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*** Local War Heroes Honored ***

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  Leon L. Allen - Died October 20, 1918, Camp Greene, N. C.

  Abraham L. Anderson - Killed in action, October 21, 1918

  Carl William Anderson - Died at home, December 1924

  Philip Anderson - Killed in France, October 1921

  William F. Anderson - Died of wounds, October 23, 1918

  Louis W. Anderola (Anderton) - Died of wounds on September 29, 1918, at Argonne, Forrest

  Daniel Ernest Ashton - Died of spinal meningitis in France, April 22, 1918

  Charles E. Barnhart - Wounded in France on October 4, 1918, died of wounds October 19, 1918.

  James F. Black - Died October 25, 1918 - Transported from France.

  John F. Black - ???

  Thomas Blaine - Killed in action October 13, 1918 on the battlefields of France.

  William Floyd Boggs - Died from spanish influenza, October 14, 1918 at Camp Wise, Jacksonville, Florida

  Francis L. Bookwalter - Died of spinal meningetis on July 18, 1918 at Camp Hill, Newport News, Va.

  Hall B. Braham - Died of pneumonia at Fort Myer, Va., January 9, 1918

  Cecil O. Britton

  Whitten Leroy Broadbent (Mercer County) - killed in action in France on September 26, 1918

  Reed C. Bryson

  Frederick J. Buquo (Beaver County) - Died at Fort Clark, Texas, October 28, 1918

  Bruno L. Calabretta - Died at Camp Greene, North Carolina, January 7, 1918

  Donald John Campbell - Died at home, as result of war, December 12, 1921

  Ralph E. Cartwright - Died at home, as result of war, March 25, 1925

  Loventa Covati - Died at home, as result of war, January 15, 1922

  Joseph L. Cip

  William Muir Clark - Killed November 20, 1917 on the battlefields of France.

  Vincenzo Colella - Killed in action on October 14, 1918

  William John Davidson - Died in New York of pneumonia, January 21, 1919

  George D. Davis

  (na) Tony DeCarbo - Died at home, as result of war, May 29, 1920

  (na) Lolis DeCaprio -

  Carmine DeFrancisco

  Ivan E. Dinsmore - Killed in action, September 26, 1918

  Pietro Disimo

  Mike Dobrowlski (Dubrasky?) - Died of wounds received in Meuse-Argonne, October 6, 1918

  John H. Driscoll - Died at Brest, France of pneumonia, December 6, 1918

  Mike Dresno

  Joseph R. Earley (Reed Early ?) - Died of flu, embarkation hospital, Newport News, 10, 8, 1918

  (na) Melvin Fairweather - Killed on E. P. & S. W. R. R., July 25, 1916

  Cleophas Finely

  Francis John Flack - Killed in action, October 27, 1918

  Earnesto Fugo -

  (na) Joseph F. Furley - Died of pneumonia, Camp Maria, Texas, March 20, 1918

  (na) Vermont Gallagher - Electrocuted at home, November 16, 1921

  Harry R. Garraway (Garroway ?) - Died September 20, 1918

  Perry S. Gaston -

  Daniel Gianette

  Dale D. Gibson -

  Fred Glenn

  Harry David Good - Died at camp, October 1918

  (na) Richard Hannon - Died at Gov. hospital No. 49, Philadelphia, Pa., September 1924

  (na) James Hayes -

  John M. Hayes - Killed in action, October 29, 1918

  (na) Samuel D. Harbin - Died at home as a result of the war, January 24, 1923

  (na) William J. Harper - Died in North Carolina, as result of war, December 1919

  (na) Perry Hart -

  James E. Hershberger

  Emmit (or Emmet) C. Hinderlong - Wounded and died July 15, 1918, Marne Sector near Chateau

  Joseph Jacob (or Jacobs)(Private) - Killed in action, October 10, 1918. Pvt. Co. D, 319 Infantry

  William A. Jewell - Killed in second battle of the Marne, July 22, 1918

  Chas. W. Kahle - (Look on Claude W. Kahle)

  Claude W. Kahle (Chas. W. Kahle???) - Died of pneumonia at Le Mans, France, March 29, 1919

  Earnest Keeling, (Kee??ing) Jr. - Killed in action, August 8, 1918

  (na) - Edward M. Keelan - Died December 7, 1924. Complications.

