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From Hawkins County, Tennessee
This material is taken from the book, " With the Colors From Hawkins Co."  It lists men from Hawkins County that were in World War I.  It was published in 1920/21, with a selected number printed, by the Pressman's Home of Rogersville.  This book is being transcribed by  Rose Balish 

There are 20 names per page and are not in alphabetical order.

Page 18.       (These names now consists of  those who returned from service.)

#1    Mac Adams
     Private, infantry; son of Margaret and William Adams of Mooresburg;
born 25 Nov. 1890; entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., serving until 8
Dec.1918, when he was discharged on account of disability.

#2    Wickliffe D. Addington
     Sergeant Q.M.C. at Camp Johnson, Fla,; son of Henry W. and Nannie
H. Addington of Bulls Gap; born 7 Jan. 1901; promoted to Corporal,  22
Aug. 1918; promoted to Sergeant,  20 Oct. 1918; discharged, 12 Jan 1919.

#3    Milbern Allen
     Private, infantry; son of Davis and Susey Allen of Rogersville;
born 15 May 1897; entered service, 5 Aug 1918 at Camp Shelby,
Hattiesburg, Miss.; served for the duration of the war there.

#4     Clarence W. Alley
     Private, Company D, 318th M.G.Bn.; son of Clayton C. and Tennessee
Alley of Church Hill; born 10 Mar 1891; entered service, 4 Oct 1917, at
Camp Gordon, Ga., transferred to Camp Jackson, S.C.; sailed overseas, 2
Aug 1918.

#5    Claude C. Alley
     Private, 306th Engineers; son of Clayton C. and Tennessee Alley of
Church Hill; born 21 Mar. 1889; entered service, 4 Oct. 1917 at Camp
Gordon, Ga.; transferred to Camp Jackson, S.C., where he served during
the war.

#6    Jesse C. Alley
     Private, Ordiance Co. B; son of Clayton C. and Tennessee Alley of
Church Hill; born 9 Nov 1894; entered service , 24 Jun 1918 at Camp
Gordon, Ga.; transferred to Camp Perry, Ohio.

#7    Paul Preston Alley
     Private, carpenter, 14th Construction Co.; son of Clayton C. and
Tennessee Alley of Church Hill; born 23 Feb 1893; entered service, 17
May 1918, at Camp Sevier, Greenville, S.C.; sailed overseas, 9 Aug 1918.

#8    Don Mitchell Alvis
     Private, M.G. Bn; son of James and Rosa Alvis of Rogersville,
Tenn.;entered service 4 Oct 1917, at Camp Gordon, Ga.; sailed overseas
Aug. 1918.

#9    Eugene H. Alvis
     Corporal M.T.C.; son of Mr and Mrs Bud Alvis of Rogersville;
entered service 24 June 1918, at Camp Gordon, Ga.; returned home, 25 Jun
1918; entered training at University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 1 July
1918; sailed overseas 1 Oct 1918. Promoted to corporal, Feb 1919;
returned home and was discharged shortly after this date.

#10    Robert Kyle Amyx
     Corporal, Engineers; son of H.J. and Laura Amyx of Sneedville; born
19 Feb 1892; entered service 21 Sep 1917, at Camp Gordon, Ga.;
transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C.; sailed overseas 26 May 1918; promoted
to corporal, Nov. 1918; received discharge, 21 Apr 1919.

#11    Edgar Anderson
     Private, Company E, 140th infantry; son of James and Mary J.
Anderson of Surgoinsville; born 27 May 1894; entered service, 24 June
1918 at Camp Gordon, Ga.; sailed overseas, Aug 1918.

#12    Garnie Anderson
     Private, infantry; son of Perry and Bettie Anderson of Church Hill;
born 22 Sep. 1895; entered service, 21 Sep. 1917 at Camp Gordon, Ga.;
sailed overseas, April 1918.

# 13    James D. Anderson
     Private, 164th infantry, Co. H, 41st Div.; son of W.M.and L.R.
Anderson of Church Hill; born 9 April 1896; entered service, 22 July
1918, at Camp Gordon, Ga.; sailed overseas, 15 Sep 1918. Sailed from
France on U.S.S.President, 8 Feb. 1919, arriving in New York, 26 Feb
1919.

#14    Kyle E. Anderson
     Private, infantry; son of Perry and Bettie Anderson of Church Hill;
born 22 April 1894; entered service, 1 Jul 1918 at Camp Pike, Little
Rock, Ark.; sailed overseas Sep. 1918.

#15    Luther Anderson
     Private, Company A, 601st Engineers; son of Isaac and Laura
Anderson of Rogersville; born 5 April 1894; entered service at Camp Lee,
Petersburg, Va.; sailed overseas June 1918; wounded Nov. 1918, just
before the signing of the armistice.

#16    Alfred Armstrong
     Private, Co. A 117th infantry, 30th Div.; son of Jake Armstrong of
Church Hill; born 27 Aug. 1889; entered service, 21 Sep. 1917, at Camp
Gordon, Ga.; transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C.; sailed overseas, 11 May
1918; went over the top four times, receiving wounds during the battle
of Malain, 17 Oct. 1918.

# 17    Orville Armstrong
     Private, Company C, 383rd infantry, 96th Reg.; son of Jake
Armstrong of Church Hill; born August 1887; entered service, 22 Oct.
1918, at Camp Wadsworth, S.C., where he served for the duration of the
war; discharged and returned home, 17 Dec 1918.

