Burnet County's
Men in
World War I

 

Sources: Primary list from the Burnet Bulletin, 24 Aug 1939; some names were added by researchers.

If you have ancestors who served in WWI, please share information about their units, dates of induction and discharge, rank, battles or campaigns, military duties, stories, letters, etc. Send via e-mail to
JoAnn Myers

or mail to: c/o Herman Brown Free Library, Burnet TX 78611. 

Some Llano men are listed, when found.




NAME
COMMENTS

William H. Adams


W. S. Adams


Henry H. Aldermam


Robert L. Alexander


Robert E. Allday, Burnet,
Private, Company E, 360th Infantry

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 49

Mason R. Allen


J. N. Ashabranner


John A. Askew


W. L. Askew


Arnold Atkison


Willie Augerstein


X. Arnold Bailey


Charlie Ray Baker
b. 28 Nov 1896 on Morgan Creek in Burnet; d. 10 Sept 1996.  Son of Newton Isaac Baker; married Villa Meador in 1919;
served in Navy; from obit, 18 Sept 1996, Burnet Bulletin

Denver Baker


Frank E. Baker


Sam L. Baker


Van E. Baker


Hobart J. Barnett


Orin A. Barnett


Acrey Berry Barton


Charles W. Barton


Wilson Barton, Bertram,
Private, Company C, 360th Infantry

b. 20 Jan 1896, d. 24 May 1962
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 38

Stephen Lee Baugh


William W. Beal


George L. Bear


A. Otis Bedford


John H. Benton


Clarence H. Berry


Marvin B. Berry


Robert M. Berry


Thomas F. Berry


Leeroy Bird


Melvin V. Bird


Dayton M. Birdwell


James A. Birdwell


John V. Black


Reuben Black


William E. Black


Joe A. Blalock


M. H. Blewett


Finis Bogan


Jesse Boggs


Clayton Boggess


Newt W. Boggess


Frank Booker


Earnest A. Bouchard


Henry Bouchard


Raymond Bouchard


E. Boultinghouse


Ray Bowmer


F. V. Brackett


Morris R. Breazeale


Cullen G. Brewster


Marvin M. Brewster


Claude R. Bridges


Brown, Edgar G., Corporal, Company C, Llano
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 37

Simon F. Brown


J. A. Browning


Charles H. Browning


Daniel J. Broyles


George W. Broyles


Bennett Burnham


H. M. Burton


Marvin Lee Butler Sr.
Corporal

son of Columbus A. Butler and Mary Francis Taylor served in the American Expeditionary Forces from 1917 until his honorable discharge in 1919. He was initially at Camp Bowie, TX with Troop E 1st. Cavalry, then served in France at the rank of Corporal with HQ. Co. 132 Field Artillery. Correspondence was received at Christmas 1918 from Camp Coetquidau France. His Troop was part of a large parade in Houston, Texas on April 6, 1919 upon their return from overseas. 

A. L. Carson


Hubert H. Carson


Ira M. Carson


J. B. Chamberlain, 1st Lt, L Company

b. 1892; d. 1943
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page, 83

Rufus Chamberlain


Thos. C. Cheatham


George E. Christian


Walton J. Christian


Sidney S. Clark


James 0. Clements


Edward Clendenen


Emmett P. Coe


Leon Collins


Charles Convicka


Wm. Dotson Corder


H. B. Cotton


Johnnie Covey


Grover B. Cox


Henry G. Cox, Bertram, Private, Company I

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 74

Martin Cox


Nils Oliver Cox


Paul W. Cox


Samuel R. Cox


Walter Cox


Clarence E. Craddock
2nd Lt, Artillery, served in France

photo from nephew, Paul Kerr, Feb. 2006

Elmer Craddock


T. D. Craddock


Aaron Crenwelge, Corporal, Company C,  Llano
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", p. 37

Elex E. Croft


Guy B. Croft


Gordon Croom


John W. Crow, Burnet, Corporal, Company C

b. 17 Sept 1893; d. 4 Aug 1973
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", p. 37

Linwood C. Cullen


Charles D. Culton


N. B. Culton


Floyd Cureton


Thos. E. Darragh

b. at Granite Mountain, Texas, 30 July 1899; d. 19 Dec 1918 at Chelsea, Massachusetts Hospital
28 Company, US Naval Radio School

Thomas Darrah, Jr.


