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World War I Dead

Comprehensive List

Source Surname Deceased Given Name Deceased Rank Resided Notes
Soldiers of the Great War p. 345 ABBOTT Ronald W Private KIA
Bob O'Connor ACHILLES Louis     Lost at sea by sinking of USS Herman Frasch.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 345 ANDERSON Edwin P Private Port Richmond KIA
Bob O'Connor ANDERSON Edwin P.   Bond St., Port Richmond Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor BARDWELL Darwin Eugene Lieutenant New Brighton Accidentally killed in aviation camp in west.
Bob O'Connor BEAUVAIS Walton 1st Lieutenant 153 Main St., Tottenville Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 341 BEAUVAIS Walton U Lieutenant Tottenville KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 366 BERGHERR Henry A Private Stapleton Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor BERGHERR Henry A.   966 Van Duzer St., Stapleton Died of wounds.
Bob O'Connor BLAINE John J.   146 Winter Ave., NB Killed in Action
Mother's March BLOOM Edward Mother's March: Mrs. Annie Bloom
Soldiers of the Great War p. 343 BLOOM Edward A Corporal KIA
Bob O'Connor BLOOM Edward A. Corporal 14 Tredwell Ave., Port Richmond Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 343 BOGDANOWIS Edward M Corporal Linoleumville KIA
Bob O'Connor BOGNADOWIS Edward M. Corporal Linoleumville Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 346 BROWN Martin Oliver Private Pleasant Plains KIA
Bob O'Connor CARMICHEAL George A.   Stapleton Died of pneumonia on submarine chaser #213
Bob O'Connor CATERINO Peter Dominick   332 York Ave., New Brighton Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 347 CATERINO Peter Dominick Private New Brighton KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 347 CAVELLO Thomas Private Tottenville KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 357 CLARK Hamilton R Lieutenant Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor CLARK Hamilton R. Lieutenant Clifton Died of pneumonia overseas.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 347 CONLIN James R Private Castleton KIA
Bob O'Connor COSGROVE George H. Corporal   Died of wounds received in action.
Bob O'Connor COSTA Philip   Rosebank Died of pneumonia at Camp Upton
Bob O'Connor CREGAN George   943 Van Duzer St., Stapleton  
Bob O'Connor CRILLY Cornelius A.   Tompkinsville Drowned off the coast of Scotland
Soldiers of the Great War p. 348 DANIELS Maurice V Private Port Richmond KIA
Bob O'Connor DANIELS Maurice V.   Nicholas Ave., Port Richmond Killed in action Sept. 29th.
Bob O'Connor DAVIS Joseph M.   122 Hendricks Ave., NB Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor DAVISON Laurie E.   211 ward Ave., Tompkinsville Died of wounds
Soldiers of the Great War p. 360 DECARO Joseph Private West Brighton Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor DECKER Albert   28 South St., West NB Died of wounds.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 360 DECKER Albert Private Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 348 DECKER Byron W Private KIA
Bob O'Connor DECKER Byron W.   Bloomfield Killed in Action
Mother's March DEFORGE John Francis Mother's March: Mrs. Rebecca DeForge
Bob O'Connor DEPALMA Domenico   Tompkinsville Died of disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 360 DEPALMA Domenico Private Tompkinsville Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 348 DONOVAN James P Private KIA
Bob O'Connor DONOVAN James P.   New Brighton Killed in Action
Mother's March DUNLEAVY Andrew Mother's March: Mrs. Delia Dunleavy
Bob O'Connor EDEN Franklin   New Brighton Lost at sea after sinking of USS Cherokee.
Bob O'Connor EGBERT Arthur   West New Brighton Lost life on torpedoed transport President Lincoln
Mother's March EIERS Chris Mother's March: Mrs. Dora Eiers
Bob O'Connor FERRAND George "Sandy" Mach. Mate 1st Class Arrochar USS President Grant. Died by accident on 10/07/1917.
Bob O'Connor FICKEISEN Charles McDonald Corporal Livingston Killed in action on Sept. 29th.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 360 FINN Edward Private Richmond Turnpike Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor FITZ RANDOLPH, JR. Franklin   Great Kills Died of Disease
Mother's March FOOTE Eugene E Mother's March: Mrs. Anna Foote
Soldiers of the Great War p. 360 FORD James V Private New Brighton Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor FORD James Vincent   122 Fourth St., New Brighton Died of wounds.
