More Iowa Boys Who Died in WWI
from The Price of Our Heritage, In memory of the Heroic Dead of the 168th Infantry
by Winfred E. Robb, 1919, Published at Des Moines, Iowa by American Lithographing and Printing Co.
submitted by Constance Diamond

Henry Dailey
Private, Company I
Died July 17, 1918.
Private Dailey was wounded on July 14th by shrapnel. Born in Burlington, Iowa, September 23, 1891. Son of Mrs. A. K. Dailey, Burlington, Iowa.
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Michael Houchin
Private, Company I
Missing June 16, 1918.
Son of Mrs. Mary Strode, Burlington, Iowa. Private Houchin was a member of the patrol, which went out into No Man's Land to recover the body of a comrade, and as yet, we have; no official report as to his death or burial. Several of the men were caught in a trap, but received no definite word of Private Houchin.
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Carl H. Jarvis
Private, Company I
Died July 28, 1918.
Killed at Chateau Thierry salient. Buried at Jouy Sur Marne, Sem et Marne. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Jarvis, Burlington, Iowa. Private Jarvis was wounded in the fight for Hill 212 and died the same day. He had served with the Second Infantry on the Mexican Border. Born at Muscatine, Iowa, June 18, 1895. #302330.
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Charles M. McCord
Corporal, Company I
Died March 11, 1918
Died at Camp Hospital No. 24 at Langres, France of meningitis. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCord, Burlington, Iowa. Corporal McCord went to France with the company and was taken sick while the regiment was receiving its preliminary training at Morder, France. He was a capable squad leader and, had; he lived, would, no doubt, have given a good account of himself in battle.
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Walter F. Meyer
Private Company I
Died September 12, 1918
Died at Evacuation Hospital 14. Up to the time of his death Private Meyer was with the regiment in all their engagements. In the attack on the St. Mihiel salient, while acting as a platoon runner he was mortally wounded by a German machine gun bullet. While; lying wounded he seemed to realize that his time had come for he shook hands with some of his friends and said, "My time has come, boys, get a Bosche for me." He was well liked by all and as a soldier he performed his duties in a true and efficient manner. Relative's address, Winnie Hoff, Burlington, Iowa. #101936.
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Evald M. Rodin
Corporal Company I
Killed October 18, 1918
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rodin, Burlington, Iowa. Corporal Rodin was killed by artillery fire on Cote de Chatillon. He was a member of the First Platoon and had charge of a rifle squad. No one could question his ability as a non-commissioned officer and his work was always more than satisfactory. Born June 14, 1897. #101949.
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Louis H. Wenieke
Corporal Company I
Killed July 28, 1918
Killed at Chateau Thierry. Buried in Grave No. 3, 800 meters east of Church, Department of Carte Taride. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wenieke, Burlington, Iowa. Corporal Wenieke was corporal of an automatic squad from the time the regiment came to France. During the drive at Chateau Thierry he performed valuable service and directed his men with skill. His gunner was killed and he took the gun in the advance on Hill 212, and while advancing was hit by machine gun bullets and instantly killed. #101773.
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