21 March 1919, World War I, Comanche County, Kansas Hosted by RootsWeb, 
the oldest & largest FREE genealogical site. 
Click here to visit RootsWeb.
COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS: HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Bibliography     Biography     Cemeteries     Churches    Cities & Towns     Clubs     Contributors     Diamond Jubilee    Events     FAQ     Genealogy     Guest Book - Sign     Guest Book - View     History     Links     Maps     News Articles     Newspapers     Opry     Photos     Poetry     Queries     Records     Resources    Satellite Images     Schools     Search     Veterans     HOME
Civil War Veterans   Gravestones of Veterans   Heritage Park Memorial   Home Front   Memorial Rose Garden   Photos of Veterans   Research Sources   Spanish-American War   World War I   World War I Casualties   World War II   World War II Casualties   Undeclared Wars: Korean, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars  

World War I, Comanche County, Kansas


The Western Star, March 21, 1919.

AMONG OUR BOYS.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitaker received word recently that their son, Dr. Wm. O. Whitaker, had arrived from France and would probably receive his discharge within a few weeks. He went to France last August being attached to the Medical Corps.

Among the soldiers who returned home last week were Ralph Tier and Lawrence York. Both had seen active service in France. Lawrence started home on February 12, arrived in New York on February 22, and reached his home in this county on Thursday of last week.

A postal card was received recently by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Richardson, also one by Mrs. Melvin Parcel from a French lady stating that she and her family had been pleased and honored by having for their quest Lynn Richardson, a Comanche-co. soldier boy and expressing the greatest admiration for the American soldiers. Lynn is expected to arrive in some American port soon.

Carl Schenk arrived home on Wednesday from overseas, where he had spent three months in army service. He did not get to the front. While in France he underwent an operation and spent a few weeks in a hospital. His arrival home at this time was a surprise to his parents, as they had received no definite word as to when to expect him home. (SB)


Thanks to Shirley Brier for finding, transcribing and contributing the above news article to this web site!

This RootsWeb website is being created by HTML Guy Jerry Ferrin with the able assistance of many Contributors. Your comments, suggestions and contributions of historical information and photographs to this site are welcome. Please sign the Guest Book. This page was last updated 17 October 2004.