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WORLD WAR I

1914 - 1918

PROCLAMATION

MILITARY REGISTRY DAY
Anadarko Tribune 07 Jun 1917

FIRST DRAFT
District #1 Headquarters at Anadarko
list of Names

District #2 Headquarters at Anadarko
list of Names

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THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES

Lieut. Amspacher, James W.
died in France
October 18th, 1918

Anderson, Andrew
Binger

Beckman, Willard
Hydro
Brown, William C.
Hinton

Cannon, Augustus "-Gus" Jr.
Anadarko
killed in France on October 17, 1918
the Anadarko VFW is co-named in his honor. Submitted by Tammy Hinton Denton, TX

Clancy, Wilmer
Binger

English, Robert I.
Bridgeport

Gatlin, Earl S.
Lookeba

Gilbert, Orliff R
Hinton

Gilum, Jesse V.
Hinton

Havens, John W.
Anadarko

Heffron, Walter R.
Lookeba

Hollarn, Frederick
Cyril

Link, Ollie C.
Pvt. 35th Division
died in France

Lynch, Albert H.
Lookeba
Metz, Carl
Ft Cobb
Phenicie, Frank T.
Hinton
01 Nov 1898
18 Feb 1918
Shepard, William W.
Carnegie

Smithpeter William V.
Fort Cobb
born 08-Mar-1892
died 13-Feb-1918
buried at Sea
First Caddo County WWI Casualty

Tallent, Ruben M.
Anadarko
90th Div, Hq 357th Inf Reg
born 25 Jan 1895
kia 12 Sep 12 1918

Wallis, George H.
Oney?

 Wegner, Albert
Cogar

  Wilkerson, James C.
Binger
16-May-1896
09-Aug-1918
Corp Co. A, Inf. 26 Div; WWI
son of A.G. Wllkerson
buried in Binger Cemetery

 


THOSE WHO SERVED

Alm, Emil B.
12 Jan 1890 16 Nov 1966
Ok Pot 1 Co 164 Depot Brig
.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Armstrong, Harry
13 Sep 1890 20 Mar 1950
Ok Pfc. Evac Hosp 33
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Ashley, George
31 Dec 1891 03 Apr 1964
Ok. Pvt. 10 Co 165 Depot
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Austin, Alvie G.
05 Jul 1898 07 Apr 1948
Mo. Wagr. 21 Fld. Arty 5 Div.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Austin, Phil M.
07 Sep 1894 07 Jun 1973
Ok Wagoner U.S. Army
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Ballew, Robert Ely
27 Oct 1895 14 Oct 1970

Ok. Capt. OMC
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Bangs, Joy
died 07 Apr 1929
Ok. Pvt. 161 Depot Brig.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Beall, Clyde E.
02 Oct 1895 21 Jul 1957
-
Ok Pvt 3 Div BN 165 Depot Brig
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Beall, John Edward
05 Jan 1891 31 Oct 1965

Tex. Pfc Co A 18 AMMO TN
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Beaver, Joseph
06 Jun 1892 02 Jun 1960

Ok Pfc Co M 11 BN 331 Inf.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Bosin, John Arthur Sr.
27 Dec 1894 18 Apr 1994
Pvt. U.S. Army
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Brooks, Mack
21 Dec 1891 07 Mar 1935

Ok Pvt 163 Depot Brig.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Butler, Marshall L.
04 Oct 1896 25 Feb 1946

O. Pvt. 79 Inf. 15 Div.
buried Memory Lane Cemetery

Hamett, Goffary (Doc) 
Just so some may remember this old
gentelman that gave to his contry in the
War to end all Wars.
Sounds so funny these days!!!!!!!!
Goffary (Doc) Hamett lived and died in Gracemont. Was the only auto mechanic there for years, He was loved and is missed

LOVE YOU GRAND DAD!
Submitted by Gerald Hammet

 Kuykendall, Noah Benjamin
08/14/1890 03/15/1978
Pvt., Army Infantry
registered for military service
 06/05/1917 in Garza, TX.
Was awarded the War Service Shevron, Victory Medal and two bronze stars for his participation in the battles of St. Mikiel and The Argonne. Drew a WW1 pension.
born in Indian Territory
buried in Carnegie Cemetery

Submitted by Judy Holley
Lefthand, Roy
04 Jul 1891 20 Nov 1958
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

May, George H.
04 Dec 1895 31 Mar 1950
OK CPL 125 Inf. 32 Div.
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Miller, George
1893 1971
OK PFC U.S. Army
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Nelson, Charles
born abt. 1895 who was the son of Francis Charles (Charlie) Nelson
Submitted by
Johnny King

Pike, Albert
Carnegie, OK
b. 11 May 1889 d. 29 Mar 1938
PVT. 359 INF DIV. WWI
Buried Alfalfa Cemetary, Alfalfa, OK
Submitted by Tim Fletcher

Scoot, Elwood
08 Feb 1897 06 Jul 1980
PVT U.S. Army

buried Rock Springs Cemetery
Shook, Samuel Baxter
4 Oct 1895 - 4 Apr 1988
Co. E. 59th Infantry
buried Evergreen Cemetery -Minco
view photo
submitted by Stephanie Dahlem Pounds

Skelton, Cyrus Houston
Pvt. Co. A 131st Machine Gun Bn
Inducted into Army on Oct 3, 1917 at Bridgeport, Ok; Left U.S. July 1818. Returned to States Oct 29, 1919;
Discharged: June 19, 1919 at Camp Boure, Texas; Character: Excellant
Submitted by Evelyn Skelton Sell

Smith, Julius C.
29 Oct 1885 03 Oct 1961
OK PVT CO C 113 Inf.
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Smith, Richard
01 Feb 1887 18 Mar 1963
SGT. Medical Dept.
buried Rock Springs Cemetery
Standing, Fremont Ross
15 Apr 1923 23 Feb 1972
OK PFC Btry A 548 AAA AW
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Stephens, Oscar 1
1 Jan 1894 31 Mar 1955
OK PFC Bty B 78 Fld. Art.
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Stevenson, Nuss
24 Dec 1888 07 Jun 1956
OK SGT. Btry E 54 Fld Art I
buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Watson, William

Click on picture to see actual size
Submitted by Edyth Sargent

Wolfe, John W. Jr.
29 Nov 1893 26 Nov 1969
Ok. CPL. 165 Depot Brig.

buried Rock Springs Cemetery

Wooten, Jasper Anderson
Pvt. U.S. Army World War One
R 822253
Citizen of Cement, Caddo County
born 15 Mar., 1892
Died   5 Oct, 1958
Gravesite 542 U.S. Soldier's Home
Washington, D.C.
He survived the Trenches
submitted by Wayne P. Wooten
 

 
French Memorial Certificate Recipiants
 
WW I Draft


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