Claud Daugherty


Ephriam M. Davis


Glen 0. Davis


Isaac Davis


Jack Davis, Spicewood,
Private, Company I, 360th Infantry

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 74

Jesse G. Davis


John M. Davis


M. E. Davis


Troy L. Davis


Willie W. Davis


Earnest Dedecker


Curtis Dennis


Rodney L. DeSpain


Charles H. Dickens


James Dixon


John L. Dixon


Harvey W. Dodd


Marshall E. Dodd


Jesse Dolling


Ealy B. Dorbandt


L. Ballard Dorbandt


V. C. Dorbandt


John G. Dotson


S. C. Douglas


James T. Duke


Conley Dunaway


Webster J. Dunaway

added by Ann Bowman, <rbowman3 @ satx.rr.com>, May 2004

Earnest E. Eaves


Servis Eden


Scott Edman


A.H.F. Ellebracht


Edwin R. Ellebracht


Felix Ellebracht


H. E. Ellebracht


Marshall S. Elliott


Joe Erwin


Cecil Everett


James W. Everett


Rhubert Ewing


James F. Fagan


Lafayette Fagan


Joseph E. Faith


Thos. H. Farquhar


B. B. Faubion


Homer G. Feild


Gilbert S. Ferris


Otis H. Fisher


Earl N. Foulds


Edison E. Fowler


Eli S. Fowler


Francis B. Fowler


Gus P. Fowler


Ruby C. Fox


Fred Francis


Paul L. Frank


Claud Frisbie


Otto J. Frank


James Fry


Jesse Fry


John L. Fry


Lloyd Fry


William P. Fry


Harold L. Furley


Oscar W. Furley


C. N. Galloway


Harold H. Galloway


W. C. Galloway, Jr.


Jesse J. Gentle


John L. Gibbs


Vert P. Gibbs


Alvert C. Giesecke


Walter J. Giesecke


Milam J. Gilcrease


Clarence Gillium


Theodore A. Glimp


Raleigh D. Glimp

- served with Company B of the Forty-fifth (45th) Infantry. Discharged as a Private with honorable discharge 3 Feb 1919. Stationed at Camp Gordon, GA. Hermann Ellabracht, another Burnet county WWI veteran, was a friend and inducted at the same time. Contributed by daughter, Loisteen Glimp Kearney, Nov 2000.

Wayne Glimp


W. H. Glimp


Tillman H. Glover, Lometa
Company D
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 43

William B. Goodloe


James Goodson


Grover C. Goodwin


George L. Gordon


Clarence F. Goss


Ross H. Graves


Gustavus H. Green


Raleigh Greer


Vernon H. Greer


Walter E. Gregg


John Lonzo Griff


David B. Griffin


Fritz W. Guenther


Harry H. Haile

contributed by Thomas Hester, <secocreek[at]swtexas[dot]net>, Feb 2007.  Name spelled Hale.

Raymond Haile

born 25 Oct 1889, served as a private in 25 Co. 165 Depot Brig. He married Olga Ricketson and they had one son, Ray. Raymond Haile died 15 Nov 1967 in Burnet. He is buried in the Burnet Cemetery. contributed by JoAnn Hopper <JHopper494@AOL.com>, May 2001 

George Hall


Jesse Lee Hall


Raymond M. Hall


Eddie L. Hallmark


Vonnie U. Hallmark


Robert R. Hamilton


T. J. Hamilton


W. H. Hammond


E. J. Harrington


Rap H. Harrell


George C. Harwood


Earnest L. Hasty


Ed. P. Hays


Grady W. Hays


Joe R. L. Hays


Robert E. Hays


Jack Hearne


James R. Heffner


Henry Heine


C. R. Henderson


Alvin Hendrix


Binyon C. Hendrix


Chester Hendrix


Emanuel Hernandez


Miguel Hernandez


Severino Hernandez


George C. Hester


John Carl Hester


R. H. Hester


Tom Herridge


Decatur Hibler


Francis A. Hibler


Temple L. Hibler


John L. Hicks


Alvin E. Hill


Bernice Hill


P. 0. Hill


Roy E. Hill


Walter H. Hill


W. I. Hill


Lucius S. Hine


Clyde J. Holden


Ira M. Holden


Conrad Holland


Henry E. Holland


D. Hollingsworth


Charles W. Holman


J. M. Holstein


Lee Hooker


Dwight W. Hooper


Bivv C. Hoover


Loraine H. Hoover


Roland C. Hoppe


William F. Houston


Clint Howell

(James Clint Howell), son of Asa William Howell and Mary Elizabeth Warner; b. Feb 1896, married Pearl Farmer. 

