WWI Honor Roll
Clinton service men and women who were killed inaction, died of disease, wounds, or accident, or missing.

In 1920, the state’s Department of History and Archives contacted families of Iowa’s World War I casualties and requested biographical information andimagesofloved ones they’d lost. The department received about 2,700 names and photographs of Iowa service men and women who were killed in action, died of disease, wounds, or accident, or missing. Those records are held today in the State Historical Society of Iowa’s Research Center.


Bennett William M. Photo
Biever Albert M. Photo
Bradenburg William J. Photo
Broderson William F. Photo
Busch Edward L. Photo
Butzbach Henry Photo
Calabrese Frank Photo
Carter Harry M. Photo
Christianson (Christiansen) John C. Photo
Claussen Henry Photo
Cook Grant C. Photo
Crampton Fred L. Photo
East Paul G. Photo
Ehrke William J. Photo
Garlock Arthur H. Photo
Graham George Photo
Hagen Henry Photo
Hagensen Oxcel Fred Photo
Hamer William J. Photo
Hansen Holger A. Photo
Hecker Harold Arthur Photo
Hendrix Chester Photo
Henricksen William Photo
Henricksen (Hendricksen) Charles Photo
Hubbart Arnold Maloney Photo
Jeffree Arthur J. Photo
Jones Leroy Fletcher Photo
Kellermann (Kellerman) John Photo
Kendall Rollie Richard Photo
Lewis Frank C. Photo
Liston Clarence S. Photo
Manning Martin No Photo
McAndrews William H. Photo
McDermott Leonard J. Photo
McManus Eugene Photo
Mohr Martin B. Photo
Mueller Louis Photo
Navarauckas Joe Photo
Nissen Alfred Photo
Oak John J. Photo
Olds Lancelot Photo
Peetz Fred G. Photo
Person Arthur Edwin Photo
Peterson Magnus M. Photo
Price Thomas T. Photo
Raun Alfred Photo
Reisinger Charles H. Photo
Salawetz Edward Photo
Schroeder William F. Photo
Scobey William F. Photo
Sensley Henry No Photo
Staples Vernon M. Photo
Stephen Arthur W. Photo
Stuart John Dean Photo
Subcleff (Subcliff) Fred C. Photo
Swift Albert O. Photo
Van Epps Dr. Homer Photo
Van Horn Floyd Marivn Photo
Van Meter Harvey June Photo
Whitney William J. Photo
Wiley Truman Hudson Photo
Williams Solomon Photo
Wright Laverne Photo
Young Rufus A. Photo

Nov. 11, 1922, the American Legion published a list of Clinton County men in the Clinton Herald.  It included the following names that are not on the list above:

Elmer H. Brown
Gustave Carlson
G. F. Frahm
Wilbur S. Langford
William O'Brien
Kenneth Parker
Lewis Profit
Earl Sears
Paul Struve
Fred Tiesse
Mathias Thusen