  (na) William F. Keenan -

  Ignatz Kosin - Killed in Meuse Argonne, September 1918

  (na) Clarence Lash - Died of flu, October 1918

  Ray Lamm (Raymond L. Lam??on) - Died of wounds in France, September 26, 1918

  Levi L. Lehman

  Hiram A. Livingston - Died of pneumonia in France, December 22, 1918

  (na) Raymond Lunn - Died of flu, October 1918

  Robert Lutz - Died of flu, buried at sea, October 13, 1918

  Andrew J. Major - Died of flu, October 1918

  Peter Mannerino

  (na) John Marcella - Killed at Carnegie Steele Co., July 11, 1919

  John H. Marshall (possibly John H. Mason??)

  (na) John H. Mason (possibly John H. Marshall??) - Killed in action, battle of M?hiel, September 16, 1918

  Paul Matron

  Benjamin R. Metlin - Died of flu, October 12, 1918

  Charles A. Michaels (Michael?) - Died of flu, October 12, 1918

  Joseph Miller - Died of flu, October 12, 1918

  (na) Dewey Minteer -

  (na) William Minteer - Died at home, results of war, December 23, 1919

  Joseph Moran - Died of pneumonia in France, March 16, 1918

  Harry L. McBride - Killed in action, July 21, 1918

  Nathaniel McConahy (Sgt.) - Died in YMCA hospital, results of wounds, June 25, 1917

  Edward McCowin - Died as result of war, Parkview hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., May 21, 1919

  Norman John McCreary - Killed in action, June 16, 1918

  (na) Stephen McDonough - Died at Marion, Indiana as result of war, February 17, 1925

  (na) William McGee - Died at dayton, Ohio as a result of war, July 9, 1925

  Arthur H. McGill - Died of pneumonia at La Valdahon, France, February 11, 1919

  Joseph F. McGranahan

  (na) Glen D. McKinney - Died of wounds, Mihiel Drive, October 4, 1918

  (na) Harry McKissick - Died at home as a result of the war, November 13, 1923

  Edward R. McLaughlin

  Lawrence L. McMillen - Died of bullet wounds in France, April 7, 1918

  (na) Frank McMurray - Died at home, result of war, April 2, 1924

  (na) John W. Moore - Died at home, 6 weeks after return, April 26, 1918

  Rolland O. McNally (Private) - Died at camp, October 15, 1918

  William A. Nelson - Died following operation at Mesves, France, December 2, 1918

  Bono (Bobo??) Nenadic -

  John A. (or H.) Palmer - Killed in action, November 7, 1918

  David M. Pattison - Died of flu-pneumonia at camp in washington D.C., October 4, 1918

  Samuel G. Pedrick

  (na) Domenic Perrino - Died at Saranac Lake, N.Y., result of war, February 14, 1924

  Sterr Persinsky

  Francisco Pezzi

  James Phillips - Died as a result of wounds received in action, October 12, 1918

  (na) Lawrence P. Pitzer - Died at No. 12 Canadian hospital, Bramshott, England, October 12, 1918

  Pete Plisuk -

  Herschel Pope

  Floyd Porter - Died at Gettysberg, April 10, 1917

  John F. Porter

  (na) J. Wilbur Randolph - Died in Argonne, November 1, 1918

  James W. Randolph

  Amedeo Righi

  James Rockwell

  Norman L. Roe

  Robert R. Rogers

  John Salava

  Francis Satar (or Stater) - Died in camp, October 15, 1918

  Paul Simson (or Simison) - Killed at Camp Sherman, O., May 10, 1918

  Irvin D. Smith - Wounded and gassed. Died October 1918

  (na) Bert Stanhope (or Stamhope) - Died at home as result of war, May 23, 1925

  (na) Floyd Swisher - Died as the result of an operation, December 31, 1924

  (na) John Soloway - Missing in action

  Ralph C. (or O.) Smith - Died of flu-pneumonia, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 15, 1918

  Edward Thomas - Died in France as result of wounds, September 11, 1918

  (na) Edwin George Thompson - Died at home as a result of the war August 22, 1924

  Joseph Timlin

  Gaspreo Tomei

  Warren L. Torbert (or Tobert) - Died of pneumonia at Dayton, Ohio, October 4, 1918

  Camillo Trorana (or Trioiona) -

  John H. Troutman - Killed in action, October 26, 1918

  Guiseppe Tucci

  Joseph F. Turley

  Sam Tusco

  (na) James Valley (Vahey??) - Killed in R.R. accident, July 2, 1922

  David Waters - Killed in action, October 9, 1918

  Paul Edgar Wehr (or Weir) - Died of flu, Detroit, Michigan, October 10, 1918

  Robert W. Welsh

  Clare Ward - Died of flu-pneumonia in France, September 19, 1918

  Earl J. Watt -

  (na) Loring Wise - Was gassed. Died September 30, 1922


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