#18    John W. Arnold
     Private, 1st Cl. infantry; son of J.W. and M.L. Arnold of
Surgoinsville; born 23 April 1896; entered service, 21 Sep 1917, at Camp
Gordon Ga.; transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C.; sailed overseas, 11 May
1918, serving with the A.E.F. until 27 Mar 1919; wounded in battle 17
Oct 1918.

# 19    Samuel Arnold
     Private, 169th M.G.Bn.,28th Div.; son of J.W. and M.L. Arnold of
Rogersville; born 8 Aug.1888; entered service, 25 May 1918 at Camp Pike,
Little Rock, Ark.; sailed overseas, 1 Aug 1918. He was not in any of the
big battles but was holding the lines under constant shell fire.

#20    James Arthur Ashe
     Private, 57th Pioneer infantry, Motor Truck Div.; son of John and
Emma Ashe of Pressman's Home; born 25 May 1897; entered service, 5 Sep.
1918, at Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S.C.; sailed overseas, Sep.1918;
returned home in July 1919, having received his discharge.

Page 20.       (These names now consists of  those who returned from service.)

#1    Clyde H. Moneyhun
    Supply Sergeant, Hospital Corps. Son of J.A. and Lillie B. Moneyhun
of Eidson. Born 28 Jan 1891. Entered
service at Camp Gordon, Ga., 24 Sept.1917. Sailed overseas 24 May 1918
and was on the firing line when the
armistice was signed.

#2.   Ernest Thurman
    Private, 1 class Med. Corps. Son of Ben and Charlotte Thurman of
Rogersville. Born 18 June 1893. Promoted to
private first-class and received nurse's rating 18 Sept. 1918. Served at
Camp Mills, N.Y.

#3    James Hiram Shipley
    Sergeant, Engineers. Son of Mary E. and G. W. Shipley of Church
Hill. Born 6 May 1894. Entered service 3 Oct.
1917, at Camp Gordon, Ga. Transferred to Camp Upton and sailed overseas
29 Jul 1918. He was in the last drive
and on the front when the armistice was signed. Not wounded, but knocked
down by explosive shell during one battle.

#4    Clyde Chesnutt
    Private, Artillery. Son of Mr. and Mrs J.L.Chesnutt of Rogersville.
Born 1887.
Entered service 21 Sept.1917, at Camp Gordon, Ga., with 318th Field
Artillery and was Transferred to Camp
Jackson, S.C.. Sailed overseas 1 Aug. 1918.

#5    Marcelle Hawkins
    Private, Infantry. Son of H.W. and  Lou M. Hawkins of Church Hill.
Born 21 Dec. 1895. Entered service at Camp
Jackson, S.C., on 27 April 1918, serving for twenty-two days and being
honorably discharged on account of poor
health.

#6     Lee Goodson
    Private, Infantry. Son of P.B. and J.F. Goodson of Persia. Born 2
Dec 1894. Entered service at Ft. Oglethrope,
Ga. 13 May 1918, and was later transferred to Camp Forrest. Sailed
overseas 4 July 1918.

#7    Mina Goodson
    Private, Co.B.,117th Infantry, 30th Div. Son of P.B. and J.F.
Goodson of Persia. Born 20 Oct. 1891. Entered
service at Camp Gordon, Ga., 20 Sept. 1917, and was later transferred to
Camp Sevier, S.C. Sailed overseas 19
May 1918, and returned home 27 Mar 1919, landing at Charleston, S.C.

#8    Michael Fitzgerald Walsh
    Corporal, Hdq.Company 332d Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G.
Walsh of Rogersville. Born in Hawkins County. Entered service at Camp
Gordon, Ga., 3 Oct. 1917, sailing overseas 1 Jul 1918.

#9    Arthur Barrett
    Private,Company B., 57th Pioneer Infantry. Son of J.N. and Maggie
Barrett of Rogersville. Born 1897. Entered service 5 Sept. 1918, at Camp
Wadsworth, S.C. Sailed overseas 28 Sept. 1918, arriving home again 6 Mar
1919.

#10    Luther B. Bailey
    Private, Ordinance Corps. Son of C.C. and Charlotte Bailey of Burem.
Born 6 Nov. 1893. Entered service 4 Jun 1918, at Camp Gordon, Ga.,
transferred to Metuchen, N.J. and later to Curtis Bay, Md.

#11    Garret L. Trent
    Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Trent of Eidson, Tenn.
Born 19 Feb. 1898. Entered service at Lincoln Memorial University at
Harrogate, Tenn.

#12    Henry C. McLain
    Private, M.G. Batt. Son of H.W. and S.E. McLain of Persia. Born
1896. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,
21 Sept. 1917. Sailed overseas April, 1918.

#13    Homer F. Luster
    Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Luster of Persia. Born 1895.
Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., 8 Sept. 1917, sailing overseas 1
May 1918. Helped to break the Hindenberg line Oct. 1918, and went over
the top several times.

#14    Charlie Claude Light
    Private, Radio Service. Son of Josephine Light of Burem. Born 7 Aug
1896. Entered service at Clemson College, Calhoun, S.C., 19 Sept. 1918,
continuing until 8 Dec in the radio signal service.

