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Warren County, Ohio, World War I Veterans
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WALKER
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  • John Greig Walker (1896-1958)
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  • Merville R. Walker (1895-1940) - 17 Sup Train, Co. D. 42 (Rainbow) Div US Motor Transport Service
WALLACE
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WATERHOUSE
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  • George James Waterhouse (1893-1967) - Ohio, 1st Lieutenant, Company E 147th Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #7297 in Sec S Lot 141 on 1 Feb 1967
    • Warren County Soldiers of the 147th Infantry, 37th Division, AEF
    • Name: George James Waterhouse
      Age: 24
      Race: White
      Birth Date: 17 Aug 1893
      Birth Location: Corwin, Ohio, USA
      Enlistment Date: 15 Jun 1917
      Enlistment County: Lebanon
      Enlistment State: Ohio
      Enlistment Division: National Guard
      Comments: Co E 1 Infantry ONG (Co E 147 United States Infantry) to --; Officers' Training Corps Cp Stanley Tex to 20 Apr 1918; Co E 147 Infantry to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 29 May 1918 to accept Commission 2 Lieutenant Infantry 29 May 1918 from National Guard 148 Inf to disharge Camp Sheridan Alabama; Camp Lee Va; AEF; Camp Sherman Ohio Ypres-Lys; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. Wounded in action slightly 2 Nov 1918. AEF June 22, 1918 to March 22, 1919. Honoralbe Discharge 4 Apr 1919.
WASS
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  • Francis M. Wass (1897-1958) - Ohio, Sergeant, 166th Infantry Brigade, 42 Rainbow Division, World War I
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section B
    • Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 at Ancestry.com
      Name: Francis M. Wass
      Serial Number: 95328
      Race: W
      Residence: Lancaster, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Guard
      Enlistment Location: Lancaster, O.
      Enlistment Date: 19 Jul 1915
      Birth Place: Morrow, O.
      Birth Date / Age: 18 9/12 Years
      Assigns Comment: Co L Infantry ONG to 22 Aug 1917; Headquarters Company 166 Infantry to 26 Nov 1917; Co L 166 Infantry to Discharge Private, first class 15 Aug 1917; Sergeant 23 Aug 1917; Private 19 Nov 1917; Corporal 1 Dec 1918. Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; Defensive Sector. Wounded In Action slightly 30 July 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 18 Oct 1917 to 11 March 1919. Honorable discharge 25 March 1919.
      Volume #: 18
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  • Harry T. Wass (1900-1958) - Ohio, PFC, Company L, 166th Infantry Brigade, World War I; Purple Heart
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section B
    • Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 at Ancestry.com
      Name: Harry T. Wass
      Serial Number: 95190
      Race: W
      Residence: Lancaster, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Guard
      Enlistment Location: Lancaster, O.
      Enlistment Date: 19 Jul 1917
      Birth Place: Morrow, O.
      Birth Date / Age: 18 Years
      Assigns Comment: Co L 4 Infantry ONG (Co L 166 Infantry) to --; Section 2 Group 320 Motor Transport Corps to Discharge Private, first class 3 Sept 1917; Private 8 June 1918. Champagne-Marne; Defensive Sector. Wounded In Action slightly 15 July 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 29 Oct 1917 to 23 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 28 Apr 1919.
      Volume #: 18
WEBB
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WELCH
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  • Thomas W. Welch (1887-1977)
WELLS
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WELSH
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  • Walter Welsh (1893-1964)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with World War I flag holder - Interment #7064 in Sec K rev Lot 8-1 on 9 Ja n1964
  WHITACRE
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  WHITACRE
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  • Ralph Burdette Whitacre (1898-1997) - Private, Students' Army Training Corps
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Service Record from online Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 database at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      Name: Richard B. Whitacre
      Serial Number: 5286265
      Race: W
      Residence: R. F. D. 3, Blanchester, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Army LB 4
      Enlistment Location: Columbus, O.
      Enlistment Date: 12 Oct 1918
      Birth Place: Blanchester, O.
      Birth Date / Age: 1 Feb 1898
      Assigns Comment: Students' Army Training Corps OSU Columbus O to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 12 Dec 1918.
      Volume #: 18
 WHITE
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  • Alex White (1896-1964) - Kentucky, Private, Company H, 18th Infantry, World War I
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  • Grover C. White (1892-1944) - Ohio, Private, 212 Engineers, 12th Division
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  • Richard W. White (1876 - 1953) - Ohio Mech Ambulance Sec 571 World War 1
    • photo of gravestone at Hopkinsville Cemetery
    • Service Record from online Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 database at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      Name: Richard W. White
      Serial Number: 641201
      Race: W
      Residence: 903 Mound St., Cincinnati, O.
