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With the Colors

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

#1      James Robert Bass
        Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bass
of             Rogersville. Born 19 March 1895. Entered service at Camp
Jackson,        Jacksonville, Florida on 25 May 1918, being later
transferred to         Camp Sevier. Sailed overeas about 1 July 1918.
Received wounds in arm     during engagement with the
Germans.

#2      Nat Lawson
        Private, Machine Gun Battalion,117th Infantry. Son of
George         Lawson of Lee valley. Entered service at Camp Gordon,
Ga.,
    21 Sept.1917, sailing overseas on 11 May 1918.

#3      John E. Bowen
        Sergeant, Am. Tr. Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. N.D. Bowen of
    Rogersville. Born 22 May 1898. Entered service at Fort DuPont,
    1917,sailing overseas in June 1918. Promoted from private to
    corporal in 1917 and to sergeant the following year.

#4      John T. Mauk
        Private, Infantry. Son of F.E. and L.B. Mauk of
Surgoinsville.       Born 2 April 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon,
Ga., on
    21 Sept. 1917, later going to Camp Servier. Sailed overseas on
    10 May 1918, for France. Member of Company I,117th Infantry,
    30th Div.

#5      Joe Campbell Bradshaw
        Private, Infantry. Son of G.H. andMary F. Bradshaw of
Church         Hill. Born 22 Jan.1893. Entered service at Camp Wheeler,
Ga., on
    4 Sept 1918.

#6      John Everhart
        Corporal, Engineers. Son of A.J. Everhart of Persia. Born
1895.      Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 8 Sept. 1917,
sailing
    overseas in July 1918. Served with Company A, 306th Engineers,
81st      Battalion.

#7      Carroll Etter Moree
        Private, Medical Department. Son of George and Lucy Moree of
    Rogersville. Born 10 Jan. 1894. entered service at Camp Gordon,
Ga.,     on 24 June 1918.

#8      Ralph M. Solomon
        Private, A.S.S.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs P.F. Solomon of Bulls
Gap.      Born 16 Dec 1898. Entered service 20 Oct.1917 serving until
    11 March 1919.

#9      Winfield A. Ward
        Private, 101st Engineers, 30th Div. Son of Alvin and Rena Ward
of     Bulls Gap. Born 1896. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
    21 Sept 1917, later going to Camp Sevier, S.C. Sailed overseas on
    26 May 1918.

#10     Charlie A. Rippy
        Private , Infantry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rippy of
    Rogersville. Born 8 July 1896. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth on
    5 Sept. 1918.

#11     Miller Kirkpatrick
        Sergeant, First-Class Aero Corps. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
    Kirkpatrick of Persia.Born 30 Aug. 1892. Entered service at
    Jefferson Barracks, Mo., was transferred to Kellyfield, Texas, and
    to Mineola, N.Y., sailing overseas on 12 Oct. 1917. Attached to the
    106th Areo Replacement Squad.

#12     David Albert Weaver
        Private, Company B, 149th Infantry. Son of C.M.B. and M.E.
Weaver
    of McCloud. Born 16 Oct 1896. Entered service at Camp Shelby,
Ala.,      on 5 Aug 1918, sailing overeas on 29 Sept. 1918. Returning
home on
    24 April 1919.

#13     J.W. Holdway
        Private, Infantry. Son of S.D. and S.C. Holdway of McCloud.
Born     5 June 1889. Entered service at Camp Pikr, Ark.,on 25 May
1918,
    sailing overseas in August 1918.

#14     Oscar McCloud
        Baker, Quarter Master Corps. Son of J.F. and Love McCloud of
    Persia. Born 25 march 1897. Entered service at Camp McClellan and
    was later transferred to Camp Forrest, Ga.

#15     J. Bailey Carter
        Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Joel M. Carter of Persia. Entered
the       University of Tennessee on 14 Oct 1918.

#16     Glenn Greer
        Private, Fifth Pioneer Infantry. Son of J.S. and L.J. Greer
of       Burem. Born 13 Oct. 1896. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth,
S.C. on     22 Oct 1918. Discharged on 18 Dec 1918.