#15    Hannibal E. Bass
    Private, Field Artillary. Son of John M. and Sallie Bass of
Surgoinsville. Born 3 Nov 1891. Entered service at Camp Jackson, 25 May
1918, serving until 3 Jan. 1919,  when he was honorably discharged.

#16    Cleon A. Moore
    Private, Infantry. Son of Cleon R. and Sarah Moore of Mooresburg.
Born 14 Jan 1896. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., 21 Sept. 1917,
later being transferred to Camp Sevier. Sailed overseas May 1918.

#17    Strum Carson Bradley
    Corporal, M.T.C. No. 543. Son of J.C. and Rena Bradley of
Rogersville. Born 8 July 1890. Entered service at the University of
Tennessee, 1 Jul 1918, being transferred to Camp Joseph Johnson. Sailed
overseas 1 Oct 1918.

#18    Kyle Jackson
    Sergeant, 125th Infantry. Born 1 Jan 1893. Entered service at Camp
Pike, Ark., 25 May 1918. Sailed overseas 16 Aug. 1918, and was wounded
in the battle of Argonne 17 Oct 1918.

# 19    James Luther Trent
    Private, Engineers. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Trent of Eidson. Born
19 Oct. 1895. Entered service at the University of Kentucky, Lexington,
Ky. Sailed overseas about 1 Sept. 1918. Was also placed in training
school at Beaune, France, for
 engineering work.

#20    Roy Q. Lawson
    Private, Infantry. Son of Mary E. Lawson of Klondike. Entered
service 25 May 1918, at Camp Pike, Ark., and was later transferred to
Camp Merritt, N.J., where he served until the close of war.

Page 22.       (These names now consists of  those who returned from service.)

#1    Robert Mitchell
    Private, First Class, 117th Infantry, 30th Div. Son of Nancy
Mitchell of Church Hill. Born 1896. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,

21 Sept.1917, being transferred to Camp Sevier later. Sailed overseas 11

May 1918 , and was wounded at the battle of St. Quinteen, 7 Oct 1918.

#2.    Alfred Barker
    Private, Company A, 53rd Infantry. Son of Harvey and M.J. Barker at
Pressmen's Home, Tenn. Born 5 Mar.1895. Entered service at Camp Jackson,

S.C., 27 April 1918, sailing overseas 6 Aug 1918. Returned home safely
after several months abroad.

#3    Calvin Woods
    Private, Q.M.C. Son of Linda Woods of Rogersville. Entered service
at Camp Greene, Charlotte, N.C., 30 Aug 1918.

#4    Dudley Patrick Greer
    Private, Infantry. Son of John and Emiline Greer of Suroginsville.
Entered service at Fort Thomas, KY., 8 July 1918. Did not get across but

was transferred to Camp Sheridan and thence to Camp Gordon where he was
discharged.

#5    Dewitt Marshall
    Private, Infantry. Son of John and Josephine Marshall of Church
Hill. Born 11 Feb. (1918?). Entered service at Camp Pike, Little Rock,
Ark., 25 May 1918, Sailing overseas Aug. 1918.

#6    John W. Mullins
    Private 20th Field Artillary. Son of Mike and Alice Mullins of
Church Hill. Born 7 June 1888. Entered service at Camp Gordon, on 21
Sept.
1917, sailing overseas 14 Jun 1918.

#7    Clay Lane
    Corporal, Bat.F, 318th Field Artillary. Son of S.S. and Kate Lane of

Church Hill. Born 3 Feb 1896. Entered service at Camp Gordon,  21 Sept
1917 and transferred to Camp Jackson, S.C., shortly thereafter. Sailed
overseas 5 Aug. 1918, with the 81st Div.

#8    Joe B. Marsh
    Private, Company A.,18th Infantry. Son of John Marsh of Church Hill.

Born 17 Mar. 1892. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 24 June 1918,
sailing
overseas 18 Aug. 1918. Wounded in battle on 6 Nov. 1918.

#9    Henry C. Gulley
    Private, Infantry. Son of O.Z. and Mollie Gulley of Bulls Gap.
Entered service at Camp Gordon, on 21 Sept. 1917, and was later
transferred
to Camp Jackson. Sailed overseas, 6 April 1918 and was wounded in battle

18 Oct. 1918.

#10    John W. Marsh
    Private, Artillary. Son of John Marsh of Church Hill. Born 18 Dec
1887. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 21 Sept. 1917, later transferred
being to
Camp Jackson, where he remained until his discharge.

#11    Harvey B. Williams
    Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert William of St. Clair.
Born 22 Sept. 1894. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., 8 July 1918;
transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala. on 10 July 1918,  and thence to Camp
Gordon, 10 Dec. 1918, where he was mustered out of service on 28 Jan.
1919.

#12 Clyde Edgar Davis
    Corporal, Engineers. Son of W.H. and Mrs. W.H. Davis of Church Hill.

Born 2 Feb. 1886. Entered service at Camp Gordon, 21 Sept. 1917, being
later transferred to Camp Jackson. He was promoted to Corporal after
going to France.

#13    Arlie V. Gonce
    Private, 45th Infantry. Son of Harve and Martha Gonce of  Eidson.
Born 25 Dec 1892. Entered service at Ft.Thomas, Ky., on 8 July 1918,
later being transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.