Mother's March GARDNER John L Mother's March: Mrs. Elizabeth Cole
Soldiers of the Great War p. 349 GARDNER John L Private KIA
Bob O'Connor GARRETT Frank M. Private Stapleton Died of pneumonia at a hospital in France on 12/20/1918
Soldiers of the Great War p. 367 GILL Harry A Private Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor GILL Harry H.   Prospect St., Elm Park Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 349 GLISMAN Philip Private Prince's Bay KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 349 GORDEN Sam Private KIA
Bob O'Connor GORDON Samuel   Richmond Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 358 HAAS John Sergeant Grant City Died of Disease
Mother's March HANSA Frank Mother's March: Mrs. Marie Hansa
Soldiers of the Great War p. 364 HENRY Clifford W Lieutenant Rosebank Died of Wounds
Soldiers of the Great War p. 350 HESS Daniel Private Westfield KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 364 HEVER William J Lieutenant Rosebank Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor HIGGINS Francis W.   1381 Richmond Tpke. Lost from USS Aleede, sunk by German U-Boat.
Bob O'Connor HORENBURG Charles   Montgomery Ave., Tompkinsville Died in hospital in France
Soldiers of the Great War p. 361 HORENBURG Charles F Private Tompkinsville Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 342 HUSSEY Edward J Sergeant KIA
Bob O'Connor HUSSEY Edward J. Sergeant 144 Fourth Ave., New Brighton Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 368 KASTEL Albert M Private Springville Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor KELLS Edmund W. Corporal Brooke St., Tompkinsville Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor KEPPLER John   Stapleton Died from severe wounds
Soldiers of the Great War p. 368 KEPPLER John Private Stapleton Died of Wounds
Mother's March KIPLING Alfred R Mother's March: Mrs. Hattie Kipling
Bob O'Connor KISIELEROS Remen     Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 351 KISIELEROS Remen Private KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 351 KOMOROWSKI Wincenty Private KIA
Bob O'Connor KOMOROWSKI Wincinty   141 Newark Ave. Killed in Action
Mother's March KRIDER Charles C Mother's March: Mrs. Anna M Krider
Bob O'Connor KRYSZEWSKI Walter   Stapleton Lost at sea after sinking of USS Cherokee.
Bob O'Connor KUBATSKY J. Private Stapleton Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 351 KUBATSKY Joseph Private KIA
Bob O'Connor LAUB Harold   Lineoleumville Died of pneumonia going overseas.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 362 LAUB Harrold Private Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor LEONARD Michael J. Corporal Fort Wadsworth Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor LEVY Nathan   New Brighton Fell to his death down hatchway on President Lincoln.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 344 MACINTYRE Harold V Corporal KIA
Bob O'Connor MACINTYRE Harold V. Corporal Eltingville Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 362 MACKENZIE Angus Private Stapleton Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 369 MAHONEY Michael J Private New Brighton Died of Wounds
Soldiers of the Great War p. 369 MAIBAUER Hugo R Private Linoleumville Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor MAIBAUER Hugo R.   111 Decker Ave., Lineoleumville Died of wounds.
Bob O'Connor MASON Bernard William   Stapleton Died of pneumonia at Camp Pelham, NY
Soldiers of the Great War p. 362 MASSEY Peter L Private Tottenville Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor MCMEEKAN Arthur Wallace   New Brighton Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor MCNAMARA John Sergeant 250 Westervelt Ave., NB Died of wounds received in action.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 369 MCNAMARA John Private Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor MEIL Robert E.   63 Maple Ave., Rosebank Killed near Philadelphia Navy Yard
Bob O'Connor MICZIZKI Ludwik   5 York Ave., New Brighton Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 353 MICZJZCKI Ludwik Private KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 353 MILLER William W Private KIA
Bob O'Connor MOESER John Sergeant Tompkinsville Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 342 MOESER John Sergeant Tompkinsville KIA
Bob O'Connor MORGAN Lester N.   Lineoleumville Died of pneumonia at Camp McClellan, Ala..
Bob O'Connor MUIR Fenwick Sergeant Rosebank Died of pneumonia at Baltimore while in service of his country
Bob O'Connor OEHLMAN Arthur   Stapleton Died in guard service on aqueduct.
Mother's March OLSON Gustav E Mother's March: Mrs. G E Olson
Soldiers of the Great War p. 342 O'MEARA John W Sergeant Richmond Valley KIA
Bob O'Connor O'MEARA, JR. John W.   Richmond Valley Killed in action by a machine gun bullet on 11/01/1918
Mother's March O'REILLY Joseph V Mother's March: Mrs. Mary C O'Reilly
Soldiers of the Great War p. 362 O'REILLY Joseph V Private West New Brighton Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor O'REILLY Joseph Vincent Private 209 Taylor St., West NB Died of pneumonia in France
Bob O'Connor PAINE Alfred S.   37 Bement Ave., West NB Lost his life aboard USS Corington (07/01/1918)
Soldiers of the Great War p. 344 PALMIER Charles F Corporal KIA
Bob O'Connor PALMIER Charles F.   53 Metcalfe Ave. Killed, previously reported missing.