#17     James Mitchell
        Private, Infantry. Son of Ben and Katherine Mitchell of Burem.
    Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on 25 May 1918.

#18     Gains P. Morrison
        Private, Machine Gun Company. Son of H.F. and Ella Morrison of
    Rogersville. Born May 1896. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark. on
    25 May 1918, sailing overseas in June 1918. Soldier in the Army
    of Occupation.

#19     App Woodroe Johnson
        Private, Infantry. Son of M.N. and C.W. Johnson of
Surgoinsville.
    Born 14 Oct 1893. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
    21 Sept 1917.

#20     James I Luster
        Private, Batt. 318th Field Artillery.Son of J.C. and M.E.
Luster     of Persia. Born 10 Nov 1896. Entered service at Camp
Jackson,
    Jacksonville, Fla. on 27 April 1918,sailing overseas in Aug 1918.

Page 44.      (These names now consists of  those who returned from
service.)

#1      Joseph Taylor
        Private, Infantry. Son of Silas and Polly Taylor of Persia. Born
20
Dec. 1892. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 July 1918,
later being Transferred to Camp Sheridan.

#2      Alfred Byington
        Private, Infantry. Son of H.K. and rhoda Byington of
Surgoinsville.
Born Jan. 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,     on 24 May 1918,
serving there for 10 months.

#3      Charlie H. Barrett
        Private, 30th Company, 20th Engineers. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Barrett of Surgoinsville. Born 10 Dec 1888. Entered service at Camp
Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept. 1917, sailing overseas 17 Nov 1917.

#4      Noah Larkins
        Private, First Class, 117th Infantry, 30th Div.Son of Harme and
Sallie Larkins of Church Hill. Born 15 Nov 1888. Entered service at
Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917, being later transferred to Camp
Sevier. Sailed overseas on 10 May 1918.

#5      Ray L. Ramey
        Private , Infantry. Son of Pat H. Ramey of Bulls Gap. Born
    10 Feb. 1895. Entered service at Fort. Thomas, Ky. on 8 July
1918.
#6      Glen M. Bailey
        Private, 117th Infantry, Company C. Son of F.M. and Lou Bailey of
Church Hill. Born 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on
    21 Sept 1917, later being transferred to Camp Sevier. Sailed
overseas     on 11 May 1918, for France.Wounded at the battle of
Sileburke Lake on     23 July 1918, and later being gassed and hit with
Machine gun bullet     on 9 Oct 1918.

#7      Samuel P. Bailey
        Sergeant. Headquarters Company 115th Field Artillery. Son of F.M.
and Lou Bailey of Church Hill. Born 1892. Entered service at Camp
Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917, later being transferred to Camp
Sevier,     S.C. Sailed overseas on 29 May 1918 and was wounded in
battle on
    23 Aug. 1918.

#8      Charlie Hartgrove
        Corporal, Infantry. Son of Peggie Hartgrove of Church Hill.
Entered
service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 9 Sept 1917. sailing overseas     on 19
May 1918. Promoted to Corporal on 23 Aug 1918, and was wounded     in
battle of St.Quinten on 17 Oct 1918.

#9      Samuel Robert Smith
        Private, S.A.T.C. Son of Charles M. Smith of Rogersville. Born
    10 Dec. 1899. Entered Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., on
    31 Oct. 1918.

#10     Rome Richards
        Private, Infantry. Son of J.R. Richards of Burem. Born
    2 March 1891. Entered service at Fort Oglethrope, Ga., on
    13 May 1918, Later going to Camp McClellan, Ala.

#11     Chester C. Lee
        Mechanic Aviation. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Lee of Eidson. Born
    1 Dec. 1889. Entered service at Waco, Texas. Also Serving in camps
at     Brooklyn, N.Y., St. Paul, Minn., and Roanoke, Va. Was motor
tester on     the field.

#12     Cary Lawson
        Private, 314th Machine Gun Company. Son of W.A. and Dinah Lawson
of
Eidson. Born 6 Jan. 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on     22
July 1918, leaving for France about the 15th of Aug. 1918.