#14    W.D. Sandidge
    Private, Q.M.C. Son of F.A. and H.M. Sandidge of Stony Point. Born 9
Feb 1896. Entered service at Syracuse, N.Y., on 2 Aug 1918, being later
transferred to Newport News, Va. Did not sail overseas due to the
signing of the Armistice.

# 15    James T. Short
    Private, Company E., 5th Pioneer Infantry. Son of Wm. and C.A. Short
of Bulls Gap. Born 19 Aug. 1893. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth,
S.C., on 23 Sept. 1918.

#16    Gilbert N. Phillips
    Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G.G. Phillips of Bulls Gap.
Born 8 Dec. 1899. Entered service at Carson-Newman College, at Jefferson
City, on 10 Oct. 1918.

#17    George Cleveland Alvis
    Private, Batt. C., 318th Field Artillery. Son of J.W. and H.E. Alvis
of Rogersville. Born 23 Sept. 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 21
Sept. 1917,  being later transferred to Camp Jackson, S.C.

#18    Stokly A. Brooks
    Corporal, Company D, 318th Machine Gun Batt. Son of Joseph D. Brooks
of Mooresburg. Born 19 Jan 1893. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 21
Sept. 1917, and was transferred to Camps Jackson and Hancock. Sailed
overseas Aug. 1918.

# 19    William Henry Orrick
    Private, Infantry. Son of Wm. and Millie Orrick of Mooresburg. Born
9 June 1887. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 24 June 1918, serving for
three months, at which time he was discharged on account of bad health.

#20    James E. Gonce
    Private, 117th Infantry. Son of Harve and Martha Gonce of Eidson.
Born 24 Oct. 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon on 21 Sept. 1917,
transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C., and sailed overseas 10 May 1918.

Page 24.       (These names now consists of  those who returned from service.)

#1    David P. Buchanan
    Private. S.A.T.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan of Mooresburg.
Entered Caron-Newman college at Jefferson City, 7 Oct 1918.

#2.   Alvin Fain
    Private, Company D., 318th M.G.Batt. Son of Amanda and Ernest Fain
of Eidson. Born 22 Nov 1887. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga. on 6
Sept. 1917, sailing overseas with the first units. He was engaged in
several battles, prominent among which was Verdun.

#3    Lee Roy Williams
    Private, Infantry. Son of Henry and Lauta Williams of Rogersville.
Entered service at Camp Wadsworth on 5 Sept. 1918.

#4    Clarence Simmons
    Private, Infantry. Son of  D.F. and Annie Simmons of Rogersville.
Born 10 Feb 1897. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 23 Aug. 1918.

#5    John Clinton Jones
    Private, Infantey. Son of Amanda Jones of Rogersville. Born 1894.
Entered service at Fort Thomas Ky, on 8 July 1918.

#6    John Reed Payne
    Corporal, Infantry. Son of Mack and Annie Payne of Mooresburg. Born
17 Nov. 1891. Entered service at Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Washington, on 4
Oct 1917 and was promoted to corporal on 22 May 1918. Sailed overseas 4
Jul 1918.

#7    Walter A. Payne
    Private, Infantry. Son of Mack and Annie Payne of Mooresburg. Born
23 Nov 1889. Entered service at Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Washington, on 29
April 1918. Sailed overseas 4 Jul 1918.

#8    Edgar York Ragle
    Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Ragle of Church Hill.
Born 11 Dec 1898. Entered East Tennessee State Normal 11 Oct. 1918 at
Johnson City, Tenn.

#9    John Luther Robinette
    Sergeant, Infantry. Son of M.F. and N.J. Robinette of Persia. Born
29 May 1892. Dates of enterance into service and sailing not known. He
was wounded in the battle of Champagne on 8 Oct. 1918.

#10    Hillery Robinette
    Private, Ambulance Corps. Son of M.F. and N.J. Robinette of Persia.
Born 7 Dec 1887. Entered service at Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark. on 25
May 1918. Sailed overseas.

#11    Ott E. Coward
    Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Coward of St.Clair. Born
Aug. 1896. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C. on 5 Sept. 1918,
sailing overseas 10 Oct 1918.

#12    John Jones
    Private, M.G.Batt. 5th div. Son of Elisha and Crittie Jones of Honey
Cutt. Born 3 July 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept.
1917., sailing overseas April 1918. Did service with the M.G.Batt. of
the 11th Infantry.

#13    Clarence A. Christian
    Private, Company B., 125th Infantry. Son of Nathan and Martha Ellen
Christian of Church Hill.Born 1894.Entered service at Camp Pike, Little
Rock, Ark., on the 24 May 1918, sailing overseas 19 Aug 1918.

#14    John W. Bussel
    Private, Infantry. Son of B.L. and E Bussell of Church Hill. Born
1895. Entered serviceat Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918, and was
trannsferred to Camp Merritt from which point he saile overseas in Aug.
1918.

#15    Parvin Smith
    Private, 318th Artillery, 81st Div. Son of William and Elizabeth
Smith of Church Hill. Born 16 April 1891. Entered service at Camp
Jackson, S.C., on 27 April 1918., sailing overseas on 8 Oct 1918.

#16    Joseph B. Wininger
    Private Infantry. Son of Phillip and Emeline Wininger of Church
Hill. Born
17 Feb 1894. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 July 1918, and
was discharged from service from Camp Sheridan, Ala., on 24 Feb 1919.

