; Company 20, 6th Battalion, 153d Depot Brigan? Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ 133 Glenwood Avenue Mrs. J. H. Corbalis, Mother April 8, 1918
CORBALIS, John H. Chief Yeoman; U.S. Navy, Naval Hospital Brookly, N.Y. 133 Glenwood Avenue Mrs. J. H. Corbalis, Mother April 8, 1918
CORBALIS, Joseph A. P. Chief Electrician (Radio); U.S.S. "Sabalo," scout patrol duty No entry 133 Glenwood Avenue Mrs. J. H. Corbalis, Mother April 8, 1918
CORCORAN, James Private; Co. I, 113th U.S. Inf. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 432 Claremont Avenue No Entry April 8, 1918
CORCORAN, Michael Private; Co. 24, 6th Battalion, 54th Depot Brigade Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ 432 Claremont Avenue No Entry April 8, 1918
CORDES, A. W., Jr. First Class Gunner's Mate; U.S.S. Guinevere European waters 312 Ocean Avenue Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cordes, Father and Mother May 15, 1918
CORDES, Otto Private; 5th Cavalry Fort Bliss, Texas 312 Ocean Avenue Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cordes, Father and Mother May 15, 1918
CORLISS, Walter V. Corporal; 12th Field Artillery, Battery C, United States Regulars, American Expeditionary Forces France 119 Highland Avenue Bartley Corliss, Father April 8, 1918
COSTELLO, John A. Corporal; Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 334 Monmouth Street Parents April 12, 1918
COUGHLIN, John First Class Private; 6th U.S. Engineers France 183 Dwight Street Mrs. Davey, Mother May 15, 1918
COYLE, Henry F. J., Jr. Corporal; Co. G, 303d Ammunition Train Camp Dix, Wrightstown, NJ 545 Jersey Avenue Mrs. Coyle, Mother May 15, 1918
CRAFT, Charles G. Private; Trench Mortar Battery, 33d Div., 3d Brigade Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas 784 Clinton Avenue Maria Craft, Mother May 15, 1918
CRANE, John Private; 112th Heavy Field Artillery, Headquarters Co., Sec. 4 Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 84 Forrest St. Mrs. And Mrs. A. L. Crane Father and Mother April 26, 1918
CRONIN, John P. Private; 22nd Provisional Ordnance Depot Camp Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina 568 Henderson Street Jeremiah Cronin, Father May 15, 1918
CRONLEY, Henry Fireman: U.S.S. Mount Vernon Hoboken 387 Grove St. Lulu Cronley, Mother April 26, 1918
CROSBY, Frederick W. Private; Co. M, 113th Reg. U.S. Infantry Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 198 Duncan Avenue F. C. Crosby, Father April 12, 1918
CROSBY, Orrin A. Private; Co. D., 310th Infantry Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. 198 Duncan Avenue F. C. Crosby, Father April 12, 1918
CULLIMORE, Raymond R. Seaman; U.S.S. Wadena New London, Conn. 388 Princeton Ave. Ida D. Cullimore, Mother April 26, 1918
CULNEN? [unreadable] Private; 113th U.S. Inf., Headquarters Co Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. 243 Newark Avenue Mrs. Culnen, Mother April 8, 1918
CUNNINGHAM, Thomas A. Co. I, 113th Inf. U.S.A. Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala. Bet. Henderson and Grove Streets No Entry April 8, 1918
CURTIS, Walter L. First Class Private; Battery A, 21st F.A. Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas 396 Jackson Avenue Mrs. H. Cure, Sister April 12, 1918
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