#13     H. Clay Vaughn
        Private, Infantry. Son of W.M. and S.A. Vaughn of Eidson. Entered
service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917, later going to Camp
Sevier, S.C. Sailed overseas on 11 May 1918. Left france for the
United States on 17 Mar. 1919.

#14     James L. Hill
        Private, Hospital Corps. Son of D.Y.G. and N.E. Hill of
Rogersville. Born 17 Oct 1898. Sailed overseas on 5 Jult 1918.

#15     H. Clay Davis
        Wagoner, 117th Infantry. Son of C.W. Davis of Rogersville.Born 15
Aug. 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 21 Sept 1917,
sailing overseas on 16 Mar 1918. Engaged in breaking the Hindenburg
line in the Yres sector.

#16     Strum W. Cope
        Sergeant, Company D, 306th Engineers. Son of J.G. and Martha Cope
of Eidson. Born 7 Feb 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga. on
    21 Sept. 1917, later going to Camp Jackson. Sailed overseas on
    21 Aug 1918.

#17     Emery A. Cope
        Private, 312th Feild Artillery. Son of J.G. and Martha Cope of
Eidson. Born 15 Jan 1896. Entered service at the University of
Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.,on 6 May 1918, Sailing overseas on
    12 July 1918.

#18     Tilman Lovin
        Private, Infantry. Son of William Lovin of Mooresburg. Born
    14 Feb 1889. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C. on 5 Sept
1918,     sailing overseas on 30 Sept. 1918.

#19     W. Thurman Christian
        Sergeant, Infantry. Son of David L. and Ellen Bailey Christian of
Church Hill. Born 1893. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on
    7 Sept, 1917, and sailed overseas about May 1918. Had several
narrow     escapes while on the front.

#20     W.S.Walters
        Wagoner, Infantry. Son of B.C. and Lou W. Walters of
Surgoinsville.
Born 15 Nov. 1894. Entered service at Camp Sevier,        S.C., sailing
overseas on 11 May 1918. Promoted to wagoner on
    18 Sept. 1918, and served in that capacity during the war.

Page 46.      (These names now consists of  those who returned from
service.)

#1      Will Smith Woods
        Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. And Mrs. J.C. Woods of Rogersville.
Born 31 Jan 1890. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky.,on 8 July
1918,     being later transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga.

#2      Clinton Ladd
        Private, Infantry. Son of James and Lula Ladd of Surgoinsville.
Born 27 Dec 1895. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on
    25 May 1918, and sailed overseas 18 Aug 1918.

#3      Gale Ladd
        Private, Infantry. Son of James and Lula Ladd of Surgoinsville.
    Born 19 April 1898. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on
    25 May 1918, and sailed overseas 18 Aug 1918.
 
#4      Daniel H. Roark
        Private, Infantry. Son of William and Angline Roark of Persia.
    Entered service at Camp Kearney on 12 July 1917, sailing for
France     on 28 June 1918. Was promoted to First Class private on 19
May 1918.     Was gassed in Verdun sector about 3 Nov. 1918.

#5      June H. Smith
        Private, Infantry. Son of June H. and Ellen M. Smith of
Surgoinsville. Born 10 Feb. 1891. Entered service at Camp Gordon,
Ga., on 21 Sept. 1917, sailing for France on 11 May 1918. Engaged
    in battles in Yres sector, and also at Bellecourt, Estrees
and         Fremont. Was honorably discharged 17 April 1919.
 
#6      Claude Tank Christian
        Sergeant, 321st Batt, 30th Div. Son of Ellen and D.L. Christian
of
Church Hill. Born 8 Sept 1896. Entered service at Camp Shelby,
Miss. on 15 July 1918, Being later transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C.
Sailed overseas.
 
#7      Samuel T. Moser
        Private, Forestry. Son of S.T. Moser of Rogersville. Entered
service in Canadian Expedionary Forces on 11 May 1917, at Edmonton,
sailing overseas on 26 Jun 1917. landed in England 4 July 1917: in
France, 17 Sept. 1917, serving there until 12 Jan 1919. Discharged
in     Canada on 15 March 1919. Second Hawkins County boy to arrive
in         France.
 