#17    Preston Parker
    Private , Infantry. Son of Elias Parker of Church Hill. Born 2 Sept.
1895. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on 24 June 1918, and was
discharged from service 29 Dec 1918.

# 18    John H. Jeeter
    Private, Infantry. Son of R.L. and J. Jeeter of Church Hill. Born
Aug 1895. Entered service at Camp Pike, on 25 Aug.1918, later being
trannsferred to Camp Merritt from which point he sailed overseas.

#19    John J. Wolfe
    Private, 45th Infantry. Son of C.D. Wolfe of Church Hill. Born 21
Mar 1896. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 Jul 1918, and was
transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.

#20    B.H.Wininger
Private, Infantry. Son of J.C. and M.E. Wininger of Church Hill. Born 4
Nov 1893.
Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on 25 May 1918, sailing overseas in
August of this same year.

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#1    Samuel Long
    Sergeant, Artillary. Son of A.C. and Lucretia Long of Church Hill.
 Born 17 Sept. 1886. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 5 Sept.
 1917, being later transferred to Camp Jackson. Promoted to corporal on
 24 Nov.1917, and to sergeant on 23 April 1918. Sailed overseas
 7 Aug. 1918. Stationed at Toulouse University, France.

#2    Eckle S. Walters
    Wagoner, 117th Infantry. Son of Enoch Walters of Church Hill. Born
 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917. Sailed
 overseas 10 May 1918.

#3    Cecil D. Walters
    Mechanic, Infantry. Son of H.W. Walters of Church Hill. Born
 20 Sept. 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on 21 Sept 1917.
 Sailed  overseas 11 May 1917.(?) Helped break the Hindenburg Line at
 Bellecourt and also in Belgium at Ypres.

#4    Edd E. Clemens
    Private, Infantry. Son of Robert and Mazzy Clemens of Church Hill.
 Born 29 April 1894. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on
 8 July 1918, being later transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga.

#5    Adison Reed Long
    Private, Engineers. Son of John S. and Maranda Long of Bulls Gap.
 Born 11 Aug. 1894. Entered service at Camp Jackson on 27 April 1918.
 Sailed overseas on 30 June 1918.

#6    Edward Short
    Private, Company B, 45th Infantry. Son of Jim and Liza Short of
 Bulls Gap. Born 1893. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on
 8 July 1918, being transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.

#7    Edgar W. Marshall
    Corporal, 318th Field Artilllery, 81st Div. Son of E.G. and Sarah
 Marshall of Surgeonsville. Born 4 May 1892. Entered service at Camp
 Jackson, S.C., on 27 April 1918, sailing overseas 8 Aug. 1918.

#8    Willie B. Patterson
    Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Clyde and Elsie Patterson of Surgeonsville.
 Born 24 April 1899. Entered East Tennessee Normal School at Johnson
 City on 7 Oct. 1918.

#9    John J. Conant
    Private, Infantry. Son of W.C. and R.E. Conant of Church Hill. Born
 3 March 1897. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C., on
 5 Sept. 1918, sailing overseas September 1918.

#10   Ornet W. Jones
    Private, Engineers. Son of O.C. and Lucy Jones of Burem. Entered
 service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept. 1917, and was honorably
 discharged at Camp Sevier, S.C. on 9 Dec 1918.

#11   Robert D. Bradshaw
    Private, Infantry. Son of R.E. and Annie Bradshaw of Honey Cutt.
Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on 25 May 1918, sailing for France
on 16 Aug. 1918. He arrived home again, landing at Hoboken, N.J. on
 2 April 1919.

#12   Perry B. Pearson
    Corporal, 117th Infantry. Son of P. and Alice A. Pearson of Lee
Valley. Born 3 Oct. 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
 21 Sept 1917, later going to Camp Sevier, S.C. Promoted to corporal on
 2 March 1919, while in France, for which he sailed on 11 May 1918.
Wounded in battle of Premont on 8 Oct. 1918, with shrapnel. Received an
honorable discharge at Fort Oglethrope, Ga., on 18 April 1919.

#13   Luther Hurd
   Private, Company B, 57th Infantry. Son of James and Leaner Hurd of
Eidson. Born 1897. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C.,5 Sept.1918.

#14   J.Aubrey Weisgerber
   Corporal, Engineers. Son of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Weisgerber of
Rogersville. Born 30 Oct. 1898. Entered service 15 July 1917, Company
A,  501st Batt., Engineers. Received training at Fort Oglethrope, Ga.,
Washington, D.C. and Camp Merritt, N.J. Sailed overseas 28 Oct.1917(?)

#15   Austin G. Floyd
   Private, Infantry. Son of William and Fannie Floyd of Rogersville.
 Born 18 April 1892. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept.
1917. Transferred to Camp Sevier and sailed overseas on 11 May 1918.
Discharged at Fort Oglethrope, Ga., on 17 April 1919, after 10 month's
service in France.

#16   Smith Powell
   Private, Infantry, Machine Gun, Batt. son of S.G. and M.J. Powell
of   Church Hill. Born 30 April 1892. Entered service at Camp Gordon on
 21 Sept. 1917, sailing overseas on 6 Aug. 1918.