Personal info above submitted by
Linda Lane, <thelanegang.or [at] verizon.net>, Jan 06

Theodore J. Howell,
Cpl, 141st  Infantry, 36th Division

(Theodore Jesse Howell), son of Robert Theodore Howell and Lillie Mable Warner; b. 8 Sep 1894; d. 9 Oct 1918 in France.

The father of Robert and Asa was Theordore Freelen Howell and is the great great grandfather of the submitter, Linda Lane,
<thelanegang.or [at] verizon.net>, Jan 06.

W. M. Huddleston


Dee Huff


Elmer E. Huff


Henry L. Huggins


John W. Huggins


Ottice Huggins


Seldon Hunn


James Lloyd Hutto


William E. Hutto, Lake Victor, Corporal, Company D

b. 31 Oct 1891; d. 14 May 1975
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 43

Noble Jackson


John Jackson


Rufus M. Jackson


S. C. Jackson


Charles Jahn


Wade H. James


Calvin Jennings


James W. Jennings


John A. Jennings


A. R. Johnson, Jr.


Arthur L. Johnston


Eastland Johnson


Ross Johnson


Corbett L. Joiner


William Jordon


Harvey Keele, Spicewood,
Private, Company B

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 33

James M. Keele


Liemon Keele


Aubrey R. Kelley


Charles C. Kenan


Milton Kenan


Aubrey B. Kennedy


Carl S. Kennedy


Earl Kennedy


Hoover King


Martin D. J. King


Allen Kinkead


Carl E. Kirby, Lometa
Private, Company D, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page, 45

Barton Kirk


N. G. Kirk


Robert E. Kirk


Robert L. Kirk


David B. Kleen


Alva S. Kirkpatrick


Floyd Kolb


Walter Kolp


Cliffton D. Krause


Clyde E. Lacy


Edwin W. Lacy


Roy D. Lacy


Rufus L. Lacy


Wilkes B. Lacy


Charlie Landers


John N. Landon


W.A. Landtroop


A. P. Lehman


Walter Olive Lester


Ozzie Lewis


Ralph Lewis


Reuben E. Lewis


Rudolph E. Lewis


Wesley Lewis


Ira Leon Ligon


R.Lewis Livingston


W.N. Livingston


Clyde Lyda


David R. Lynn


Isom Lynn


Wm. M. Magill


Nance D. Mallett


Raynor E. Mallett


Ester Oliver Mallin


Joe Mantez


James G. Martin


Clarence B. Marx


John A. Marx


Lorenzo Massey, Bertram,
Private, Company D, 360th Infantry

b. 1 Jan 1893; d. 14 Dec 1986
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page, 45

____ Maxwell


Chas. W. McAlister


Robert M. McAlister


Marion M. McAnally


A. G. D. McCarty


Ira McClish


George H. McCoy


Lewis M. McCoy, Lake Victor,
Private, Company D, 360th Infantry

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 45

Rufus J. McFarland


Jim H. McFarlin


Albert E. McGehee


John H. McGehee


Thos. E. McGehee


W. W. McGehee


Arthur L. McGinty


Andrew F. McInish


E. C. Mezger


Carl W. Miller, Llano,
Corporal, Company C
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 37

Wade H. Miller


Barney Minton


C. P. Mitchell


Roy L. Mitcheltree


D.M. Montgomery


D.A. Montgomery


Andrew H. Matern


Albert B. Moore


Doyle Olive Moore


Earl Moore


Earnest D. Moore


W. N. Moreland


Arthur R. Morgan


Lloyd S. Morgan


Dayton Moses, Jr.