#8      Oscar Paul Steele
        Corporal, Machine Gun Batt. Son of R.E. and F.L. Steele of
Rogersville. Born 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on
    21 Sept. 1917.

#9      Grover Cradic
        Private, Company G, 106th Infantry. Son of J.M. Cradic of Church
Hill. Born 1897. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
    24 June 1918, sailing overseas on 24 Aug 1918. was gassed while in
    the Argonne sector on 6 Nov. 1918.

#10     Marion Wininger
        Private, Infantry. Son of Phillip and Emaline Wininger of Church
Hill. Entered service at American Lake, Cal., sailing overseas in
Jan. 1918.
 
#11     Dewitt Clifton
        Private, Infantry. Son of James and Alice Clifton of
Surgoinsville. Born 1896. Entered Service at Camp Shelby, Miss., on
15 July 1918, sailing overseas in October 1918.

#12     Oliver Fields
        Private, Infantry. Son of D.F., and M.J. Fields of Surgoinsville.
    Born 15 Aug 1894. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on
    21 Sept. 1917. Sailed overseas on 10 May 1918. Was in Camp Sevier
    previous to his sailing.

#13     Joseph A. Sensabaugh
        Private, 105th Infantry, 27th Div. Son of J.M. and H.M.
Sensabaugh of Church Hill. Born 3 Dec. 1896. Entered service at Camp
Wadsworth, S.C. on 5 Sept. 1918, sailing overseas on 20 Sept. 1918.
Returned home on 7 April 1919.

#14     Hobert L. Salyer
        Corporal, Company B, 57th Infantry. Son of D.W. and Caroline
Salyer of Church Hill. Born 9 Feb. 1897. Entered service at Camp
Wadsworth, S.C., on 5 Sept. 1918, sailing overseas 1 Oct. 1918.

#15     William Oscar Parker
        Private, 310th Infantry. Son of R.G. and Abagale Parker of Church
Hill. Born 30 Sept. 1897. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C. on
5 Sept 1918, sailing overseas on 1 Oct 1918.

#16     Jesse C. Long
        Private, First Class, 163rd Infantry, 41st Div. Son of J.M. and
Ella Long of Whitesburg. Born 4 Feb 1896. Entered service at Camp
Shelby, Miss., on 15 Sept 1918, sailing overseas on 2 October 1918.

#17     Henry H. Read
        Private, Machine Gun Company, 57th Infantry. Son of F.M. and
Johnnie Read of Russellville. born 16 March 1891. Enteed service at
Camp Pike, Ark., on 24 June 1918.

#18     Raymond A. Read
        Private, First Class Infantry. Son of F.M. and Johnnie Read of
Russellville. Born 20 May 1894. Entered service at Camp sevier,
S.C.,     sailing 10 May 1918. Wounded during the Somme Offensive on
    8 Oct. 1918.

#19     John H. Howe
        Private, M.T.C. Son of Mr. And Mrs. W.B. Howe of Rogersville.
Born 4 Oct. 1896. Entered service at Camp Jackson, Jacksonville,
Fla., on 26 Jun 1918. Did not sail due to the armistice.

#20     M.D.Watterson
        Private, Engineers. Son of Mr. And Mrs. C.C. Watterson of
Surgoinsville. Born 9 Feb 1893. Entered service at Fort Benjamin
Harrison, Ind., sailing overseas on 29 July 1918.
 

Page 48.      (These names now consists of  those who returned from
service.)

#1      Wiley Golden
        Private, Cavalry. Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Golden of Surgoinsville.
    Born 1894. Entered service at Camp Jackson, S.C. on 24 Jun 1918.

#2      Andy King Gulley
        Private, 32nd Div. 126th Infantry. Son of Calvin and Adelia R.
Gulley of Bulls Gap. Born 20 Nov. 1895. Entered service at Camp
Pike,     Ark.

#3      Joe Mitchell
        Private, Machine Gun Batt. Son of Nancy Mitchell of Church Hill.
Born 1898. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on 21 Sept. 1917,
going later to Camp Jackson, S.C. Sailed overseas in June 1918.