#17   Mack Ford
   Private, Company B, 57th Infantry. Son of Thomas and Frances Ford
of   Church Hill. Born 28th April 1897. Entered service at Camp
Wadsworth on  5 Sept 1918. Transferred to embarkation camp and sailed
overseas on
 2 Nov 1918.

#18   Sam Green
   Corporal, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Green of Rogersville.
Born  19 Jan 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept
1917,  sailing overseas on 25 May 1918. Honorable discharged on 16 April
1919.

#19   Ronald Earl Heck
   Corporal, Infantry. Son of Jacob W. and Mary E. Heck of St.Clair.
 Born  21 Jun 1896. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C., on
 5 Sept. 1918, sailing overseas the latter part of September 1918.

#20   Landon H. Heck
   Private, First Class, Infantry. Son of Jacob and Mary E. Heck of
 St. Clair. Born 10 June 1899. Entered service at Fort Oglethrope.,
transferring to Beauregard and Taylor later. Promoted to Private, First
Class, in September 1918.

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service.)

#1      Felix Edward Baker
    Private S.A.T.C. Son of H.J. and Callie Baker of Whitesburg. Born
 27 April 1899. Entered the University of Tennessee at Knoxville
 7 Oct.1918.

#2      George R. Rokestraw
    Private, First Class, Infantry. Born the 26 July 1891. Entered
service at Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918, sailing overseas on 2 Sept.
1918. He did not engage in any battles.
 
#3      Gale Bray
    Private, Infantry, 137th Div. Son of Lathe and Ella Bray of
Eidson.   Born 1 March 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga. on 24
June 1918,  sailing from Boston 1 July 1918 for France. On Verdun front,
on 12 Sept.  engaged as a runner for Regimental Headquarters. Lost in
No-man's-land   for four days. Returned to U.S., landing at Newport
News, Va., thence to  Battle Creek, Mich.

#4      Floyd Davis
    Private, 45th Infantry. Son of Samuel and Vinie Davis of Eidson.
 Born 16 Mar 1890. Entered service at Fort. Thomas, Ky.,on 8 July 1918,
and was transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.

#5      Cleveland Morelock
    Private, Company M, 18th Infantry. Son of Marion and Hanok Morelock
 of Church Hill. Entered service at Camp Pike on 25 May 1918. Sailed
overseas shortly after this date.

#6      Earl S. Clifton
    Corporal, Radio Company, 326th F.S. Batt. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E.S.
Clifton of Rogersville. Born 30 May 1895. Entered service at Fort
Leavenworth, Kan. and was transferred to Camp Wadsworth, S.C. Later
went  to embarkation point and sailed overseas in August of 1918.

#7      Sam Lee Haun
    Private, Infantry. Son of P.A. and M.J. Haun of Persia. Born 1891.
Entered service at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., on 4 Sept. 1918.

#8      John N. Hurst
    Corporal, 117th Infantry. Son of S.F. and Mary Hurst of Persia.
Born  13 March 1893. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga. on 21 Sept.
1917,   later being transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C. Sailed overseas on
 11 May 1918, and was promoted to to Corporal on 18 Oct. 1918.
 
#9      Curtis M. Combs
    Corporal, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Combs of Rogersville.
 Born 28 May 1899. Entered service on 1 June 1918, at Camp Jackson,
S.C.,  sailing overseas on 29 July 1918.

#10     Ralph Kirkpatrick
    Private, First Class, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kirkpatrick of Persia. Born 9 Dec. 1895. Entered service at Camp
Gordon,  Ga. on 24 June 1918, later being transferred to Camp McCellan.
Promoted  to private , first class on 4 Dec 1918. Discharged 15 March
1919.

#11     Roy Bernard McLain
    Sergeant, Infantry. Born 1 May 1893. Entered service at Camp Gordon
21 Sept. 1917, being later transferred to Camp Sevier. Member of the
Old  Hickory Division.

#12     James P. Holston
    Private, 153rd Aero Squad. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Holston of
Rogersville. Born 17 Dec 1895. Entered service at Rantoul, Ill.,
sailing  overseas on 31 Jan 1918. Trained Extensively in England and
France in   Pursuit Squadron. Returned home safely and was honorably
discharged on
 28 March 1919.

#13     Eldridge C. Dykes
    First Class private, Fire and Guard. Son of W.R. and R.M. Dykes.
 Born 5 July 1889. Entered service at Camp Hill, Newport News, Va.
Served  with 326th Mounted Guard Co., at Syracuse, N.Y., and several
months at   Camp Hill.

#14     Francis O. Smith
    Corporal, Field Artillery. Son of Lucian and Daisy Poats Smith of
Rogersville. Born 2 Aug. 1898. Entered service at Fort Oglethrope, Ga.,
 later being transferred to Camp Jackson. Was honorably discharged on
10  Jan 1919.

#15     Hobart Cupp
    Private, First Class, Infantry. Sone of Jake and Nealy Cupp of
Rogersville. Entered service at Camp Shelby, Miss. on 5 Aug. 1918
sailing overseas on 5 Oct. 1918.

#16     McKinley Cupp
    Private, First Class, Infantry. Sone of Jake and Nealy Cupp of
Rogersville. Entered service at Camp Shelby, Miss. on 5 Aug. 1918
sailing overseas on 5 Oct. 1918.

