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DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF THOSE FROM ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES DURING TIMES OF WAR:


WORLD WAR I - THE "GREAT" WAR

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ABERNATHY, Ralph A.
ADERMAN, Edward C.
ANGEL, Everett
ANTOINE, Harold M.
AUBUCHON, Andrew
BELKNAP, Clanie C.
BLACK, William 
BLAYLOCK, Hervy
BOYER, Carl J.
BRADLEY, John L.
BUCHHOLTZ, George
CLAY, Firmin
CONOVER, Charles
COOKSEY, David F.
COWLEY, Nathaniel J.
DANN, Ervin 
DAVIS, Charles F.
EATON, Charley M.
FERGUSON, Earl
FLEMING, Frank 
FRANZ, Charley G.
FRAZIER, Coleman P.
GALLAGHER, William
GRIFFIN, Harry J.
GRUNER, Harry L.
HALE [HAILE], Claude R.
HUMPHREY, Jake
JACKSON, Norman

JONES, Walter J.
KENDALL, William A.
KIRKPATRICK, Richard F.
KNIGHT, John
LePERE, Walter
LEWIS, Elmer C.
MUND, Arnold G.
PARKER, William F.
POLK, Elmer A.
RITTER, Jesse
ROBINSON, Ivan
ROBINSON, James A.
ROGERS, Harry
ROGGERS, William J.
SCOTT, Gus
STEINMETZ, Theodore R.
ST. GEMME, Robert J.
STUART, Jackson
THOMAS, Henry
THOMURE, Clarence J.
TUCKER, Frank
VAN SICKLE, Jesse M.
VAUGHN, Lawrence T.
WELLS, Even P.
YOUNG, Floyd S.
 

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MISSOURI SOLDIERS OF THE GREAT WAR
W. M. Haulsee, F. G. Howe, A. C. Doyle
Soldiers Record Publishing Association
Washington, D.C. [1920]
The purpose of this work was to present a record, complete and accurate, of the American soldiers who lost their lives in Europe in the World War.  There are pictures and data for Missouri soldiers who fought and died in WWI.

 

OTHER LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST:

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) FUNERAL PHOTOS - TWO LOCAL CASUALTIES

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) POEM - A MESSAGE TO TRAITORS, Lead Belt News, March 16, 1917.

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ROLL OF HONOR ENLISTEES, Lead Belt News, May 4, 1917.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) THREE ELVINS BOYS JOIN FIFTH MISSOURI INFANTRY, Lead Belt News, June 15, 1917.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) 879 MEN REGISTER IN FLAT RIVER. COUNTY REGISTRATION TOTALS 3,260, Lead Belt News, June 8, 1917. 


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) 22 FlAT RIVER BOYS IN FIFTH REGIMENT, Lead Belt News, July 27, 1917.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) SEVENTY PER CENT OF MEN EXAMINED FIRST TWO DAYS CLAIM EXEMPTION, Lead Belt News, Aug. 10, 1917
          (article includes long list of names of men who had passed their physicals and been accepted.)


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) FIRST CONTINGENT OF DRAFTEES DEPARTS FROM DELASSUS , Lead Belt News, Sept. 21, 1917. 

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) MILTON TUCKER WINS OFFICER'S COMMISSION,  Lead Belt News, Nov. 30, 1917.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ALL MEN MARRIED SINCE MAY 18, PLACED IN CLASS 1, BY LOCAL BOARD, Lead Belt News, January 25, 1918.
        (article includes names of 51 men examined).


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) CHANGE IN DRAFT RULING PLACES ALL NEWLY WEDS IN CLASS NO. 4
, Lead Belt News,   Feb. 15, 1918
       (includes list of names of men in various classes) 


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) BOYS WILL ENTRAIN AT DELASSUS FOR CAMP FUNSTON NEXT MONDAY
, Lead Belt News,  Feb. 22, 1918
         (article includes long list of names of men called to report for duty).

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) LAST QUOTA OF FIRST DRAFT IS NOW IN CAMP, Lead Belt News, March 8, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ZENO MOSIER & DEWITT WEIBLE WOUNDED IN FRANCE, Lead Belt News, May 17, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ITALIANS CONTRIBUTE TO RED CROSS WAR FUND, Lead Belt News, May 24, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) 146 MEN DEPARTED FOR CAMP DODGE TUESDAY, Lead Belt News, May 31, 1918.

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SEVERAL BOYS ENLIST IN NAVY, Lead Belt News, May 31, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) COMPLETE LIST OF NEW REGISTRANTS, Lead Belt News, June 14, 1918.
     (article contains list of 228 men who has registered for "draft")


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) PERRY COUNTY PRIEST HELD AS DISLOYALIST, Lead Belt News, June 14, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ELVINS CITIZEN FORCED TO SALUTE OLD GLORY, Lead Belt News, July 12, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) JESSE LOVVORN AND WILLIAM ROSENSTENGEL SEVERELY INJURED, Lead Belt News, July 2, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ED. LaMONT - A LETTER FROM FRANCE, Lead Belt News, July 26, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) TWO MORE ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY BOYS HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF THE HUNS , Lead Belt News, Oct. 25, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) LETTERS HOME FROM MILTON AND ELLIS SIMMS, Farmington News, Dec. 27, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) LETTER HOME FROM GENTRY W. KEITH, Farmington News, Dec. 27, 1918.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) DR. WATKINS HOME AFTER TWO YEARS AT THE FRONT, Lead Belt News, Jan. 10, 1919

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) MAJOR HENRY DAVIS WRITES ABOUT GERMAN OUTRAGES, Lead Belt News, Feb. 14, 1919.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) LIEUT. WILLIAM ELLIOTT RETURNS TO FLAT RIVER, Lead Belt News, March 7, 1919.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HOLDS MEMORIAL SERVICES [FOR BOYS OF FLAT RIVER 
        KILLED IN WORLD WAR], Lead Belt News, July 4, 1919.


bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) ELVINS HONOR ROLL, Lead Belt News, Oct. 17, 1919.

bullets_red_7.gif (110 bytes) WORLD WAR I VETERAN KILLED IN AUTO MISHAP, Star News-Register, Feb. 13, 1924.


Last Wounded World War I Veteran Dies at Age 108 (January 7, 2004)

 


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