Bob O'Connor PETERSON Peter L. Private Port Richmond Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor PETRO Stephen   Lineoleumville Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 354 PETRO Stephen   Lineoleumville Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor PODSKOCH Josef   65 Maple Ave., Port Richmond Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 354 PODSKOCH Josef Private KIA
Bob O'Connor POHL Julius F.   Stapleton Drowned off coast of Italy, October 5, 1918
Soldiers of the Great War p. 364 POUCH Harold Nainsford Ludwik New Brighton Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor POUCH Howard Rainsford 1st Lieutenant 83 Daniel Low Terr., NB Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor RITTERHOFF Henry   Clifton Died of pneumonia in Arcadia, CA.
Bob O'Connor RODGERS Christopher   Lineoleumville Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor ROSSELL Daves Captain Staten Island Died of wounds.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 355 RUSSELL Almer G Private Tottenville KIA
Bob O'Connor RUSSELL Almer G.   Broadway, Tottenville Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor RUSSELL Charles   Tompkinsville Died of wounds.
Bob O'Connor RUSSO Louis Anthony   147 Fifth St., New Dorp. Died of wounds.
Bob O'Connor SADOUSKY August   New Brighton Died in hospital from wounds.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 363 SADOWSKY August Private New Brighton Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 370 SADOWSKY August Private New Brighton Died of Wounds
Soldiers of the Great War p. 355 SCHOUTEN Gerardus F Private Castleton KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 344 SCHULTES William Corporal KIA
Bob O'Connor SHAEVITZ Abe   New Brighton Killed in Action
Mother's March SIRAGUSA Joseph Mother's March: Mrs. Anna Siragusa
Bob O'Connor SLOSSON James Captain Staten Island Clubman Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor SMITH Benjamin Atley Quartermaster Brighton Heights Naval Aviation; Killed in accident at Charleston, SC
Bob O'Connor SMITH Elwood LaForge   13 Johnson Ave., Tottenville Died of pneumonia at Newport, RI.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 SORENSON John H Private Tompkinsville KIA
Bob O'Connor SPECK Walter   Rosebank Died of Disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 363 SPECK Walter Private Rosebank Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor STAATS Frederick   1189 Bay St., Rosebank Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 STAATS Frederick Private KIA
Bob O'Connor STELLENWERF Merron   26 Richmond Ave., Port Richmond Missing off the coast of France
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 SULLIVAN Thomas J Private West New Brighton KIA
Bob O'Connor SULLIVAN Thomas J.   Cary Ave., West New Brighton Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 SZALYKO John Private KIA
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 TAPPEN James J Private Stapleton KIA
Bob O'Connor TAPPEN James J.   67 Harrison St., Stapleton Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor THOMPSON William   New Brighton Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor TRUPPNER Herbert G. Sergeant 126 Dongan St., West NB U.S. Marines; Killed in Action.
Mother's March TRUPPNER Herbert Gerard Mother's March: Mrs. Johanna B Truppner
Mother's March UMLAND Albert J Mother's March: Mrs. Alice Umland
Bob O'Connor VAN PELT Abram   Bloomfield, Third Ward Died of wounds.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 356 WALKER Randolph St. George Jr. Private West Brighton KIA
Bob O'Connor WALKER, JR. Randolph St. George   West New Brighton Killed in Action
Bob O'Connor WATKINS Lionel Godfrey Sergeant Bard Ave., West NB Killed in Action
Soldiers of the Great War p. 365 WATKINS Lionel Godfrey Sergeant Port Richmond Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor WHITALL John Lieutenant West New Brighton Died of pneumonia in Chicago
Soldiers of the Great War p. 370 WHITE John E Private Rosebank Died of Wounds
Bob O'Connor WHITE John E.   Pennsylvania Ave., Rosebank Killed at French front.
Soldiers of the Great War p. 358 WOLFE Arthur Sergeant Died of Disease
Bob O'Connor WOODRUFF Henry G. Sergeant New Brighton Killed in Action
Mother's March WOODWARD Richard F Mother's March: Mrs. Effie W Woodward
Bob O'Connor WORNELL Howard   Mariners Harbor Died of disease
Soldiers of the Great War p. 364 WORNELL Howard Private Mariners Harbor Died of Disease


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