#17     Chas. R. Britton
    Private, 117th Infantry. Son of Sam and Louise Britton of
Rogersville. Born 23 July 1889. Entered service at Camp Gordan, Ga., on
21 Sept 1917, sailing overseas on 11 May 1918. Discharged 17 April 1919.

#18     Luther H. Carpenter
    Private, 46th Infantry. Son of Henry and Lindie Carpenter of
Mooresburg. Born 27 Oct. 1895. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on
 8 July 1918, later being transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.

#19     Cyrus W. Floyd
    Private, Infantry. Son of W.L. and R.L. Floyd of St. Clair. Born
 10 Aug 1895. Entered service at Camp Pike on 25 May 1918, sailing
overseas Sept. 1918. Was on duty with the Army of Occupation in Germany.

#20     John H. Morell
    Private, First Class, Medical Corps. Son of R.T. and Sarah Morell
of  St. Clair. Entered service at Camp Gordon Ga., on 24 June 1918.

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service.)

#1      Houston Jeffers
   Corporal, 117th Infantry.  Son of John C. and Martha Jeffers of
Persia. Born 15 Apr 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
   21 Sept 1917. Promoted to first class private, March 1918, and
to       corporal on 15 July 1918. Sailed overseas 11 May 1918.

#2      Joseph G. Tate
   Private, First Class, 117th Infantry. Son of Joseph and Elizabeth
Tate    of Rogersville. Born 15 Feb. 1895. Entered service at Camp
Gordon Ga.,    on 21 Sept. 1917. Sailed overseas 11 May 1918. Engaged in
breaking    Hindenburg line at Bellicourt, Yres Sector and other
points.

#3      Clyde Christian
   Private, Infantry. Son of R.C. and Lizzie Christian of Church
Hill.    Born 12 Nov. 1892. Entered service at Camp Shelby on 15 July
1918,       sailing overseas November 1918.

#4      Joe Mitchell
   First Clas Private, 117th Infantry, 30th Div. Son of Ben and
Katherine    Mitchell of Burem. Born 1893. Entered service at Camp
Gordon Ga., on    21 Sept. 1917. Sailing overseas on 11 May 1918. Went
over the top five    times without a wound.

#5      Gale Davis
   Private, Infantry. Son of R.D. and S.J. Davis of Rogersville. Born
   22 Nov 1892. Was engaged in service overseas.
 
#6      H. L. Mann
   Sergeant, Infantry. Son of D.S. and Ellen Mann. Born 2 Sept 1894.
   Entered service at Camp Jackson, being promoted to sergeant 4
July       1918. Sailed Overseas on 16 Aug. 1918.

#7      Roy E. Gibson
   Sergeant, Q.M.Corps. Son of H.B. Gibson of Persia. Born 1 Nov. 1891.
   Entered service at Camp Gordon Ga., on 9 Oct 1917, later being
transferred to Camp Jackson and Meigs. Promoted to corporal 14 Jan
1918 and to sergeant 5 Feb 1918. Discharged from Q.M.Corps School,
Washington, D.C. on 26 Nov 1918.

#8      Henry Elkins
   Private Infantry. Son of John and Mary Elkins. Entered service at
Richmond, Va. Sailed overseas 5 Aug 1918.

#9      Oscar Dykes
   First Class Private, Medical Corps. Son of H.E. and Mollie Dykes
of      Honey Cutt. Born 25 April 1897. Entered service at Camp Funston.

# 10    James Robert Dykes
   Private First Class, Field Artillery. Son of H.E. and Mollie Dykes
of    Honey Cutt. Born 12 Jan. 1890. Entered service at Fort Sill,
Oklahoma.    Sailed overseas 28 Oct. 1918. Did not enter battle, due to
the signing    of the Armistice.

#11     Clyde O. Hodges
   Private, Machine Gun, Bn. Son of J.T. and Winnie of Persia. Born
   18 Aug 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917,
later being transferred to Camp Jackson. Sailed overseas July 1918.

#12     Silas Price
   Private, Infantry. Son of H.H. and Lina Price of Rogersville. Born
   16 Sept. 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept.
1917,    sailing overseas 16 April 1918. Wounded in action 18 Oct. 1918.

#13     James R. Rogers
   Private, Company C, 45th Infantry. Son of J.T. and Cornealie Rogers
of    Rogersville. Born 1893. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky. on
   8 Jul 1918, later being transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga.

#14     James W. Helton
   Private, Infantry. Son of Allen and Elizabeth Helton of Eidson.
Born    15 Jan 1897. Entered service at Camp Shelby, Miss., on 5 Aug
1918.

#15     Mack T. Jones
   Private, First Class, Infantry. Son of R.T. and Eliza Jones of Lee
Valley. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 Jul 1918.

#16     Luther Greer
   Wagoneer, Infantry Supply. Son of Alex and Rhoda Greer of
Rogersville.
   Born 2 July 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
   29 Sept.1917, going later to Camp Sevier. Sailed overseas on
   11 May 1918, remaining in France until 16 March 1919.

# 17    Tom P. Pearson
   Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Pearson of Lee
Valley.       Born 11 Jan. 1894. Entered service at Camp Jackson, S.C.
on 1 June       1918, sailing overseas 6 Aug 1918.