      Enlistment Division: Enlisted Reserve Corps
      Enlistment Location: Cincinnati, O.
      Enlistment Date: 29 Jun 1917
      Birth Place: Point Pleasant, O.
      Birth Date / Age: 41 6/12 Years
      Assigns Comment: United States Army Amb Service to Discharge Mechanic 17 Dec 1917. St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne. American Expeditionary Forces 13 June 1918 to 1 May 1919. Honorable discharge 16 May 1919. Called to active duty 5 Sept 1917. Awarded or Award Italian War Service Ribbon.
      Volume #: 18
WIEDERHOLD
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  • Edward F. Wiederhold Jr. (1898-1969) - Ohio, Pvt Stu Army Tng Corps World War I
WILLIAMS
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  • Dennie Williams (1896-1972) - Kentucky, PFC Company M, 22 Engineers World War I
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  • Herschel M. Williams (1895-1955) - US Army, World War I
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #7354 in Section C Lot 108 on 26 May 1955
    • Image:  The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday, May 26, 1955
      "...a World War I veteran, he was an active member of the Ralph P. Snook Post of the American Legion."
    • "Ralph E. Snook Post No. 186," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, October 16, 1919
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  • Sylvester Williams (1873-1919) - Spanish American War & World War I Canadian Expeditionary Force
WILLS
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  • Elmer D. "Jack" Wills (1899-1959) - US Army
WILSON
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  • Marc C. Wilson (1896-1982) - US Army World War I
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery  - Interment #8394 in Sec K lot 287 on 16 Sep 1982
    • "Marc Wilson," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), September 15, 1982
      " . . . He was a World War I veteran. . . ."
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  • Howard S. Wilson (1896-1992) - PFC, US Army, World War II
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  • Oakley W. Wilson (1901-1955) - Ohio, Private, Company E, 147 Infantry, World War I
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  • Wilbur Weldy Wilson (1889-1972) - Georgia, Corporal US Army World War I
WINFIELD
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  • Harley F. Winfield (1892-1957) - Ohio Pvt M.G. Co. 318 Inf. World War I
 WINKLER
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WOLFFRUM
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  • Edward Wolffrum (1894-1943) - Ohio; Private, 158 Depot Brigade
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec. 8 Lot 26-12
    • Service Record from online Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 database at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      Name: Edward Wolffrum
      Serial Number: 2930595
      Race: W
      Residence: Blanchester, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Army
      Enlistment Location: Greeley, Colo.
      Enlistment Date: 25 Jun 1918
      Birth Place: Fayetteville, O.
      Birth Date / Age: 26 Jan 1894
      Assigns Comment: 158 Depot Brigade to 18 July 1918; Co D 336 Infantry to 1 Aug 1918; 158 Depot Brigade to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 8 Dec 1918.
      Volume #: 19
    • Ohio Death Certificate #72789 (1943) Edward Wolffrum
      single white male
      veteran of W.W. #I
      born 26 Jan 1894 in Ohio to Humphrey Wolffrum & Marietta Hawthorne
      died 23 Nov 1943 at V.A. Hospital, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 26 Nov 1943 Franklin, Ohio
WOOD
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  • Lenox Wood (1895-1966) - US Army World War I
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Franklin Chronicle November 24, 1966
      "Mr. Wood was a member of Russell McElfresh Post 149, American Legion in Franklin, of Barracks 712, Veterans of World War I, Chapter 59, Disabled American Veterans and of the State Highway Patrol Auxiliary."
WOODSON
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WYLES
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  • Frank A. Wyles (1896-1947) - PFC, Military Police
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #6693 in Section B lot 107-3 in 25 Jan 1947
    • Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 at Ancestry.com
      Name: Frank Wyles
      Serial Number: 1540010
      Race: W
      Residence: Lebanon, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Guard
      Enlistment Location: Lebanon, O.
      Enlistment Date: 14 Apr 1917
      Birth Place: Cynthiana, KY.
      Birth Date / Age: 21 Years
      Assigns Comment: Co E 1 Infantry ONG to--; Co B 112 Military Police to 26 Oct 1918; 5 C Military Police Co to 12 March 1919; 284 Military Police Corps to Discharge Private, first class 25 Oct 1918. Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 27 June 1918 to 27 June 1919. Honorable discharge 5 July 1919.
      Volume #: 19
WYRICK
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  • Edward Wyrick (1891-1946) - Tennessee, PFC, US Army, World War I
       

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