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World War I Veterans, Warren County Ohio
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Warren County, Ohio, World War I Veterans

Thousands of Warren Countians have served their country in the military. I will be happy to add your military veteran to our lists. Email your information, images, etc. to Arne Trelvik
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  • Thomas John Van Dyke (1890-1918) - Private, 5th USMC Regiment, 2nd Division, US Marine Corps, World War I
    • photo of cenotaph at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec. 11 Lot 17-11
    • "Our Honored Dead: In Memory of Whom Memorial Day is Observed," Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, May 30, 1929;
      " Tom Van Dyke was killed in action in the Argonne Forest. His body was never recovered but his mother had erected a stone to his memory in Woodhill Cemetery"
    • American Battle Monuments Commision at
      Thomas J. Van Dyke
      Private, U.S. Marine Corps
      5th USMC Regiment, 2nd Division
      Entered the Service From: Washington
      Date of Death: November 01, 1918
      Wars or Conflicts: World War I
      Buried: Plot E Row 19 Grave 27, Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
      Romagne, France
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  • Charles Leslie Vorhes aka Leslie Vorhes (1896-1972) - Ohio, Corporal, Company E, 147 Infantry, 37 Division, World War I
  • John Lisle Vorhes aka Lisle Vorhes (1894-1958) - Sergeant, Company E, 147 Infantry, 37 Division, World War I
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery with World War I flagholder - Interment #7642 of John Lisle Vorhes in lot 123-3 on 1 Nov 1958
    • Warren County Soldiers of the 147th Infantry, 37th Division, AEF
    • Ohio Military Men 1917-1918 at
      Name: Lisle Vorhes
      Serial Number: 1525506
      Race: W
      Residence: Lebanon, O.
      Enlistment Division: National Guard
      Enlistment Location: Lebanon, O.
      Enlistment Date: 3 Apr 1917
      Birth Place: Tama, IA.
      Assigns Comment: Co E 1 Infantry ONG (Co E 147 Infantry) to Discharge Sergeant 24 May 1917. Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. Wounded In Action severely 28 Sept 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 5 June 1918 to 19 Nov 1918. Honorable discharge 5 April 1919. 50% disabled.
      Volume #: 18
    • "Ralph E. Snook Post No. 186," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, October 16, 1919

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