#18     Campbell Pearson
   Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Pearson of Lee Valley.
   Born 7 Aug 1895. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., 25 May
1918,        sailing overseas on 16 Aug. 1918.

# 19    Robert R. Rowan
   Sergeant, Q.M.Corps. Son of Charles K. and Cornelia B. Rowan. Born
   6 Dec. 1891. Entered service 3 Oct. 1917, at Camp Gordon, Ga., later
   going to Camp Jackson, S.C., and to Joseph E. Johnson, Fla.
Discharged    on 10 May 1919.

#20     Guy V. Simpson
   Private, 45th Infantry. Son of Jesse and Nancy Simpson of Church
Hill.
   Born 6 Feb. 1894. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 July
1918.

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service.)

#1      Noble A. Simpson
     Private, Company C, 318th Machine Gun Battlion. Son of Jesse and
Nancy Simpson of Church Hill. Born 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon,
Ga. on 21 Sept. 1917, sailing for France in Aug. 1918. He was wounded in
action during one of the battles near the close of the war.
#2      Dock Gibson
     Private, Infantry. Son of T.J. and Elizabeth Gibson of Rogersville.
Entered service at Camp Wadsworth on 5 Sept. 1918, sailing for France in
Oct. 1918. He was stationed at Montair, France.

#3      Clarence A. Parker
     Wagoneer, Field Artillery. Son of H.H, and Addie Parker of Church
Hill. Born 26 Feb. 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordan, Ga. on
21 Sept. 1917, later being transferred to Camp Jackson, S.C. He sailed
overseas in August of 1918.
 
#4      Ray E.Parker
     Private, Infantry. Son of H.H. and Addie Parker of Church Hill.
Born 8 Jan. 1892. Entered service at Camp Cody, N.M., sailing overseas
in
June of 1918. Wounded in battle on the Vesle River, 6 August 1918.

#5      Hugh H. Gillenwaters
     Private, Battery E.,312th Field Artillery. Son of I.S. and C.A.
Gillenwaters of Rogersville. Born 25 Oct.1886. Entered service at the
University of Kentucky, Buell, Lexington, Ky, on 6 May 1918 Sailed
overseas on 8 July 1918.
 
#6      Eldridge E. Cope
     Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Cope of Rogersville.
Born 11 Dec. 1898. Entered Carson-Newman College at Jefferson City on
7 Oct 1918.

#7      William O. Price
     Private, Infantry. Son of S.M. and Harriett Price of Rogersville.
Born 31 Dec. 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga. on 21 Sept. 1917,
sailing overseas on 1 May 1918. Wounded in battle of Argonne Forest,
15 Oct. 1918.
 
#8      Orville Guy Gladson
     Private, R.R.Artillery. Son of J.R. and Amis Gladson of
Rogersville. Born 31 Oct. 1891. Entered service at Fort Hamilton, N.Y.,
sailing overseas on 25 June 1918.
 
#9      Patsey Winegar
     Private, Infantry. Son of John and Mary Winegar of Surgoinsville.
Born 1894. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918, sailing
overseas for France on 28 Sept. 1918.

#10     James R. Mowdy
     Private, Infantry. Son of W.F. Mowdy of Rogersville. Born 1893.
Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918.

#11     Max M.Lee
     Mechanic, Infantry. Son of E.J. Lee of Eidson. Born 16 Dec. 1895.
Entered service at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, on
1 July 1918. Sent to hospital at Biltmore, N.C., for an operation, and
later transferred to Camp Forest, Ga.

#12     David V. Cupp
     Private, Battery A., Field artillery. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow
Cupp of Rogersville. Born 21 Oct. 1897. Entered service 25 April 1917,
sailing overseas for France on 21 April 1918. Was in the Army of
Occupation.

#13     William J. Mathis
     Private, Infantry. Son of A.d. and Minerva Mathis of Mooresburg.
Born 9 May 1897. entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 23 Aug. 1918,
serving for eight months there.

#14     George Ray Enix
     Private, Infantry. Son of William H. and Mary Enix of Rogersville.
Born 19 Feb. 1893. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918.

#15     Archie Cinnamon
     Corporal, Machine Gun Battalion. Son of James C. Cinnamon of
Rogersville. Born 1893. Entered service at Camp Sevier, sailing overseas
on 11 May 1918. Won the D.S.C. for putting machine gun nests out of
action; also won the British D.S.M. for the same exploit.

#16     John G. Wagner
     Private, S.A.T.C. Son of William and Delia Wagner of Church Hill.
Born 12 March 1898. Entered Emory and Henry College at Emory, Va. on
31 Oct 1918, being discharged 12 Dec 1918.

#17     Charlie W. Moore
     Private, Infantry. Son of T.C. and Nealy Moore of Mooresburg. Born
25 May 1890. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept. 1917,
sailing overseas on 9 May 1918. Returned from France on 16 Feb. 1919.

#18     William Williams
     Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Williams of
Rogersville. Born 19 May 1894. Entered service at Camp Lewis,
Washington.

#19     Hascue H. Bledsoe
     Private, S.A.T.C. Son of L.C. Bledsoe of Rogersville. Entered
Carson-Newman College at Jefferson City on 14 Oct 1918.

#20     Roy A. Bledsoe
     Private, Infantry. Son of L.C. Bledsoe of Rogersville. Entered
service at some Camp in California, sailing overseas in Dec 1917.
 



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