#4      Charles O. Sensabaugh
        Private, 107th Infantry 42nd Div. Som of J.M. and H.M. Sensabaugh
of Church Hill. Born 23 May 1893. Entered service at Camp Pike,
Ark.,     on 25 May 1918, sailing overseas on 15 Sept. 1918. Returned
home on
    3 April 1919.

#5      Rhea Benton Culbertson
        Private, S.A.T.C. Son of W.S. and Mollie E. Culbertson of Church
Hill.

#6      McKinley Collin
        Private, Infantry. Son of J.W. and Mary Collin of Lee Valley.
Born
8 Aug. 1896. Entered service at Camp Wadsworth, S.C., on
    5 Sept. 1918, sailing overseas on 20 Sept. 1918. Was in France
for     four months.
 
#7      Walter S. Byrd
        Private, 334th Bakery Company. Son of Luther and Sallie Byrd of
Lee
Valley. Born 23 April 1890. entered service at Newport News, Va.,
sailing overseas on 22 July 1918.
 
#8      Robert Roy Ford
        Private, Field Artillery. Son of Henderson and Elizabeth Ford of
Church Hill. Born 1896. Entered service at Camp Jackson, S.C. on
    27 April 1918, sailing overseas in August of 1918.

#9      Joe Mays
        Private, Medical Corps. Son of Mrs. Jennie Mays of Rogersville.
Born 27 Nov. 1891. Entered service at Camp Wheeler, Ga., on
    4 Sept. 1918, receiving a Honorable discharge on 24 Feb. 1919
after     six months service.

#10     Joseph Gordon
        Private Company F, 45th Infantry. Son of Lee and Leaner Gordon of
Mooresburg. Born 1891. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on
    8 Jul 1918, later being transferred tp Camp Gordon, Ga.

#11     Barton J. Hughes
        Private, Infantry. Son of Neal and Sallie Hughes of Baileyton.
Born
18 May 1894. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark. on 25 May 1918.

#12     Guy H. Dean
        Private, Medical Corps. Son of D.H. and Nerva Dean of Eidson.
Born
25 Sept. 1896. entered service at Fort Riley, Kansas, also     serving
at Camp Cody, New Mexico.

#13     Wiley Corbet Delias
        Private, Company F,118th Infantry. Son of Domic and Polly Delias
of
Rogersville. Born 22 Jan 1895. Entered service at at Camp Pike,
Ark., on 25 May 1918. Sailed overseas on 15 Aug. 1918.

#14     Bob S. Baker
        Private. M.T.C. Son of John and Sallie Baker of Rogersvile. Born
25
May 1896. Entered service at the University of Tennessee,     Knoxville,
on 2 Sept. 1918.

#15     Frank Marion Reed, Jr.
        Private, Infantry. Son of Mr. And Mrs. F.M. Reed of Russellville.
Born 13 June 1892. Entered service at Camp Pike, Ark., on
    25 May 1918, sailing overseas in August 1918. Went over the top
twice     and was on the front when the armistice was signed.

#16     Charlie Hurd
        Sergeant, 318th Infantry, company G. Son of James and Leaner Hurd
of Eidson. Born June 1893. Entered service at Columbus, Ohio, in
    May 1917, sailing overseas shortly after that date.

#17     William Harvey Stapleton
        Private, Infantry. Son of J.M. and Eliza Stapleton of Eidson.
Born
August 1887. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga., on 3 Oct.1917.

#18     Henry C. Ross
        Sergeant, Engineers. Son of C.R. and M.L. Ross of Rogersville.
Born
1892. Entered service at Camp Merritt, N.J., sailing overseas on     15
Dec 1917.

#19     Homer J. Ross
        Corporal, Quarter Masters Corps. Son of C.R. and M.L. Ross of
Rogersville. Born 1895. Entered service at Camp Gordon, Ga.,on
    21 Sept. 1917, later being transferreed to Camp Sevier, S.C., and
    sailed overseas on 11 June 1918.

#20     Jesse Gladson
        Mechanic, 9th H.A.T.Troops. Son of H.S. Gladson of Rogersville.
Born
1891. Entered service at Fort Thomas, Ky., on 8 july 1918, later being
transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.
 
 



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