enlisted as a musician (Cornetist)
in the 14th Field Artillery Band. He died of Tuberculosis. He was
sent home Aug. 10, 1918 where he died.
Army. Brother of Mrs. Ashton Bjorkland says her brother was “of
Sgt. Floyd L. McDuffee,
Army, died 19 Oct 1918 of pneumonia in France
Albert Seth Hodges,
Army, died in France as the result of wounds received in battle
killed 22 Sept 1918, Co. B, 16 U. S. infantry, 4th Brigade, 42nd
Division (Rainbow Division). Charles also served on the Mexican
border in 1916
Ross R. Reid
enlisted in the Army (Co. E, 59th Reg. National Guard), died 19
July 1918 in France, believed to be the Marne;
enlisted in the Army and died at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. I
mention Paul Histed again because the funeral for he and
were held jointly at the Christian Church.
and Charles Barnes
were the first men from Oelwein to be killed in the Great War.
was killed 18 Sept 1918
was killed 22 Sept 1918