Harry B. Moses


G. C. Nagiller


Otho Carl Naumann


William R. Neal, Lometa,
Corporal, Company D, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page, 43

Paul Newsom


Earnest C. Newton, Burnet,
Corporal, Company C, 360th Infantry

b. 12 July 1895; d. 31 Oct 1921
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 37

Marshall B. Newton


Noble Newton


Raymond Newton


James P. Nicholson


James Ary Noble


Benton M. Northington, Lampasas
Corporal, Company D, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 43

Charley Roy Oakley


Albert Oestreich, Castell
BuglerCompany C, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 38

John O'Donnell


Dan P. Olney


Fred E. Pabst


Raymond Pabst


Joe L. Pangle


George F. Parker


Noah V. Parker


Walter Parks


Larkin S. Parsons


August Charles Paul


John L. Peacock


John R. Perciville


Ollie R. Perkins


Charles H. Phillips


Herbert S. Phillips


Thomas G. Phinney


Robert H. Pogue


John H. Pogue


Walton C. Poor


Calvin Pope


Joy Powell


William L. Powell


Worth Powell


Elisha Price


Charles D. Ramsdell


Eugene C. Ramsdell


William Ramsdell


George Ryan Ramsower


Cleburne Rathman


Lee Rathman


Forest Ratliff


John L. Raven


Albert Ray


Elbert Ray


Ily Herbert Reavis


John W. Rees


Grover H. Reynolds


Glen R. Riddell


James O. Riggs


John R. Riggs


Rufus E. Riggs


Benj. Thos. Roach


James B. Roberts


Jesse 0. Roberts


John L. Roberts


Ralph Rodgers


Murray Rodgers


Mack Rodriguez


Frank Rogers


James A. Root


William L. Roper


Mallia Ross


Furman J. Rowney


Jesse L. Russell


Roy Russell


Jas. A. G. Sampson


Charles W. Savage


Samuel Earl Sawyer


Charles Schnabel


Carl Schneider, Castell
Private, Company C, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 38

C. W. Schooley


John Melvin Scott


Marvin Scott


S. F. Shaw


Ed W. Sherrard


Walter V. Shilling


C. S. Shipp


S. Simpson


Ludlow S. Skaggs


James N. Smith


James W. Smith


John T. Smith


Lloyd S. Smith


Raymond Smith


Robert S. Smith


Norman Sparlin


J.H. Stapp, Jr.


A.S.J. Steele, Jr.


Cecil E. Stewart


Floyd V. Stewart


Marshall A. Stiles


W. J. Summers


Willie R. Swinney


A. C. Tanksley


Alfred C. Tate


Charles Jenkins Taylor
Navy - on ship USS Annapolis. Entered Navy 1917 and was discharged sometime in early 1919. 
Personal info and photo submitted by
Ann Nelson, <Namosm [at] aol.com>, June 2006

Arry J. Taylor


Q. C. Taylor


Wilford V. Taylor, Marble Falls,
Corporal, Company D, 360th Infantry

Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 43

Thomas P. Terry, Lampasas
Sergeant, Company D, 360th Infantry
Photo, "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry Texas Brigade, 1918", page 43

Will Terry


Garland I. Thomas


Wm. T. Thompson


W.F. Thornton


W.W. Threadgill


Morley B. Tittle


Sidney L. Tittle


Edgar V. Traweek


Enos Tucker


Rufus Tucker


0. Tullis


Obie U. Tumlinson


George M. Turner


John W. Turner


Everett M. Vann


Robert B. Vann


Noah Varner


Walter Veazy


Josiah Wadkins


Alvin Wagenfuhr


Herman Wagenfuhr


Albert Waggoner


Joseph H. Walderon


William 0. Walker


Wm. T. Wallace


Ben F. Warden, Jr.


Ealy C. Watson


Willis Thos. Watson


Jesse James Weeks


Joe C. West


Robert N. Whitman


Wm. L. Whitman


Orla Whitney


Luther Whitt


Walter Whitt


Burton Wiley


John A. Willbern


Archie Dee William


Fred Williams


Jesse C. Williams


Roley H. Williams


Thos. M. Williams


Wm. M. Williams


J.P.H. Williamson

- died 12 Sept 1918 on fields of France 6 miles south of Verdun in the decisive St. Mihiel Offensive contributed by Merrell Davis <2nightowls @ cox.net>, March 2003

George W. Willman


H. McCall Wilson


Joe Wilson


Villard Wilson


Dan C. Wingren


Orville Wingren


Ray Wingren

- Served with the 90th Division from July 1918 to July 1919.  Attained the rank of Major.

Omar Wolf


James R. Wood


John M. Wood


H. 0. Wright


James W. Wright


Ornie E. Wykes


C. D. Yarborough


Marion Yett


Seth N. Yonnie


Willis D. Young


Jas. G. Zimmerman



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